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Commitment towards women empowerment through its R- Day tableau

  India Post has been serving the nation since the last 167 years, standing unabated in its dedication and undying passion of rendering postal, financial and government services, in the remotest corners of the country. As the nation celebrates   Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav ,   commemorating the seventy fifth year of independence, India Post, through the Republic-Day tableaux, has attempted to reaffirm its commitment towards women empowerment both within and through the Post offices. THE THEME OF INDIA POST R-DAY TABLEAUX IS  “ INDIA POST:75 YEARS@ RESOLVE-WOMEN EMPOWERMENT”   The tableaux shall showcase the following elements: FRONT PORTION: India Post stands as a model employer of women and with its mandate for financial inclusion almost 50% account holders of the India Post Payments Bank as well as the Post Office Savings Bank are women.   The tableau displays the robust outreach and the modern face of India Post that ties the entire country in one thread and aims to portray its focus on

The time when Britain-China clashed over India's Opium -> Opium War 1840

It was in June 1840 when a fleet of British warships went to China's Pearl River Delta and started war. The security system of China's coastal areas was weak. China could not last long in front of this British attack and it knelt down. This was the first Opium War in which thousands of people were killed and that too in the name of free trade. The opium trade in China was a profitable business but it was also illegal. Two Scottish men were involved in this business and both played a major role at the start of the war. William Jardine was a doctor by profession and also a businessman. From Tea to Opium : After the first meeting in a Chinese brothel, another businessman named James Matheson became William's partner. In 1832, the two together formed Jardine, Matheson and Company, headquartered in Canton, southern China. The canton is now known as the Ganzhou of China. Foreigners were allowed to do business only in this area of ​​China. They used to trade opium instead of tea.


MTR FOODS-A MARKETING MARVEL MTR foods is a successful company due to their continuous marketing activities by focusing on what the customer requirement is! It is a marketing oriented company and also shows the legacy by catering the needs of customers and providing their matching products. Any company or business unit is successful in strategy when it is able to map its internal resources with external environment and create value for customers in the process of revenue of the company. MTR is the legacy of MARKETING STRATEGY THINKING in the food industry for seven and a half decades.  It is a marvel because it has the ability to stand in the environmental demand drives that dominates food industry with the appropriate marketing mix EVOLUTION OF MAVALLI TIFFIN ROOMS: The MAVALLI TIFFIN ROOMS commonly called as MTR foods is the brand name of food related Enterprise located in India. Having it's origin in Banglore, it has a restaurant now in Lal Bagh Road, Banglore and in 6 branches


 ATTITUDES AND JOB SATISFACTION Attitudes are evaluative statements they may either be favorable or unfavorable. It is concerned with the objects, people or events. They reflect how we feel about something which finally leads to everything because that an Attitude. They are complex, to be more estimable it is considered to be as the fundamental properties or components. The attitude towards the job is all what defines us. Typically, researchers assume that attitudes have three components: COGNITIVE, AFFECTIVE, BEHAVIORAL. Cognitive component is the opinion or belief with a particular segment of an attitude. Affective component is the motion or feeling segment of an attitude. Behavioral component is an intention to behave in a certain way forward or toward someone or something.

One of most visionary politician, Leader and a legend himself : Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose

Subhas Chandra Bose (Bengali pronunciation: Subhash Chondra Bosh) was the foremost and biggest leader of India's freedom struggle. During the Second World War, to fight against the British, he formed the Azad Hind Fauj with the help of Japan. The slogan of Jai Hind given by him has become the national slogan of India. The people of India address him by the name of Netaji . Subhash Chandra Bose gave famous slogans like 'Give me blood, I will give you freedom' and 'Jai Hind', passed the Indian Administrative Service examination, was elected President of Congress in 1938 and 1939, formed the Forward Bloc in 1939, Founded 'Azad Hind Fauj' to drive out the British from the country. He was an eminent leader of the Indian freedom struggle. Although most of the credit for the contribution to the independence of the country is given to Mahatma Gandhi and Nehru, the contribution of Subhas Chandra Bose was also no less than anyone. Early Life : He was born on 23 Janua

Complete story behind the Indo-Pak War 1971

All of us are familiar with this image in which Lt Gen Niazi signing the Instrument of Surrender under the gaze of Lt Gen Aurora. In 1971, Pakistan had received such a wound, the pain of which will always be felt by it. In the same year, Pakistan was bifurcated and India had given it a crushing defeat. The year 1971 holds great significance in the history of India, Pakistan and Bangladesh. In the same year, India had inflicted a wound on Pakistan, the pain of which will always be felt by Pakistan. Talking about Bangladesh, this was the year when Bangladesh emerged as an independent country on the world map. The history-changing war of 1971 began on December 3, 1971. Let us know today the complete story of the two pieces of Pakistan and the coming into existence of Bangladesh... The Background of War :  Sheikh Mujibur Rahman was fighting for the autonomy of East Pakistan from the beginning. He had announced a six-point program for this. Due to all these things, he had become the glamor

Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj : Biography

Everyone knows about Shrimant Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj, one of the brave sons of India. Many people call him Hindu Hriday Samrat, while some people call him Maratha pride, while he was a great hero of the Republic of India. Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj was born on 19 February 1630 in a Maratha family. Some people place his birth in 1627. His full name was Shivaji Bhonsle.  Shivaji was the son of father Shahaji and mother Jijabai. His place of birth is the fort of Shivneri near Pune. An attempt was made by Veer Pravar Shivaji Maharaj, the exclusive priest of independence, to establish a sovereign independent rule in the whole of India by making the nation independent from foreign and tyrannical state power. Similarly, he is acknowledged as a foremost heroic and immortal freedom fighter. Like Maharana Pratap, Veer Shivaji was a living symbol and symbol of nationalism. Come know about Shrimant Chhatrapati Veer Shivaji. Shivaji was not anti-Muslim: Shivaji has been accused of being anti

Best Trekking places in India, for the people who love trekking

Trekking in the nature means to be a part of a thrilling and exciting adventure experience. We are lucky to have many such places in India that can be your dream destination for trekking and camping. So, here are some of the famous and heart stealing destinations in India which are loved and praised by trekking lovers. 1. Valley of flowers trek, Uttarakhand :   The Valley of Flowers trek is present in Uttarakhand and this track comes in beautiful trekking spots. The Valley of Flowers trek in Uttarakhand takes you to the UNESCO World Heritage Site and the Sikh pilgrimage site of Hemkund Sahib. The distance of this track is 55 kilometers and the height is 3658 meters. During the monsoon season, the entire valley is filled with colorful Himalayan flowers, making the view nothing less than a paradise. People of any age can come here to enjoy trekking. The fun of trekking at this place is from July to September. 2. Roopkund Trek, Uttarakhand : Roopkund Trek starts from Lohajung at an altitu


DELIVERING ORAL REPORT AND BUSINESS SPEECHES MASTERING FORMAL SPEAKING Oral communication becomes one of the most important skills in the corporate world. Even there is a much more demand for our writing skills where we write in blogs, E-mails, other special networking opportunities demand us even more where communication becomes basic there. According to some estimates, Speakers address audience an astonishing 33 million times each day, and business people give a presentation of about an average of 26 presentations a year. REPORTING ORALLY Oral Reports often have audience too, they may be a progress report to the clients or the informational reports to the community or Government groups. In this broadest sense, an oral report is any objective presentation of facts and their interpretation using the spoken word. Finding what audience expect from us is the important part - To speak without interruption for a certain amount of time and delivering useful and timely information as they spe

World Humanitarian Day

  The 19th of August is marked as the World Humanitarian Day by the UN General Assembly. On this day, in 2003, a bomb attack in Iraq killed 22 Humanitarian aid workers. Each year, a theme of global concern is chosen for the Humanitarian Day. This international day aims to spread awareness around the issues important for survival, well-being, and dignity for the group of people affected by any sort of crisis.  Theme for the Humanitarian Day In 2020, the theme was about the Covid aid workers . Its objective was to show gratitude and respect for their tireless efforts in rendering service day and night. Theme for this year is “The Human Race” , with special focus on climate change. It highlights the human cost of climate change and aims to pressure world leaders to make meaningful decisions to help the most affected people.  Its aim is to draw attention to the millions of people who are vulnerable to climate change, and have already lost lives, livelihood and home, due to the extreme cli

Story of the man of great Valor : Maharana Pratap

All of us are familiar with the name of great Marwari king Maharana Pratap. He was born on 9, May, 1540. Son of Rana Uday Singh and Maharani Jaywanti Bai, Maharana was born in Kumbalgarh Fort.  Maharana Pratap Singh was the king of Shishodia dynasty in Udaipur, Mewar. His name is immortal in history for valor and determination. He fought with the Mughal Emperor Akbar for many years. Maharana Pratap Singh defeated the Mughals several times in battle as well. They have Born In rajsthan Kumbalgadh in home father maharana Udhay Singh and mother Jivat kanwar. In the Battle of Haldighati of 1576, Rana Pratap, along with 20,000 Rajputs, faced the Mughal chieftain Raja Mansingh's army of 80,000. Jhala Mansingh saved Maharana Pratap, who was surrounded by the enemy army, by giving his life and asked Maharana to leave the battlefield. Shakti Singh saved Maharana by giving his body. Dear Horse Chetak also died. This war lasted only one day but 17,000 people died in it. Akbar made all efforts


  MEDITATION – GUIDE TO START WHAT IS MEDITATION? THE REAL ACTION: We are all reactors to nature i.e. Whenever we hear a sound or noise, we tend to hear it, see what it is, at first case we feel it. You may think what is the relation between the above and meditation. The intense ability to control us by imitating ourselves. W hen you see a gorgeous beautiful thing, our eyes seek attention to it and makes us to go glare at it, but it is dangerous behind; which eyes doesn’t realize. Mind instructs not to see, eyes obey, that is when control occurs. ATTAINING WAYS: There are a ‘n’ number of ways to do meditation based on one’s nature. But the common attribute is to hold the heart. The Heart is like a lake, each stone thrown on it raises waves and these waves doesn’t allow us realize the true nature of us. The Moon’s light falls on the river, as the river is with waves, we couldn’t see the reflection clearly. Likewise, many things affect us externally for a stationary time; escaping from


  FOOD AND MALNUTRITION FOOD SECURITY Food is defined as a substance that we people eat, drink to live and maintain life and  growth. Food security would denote a person’s ability to eat enough, stay active and lead a healthy life. Food security exists when all people at all times, have physical, social and economic access to sufficient, safe and nutritious food which meets their dietary needs and food preferences for an active life. This concept is now-a-days used in few decades. Initially it referred to as overall supply of for a global, regional or national context. The basic components of food and nutrition is the availability of food, accessibility and absorption. Availability of food in desired quantities which might change stocks and imports. Capabilities and opportunities in turn are related mainly to one’s access to his/her own assets and education. Absorption of food is the ability of biologically utilization. NUTRITION AND HEALTH STATUS India has largest number of malnouris


  IMPACT OF COVID-19 IN INDIAN ECONOMY COVID’s IMPACT The outbreak of COVID-19 became a challenge for the Indian economy due to the potential drop in GDP. However, the second wave was much more severe when compared to the first which made a downside risk to the economic activity due to National level lockdown.  Several segments like manufacturing, small scale, Information technology, small unions are lost in the pandemic. The supply chain management with the global economy along with the procurement was drastically affected. The immensity of the impact is directly proportional to the health crisis and duration of the lockdown. In this the analysis had been done on the affected segments and the Government concentrations of lockdown to increase the capital expenditure and to implement the structured reforms as well. CHANGES There are several sectors which are impacted by the COVID-19 and the chances of their revival are not in the near future. Their profitability is continuously decreas


  THE YOUTH OPPORTUNITY BETWEEN THE NECESSITY THERE LIES THE OPPORTUNITY India is a country where we have nearly 28% of the youth population in contrast to 37 in China and 45 in Western Europe. This says about the enormous growth opportunity that India will have as the highest number of people in the workforce. In some other words, we could say that the India’s non working population would be out numbered by the working population leading to the demographic dividend which is to be in favor. Climatic effects The increased use of non-degradable plastics, bio-medical waste have created climatic deterioration. The pandemic had paved the way for the increased use of plastics and also we have no other go to end up without being safe. This effects leads to the increased landfilling which would cost fisheries, tourism and maritime transport and service industries with an additional billion dollars according to the report given by the UN Environmental Program. The changes Though the population