Time Management:

No matter how hard we strive to successfully accomplish our mission when and unless we set our pace to manage each job efficiently we will never be able to achieve our aim. Time, being such a vital element of existence, needs to be handled in the most respectable way.And if […]

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Design/Framework of Organisation

The business world of the early 21st century is radically different from that of the early 20th century, in two key respects. First, organizations now have to operate in a vastly more complex environment—one of globalization, hypercompetition, revolutionary technologies, and elaborate regulation. Such complexity implies an increased number of performance […]

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Cues of rationalism

Things like promoting kindness, increasing social connection, finding time affluence, so opening up sometimes we have free time, finding ways to control our thoughts so that we stay in the here and now, and these healthy practices of sleep and exercise that we don’t get as much as we should. […]

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Patent Pooling during COVID-19

The International Science Collaborations on COVID-19 has a new discussion on the table. The idea of patent pooling. Costa Rica, one of the countries in the meeting suggested the inkling of pooling the rights to deal with the current pandemic through minimal or at times free, preferably affordable licensing to […]

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Good lesson taught to China

   It has to be admitted that this time India has taught a good lesson to China. The leaders of China seem to be narcissistic and that is why because of their imperialistic attitude many countries are against them. And unfortunate incident in the Galwan River valley in June 2020, […]

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Child trafficking in India

Introduction Child trafficking can be defined as any person under 18 who is illegally recruited, transported, transferred, harboured or received by threats, force, and coercion or inducing fear for the purpose of exploitation, either within or outside a country. Child trafficking is a common malpractice in India. Child exploitation is […]

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carrer after law

bachelor of legislative laws is the undergraduate professional degree that is sought by students to get into a legal profession. LLB is abbreviated as Legum Baccalaureus, which means Bachelor of Laws. The course covers legal procedures, legal principles, ideals of corporate governance, and laws and regulations of countries. There are […]

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sustainable development

WHAT IS SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT? Sustainability is development that satisfies the needs of the present without compromising the capacity of future generations, guaranteeing the balance between economic growth, care for the environment and social well-being. it is a concept that appeared for the first time in 1987 with the publication of the Brundtland […]

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paid media

The Department-Related Parliamentary Standing Committee on Information Technology presented its 47th report on the “Issues Related to Paid News” in the Lok Sabha on May 6, 2013.  The Committee is headed by Mr. Rao Inderjit Singh. The Press Council of India (PCI) defines paid news as any news or analysis […]

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Functions of Central Bank

A central bank is an independent national authority that conducts monetary policy, regulates banks, and provides financial services including economic research. Its goals are to stabilize the nation’s currency, keep unemployment low, and prevent inflation. Most central banks are are governed by a board consisting of its member banks. The country’s […]

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Less Plastic Good Nature

Everybody uses things made of plastic as well as things that comes to us made of Plastic. There are many types of plastic and they are all light in weight, low in cost, can be used in all seasons and they last long. The funny thing is, we don’t usually […]

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Green Revolution

The Green Revolution is actually a process of increasing agricultural production through modern machinery and techniques. It was a technology science based on research conducted between 1950 and the late 1960s, that increased agricultural production around the world, especially in developing countries, much earlier in the late 1960’s. HYV seeds […]

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Gender inequality.

Globally, women have fewer opportunities for economic participation than men, less access to basic and higher education, greater health and security risks, and less political representation. Ensuring women’s rights and giving them access to their full potential is essential not only to achieving gender equality, but also to meet many […]

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NASA launches Mars Mission 2020

The American Space agency NASA launched its Mission Mars 2020 on Thursday from Florida’s Kennedy Space Centre. In this mission, Preservance Rover is been sent on Mars. During the Mission, the rover will collect stones and dust present there on Mars’s surface and will also try to find traces of […]

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Delhi CM reduces VAT on diesel

The Delhi Government has decided to cut down the price of diesel by Rs8.36 after reducing VAT (Value Added Tax) from 30% to 16.75%. Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal stated this in a Cabinet Meeting held on Thursday. Now, the price will be Rs. 73.64 thereby reducing the previous rate by […]

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Unlock 3.0 open in India

By P.Bhoomika The unlock 3.0 was announced on Wednesday by the ministry of home affairs removed restrictions on the movement of individuals during night while allowing yoga institutions and gymnasium to open from Aug5. However, strict enforcement of lockdown in containment zones have been extended till Aug31. Moreover, there shall […]

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evolution of coins

COINS OF INDIA Coins are pieces of metal that have been assigned a value and stamped with a designed approved by the governing authority. Coins are legal tender. The history of coins of India has evolved over time. Buying and selling began with cowrie shells and beads being used as […]

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opeing of DEMAT account

A Demat account (short for Dematerialized account) is an account to hold financial securities (equity or debt) in electronic form. In India, Demat accounts are maintained by two depository organisations, National Securities Depository Limited and Central Depository Services Limited. A depositoty participants , such as a bank, acts as an intermediary between the […]

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Initial Public Offers in India

Initial Public Offer (IPO) is a process through which an unlisted Company can be listed on the stock exchange by offering its securities to the public in the primary market. The objective of an IPO may be relating to expansion of existing activities of the Company or setting up of […]

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nepotism: an unwanted tradition

Nepotism exists in Bollywood from decades but at that time there was nothing wrong as it was not brutal. The biggest reason of Nepotism currently is the huge flow of money as Bollywood movies are watched globally. It was during the Raj Kapoor era too but during that time it […]

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Understanding Service Tax in India

Service tax was a tax levied by the Central Government of India on services provided or agreed to be provided excluding services covered under negative list and considering the Place of Provision of Services Rules, 2012 and collected as per Point of Taxation Rules, 2011 from the person liable to […]

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