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Hey, I am Raja Vikrant Sharma a student of BCA -2 at GGDSD College, Panjab University. I am fond of wildlife photography and recently got my two clicks published in the newspaper.

Presently i am interning at a Website Development Company as a backend developer.

I have developed an educational site named BCAHUB which is one year old and getting a traffic of 3500 page views per month. Now i am working for my YouTube channel Bcahub and TechBuzz . Less words , more actions...this is the dictum that I kept in my mind as I stepped into the campus of one of the most renowned college of my city, SD college. Like every novice I was too gripped by the anxiety on the first day of my college. The enthusiastic ambience of the college somehow proved a blessing for me.

As the days progressed I could see the difficulties my classmates had to incur in academics because of the total unawareness of certain subjects. And it is from here that an idea emerged in my mind which slowly started taking a shape. I planned to create a blog where I decided to provide students with previous year papers so that they can at least get an idea of the important things they might be asked in exams. But it was not as easy as I thought, I had to surf a lot to look for the previous year's question papers. But despite of my incessant efforts I couldn't find them anywhere rather I was bit astonished as I couldn't even locate sufficient material in pertinence to my subject , that is, BCA.
One day as I was strolling around the canteen I saw a gang of boys asking the students to vote for them. It was then I asked one of my seniors to provide me with previous year papers. He assured me that he would help me provided that I vote for his political party. I promised him my vote and the next day he was there with the papers. I got them scanned and then started publishing it on my blog which I named as BCA HUB.
Gradually, the followers of the blog increased and there was a tremendous response from the students of my field. The blog turned as a great help for the students who couldn't be regular to the college because of so XYZreason. It turned out to be a helping hand for the foreign students who incurred problems in the classrooms because of the language barriers. I started updating students of the latest things happening in the classroom and of the syllabus. I started writing syllabus, notes, career advice, making helpful videos,procedures for paying fees.

AIM of your blog - To empower students

Quote - By giving people the power to share, we're making the world more transparent

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  1. Keep it up buddy, many more benchmarks are yet to come....

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