Monday, November 28, 2016

How To Gain Success Early In Your Career?

The poet and musician Willie Nelson once said,’’ “The early bird gets the worm, but the second mouse gets the cheese.’’ This signifies whatever you do you have to do it at once before anybody else.  It’s a world of competition. An innovation is named after the person who invented it, not who modified it. Similarly to achieve success in early of your career one has to work really hard to achieve his/her goal. With the professional tag in your career you are willingly or unwillingly become another rat of the race. It’s a hard and competitive world. In every form of education you get to see preeminence of technology. For instance from finding schools/colleges and other institutions to have free online guide on career students and their parents are cinched on the leading educational portals to run faster in the contest. Again there is no assurance your choice of practice will set you ahead of your rivals.

An everyday habit can bring the difference. It will compliment your hard work so well that it will be seen in your success ratings. There are few tips to achieve early success in your career. Let’s have a brief discuss on this-

Be regular and bankable- Make yourself indispensable in your surroundings. Let them realize that only you are the one who can deliver and fulfill their requirement. Especially when it’s come to your boss, make him sense that you are the most dependable candidate around.

Your work is your singularity- Let your work scream louder than your voice. Success will give you a call instantly. People will be really surprised with your performance.

Acquire more than being verbal- Earlier people says that the more your blabber the more you do loose talk which could lighten your importance and overall personality. Whereas listening to others will enrich your possession. Enhance your value so that people wait to listen to you.

Always be focus on your target- Everybody has a fixed goal to be reached. But before make your goal permanent, identifying goal is the most important task before getting into the track. Remember, the journey is really long one firstly you have to segregate the course into small pieces so that small blocks easily could be filled up. Calculate each day’s progress.

Communicate to dissolve barriers- Before confronting people you should always know the ideal way to communicate. Debating and arguing complicates issues, thus you should have clear conscience to sort things out. Building connectivity leads you ahead of the game.

Build your contacts- You have to build up sources in your professional field. You have no idea whom you would need when in the course of life. Enhance your personality so that people will feel enthusiastic in working with you.

Hit the opportunity before others- Always be passionate about your work. Do the work in a unique way that no one else can do like you. Identify the opportunity and use it in way that you will be remembered by your singularity.

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Wednesday, November 9, 2016

And The War Is On- Modi Vs The Black Money Market Of India

PM Modi came up with a dramatic announcement on November 8 which left the entire nation on its toes. The announcement of demonetization of 500 and 1000 notes from the entire money circulation has been made to assault the currency corruption or the so called black money market. These notes have been declared as invalid and also been advised to deposit local bank or post office in order to have the same amount money in exchange. This exchange is nationally valid from November 10th to December 30th 2016. These notes cannot be used for any transactions. New series of 500 and 2000 notes will be released on coming Friday.

Modi’s speech in nutshell-

• Notes of Rs 500 and Rs 1000 will not be  counted as legal transactions from November 9,2016.
• All the existing 500 and 1000 notes are just like piece of papers
• New notes of Rs 500 and Rs 2,000 would be released and circulated from November 10/11th
• ATMs will not work on November 9th and 10th
• People can exchange these notes from banks and post offices until December 30th, 2016.
• Under any circumstances if people fail to exchange their notes within this period for them this period will be stretched up to March 31. People
will have to bring their identity proof during the deposition
• Banks and Post offices will remain close for November 9th for the consumers
• For the initial 72 hrs of these declaration only hospitals, medicine shops and petrol pumps will accept these old notes.
• Some medical facilities will be off the hook for the time being
• Rs 2000 weekly cap on exchange of 500 and 1000 notes
• At a time RS 2000 can be withdrawn from the ATMs after the ATMs open, till 24th of November or so after which this withdrawal limit will be normalized
• Similarly one can exchange Rs 4000 till November 24  at a time from the bank whereas deposit 20000 in a week
• Online fund transfer won’t get affected by this

The PM said: ‘’Though India is now "a global bright spot" with its fast-growing economy, corruption and black or undeclared money are the biggest obstacles to our success. We are No 1 in rate of economic growth, while adding that despite some progress, India still ranks at No 76 in world rankings for perception of corruption. Since his government was elected, 1.25 lakh crores of black money "belonging to the corrupt" has been uncovered, through a series of measures including a voluntary disclosure scheme which has seen a good response. The PM also said that fake Rs. 500 notes are employed "by the enemy across the border" to sponsor deadly attacks.’’

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Tuesday, November 1, 2016

India Should Come Forward With Delinking Classroom From Student’s Learning

Martin Luther King, Jr. had said, “The function of education is to teach one to think intensively and to think critically. Intelligence plus character - that is the goal of true education.”
But today, a handful of students are running after excellence or intelligence. And not always the fault lies with the students.

In fact, the existing education system is forcing the students to follow certain standard rules, which is ruining their innovative thinking. Now, from entering pre-school till they attend the highest degree in education, the system makes the students follow certain standard mantras.

As a college student, how many hours per day did you spend attending lectures in class? Or do you remember how much time you spent at your practical classes?
Well, that makes one thing pretty clear. Most college students in India spend around 28 hours per week either listening to the lectures, which include practical and tutorial lessons, or watching video lectures on your mobiles or laptops. The numbers might be mind boggling but that means a student spends nearly 120 hours per week on learning.

Now, what does higher education means? It doesn’t mean that a student should forego all his/her aspirations, dreams and concentrate only on the study materials? It doesn’t mean that we turn our students into zombies. We are not here to run a factory instead of an education system? So, it’s highly important that we make a sharp demarcation between class teaching and learning, a model followed by advanced countries. If we can reduce the hours of classroom teaching to 15 hours per week (45 hours of weekly learning) then it would leave the students with considerable time for self learning. It will also help develop a better student-teacher relationship. Till today in India, students who are involved with social sciences, prefer to maintain a direct contact with their teachers, alongside tutorials and lectures.

Let’s be clear. There’s a difference between imparting education in classrooms and learning on your own. In order to become an expert in the subject, a student needs both classrooms hours and learning hours. For a teacher, the main objective shouldn’t be teaching whatever is written in the book. In fact, true education means learning what is not there in the classroom or book. In order to take on challenges of the world, a student should be prepped up not only with classroom education but the teacher should also impart him/her with experiences of the world.

Unlike India, in advanced countries, teachers dedicate special hours to students where they can learn through indirect teaching (not restricted to classroom teaching). Some educational institutions in India are trying to follow the model too, and if we adapt this system, then our students will be better equipped both mentally and physically.

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Now China To Lend 24 Billion Dollar To Bangladesh

China will provide a heavy amount of loan worth Rs. 24 billion dollar To Bangladesh. The president of China Xi Jinping during his Bangladesh tour today has declared that China will sign off on loans worth over US$ 24 billion with Bangladesh. This is biggest ever foreign credit sanctioned on the improvement of the capital of Bangladesh Dhaka. As per the sources Bangladesh will utilize this huge amount on the development of their power plants, seaports and expansion of railways.

Xi’s is the first Chinese president to visit Dhaka in last 30 years. This is happening when India is shoving its own investments in Bangladesh. Till date Bangladesh is being considered as one of the favorable zone of India’s prodigality.

Initially India in collaboration with Japan has been providing debt to Bangladesh at minimum rates of interest. With this inflow Bangladesh built a power complex and a port. This movement leads Bangladesh to set their position in the power game in the country of 160 crore population. With the influence of the seaports Bangladesh will cite their command on the entire Bay of Bengal route. The junior finance minister of Bangladesh Mr. MA Mannan has told media, ‘’China plans to finance around 25 projects including a 1320 megawatt power plant and also a  deep sea port is on their investment list.’’ According to the finance ministry Xi’s Bangladesh visit will bring a positive impact on the entire Bangladesh’s economy. From Bangladesh’s perspective their huge infrastructure demands massive foreign grants for the country’s overall betterment.

Jiangsu Etern Co Ltd an eminent Chinese company signed a deal worth $1.1 billion to reinforce the power grid network in Bangladesh. Beijing is keen on developing a deep seaport at Sonadia which has been staved off for last five years. All these taking place when Indian PM initiated cordial relationship with the neighbor countries by offering them important shares in India’s fast-growing economy. Last year Modi announced $2 million financial aid to Bangladesh but China swiped it all with the huge investment amount.

"One Belt, One Road"- this is the initiative of Chinese Govt. which has been supported by Bangladesh to improve the trade transport connectivity across Asia and Europe. Experts say with this progression China will have major influence over pan Asian economy.

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