Month: September 2022

Home grown alternative to GPS, know all about India’s “NavIC”.

Navigation with Indian Constellation (NavIC), also called the Indian Regional Navigation Satellite System (IRNSS), is considered on par with US-based GPS, Russia’s Glonass and Galileo developed by Europe. Making innovative applications to the entire community in the ocean-based services, especially for the underserved and unserved, the NavIC constellation is really […]

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Tips for faster promotion in jobs.

Many people wonder how to get promoted at work. It’s not as hard as it seems. All you need is a little bit of patience and a lot of hard work. Just make sure to not slack off and you’ll be well on your way to the top! Here’s how […]

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Emerging career options among Indian youth.

Empirical research by various trade organizations, media houses, and the Indian government clearly point towards a single fact: Youth can’t find jobs because they opt for traditionally favourite courses such as medicine, engineering and management. Rather than breaking away from the flock, study emerging trends and finding new generation careers, […]

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Major types of economic system in the world.

An economic system is a network that forms the economic relationships between individuals in society. In other words, how the people of a nation come together to create a complex whole and conduct economic transactions with each other. An initial surge in demand can create a multiplying effect that ripples […]

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Depreciating Rupee.

The Indian rupee on 22 September fell to all-time low of 81.20 against US dollar in early trade on the back of US Treasury yields climbing to fresh multi-year highs and dollar demand from importers. Currently the rupee had suffered its biggest single session percentage decline since February, due to […]

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National Logistics Policy.

National logistics policy was initially mentioned in 2020 by Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman in her address regarding the budget. The government claims that there are efforts on to implement an integrated and technologically enabled approach to logistics operations, which will be effective throughout the entire process and be useful in lowering logistics costs […]

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What does ‘Moonlighting’ mean?

The majority of IT firms have strengthened their opposition to moonlighting and threatened to fire employees who are found to be working two jobs. Moonlighting could be viewed as unfair competition if an employee’s contract stipulates non-compete restrictions and exclusive employment. Significant IT business, Infosys, has cautioned its employees against […]

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International Day of Peace.

In 1981, the United Nations General Assembly declared the third Tuesday of September as International Day of Peace. This day coincided with the opening day of the annual sessions of the General Assembly. The purpose of the day was and still remains, to strengthen the ideals of peace around the […]

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How UPI is a financial revolution.

United Payment Interface (UPI), a term unheard or unbelieved until April 2016, but in Modern India, UPI is the flag-bearer of the ongoing Financial Revolution. From a tea vendor selling a Rs 10 Cutting Chai to a showroom with a pricey product range, a large section of our society has […]

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Inflation and its types.

Inflation is a general progressive elevation in the prices of services and goods within the economy. It denotes the rate of prices’ elevation within a specific duration. Inflation reduces the purchasing power of money since every unit of currency buys lesser services and goods. Generally, when inflation occurs, the income usually […]

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Reducing India’s Forex reserves.

India’s forex reserves are at an alarmingly low stage and have dropped with the aid of 23 months of use. For the week ending September , India’s overseas foreign exchange (forex) reserves fell to $553. The lowest level in over a year, consistent with figures from the Reserve Bank of India (RBI). The […]

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Role of ‘MSME’ sector in Indian Economy.

MSME has introduced in the year 2006 in India. There are still some service sector that was not yet included in this sector was included in the definition of the Micro, Small and Medium-sized Enterprises making a historic change to this Act.  The MSME sector in India gave a major boost to the […]

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