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Best Paying Jobs after MBA in India

Best Paying Jobs after MBA in India - 100Careers.com

he field of commerce has been expanding exponentially. There are endless opportunities and job prospects in this arena. These jobs have a lot of offer in terms of learning, experience and even salary packages! Some of the best paying jobs in commerce are open to those who have an MBA degree. Let us have a quick look at few best paying jobs after MBA in India:

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Top 10 Most Corrupt and Least Corrupt Countries in World

What comes up as a new reminder of corruption, secret dealings, bribery and abuse of power is the Corruption Perceptions Index 2013. The Index reveals the continuing ravage of societies all across the globe. This Corruption Perceptions Index 2013 has scored 177 nations and territories of the world on a scale of 0 to 100, where 0 score indicated the nation/ territory being highly corrupt and 100 score indicated the nation/ territory being very clean. It did not comes as a surprise that none of the 177 nations and territories achieved a perfect score. However, what is disturbing is the fact that about 2/3rd of the world’s nations and territories scored less than 50. The conditions are becoming all the more severe and needs to be addressed. The scores themselves indicate the seriousness and the global problem of corruption expanding. Some urgent and strict steps need to be taken. A renewed worldwide effort has to be organized to crack down the corruption rising from money laundering. Political finances are to be cleaned up, stolen assets have to be returned. The public institutions are to be made more transparent.

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Highest Paying Software Jobs in India

The IT sector is showing growth and expansion like never before. There are so many exciting job opportunities and career options within this field. The arena of IT has been attracting a lot of young talent chiefly because of better prospects and amazing pay packages. Software jobs, in particular, have become a major source of interest among the youth because of its challenging and lucrative nature. Most of these jobs require a Bachelor’s degree at entry level. Further qualification, diploma degree or certification enhances the prospects for the candidate. Let us have a quick look at the highest paying software jobs that a person can consider if they wish to make a career in IT field in India.

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Ethical Hacking: Government Jobs and Career Scope in India !

Ethical Hacking Government Jobs and Career Scope in India - Chakreview.com

Ethical Hacking is basically a form of hacking that is used for good reasons. Ethical hackers work similar to any other hacker but with the purpose of spotting loopholes in the security system in order to create better systems to prevent breach. Owing to the growing need of ethical hackers, this field is now emerging as a promising career option. A lot of government organizations are recruiting ethical

Ethical Hacking Government Jobs and Career Scope in India – Chakreview.com
Ethical Hacking Government Jobs and Career Scope in India – Chakreview.com

hackers in their respective IT teams. According to a survey conducted all over India, the job opportunities for ethical hackers is expected to grow over 77 thousand. Let us have a look at the prospects of a government job for ethical hackers in India.

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Do you know High Stress causes Blood Pressure Problems

Stress is running high these days. Busy and fast going day to day life and work is starting to show it side effects on the human body. The two major problems arising because of high stress in your system is blood pressure and diabetes. It is common knowledge that when you are under high levels of stress, your blood sugar level tends to run higher as well. It happens because the hormones that are produced under stress causes the blood sugar level in your system to rise preparing you for fight or flight.

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Cloud seeding : A Solution to Low Monsoon and Rains!

Cloud seeding - The weather modification A Solution to Low Monsoon and Rains! -Chakreview.com

Cloud seeding is the artificial process of getting rain, by weather modification. Rainfall happens when suppercooled droplets of water, become too heavy to remain suspended in air, fall and melts on their way to cause rain. Cloud seeding helps to get this process occur by altering precipitation,using chemicals such as silver iodide, potassium iodide and dry ice, spread through planes.
This process otherwise occurs naturally in the atmosphere. By the process of cloud seeding we can not only introduce rains but also enhance its amount in order to get more water in the target area or region. For this process, a variety of professionals are involved such as the meteorologists, pilots, aircraft technicians, radar engineers, etc. With time, the technology has undergone tremendous development in order to improvise the technique of delivering the rain inducing particles in the clouds as well as to monitor the seeded clouds so as to track the process and its results.

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Do You Know Modi Saved how much By Combining Ministries?

Modi’s decision of combining various industries will save India a huge cost. Reportedly, a single Cabinet Minister has a personal staff of 15, and a Minister of State has 13 staff members. In addition to the salary of the ministers, his/her staff costs an additional expense of 10 lakhs per month to the Indian government. The expenses of a minister do not end here as another 10 lakh is spend every month on his/her office, residence and luxuries. The Centre monthly spends approximately Rs. 20 lakhs excluding the minister’s salary on any minister. By Modi’s thoughtful decision of combining ministries, BJP-led government will be saving Rs. 2,50,00000 on an individual minister.

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Can Article 370 be revoked? How Let’s Analyze

The state is going for elections this year end, so if BJP can be able to form a majority Govt., only then it has power and freedom to got permission from J&K assembly to get resolution passed to remove Article 370, but it still hard nut to crack not impossible.

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BRICS Development Bank- How this can change Developing Countries Economy?

BRICS Development Bank- How this can change Developing Countries Economy -Chakreview.com

BRICS Development Bank is basically a proposed multilateral development bank which is to be operated by emerging developing countries named Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa that together constitute the BRICS consortium. Each of these nations account for about 1/5th of the economic activity in the world. They along with other non-developed countries have had painful encounters with the financial dominance of the West where they have been forced to make painful cuts in their budget and meet the stringent criteria to avail emergency loans from the International monetary fund (IMF) and World Bank.

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What is Uniform Civil Code, why is it necessary for India?

What is Uniform Civil Code, why is it necessary for India - Chakreview.com

In a layman’s term, the civil code is designed to cover the body of laws protecting and governing the right of the people in relation to property and otherwise, in personal affairs related to divorce, marriage, adoption, inheritance and maintenance.

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Time has come to Scrap Current Income Tax System and find alternatives

As per the taxation system in India, an assessee whose total salary is more than the maximum exemption limit is chargeable to income tax according to the rate(s) mentioned in the Finance Act. An assessee can be either an individual, Association of persons, Hindu Undivided Family, Body of Individuals, firm, company, local authority or any artificial judicial person not belonging to any of these categories.According to the data of 2011-12, there are a total of 3.10 crore individual assesses, 12.29 lacs firms, 4.96 companies, 1.19 lacs trusts, 7.61 lacs Hindu Undivided Family assesses and 95.84 other assesses. Roughly 89% of the tax payers belong to the INR 0 to 5 lacs slab, nearly 5.5% of them belong to the INR 5 to 10 lacs slab and about 1.3% of the tax payers are from the slab of above INR 20 lacs. Also, as per the recent records, only 5% people, who are mostly salaried, pay their income tax.

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Understanding Income TAX, Provident Fund and Gratuity

Understanding Income TAX, Provident Fund and Gratuity - Chakreview.com

Next, let us understand what Provident Fund is. It is basically a fund that has been constitutes of the contributions made an employee throughout the time he or she was working along with an equal contribution made by the employer. Only employees with a basic salary of up to INR 6,500 have to make the contribution while the employers with basic salary above this amount are presented with the option of becoming the member of PF

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Highest Paying Government Jobs in India!

Highest Paying Government Jobs in India - Chakreview.com

In India, Government jobs are the most sought after jobs for professionals. The jobs mostly entails fixed amount of working hours, stability, security and lots of other perks associated with it.
Here we present the list of the Highest Paying Government Jobs in India.

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SWOT Analysis of Modi Government: Can he deliver?

One of the greatest strengths of the Modi Government is that it is united under a leader that has an emphatic popular mandate. Also, since it is a trimmed cabinet, the chances of policy paralysis will be reduced. It will also make the decision making process faster. Another strength is that they have opted for merit as the criteria for selection over dynasty and coalition compulsions. As a leader, Modi’s biggest strength is that he is an economic pragmatist. He has shown great record of getting things accomplished. His Gujarat model of development and Vibrant Gujarat are the examples of the same

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What is Ram Setu , why so much controversy around it?

Ram Setu- The Adam's Bridge

Ram Setu (also called The Adam’s bridge) is the bridge that is believed to have been built by Lord Ram between India and Sri Lanka some million years ago. In the year 2001, when NASA first released the images of the bridge, it left people in awe that even after such a long time the bridge existed.

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