The disqualified MP takes three Modi names who he asserts are thieves.

Kapil Sibal before the disqualification notification. Must watch

Two among them are fugitive offenders and one is Prime Minister of India.

Further, the disqualified MP goes on and adds ‘If you search, many more Modis can be found who are thieves (chor)’

Thus he brands the entire Modi community as thieves (chor) because there are two offenders in that community.

His rationale thus is if there are two offenders (chor) entire community is to be branded as chor.

This is a dangerous logic for an MP who is trying to become PM.

Such a dangerous rationale, belief and thinking reminds me of the most abominable, most heinous, most inhuman Act the colonizing British ever enacted and implemented in India which is the Criminal Tribes Act 1871 which was repealed only after Indepence and even now it’s inhuman after effects remain on what are now ‘Denotified Tribes’

In 1871, the British government in India passed this Criminal Tribes Act.

This Act classified several entire communities of mobile craftsmen, traders, and pastoralists as criminal tribes.

In addition, the nomadic people were stated to be criminal by nature and birth.

According to this law, these communities were expected to live only in the notified village settlements.

Therefore isn’t it utterly dangerous for citizens, who are just revovering from the ugly and damging after effects of Criminal Tribes Act 1871 that any MP, leave alone the one wanting to be PM, nourish thoughts of branding an entire community as chor because there are two, mind you just two, are abscond fugitives?

Let me remind that repeal of the horrndous Act was set into motion and the final repeal of the Act in August 1949, resulted in 2,300,000 tribals being decriminalised and After independence, the Act was ultimately repealed

So, lakhs of tribals had been condemned as criminals for almost a century just because they were born in the notified communities.

Please read slowly my post, introspect and decide for yourself whether an MP should ever have such abominable thoughts in his mind.

I leave it all to you to decide as an informed citizen…

“Yogi Adityanath’s 6 Years in Office: A Journey of Transforming Uttar Pradesh”

Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has completed six years in office today, marking a significant milestone in his political career. Since taking office in 2017, Yogi Adityanath has implemented a number of ambitious policies and initiatives aimed at improving the state’s economy, infrastructure, education, and law and order.

During his tenure, Yogi Adityanath has taken several steps to promote the development of Uttar Pradesh, including the launch of the One District One Product (ODOP) scheme, which aims to promote traditional industries and create employment opportunities in rural areas. He has also implemented the ‘Namami Gange’ project to clean and rejuvenate the Ganga river and has focused on improving healthcare services in the state.

Yogi Adityanath’s administration has also taken a tough stance on crime and has made significant efforts to improve law and order in the state. Under his leadership, the state police have undertaken several successful operations against criminal gangs and have implemented strict measures to ensure the safety of citizens.

As Yogi Adityanath completes six years in office, he remains committed to working towards the development of Uttar Pradesh and improving the lives of its citizens. We wish him all the best for his continued efforts in this regard.

Charting Your Path: The Importance of Career Counseling in Achieving Professional Goals”

Career counseling is a process that helps individuals to make informed career choices and develop a plan to achieve their professional goals. It involves working with a qualified counselor who can provide guidance, support, and resources to help individuals explore their interests, skills, and values and make informed decisions about their future.

Here are some benefits of career counseling:

Self-awareness: Career counseling helps individuals to gain a better understanding of their strengths, weaknesses, and interests. This self-awareness can help individuals to make informed decisions about their career and choose a path that aligns with their values and goals.

Career exploration: Career counselors can provide information about different career paths, industries, and job opportunities. They can help individuals to explore different options and understand the skills and qualifications required for each path.

Goal-setting: Career counseling can help individuals to set realistic and achievable career goals. Counselors can help individuals to develop a plan to achieve their goals and provide support and resources to help them stay on track.

Job search strategies: Career counselors can provide guidance on job search strategies, including networking, resume writing, and interviewing skills. They can also help individuals to develop a professional network and connect with potential employers.

Professional development: Career counseling can help individuals to develop the skills and knowledge required to succeed in their chosen career path. Counselors can provide resources for professional development, including training programs, workshops, and certifications.

Overall, career counseling is a valuable process that can help individuals to make informed decisions about their future and achieve their professional goals. By working with a qualified counselor, individuals can gain self-awareness, explore different career paths, set achievable goals, and develop the skills and knowledge required to succeed in their chosen career.

Navratri: Celebrating the Divine Feminine and the Triumph of Good over Evil

Navratri is a nine-day festival that is celebrated with great enthusiasm and devotion in India. The word Navratri is derived from two words, ‘Nav’ which means ‘nine’, and ‘Ratri’ which means ‘night’. It is observed twice a year, once in the spring (Chaitra Navratri) and then in the autumn (Sharad Navratri). This festival is dedicated to the worship of the divine feminine, the goddess Durga, and her various incarnations.

During Navratri, people across India fast, pray and perform various rituals to honor the goddess. The festival begins with the worship of Maa Shailputri, the first form of Durga, and is followed by the worship of Brahmacharini, Chandraghanta, Kushmanda, Skandamata, Katyayani, Kalratri, Mahagauri, and finally, Siddhidatri.

Each day of Navratri has its own significance and rituals. People clean their houses, decorate them with flowers and lights, and wear new clothes. In many regions of India, people also perform Garba and Dandiya Raas, which are traditional folk dances that are performed in circles. The dancers move in a circular motion, clapping their hands and hitting sticks in time with the music.

One of the most important aspects of Navratri is fasting. People abstain from food and some even from water during the day, and then break their fast in the evening with a special meal. The fast is observed to purify the body and mind and show devotion to the goddess.

Another important part of Navratri is the puja, or prayer ceremony. During the puja, devotees offer flowers, fruits, and other items to the goddess and seek her blessings. Special mantras and hymns are recited during the ceremony to honor the goddess.

Navratri is a time to celebrate the triumph of good over evil and to seek the blessings of the divine feminine. It is a festival that unites people of all ages and backgrounds and brings them together to celebrate the power and grace of the goddess. May the blessings of the divine mother be with you always. Jai Mata Di!

Unlocking the Power of Communication: 5 Essential Skills for Success

Effective communication is an essential skill that can help you to build strong relationships, succeed in your career, and improve your overall quality of life. Here are 5 tips for better communication skills:

Listen actively: Active listening is a crucial component of effective communication. When you are engaged in a conversation, make sure to listen attentively, ask questions, and provide feedback to show that you understand and respect the other person’s perspective.

Be clear and concise: When you are communicating, it’s essential to be clear and concise. Avoid using jargon or complicated language, and try to express your thoughts and ideas in a simple and straightforward manner.

Use body language: Body language is an important aspect of communication. Pay attention to your posture, facial expressions, and gestures to convey confidence and assertiveness.

Show empathy: Empathy is the ability to understand and share the feelings of others. When you are communicating with someone, try to put yourself in their shoes and show empathy to build rapport and trust.

Practice active communication: Communication is a skill that can be improved through practice. Make an effort to engage in conversations with different people, ask for feedback, and be open to learning and adapting your communication style to suit different situations.

Author : Gaurav Virendra Agrawal is founder and chief executive at and Panacea People Network.

He can be reached at

Mental Health: Why It’s Important and How to Take Care of It

Mental health is an integral part of our overall well-being. It affects how we think, feel, and behave in our daily lives. Good mental health enables us to cope with the stressors of life, form healthy relationships, and lead fulfilling lives. On the other hand, poor mental health can lead to a range of problems, including anxiety, depression, and substance abuse.

Despite its importance, mental health is often overlooked, stigmatized, or ignored. Many people feel ashamed or embarrassed to seek help when they’re struggling with mental health issues. This is a significant problem, as untreated mental health problems can worsen over time and have serious consequences.

So, what can we do to take care of our mental health? Here are some tips:

1. Prioritize self-care: Self-care is essential for good mental health. This means taking time for yourself to do things you enjoy, like reading, exercising, or spending time with friends and family. It also means taking care of your physical health by eating well, getting enough sleep, and avoiding harmful substances.

2. Seek support: It’s okay to ask for help when you’re struggling with mental health issues. You can talk to friends, family members, or a mental health professional. There are also many online resources available, like support groups and hotlines.

3. Practice mindfulness: Mindfulness is a practice that involves being present in the moment and paying attention to your thoughts and feelings without judgment. It can help reduce stress, anxiety, and depression.

4. Reduce stress: Stress is a common trigger for mental health problems. To reduce stress, try relaxation techniques like deep breathing, meditation, or yoga. You can also try to simplify your life by saying no to commitments that don’t serve you and delegating tasks when possible.

5. Stay connected: Social support is crucial for good mental health. Stay connected with friends and family members, even if it’s just through a phone call or text message.

Remember, mental health is just as important as physical health. Taking care of your mental health is not a sign of weakness; it’s a sign of strength. By prioritizing self-care, seeking support, practicing mindfulness, reducing stress, and staying connected, you can improve your mental health and lead a happier, healthier life.

Cracking CLAT !!!

There is no one-size-fits-all answer to this question, as the best way to crack CLAT will vary depending on the individual. However, here are 10 general tips that may help you crack CLAT:

  1. Start preparing early: The earlier you start preparing for CLAT, the better your chances of cracking it.
  2. Make a study plan: Having a study plan and sticking to it is crucial for success in any exam, and CLAT is no different. Decide how many hours you will study each day, and what topics you will cover.
  3. Do not neglect any section: All sections of CLAT are important, so make sure you give equal attention to each one.
  4. Solve previous years’ papers: Solving previous years’ papers is a great way to get familiar with the exam pattern and the types of questions asked.
  5. Take mock tests: Taking mock tests is also important, as it will help you understand your strengths and weaknesses, and work on improving your weaknesses.
  6. Be familiar with the syllabus: Knowing the syllabus inside out is essential for crack CLAT.
  7. Understand the marking scheme: This is important for two reasons – first, so that you know how to attempt the questions, and second, so that you can calculate your expected score.
  8. Time management: Time management is crucial in any exam, and CLAT is no different. Make sure you attempt all the questions within the allotted time.
  9. Practice writing essays: The essay section is a new addition to CLAT, and hence, not much is known about it. However, it is important to practice writing essays, so that you are well-prepared for this section.
  10. Be confident: Last but not the least, remember that confidence is key. Do not let nerves get the better of you, and believe in yourself – you can crack CLAT!

Budget 2023 Highlights: From new income tax slabs to capex boost for jobs, everything you need to know!

Union Budget 2023 Key Highlights: Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman presented the Union Budget 2023-24 on February 1 which had a greater emphasis on the rural sector, social sector schemes, infrastructure creation, and the middle class.

The Budget for 2023-24 kept its focus on expanding Capex showing that the Modi government’s priorities are building roads, highways, and railway lines. The middle class has been given some relief in terms of tweaks in the new income tax regime clearly pointing out that the government wants a shift towards the new regime from the older one. The FM stuck to the fiscal deficit roadmap in the Budget with a target of 5.9% in FY 24 and adhering to the target for the current year. This is a positive considering a bloated deficit will have caused worries about finding the gap.

-Fiscal Consolidation Not Put On The Back Burner -Budget Balances Govt Capex, Push To Private Sector -Plan To Augment Strategic Petroleum Reserves -Allocated Rs 30,000 Crore For OMC Capex In FY24 -FY24 Tax Target Assumption Conservative

– Finance MinisterNirmala Sitharamanon Wednesday announced hiking the capital expenditure by 33 per cent to Rs 10 lakh crore for infrastructure development for 2023-24 and will be at 3.3 percent of the GDP

– Presenting the Budget, she said the newly established infrastructure finance secretariat will assist in attracting more private investment.

– With an aim to further improve regional air connectivity, she said the government will revive 50 additional airports, helipads, water aero drones and advanced landing grounds

– The Budget also allocated Rs 3,113.36 crore to the union civil aviation ministry

Budget announcements on digital initiatives focuses on artificial intelligence in the education sector

– Three centres of excellence for artificial intelligence will be established in top educational institutions – 100 laboratories in engineering institutions will be developing applications using 5G services – A national digital library will be set up for children and adolescents for facilitating the availability of quality books across geographies, languages and genres – Centre to recruit 38,800 teachers and support staff for 749 Eklavya Model Residential Schools that will service 3.5 lakh tribal students

Budget 2023: Big bonanza for senior citizens

-Budget 2023 has increased the maximum permissible investment in the senior citizen savings scheme, a popular investment among the elderly. The post office monthly income scheme, too, has been made more attractive.

-Finance minister Nirmala Sitharaman doubled the maximum limit under the Senior Citizen Savings Scheme (SCSS) to Rs 30 lakh from Rs 15 lakh. The scheme offers assured interest of Rs 8 percent per annum. The interest is paid quarterly.

-Additionally, the investment limit under the popular Post Office Monthly Income Scheme (POMIS) has been raised to Rs 9 lakh from Rs 4.5 lakh. In case of joint accounts held in POMIS, the investment limit has been hiked to Rs 15 lakh from Rs 9 lakh. The scheme pays monthly interest at the rate of 7.1 percent per annum.

Elon Musk explains why his daughter can’t marry a poor man!

Wealth is first of all a state of mind.

A few years ago there was a conference in the United States on investment and finance. One of the speakers was Elon Musk and during the question and answer session, he was asked a question that had everyone laughing.

If he, the richest man in the world, could accept that his daughter marry a poor or modest man.

His answer can change something in everyone.

Elon Musk – First of all, understand that
Wealth does not mean having a fat bank account. Wealth is primarily the ability to create wealth.
Example: Someone who wins the lottery or gambling. Even if he wins 100 millions is not a rich man: He is a poor man with a lot of money. That’s the reason why 90% of the lottery millionaires become poor again after 5 years.

You also have rich people who have no money.
Example: Most entrepreneurs.
THEY are already on the road to wealth even though they have no money, because they are developing their financial intelligence and that is wealth.

How are the rich and the poor different?

To put it simply: The rich may die to become rich, while the poor may kill to become rich.

If you see a young person who decides to train, to learn new things, who tries to improve himself constantly, know that he is a rich man.

If you see a young person who thinks that the problem is the state, and who thinks that the rich are all thieves and who criticizes constantly, know that he is a poor man.

The rich are convinced that they just need information and training to take off, the poor think that others must give them money to take off.

In conclusion, when I say that my daughter will not marry a poor man, I am not talking about money. I’m talking about the ability to create wealth in that man.

Excuse me for saying this, but most criminals are poor people. When they are in front of money, they lose their mind, that’s why they rob, steal etc… For them it is a grace because they don’t know how they could earn money by themselves.

One day, the guard of a bank found a bag full of money, he took the bag and went to give it to the bank manager.

People called this man an idiot, but in reality this man was just a rich man who had no money.

One year later, the bank offered him a job as a receptionist, 3 years later he was a customer manager and 10 years later he manages the regional management of this bank, he manages hundreds of employees and his annual bonus exceeds the amount he could have stolen.

Wealth is first of all a state of mind.

So … are u rich or poor?🙂

Unbelievably simple ideas on parenting that work!

Based on research, to all parents and even grandparents, as well as teachers, here are some unbelievably simple parenting ideas that work.👇

  1. Children need a minimum of eight touches during a day to feel connected to a parent.

If they’re going through a particularly challenging time, it’s a minimum of 12 a day. This doesn’t have to be a big deal; it could be the straightening of a collar, a pat on the shoulder or a simple hug.

  1. Each day, children need one meaningful eye-to-eye conversation with a parent.

It is especially important for babies to have that eye contact, but children of all ages need us to slow down and look them in the eyes.

  1. There are nine minutes during the day that have the greatest impact on a child:

The first three minutes right after they wake up, three minutes after they come home from school, the last three minutes of the day before they go to bed.

We need to make those moments special and help our children feel loved. These are simple, right? Nothing really earth-shattering here.

Lets Try These 10 Proven Ideas!

1⃣ Whenever u feel like scolding or beating your child, take a deep breath, or count 1-10 and then act.
2⃣ Let’s ask them to study their favorite subject on their own.
3⃣ Send them to one exam without studying at all.
4⃣ Remember what our kids are learning in 5th std is taught to 7th std abroad..
5⃣ Lets keep our kids out of unwanted competition.
6⃣ 80% of what kids are learning ,won’t be useful to them in future..
7⃣ Our kids can really afford to do whatever they want to do in future .
8⃣ Higher degrees don’t guarantee success and happiness..
9⃣ Not all the highly educated people do well professionally.
And not all who do well professionally are the happiest ones.
🔟 Kids are always in a party mood.. don’t spoil their childhood. Support and let them be what they want to be.

Author Gaurav Virendra Agrawal is Awarded by The Times of India group as Brand ICON in Education

Why are we called ‘Engineers’?

Is it from ‘Engine’?. But steam engine was made only in the 19th century whereas engineering as a profession came in to existence centuries before.

The word ‘Engineer’ has nothing to do with the word engine. Engineer did not originate in engine. The word engineer originated from ‘ingenium’ which is a Latin word meaning ingenius meaning someone who solves problems that elude normal persons.

From ‘ingenium’ came ‘ingenieur’ ( which is the French word for engineer even now) and from it came the English word Engineer.

So, let us be ingenius and solve problems for the society and ameliorate life of all.

Happy Engineers day

5 Lesser-Known Metrics to Track in Google Analytics?

Do you know the 5 Lesser-Known Metrics to Track in Google Analytics?

Data has been called “the new gold” by many digital marketing experts. Why? Because the right data is often the difference between thriving businesses and struggling ventures.

Luckily, when it comes to your website, it’s never been easier to access the information you need. Google Analytics provides a wealth of data on your website, and the best part is it’s completely free.

We’re going to assume you’re currently using Google Analytics. You’re probably already monitoring the most popular metrics, including:

  • Page views
  • Time on site
  • Bounce rate
  • Conversions

However, there is so much more data available that can tell you a lot about both your website and your audience.

Here are the top five lesser-known metrics you should be tracking with Google Analytics.

Ratio of new to returning visitors

Your website has two jobs: attract new users and encourage existing users to come back. This metric lets you know how well you’re doing on both fronts.

A good ratio to maintain is 30% returning visitors and 70% new. This means you’re retaining plenty of users while also introducing a steady stream of new people to your brand.

Organic vs paid sessions

Another ratio you want to keep your eye on is your organic vs. paid traffic.

Early on, your paid traffic will likely be higher than your organic (non-paid search) traffic as you wait for your SEO strategies to take hold. But over time, you should see your organic traffic increase.

Ideally, your organic traffic should eventually become your number one traffic source, allowing you to no longer depend on paid traffic for leads and sales.

Site search queries

Does your website include a search function? Then you’re in luck, because Google Analytics tracks all the searches users perform on your site. This provides you with important insights into what your audience is curious about.

Use this data to determine what content you should create more of and what information your website is missing.

Exit pages

Exit pages are the last pages users visit before leaving your website. If you see a particular page that has an abnormally high exit rate, there may be an issue. It might be a roadblock visitors are encountering.

Make sure to regularly review any pages with a high exit rate to see if they can be optimized to improve conversions.

Site speed

Site speed is critical for both your conversion rate and SEO. Google Analytics offers plenty of data around page load times, so you can track how your site is performing.

See what your average page load time is, how fast your site loads on different browsers, and which pages load the fastest or slowest. For reference, Google recommends that your page load time be under two seconds.

Ready to dive into your data? Head over to Google Analytics to learn how your website is performing!

Coolest Facts about Human Physiology

Here are 22 interesting psychological facts you should know before you die,

  1. Your shoes are the first thing people subconsciously notice about you. Wear nice shoes.
  2. Sometimes the people who don’t talk to you are the ones that really want to.
  3. Talking to your mother has the same effect as a hug and can help reduce stress levels. The sound of her voice releases oxytocin and is a great stress relief.
  4. Swans only have one partner for their whole life. Once their partner dies, they pass away from a broken heart.
  5. A person usually makes a lot of hand gestures when telling a true story. On the contrary, when telling a lie, a person’s hands will stay noticeably still.
  6. Dogs perceive humans differently from themselves, but cats do not. Cats treat humans like they would treat another cat.
  7. Dogs’ nose prints are as unique as human fingerprints and can be used to identify them.
  8. Psychology claims that If two past lovers can remain just friends, its either they are still in love, or never were.
  9. Every day, the heart creates enough energy to drive a truck 20 miles. In a lifetime, that is equivalent to driving to the moon and back. So, when you tell someone you love them to the moon and back” you’re essentially saying you will love them with all the blood your heart pumps your whole life, which I think is equally as meaningful.
  10. If someone can’t cry, he/she is emotionally numb.
  11. Psychologically, we tend to ignore those who adore us and pay more attention to those who ignore us
  12. Psychology says when your mood randomly goes from happy to sad, it’s often an indication that you’re missing someone.
  13. Stomach acid (conc. HCl) is strong enough to dissolve. Razor blades!!
  14. A human brain has a capacity to store 5 times as much information as Wikipedia
  15. Laziness and inactivity kills just as many people as smoking.
  16. Paranormal experts said that if you saw someone unfamiliar in your dream it is actually the ghost watching you while you are sleeping.
  17. It is believed that when you die in a dream, you wake up because your brain cannot process the idea of death and what comes after.
  18. Your nose is connected to the memory side of the brain. That’s why smells can trigger powerful memories.
  19. Zebras can’t sleep alone.
  20. When a person cries and the first drop comes from the right eye, it’s happiness. A drop from the left eye is pain. And, both indicate frustration.
  21. Subconsciously, it takes at least 6-8 months for the brain to process complete forgiveness for someone who hurt you emotionally.
  22. Smiling is the ultimate antidepressant😁!

कृष्ण कौन हैं?

पहली गाली पर सर काटने की शक्ति होने बाद भी यदि 99 और गाली सुनने का ‘सामर्थ्य’ है, तो वो कृष्ण हैं।

‘सुदर्शन’ जैसा शस्त्र होने के बाद भी यदि हाथ में हमेशा ‘मुरली’ है, तो वो कृष्ण हैं।

‘द्वारिका’ का वैभव होने के बाद भी यदि ‘सुदामा’ मित्र है, तो वो कृष्ण हैं।

‘मृत्यु’ के फन पर मौजूद होने पर भी यदि ‘नृत्य’ है, तो वो कृष्ण हैं।

‘सर्वसामर्थ्य’ होने पर भी यदि सारथी’ बने हैं, तो वो कृष्ण हैं।

जन्माष्टमी की हार्दिक शुभकामनाएं

Why is Nandi in front of Shiva Lingam ?

According to methodological stories, when the positive forces, Devas, and the negative forces, the Asuras, joined together on a rare occasion to churn the ocean with a mountain to obtain the nectar of immortality they utilized Vasuki, the serpent, as the rope. Devas pulled from one end and the Asuras from the other. Lots of precious herbs and gems were produced during the Churning and one of them was a poison which became human karma. This “poison” was so dangerous that none of Devas or Asuras wanted to go near it. It was extremely sticky and coming into contact with this poison, i.e., human karma would drag the divinity down to the realms of human suffering and ego. As everyone else ran away, Lord Siva, followed by Nandi, came forward to help as he was the only one who could counteract this deadly poison. Siva took the poison into his hand and drank it; the descent of the poison was, in turn, stopped at His throat, by His divine consort. Siva is therefore also known as Neelakaṇṭha (the blue-throated one) and Viṣhakantha (the poison-throated one). The poison in the throat is always a burning sensation for Lord Shiva. Lord Shiva loves to spend time in meditation (Dhyanam). But this burning throat is not allowing him to do his meditation. Then he ordered Nandi to sit in front of him and blow some air onto his throat. The air blown onto his throat relieves him from the burning sensation. From then onwards, Lord Shiva does his mediation with the help of Nandi.

Whenever we visit Lord Shiva temple we should not go in between Nandi and Shiva lingam (we should not break the path between Lord Shiva and Nandi). If we do so, it is said that we are disturbing Lord Shiva’s meditation.

If we have a wish to share with Lord Shiva, we should tell the wish in the ears of Nandi. Nandi later shares the wishes of visitors with Lord Shiva after His meditation is over.

5 reasons why Career Counselling is important!

“The bad news is time flies. The good news is you’re the pilot.”

Students are under a lot of pressure – pressure to perform academically, pressure to be popular, pressure to ultimately, make a good life. The one thread that touches upon all these is the choice of one’s career. It is a decision that is often taken under parental or societal duress. However, one must seek proper career counseling and guidance to make the right decision. Career counseling is really beneficial for students, and there are many reasons it is imperative:

  1. Spot an Aptitude: Career counseling helps a student realize true aptitude. While at a junior level, most students perform evenly across subjects. Aptitude tests, conducted by counselors, bring out clearly the strong intellectual areas of a particular student. This empowers the student to make an informed decision when choosing future studies and making career choices.
  2. An Objective Guide: Many times, students grow up with preconceived notions – “I must become a doctor, since my father is one”. Good counseling can quell these notions, and help the student view himself for the individual that he really is. After all, the doctor’s son can actually be more suited to, and more interested in, being a musician!
  3. Evade Confusion: Often, students haven’t developed a clear idea of what they’d want to study by the time they’re due to make those choices. This isn’t necessarily due to any lack of interest; one is simply too young. Seeking career counseling leads to clarity of thought in a student, helps to identify interests, pick the appropriate subjects, and finally, make the choice of the right career.
  4. Career Relation to Education: It is also likely that a student has decided on a particular career, but is not sure of how to qualify for it academically. Seeking counseling helps to put things in proper perspective – the student chooses the right higher education for the chosen career, and likewise, is able to land safely on the career track, due the interest, motivational factors and the chosen stream of education.
  5. What’s Out There: Perhaps the most important facet of career counseling is to simply know what career options abound today. Say, a student has great flair for writing. It is important that the student or individual is well informed about the prospects of taking writing as a career. Lack of information on the will let the individual or student abandon his talent and intellect.

Sadly, career counseling is often overlooked by students, institutions and parents alike. It is a mistake that can prove costly, for it is sound counseling that leads to well-informed, correct career decisions!

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The young man ran from Rajasthan to Delhi, the reason is very special

Suresh (from Seekar, Rajasthan) runs from Rajasthan to Delhi to inspire Army aspirants

Recruitment rallies have not been organized in the Army in the last two years due to the Corona epidemic. Yes and there is a lot of resentment among the youth of Rajasthan regarding this matter. Churu, Jhunjhunu, Sikar and Nagaur districts have been affected the most by stopping the recruitment process here. Let us tell you that now from campaigning on social media to picketing demonstrations are being organized to start recruitment in these districts. Amidst all this, Nagaur resident Suresh Bhichar has done a shocking job to attract the attention of the government to this issue. Yes, Suresh has completed the journey from Sikar to Delhi by running. According to the information received, Suresh, who left the district stadium of Sikar at 9 pm on 29 March, reached Delhi at 6 pm on 2 April.

After reaching here, he submitted a memorandum to the MP Hanuman Beniwal. Let us tell you that Suresh completed the journey of 300 kilometers in a total of fifty hours. After completing the journey, Suresh told that he had set a target of completing the 6 km run in one hour. Yes and there were three more friends for patrolling with him in the journey. Apart from this, he also said that during this time he ate food in the hotel only for one day, the rest was arranged by the youth preparing for the job in the army in different areas. Let us tell you that Suresh is taking training from a defense academy in Sikar.  Yes and he wants to join the army from the year 2015 but for some reason his dream could not be fulfilled.

Let us tell you that the discussions of Suresh’s sprint race are held in the surrounding districts. He made a record in the army recruitment held in Nagaur in the year 2018 by completing 1600 meters race in 4 minutes and 4 seconds. Recently, Suresh told that, under the pre-determined program, a program of demonstration was organized in Jantar Mantar on April 5 regarding this matter, but before that, some youths of Rajasthan, angry with the postponement of recruitment, had also burnt the effigy of the government. On the other hand, Minister of State for Defense Ajay Bhatt said in the Rajya Sabha in response to supplementary questions during the Question Hour that ‘the recruitment process in the Indian Army in 2020 and 2021 has been postponed due to the Corona epidemic and no stay has been put on it. ‘ Apart from this, he also said, ‘The outbreak of corona has reduced, but is not over. Despite this, keeping in mind the circumstances, the online recruitment process in Air Force and Navy continued and personnel have been recruited

Inspiring Leadership for Generations to come! Classic example on how Shri Aditya Vikram Birla inspired the inside and outside world of Birla Empire.

When Aditya Birla was incharge of Hindalco, one of his senior executives made a blunder that cost the company over Rs.10 Crores.

Several top executives thought Aditya Birla would come down heavily on this guy and probably fire him from job. But he didn’t.

Before he called the man in, he sat down, took a notepad and wrote across the top of it:
‘Points in favor of this man’.

Then he listed the man’s strengths, including how he’d once helped the company make the right decision and earn them millions of dollars.

One of the senior executives who witnessed this AB’s philosophy, later said, ‘Whenever I am tempted to rip into someone, I force myself to sit down and compile a list of the good qualities they have. By the time I have finished, I have the right perspective.

And best of all, my anger is under control.

I can’t tell you how many times this habit has prevented me from committing one of life’s costliest mistakes-losing my temper.

I recommend it to anyone who deals with people regularly.

So before you jump to conclusions about someone, stop, sit down & make a list of person’s best qualities.

If you may come to a different conclusion. One thing is for sure, you’ll approach the person with the right attitude.. and may be won’t say things you’ll later regret !!

India is celebrating January 16 as its first National Startup Day pursuant to Prime



Minister Narendra Modi’s address in a virtual gathering of over 150 entrepreneurs on Saturday where he termed startups as the “ backbone “ of new India and the engine that will power the nation’s economic growth in the run up to the 100th year of Independence.

Interacting with over 150 startups during the Startup India Innovation Week organised by the Department for Promotion of Industry and Internal Trade (DPIIT), theEV charging infrastructure, defence manufacturing, chip manufacturing offer and drone industry, Modi said, the current decade is being referred to as the “techade” of India and his government will usher in massive changes to strengthen innovation, entrepreneurship and start-up ecosystem. 

During the meeting, Modi also outlined the measures taken by the government to support startups in the country, including programmes like Startup India, removing problems of ‘angel tax’, simplification of tax procedure, arranging for government funding, allowing self-certification of nine labour and three environment laws and removal of more than 25 thousand compliances.

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Reboot : Panacea Theme for the Year 2022

Live More • Achieve More

Reboot 2022 : Live More • Achieve More


Wishing you all a very happy and safe New Year!

The last two years have taught us that it is our inner strength, our grit, and determination that pushes us to achieve the unimaginable, it is the unity and warmth of company that helps us move past the difficulties and challenges of life.

As we move forward into the new year with newfound hope and strength to face come what may, I welcome you all to join me in the energetic pursuit of a revitalizing new year. As we move into the new year, let us promise to endeavour to live our lives to the fullest and to maximise our contributions in order to maximise our shared achievements.

It is time we metamorphose our insurmountable strength into action. With this background, I am proud to announce the Panacea People theme for 2022- “Reboot: Live more, Achieve More”.

To mark the beginning of a new year, we have made our own small contribution in the form of our collective enterprises. We have contributed significantly by providing career opportunities to people in the Media, HR and Education sectors. We take pleasure in sharing that we are teaching students not just in Prayagraj, Lucknow or Bharwari but around the continent in Dubai and Abu Dhabi as well. We have helped bridge the gap between teachers and students by being a facilitative platform for communication.

It is time for us to cherish this spirit and let it rage further. Let us grow individually and collectively as a team and push our boundaries this year.

It is time that we increase our reach and collaborate for the expansion of our enterprise. Let this year allow you to inculcate new business ideas, foster creativity and build better networking than ever. Let the leader in you arise. Reboot!

Happy New Year!

15 Interview Questions to Ask Hiring Managers

During an employment interview, the opportunity for the job candidate to ask questions is a goldmine that should not be squandered. When the interviewer asks, “Do you have any questions for me?” The worst response you can give is “No.” Smart interview questions not only allow job seekers to glean meaningful insights and company intelligence that can give them an edge over their peers, but they also offer the final opportunity to win over the employer and demonstrate that they are the best job candidate.

Thoroughly research the company so that you do not ask questions that you can easily find the answers to, this does not present you in a good light. It makes you appear lazy, and not sufficiently interested in the company. Weave your company research findings into your interview questions. Here are 15 interview questions that will show prospective employers that you are enthusiastic about their company. Because of time constraints, you will not be able to ask all the questions, so choose a few that are most meaningful to you from the list, and customize them for your situation.

  1. How would you characterize the organization? What are its principal values? What are its greatest challenges?
  2. What is the organization’s plan for the next five years, and how does this department or division fit in?
  3. What do you expect me to accomplish in the first six to 12 months on the job? What is the one thing I cannot fail at in the first year?”
  4. What particular achievements would equate to success at this job? What would success look like?
  5. What are three key things that really drive results for the company?
  6. How does this position contribute to the company’s goals, productivity, or profits?
  7. What is the most pressing business issue or problem for the company or department?
  8. Can you give me some examples of the types of projects I may be working on?
  9. What do you think are the most difficult aspects of the job I’m interviewing for?
  10. Based on the interview, do you have any concerns about my ability to perform the job that would prevent you from selecting me?
  11. Work-life balance is an issue of retention as well as productivity. Can you talk about your own view of how to navigate the tensions between getting work done and encouraging healthy lives outside the office?
  12. How does the company support and promote personal and professional growth?
  13. Corporate culture is very important, but it’s usually hard to define until one violates it. What is one thing an employee might do here that would be perceived as a violation of the company’s culture?
  14. In the recent past, how has the company acknowledged and rewarded outstanding performance?
  15. What is the next step in the process? When do you think you will be making a decision?

This is by no means an exhaustive list of possible interview questions for job candidates to ask hiring managers, but they are questions that demonstrate to the employer that the job seeker is confident, prepared, and interested in the organization.

Ambani-Adani have generated more Wealth & Jobs for the Nation than Nadella, Pichai or Parag. Are we Indians nothing but a bunch of emotional fools! #MustRead

Everytime a person of Indian origin become a Global CEO, we either embark on Self loathing or feel as is we now control the American corporate and the person will focus on Indian Interest!

FACT is from Pepsi to Google to Microsoft to Twitter CEOs first KRA is their respective corporate Interest and the ugly truth, they are of Indian origin only…. NOT INDIAN

None has Indian Citizenship. They surrendered it long back

So grow up and feel proud of folks in India or who carries Indian Passport

Indians love to take pride in CEOs of Indian Origin based in other countries.

But the same tribe is most hated by folks in India?

Ambani, Adani, Tata, Birla….

They stayed in India and created Indian products, companies for Indian people, created huge shareholder wealth for the common man, revolutionized the digital space, renewable energy sector, O&G, food supply chain, clothing, telecommunication so cheap so that headless chickens can abuse them free of cost, defense backbone, Shipping, etc etc

FACT IS, We Indians are just bunch of Emotional fools. Nothing else.

Ambani-Adani have generated more Wealth & Jobs for the Nation than –
20 Nadella’s,
200 Pichai’s &
1000 Parag’s
multiplied by 10 times, yet Ambani-Adani only get Hate in India from….

We are a Nation that Worries about Brain Drain & Abuse the Wealth Creators in the Nation…

It’s not US and China anymore,

India is becoming the world’s fastest-growing startup ecosystem with over 70 Unicorn ( A startup company with valuation of more than 1 billion dollars) Startups, 40 in 2021 !!! 🇮🇳🚀….but people have problem with Adani becoming the richest person in India!

Tata Group has 7,50,000 employees.
L&T employs 3,38,000 people.
Infosys has 2,60,000 employees.
Mahindra has 2,60,000 employees.
Reliance Industries has 2,36,000 people.
Wipro has 2,10,000 employees.
HCL has 1,67,000 employees.
HDFC Bank has 1,20,000 employees.
ICICI Bank has 97,000 employees.
TVS group has 60,000 employees.

Just these ten corporates together employ nearly 25 lakh Indians and give them very respectable salaries. These 25 lakh Corporate jobs is more than half of the total Central Govt jobs (48.34 lakhs)! It is also 5 times the total government jobs in a big state like Karnataka!

The govt.provides jobs to one crore plus people( 1%) and private and organized sector provide 6-8% and rest 92 % are employed in unorganized sector.

Respect the Private sector. Adore millionaires and billionaires. Cheer for job creators. They are creating livelihood for millions of Indians!

Do not listen to the failed socialist politicians who ruined the economic potential of 3 generations in India. If you want bright future for future generations, India needs thousands of new corporations which create hundreds of thousand of high-paying jobs!

Proud to be Indian, inside and out.

The hybrid work model: welcome to the new way of working

6 best practices for successful remote working

A hybrid work model offers the best of both worlds – a mix of on-site and remote working. For instance, an employee could work from home three days a week and spend two days in the office. Or there may be specific days where leaders expect staff members to attend in-person meetings. This kind of arrangement allows employees to retain the flexibility they’ve enjoyed when working from home yet still have those vital face-to-face connections with colleagues that are so important for collaboration and wellbeing.

Hybrid work is slightly different from a hybrid team, where some of the group work on-site together some or all of the time while others are fully remote.

Let’s take a look at the different types of the hybrid work model:

Remote first

This is where anyone who has the tools to work remotely is allowed to do so most of the time. Most organizations adopted the remote-first model at the start of the pandemic when it was considered unsafe to travel on public transport and mix with people outside your household. And some of them, including Shopify and Upwork, have said they’ll stick with the remote-first model even after the pandemic begins to recede.

Office occasional

Businesses continue to work remotely and seek to take advantage of in-person meetings and employee team-building that a workplace environment can nurture. In this model, employees come into the office for one or two days a week, allowing them to chat with co-workers and attend important team meetings face to face.

Office first

where organizations prefer that most people work from the office, although they still offer a remote policy. Some employees have the freedom to work from home as and when they need to, but it’s not actively encouraged.

Why Hybrid work?

For a while now, hybrid work has been growing in popularity thanks to faster internet, cloud collaboration tools, and a greater emphasis on promoting a healthy work-life balance. But it only really came into its own during the pandemic in the urgency for businesses everywhere to sever the ties of traditional working.

Although not every organization can adopt a hybrid model, it’s becoming the dominant way of working in some sectors like finance and tech. Major brands like Facebook, Microsoft, PwC and KPMG are among the companies now embracing hybrid work.

Jon Holt, chief executive at KPMG UK, says: “We trust our people. Our new way of working will empower them and enable them to design their own working week. The pandemic has proven it’s not about where you work, but how you work.”

Working from home has many benefits that employees don’t want to lose. So much so that it’s becoming increasingly important for organizations to offer hybrid working to attract and retain talent. In fact, 30% of employees say they would consider switching jobs if their organization returned to entirely on-site work after the pandemic.

We’ve yet to see how the hybrid work model will play out in the long term. Policies, practices and collaboration technology will evolve as organizations find their feet with it. But it’s a fair assumption that going into the workplace just for the sake of it will no longer be a necessary part of working life.

What are the advantages of hybrid work?

A well-thought-out hybrid work model can be great for collaboration, productivity and employee satisfaction. Reasons for adopting a hybrid model include:

• Public health
Covid restrictions, including social distancing, are still in place in many countries, and there is still a lot of anxiety about returning to offices. Hybrid work makes it possible to have some office presence while helping people feel safe.

This is particularly critical for people with compromised immune systems or those caring for them. A hybrid workplace can also reduce the spread of illness as employees can choose to work from home if they don’t feel well.

• Improved work-life balance
By offering hybrid working, you’re giving staff the chance to achieve a better work-life balance, with reduced stress, less commuting and more time for activities other than work.

More than 50% of employees say they’d like to work remotely at least some of the time,2 with many preferring a hybrid working pattern because it gives them the freedom to choose where they feel most comfortable working.

• Wider talent pool
If your organization offers a combination of in-person and remote working, you’ll be able to cast your talent net wider and attract people who otherwise would not have applied for a job with you.

It means you’ll no longer be confined to hiring employees in the local area. Someone who lives further afield may want to work for you if they only have to be physically in the office, say, one day a week or just for meetings.

• Greater productivity
Even before the pandemic hit, evidence suggested that remote working could boost productivity because of fewer distractions at home. Employers can see the benefits too. After adopting remote working practices during the pandemic, many business leaders saw that their organizations were at least as productive as before.

• Employee satisfaction
Hybrid working is popular with employees because of the flexibility to work outside the office at least some of the time. Some people prefer the buzz of being in the office, whereas others like the solitude of being at home. Hybrid work can provide the right employee experience for both groups. It also brings opportunities for collaborative working, which can boost morale and a feeling of togetherness.

• Savings on office costs
Remote working reduces the need for office space, saving organizations a lot of money, both in terms of office size and the cost of maintaining the building. Savings on utilities like heating and air-conditioning, as well as printing and stationery, can be substantial.

• A huge opportunity to change culture
If there is a silver lining to the past couple of years, it’s that the pandemic has brought about a positive shift in the mindset towards a work-from-anywhere culture. It’s shown that business leaders can trust most people to work on their own initiative and, in many cases, has cultivated more caring relationships between managers and their teams.

A hybrid workplace can also help build a resilient culture by preparing you for future disruptions. With many employees already working from home, you can easily go back to a fully remote operation if necessary.

What are the challenges of hybrid work?

While the hybrid workplace model seems to strike the right balance, it’s not without its flaws. Challenges of adopting a hybrid model include:

• Mismatch in expectations of hybrid work
Broadly speaking, employers are keener for staff to return to work in person than employees. That disconnect is made clear in a recent report by McKinsey[SC5] . More than three-quarters of senior executives surveyed say they expect the typical ‘core’ employee to be back in the office at least three days a week.

But nearly three-quarters of employees say they would like to work from home for two or more days a week, and 52% want at least three days of remote working.

• Difficulties in maintaining relationships
Being in a hybrid team is a bit like being in a long-distance relationship. It requires trust, regular contact and a lot of determination to make it work.

When people are working together all the time, it’s relatively easy to collaborate, give feedback, get help, participate in meetings and build solid foundations within teams. And when everyone is working remotely, people become familiar with virtual collaboration and know to stay in touch with regular check-ins and virtual chats. But when teams are split, a disconnect can develop between those in the office and those at home.

• Lack of spontaneous interaction
Many people enjoy the random chats that happen in the workplace. Remote employees can feel they miss out on office culture, spontaneous communication and team activities. Being there in person makes it easier to interact with each other, have instant catch-ups and socialize after work. Many of the challenges hybrid teams face come down to ease of connection.

• Having to engage hybrid teams in new ways
Keeping remote workers engaged can be hard work and time-consuming – which is why some leaders perhaps don’t give it as much attention as they should. Previously, you could walk around the office, notice body language and problem-solve when needed. Now, it’s much harder to pick up on people’s emotions if you can’t see them in person. There’s a risk that disillusionment will fester unless you find ways to recreate the office culture at home..

• Imbalance in the way off-site and on-site workers are treate
Rightly or wrongly, people sometimes feel that on-site workers get preferential treatment to remote workers. Leaders may view employees ‘seen’ in the office as more dedicated and give them more support. Remote workers may feel overlooked for training and promotion opportunities because they’re less visible than those in the office.

• Harder for new recruits to learn from more experienced staff
This is one of the biggest challenges of hybrid working. New hires can find it very difficult to learn the ropes if they only spend limited time with colleagues in the office. Not only that, forming bonds with co-workers is much harder if they don’t have any in-person interaction. This can lead to feelings of isolation and frustration.

• Impact on culture
The sense of belonging in an organization may not be as strong as when people are there all the time. Remote workers can feel less connected, out of the loop and like they can’t contribute as much, ultimately feeling like they don’t really fit in. All team members need to feel invested in the success of each other and the business.

The hybrid work environment

When you’re managing a hybrid work environment, there are a few things to think about that you might not have had to consider before. One of the major ones is the physical space. If, for example, you have 150 employees in total, you won’t need a building that can accommodate all of them at the same time.

Some employees might only work in the office on Tuesdays and Wednesdays, while others may come in for a weekend shift, so you can use a hot desking system instead. It’s essential to get an accurate understanding of when people will be in the building so you find the right space for your needs. Facebook offices in some countries, for example, are open at 10% but accepts requests for people to be in-office via an online form with a 1-2 week turnaround time for approval

Many organizations are now completely reimagining their physical work environment to function better with hybrid work. Modern offices are becoming more of a flexible space for collaboration and team building rather than a formal full-time workplace with rows of desks.

Your set-up could include having more social spaces so people can make the most of collaborating when they’re on-site. Another idea is to have hubs where people can meet clients and meeting rooms fully equipped for physical and virtual meetings. Some companies are also investing in new touchless technology to replace surfaces like buttons and handles to address Covid health concerns.

How to do hybrid work

Simply telling people they can split their time between home and the office and hoping it will all be fine won’t cut it. You’ll need to develop a solid hybrid workplace strategy. Here are some things to think about to help you get it right.

Transparency in hybrid work policies

Put policies in place that clearly outline what’s expected of your workforce. If some staff are allowed to work remotely but others aren’t, people need to know the rationale behind this decision to avoid conflict and resentment. Questions to answer include:

• how many days should people be on-site?

• what work is done better in person than virtually?

• should certain members of staff be in the office at the same time for meetings and collaboration?

It’s important to get feedback on new policies and make tweaks as you move forward until you’ve found a hybrid model that works best for you.

Hybrid work schedule

Just like many businesses have rotas for different shift patterns, consider the same for your hybrid workers. This can avoid employees always being on-site with the same people or being in the office on their own when everyone else is working from home.

As well as showing where employees are working, rotas can help you see what people are working, so everyone is in the loop. Alternatively, you could use shared calendars, so they know when people plan on being in the office.

Task allocation

Team leaders can optimize schedules based on what type of work is better suited to the office or home environment.

Asynchronous tasks are the ones you can complete without input from others, like data entry or putting together a solo presentation. These are ideal for doing at home, where people can schedule large blocks of uninterrupted time. Synchronous tasks, on the other hand, are better suited to an office environment. These are jobs that require group collaboration, brainstorming, chat or creativity.


Trust is the bedrock of any hybrid workplace. Even after the success of home working during the pandemic, some managers still think that remote workers take advantage of their freedom and regularly slack off. Managers need to trust those working remotely to get their work done without micromanaging.

Gartner research shows that employees who feel trusted are 76% more engaged than those in workplaces with low levels of trust. Learning to let go can create an altogether calmer working environment, especially for remote workers who often feel they have to put in more hours to prove they’re working hard. That said, you do still need to check in with them regularly to make sure they’re happy.


Communicating with remote workers is different from those on-site and may need more thought. You might need more frequent check-ins to see how people are coping with working from home and if they need any extra support, whether that’s more IT, a better chair or mindfulness guidance.

It might be helpful to carry out regular pulse surveys and ‘ask-me-anything’ sessions that give you instant feedback on employee engagement and morale in a hybrid working environment. Show that you welcome honesty and expressions of vulnerability and that everyone has a voice.


Give some careful thought to inclusivity and how teams can work together seamlessly in a hybrid set-up. It’s vital not to add to existing inequalities by sidelining those who mainly work remotely, for example, carers, working mothers and people with disabilities. There is often an unconscious bias against home workers, so make sure they’re given the same opportunities and feel as valued as those who return to the office.

Managers should also pay particular attention to onboarding new recruits so they don’t feel left out and unable to forge relationships with their co-workers. Initially, it might be a good idea for them to spend most of their time on-site sitting next to colleagues who can mentor them and answer any questions they might have, making sure they feel included in your new, hybrid workplace.

6 best practices for successful remote working

Virtual workers can overcome the challenges of not being together in the same workplace. Follow these six key tips for successful remote working.

• Create boundaries between work and life
Working from home can blur the lines between your work and personal life. It’s essential to separate these two worlds and switch off after your working day ends otherwise you risk burnout. Ideally, create a workspace that you can physically walk out of when you’re done for the day so you can distance yourself from your laptop and other work devices.

Get more advice on balancing working from home with your personal life.

• Keep track of your time
One of the golden rules of remote working is managing your time effectively. As a homeworker, you’re likely to work longer hours and take fewer breaks.

Estimate how long each task is going to take and set yourself realistic targets. You could also use a time tracker app or alarm to help you stay on track.

• Be present when you’re in work mode
Unlike in a traditional office, nobody is watching you, and colleagues won’t always know what you’re working on. Stay visible by replying quickly to messages and comments and regularly checking in with your co-workers.

• Be accountable
When remote workers know they’ll be accountable for their work, they’re more focused on doing tasks well. One idea is for each team member to share what they’ve achieved over the previous week and what their plans are for the week ahead. That way, you can see what others are working on and what they’re responsible for.

• Connect with your colleagues
When employees aren’t sharing a physical workspace, it takes extra effort to make sure they feel connected and still have those ‘water-cooler moments.’

Getting to know your colleagues beyond just work helps you build a stronger bond. Connect with your social communities and take time out for virtual coffee breaks and fun activities where you can have a laugh together.

• Evaluate your productivity
No one expects you to be at full speed all day, every day. That said, you probably shouldn’t be going AWOL for half the day when you have things to achieve. Being a happy and successful remote worker means figuring out what works best for you.

For example, are there times of the day when you’re more focused and can tackle some of your harder tasks? Or would a different break time mean less chance of flagging in the afternoon? Work it out and work accordingly.

5 best practices for managing teams remotely

5 best practices for managing teams remotely

As a manager, you need to strike the right balance between being visible to your employees and not micro-managing them. Follow these remote management best practices to create a happy and productive workforce.

Get to know your organization’s remote work policy

Your organization’s remote work policy should outline when and how employees can work from locations other than the office and go into detail about all aspects of remote work.

This includes things like flexible working, legal rights and security requirements. Knowing your way around the policy will support your decision-making and help you answer questions from your team.


How you communicate is a big factor in successfully managing a remote team. Reach out regularly, not just when things go wrong.

A daily check-in can be as simple as asking how everyone is, then following up with what deadlines you have coming up or what everyone is working on for the day. For weekly catch-ups, it’s a good idea to have video chats to keep the personal connection going.

Get good software

Make sure people have the tools they need to perform at their peak no matter where they work. Choose software that everyone on your team feels comfortable with and helps people share resources, make comments and work on documents together in one single location.

The 2021 Deloitte Global Human Capital Trends Report shows that business leaders see introducing a digital collaboration platform as the most important factor in making remote working sustainable for organizations.

Offer training opportunities

But it’s not all about software. It’s your people, too. Remote staff still need training, just as they would in an office environment so don’t let development opportunities slide just because they need to happen online.

Invest in virtual learning resources for remote employees to access from anywhere. This can include a digital library, access to online learning platforms, regular webinars and lunch and learn sessions.

Recognize success

Working remotely can make people feel unnoticed and undervalued, so it’s important to create a positive workplace culture where team members feel appreciated. An effective recognition program motivates people and makes them feel part of a community even though they may be working alone.

Recognition doesn’t need to be monetary – it could be public acknowledgment, development opportunities or low-cost perks

SnehShakti – Law Prep & Round Table India comes together with unique #HarGharDIwali campaign

This is not just the time of festivities, celebration of the victory of good over evil, some family time but it is also the start of the winter season.
As all of us are aware as to how bad the winters can get here in Allahabad, the Team Law Prep Tutorial & Round Table India has joined forces for the 4th season of our “Sneh Shakti” Program.
“Sneh Shakti” is a joint initiative of Law Prep Tutorial which is India’s oldest coaching institute for Law Entrance Examination and has been providing best results year by year in various law entranceexaminations and this year as well the Law Prep Prayagraj Centre produced the best resuts with Sanvi as AIR 1 in Symbiosis Law Admission Test 2021 and many other students securing All India Ranks in Common Law Admission Test 2021 and ensuring their places in various Naional Law Universities and Round Table India is an organization of non-political and non-sectarian young men between the age group of 18 and 40. The aim of the young men is to promote service, fellowship and goodwill in national and international affairs. Round Table India, the association, was formed in 1962 with just a membership of 100. It has, over the last 4 decades, grown to become a 4600 member strong association, individuals who can rise above personal concerns to seek and serve the larger needs of the community. Round Table Trust is a Trust floated by its parent body. and News Now Nation as the Media Partner of the initiative, to reach out to the underprivileged here in Allahabad and help them get through the winter season providing them blankets, bed sheets, woolen clothes & other old clothes which they can use.

Apart from LawPrepTutorial and Round Table India, other NGOs and Govt. Bodies have also joined this initiative.
The organisers also aim to help these people by connecting and collaborating with NGOs and other private and Govt bodies.
The initiative was started on the eve of Choti Diwali after the Pooja and shall go on this entire month after which the collected clothes shall be donated at the end of this month. This event was attended by Dr. Vive Khatri, Chairman, Round Table India 192, Mr Gaurav Agarwal, Director, Law Prep Tutorial Prayagraj, Diksha Mehrotra, Coordinator, Law Prep Tutorial, Akash Chauhan, Law Prep Tutorial, Apoorva Pandey, Advocate, Allahabad High Court amongst others.
LPT Prayagraj’s Director Mr. Gaurav Agarwal said that the covid period has been extremely difficult for all of us so now when we have this opportunity to celebrate the festivities with our loved ones then why not share some of our happiness with those who are not as fortunate as us and therefore we came up with the idea of Sneh Shakti with the motto of har ghar diwali.
Anyone can be a part of this noble initiative, all you have to do is make a bundle of all the clothes you no longer need and deliver it at the Law Prep Tutorial Prayagraj’s office between 11 am to 5 pm. The clothes should be washed, clean and not torn as they are going to be used by someone else.
In order to connect with this campaign you can also give a missed call at 888-1320-121 and the organizers shall reach out to you.

Law Prep Tutorial Coaching Students celebrate India’s 100 crore vaccination milestone

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday thanked the whole nation for making the mass COVID-19 vaccination campaign a “super success” a day after India reached the historic milestone of vaccinating more than 100 crore people.

“On 21st October, India accomplished the target of 1 billion COVID-19 vaccinations. This achievement belongs to every individual in the country

After the announcement, several world leaders congratulated India on this achievement.PM Modi on Thursday expressed gratitude towards COVID-19 vaccine manufacturers, healthcare workers and all others involved in the vaccination drive.

“It is a matter of pride for us that India’s vaccination programme has been science-born, science-driven and science-based,”
From the development of vaccines to inoculation, science and science-based approach has been involved in all processes, he asserted.
Taking everyone along, the country started the campaign of ‘Sabko Vaccine, Muft Vaccine’.

Owing to this huge achievement, the students, faculty, staff and Director of LPT, Prayagraj decided to celebrate it by cake cutting ceremony wherein everyone wished for a healthy and pandemic free life.


रोटरी इलाहाबाद की वाद विवाद प्रतियोगिता में महर्षि पतंजलि की मधूलिका अव्वल

रोटरी क्लब इलाहाबाद द्वारा सिविल लाइन्स स्थित गोल्डेन ऐप्पल होटल में इंटर तक के छात्र छात्राओं के लिए ‘वर्चुअल शिक्षा के फ़ायदे व नुकसान’ विषय पर एक वाद विवाद प्रतियोगिता का आयोजन किया गया।यह जानकारी देते हुए रोटरी सचिव रोहित मेहरोत्रा ने बताया कि इस कार्यक्रम के मुख्य अतिथि इलाहाबाद के सहायक परिवहन अधिकारी डॉ सियाराम वर्मा थे।कार्यक्रम की अध्यक्षता रविन्द्र गुप्ता ने की।मुख्य अतिथि का परिचय डॉ अशोक शुक्ल ने तथा स्वागत आनंद वैश्य ने किया।प्रतियोगिता में प्रथम स्थान महर्षि पतंजलि विद्या मंदिर की मधूलिका भार्गव ने,द्वितीय स्थान सेंट मेरीज़ की मानसी लाल ने तथा तृतीय स्थान बेथनी कॉन्वेंट की सृजल मिश्रा ने प्राप्त किया।प्रतियोगिता में कुल 12 छात्र छात्राओं ने भाग लिया।निर्णायक मंडल में प्रोफेसर नीरजा सचदेव, प्रोफेसर अरविंद अग्रवाल तथा डॉ सुधीर शुक्ल रहे।कार्यक्रम का कुशल संचालन सुनील जायसवाल ने तथा आभार डॉ अंजू गुप्ता ने ज्ञापित किया।इस कार्यक्रम में ज़िला दिव्यांग सशक्तिकरण अधिकारी नंद किशोर याग्निक, देशदीपक आर्य,वरुण जायसवाल, राजीव रंजन अग्रवाल, मृगनयनी आर्या, अजय अग्रवाल, संदीप मिश्र,अभिषेक अग्रवाल तथा मुकेश अग्रवाल की उपस्थिति उल्लेखनीय रही।।

Craft Your Personal Brand Intentionally, not accidentally!

Everybody knows that you need to work hard in your current job if you want to be considered for new opportunities, whether inside or outside of your company. But, have you even wondered why some people seem to have all the luck? They always happen to be at just the right place at just the right time when opportunity knocks. Sure, they work hard and do a good job. So do lots of people — including you! So what sets them apart from the rest, you ask? Answer is personally branding

1. Be Genuine

2. Tell a story

3. Be consistent

4. Be ready to fall/fail

5. Create a positive impact

6. Follow a successful example

7. Live your brand

8. Let the other people tell your story

9. Have a focus

10. Leave a legacy

All of us at Panacea are either building your company or your company’s brand. Our media initiatives include massive media projects like #KumbhMela, major Indian elections, running a news portal and it also includes handing personal image building of top notch people in respective sectors. Reach me at to attend a free webinar.

Legal Current Affairs by LPT

If you’re preparing for CLAT, Current Affairs play a significant role in securing a good score. So, you need to be updated with the daily current affairs and current happenings across the globe. Here is a list of some legal current affairs that took place this week.

Plea to declare PM CARES fund a ‘State’. 

Delhi High Court has asked the Centre to respond to a plea that seeks to declare “Prime Minister’s Citizen Assistance and Relief in Emergency Situations (PM CARES) Fund a State under the Constitution.

Key Points• The petition was filed by a lawyer, Samyak Gangwal.• The hearing was posted by a bench comprising of Chief Justice D.N. Patel and Justice Jyoti Singh on September 13, 2021.• Petition seeks to declare PM CARES Fund a ‘State’ under Article 12 in order to ensure transparency in its functioning.

Court’s conclusion

According to the Delhi High Court, PM CARES Fund is not ‘State’ under the Constitution. So, the use of the domain name ‘gov,’ Prime Minister’s photograph, State emblem, etc., should be stopped.

About the petition• According to the petition, the PM CARES Fund was created by the prime minister on March 27, 2020, to extend assistance to the citizens of India in the aftermath of the COVID-19 Pandemic.• It does not allege any wrongdoing on the part of the fund. However, as the trustees of PM CARES Fund are high government functionaries, it becomes necessary that checks and balances mentioned in Part III of the Constitution are put in place on the functioning of the PM CARES fund in order to do away with any chance of allegation.• He also filed one petition to declare PM CARES as a ‘public authority’ under the Right to Information (RTI) Act.

About PM CARES Fund

PM CARES fund was created on March 27, 2020, in the backdrop of the COVID-19 pandemic. Fund was created to combat, contain and boost relief efforts against the pandemic. Documentation for the creation of this fund has not been made public. Prime Minister of India, Narendra Modi, is the chairman of this fund. Its trustees comprises of Minister of Defence (Rajnath Singh), Minister of Home Affairs (Amit Shah), and Minister of Finance (Nirmala Sitharaman).

Assam passed the Cattle Preservation Bill.

Assam Assembly passed the “Assam Cattle Preservation Bill, 2021” on August 13, 2021.

About the bill• Assam Cattle Preservation Bill, 2021 prohibits the sale and purchase of beef in areas inhabited by non-beef-eating communities.• It prohibits interstate transport of cattle to/from and through Assam without any valid documents. This clause was included ostensibly to look after cattle smuggling to Bangladesh.• It also prohibits the sale and purchase of beef within a radius of 5 km of a temple or a satra (Vaishnavite monastery).• This bill will repeal the Assam Cattle Preservation Act, 1950.• It was passed with the aim of regulating the “slaughter, consumption, illegal transportation” of cattle.


The bill was introduced in the Assembly on July 12, citing that the 1950 Act lacked “sufficient legal provisions” of regulating slaughter, consumption, and the transportation of cattle. Thus, the new legislation was the need of the hour.

Provision of fine under the new law

According to the new law, anybody who is found to be guilty will be jailed for a minimum term of three years which can be extended for eight years. Provision of Rs 3 lakh is also there, which can be extended up to Rs 5 lakh. For repeat offenders, punishment will be doubled. However, the law will not be applied to “religious occasions.” On such occasions, the slaughter of cattle excluding cow, heifer, and calf is allowed.

Why is cattle slaughter controversial in India?

Cattle slaughter, particularly cow slaughter, is controversial in India. This is because of cattle’s traditional status as a respected and endeared living being in Hinduism, Jainism, Sikhism, Buddhism, and Zoroastrianism. On the other hand, it is considered an acceptable source of meat by Muslims, Christians, and other non-Dharmic Religions like Animists and non-Indian Zoroastrians. Legislation against cattle slaughter is in place in most of the Indian states except in Kerala, Goa, West Bengal, and Northeast India.

Stay tuned for more updates on CLAT Current Affairs and other CLAT related articles. 

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Author : Gaurav Virendra Agrawal

Managing Partner, Law Prep Tutorial

Co-founder Panacea People Network

Contact Number 7348443991



History of Round Table International

The founder, Louis Marchesi, was a young member of Norwich Rotary Club who felt a need existed for a club where the young business men of the town could gather, on a regular basis. At their meetings they could exchange ideas, learn from the experiences of their colleagues and play a collective part in the civic life of Norwich. Within a year of inception the membership of this Round Table had grown to 85 and interest was being shown in establishing Round Tables elsewhere. A second Round Table was established in Portsmouth and subsequent growth was rapid, with 125 Tables and a membership of 4,600 by 1939. Round Table proved it had international appeal with the first overseas Table formed in Copenhagen in 1936.

After 1945 the pattern of growth was rapidly re-established with Tables being ‘chartered’ all over the UK. Today there are about 900 Tables with a membership of around 10,000.


Round Table India (RTI) is an organization of non-political and non-sectarian young men between the age group of 18 and 40. The aim of the young men is to promote service, fellowship and goodwill in national and international affairs. Round Table India, the association, was formed in 1962 with just a membership of 100. It has, over the last 4 decades, grown to become a 4600 member strong association, individuals who can rise above personal concerns to seek and serve the larger needs of the community. Round Table Trust is a Trust floated by its parent body.

We have 303 chapters called ‘Tables’ located in 124 cities and towns of India, comprising of 4600 young leaders from business, entrepreneurs, technocrats and professionals…all passionate about eradicating illiteracy.

Round Table India is a service organization with a National Executive and a well-structured organization. We have an independent budget for administration which takes care of the administrative costs of our organization.

Round Table India Trust is a Public Charitable Trust registered u/s 12 AA of IT Act. It has got 80 G approval issued by ITO, Chennai. It has also obtained registration from Govt. of India, Ministry of Home Affairs, New Delhi to receive foreign donations.

Round Table India’s main object is to promote education through its National Project


Even after 65 years of independence, Millions of Indian children have never, ever been to school. Illiteracy is a self-fulfilling curse that perpetuates the chain of poverty, degradation and child labor. To reach out to this group of underprivileged children, since the year 1996, RTI across the country started adopting projects aimed at providing quality school infrastructure, and then in 1998 this project was formalized and thus born the National Project of Round Table India “Freedom Through Education” – In pursuit of educating underprivileged children

Round Table India’s focus on Infrastructure-Building is aimed at promoting Education for Posterity and hence RTI has put in colossal efforts to build FTE School Blocks across the nation.

UNDER THE FTE PROGRAM, our Members (called Tablers) identify needy Schools for underprivileged that are operating from dilapidated or open structures; schools that have land available but little resources to take up big ticket expenditures like Construction. It is here that RTI steps in and builds School Blocks with Amenities across India to help such efforts and hands over newly constructed quality school Blocks to the school bodies.

Round Table India under Freedom Through Education has built 7141 Classrooms in 3041 Projects impacting 7.86 million Children.

Small Video on Round Table India

Teacher And A Guru…What’s The Difference Between The Two? #GuruPunima2021

The way we use the term ‘guru’ in the west (since we don’t understand it very well) is like a sort of ‘super teacher’.

There are a lot of people that present themselves as gurus, and that has nothing to do with whether they’re gurus or not, in the real sense of the term ‘guru.’

The difference is that a teacher points the way; the guru is the way.

The guru is a cooked goose, all their seeds are burned and they’re free, so when you’re with them, they are a clean mirror, so you only see your own stuff; that’s all you see, you don’t see your stuff mixed with their stuff, because they don’t have any stuff.  With the teacher, you never know what you’re getting, because part of what you see is their stuff, and part of it is your stuff.

You can certainly pick very high teachers. I mean I’m a teacher, obviously, I’m sitting up here teaching – I’m not a guru, but I’m a teacher, and the only way you know them is by your intuitive heart; and my suggestion is that the only thing you owe a teacher is for you to get yourself free. You don’t owe a teacher loyalty. A lot of people say, ‘Well, I’ve been teaching you now, support me or take care of me, or sign and promise me you will’ and I think that’s all nonsense. I think you should take what you can from every teacher, and then go on.

I think that the idea should be to focus on teachings not teachers.

If you focus on teachers rather than teachings, you will spend all your time becoming a connoisseur of clay feet; you know, ‘Is this one pure enough for me to take a teaching from?’ while all I know is when I need a teaching of some sort, I go towards somebody who’s teaching that, and I take the teaching, and I keep taking the part of that which feels intuitively right with my own heart; I do not take any teaching from somebody that goes against my own heart. Every time I have done that, there has been a karmic cost to that, because only intuitively do I know what I need, and I must trust that more than I must trust somebody else telling me what I need.

– Ram Dass, excerpt from the 1989 Summer Retreats – The Listening Heart – Spiritual Practice/Daily Life (Q&A)

Difference between a Guru and a Teacher !!!

1. A teacher takes responsibility for your growth.

A Guru makes you responsible for your growth.

2.A teacher gives you things you do not have and require.

A Guru takes away things you have and do not require.

3. A teacher answers your questions.

A Guru questions your answers.

4. A teacher requires obedience and discipline from the pupil.

A Guru requires trust and humility from the pupil.

5. A teacher clothes you and prepares you for the outer journey.

A Guru strips you naked and prepares you for the inner journey.

6. A teacher is a guide on the path.

A Guru is a pointer to the way.

7. A teacher sends you on the road to success.

A Guru sends you on the road to freedom.

8. A teacher explains the world and its nature to you.

A Guru explains yourself and your nature to you.

9. A teacher instructs you.

A Guru constructs you.

10. A teacher sharpens your mind.

A Guru opens your mind.

11. A teacher reaches your mind.

A Guru touches your soul.

12. A teacher instructs you on how to solve problems.

A Guru shows you how to resolve issues.

13. A teacher is a systematic thinker.

A Guru is a lateral thinker.

14. A teacher leads you by the hand.

A Guru leads you by example.

15.When a teacher finishes with you, you celebrate.

When a Guru finishes with you, life celebrates.

Let us honour both !!

Reliance 44th AGM 2021: Executive Summary & key announcements

All directors of the company, CFOs, company secretary and representatives were present at the meeting, with several lakh shareholders watching the virtual AGM from home.

New Energy business

• RIL launches new energy business and creates Dhirubhai Amban Green Energy Giga Complex

• Overall initial investment in new energy business will be Rs 75,000 crore

• Reliance New Energy Council established which is partnering with leading universities and tech companies

• Four Giga Factories announced: Integrated solar photovoltaic module factory – production of solar energy; Advanced every storage battery factory – Storage of intermittent energy; Electrolyser factory – Production of green hydrogen; Fuel cell factory – Converting hydrogen into mobile & stationary power

• India will play a leading role in transform the global energy landscape by growing sustainable business and providing leadership

• Repurposing existing assets to create sustainable economic environment; multi decade growth plan

JioPhone Next

• Google and Jio announce JioPhone Next; a fully featured android smartphone

• JioPhone Next will be availabe from 10th September this year

• JioPhone Next is an ultra affordable smartphone, says Ambani

Aramco-RIL partnership

• Yasir Al-Rumayyan Chairman of Saudi Aramco and Governor PIF joins Reliance board as an independent director, while YP Trivedi retires from Reliance board

• To achieve accelerated growth, Reliance looks forward to adding Saudi Aramco as strategic partnership in O2C business, said Mukesh Ambani

• The Aramco-RIL partnership will be formalized this year, with more updates awaited

• This is the beginning of internationalisation of Reliance, you will hear more about our international plans in the times to come, said Ambani

• Google Cloud and Jio announce 5G partnership, laying foundation for India’s digitisation

• Jio will use Google Cloud’s technology to power Jio’s 5G solutions

• Reliance has tested Jio 5G solutions in India and demonstrated speed of up to 1GBPS

• Jio is not just working to make India 2G-mukt, but also 5G-yukt, says Mukesh Ambani

• Entire 5G standalone network has be installed in RIL data centres and trial sites in Navi Mumbai

• Ambani said he is confident of being the first to launch a full-fledged 5G service in India

• Creating 100% owned intellectual property in 5G, AI/ML, blockchain, and mixed reality, says Ambani


• Reliance Retail has not only protected jobs, but also created over 65,000 new jobs, says Ambani

• “Reliance Retail is on a hyper-growth trajectory to grow at least 3x in the next 3-5 years”

• Ambani highlighted five key steps to deepen its retail arm: Establishing research design centres; further strengthening value ecosyestem; building state of the art supply chain infra; renewed focus on consumers; continue to acquire businesses

Reliance Chairman Mukesh Ambani made major announcements during the 44th Annual General Meeting (AGM), chief among which were Saudi Aramco Chairman Yasir Al-Rumayyan joining RIL’s board, the Google-Jio smartphone JioPhone Next, and Google Cloud joining hands with Reliance Jio for its 5G initiative.

Complete Video | | India Today

India clocked its highest ever single day vaccination numbers

Today, India has has given around 85 lakh vaccination doses. This is the highest single day number in the world. Thus India has vaccinated around the population of Israel or twice the population of New Zealand in a single day.

This has been driven by the efficient model of centralised model of vaccination along with ground level efforts by state governments.

NDA ruled states performed outstandingly in ramping up vaccination numbers. NDA ruled states accounted for around 70% of all vaccinations done today.

MP CM Shivraj Singh Chauhan had strived to achieve a big target today, which they did by vaccinating around 15 lakh. Similarly Karnataka vaccinated more than 10 lakh people. UP, Gujarat, Haryana were other leaders who all vaccinated more than/around 5 lakh people.

A stark contrast was visible with the lacklustre performance of opposition ruled states. Punjab, Jharkhand, Chattisgarh, Delhi on the other hand were not able to cross even 1 lakh vaccinations. Punjab, Chattisgarh & Delhi each have been given indicated availability of around 8 lakh vaccines till the end of this month. Chattisgarh has been indicated availability of around 3.5 lakh vaccines till the end of this month. Maharashtra also vaccinated around 3.6 lakh people, which is below par given its population and despite the availability of more than 33 lakh vaccines till the end of this month.

Truth About WhatsApp University

After a Morning walk, a Group of Doctors were standing at a road-side Restaurant enjoying a Cup of Tea..They saw a Man limping towards them..

One Doctor said, “he has Arthritis in his Left Knee..”

The second said, “he has Plantar Faciitis..”

The third said, “just an Ankle Sprain..”

The fourth said, “see that Man cannot lift his Knee, he looks to have Lower Motor Neuron disease..”

“But to me he seems a Hemiplegia Scissors Gait,” said the fifth

Before the sixth could proclaim his Diagnosis, the Man reached the Group and asked,

“Is there a Cobbler nearby who can repair my Slipper.?”

This is exactly how the Experts talk in Social Media & Television on ALL THE ISSUES these days..

What are the 8 laws of karma?

“Simply, everything you do creates either a positive or negative consequence,”

Everything is energy, including your thoughts and emotions, which are energy in motion. So, in essence, everything you do creates a corresponding energy that comes back to you in some form.

Using karma as a set of powerful guidelines for your life can incentivize you to be more mindful of your thoughts, actions, and deeds before you make decisions. 

With that in mind, think of the laws of karma as guidelines to follow as you go through daily life. The 12 laws of karma can help you understand how karma really works and how to create good karma in your life. Let’s look at each of these laws in more detail.

1. The great law or the law of cause and effect

When most people talk about karma, they’re likely referring to the great law of cause and effect. According to this law, whatever thoughts or energy you put out, you get back — good or bad. In order to get what you want, you have to embody and be worthy of those things. It’s the concept of what you reap, you sow. “For example, if you want love in your life, be loving to yourself,”

2. The law of creation

The law of creation underscores the importance that life doesn’t just happen to us. To make things happen in your life, you need to take action, instead of waiting for something to magically come your way. “You are the co-creator of making what you want, based on your intentions,” Also consider how you can use your skills, talents, and strengths to create something that not only benefits you but others, too

3. The law of humility

Creator of The Daily Meditation, the law of humility is based on the principle that you must be humble enough to accept that your current reality is the result of your past actions. For example, if you’re blaming your colleagues for your poor performance at work, Harrison says you must accept that you created this reality by not performing as well as you could have.

4. The law of growth

Growth starts within us. To positively shape the world, you need to start with yourself. That’s because real change or personal growth begins with what you have control over, which is yourself, not others. The law of growth also looks at the things you can’t control and how you deal with accepting this fate. Ultimately, your focus should be on you, not trying to control the people or things around you.

5. The law of responsibility

Alex Tran, a yoga instructor based in Seattle, Washington, says the law of responsibility is her favorite law to teach in class. “It’s a reminder that you own what happens to you in life. It’s a great reminder that what happens to you is because of you. This eliminates the opportunity for you to look outward to find the cause of your problems,” Tran explains. She likes to use this to describe the karma law of responsibility: “You are the product of the choices you make.”

6. The law of focus

Focusing on too many things at once can slow you down and lead to frustration and negativity. That’s why the law of focus encourages you to concentrate on one thing at a time. “If you focus on higher values like love and peace, then you’re less likely to be distracted by heavy feelings of resentment, greed, or anger,” Patel says.

7. The law of here and now

To experience peace of mind, you have to embrace the present. This can only happen when you let go of negative thoughts or behaviors from your past. If you get too focused on past events, you’ll keep reliving them. One exercise Patel recommends to get in touch with the here and now is to get rooted into your senses. “Look around the room you are in, focus your eyes on something, blink, and say ‘I am here,’” she says.

8. law of change

According to this principle, history will continue to repeat itself until you learn from the experience and take steps to do something differently to stop the cycle. Change gives you a new path so that you can create a new future and a better version of yourself, free from the patterns of the past.

A Powerful Story on “Karma”

Have you made some mistakes in life?

When I started using pen in my primary school, and I made a mistake, I would try hard to erase it before submitting to my teacher.

Sometimes, I use chalk to clean my mistake but it later re-appeared. So I began to use saliva, it worked, but only to leave holes in my books. My teachers then used to beat me for being outrageously dirty. But all I tried to do was to cover my error.

One day, a kind hearted teacher Miss Charan who loved me so much called me aside and she said, ” Anytime you make a mistake, just cross it and move on” . She said further “Trying to erase your mistakes would only damage your book to nothing.

I told her in protest that I don’t want people to see my mistake. My loving teacher laughed and said ” Trying to erase your mistake will make more people know about your mess and the stigma is for life”.

Have you made some mistakes in life? Cross it over and move on. Don’t expose yourself as a result of trying to cover your mistakes. Better things are ahead of you.
Strike out your mistakes and move into 2021with a fresh note.

Happy last day of 2020❣️

This Diwali is more about being hopeful, for a healthy & happy tomorrow.

This Diwali is different. This Diwali is not about whether my house is sparkling clean, it is not about whether I have prepared a variety of mithais and namkeens, it is not about whether I have that perfect ethnic attire and jewelry for the occasion, it is not about a bucketful of bucks I would be spending on shopping and firecrackers, it is not about having a grand vacation at an exotic location, it is not even about whether I got a promotion or a raise…

This Diwali is more about Survival. It is about being grateful that we are still able to breathe and alive for this day. It is about being thankful for the love and care from our loved ones, It about being with the family under one roof and spending time together, It is about lighting a Diya for all those dear and near souls who left us, It is about extending support and spreading cheer to family and friends who have lost their people…It is about spreading happiness to those who have suffered losses in jobs and businesses…

This Diwali is more about being hopeful, for a healthy & happy tomorrow.

Papa’s Family with Papas blessings
Visited Hanuman Prasad Darbari Lal
Office 2020

If you give up on your Dream.. what is left ?

Don’t stop dreaming

Dream dream dream
As they only come true

Journey may be long
So take few thing along
Grit and determination
For desired destination

Passion and fire
To keep going higher

In your shining days
Don’t forget to pray.
And in your prayer don’t forget to
mention all those who stayed.
When you were just U
Without those shining shoes
No tie on ur collar
Clothes few inches smaller
Just man of your words
Not just
Dreaming dreaming dreaming
But believing believing believing.

National Education Policy 2020

नई शिक्षा नीति से जुड़े कुछ प्रश्न और उनके सम्भव उत्तर!

मोदी सरकार ने राष्ट्रीय शिक्षा नीति 2020 (NEP) को मंजूरी दी और मानव संसाधन विकास मंत्रालय का नाम बदलकर शिक्षा मंत्रालय कर दिया गया गया। देश के बुद्धिजीवी जमात और शोशल मीडिया में जहां एक ओर इस नीति की प्रशंसा हुई वहीं कुछ लोग इफ बट मोदी जी किया है तो गलते होगा कि तर्ज पर नुश्क निकालना शुरू कर दिए। हमने जब इस नीति को धैर्यपूर्वक पढ़कर इसकी समीक्षा की तो सोचा आम जनों के जेहन में भी इस नई नीति के बारे में अनेकों सवाल उठ रहे होंगे, इसलिये हमने एक प्रश्नोत्तरी के माध्यम से अपने पाठकों की जिज्ञासा खत्म करने की कोशिश की है।

आइए राष्ट्रीय शिक्षा नीति 2020 को विस्तार से प्रश्न- उत्तर शैली में समझते हैं!

1.सवाल: राष्ट्रीय शिक्षा नीति 2020 में बताए गए सुधार व बदलाव कैसे लागू होंगे?

उत्तर:- राष्ट्रीय शिक्षा नीति (NEP) में अभी शिक्षा सुधारों के सुझावों को मंजूरी मिली है।इन सुधारों का क्रियान्वयन होना बाकी है। जरूरी नहीं है कि नई शिक्षा नीति के सभी सुझाव मान ही लिए जाए, क्योंकि शिक्षा एक समवर्ती विषय है जिस पर केंद्र व राज्य सरकारें दोनों कानून बना सकती हैं। नई शिक्षा नीति में शिक्षा में सुधार के जो सुझाव दिए गए हैं, वो राज्य सरकारों व केंद्र के सहयोग से लागू किए जाएंगे।

2.सवाल: नई शिक्षा नीति कब लागू होगी?

उत्तर: राष्ट्रीय शिक्षा नीति 2020 अभी इतनी जल्दी लागू होने वाली नहीं है। सरकार ने खुद राष्ट्रीय शिक्षा नीति के सुझावों को पूरी तरह से लागू करने के लिए 2040 का टारगेट रखा है। हालांकि, इसके कई सुझाव आने वाले दो-तीन सालों में लागू हो सकते हैं। राष्ट्रीय शिक्षा नीति 2020 के फाइनल ड्राफ्ट में कहा गया है कि 2040 तक भारत के लिए एक ऐसी शिक्षा प्रणाली का लक्ष्य होना चाहिए, जहां किसी भी सामाजिक और आर्थिक पृष्ठभूमि से संबंध रखने वाले शिक्षार्थियों को समान रूप से सर्वोच्च गुणवत्ता की शिक्षा उपलब्ध हो। शिक्षा नीति को लागू करने के लिए फंड अहम है, इसलिए असल दिक्कत इसे लागू करने में होगी। 1968 में बनी पहली राष्ट्रीय शिक्षा नीति फंड के अभाव की वजह से पूरी तरह से लागू नहीं हो पाई थी।

3.सवाल: क्या बोर्ड की परीक्षाएं होंगी या नहीं?

उत्तर: नई शिक्षा नीति में दसवीं और बारहवीं कक्षा की बोर्ड परीक्षाओं में बड़े बदलाव किए गए हैं। बोर्ड की परीक्षाएं होंगी, लेकिन इनके महत्व को कम किया जाएगा। साल में दो बार बोर्ड परीक्षाएं होंगी, लेकिन विद्यार्थियों पर अब बोर्ड परीक्षाओं का दबाव कम हो जाएगा। विद्यार्थियों के रटने की प्रवृत्ति को कम करने के लिए विषयों के कॉन्सेप्ट और ज्ञान को महत्व दिया गया है। विद्यार्थियों को बोर्ड परीक्षाएं पास करने के लिए कोचिंग की जरूरत नहीं होगी।

बोर्ड परीक्षाओं को दो हिस्सों- वस्तुनिष्ठ और व्याख्त्मक श्रेणियों में विभाजित किया गया है।परीक्षा में मुख्य जोर ज्ञान के परीक्षण पर होगा ताकि छात्रों में रटने की प्रवृत्ति खत्म हो। विभिन्न बोर्ड आने वाले वक्त में बोर्ड परीक्षाओं के प्रैक्टिकल मॉडल को तैयार करेंगे। नई शिक्षा नीति के तहत कक्षा तीन, पांच एवं आठवीं में भी परीक्षाएं होगीं। 10वीं व 12वीं की बोर्ड परीक्षाएं बदले स्वरूप में होंगी। बोर्ड परीक्षाओं को लेकर ये अहम बदलाव 2022-23 वाले सत्र से लागू करने की मंशा है। दरअसल, 10+2 की जगह नई शिक्षा नीति में 5+3+3+4 की बात की गई है।

4.सवाल: जो बच्चे अभी नर्सरी में हैं, उनको क्या करना है?

उत्तर: जो बच्चे अभी नर्सरी में हैं, उनके अभिभावकों को 5+3+3+4 फॉर्मूला समझने में मुश्किल हो रही होगी। पहले यह बता दें कि अभी नई शिक्षा नीति का क्रियान्वयन नहीं हुआ है। इसलिए, सारे बदलाव इसके क्रियान्वयन के बाद होंगे। अभी जैसे चल रहा है, उसी तरह से चलेगा। लेकिन इसके लागू होने के बाद प्ले स्कूल के शुरुआती साल भी अब स्कूली शिक्षा में जुड़ेंगे। यह सबसे अहम बदलाव है।

अब बच्चे 6 साल की जगह 3 साल की उम्र में फ़ॉर्मल स्कूल में जाने लगेंगे। अभी तक 6 साल की उम्र में बच्चे पहली क्लास मे जाते थे, नई शिक्षा नीति लागू होने पर भी 6 साल में बच्चा पहली क्लास में ही होगा। पर पहले के 3 साल भी फॉर्मल शिक्षा वाले होंगे। यानी कि प्ले-स्कूल के शुरुआती साल भी स्कूली शिक्षा में जुड़ेंगे।

5. सवाल: जो अगले साल कॉलेज जाएंगे उनके लिए क्या?

उत्तर: नई शिक्षा नीति में उच्च शिक्षा में कई अहम बदलाव किए गए हैं। लेकिन ये बदलाव कब से लागू होंगे इसे लेकर अभी कोई जानकारी नहीं दी गई है। बारहवीं के बाद अभी जो विद्यार्थी कॉलेज जाएंगे, ऐसे में संभव है कि वो विद्यार्थी पुराने स्नातक और स्नातकोत्तर पाठ्यक्रम के हिसाब से ही दाखिला पाएंगे। दरअसल, नई शिक्षा नीति के हिसाब से अब ग्रेजुएशन में छात्र चार साल का कोर्स पढ़ेगें, जिसमें बीच में कोर्स को छोड़ने की गुंजाइश भी दी गई है। छात्र अगर कोर्स बीच में ही छोड़ देते हैं, तो उनको ड्रापआउट घोषित नहीं किया जाएगा।

  1. सवाल: उच्च शिक्षा में नई शिक्षा नीति में क्या अहम बदलाव हुए हैं? विस्तार से बताएं।

उत्तर: नई शिक्षा नीति में छात्र स्नातक में चार साल का पाठ्यक्रम पढ़ेंगे। इसमें भी विकल्प दिया गया है। जो विद्यार्थी ग्रेजुएशन के बाद नौकरी करना चाहते हैं एवं हायर एजुकेशन में नहीं जाना चाहते, उनके लिए तीन साल की डिग्री रखी गई है। वहीं, शोध में जाने वाले विद्यार्थियों के लिए चार साल की डिग्री रखी गई है।
चार साल की डिग्री करने वाले विद्यार्थी एक साल में स्नातकोत्तर कर पाएंगे। अगर कोई छात्र इंजीनियरिंग कोर्स को दो साल में ही छोड़ देता है, तो उसे डिप्लोमा प्रदान किया जाएगा। पांच साल का संयुक्त ग्रेजुएट -मास्टर कोर्स लाया जाएगा। अगर चार साल के डिग्री कोर्स में कोई विद्यार्थी पहले साल में ही कॉलेज छोड़ देता है, तो उसे सर्टिफिकेट मिलेगा। जबकि दूसरे साल के बाद एडवांस सर्टिफिकेट और तीसरे साल के बाद छोड़ने पर डिग्री मिलेगी। अगर विद्यार्थी पूरे चार साल पढ़ेगा तो चार साल बाद की डिग्री उसे शोध के साथ मिलेगी। इसी तरह से पोस्ट ग्रेजुएट में तीन तरह के विकल्प होंगे। जिन्होंने तीन साल का डिग्री कोर्स किया है उनके लिए दो साल का मास्टर्स होगा। दूसरा- चार साल के डिग्री कोर्स करने वाले विद्यार्थियों के लिए एक साल का एमए होगा। तीसरा- पांच साल का इंटिग्रेडेट प्रोग्राम होगा जिसमें स्नातक और स्नातकोत्तर दोनों एक साथ हो जाए।

  1. सवाल: नई शिक्षा नीति में एमफिल और पीएचडी के लिए क्या प्रावधान हैं?

उत्तर- नई शिक्षा नीति में एमफिल को खत्म कर दिया गया है।अब पीएचडी के लिए चार साल की डिग्री शोध के साथ अनिवार्य होगी।

  1. सवाल: 5+3+3+4 फॉर्मेंट क्या है?

उत्तर: नई शिक्षा नीति में 10+2 की जगह सरकार 5+3+3+4 का फॉर्मूला लाई है। इसमें 5 का अर्थ है कि तीन साल प्री-स्कूल के और उसके बाद के दो साल पहली और दूसरी कक्षा के। 3 का अर्थ है- तीसरी, चौथी और पांचवी कक्षा। इसके बाद के 3 का अर्थ है- छठी, सांतवीं और आठवीं कक्षा। आखिर वाले 4 का अर्थ है- नौवीं, दसवीं, ग्यारहवीं और बारहवीं कक्षा।
यानी बच्चे अब तीन साल की उम्र में फॉर्मल स्कूल में जाने लगेंगे। छह साल की उम्र में बच्चा पहले की तरह की पहली कक्षा में होगा। दरअसल, नई व्यवस्था में प्ले-स्कूल के शुरुआती साल भी स्कूली शिक्षा में जोड़े गए हैं।

  1. सवाल: 2030 तक हर जिले में उच्च शिक्षण संस्थान और नेशनल रिसर्च फाउंडेशन क्या है?

उत्तर: नई शिक्षा नीति में शोध के लिए नेशनल रिसर्च फाउंडेशन स्थापित करने की बात कही गई है। उच्च शिक्षण संस्थानों को बहु विषयक संस्थानों में बदला जाएगा। 2030 तक हर जिले में एक उच्च शिक्षण संस्थान स्थापित किया जाएगा। ऑनलाइन शिक्षा के लिए क्षेत्रीय भाषाओं में कंटेट तैयार होगा, वर्चुअल लैब, डिजिटल लाइब्रेरी, स्कूलों, शिक्षकों और छात्रों को डिजिट संसाधनों से लैस किया जाएगा। कला, संगीत, शिल्प, खेल, योग, सामुदायिक सेवा जैसे सभी विषयों को भी पाठ्यक्रम में शामिल किया जाएगा।

अब छठी कक्षा से ही बच्चे को प्रोफेशनल और स्किल की शिक्षा दी जाएगी। स्कूल में ही बच्चे को नौकरी के जरूरी प्रोफेशनल शिक्षा दी जाएगी। पांचवीं तक और जहां तक संभव हो सके आठवीं तक मातृभाषा में ही शिक्षा उपलब्ध कराई जाएगी। नेशनल एसेसमेंट सेंटर बनाया जाएगा जो बच्चों के सीखने की क्षमता का वक्त-वक्त पर परीक्षण करेगा।

  1. सवाल: यूजीसी को खत्म कर रेगुलेटरी बॉडी क्या है?

उत्तर: नई शिक्षा नीति में यूजीसी, एनसीटीई और एआईसीटीई को खत्म करके एक रेगुलेटरी बॉडी बनाई जाएगी। हालांकि, अभी यह नहीं बताया गया है कि इस नियामक बॉडी का स्वरूप कैसा होगा। कॉलेजों को स्वायत्ता (ग्रेडेड ओटोनॉमी) देकर 15 साल में विश्वविद्यालयों से संबद्धता की प्रक्रिया को पूरी तरह से खत्म कर दिया जाएगा। उच्च शिक्षण संस्थानों में प्रवेश के लिए कॉमन एंट्रेंस एग्जाम होगा। यह संस्थान के लिए अनिवार्य नहीं होगा। राष्ट्रीय परीक्षा एजेंसी यह परीक्षा कराएगी।

नई शिक्षा नीति में स्कूल शिक्षा और उच्च शिक्षा में दस-दस बड़े सुधारों पर मुहर लगाई गई है। प्री-प्राइमरी शिक्षा के लिए एक विशेष पाठ्यक्रम तैयार होगा। इसके तहत तीन से छह साल तक की आयु के बच्चे आएंगे। 2025 तक कक्षा तीन तक के छात्रों को मूलभूत साक्षरता तथा अंकज्ञान सुनिश्चित किया जाएगा। मिडिल कक्षाओं की पढ़ाई पूरी तरह बदल जाएगी। कक्षा छह से आठ के बीच विषयों की पढ़ाई होगी। फीस पर नियंत्रण के लिए तंत्र तैयार होगा। केंद्रीय विश्वविद्यालय, राज्य विश्वविद्यालय, डीम्ड विश्वविद्यालय और प्राइवेट विश्वविद्यालय के लिए एक ही नियम होगा। नई शिक्षा नीति में टेक्नोलॉजी और ऑनलाइन एजुकेशन पर जोर दिया गया है।हर जिले में कला, करियर और खेल-संबंधी गतिविधियों में भाग लेने के लिए एक विशेष बोर्डिंग स्कूल के रूप में ‘बाल भवन’ स्थापित किया जाएगा। मानव संसाधन विकास मंत्रालय (एमएचआरडी) का नाम बदलकर शिक्षा मंत्रालय किया गया है। विद्यार्थियों को स्कूल के सभी स्तरों और उच्च शिक्षा में संस्कृत को एक विकल्प के रूप में चुनने का अवसर दिया जाएगा। नई शिक्षा नीति में विदेशी विश्वविद्यालयों को भारत में कैंपस खोलने की अनुमति मिलेगी।

मित्रों नई शिक्षा नीति के तहत स्कूली शिक्षा से लेकर उच्च शिक्षा में कई अहम बदलाव हुए हैं और ये के. कस्तूरीरंगन की अध्यक्षता में बनी है। राष्ट्रीय शिक्षा नीति (NEP) 1986 में ड्राफ्ट हुई थी और 1992 में इसमें संशोधन (अपडेट) हुआ एवं करीब 34 साल बाद 2020 में इसमें कई अहम व महत्वपूर्ण बदलाव किए गए हैं। जिसे इसके 108 पेजों के ड्राफ्ट में 21वीं शताब्दी की पहली शिक्षा नीति बताया गया है, जिसका लक्ष्य देश के विकास के लिए अनिवार्य आवश्यकता को पूरा करना है। बता दें कि 2014 के लोकसभा चुनाव से पहले से ही राष्ट्रीय शिक्षा नीति सत्तारूढ़ भारतीय जनता पार्टी (BJP) के चुनाव घोषणापत्र का हिस्सा थी।

Gaurav Virendra Agrawal (Founder Panacea People Network) |

7 Desi & Practical ways to Avoid Distractions and Stay Focused

Here are 7 practical and desi tips to help you stay focused in education or at work by managing distraction, drawing healthy boundaries, and eliminating opportunities for procrastination.

1. “Ek Sadhey Sab Sadhey – Sab Sadhey Sab Jaye”

In today’s ever-demanding world, many of us think about part time jobs, careers or opportunities for alternate income. I personally don’t see much problem in that, it’s also said that don’t put all eggs in one basket. But such scenario surely leads to mess and confusing day schedules and leads to procrastination. That’s the problem. Now one of the practical solutions can be “One Time One Project” kind of focus. This idea I have got from Yogi jis ODOP policy. For me it works and for many of us it can work if we really define focus hours, weeks or days for a single project and then give our best to that.

2 . Keep Your Vision & Goals in Mind

First things first, why do you even need to focus? Do you want to become a skilled guitar player? Do you want to write a novel? Do you want to start working from home?

Think about it.

Knowing why we need to stay focused can help us push through the tough and tedious parts of accomplishing our goals. That’s when our ability to focus is really tested and when it’s most needed.

3. Become an early bird.

This is a simple thing, but the rewards are great if you can pull it off: Start your workday an hour before everyone else. Use that hour to organize your day and to get started before there are any distractions. Similarly, skip the long office lunches most days and instead give yourself a short break to take a walk or clear your head, with something light and nutritious to keep your blood sugar steady. You’re literally giving yourself time and energy.

4. Delegate.

Are you working long hours? Lagging behind? Let go of your ego and let go of your workload. Give your staff the challenges they want, and give yourself a break. You’ll become more efficient and your team will welcome the trust and faith you’ve invested in them.

We’ve given you some great tips. But are you really up for the challenge? If your answer is yes, then brace yourself — you’re going to be making significant sacrifices and changes in your daily routine.

5. Use Airplane Mode or Silent Mode

You can also use airplane mode to limit text message and phone call interruptions during certain times of day. If the idea of doing this gives you anxiety, you can always exempt specific numbers, such as those of loved ones or valued and important business associates. You can set “Do Not Disturb” mode on an iPhone to allow your designated “favorite” contacts to get through, while silencing other calls or messages.

6. Find the Right Place to Do Work

Some students work best with a little background noise, while others need complete quiet. Get to know your work style and the type of atmosphere you prefer. Are you the kind of person who works better in silence at the library? Or do you prefer the campus coffee shop with ambient noise? Try a few different spaces and see how each study session works out.

7. Break Down Your Work into Smaller Tasks

Defeat procrastination by breaking a large project into small pieces. It’s easier to motivate yourself to do something in smaller tasks rather than jumping into a huge one. If you’re having a difficult time studying or getting work done, break up your time effectively. Try giving yourself a 10-minute break for every 45-50 minutes of work you do. Studies show that taking breaks can help you retain information and increase productivity.

5 Work From Home Tips You Need to Be Super Productive during COVID-19

Are you struggling to work from home and be as productive as you were at the office?

But no matter how many work from home tips your boss gives you, your day always seems to take a weird turn around lunchtime. But just like any professional skill, being productive while working from home can easily be learned. So, in today’s post, we’re going to share 5 work from home tips for success that will keep you focused, productive, and excited about your work.

So get out of bed, read the rest of this article, and get ready to master the art of working from home.

1. Set a routine
If working from home is going to be an everyday thing, this is an essential step to success. Just like a structured day in an office environment, learn to structure your day in a similar way at home. Set hours for yourself and schedule out tasks so that you have direction throughout the day. Make the schedule and stick to it on a daily basis. Make sure to include time for lunch and also include time for breaks to refresh and recharge.

2. Separate work from home
One of the most difficult parts about working at home is separating your work-life from your home-life. To avoid having an imbalance between the two, stick to the hours you have set for yourself and when you’re outside those hours, disconnect from work. Whether that means turning off the computer, putting away your designs or turning off your phone. Also, creating a separate space to work in, like a home office, can greatly increase your productivity. Just because you work from home does not mean that work is your entire life.

3. Set up break timings
So you don’t work in a corporate office, that doesn’t mean that you’re stuck in one place. On days where you feel stir-crazy or unmotivated, switch venues and set up your office in a library or a study room for the day. This will prevent you from having an unproductive day and feeling antsy in your house. Even if it’s for an hour or so, venturing out of the house can help you regain your focus in a new setting.

4. Stay connected
Working at home can be feel lonely and isolated. To avoid feeling disconnected and bored, schedule coffee meetings, lunch dates and meet with clients outside of your home on a regular basis. Even heading to a coffee shop can prevent you from feeling disconnected from the working world.

5. Recognize distractions
Working at home will usually provide more distractions than an office environment. From kids to phone calls, your day can get interrupted more often than you’d like it to. In these moments it can be easy to get frustrated that your day isn’t going as planned. Recognize the distraction and take the time you need to regroup and get back to work. Going back and forth from life to work over and over can become exhausting and really dampen the quality of your work.

‪”Discipline is choosing between what you want now and what you want most.”