Tuesday, August 13, 2013

Back to my blogs


Thanks God after long absence I am back to my blogs.

Wednesday, October 10, 2012

Sorting out Physics from quackery

Sorting out Physics from quackery M. Shah Jahan Bhatti Shahjahan.bhatti@gmail.com +92 03219604217 Meta Physics allowed quackery to dominate jobs in the field of Physics. Space Sciences and Nanotechnology has changed Physics as it was understood before 21st century. New tools of explorations have modified language of modern Physics. Most of the past concepts and theories were approximations. Plasma took a flight from nuclear laboratories to universal heights. Therefore it’s important that curriculum of Physics be divided between classical Physics and modern Physics. Classical Physics dealt with very small local units of time and space. Space Sciences and Nanotechnology require specific considerations. It is right time we consider rewriting Physics. Space science has provided us with better understanding of nature and the laws that govern it.

Memoirs

Memoirs M. Shahjahan Bhatti Sunday, September 23, 2012 Childhood: Among five brothers and two sisters I was the fifth child. Everybody including my neighborhood believed I was a kind of genius. Outwardly I felt pleasure but feared I was not. I had to work hard to get first position in every class. My teacher liked me. All boys wanted me as a friend but only sons of influential people came closer to me. Abdul Latif , Jalilurrehman Qureshi and Saadat Ali used to visit me on bikes during evening time. Shakil and Qaiser were among them. My childhood was absolutely delightful. I enjoyed reading newspapers and books from libraries. Peshawar University: After my school days where I was always at the top, I joined local college. I liked Math and Physics but friends of my eldest brother wanted me to join pre medical classes. I studied Zoology and Botany with English and Urdu. Hardcore Communists flooded the college. When I was in class 8 I wrote US embassy at Karachi to help me find pen pals in America. It helped me improve my English. Patricia Kaslyn from New Jersey and Linda Sexton from New York were my new pen pals. It gave me a lot of pleasure to read their letters. To day I realize this was the biggest blunder of my life. Government agencies projected me as an American agent. All roads to my success were closed. Many a time I met physical assaults. I remained cool because I knew nothing about what was going on around me. Through Taher Sherani and Bashir I made friendship with Jehanzeb, son of local police boss. Taher got admission in Polytechnic and Jehanzeb joined Islamia College in Peshawar University. Though I was a merit scholarship holder at the college but I was not happy with the quality of education. Jehanzeb promised help so one night I left Dera Ismail Khan and came to Peshawar. I stayed at a hotel for few days. Jehanzeb helped me get admission in Islamia College and stay at Osmania Hostel. Abu Hantash was my roommate. He was a Palestinian. Once he got sick in the middle of the night. I didn’t know Arabic. He spoke some English. I informed Musarat Hussain, the Warden. He asked me to take him to Dr. Awal Khan who after checking gave him 2 Aspirin tablets. Hantash cried over this cheap treatment but soon got well. Zia urrehman and Aurangzeb became my good friends. One evening I was reading Thomas Hardy in Botanical Gardens under the window of my room. The principal of the college appeared from nowhere and spoke to me in Pashtu. He asked me if I could read Thomas Hardy. I told him that I have read writers like Dickens, Virginia Wolf and D.H. Lawrence. He was impressed and wanted me to come to his office next day. Sahib Zada Zubair asked me if I had any problem in the school. I told him about hostel dues, he called Shrin, the accountant and my dues were wiped out. He phoned Dr. Qyum of Philosophy Department to give me an hour lecture of Philosophy every day. Saint Helen’s School Azmat Islam challenged me to join his school. I liked him as a handsome and intelligent boy. He was studying in 7th class in the school. I accepted the challenge and appeared before Father Rev. John Klover. By first day in a senior most class girls and boys was very encouraging. I was given subjects like English, Biology and General knowledge. My students loved me as a hero. From 1980 to 1985 I enjoyed status of an honored teacher. I had very pleasant relations with Father. Once I asked him to build a new school. He was worried about fianc├ęs I told him that money is in the brain. He laughed and wanted me raise a loan of 3 million rupees for a start. I said okay and visited Ummer Farooq for this loan. He agreed. We started the project and contract was given to an ex student Shahzaman of Chirat. With consultations with Father I ordered printing of Lottery Tickets. Dutch Embassy, Saudi Royal family and provincial government financed it. I supported Free world against Ex- Soviet Union in Afghanistan. I feel proud to Teaching staff was at war with each other. Rasheed Khan Laghari resigned from school and informed me that in your absence Father speak against me. This frustrated me and I asked Father J. Klover to give me a certificate of performance. He said I couldn’t quit. I was furious. I met his friend Dr. Kalamuddin and told him the story. He promised to help. Father John Klover gave me a certificate with good remarks. In my house there was no proper place for me. Therefore I launched Students Counselor near John’s Hotel. .

Sunday, March 29, 2009

Spring in my city


In my sister's house flowers are blooming and spreading fragrance.

Saturday, January 3, 2009

Profile

M. Shahjahan Bhatti

Inside Imam Gate, Dera Ismail Khan City.

Ph. # 03219604217.

E-mail: Shahjahan.bhatti@gmail.com

Education isn’t how much you have committed to memory, or even how much you know. It’s being able to differentiate between what you know and what you don’t----------Anatoly France (1844-1924)

Academics

1- Studied Biology and Chemistry up to B.Sc. level at Degree College Dera Ismail Khan.(1968-1971)

2- Studied English and Philosophy at Islamia College Peshawar (1971-1972)

3- Studied Linguistics, Phonetics and English Literature at Peshawar University(1972-1974)

Experience

1- Remained senior staff member of Saint Helen’s School for five years, teaching English, Biology, Chemistry and General Knowledge (1980 - 1985).

2- Worked as a teacher of Science subjects at Marjan Public School and College Islamabad for five years (1988 – 1993)

3- Served Sacred Hall Islamabad as Principal and Warden (1996 – 2000).

Language proficiency

Excellent communication skills in English and Urdu.

Acquiring language proficiency in Persian and Arabic.

Areas of Expertise

English Language and Literature

Computer Literacy

Biology and Chemistry

Social Studies and General Knowledge

Classroom psychology

Belief

That mature and constructive teaching approach and effective working relationship between staff, students and parents are crucial to responsive student attitudes. Successful learning environment, addressing the needs of students and following the rules and regulations of school leads to quality education which is a thought-provoking desire of our community.

Tuesday, November 18, 2008

ONE DAY WORKSHOP ON INTEGRATED SOIL AND WATER RESOURCE MAN AGEMENT IN CRBC AREA

ONE DAY WORKSHOP ON INTEGRATED SOIL AND WATER RESOURCE MANAGEMENT
On October 11 2008 Higher Education Commission and Agricultural Faculty of Gomal University arranged one day workshop on integrated soil and water resource management. SDAWP participated in it. and emphasized on the use of technology to achieve the aim. 50% silt, 50% sand and 20% clay is ideal composition of soil. Heavy machinery can create this composition. Modification of existing design of CRBC along NWFP can help improve yield per acre.

One Day Workshop on Integrated Siol and Water in Gomal University on


One Day Workshop on Integrated Soil and Water Resource Management in CRBC Command Area at Gomal University was held on October 11 2008. Speaking on the issue Chairman SDAWP emphasized on the significance of scientific means to achieve positive results. Heavy earth moving machinery to change the composition of soil to 50% sand, 50% silt and 29%clay and modifying CRBC structure along NWFP will increase yield per acre.