Monthly Archive: September 2011

Spiritual leaders of India: God-men or Businessmen of spiritualism?

Indian spiritual leaders like Nityanand, Asa Ram Bapu are very much in limelight these days. In fact both media and masses have given them adequate coverage and worldwide publicity. Their cult of devotees includes politicians, scientists and business men. But lately they have been involved in fatal scandals although their aura remained unharmed owing to the spiritual prejudice of Indians

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Shouldn’t there be Eligibility Criteria for becoming a politician or minister?

Unlike other government jobs political leaders need no educational or extracurricular qualifications in order to hold the position of a minister.These are small positions but a politician or minister has huge responsibilities, then why not there is an criteria or exam set to judge the qualities of a political candidate?

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Importance of Effective Communication Skills

Effective communication skills are of large interest to the companies wherein large number of their employees is engaged in interpersonal situation. No matter if you are a sales person, BPO agent or even a medical profession you should have sufficient knowledge and Importance of effective communication skill.

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IGNOU distance education courses: Detail

IGNOU distance education courses Detail - Chakreview.com

IGNOU distance education courses:As of now IGNOU, have 43 regional study centers, 6 sub-regional centers and 1400 total study centers offering 520 study programs through 3,500courses to about 30 lakh students all over the country. Most of the programs offered by this Open University are doctorate, masters, bachelors, post-graduate programs and undergraduate as well certificate programs.

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Child labour in India: Future in dark

Child labour in India: Statistics
Actually, child labour is strict violations of many concrete rights of children and is considered as serious grievance and complex social problem in the Indian society. According to National Sample Survey Organization, India have almost 16.4 million children between the age of 5-14 engaged in economic, domestic or non-remunerative work whereas the same figure was put forth by World Bank to be 44 million.

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Issues that dominate Indian elections: Emotional or practical?

For years due to wide retrospective approach of Indian politicians to manipulate people minds and lure them to vote in their favor has witnessed wide emotional appeals and manifestos that are focusing caste, religion, reservation etc. which works as divide and rule principle i.e. divide people based upon these emotional things and enjoy power. These emotional outcries often lead to weak government strengths that are ruling as coalition based bureaucracies.

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What are your Fundamental rights as a citizen of India?

According to these fundamental rights, our constitution guarantees us civil liberties to lead our lives in peace and harmony. In individual rights every Indian citizen in entitled to receive human rights as per the liberal democracy stature like equity before law, freedom of speech as well expression, freedom of association and peaceful assembly, freedom to practice religion and right to constitutional remedies for protecting their civil rights by writs. By any chance or by any means, if any Indian citizen forbids and violates these laws he is entitled to punishment as per the laws in Indian Penal Code under equivalent judiciary.

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Details about BPO interview questions

Some of the best strategies that will help you crack any interview are to find out what people want then show them how you are able and helpful to get it for them.

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A Career in Investment Banking

The Investment Banking career offers an attractive destination for those ready to burn mid night oil and dream of earning fat pay packages. It involves working on deals to raise equity and debt capital for companies as well as mergers & acquisitions. The Investment Bankers provide valuation estimations of the financial and corporate deals of the companies. The career of an investment banker generally follows a standard path with five levels including Analyst, Associate, Vice President, Director and Managing Director.. Salaries for the different levels look something like this – INR 5-9LPA for Analyst, INR 7-13 LPA for Associate and INR 10-40 LPA for Vice President.

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