In Assam’s Sipajhar, Bengali Muslim residents claim they were targetted in eviction drive

In Assam’s Sipajhar, Bengali Muslim residents claim they were targetted in eviction drive

Abu Sama in front of his demolished house. | Arunabh Saikia “My father would have been alive had those Bangladeshis been evicted before,” said Kalyan Das, a student of Class 11 who lives in Sipajhar in Assam’s Darrang district. The body of his father, 58-year-old Ananda Das, was found next to a wetland in the area on the afternoon of November 23. Das, a farmer, had gone missing two days earlier. According to Mukut Ali, the police officer investigating his alleged murder, the body bore “no signs of external injuries”. In…

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Worries about the safety of bank deposits may further erode the economy of trust

Worries about the safety of bank deposits may further erode the economy of trust

ndian villagers queue outside a bank as they wait to deposit and exchange 500 and 1000 rupee notes in Hanuman Ganj village on the outskirts of Allahabad | Sanjay Kanojia/AFP The Big Story: Fear and savings “This tsunami will wipe out your money lying in the banks,” warned a message that went viral on WhatsApp recently, spreading panic among depositors. It was referring to the new Financial Resolution and Deposit Insurance Bill, 2017, lying with a joint parliamentary committee at present and expected to be tabled during the winter session. Among…

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Putting the patient first – insights for hospitals to meet customer service expectations

Putting the patient first – insights for hospitals to meet customer service expectations

As customers become more vocal and assertive of their needs, their expectations are changing across industries. Consequently, customer service has gone from being a hygiene factor to actively influencing the customer’s choice of product or service. This trend is also being seen in the healthcare segment. Today good healthcare service is no longer defined by just qualified doctors and the quality of medical treatment offered. The overall ambience, convenience, hospitality and the warmth and friendliness of staff is becoming a crucial way for hospitals to differentiate themselves. A study by the Deloitte…

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PDIL recruitment 2017: Mini Ratna announces vacancies at pdilin.com, last date coming soon

PDIL recruitment 2017: Mini Ratna announces vacancies at pdilin.com, last date coming soon

PDIL recruitment 2017: The Projects and Development India Limited (PDIL), a Mini Ratna under Government of India, has announced vacancies for various posts at pdilin.com. (Website) PDIL recruitment 2017: The Projects and Development India Limited (PDIL), a MiniRatna under Government of India, has announced vacancies for various posts for PDIL Recruitment 2017 at pdilin.com. As per the official notification, candidates who are eligible for the posts can now apply visiting the official website. PDIL has opened 48 vacancies under various posts like Plumber, Electrician, Lab Assistant and many other posts for recruitment.The…

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Bank of Baroda Recruitment 2017: 337 Posts on Contract Basis, Apply Before December 12

Bank of Baroda Recruitment 2017: 337 Posts on Contract Basis, Apply Before December 12

Screenshot taken from the official website of Bank of Baroda. Bank of Baroda Recruitment of Human Resource on Contract Basis for Wealth Management Services is currently open for eligible candidates on its official website – bankofbaroda.com. Bank of Baroda aims to fill 337 different posts in its various branches across the country. Interested and eligible candidates must apply for the same online on or before 12th December 2017. Also, one candidate can apply for one post only therefore applicants must apply for the one for which they are experienced and eligible….

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BSEB MTS Recruitment 2017 Final Result Declared, Check Now!

BSEB MTS Recruitment 2017 Final Result Declared, Check Now!

Screenshot taken from the official website http://www.biharboard.ac.in/ BSEB MTS Recruitment 2017 Final Result based on Written Test & Typing Test held in November 2017 has been declared by the Bihar School Education Board (BSEB) on its official website – biharboard.ac.in. The typing test for the recruitment of Multi-Tasking Staff was organized by BSEB on 7th and 8th November 2017 and candidates who had qualified the same had appeared for the Written test on 25th November 2017, last month. Candidates were given 2 hours to complete the written exam. As per reports…

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Navigating a Discovery-Driven Career

Navigating a Discovery-Driven Career

Found Art Photography Diane Danielson giving a keynote at WordCamp Boston in 2016 “I should have gone to business school; that was much more interesting to me.” I hear this kind of thing a lot, especially from people who went to law school. They’re not sorry they went to law school; they just realize it was a springboard to doing something they enjoyed more or felt more passionate about than practicing law. Sometimes, they feel like a different springboard would have been even better. This is not at all about…

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How To Create A Career Bucket List

How To Create A Career Bucket List

If you’re always working for the weekend, you’re not alone. Just one-third of employees are actively engaged at work, leaving the majority of us unhappy on the job, according to the most recent State of the American Workplace Gallup poll. Instead of keeping an eye on the clock and the calendar, take the reins by creating a career that you love, experts suggest. “People often find themselves on a lifelong career journey without a destination in mind, only to look back at some point and realize they are not where they expected…

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How to get hired after a layoff or a career break

How to get hired after a layoff or a career break

Layoffs or looking for a job after a career break can be challenging. Here’s how you can realign your goals to triumph through life’s struggles. Layoffs are tough. It is the beginning of a rough battle filled with bouts of anxiety and uncertain paths, but let me tell you one thing — nothing is permanent, not even the adversities in your life.   Life is a bitter-sweet symphony of success and failures but do not let one misfortune break your confidence. Don’t panic! It may sound impossible to do, but…

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Distance Learning: UGC Asks 123 Deemed Institutes To Shed The ‘University’ Tag

Distance Learning: UGC Asks 123 Deemed Institutes To Shed The ‘University’ Tag

After the Supreme Court recently cancelled all the technical education degrees obtained through distance learning between 2001 and 2005, the University Grants Commission (UGC) has barred as many as 123 deemed education institutes from using the ‘university’ tag in their name. In a directive, UGC said, “The institutions are hereby directed to restrain from using the word ‘university’ with its name, failing which necessary action would be initiated in accordance with the UGC (institutions deemed-to-be-universities) Regulations, 2016. Instead, the Institution may mention the word ‘Deemed to be University’ within parenthesis.”…

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