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Basic Fundamentals of Perpetual Motion
The Suppression of Inventor and Crucifixion of Perpetual Motion
The Mystery of Dynamic Universe:
Truth of Perpetual Motion and Limitations of Science, Exploring Ancient Wisdom
Flaws, Fallacies and Follies in Name of Science, Where Science Went Wrong?
The Story of Mans Hunt For Free Motive Power and Energy Perpetual Motion Retold
Perpetual Motion Retold From Discovery to Innovation. Part II
Councilor Orffyreus. Forgotten Inventor of Perpetual Motion
The Law of Conservation Of Energy A Long Stride on a Wrong Path Part I
The Law of Conservation Of Energy: A Long Stride on a Wrong Path, Part II
Free Energy Revolution, A Brief History of Free Energy
A Treatise on Design of Gravity Perpetual Motion
Energy From Nothing Perpetual Motion Bridges Science Technology and Religion
How Did It Happen? A Brief Story of My Journey of Perpetual Motion
The Loud Cry of A Perpetual Motionist. Is He a Crackpot or genius?
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Dr.Ramesh Kumar Menaria
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Lecturer in Chemistry,Government College,Banswara,India

Name&Surname:  Ramesh Menaria
 
Date of Birth:        February 10, 1958.

Title:   Dr. Lecturer. R.E.S.

Department of Higher Education,

Government of Rajasthan, Jaipur. India

 

Current Position : Lecturer in Chemistry

Selection grade (Equivalent to Associate Professor)

Government Post Graduate College,

Banswara, 327001.

Room no. Chem-3

 

Address:

Lecturer in Chemistry,

Government Post Graduate College,

Banswara,327001   INDIA

Tel (91) 02962- 241724

Mobile (91) 9414102824

Permannent Residence :

18, Tagore Nagar, Sector - 4

Udaipur, 313001, INDIA

Objective:

Recognition of Perpetual Motion in main stream science. To expose truth of perpetual motion and falsity of law of conservation of energy. To find a fulfilling career that makes the best use of my skills.

  • EDUCATION

Major Field Inorganic Chemistry

 

Degrees Conferred:

Ph.D.        1994,   Department of Chemistry, Sukhadia University,Udaipur
M. Ed.**  1985, Vidyabhavan T.T.College, Rajasthan University, Udaipur
B.Ed.**    1984, Vidyabhavan T.T.College, Rajasthan University, Udaipur
M.Sc.*     1980,  Department of Chemistry, Sukhadia University, Udaipur

B.Sc.*      1977, College of Science,  Sukhadia University, Udaipur

** First Division and Merit holder in Rajathan University

 

* Consistent First Division at every academic level (from KG to PG)     

  • PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE:

       TEACHING & RESEARCH

  • 17 Years -Teaching Post Graduate and Under Graduate Classes.

Undergraduate Courses

  • Inorganic chemistry – 1 CH- 101
  • Organic Chemistry- 1 CH - 102
  • Physical Chemistry – 1 CH – 103 
  • Laboratory Course - 1 CH – 104
  • Coordination Chemistry- 2 CH 201
  • Laboratory Course – 1 CH - 204
  • Coordination Chemistry –3 CH- 301

Post Graduate Courses

  • Inorganic Chemistry -I CH – 401
  • Analytical Chemistry – 4 CH 404
  • Computing in Chemistry- 4 CH 405 b
  • Inorganic Chemistry - II Ch 501

  • Academic Positions

 

16/8/1992-present

  Lecturer in Chemistry, Department of Chemistry, Government Post Graduate College, Banswara 327001   India

16/8/1989-15/8/1992

Teacher Research fellow Department of Chemistry.

College of Science, Sukhadia University,Udaipur, India

17/11/1994    
 
Title:  
 
Awarded Ph.D. in Inorganic Chemistry

 

Hydroxytriazenes in Spectrophotometric and Complexometric determination of Lanthanum(III)

From Department of Chemistry, College of science, Sukhadia University,Udaipur

7/1986-8/1989

 Lecturer in Chemistry, Department of Chemistry,  Government Post Graduate College, Banswara 327001   India.

 

 1986 – 87 - Honorary Lecturer in Education : Bhartiya Vidya Bhawan Teachers training College, Banswara, 327001, India

Present Position

 Lecturer in Chemistry, Selection Grade, Department of Chemistry,  Government Post Graduate College, Banswara 327001   India.

        AWARDS

        Young Scientist state level award by SIERT ( 1974)

        Best Scholar Award ( 1985 )

        Teacher Research Fellowship ( 1989 – 1992 )

PROJECTS UNDERTAKEN 

The Nobel Laureates in Chemistry

It coveres biographical sketches of Nobel Prize Winners in Chemistry from 1900 to 2004. I began it it 1982.

The History of Classification of Elements (1982)

The Beacons of Chemistry (1982 )

This is an art work by me comprising sketches of 150 eminent chemists.

             M.Ed.  Project: (1985)

    

The objective was to survey chemistry laboratory facilities in chemistry departments of Udaipur city   and assist them to  realize goals of chemistry curriculum.

  •  REFRESHER COURSES IN CHEMISTRY 

Refresher Courses
Dates
Subject
Venue
22/08/94 to 10/09/94
Radiation & Photochemistry
Department of Chemistry, Rajasthan University, Jaipur
2 07/03/96 to 26/03/96
Chemical Sciences

Department of Chemistry, Jai Narain Vyas University, Jodhpur.

02/07/01 to 1/07/01
Recent trends in Chemistry

Department of Chemistry, Jai Narain Vyas University, Jodhpur, India.

07/11/02 to 27/11/02
Chemical Sciences

Department of Chemistry  M.D.S. University, Ajmer, India

  • RESEARCH WORK CARRIED

Reagents for  Spectrophotometric methods for determination of lanthanum (III): A Review
Spectrophotometic determination of lanthanum with 3-hydroxy-1,3-diphenyltriazene

3-hydroxy-3-pheny-1-p-carboxyphenyltriazene: A new reagent for Spectrophotometic determination of lanthanum

Direct Spectrophotometic determination of lanthanum with 3-hydroxy-3-p-tolyl-1-0-carboxyphenyltriazene

Spectrophotometic determination of lanthanum with 3-hydroxy-3-phenyl-1-p-sulphonato(Na-salt)phenyltriazene

3-hydroxy-3-p-tolyl-1-p-sulphonato(Na-salt)phenyltriazene: A new reagent for Spectrophotometic determination of lanthanum
Spectrophotometic determination of lanthanum with 3-hydroxy-3-phenyl-1-o-hydroxyphenyltriazene

3-hydroxy-3-p- tolyl-1-o-hydroxyphenyltriazene: A new reagent for Spectrophotometic determination of lanthanum 

Spectrophotometic determination of lanthanum with 3-hydroxy-3-phenyl-1-o-nitrophenyltriazene
Spectrophotometic determination of lanthanum with 3-hydroxy-3-ethy-1-o-nitrophenyltriazene
Complexometric determination of lanthanum with 3-hydroxy-1,3-diphenyltriazene
3-hydroxy-3-pheny-1-p-carboxyphenyltriazene: A new reagent for Complexometric determination of lanthanum

Complexometric determination of lanthanum with 3-hydroxy-3-p-tolyl-1-0-carboxyphenyltriazene

Complexometric determination of lanthanum with 3-hydroxy-3-phenyl-1-p-sulphonato(Na-salt)phenyltriazene

3-hydroxy-3-p-tolyl-1-p-sulphonato(Na-salt)phenyltriazene: A new reagent for Complexometric determination of lanthanum

Complexometric determination of lanthanum with 3-hydroxy-3-phenyl-1-o-hydroxyphenyltriazene

3-hydroxy-3-p- tolyl-1-o-hydroxyphenyltriazene: A new reagent for Complexometric determination of lanthanum

Complexometric determination of lanthanum with 3-hydroxy-3-phenyl-1-o-nitrophenyltriazene

Complexometric determination of lanthanum with 3-hydroxy-3-ethy-1-o-nitrophenyltriazene

        SEMINARS:

        Hydroxytriazenes as chelating agents

        Phase transfer catalysis : a strong tool for Organic synthesis

        Metalloproteins and Metalloenzymes

        Biological Redox  Reactions

        Chemical Toxicity and detoxification

        Metal clusters

        Recent advances in Polarography

        Conventional Sweeteners and high intensity, Natual and artificial sweeteners.

        Research controversies: should I drink milk or not? 

 

  • Research Team

 

GURU: Professor D.N.Purohit, Former Vice chancellor M.D.S.University, Ajmer, India

 

Dr. A.K.Goswami, Associate professor Department of Chemistry, Sukhadia University

 

Dr.R.S.Chauhan, Associate professor Department of Chemistry, Sukhadia University

 

Dr. Rekha Dashora, Associate professor Department of Chemistry, Sukhadia University

 

Dr. Anita, Associate professor Department of Chemistry, Sukhadia University

 

Dr. Manoj Chhangani, Lecturer in Chemistry, Meera Girls College

Udaipur, Sukhadia University 

COMPUTING 

        Certificate in Computing – 2002 Indira Gandhi National Open University, New Delhi

        Nodal Officer, Computing. Government Post Graduate College, Banswara 327001, India

  • MAJOR SUBJECTS OF INTEREST
  • Green Chemistry Website:http://ramesh-menariya.tripod.com/id7.html
  • Hydroxytriazenes as chelating agents in analytical chemistry  
  •  Synthesis and insecticidal studies of hydroxytriazens  
  •  Hydroxytriazenes as indicators in determination of transition metal ions  
  •  Complexometric determination of lanthanides  
  •  Laws of Thermodynamics 
  •       History of Law of Conservation Energy
  • Perpetual Motion  Website: http://ramesh-menariya.tripod.com/
  • Computer Applications (Certificate in Computing 12/07/2002 from Indira Gandhi   National   Open University, New Delhi)

  • LEISURE  TIME  ACTIVITIES 
  • Oil Painting   See Web Page:  
  • http://ramesh-menariya.tripod.com/id5.html
  • Perpetual Motion Designs: See pictures on my Home Page:
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Hopefully, you will agree with my views that you will find in the pages of my EEC series of books but I am also equally aware that you may not agree with me on certain points discussed in these volumes. Before arriving at any definite conclusions to anything published in these books, I shall advise you to do your own research & contribute your own unique creative insights. My views and thoughts contained in these books are mostly anti scientific establishment, non-dogmatic. They contain explorations of ideas largely found in Eastern ancient Wisdom like Vedas etc, as well as my own creative ideas with freedom of thought. According to doctrine of “Syadvada” in Jainism, no truth is final, therefore, never bound yourself to saying this is the only truth. Truth is always plural and that which is plural is not the “absolute truth”!

Dr. Ramesh Menaria's entire EEC series of books with 18 titles fills up more than 7000 pages. Contents and page numbers of EEC series of books are subject to minor changes as all the 18 manuscripts are being edited and reedited until they finally get published by Deva publishers.

NB: This site will go on line long before all possible topics have been treated; please forgive me if you seek information on a given topic and I have no information there yet.

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