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    Effective Preparation For Success In Board Exams

    ndia has over 75 lakh candidates appearing for different competitive exams every year. It's that time of the year again, as Board exams for classes X and XII are in the horizons and students as well as parents are working hard to prepare well for the examination. This year the exams are scheduled to begin from the third week of February and students due to appear for the exams must be already...

    • yesterday
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    Multilingual SEO, Data-led Video Marketing, AR/VR Trends To Rule Digital In 2020

    From an industry point of view, 2019 set the stage for enriching customer experience, personalization, and responsible advertising. Here are a few trends for 2020 that brands can leverage to win Indian audiences. #1 Focus on multilingual SEO: With the growth of non-English speaking audiences on online channels like Google, Facebook, LinkedIn, Instagram and Twitter...

    • yesterday
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    Anti-profiteering Whip To The Real Estate Sector

    Anti-profiteering provisions enacted at the time of transition into Goods and Services Tax ('GST') regime have been a bone of contention between the businesses and the Governments across various jurisdictions, India being no exception. As per the relevant statutory provisions in India, the scope of anti-profiteering provisions mainly cover passing of benefit received on account of...

    • 2 days ago
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    The Rise Of Regional A Multilingual Decade

    Whenever Bejoy Menon encounters another Malayalee in Mumbai, he greets him with the phrase 'Evite Vit?', meaning 'where's home?' This is his way of establishing a connection back to his roots, to see if they are from the same town or neighbourhood in Kerala and if they potentially share some common roots. No matter how many years Malayalees like Shibu may have spent in Mumbai or...

    • 2 days ago
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    Digitisation Of KYC Process

    Know your customer (KYC) checks refer to a due diligence process carried out on customers availing financial services to ascertain (a) identities of such customers; (b) proof of their residency; and (c) source of their finances. The objectives intended to be achieved by KYC include prevention of money laundering and ensuring individual accountability from a taxation perspective. In India, the primary obligation to...

    • 5 days ago
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    In India's 'Post-Memory' Society, Rote Learning Has Become An Anachronism

    The world around us is changing at an unprecedented rate; while our laptops and smartphones continue to update in real time, our human operating systems - our beliefs, our assumptions and our routines - risk becoming obsolete. The speed with which certain elements of our daily lives have adapted - or, rather, been adapted - to technology is unprecedented. This is part of a...

    • 6 days ago
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    RERA Should Be The First Port Of Call For Aggrieved Homebuyers

    It's now commonly acknowledged that India is firmly in the throes of a slowdown with many distinguished economists such as the former Governor of the Reserve Bank of India, Dr. Raghuram Rajan describing the economic situation as 'recession'. Critical sectors of the economy such as real estate, infrastructure, automobiles and banking are going through a period of crisis...

    • 7 days ago
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    Middle East Tensions And Impact On India' Growth Story

    World seem to be relieved with the de-escalation of the tensions between the US and Iran atleast for now following the recent attacks on US personnel and assets in Iraq and counter attack by US killing a top Iranian General and a few others. While the risk of a full-scale war between the US and Iran may be low, experts warn that the current regional tensions are likely to remain atleast for...

    • 7 days ago
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    How Edtech Can Fill Gaps In Quality Education In Tier-3 Cities?

    While there is some merit to heeding to your relatives' advice of devoting more time to "self-study", for a large number of students across the country it happens to be a singular necessity and unfortunate compulsion. A majority of young Indians, mostly belonging to Tier-3 cities, are deprived of quality education due to a lack of accessible educational infrastructure...

    • a week ago
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    Digital Learning Trends That Have Changed Way Companies Up Skill Employees In 2019

    The foundations of all great businesses are built upon its workforce. An organization's employees and their competency to adapt and improvise to the market requirements can shape its success. And in today's digital, ever-transforming and connected world, to expand their impact on the market, businesses need to strengthen within. Employees with new-age...

    • a week ago

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