Getting started with Quantum:

Getting started with Quantum:Richard Feynman put it in memorable words: “Nature isn’t classical, dammit, and if you want to make a simulation of nature, you’d better make it quantum mechanical, and by golly it’s a wonderful problem, because it doesn’t look so easy.” But much progress has been made since 1981, when Feynman delivered his seminal lecture ‘Simulating Physics with Computers’. And today there is a global race towards Quantum dominance, Quantum Supremacy having been demonstrated by Google, a few years ago.“They%20are%20taking%20the%20race,a%20quantum%20advantage%20by%202030.India’s past contribution to Quantum is well known and acknowledged. Half the quantum particles are called Bosons, named after Satyen Bose. And CV Raman was awarded the Physics Nobel Prize in 1930 for his discovery of the Quantum phenomenon named the Raman Effect. Link to documentary on the Quantum Indians YouTube : willing to rest on her past laurels, here is a video about the recent National Quantum Mission: are the 4 thematic hubs (T-Hubs) to be set up in top academic and National R&D institutes on the domains of Quantum Technology: Quantum Computation, Quantum Communication, Quantum Sensing & Metrology and Quantum Materials & Devices.We need a QuantumReady workforce to benefit from this opportunity. Initiate your journey to the Quantum World, through the very popular messaging app Whatsapp. And for this I have created 4 weekend programs so that over a month every person who is curious about Quantum can be stimulated to begin the journey to become a member of the community of aspiring Quantum Professionals, and in due course become member of a Quantum ready global workforce. These weekend courses are designed to be of appeal to motivated and aspiring  learners who are at the Secondary stage (classes 9 to 12) of their School years, as formulated in the NEP 2020 ( ) and NCF 2023 ( are the links to know more details about the above 4 weekend programs:QLW1: Why learn Quantum ? Quantum Computing and Communication : Quantum Sensors, Quantum materials and Quantum Devices:  quantum-devices/QLW4: Quantum Biology: can use the month of November to get familiar with the Quantum World by pursuing QLW1 during its first weekend on November 4th and 5th, pursuing QLW2 during the 2nd weekend on November 11th and 12th, pursuing QLW3 during the 3rd weekend on November 18th and 19th QLW4in the 4th  weekend on November 25th and 26th.

Further information can be had  by sending a WhatsApp message to Prof MM Pant at +919810073724 

About mmpant

Prof. M.M.Pant has a Ph.D in Computational Physics, along with a Professional Law Degree, and has been a practitioner in the fields of Law, IT enabled education and IT implementation. Drawing upon his experience in world class international institutions and having taught in various modes of Face-to-Face, Distance Learning and Technology Enhanced Training, Prof. Pant is now exploring the nature of institutions which will be successors to the IITs, which represented the 1960s, IIMs, which represented the 1970 and Open Universities which were the rage of 1980s & 90s. He believes that the convergence between various media and technologies would fundamentally alter the way learning would be created, packaged, and delivered to learners. His current activities are all directed toward actual implementation of these new age educational initiatives that transform education in the post Internet post WTO era.. Prof. Pant, has been a Former Pro-Vice Chancellor, Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU) and has been on the faculty of IIT – Kanpur (the premier Engineering institution in India), MLNR Engineering College and Faculty & Visiting Professor - University of Western Ontario-Canada. He has been visiting scientist to research centers in Italy, England, Germany & Sweden and has delivered international lectures with about 80 papers published. During his association of almost 15 years with the IGNOU, Prof. Pant has served as the Director Computing and has been the Member of All Bodies (i.e. School boards, Academic council, Planning board, Finance committee and the Board of management). With his interest in Law, backed with practice of Law in a High Court, and his basic training in Science and IT, Prof. Pant has been particularly interested in the Cyber Law, Patent & trade mark issues, Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) issues etc. and has been involved with many activities, conferences on “Law & IT” Prof. Pant is presently; • Advisor to Media Lab Asia - Chairman of working group on ICT for Education, chairman of PRSG handling projects on ICT for education. • Lead Consultant for an ADB funded project for ICT in Basic Education in Uzbekistan • Member of the drafting Group for India’s National Policy on ICT in education • Chairman of the group creating books for class 11 and 12 students on ‘Computers and Communication Technology’ appointed by the NCERT • Preparing a ‘Theme Paper” for the NCTE in the area of ICT and Teacher Training • Advisor and mentor to several leading Indian and Multi-national Companies in the area of education. Prof. Pant has in the recent past been ; • Member – Board of Management – I I T, Delhi for 6 years (two consecutive terms) • One-man committee to create the Project Report & Legislation for Delhi IT-enabled Open University • Advisor to the Delhi Government on Asian Network of Major Cities Project (ANMC-21) distance learning project in association with Tokyo Metropolitan Government. • Chairman Board of Studies, All India Management Association With his mission to create and implement new business opportunities in the area of e-learning & learning facilitation, Prof. Pant has promoted Planet EDU Pvt. Ltd., as its Founder & Chairman, along with a team of highly experienced and skilled professionals from Education & Training, Operations, IT and Finance.
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