|Dr. RAMESH KUMAR MENARIA
|Where there is will, there is way!!!
Let me say you about myself:
My full name
is Dr.Ramesh Kumar Menaria. I am living in Udaipur, city of lakes and fountains, in Rajasthan, INDIA. I have been working
as a lecturer in Chemistry in the department of chemistry, Government College, Banswara, India
for the last 15 years. My area of specialization is Inorganic Chemistry.
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is my favorite subject of research. I don't believe in law of conservation of energy. In my opinion, the law on which
whole edifice of science rests is false. The basis of my belief is my long researches on history of law of conservation of
energy, on perpetual motion machines and on the life and work of councilor Orffyreus, an unfortunate German inventor, who
had truly invented perpetual motion machine in the year 1712 at Gera in Germany.In his life time Orffyreus built up several
"self moving wheels”, it was under the patronage of Count Karl of Hesse-Cassel that Orffyreus built his last and largest
wheel in the year 1717 at Wessenstein. To have a thorough examination of his machine, Count Karl brought in a distinguished
body of investigators. The entire committee expressed the opinion that there was no fraud involved in the operation of the
wheel. The wheel measuring 12 feet in diameter and 1.5 feet in width moved for nearly 45 days in a sealed room without a stop!!!
This undoubtedly proves that perpetual motion is possible!!!
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Hobbies and Interests
I have immense interest in perpetual motion. I love
to build up perpetual motion machines and strongly hope that I would succeed some day.I dream for the free energy and only
perpetual motion machines can end the energy crisis.If you too are interested in perpetual motion,I would be happy to share
with you my views. I am also interested in Philosophy of science and Indian philosophy.
Friends and Family
My parents are living in Udaipur city.India, I
am unmarried and wish to remain forever. I have two sisters, Shanta and Kanta ,both living in Udaipur with their husband and
children. Puran, Madhusoodan, M.L.Dangar, Nirbhay Goswami and Professor K.S.Dindore are my close friends. I am vegetarian
and teetotaler. Professor D.N.Purohit, former Vice-Chancellor, MDS University, Ajmer is my GURU. Prof.A.K.Goswami and Prof.R.S.Chauhan at Dept. of Chemistry,Sukhadia University, Udaipur are my research
What a job!
A Greener Approach to Chemical Education
The department of chemistry, Post Graduate
College, Banswara, India is actively engaged in Green Chemistry researches. Our mission is to promote the chemical endeavor,
both in advancing the science itself, and also improving the public's perception of chemistry. Our involvement with Green
Chemistry allows us to do both things at once!
are thinking about the environmental, health and safety consequences of the products our industries are designing and using.
They are learning to consider the benefits of pollution prevention, design less-hazardous materials, and reduce waste. The
result will be a cleaner chemical industry that is more profitable. The department is working on a number of inventions products
that help explain the fundamental ideas of green chemistry, while at the same time providing materials that can be used with
students. Especially, Dr. Ramesh Menaria has been working in the field of alternative energy to provide ultimate solution
to energy crisis and pollution to safeguard the environment.
As a team, we are continuing to work on new green chemistry projects. We
currently are in process of developing a web-based interactive teaching module on the Green Chemistry and Phtochemistry. The
module is designed for use in general chemistry courses to reinforce Green chemistry
concepts, while emphasizing the application of chemistry to real-world issues.
The module provides an opportunity to balance
scientific information alongside economic and environmental considerations. Activities within the module focus on the decision-making
process, and promote critical thinking, teamwork and communication among students. If you would like to learn more about this
new online module, or are interested in field with your students, contact Dr. Ramesh Menaria at 91-02962-241724
Here's a list of doctoral theses that have done over the past few years on education in green chemistry, photochemistry and other
fields. In past, the most of the work has been done at department of chemistry, College of Science, Sukhadia University, and
presently also GCB, DEPARTMENT OF CHEMISTRY is actively engaged in part, in cooperation
with the Chemistry Department, College of science, Sukhadia University and with financial support from the UNIVERSITY GRANTS
COMMISSION,NEW DELHI .