How 24 hours passes in a day?

Can we able to calculate every minute in a day? Not ruthlessly, but more often in a proper schedules.

How we are simply passing the time in a day?

The above particular question is very important. We would definitely say, this year 2021 gonna we superb year. But if we follow most of our time every day in a certain way to learn and explore. That would be great.

Why am I writing this content?

Almost 3 months over in 2021, what is the oath?

What are the resolutions we took this year?

What is the progress and results so far over the last 3 months?

Why some days are good (allocating 24 hours in a good and productive manner) or some aren’t?

So how can we make our progress and results better by taking advantage of our 24 hours in a day?

You could see in my earlier blog posts, I keep on saying every day is important and every minute is too important. Sometimes, we could probably waste couple of minutes or even an hour also. That’s quite okay.

How far we are more conscious about 24 hours in a day?

It is not simply to run along the time. Let’s know, from our schedules.

What is going on in our watch while we see?

Let’s watch our time and let’s see.

If we are really good and productive with time, there could be no regret when we are lying in our bed at every night. We can probably close our eyes and sleep well.

I could define allocating time in three ways:

1. Wasting the time with no impact on the work.

2. Investing the time with something good ways, but it wasn’t related to your work. That’s good too.

3. Following the strict schedules in our related work. No matter what. Too good.  

Are we consistent with our time on every day?

So far, I started realising, proper time management with consistency brings great results.

Let’s count the time (spending and wasting).

With respect.


Wishing you all, from this day 20th of March will be your happiest day and happiest year too.

I understood that, happiness is our choice. Today, from this moment, if you choose/wish to be happy. Just be happy. Nobody, not even a single living creature cannot make you sad.

It is totally up to you. If your mind and heart choosing be happy. Nothing will gonna upset you. Unless, you sabotage yourself. I think, this is the common rule. It took me 27 years to understand this common rule. Thank you almighty, at least, I understood now.

More often, I said to myself “no matter what, be happy”.

“Whatever it is, be happy”

“Be happy for no reason”.

There are some of the most relevant and moreover recognizable quotes by Buddha for happiness,

Mind is the master, so let’s train our mind to see learning curve and happiness in every situation.

Today is my birthday. My 27th birthday.

Sorry to say but, I wonder how I was born in March 20 (International Day of Happiness) sounds paradoxical. But anyway, I must stop wondering paradoxically from today onwards. I should be happy to live my live wisely and peacefully with a wider learning curve and altruistic mindset.

Quite wisely speaking, “life always gives us an opportunity to live, learn and deliver”. Let’s do it.

Respected readers,

Please correct me, if I am wrong. Success required in life that’s it, not ruthlessly required. Failures are the most valuable lessons in our life.

Whether success or failure, be happy. Nothing will gonna upset us. Do not let your success and failures to ruin your happiness and peace.

I think, every human has an inner/deeper heart, the place where the happiness and peace stays. Let’s keep our happiness and peace in that particular place. Never let any situation to affect that place.

Let’s proceed our life with happiness.

With respect.



Some of the source links I would like to leave to my readers. I would sincerely encourage you all to visit the links, read and research further. I started knowing the value of sleep. Quite honestly, I valued sleep lot more than ever now-a-days.

Usually, I won’t sleep most of the whole nights. Then I understand why sleep is important and how my body started reacting right now without sleep. I am sure, a year before I won’t sleep properly because notoriously sleep isn’t in my priority lists. Flexibly, I won’t sleep whole night. I hold a strong attitude by saying to myself.

  1. I am not gonna sleep because I wanna write and a bit more research required too.
  2. I am not gonna sleep because tomorrow is my marathon. What if I cannot wake up? Everything will be ruined.
  3. I am not gonna sleep because I need to prepare for my exams.

These are the honest reasons, I blindly rejected and not giving priority to sleep. When my body and mind started reacting so badly. I understood may be total lack of sleep was the factor. My mom sincerely advised me sleep well. With hesitation, I suddenly said “ok”. Then I tried. But I could not follow every day.

Finally, I started reading a book Why We Sleep by an author Matthew Walker. I started reading right now. Half of the book was completed. Thank god. I picked up as early.


With respect.


Sometimes, life hits harder than ever before.

Tolerating the hard moment is fine too. But if we are unaware of “what to do next”. The disastrous moment could be even more.

To fight, we should foremost, move out from that particular place and think, think and think.

  1. What’s next?
  2. What are my plans?
  3. What’s my plan-B?
  4. What’s wrong with me?
  5. What’s my progress and results?
  6. How can I learn more to fight this particular situation?
  7. What I am learning from this experience?
  8. How can I avoid in future?
  9. How can I reach my destination even though my path is gets changed?
  10. How can I convey this situation to my mentors/my well-wishers?

These are all some of the questions, that are supposed to be answered for our development.

The reality is, I think, there could be someone who share your pain and motivate you to move forward.

Sometimes, you must learn to rise. Because people may not come for you.

So it is your life. If you aren’t brave enough to proceed further. That’s the real problem in your life.

Do not lose yourself.

Still, good things await.

Life isn’t over yet. Life often gives us problems, we must be ready to solve. I think, if we are ready, half of the problem would be solved. We must show eagerness to fight with our problems.

Two rules to fight with our problems in our life.

Rule no: 1 – Don’t be lazy.

Rule no: 2 – Do not hesitate.

Whether you decided to live a peaceful life or settle down in your professional carrier, no matter what.

It is up to you.

We could able to view, every problem is an opportunity for us to prove ourselves.

With respect.


Quite successfully, my blog is marching a-head into 3rd year.  

I couldn’t believe at all in the last two years what was happened in my blogging journey. Enormous mistakes I had made.

Consistency is one of the most apt word for my blog and just one more I could say with humility choosing something new content every day. Maybe I could write or I could share an article and more often pictures.

It’s been a tough fight within myself to write every day. Sometimes chaotic or good. But I would like to write. I do have something to say every day. Holding a strong purpose, I started my blog.

My next plan, It’s been more than a year, I said my in blog. I would like to write an academic paper once in every week. I was preparing and preparing. Still, my rhythm wasn’t good to start. Precisely, focusing on APA and MLA styles in writing and reading academic papers and how they written in a format/manner. Some of my contents are ready to write. I am still looking into a bit more intensive research. There is nothing wrong to start right now and allowing yourself to make mistakes and then learn from it.

In my side, still I have to give extreme push for preparation. Then I will write.

I am deliberately approaching and practicing of doing podcast in my blog.

My sole purpose,

I started preparing to teach in my podcast. Over the last 3 years, I started preparing and writing exams to qualify for teaching profession. That’s my sole purpose. So, through podcast might be twice or thrice in every week. I decided to teach. I’m make sure, rather than reading what I wrote. Something more explanation I could deliver.

I do have vision in my podcast. I did a clear pep talk within myself.

I decided, I do have very few subjects to teach. I cannot say, I am adequate enough to be good at subjects to teach right now. It will take some time to do those stuff. That’s the reason. I am still giving time to train myself to gain certain communication skills with very good preparation on subjects.

When it comes to teaching, you have to have a very good amount of fundamental knowledge in subjects that you would like to teach.

I am not blindly or arrogantly making a statement. Only a teacher has to teach.  

I noticed people in and around. Every human has a knowledge on something to teach including myself. But if you are decided to make a career in teaching. You need more skills, training required and you need to qualify by writing exams in specific subject or few more. PhD required too.

My short term goal is to write;

  1. Academic paper (Once in every week).

My medium term goal is to do;

  • Do a podcast and teach the subjects you know.

My long term goal is to;

  • “Write more”. “Read more simultaneously”.   

Respected readers,

Finally, I would like change the timings of my blog to post. Most probably in the morning or evening. Every day I am writing in the midnight according to IST (India Standard Time). I will definitely confirm you all.

With respect.


Quite mind-boggling and lot of goose bump moments while watching the movie The Imitation Game.

Alan Turing , in full Alan Mathison Turing, (born June 23, 1912, London, England—died June 7, 1954, Wilmslow, Cheshire), British mathematician and logician, who made major contributions to mathematics, cryptanalysis, logic, philosophy, and mathematical biology and also to the new areas later named computer science, cognitive science, artificial intelligence, and artificial life.

The moment the movie got over, I started searching documentaries and started finding books too. Precisely, Alan’s curiosity on building a machine and decrypting enigma code seems too interesting in the movie.

It was really special experience to watch this movie. I won’t simply watch a movie or reading stuff for entertainment purpose. Something has to impact me. Not purely based on motivation. Of course, there should be a motivation. Along with that, particular character/scenes/words/statements/books are the one that drives humans in an impactful way or in a professional manner.

I would sincerely encourage the readers to watch this movie.

Here are the quotes and insights from Alan Turing.

One more interesting article, I found which is from, 8 things you don’t know about Alan Turing.

1. He was an Olympic-level runner.

2. He embodied some values of the Hippie movement.

3. He got bad grades and frustrated his teachers.

3. He got bad grades and frustrated his teachers.

5. He developed a new field of biology out of his fascination with daisies.

6. He stuttered when talking.

7. He didn’t keep his sexuality a secret among friends.

8. He refused to let a punishment of chemical castration stop him from working.


With respect.

VALUABLE LESSONS: Geoffrey E. Hinton the Godfather of AI.

Over the last two years, my curiosity and misunderstandings in AI Artificial Intelligence was skyrocketing. I was such a beginner to read passionately about data and AI. More often, I misunderstood. But still looking for books, research papers to read and videos on AI documentaries and experts lectures too. I watched a video from Bloomberg Quicktake YouTube channel by Bloomberg Businessweek’s Ashlee Vance meets the “Godfather of AI”. I downloaded it. It is still my YouTube offline video. This is the moment where I started going quite a bit deeper on professor Hinton’s work and visiting his website and started reading some of the materials and watching lectures. So far I could see more on professor lectures on Neural Network and Deep Learning.

Professor Hinton got his PhD on Artificial Intelligence in University  of  Edinburgh 1978.

If readers look at his website, you can see more academic work or if you look at his Wikipedia these are his fields; Machine Learning, Neural Network, Artificial Intelligence, Cognitive Science, Object Recognition.

So here, I searched professor Hinton’s views on AI, Deep Learning and few more through pictures. Please have a look.

I would sincerely encourage you all to visit the links down below.


With respect.


In the initial times, when I started learning about data and data science, I am still in chaos regarding what is dataset.

Sometimes, it hard to go through the dataset or researching about dataset. More often, still clarity is missing. I started looking and searching and started applying and applied once in R programming language. I struggled and paused in the midst. But, still I have mind-set and curiosity to learn.

Very few questions, I started asking myself.

How to understand the dataset?

How to clean it?

How to go through large dataset?

How the dataset been formed/created?

How to identify the pitfalls and major mistakes?

I completely misunderstood. A dataset supposed to be only in Microsoft Excel format. I was completely wrong.

A dataset could be images, videos and even more precisely in Excel CSV and XLSX too.

Please correct me, if I am wrong, downloading, cleaning and sometimes manipulating, mining datasets and forming the appropriate algorithms (for example, Machine learning algorithms) with predictive analytics “the output will be derived.

So, here are some of the concept of dataset and let’s have a look and download some of the most common datasets.

What is a dataset?

A dataset, or data set, is simply a collection of data.

The simplest and most common format for datasets you’ll find online is a spreadsheet or CSV format — a single file organized as a table of rows and columns. But some datasets will be stored in other formats, and they don’t have to be just one file. Sometimes a dataset may be a zip file or folder containing multiple data tables with related data.

A data set consists of roughly two components. The two components are rows and columns. Additionally, a key feature of a data set is that it is organized so that each row contains one observation.

How are datasets created?

Different datasets are created in different ways. In this post, you’ll find links to sources with all kinds of datasets. Some of them will be machine-generated data. Some will be data that’s been collected via surveys. Some may be data that’s recorded from human observations. Some may be data that’s been scraped from websites or pulled via APIs.

Whenever you’re working with a dataset, it’s important to consider: how was this dataset created? Where does the data come from? Don’t jump right into the analysis; take the time to first understand the data you are working with.

Creating a Dataset

It’s easy to create a dataset on Kaggle and doing so is a great way to start a data science portfolio, share reproducible research, or work with collaborators on a project for work or school. You have the option to create private datasets to work solo or with invited collaborators or publish a dataset publicly to Kaggle for anyone to view, download, and analyze.

Types of Datasets

Kaggle supports a variety of dataset publication formats, but we strongly encourage dataset publishers to share their data in an accessible, non-proprietary format if possible. Not only are open, accessible data formats better supported on the platform, they are also easier to work with for more people regardless of their tools.

This page describes the file formats that we recommend using when sharing data on Kaggle Datasets. Plus, learn why and how to make less well-supported file types as accessible as possible to the data science community.

7 public data sets you can analyze for free right now.

1. Google Trends.

2. National Climatic Data Center.

3. Global Health Observatory data.


5. Earthdata.

6. Amazon Web Services Open Data Registry.

7. Pew Internet.


With respect.


If we wanna succeed, we should understand how failures are occurring and we must realize, “the more you fail, the more often you fail in the initial point of progress, the more you are willing to make a progress, even though you are failing, you will gonna succeed as soon as possible.

In order to get vivid in our progress, we should learn to fail faster.

If you jump and make a move as much as faster, our learning curve becomes deeper and wider. Or if you are slow in making progress and approaching shortcuts for success or just only having mind-set for success and you easily think, there is no room for failures.

I think, that is not okay. Because, the lessons from failures are far more different experiences than success.

Success is ultimately secondary.

Respected readers,

Please correct me, if I am wrong, success might give us the pleasure or a momentum. But failures are the most important one in our every progress. Primarily failures occurs and finally success comes.

Just allow yourself to fail faster and be volunteer to failures.

Please don’t mistake me, if you ready attain failures, each and every day your progress of doing work will becomes much stronger than ever. Even more, if you started swallowing the failures, your “attitude” becomes far stronger than ever.

Sorry, please correct me, if I am wrong or paraphrased. I read a quote by saying,

“Failures are the part of success”.

Failures seems inevitable in our progress and entire life. Rather than simply accepting the failures from your progress. March-A-Head towards failures.

Why am I saying March-A-Head towards it?

I am paraphrasing again, the more we get engaged in our progress and more attain failures, the more we are willing to learn from our progress in our failure road. Our progress will gets polished. We, definitely gonna fell that our progress will becomes stronger and stronger.

If we are hesitating from our initial progress or scared about results and feeling like “what if, if I cannot succeed? Oh, almighty, I couldn’t accept the failure any more. Why can’t I succeed? Unfortunately, our progress could not be fully sculptured. Our success could be delayed.

Sounds great, every human has a fabulous mind-set towards in the first step. Please, do not directly aim for success, be deliberate and fast in our progress and ready to accept the failures more and more.

I am consciously talking about failures and the lessons it will give us.

Nothing to worry to success will be there in our life.

“Fail faster and faster and attain success earlier”.

With respect.