It’s time schools dump proprietary software and teach opensource

Windows, Google search, Gmail or Hotmail or Yahoo, MS Office and Chrome are products featured in computer text books of any educational boards in the country. It’s time educations boards dump proprietary software and adopt free and opensource  software. Nurturing with industry standard tools The plausible excuse to teach proprietary software in schools is to … Continue reading “It’s time schools dump proprietary software and teach opensource”

Absolute beginner’s guide to Provident Fund and Pension Scheme

Last updated on July 26th, 2019 at 07:02 pmEmployee Provident Fund (EPF) and Employee Pension Scheme (EPS) are both govt schemes meant for your retirement in which employees must contribute a certain percentage of their monthly salary towards EPF and EPS. This money can be withdrawn with interest at the time of retirement or before … Continue reading “Absolute beginner’s guide to Provident Fund and Pension Scheme”

12 things to confirm with the HR before accepting a new job

Last updated on July 26th, 2019 at 07:02 pmDon’t end up becoming a bakra after accepting a new job. Here is a checklist of certain confirmations you need to request from the HR before accepting a new job. It is advisable that you get these confirmed in an email so that you can avoid any … Continue reading “12 things to confirm with the HR before accepting a new job”

6 things to check before you take an admission in an institution

Last updated on July 26th, 2019 at 07:01 pmSo here you go, searching for an ideal institution for admission for the course you have decided to pursue. Time and money are two elements that you will spend in significant amount while doing a course, especially a professional one. “Seats are filling up fast”, “the batch … Continue reading “6 things to check before you take an admission in an institution”