How to save money at home.

Record your expenses.

The first step to start saving money is to figure out how much you spend. Keep track of all your expenses—that means every coffee, household item and cash tip.Once you have your data, organize the numbers by categories, such as gas, groceries and mortgage, and total each amount. Use your credit card and bank statements to make sure you’re accurate—and don’t forget any.

The first step to start saving money is to figure out how much you spend.

Once you have an idea of what you spend in a month, you can begin to organize your recorded expenses into a workable budget. Your budget should outline how your expenses measure up to your income—so you can plan your spending and limit overspending. Be sure to factor in expenses that occur regularly but not every month, such as car maintenance.

Budget for savings.

as much as you’d like, it might be time to cut back. Identify non essentials that you can spend less on, such as entertainment and dining out. Look for ways to save on your fixed monthly expenses like television and your cell phone, too.Here are some ideas for trimming everyday expenses:Use resources such as community event listings to find free or low-cost events to reduce entertainment spending.Cancel subscriptions and memberships you don’t use—especially if they renew automatically.

Find ways you can cut your spending.

Commit to eating out only once a month and trying places that fall into the “cheap eats” category.Give yourself a “cooling off period”: When tempted by a nonessential purchase, wait a few days. You may be glad you passed—or ready to save up for it.

Decide on your priorities.

One of the best ways to save money is to set a goal. Start by thinking of what you might want to save for—perhaps you’re getting married, planning a vacation or saving for retirement. Then figure out how much money you’ll need and how long it might take you to save it.

Pick the right tools.

After your expenses and income, your goals are likely to have the biggest impact on how you allocate your savings. Be sure to remember long-term goals—it’s important that planning for retirement doesn’t take a back seat to shorter-term needs.

“Facts of india” part-1

1. Cows are considered sacred.

If hamburgers are a regular part of your diet, you’ll need to make some adjustments before visiting India! Cows are protected by their own set of rules in the Constitution, making killing a cow a crime. Even on crowded city streets, cows have the liberty to roam where they please without fear of being harassed by humans.

2. India is the wettest inhabited place on Earth.

Meghalaya village has won the Guinness world record title for the wettest place on Earth, with about 11,873 milli liter of rain annually. The monsoon season lasts six months, so make sure you pack an umbrella!

3. India has over 300,000 mosques and over 2 million Hindu temples.

Get ready to be awed and amazed by all the stunning architecture India has to offer. About 15% of India’s population is Muslim. The mosques across the country range from small village buildings to immense famous ones, like the Mecca Masjid in Hyderabad or the Jama Masjid in New Delhi.The same can be said about India’s Hindu temples, which surpass two million to serve the 79.8% of India’s Hindu population.

Just the holy city of Varanasi has over 23,000 temples. It is safe to say India is the land of temples!

4.Rajasthan has a Temple of RatsThe animal wonders of India continue.

Although rats might not be the first species you think of to worship, there is a temple in Rajasthan dedicated to rats.Thousands of rats call the temple home, making it one of the country’s most unique attractions. Many pilgrims visit the temple every year on their own religious journeys, so make sure to be respectful of local customs when visiting.

5.The popular game “Snakes and Ladders” originated in IndiaNow sold across the world (sometimes adapted to “shoots and ladders”), this board game traces its roots back to India. It was first created to teach morals and lessons about karma in a way that young children would understand and remember.

6.India has 22 recognized languagesThe numerous languages spoken across India include Santali, Kashmiri, Bengali, Tamil, and Urdu. However, the official languages are English and Hindi.India also has the world’s second-largest population of English speakers (first is the United States), since most Indians speak their own regional language as well as English for easier communication.Sanskrit is considered the oldest language in the world, the “mother of all languages.” Every Hindu book is written in Sanskrit, and it is said that Sanskrit is the language of the demi-Gods.India also has the world’s second-largest population of English speakers (first is the United States), since most Indians speak their own regional language as well as English for easier communication.Sanskrit is considered the oldest language in the world, the “mother of all languages.” Every Hindu book is written in Sanskrit, and it is said that Sanskrit is the language of the demi-Gods.

International dogs day August 26.

● International Dog Day is observed every year on August 26 to raise awareness about dog adoption and the importance of providing rescue dogs with a safe and loving environment.

● The day was started as National Dog Day in the US in 2004 by pet & family lifestyle expert, animal rescue advocate, conservationist and dog trainer Colleen Paige.

● August 26 was chosen as on this day, Paige’s family had adopted their first dog ‘Sheltie’ from an animal shelter when she was just 10 years old.

Dogs are the most beautiful soul in this world,There are so much people spreading their love towards dog, even I too. Dogs are born to be affectionate and dogs knew how to care very well more than a person. Dogs are gifted souls from the Almighty, even it has only five senses, but dog know how to treat and behave with people’s. If we gave our love and affection towards dog then it will give us the happiness of life in double without any depression, distress and tensed. we can have a peaceful life by seeing dog face and their cute gestures.

There is no medicine to heel grief more than a dog🐶🐕.

And you know one thing dogs are the best one to show how to be perfect. Like we learn from people there are certain things to learn from dogs too. If we teach them to do their routine works in particular place itself…, then it will continue doing that everyday. That’s a great thing about pets ❤

Happy to have this international day to celebrate and embrace dog. As if you are a dog lover you doesn’t take only this day to recognise your loved pet. Because Dog lovers did not live without thinking, feeling, remembering about dog🐕.

This day is not only for the domestic pets but also for all the dogs in the world. So being remembering this day please have a look and takecare your street dogs as well. Because there is no difference between domestic dogs and Street dogs… Simply they are all dogs and has a feelings too ❤.

Don’t be crucial on pets…, if we show our love on them why would they change? All the changes is in our one step.

Believing you to be kindness…,

Colgate Palmolive launches first ever recyclable toothpaste tubes in india.

Colgate came to India in 1937. And in 1983 they launched the first Colgate Toothbrush. The brand partnered with the Indian Dental Association(IDA) in 1976, which conveyed the message of oral hygiene. It launched the Oral Health Month(OHM) in 2004, to spread awareness about hygiene.

Toothpastes generally contain the following components: Water (20–40%) Abrasives (50%) including aluminum hydroxide, calcium hydrogen phosphates, calcium carbonate, silica and hydroxyapatite. Fluoride (usually 1450 ppm) mainly in the form of sodium fluoride.

Recyable toothpaste tubes:

• Colgate-Palmolive was the first in the world to introduce a recyclable toothpaste tube and is sharing its technology with the industry to support a shift to a greener and much-needed circular economy.

• Colgate-Palmolive has launched the first-of-its-kind recyclable toothpaste tubes in India that will be available nationally.

• Launching the initiative in partnership with EPL Limited (Formerly known as Essel Propack Limited), Colgate is manufacturing recyclable tubes for its Colgate Active Salt and Colgate Vedshakti toothpaste portfolio.

• Colgate Active Salt, combines salt with calcium and minerals to make teeth strong and gums healthy.

Benefits of Colgate Active Salt:

Toothpaste Contains Active Salt which fights germs and makes the gums healthy.Whitens teeth.Reduces tooth sensitivity.Keeps the mouth feeling fresh.Prevents bad mouth odour.

Benefits of Colgate Swarna Vedshakti:

Toothpaste Enriched with the goodness of Clove, Neem, Honey, Mint, Tulsi, Amla, Aloe Vera, Cinnamon and Camphor.Makes the gums healthy.Whitens the teeth.Removes dental plaque.Removes germs and prevents cavities and tooth decay.Has a cooling effect and freshens the breath.

World water week 2021.

● The World Water Week is an annual event organized by Stockholm International Water Institute (SIWI) since 1991 to address the global water issues and related concerns of international development.

● The World Water Week 2021 has been organised from 23-27 August, in entirely digital format.

● The theme for World Water Week 2021 is ‘Building Resilience Faster’.

The world is changing and so are we. World Water Week 2021 will have a new, digital format to meet people where they are – both physically and mentally – and find better ways to bring about the transformation we all know is desperately needed. “Given the ongoing global pandemic, this was a natural decision. No one knows what the world will look like in August 2021, but one thing you can count on – World Water Week is happening, no matter what. For us, it is important to be able to promise that,” says Torgny Holmgren, Executive Director of Stockholm International Water Institute.

Over 3300 participants attended the conference in 2017.The week feature experts and representatives from business, governments, water management and science sectors, intergovernmental and non governmental organisations, research and training organisations, and United Nations agencies. The conference features plenary sessions and panel debates, scientific workshops, poster exhibitions, side events and seminars. In 2017, 380 organisations from 138 countries all over the world participated in World Water Week.

Functioning as an open and dynamic platform, World Water Week aims to link practice, science, policy and decision-making. It enables participants to exchange views and experiences, form partnerships and shape joint solutions to global water challenges. During the week, the Stockholm Water Prize, the Stockholm Junior Water Prize, and the Stockholm Industry Water Award are given out at their respective award ceremonies.

Why is world water day celebrated?

The World Water Week in Stockholm originally began as the Stockholm Water Symposium in 1991 and has been convened annually ever since. In 2001, the official name became World Water Week in Stockholm. SIWI identifies a conference theme to place a specific focus on one aspect of the world’s escalating water crisis. Initially, one theme was promoted for 4–5 years. Since 2008, a different theme has been selected for each year.

Hosted and organized by SIWI, World Water Week is the leading annual global event for concretely addressing the planet’s major water issues. In 2021, World Water Week 2021 will be held entirely online, 23-27 August, with the theme Building Resilience Faster.

Strengths and weaknesses.

Follow this To identify your strength and weakness.

  • listen to feedback.
  • Consider your passions.
  • Pay attention to when you are most productive.
  • Seek out new experiences.

Listen to Feedback

You can develop a more accurate self-perception by listening to what others have to say about you and your work. One of the most reliable sources for what you do best is the opinions of people who work with you regularly. Pay attention when coworkers mention your positive traits and give you feedback about your work performance. Think about what aspects of your work receive the most compliments and determine which personality traits or skills allow you to complete those tasks.

Seek out new experience

Fostering self-awareness is based heavily on your life experiences, so trying new skills, hobbies and activities is essential for identifying your strengths. Regularly seek out professional development opportunities and take risks by asking to collaborate on projects outside of your usual skill set. You can seek out new experiences by taking classes, asking coworkers if you can shadow them, learning new technical skills and taking on leadership roles in new areas. You may be surprised at what strengths you discover by taking the risk of trying something new in the workplace.

Consider your passion.

When you enjoy doing something, it is often easier to hone your skills in that area and develop them into some of your key strengths. Think about what you most enjoy doing and spend time practicing those activities, paying extra attention to the broad skills that you use during each activity. While some people are naturally talented in certain areas, anyone can grow their strengths with time. Understanding your natural talents and passions can help you determine where you are most willing to put in the work to become an expert.

Pay attention

While you may be able to get a good idea of your strengths by paying close attention to feedback, asking your friends or colleagues about your strengths can give you additional insights that you may not have noticed otherwise. Seek out opinions from a variety of different sources, such as a manager, a coworker or even someone you supervise. People who work with you in different capacities will be able to point out your strengths and give concrete examples with valuable context.Consider asking others to write a list of your key strengths in the workplace, then looking for commonalities on those lists to identify your most prominent workplace strengthself-perception by listening to what others have to say about you.

Throughout your day-to-day activities, make note of how long different tasks take and how productive you are during that time. If it feels like time is passing quickly and you accomplish a lot in a short period of time, you are likely using some of your biggest strengths. Make a list of when you feel the most focused, and consider what characteristics motivate you during those times. Conversely, if you notice that time drags on during certain tasks, think about what makes you feel less motivated so that you can either avoid those situations or actively try to grow those skills.

Mermaids.

In folklore, a mermaid is an aquatic creature with the head and upper body of a female human and the tail of a fish. Mermaids appear in the folklore of many cultures worldwide, including Europe, Asia, and Africa.

In ancient Assyria, the goddess Atargatis transformed herself into a mermaid out of shame for accidentally killing her human lover. Mermaids are sometimes associated with perilous events such as floods, storms, shipwrecks, and drownings. In other folk traditions (or sometimes within the same traditions), they can be benevolent or beneficent, bestowing boons or falling in love with humans.

The male equivalent of the mermaid is the merman, also a familiar figure in folklore and heraldry. Although traditions about and sightings of mermen are less common than those of mermaids, they are generally assumed to co-exist with their female counterparts. The male and the female collectively are sometimes referred to as merfolk or merpeople.The conception of mermaids in the West may have been influenced by the Sirens of Greek mythology, which were originally half-birdlike, but came to be pictured as half-fishlike in the Christian era. Historical accounts of mermaids, such as those reported by Christopher Columbus during his exploration of the Caribbean, may have been sightings of manatees or similar aquatic mammals. While there is no evidence that mermaids exist outside folklore, reports of mermaid sightings continue to the present day.Mermaids have been a popular subject of art and literature in recent centuries, such as in Hans Christian Andersen’s literary fairy tale “The Little Mermaid” (1836). They have subsequently been depicted in operas, paintings, books, comics, animation, and live action films.

How are mermaids born..?

Mermaids would most likely have babies not by laying eggs, but by life-bearing them in the ocean similar to dolphins. This means mermaids would carry their babies in their wombs for 9-12 months and then give birth to them from the bottom side of their tails.

what is the legend of mermaids..?

Mermaids are mythological creatures, appearing in folklore across the globe for thousands of years. One of the oldest and most well-known myths comes from Ancient Greece. A popular legend claimed that Alexander the Great’s sister, Thessalonike, turned into a mermaid upon her death and lived in the

Who was the first person to see a mermaid..?

On this day in 1493, Italian explorer Christopher Columbus, sailing near the Dominican Republic, sees three “mermaids”–in reality manatees–and describes them as “not half as beautiful as they are painted.” Six months earlier, Columbus (1451-1506) set off from Spain across the Atlantic Ocean with the Nina, Pinta and Santa Maria, hoping to find a western trade route to Asia. Instead, his voyage, the first of four he would make, led him to the Americas, or “New World.” Mermaids, mythical half-female, half-fish creatures, have existed in seafaring cultures at least since the time of the ancient Greeks. Typically depicted as having a woman’s head and torso, a fishtail instead of legs and holding a mirror and comb, mermaids live in the ocean and, according to some legends, can take on a human shape and marry mortal men. Mermaids are closely linked to sirens, another folkloric figure, part-woman, part-bird, who live on islands and sing seductive songs to lure sailors to their deaths. Mermaid sightings by sailors, when they weren’t made up, were most likely manatees, dugongs or Steller’s sea cows (which became extinct by the 1760s due to over-hunting). Manatees are slow-moving aquatic mammals with human-like eyes, bulbous faces and paddle-like tails. It is likely that manatees evolved from an ancestor they share with the elephant. The three species of manatee (West Indian, West African and Amazonian) and one species of dugong belong to the Sirenia order. As adults, they’re typically 10 to 12 feet long and weigh 800 to 1,200 pounds. They’re plant-eaters, have a slow metabolism and can only survive in warm water. Manatees live an average of 50 to 60 years in the wild and have no natural predators. However, they are an endangered species.

Hard work VS Smart work.

Hard work can be simply defined as putting in strenuous hours for doing a certain task or tasks. Smart work refers to find effective and efficient ways to complete one or multiple tasks while also managing time and quality both.

The difference between hard work and smart work:

It is based on how I approach my task. Hard work would mean spending long hours to complete my work without any shortcuts. It definitely ensures results but the process is long and stressful. Smart work would be aiming for the same results but with planning and prioritisation of tasks. In College/Law School, the trend of examination questions was repetitive. The questions asked in the last few years would be asked again. I realised this after my first semester. Since then, for the examinations.

Story:

One day two woodcutters have argued, which of them will cut more wood during a day.In the morning two men took up their positions. First they worked at one speed. But in an hour one of them has heard, that the other one stopped cutting trees. Realizing that this was his chance, the first woodcutter started to cut trees with double efforts.Ten minutes passed, and he heard that the second woodcutter started to work again. They were working almost synchronously, when the first woodcutter heard that his opponent has stopped again. The first woodcutter continued working, feeling the smell of victory.This lasted all day long. Each hour one of the woodcutters stopped for ten minutes and the other one continued to work. When time expired, the first woodcutter, who worked without any stopping, was absolutely sure that he won the prize.He was very surprised to know that was mistaken.— How did that happen? — He asked his partner. — Each hour I heard that you have stopped the work for ten minutes. How could you cut more trees than I? It’s impossible!— It is very simple, in fact, — answered the second woodcutter. — Each hour I stopped the work for ten minutes. And when you were cutting the trees, I sharpened the axe.

don’t believe in luck or in hard work without the so called “work smart”. …“You ain’t get nothing for staying low, lazy. …“Hard work pays off and pays the bills. …“Nothing in this world is handed to you. …“Successful people are not gifted; they just work hard, then succeed on purpose.

Anger management.

Think before you speak.

In the heat of the moment, it’s easy to say something you’ll later regret. Take a few moments to collect your thoughts before saying anything — and allow others involved in the situation to do the same.

Be calm.

Once you’re calm, express your anger As soon as you’re thinking clearly, express your frustration in an assertive but non confrontational way. State your concerns and needs clearly and directly, without hurting others.

Exercise physically.

Get some exercises physical activity can help reduce stress that can cause you to become angry. If you feel your anger escalating, go for a brisk walk or run, or spend some time doing other enjoyable physical activities.

Time.

Take a timeout Timeouts aren’t just for kids. Give yourself short breaks during times of the day that tend to be stressful. A few moments of quiet time might help you feel better prepared to handle what’s ahead without getting irritated or angry.

Solution.

Identify possible solutions Instead of focusing on what made you mad, work on resolving the issue at hand. Does your child’s messy room drive you crazy? Close the door. Is your partner late for dinner every night? Schedule meals later in the evening or agree to eat on your own a few times a week. Remind yourself that anger won’t fix anything and might only make it worse Stick with ‘I’ statements To avoid criticizing or placing blame which might only increase tension use “I” statements to describe the problem. Be respectful and specific. For example, say, “I’m upset that you left the table without offering to help with the dishes” instead of “You never do any housework.

Control.

Don’t hold a grudge Forgiveness is a powerful tool. If you allow anger and other negative feelings to crowd out positive feelings, you might find yourself swallowed up by your own bitterness or sense of injustice. But if you can forgive someone who angered you, you might both learn from the situation and strengthen your relationship.

Humor.

Use humor to release tension Lightening up can help diffuse tension. Use humor to help you face what’s making you angry and, possibly, any unrealistic expectations you have for how things should go. Avoid sarcasm, though it can hurt feelings and make things worse.

Relax.

Practice relaxation skills When your temper flares, put relaxation skills to work. Practice deep-breathing exercises, imagine a relaxing scene, or repeat a calming word or phrase, such as “Take it easy.” You might also listen to music, write in a journal or do a few yoga poses whatever it takes to encourage relaxation.

Seek help.

Know when to seek help Learning to control anger is a challenge for everyone at times. Seek help for anger issues if your anger seems out of control, causes you to do things you regret or hurts those around you

PEACE❤

MEANING

Peace is a stress-free state of security and calmness that comes when there’s no fighting or war, everything coexisting in perfect harmony and freedom. … After a war, two countries may sign a peace treaty, agreeing to not fight anymore.

A PEACEFUL LIFE.

A peaceful life is a life that is lived with a balanced harmony inside you, and around you. It means that you feel content with whatever is going on in your life or around you, and nothing, no one can disturb this inner peace of yours.

Living a peaceful life is about being in harmony with yourself and the surrounding world. Peace begins from within, and once your mind is at ease, you will start to see the effects in everything that surrounds you. Being at peace doesn’t mean you have a perfect life. Instead, it is how you deal with everything around you. Controlling your fears, respecting others, and not letting the small things get to you are the stepping stones towards leading a happy, healthy life. Once you are on the journey, peace will find you soon enough!

In this modern era, we live such a fast-paced life that stopping to take a moment seems like a dream to many. Our day starts with a list of tasks, and we spend our time burning through the to-do list, only to start over the next day. This daily grind has detached us from the ground realities of life, and most people live their lives with no sense of what’s essential for them.

Life is more than just work and responsibilities, and trust me; it is possible to create a peaceful life if you set your priorities straight. When you actively make time for what’s important, you will feel a fog lifting from your head, and you will find that life is more than a to-do list! It may not be immediately apparent to you how to make these changes, but we got you covered. Let’s go over a few simple suggestions that you can practice every day to get a happy and peaceful life.

A peaceful life is something worth striving for if you:Feel infinitely calm and happy no matter what is happening around you.Like the idea of living without fear, anger, or fixation on material things.

Are tired or feeling exhausted by life problems.Feel like there’s more to life than just a never-ending chase of temporary “highs” (ways to satisfy our human nature).

7 ways to live a peaceful life.

1) Lower Your Expectations It is natural for anyone to feel frustrated and disappointed when something doesn’t turn out as expected. If you want to live a peaceful life, you have to lower your expectations and suppress the urge to control everything around you. When you stop anticipating every possibility and live life on a day-to-day basis, your life will dramatically become more peaceful. You will finally stop staying up every night worrying about a business deal or the new job and focus on what matters.

2) Don’t Lose Yourself From the day we are born, we are supposed to follow the footsteps laid for us by others and live the ‘ideal life.’ Go to school, get a job, find the love of your life, and strive for greatness till your last day. However, it is very easy to lose yourself in the process! You may become so focused on chasing the dream life that you forget your own passions.Instead, take a good look at your life and see whether you are on the path set for you by others? If you desire a peaceful life, start by living life on your terms. Chase your dreams, quit the job you hate, or get enrolled in college even if you think it’s too late. A decision that takes you closer to your goal will bring you more peace than you can imagine! woman taking pictures on the roof top

3) Practice Tolerance We are accustomed to a particular way of living, and most of us are less than tolerant of the changes happening around us. However, if you want to lead a peaceful life, you need to broaden your horizons and become susceptible to the ever-changing world. Accepting diversity is the first step towards this, and you will feel a considerable difference once you start respecting other peoples’ beliefs and opinions instead of fighting them.

4) Give Up On The Urge To Control Your Loved Ones All of us want to have control over our lives, but sometimes we extend this control to the people surrounding us, and that’s where the trouble begins. If you want to live a peaceful life, it is vital to stop controlling others and have harmony in your relationships. Imposing your will on someone and taking control over relationships not only creates conflicts, but it also seeps out all the happiness from your life. Try to accept the people who surround you, embrace their flaws instead of trying to change them, and be on your way to a happier life!

5) Practice Forgiveness If you are always dwelling on the past, reliving your wounds, and thinking of the people who hurt you, you will never find true peace. For a peaceful life that is free of mental burdens, it is important to practice forgiveness for others and yourself. Don’t think of the past and don’t beat yourself for the mistakes you made; instead, focus on the present day.peaceful life illustration with cocoa pink peonies and jewellry

6) To Live A Peaceful Life, You Must Prioritize! You may spend hours and hours of a work task, forsaking everything else, including your family and friends. This is a great way to lead a successful life, but are you really at peace? Stop for a minute and ask yourself, is this what you want to do with your life? Does your professional life take precedence over your happiness? If the answer to any of these is no, then I would be best to set your priorities straight. Make time for the people you love and the things you love to do, and a peaceful life won’t seem like a dream anymore.

7) Find The Peace Within If you want to live an endlessly peaceful life, you have to start by finding your inner peace. No amount of external tranquillity can calm down the chaos in your mind. Finding your inner peace is a journey, but with some effort, you will get there.Try to connect with your inner self by disconnecting yourself from the surroundings, even if for a few minutes. Find a quiet spot to sit, close your eyes, and take a deep breath. Let all the anxiety and worries out of your body with each breath, and fill your lungs with hope and peace. This simple exercise is excellent when feeling anxious or helpless, and it will instantly put things in perspective.woman meditating on the top of the roof A happy and peaceful life is not a utopia Of course, a peaceful life doesn’t mean that all your problems will vanish, but it will give you the strength to face these challenges. When faced with a difficulty, don’t let disharmony and conflict overtake you. Instead, deal with the problems without letting them affect your life.Decide to change your life, and make a conscious choice to work for that change. You can live a peaceful life and be happier than ever, but it will not happen by magic! You have to change your priorities, give attention to the essential things in life, and open your heart to peace.

Birth and childhood of Gandhi.

In a small, white-washed house in Porbandar, on the coast of Kathiawad in western India, Mohandas Gandhi was born on October 2, 1869. His parents were Karamchand Gandhi and Putlibai. He was small and dark, and looked no different from the millions of other children born in India. Yet this was no ordinary child. He was to fight and overcome a great empire and, without taking to arms, set his country free. He was to be called the Mahatma, the Great Soul. Having led his people to freedom, he was to lay down his life for their sake.Porbandar is an old sea-port, overlooked by the distant Barda Hills. Even in ancient days ships from far off lands went there to trade. It was the ancestral home of the Gandhi’s. The grandfather and father of Mohandas were famous for their ability and for their upright character.Grandfather Uttamchand Gandhi, who belonged to a humble family of merchants, become the Dewan of Porbandar. He was succeeded by his son, Karamchand Gandhi popularly known as a Kaba Gandhi. Karamchand had very little formal education, but his knowledge and experience made him a good administrator. He was brave and generous. He had, however, one fault a bad temper.Putlibai, Karamchand Gandhi’s wife, was deeply religious. Every day she worshipped at the temple. She was a lovable and strong willed woman, widely respected for her wisdom and good sense. People often sought her advice on various matters.Mohandas was the youngest of the six children of Kaba Gandhi. He was the favourite child of the family and was called ‘Moniya’ by his fond parents and their friends. Moniya adored his mother. He loved his father too, but he was a little afraid of him.

As a child, Moniya seldom liked to stay at home. He would go home for his meals and then run away again to play outside. If one of his brothers teased him or playfully pulled his ears he would run home to complain to his mother. ‘Why didn’t you hit him? She would ask.’How can you teach me to hit people, mother? Why should I hit my brother? Why should I hit anyone? ‘Would be Moniya’s prompt reply.Gandhi at the age of 7Mohandas at the age of SevenHis mother wondered where her little son got such ideas. Moniya was just seven years old when father left Porbandar to become the Dewan of Rajkot. Moniya missed Porbandar, and he missed the blue sea and the ships in the harbour.At Rajkot he was sent to a primary school. He was shy and did not mix easily with the other children. Every morning he went to school in time, and ran back home as soon as school was over. His books were his sole companions and he spent all his free time alone reading.He had one friend, however, a boy named Uka. Uka was a sweeper-boy and an untouchable. One day Moniya was given some sweets. He ran at once to Uka to share them with him.’Don’t come near me little master,’ said Uka.’Why not?’ asked Moniya, greatly surprised. ‘Why can’t I come near you?”I am an untouchable master,’ Uka replied.Moniya took hold of Uka’s hands and filed them with sweets. His mother saw this from a window, and she ordered Moniya to comer in at once.’Don’t you know that high caste Hindu should never touch an untouchable? She asked sternly.’But why not, mother?’ asked Moniya.’Because our Hindu custom forbids it,’ she said.’I don’t agree with you, mother. I find nothing wrong in touching Uka. He is not different from me, is he?His mother had no answer. She angrily told him to go and have a bath and say his prayers.Karamchand Gandhi loved all his sons, but he was specially fond of the youngest. He often said to him: ‘You must go to high school and college and take up a profession.’Moniya worked hard, and did his lessons carefully. But he did not learning by heart and was therefore weak in Sanskrit. Geometry he liked best because it involved reasoning.Once Moniya happened to read the story of Shravana. Shravana’s parents were old and blind, and he always carried them with him in two baskets slung on a yoke. Moniya was deeply touched by Shravana’s devotion to his old parents. ‘I must be like Shravana,’ he resolved.At about this time he also saw a play about Harishchandra, a King who was famous for his love of truth.’Why shouldn’t we all be truthful like Harishchandra?’ he constantly asked himself.Mohandas was only thirteen when he was told that he was soon to be married. His parent has already chosen his bride. She lived in Porbandar and her name was kasturbai. She and Mohandas were about the same age.The wedding day approached. Mohandas was dressed in new clothes. Everyone was gaily dressed and the house was decked with flowers and banana leaves. The bridegroom, accompanied by the wedding party, left for Porbandar.In the Bribe’s home it was a day of great celebration. There was singing and dancing and music. At the auspicious hour the bridegroom and party arrived.Kasturbai, dressed in red and wearing elegant jewellery, was shy but attractive. Amidst great rejoicing, Mohandas was married to Kasturbai.The celebrations lasted a whole week and then the bride left her home in Porbandar and went with her husband to Rajkot.Kasturbai was a pretty and lively girl. Mohandas and she often played together. Mohandas and she often played together. Some times Mohandas tried to teach his young wife, but she could never concentrate on books, though she was quick to learn the household work.One day Mohandas met Sheik Mehtab, a friend of his elder brother. Sheik had a bad reputation. Mohandas knew this, yet he was much impressed by Sheik because he was strong and tall.Karamchand Gandhi, father of Mahatma GandhiHis father, Karamchand GandhiSheik was a meat-eater and he often told Mohandas that if he ate meat he would also grow tall and strong.There was also at that time a reform movement for a change in the orthodox ways of life. Mohandas himself had heard that many well-to-do people had started eating meat, so he tried meat. He did not like the taste of meat but as time went on h e started to like meat curries.Whenever Mohandas had a meat meal outside, he had to give his a mother some excuse for not eating his dinner. He knew that his parents would not forgive him if they knew he had eaten meat. He was not against eating meat then, but he was against telling a lie to his mother. This feeling was gnawing at his heart and finally he decided not to touch meat again.Mohandas has also taken to smoking with Sheik, his brother, and another relative. He had to pilfer small amounts of money here and there with which to buy cigarettes.One day, in order to pay off a debt which his brother had incurred, Mohandas stole a piece of gold. Stealing was a great sin. He knew that he had committed a great crime. He resolved never in his life to steal again. He wrote down a confession of his crime and handed the paper to his ailing father.Karamchand Gandhi read the confession. He tore up the paper without saying a word. The bits of paper fell to the floor. He sank back on his bed with a sigh. Mohandas left the room, tears streaming down his face.From that day, Mohandas loved his father more and more. Everyday he hurried home from school to wait on him.

His father’s condition grew worse and at length he died. The house was filled with sorrow.Mohandas was only sixteen when his father died.

ENTREPRENEUR

MEANING

A person who sets up a business or businesses,organises,manages and takes for granted on financial risks in the hope of profit is known as ‘entrepreneur’.

An entrepreneur is a rare person who can visualise and materialise water in the desert. His foresightedness, vision,motivation, persistent efforts the ability to presume the risks involved and their outcomes, and the thrust to achieve the desired goal, facilitate him to convert his ideas into reality. The water in the desert here refers to a scarce commodity, hence an entrepreneur visualises this need or the need arising in near future and grabs this opportunity or challenge, before others can think about it.

Definition

According to Richard Cantillon, “An entrepreneur is a person who buys factors services at certain prices with a view to selling its product at uncertain price”.

Characteristics of Entrepreneurs:

  • Determination to succeed
  • Independence
  • Risk-taking
  • Ability to control
  • Perseverance
  • Flexibility
  • Analytical ability of mind
  • Confronting uncertainty
  • Stress takers
  • Innovative and creative
  • Ability to mobilise resources
  • Leadership.

Functions of Entrepreneurs

  • Idea generation
  • Fund raising
  • Procurement of machinery
  • Determination of ownership
  • Determination of objectives
  • Procurement of raw materials
  • Market research
  • Recruitment of manpower.

  • In other words, an enterpreneur is one who discovers innovative ideas, advances them into products and services, and follows it’s feat persistently with untiring spirit. In this way, they taste the success and show the real meaning of the word ‘entrepreneur’. These entrepreneur having the initiating and action-taking ability, are responsible for the existence of different successful ventures. There is a misconception about entrepreneurs that they are opportunity-seekers and selfish people, but in reality they are highly driven people trying to find solutions to the “needs of the people”

Love yourself.

Love yourself means accept yourself as what you are. Love plays different roles in everybody’s life. When you love yourself you may feel something special which no one can’t give you. No matter how you are and what you are, all going to be end one day so why you making yourself in trouble by thinking about your stuff.

People who are biting about you and criticizing about you won’t stop. Unless and until when you stop hearing them. So don’t take other people words, just be yourself for that first love yourself.

Many people stuck towards depression, anxiety, grief, loneliness, displeasure and Unsatisfactory. Do you people think when and how all these begun. It’s initially starts when you trust somebody very deeply. So ask yourself why are you like that. And also ask yourself, I may know how to love other one, why not myself?

yes, instead of trusting others, why you are not trusting yourself ? If somebody come and says you are not capable of doing that or this. You may feel worried and incapable of yourself. Right! Don’t carry negative words which make you down. You know yourself and how you capable so honestly trust you with your own confidence.

Have a look :

  • Talking to and about yourself with love.
  • Prioritising yourself
  • Giving yourself a break from self-judgement.
  • Trusting yourself.
  • Being true to yourself.
  • Being nice to yourself.
  • Setting healthy boundaries.
  • Forgiving yourself when you aren’t being true or nice to yourself.

Love yourself – BTS

The message is clear. A love that’s based on changing or hiding your true self can never be fulfilling and will ultimately tear apart. This builds on the underlying theme of the Love Yourself series: before you can truly love someone else, you must first be able to love yourself.

True self-love

True self-love involves showing up for yourself even when you feel unlovable, or shameful. It involves taking the steps to listen to yourself, identify what caused you to not respect or identify your needs or boundaries.

Loving yourself means loving every aspect of yourself – even the not so good parts. It’s letting go of your past in hope of your future. It’s trusting that everything happens for a reason and your mistakes are merely lessons learned. Life is too short to spend time regretting the things who made you who you are.

An example of self love is when you have a positive view of yourself and are confident in yourself and your place in the world. The instinct or desire to promote one’s own well-being; regard for or love of one’s self. Regard for oneself and one’s own interests.

International left handers day August 13.

International Left Handers Day is an international day observed annually on August 13 to celebrate the uniqueness and differences of left-handed individuals. … It celebrates left-handed people’s uniqueness and differences, a subset of humanity comprising seven to ten percent of the world’s population.

August 13th is a chance to tell your family and friends how proud you are of being left-handed, and also raise awareness of the everyday issues that lefties face as we live in a world designed for right-handers.

Narendra Modi

The Prime Minister of the largest democracy in the world, India, Narendra Modi is a left-hander according to the Indian left-handers’ club.

Bill Gates

Founder of Microsoft and a tech Mogul Bill Gates needs no introduction. Left-handed Gates is the fourth most wealthy person in the world, as per Forbes’ real-time billionaires’ list

Sachin Tendulkar

Master Blaster Sachin Tendulkar, who is also known as the “God of Cricket,” celebrates his left-handedness. Once he tweeted in a light mood, “I may be left-handed but I am always right.”

Barack Obama

The two-time President of the United States, Barack Obama is left-handed. Interestingly, the US has a long list of left-handed presidents including James Garfield, Herbert Hoover, Harry Truman, Gerald Ford, Ronald Reagan, George H.W. Bush and Bill Clinton.

Left handed bollywood people:

  • Abhishek Bachchan. Abhishek Bachchan, or Abhishek Srivastava, is a very well known famous celebrity in the Indian film industry.
  • Karan Johar, Amitabh Bachchan.Sonakshi Sinha, Sunny Leone, Aditya Roy Kapur and Kapil Sharma.

Advantages:

  • They are more likely to pass a driving test.
  • They can make more money.
  • They are faster typists.
  • They have better problem-solving skills.
  • They are better at some sports.
  • They spend less time standing in lines.
  • They are more likely to excel in creative and visual arts.

Disadvantages:

  • Lefties are more worried about making mistakes, more sensitive to criticism and are easily embarrassed.
  • Lefties are quick to anger.
  • Left-handed people have a higher risk of brain disorders like schizophrenia, dyslexia or hyperactivity disorders.
  • Due to cultural and social pressures, many left-handed children were forced to write and perform other activities with their right hands.
  • This conversion can cause multiple problems in the developing left-handed child, including learning disorders, dyslexia, stuttering and other speech disorders.

RBI appointed Neeraj chopra as…

  • The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has started a public awareness campaign to warn people against digital banking frauds.
  • For the new campaign, RBI has roped in Olympic Gold medalist Neeraj Chopra.
  • The central bank has asked people to be a little cautious as doing so can protect them from a lot of troubles. A little caution takes care of a lot of trouble.
  • The campaign sees Chopra urging users to not divulge details like OTP, CVV number and ATM PIN in front of anyone.
  • So Reserve bank of india appointed NEERAJ CHOPRA for banking fraud awareness campaign.

Family background of NEERAJ CHOPRA.

Chopra was born to Satish Kumar and Saroj Devi on 24 December 1997, in Khandra village, Panipat district, Haryana. He has two sisters and his family is largely involved in agriculture. He graduated from Dayanand AngloVedic College in Chandigarh, and is currently pursuing a Bachelor of Arts from Lovely Professional University in Jalandhar, Punjab.

Who is Neeraj chopra ?

Neeraj Chopra (born 24 December 1997) is an Indian track and field athlete who competes in the javelin throw. A Junior Commissioned Officer (JCO) in the Indian Army, Chopra is the first track and field athlete to win a gold medal for India at the Olympics. In his debut at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, Chopra won the gold medal on 7 August 2021 with a throw of 87.58m.

Chopra participated in the 2018 Commonwealth Games and the 2018 Asian Games, being the flag-bearer in the latter and winning gold medals in both. In his debut at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, Chopra won the gold medal on 7 August 2021 with a throw of 87.58m in his second attempt. As of 2021.

he is one of only two Indians to have won an individual Olympic gold medal (the other being Abhinav Bindra), as well as the youngest-ever Indian gold medalist in an individual event and the only one to have won gold in his Olympic debut.

Award and Recognition.

Arjuna Award – 2018

Vishisht Seva Medal (VSM) – 2020 Republic Day honours

World Lion Day: August 10

• World Lion Day is observed globally on August 10 every year.

• World Lion Day is marked to raise awareness about the king of beasts and the efforts undertaken for their conservation.

• Owing to their courage, intelligence, strength, and magnificence, lions often feature on national flags, and royal symbols and emblems to represent command, power or authority across cultures.

• World Lion Day was launched in 2013.

Lions are one of Africa’s most recognisable animals and for good reason: more than any other animal in the African wilderness, lions signify courage, strength, and power. Spending up to 20 hours of the day sleeping or resting, lions.

Dr. Natalia Borrego works with lion whisperer Kevin Richardson to carry out lion IQ tests. She believes that they are the smartest of all the cats. … A lion must work out how to open a door, then reach her head inside to get a reward.

Lions do hugs humans.. that’s what you see… But remember it’s a lion . Years of animal behaviour training can make this possible. Lions can be affectionate towards their loving trainer/owner. But doesn’t mean it’s perfectly safe.

Facts of lion :

  • Lions plays a key role in the food chain by helping to control the herbivore population.The lions have a reputation of being the ‘chief’ predator of their habitat as they are known to even kill large herbivores such as elephants and giraffes. Disease Control. Lions prey mainly on herd animals.
  • The lion has forever been a symbol of strength, power and ferocity. During WWF tours to Africa, seeing the majestic species up-close is sure to be a spine-tingling experience.
  • 10 African lions are the most social of all big cats and live together in groups or “prides.” A pride consists of about 15 lions.
  • Lions are the only cats that live in groups. A group, or pride, can be up to 30 lions, depending on how much food and water is available.
  • Female lions are the main hunters. While they’re out looking for food, the males guard the pride’s territory and their young.

Which animal kills lion ?

Hippopotamus: This animal could easily defend itself from a lion and even a group of lions. The hippo has an enormous teeth that can crush a lion with a bite. Hippos are very strong and fast to attack a lion.

INDIGENOUS PEOPLE

Who are indigenous people ?

Indigenous peoples, also referred to as first people, aboriginal people, native people, or autochthonous people, are culturally distinct ethnic groups who are native to a place which has been colonised and settled by another ethnic group.

The term indigenous was first, in its modern context, used by Europeans, who used it to differentiate the indigenous peoples of the Americas from black people who were brought to the Americas as slaves from Africa. It may have first been used in this context by Sir Thomas Browne in 1646, who stated “and although in many parts thereof there be at present swarms of Negroes serving under the Spaniard, yet were they all transported from Africa, since the discovery of Columbus; and are not indigenous or proper natives of America.”

● United Nations observes the International Day of the World’s Indigenous Peoples on 9th August every year.

● The day is being observed to protect the rights of the world’s indigenous population and recognise the achievements and contributions that indigenous people make to improve world issues such as environmental protection.

● The theme for 2021 is ‘Leaving no one behind: Indigenous peoples and the call for a new social contract.

● The day was recognised by the General Assembly of the United Nations in December 1994.

● The date marks the day of the inaugural session of the Working Group on Indigenous Populations at the United Nations in 1982.

They have distinct social, economic or political systems. They have a distinct language, culture and beliefs. They are marginalised and discriminated against by the state. They maintain and develop their ancestral environments and systems as distinct peoples.

The term ‘indigenous peoples’ refers to culturally distinct groups affected by colonization. As a reference to a group of people, the term indigenous first came into use by Europeans who used it to differentiate the indigenous peoples of the Americas from enslaved Africans.

Quit India Movement Day

What is Quit India Movement day ?

The Quit India Movement (translated into several Indian languages as the Leave India Movement), also known as the August movement, was a movement launched at the Bombay session of the All India Congress Committee by Mahatma Gandhi on 8 August 1942, during World War II, demanding an end to British rule in India.

Who is the father of quit india Movement day ?

Today is the 79th anniversary of Quit India movement. On this day in 1942, father of the nation Mahatma Gandhi gave the clarion call of Do or Die to all Indians to drive away Britishers from the country. The movement had begun from Gawalia Tank in Mumbai.

The movement demanded an end to British rule in India. Since the protest was held in August, it also went on to be known as August Kranti or August Movement. Every year, the day is celebrated by paying tribute to freedom fighters who laid their lives for the country.

The Quit India Movement also known as India August Movement or Bharat Chodo Andolan was launched at the Bombay session of the All India Congress Committee (AICC) by Mahatma Gandhi on August 8, 1942.

However, almost the entire Congress leadership, and not merely at the national level, was put into confinement less than twenty-four hours after Gandhi’s speech, and the greater number of the Congress leaders were to spend the rest of the war in jail. Gandhi made this speech to help India gain independence.

Axis bank Crosses one million customers on Whatsapp banking.

Bank Building Vector Illustration.

Axis bank was founded on 3 December 1993 as UTI Bank, opening its registered office in Ahmedabad and a corporate office in Mumbai.[10] The bank was promoted jointly by the Administrator of the Unit Trust of India (UTI),[11] Life Insurance Corporation of India (LIC), General Insurance Corporation, National Insurance Company, The New India Assurance Company, The Oriental Insurance Corporation and United India Insurance Company.

Owner of the bank is AMITABH CHAUDHRY. The managing director and CEO of Axis bank.

Headquarters – Mumbai.

The first branch was inaugurated on 2 April 1994 in Ahmedabad by Manmohan Singh, then finance minister of india.

Axis bank has crossed the milestone of over one million customers on its WhatsApp banking channel with a total request count of 6 million till now.

● Axis Bank had launched banking services on WhatsApp in January 2021 and has since witnessed robust organic growth in its customer base for WhatsApp banking.

● After signing up for the service, customers can inquire and get details of products across savings account, credit and debit cards, deposits and personal loans.

● Non-financial service requests can also be initiated, such as locating ATMs or getting updates on third-party deals available on credit and debit card.

The United Trust of India (UTI) was considered as one of the largest private banks in India. On 30 July 2007, UTI Bank changed its name to Axis Bank. So Axis bank old name is UTI bank.

The First Woman Director in zoological survey of india.

The Zoological Survey of India, founded on 1 July 1916 by Government of India Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change, as premier Indian organisation in zoological research and studies to promote the survey, exploration and research of the fauna in the country.

Headquarters – Kolkata with 16 regional centre under the ministry of environment, forest and climate change.

The Indian government approved the appointment of Dr Dhriti Banerjee as the director of the Zoological Survey of India. She is a prolific scientist, conducting research in zoogeography, taxonomy, morphology and molecular systematics.

ZSI’s women scientists have been carrying out regular surveys exploring faunal diversity from the Himalayas to the deep sea and nearly 60% of the new species discovered are by women scientists today,” said Banerjee. “In the past century, only 20% of the total scientific staff strength in ZSI are represented by women. But their scientific contributions prove that they have played a key role in strengthening the roots of ZSI,” she said.

On breaking the glass-ceiling in this organization, she mused, “Women are blessed with unique power to strike a balance between work and family. But I was lucky to have had an exceptionally supportive one — my husband, Sughran, daughter Roinee and my parents. I am also grateful to my mentors in the organization for their guidance.”

Even though women are equal partners in scientific development and nation-building, their scientific journey around the world began only in the late 19th century. In fact, ZSI, headquartered in Kolkata with 16 regional centres under the ministry of environment, forests and climate change, started hiring women scientists as late as 1949, after more than three decades since its inception on 1 July 1916. Mira Mansukhani thus created history in an organization which until then was largely dominated by men.

While speaking to a leading daily about her new achievement, she stated that the 100-year legacy of Zoological Survey of India (ZSI) would help her to catapult the organisation to the next phase in biodiversity conservation and sustainable development. Since 2012, she has worked as the co-ordinator of ZSI’s Digital Sequence Information Project.

On the occasion of its centenary celebrations in 2016, Banerjee had co-authored the “The Glorious 100 Women’s Scientific Contribution in ZSI”, which chronicled the contributions of women scientists in the domain of animal related groups.

MOBILE BANKING

MEANING

Mobile banking is considered as an important revolution in the banking sector. This led to enhancement in the customer base. Presently most of them possess a mobile phone. So, banking operation is made easy. Like internet banking, the mobile banking does not involve much cost.the important requirement in the mobile banking is the mobile phone with internet connection (wifi is also enough).

FEATURES OF MOBILE BANKING

  • Anytime banking and anywhere banking are ensured.
  • Banking transactions and other non-banking transportations done by bank are possible through mobile phone.
  • Important functions are permitted under mobile banking.
  • Mobile banking can be done by the customer in the case of possession of mobile phone with internet connectivity.
  • Mobile banking is considered as one of the electronic mode.
  • Customer who performs the functions through mobile banking can be considered as mobile customers.
  • It is easily accessible irrespective of time, place, etc. But the important requirement is internet line should be clear.
  • Mobile banking service can be availed through registration of mobile number and filling up of the application form.

SERVICES OFFERED THROUGH MOBILE BANKING

Banking Functions

  1. opening an account.
  2. Checking up on account balances.
  3. Reconciling of balances by comparing cash book and account statement.
  4. Transfer of funds.
  5. Accessing account balances.
  6. To make payment for utility bills such as telephone bills, electricity bills, and other bills.
  7. Requesting for cheque books, demand drafts and other bank instruments.
  8. To apply for loans.
  9. To utilise the fund to procure assets/securities.
  10. To intimate change of address via the online mode.
  11. To countermand payment.
  12. To intimate ATM card loss/stolen.
  13. To get information pertaining to the nearest ATM centre.

Non – banking Functions: Apart from the banking transportations, the non-banking transaction can be also be performed. These are as follows:

  1. To book railway, air tickets and other tickets
  2. To make payment for a credit card due, other taxes, etc.
  3. To register the mobile number for SMS alerts pertaining to any changes in account balances/other aspects.
  4. To makes donations/or to pay for mutual fund (systematic investment plan), or for procuring other financial instruments.
  5. These are some of the non-banking transactions can be performed. Normally most of the bank’s in India offers these services but subject to changes. Few foreign banks may provide extra services which are not available with public sector banks.

SCOPES FOR BACHELOR OF COMMERCE.

Bachelor of Commerce is one of the most Demanded course which all new comers looking for. Bachelor of commerce has plenty of Scopes and opportunity and variety of Educational knowledge. Bachelor of commerce inculcate Arts and Science which is Theories and practicals. By studying Bachelor of commerce we can get enormous of jobs and opportunities.

WHAT IS BACHELOR OF COMMERCE ?

Bachelor of commerce is refers to understanding in accounting, economics, business law, financial management, Taxation, insurance and banking.

HISTORY

The Bachelor of Commerce (B.com) degree was first offered at the University of Birmingham. In India, the duration of B.com is 3 years. Candidates can pursue B.com in regular and distance mode.

B.Com jobs are plenty for the graduates. Some B.Com graduates can build up their career in research and accounting. In addition, there are plenty of B.Com scope for the graduates in the field of teaching after completion of the course, and even there are broad scope in public and private sectors of various organisations. Jobs after B.Com and salary are in a vast area so that the aspirants can get jobs easily. Along with it, B.Com-related jobs such as CA and CMA are also in good numbers. Also, the placements for the graduates after completion of the course are in good numbers compared to any other course of the respective domain.

JOBS FOR B. COM GRADUATE (FRESHERS)

1 – Accounting and Auditing.

2 – Tax Advisory Services.

3 – Financial Services.

4 – Commercial Banking.

5 – International Banking.

6 – Insurance Services.

7 – Telecommunication Services and BPO’s.

B.Com graduates have high value in almost every government sector. Most of the research institutes and scientific institutes prefer B.Com graduates. Government jobs for B.Com graduates are the jobs that are highly rewarding for. After B.Com, jobs and salary in the government sector are good in numbers. Graduates with a B.Com degree outshine in their respective jobs. Like,

  • SBI clerk
  • SBI PO
  • RBI officer
  • Ministry of commerce
  • Industry company secretary
  • RBI grade B officer

candidate can get job in Bank after completing B.Com with 45% marks. Eligibility to get job job in Banks : Candidate must have passed graduation in any stream from any recognised university. There is no minimum percentage criteria.

Bachelor of commerce is not a tough or most easiest course to accomplish. You have to bring your interest and full confidence to pursue it. However it has more scopes and opportunity as you seen, if you want to learn the world of commerce you may require this Course. Everything starts from yourself and to get this course you need to secure 70-80 % in your Commerce education. And the people who took commerce group in higher secondary can take this course.

Learn to be the best and Choose best to learn.

How to maintain time for studies.

The time is very important in our life. The person who determines time will work lot with perfect. Everything denotes time even, our birth and death.

Time is one of the ultimate power because we can’t get it once it gone. So utilise time and plan according to that. Before you getting into studies you should ask yourself at least these below questions.

WHAT YOU GOING TO STUDY ?

ARE YOU WRITING OR REMEMBERING IT ?

ARE YOU REVISING IT ?

DO YOU TAKE NOTES FROM THE LESSON ?

Now don’t be so think full, you are great with what you are doing. Now here iam going to tell how TIME makes you to do the same work more interesting and super effectively.

TASK

You have lot to study but you don’t know to cover all the lesson. Here, the time is very important, First you should make task before you begin to study.

Task is nothing, but where you align your works and setting a timing to finish it off. Task helps us to make the work sincerely. By seeing task you have an idea to accomplish.

TIME

If you want to learn a lesson, you might have lots of question and answers. So in this case you may worry how to finish it all or other typical worries. So to avoid that you must have a look on the below list.

LIST OF TIPS FOR EFFECTIVE MANAGEMENT

Set goals correctly.

Set goals that are achievable and measurable.

Prioritise wisely.

Prioritise tasks based on importance and urgency.

Set a time limit to complete a task.

Take a break between tasks.

Organize yourself.

Remove non-essential tasks/activities.

Plan ahead.

WHAT IS TIME MANAGEMENT ?

Like our energy and money, time is a finite resource and as such, it needs to be effectively managed. Time management is about planning and controlling the amount of time you spend on specific tasks.

Fortunately, there are many ways students can improve their time management. Here’s an extensive list to follow and improve your time management.

HOW TO IMPROVE TIME MANAGEMENT

Step 1 Set SMART goals.

STEP 2 Set weekly priorities.

STEP 3 Time block your schedule.

STEP 4 Delegate Tasks.

STEP 5 Take regular breaks.

STEP 6 Avoid Multitasking.

STEP 7 Make your meetings productive.

STEP 8 Experiment with different time management techniques.

listing out your task is very important and it will make you to do according to that. Make sure that after finishing your task please mark it or put a tick, then that would be considered as you have been accomplished. And it will make you so enthusiastic to do lot more for everyday.

How to choose a course ?

We all have similar question like how to choose a course after completing our Schooling. Our school teach us how to behave, how to be discipline, and lot and lots more. And definitely they also teach and advice us in our higher education how to choose a right course according to our groups.

These are the general things what we have been seen and crossed away

KEEP IN MIND

  • First we have to find the right path.
  • Have a clear mind to choose.
  • plan to be the best.
  • listen the words of Expreanced person.
  • observe all the things.
  • Don’t hesitate to ask questions.
  • Remember all the things which you gathered.

FACTORS

Consider your interests.

Think about your interests

Discuss your career goals.

Discuss your career aspirations.

And talk about how the course aligns with your career goals.

Highlight your strengths.

Focus on positive reasons.

Be enthusiastic.

WHY CHOOSING AN COURSE IS IMPORTANT ?

Course selection is also important because it can help students focus their interests and learn more about a field they’re interested in studying in college. … It’s important to be focused when applying to college, and course selection can factor into that.

BE AWARE

when you step into choose a new courses there might be plenty of clarification. Your senior may suggest you to do this and parents might suggest a another one. So in this case you definitely feel stagger and confused.

To ignore that, you have to cary your clear visibility mind and you must have to consider what you have been studied in schooling whether your courses are connected with that.

And finally make your own decision with comparing yourself what you are capable. And you should plan before you entre.

KNOW THE SCOPE

Before entering into higher studies you should know the scopes.

Do you know what is scope ?

  • 1.The extent of the area or subject matter that something deals with or to which it is relevant.

2. The opportunity or possibility to do or deal with something.

SCOPE is nothing, but where we find the more opportunity by learning one thing. This is most important for choosing a course. Because your course is going to help you finally to get a job. Of course you have to score but apart from that your knowledge only going to speak at every place.

Some people learn all the things but, they does not know how to exploit. Don’t be the part of this.

After entering into the right path also you should utilise everything. Everyday thing what you are doing and what we learnt.

MOST IMPORTANT THING

Course Content.

Before selecting a course of your choice, research about the content in the course modules.

Graduate Employment Rate.

It is vital that you take a marketable course.

Your Commitment.

Time.

Feedback.

Your Academic Performance.

Finance.

Your Values.

Think about your existing experience and skill set. Consider prospective careers and employment opportunities.Think about what subjects interest you.Talk to your employer, colleagues or peers about which courses are relevant and may improve your career.

CONCLUSION

Bright your future by selecting the right one. Have a clarity in your mind then get started by carrying all the above points….

Rain water harvesting

MEANING

Rain water harvesting is something we are storing rain water for future requirements. So in simple words RAIN WATER HARVESTING is the collection and storage of rain.

FOR WHAT PURPOSE

Rain water is stored for the purpose of water requirements which means we need water in our daily. It uses includes watering garden, live stock, irrigation, domestic use with proper treatment and domestic heating.

How do we store?

we can store the rain water by accumulating it into the roof, tanks and pipeline and these can be done easily at homes.because if you have terras you able to store it by building a cement tank and you also connect a pipeline for your uses.

And to store the rain water which flows in road sides we have to take a step together by making an awareness to store it purposefully by building a savings tanks at least one for me a street.

HISTORY OF RAIN WATER HARVESTING

Ancient Native Americans used the natural flow of mountain rainwater runoff to collect and use throughout villages. In central Mexico, underground cisterns have been found that were used for collecting rainwater. In the 16th-17th century, early settlers began to use rainwater for laundry due to it being naturally soft.

Still there are many people in rural areas have following the rain water harvesting method to save the water from rain.

Who introduce the rain water harvesting in india?

Although the government provided water through water tankers to the villages, it was not a sustainable solution. Amla Ruia turned to rainwater harvesting and she began by building two traditional check dams, also known as ‘Khadins’, near a village called Mandawar.

IMPORTANCE

The importance of rainwater harvesting lies in the fact that it can be stored for future use. Just as it can be used directly so also the stored water can be utilized to revitalize the ground level water and improve its quality. This also helps to raise the level of ground water which then can be easily accessible.

TWO TECHNIQUE TO STORE RAIN WATER

There are two ways of harvesting rainwater, namely; surface runoff harvesting and Roof top harvesting.

TYPES

7 Different Types Of Rainwater Harvesting Systems Water But. One of the most basic types of rainwater harvesting systems; water Butt collects rainwater in a container from natural rainfall

storsge drain pipes

Direct-Pumped

Indirect Pumped

Indirect Gravity

Gravity Only

Retention Ponds

In-Ground Storage.

CONCLUSION

Rainwater harvesting is a viable option to supplement city water for non-potable human uses, such as irrigation. Conclusion: Rainwater harvesting has various benefits and uses; however, harvesting systems have to operate and maintain to ensure water quality.

Dyslexia

MEANING

A learning disorder characterised by difficulty reading.Dyslexia occurs in children with normal vision and intelligence.

Dyslexia is a learning disorder that affects your ability to read, spell, write, and speak. Kids who have it are often smart and hardworking, but they have trouble connecting the letters they see to the sounds those letters make.

what causes dyslexia?

It’s linked to genes, which is why the condition often runs in families. You’re more likely to have dyslexia if your parents, siblings, or other family members have it.The condition stems from differences in parts of the brain that process language. Imaging scans in people with dyslexia show that areas of the brain that should be active when a person reads don’t work proper.

SYMTOM

Symptoms include late talking, learning new words slowly and a delay in learning to read.

KEY WORDS TO REMEMBER

Difficult to read

Difficult to spell

slow read

stammering

mispronouncing

Difficult to understand the meaning

Not able to sound

HERE ARE THE SYMPTOMS

Difficulty reading, including reading aloud Slow and labor-intensive reading and writing Problems spelling Avoiding activities that involve reading Mispronouncing names or words, or problems retrieving words Trouble understanding jokes or expressions that have a meaning not easily understood from the specific words (idioms), such as “piece of cake” meaning “easy”

Inability to sound out the pronunciation of an unfamiliar word Difficulty spelling Spending an unusually long time completing tasks that involve reading or writing Avoiding activities that involve reading.

TEENS AND ADULTS

Teens and adults Dyslexia signs in teens and adults are similar to those in children. Some common dyslexia signs and symptoms in teens and adults include

Difficulty summarizing

a story Trouble learning

a foreign language Difficulty

memorizing Difficulty

doing math problems

SCHOOL STUDENT

Once your child is in school, dyslexia signs and symptoms may become more apparent, including:Reading well below the expected level for age Problems processing and understanding what he or she hears Difficulty finding the right word or forming answers to questions Problems remembering the sequence of things Difficulty seeing (and occasionally hearing) similarities and differences in letter of words

WHEN TO SEE A DOCTOR

Though most children are ready to learn reading by kindergarten or first grade, children with dyslexia often can’t grasp the basics of reading by that time. Talk with your doctor if your child’s reading level is below what’s expected for his or her age or if you notice other signs of dyslexia.When dyslexia goes undiagnosed and untreated, childhood reading difficulties continues…