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How easy is it for Indian citizens to get a Schengen visa?It is very easy to get a Schengen Visa from India, if you have all documentation in place. My family and I had applied for a Short Stay Tourist Schengen Visa via Switzerland and received it within 3 days of submission in March 2017 in Mumbai. I was travelling to France, Switzerland and UK with my wife and in-laws (All of us are Indian citizens living in India).My wife and I have travelled abroad several times however this was the first foreign trip for my in-laws. My father in-law and I also had sufficient funds (above Rs. 2 lakhs) maintained regularly in our 6 month bank account statements and sufficient income (above Rs. 5 lakhs per annum).The application procedure via VFS (Switzerland Visa Information - New Delhi (North and East India) - Home Page) is very straightforward. If you have any queries, you can call their helpline or mail them. I found them very cooperative and prompt at replying queries. Here is my experience so that others too can obtain their Visa easily.Create an account on Swiss Visa. You can fill multiple application forms for different people using the same account. I created an account and filled out the forms for all 4 of us.The application form is quite short. The Visa Authorities merely wish to confirm if you are a genuine applicant who will not stay back in Europe illegally. It is highly advisable to have a confirmed accommodation booking under your own name, along with the return travel tickets.After filling the forms, you have make the payment of Rs. 5850 per application and take an appointment. We picked the earliest possible appointment, which was on the next day. Print all the necessary forms including your Application Form, Application Checklist, Appointment Letter, Receipt, Passport Xerox, Travel Tickets, Hotel Reservations, Income Tax Returns, Bank Account Statements, Marriage Certificate (in case your spouse’s name is not mentioned in your passport), Travel Insurance, Cover Letter (explaining why are you applying for Visa) and anything else pertaining to your trip. It is better to give them extra information rather than have your application rejected over lack of sufficient information.signNow the Visa Application Centre before time. They have a token system and there is a certain waiting time there. We took nearly 3 hours to complete the entire process as our token number was being skipped due to some computer fault.As we were travelling together in a group, all our documents were bunched together for submission. The biometric data will be taken and you will be asked to leave immediately after all this.We received a mail and SMS after 2 days that our processed application was dispatched from Delhi. We picked up a sealed package with our name from the Application Centre on Day 3. When we opened the package, we had obtained the Visa on our Passports.Overall, it was a pretty simple procedure and it is easy to complete it by yourself with some guidance from the VFS Helplines. If you have all travel documents and finances in place, then you can confidently apply for the Visa without worry of rejection.FYI - Embassy norms dictate that one must obtain UK Visa prior to Schengen Visa irrespective of which country you enter first, if UK happens to be on your travel itinerary.
My noncustodial parent doesn't want to pay for my tuition (isn't signNowable) but has already filled out a CSS Profile. I was told to contact the financial aid office. How should I appeal for more financial aid and explain my circumstances?My understanding is that unless there is another extenuating circumstance, your noncustodial parent is expected to provide their part of the expected family contribution. If refusal was an option many parents would simply refuse to pay. If they aren’t signNowable then how do you know they don’t want to pay for your tuition? You must have been in contact when they filled out the Profile, so they have not been out of your life for an extended time. Generally in these cases you will have to find another way to pay the EFC, including your custodial parent’s current income, assets, or parent loans, or more student loans. Or you will need to go to a college that is more affordable. Your custodial parent can try to take your other parent to court to get an order for them to pay, or to enforce an existing custody agreement clause about college payment.I can imagine an extenuating circumstance that would have to be considered. For example, if your parent’s assets were frozen after filling out the Profile (they are under indictment), your parent has been hospitalized in a coma or severe mental health issue (though in that case you might be directed to work with whoever becomes their guardian), or if your parent has become a missing person (not just doesn’t answer the phone when you call) there could be some consideration from the financial aid office. You would need to be able to document the circumstance (police reports, court orders, medical affidavit and so on).You are not the first student to have this problem. Contact the financial aid office and ask for their help. Don’t “appeal for more financial aid” but rather ask their advice in dealing with the situation. They will ask questions to flesh out the details and then if you are lucky advise you on what next steps to take given your circumstances and your parent’s circumstances. Depending on the situation they might refer you to another office for support (for example Student Services or legal aid).
I recently opened a Fidelity Roth IRA and it says my account is closed and I need to submit a W-9 form. Can anyone explain how this form relates to an IRA and why I need to fill it out?Financial institutions are required to obtain tax ID numbers when opening an account, and the fact that it's an IRA doesn't exempt them from that requirement. They shouldn't have opened it without the W-9 in the first place, but apparently they did. So now they had to close it until they get the required documentation.
What's your opinion on school food?Since I grew up in America, my answer is going to be centered on American school lunches.I think that they can be improved in two ways: Being more nutritionally dense, and having children be more involved with the school lunch process.A lot of current American school lunches while being filling, lack vital nutrients, and are instead very sodium laden.“A 2008 analysis of school lunches by the Institute of Medicine (IOM) concluded that American kids consume very few fruits and vegetables in their cafeterias—with potatoes accounting for a third of all vegetables consumed. IOM also found that kids were eating many refined grains and too much saturated fat and sodium. “How to Improve American School LunchesI would say this is a pretty accurate representation of a good to excellent American school lunch.Here's how school lunch in the US stacks up against what's served in the rest of the worldFrom my honest recollection, usually what would be served up regularly was square (never, circular, or triangular, mind you, this is very important, I can not emphasize this enough), square pizza. Some type of “different dish”, and chicken nuggets. Well actually, my memory is starting to fail me now, so I will link to what the current menu this month for my old elementary school is.Not too bad, but there could be room for improvement, a lot of pizza, chicken nuggets, which is all well and good, but these, these ghastly things.Okay, I am aware this is kind of a weird video, but it is an authentic representation of what I, and many other kids, ate in middle school and high school.Now, recently, I saw a video on the school lunch system “Kyushoku” in Japan.I thought the differences in nutrition were staggering. The Japanese lunch had rice, vegetables, and even fresh fish, which are very nutritionally dense.In addition, many of the ingredients are fresh, and students are more involved in the process of making the school lunch.8th grade students visiting a domestic farm where their school orders some of their produce from. For their work experience, they are separating edamame for tomorrow’s kyushoku.Which brings me to my next point; I believe we can improve American school lunches by having the children be more involved in the process of making their own lunches.Here, the students all take turns serving each other lunch. I think this is a very respectful and polite thing to do for others.In addition, these students are also required to clean up after themselves, and tidy up the area after they are done eating. I think this is a great lesson in discipline, responsibility, but also Home Economics. Learning how to properly clean a kitchen or living area is an often overlooked, yet fundamental skill that kids should learn early on.Another thing I appreciate is how varied the school lunches are. This school tries not to offer the same dish twice in a month. Although, kids being kids, often would request their favorites over and over again, in this case being curry. I don’t know if all schools in Japan offer such a diversity in options, but I think this is also a beneficial gift to the students in developing their taste palates, and helping to keep their bodies strong and healthy.The importance placed on school lunches comes from the view that school lunches are a part of the curriculum themselves."Japan's standpoint is that school lunches are a part of education," Masahiro Oji, a government director of school health education, told the Washington Post in 2013, "not a break from it."Japan's mouthwatering school lunch program is a model for the rest of the worldI can’t help agree, because eating healthy helps increase your learning skills, as well as mood. Fully integrating healthy meals can help with all other aspects of school life, including concentration, happiness levels, and even socialization.The average cost of these lunches are about 2 dollars a meal. With the school covering staff and kitchen costs, and parents covering ingredients. If the parents are low-income and cannot afford the everyday costs, they must apply for social welfare meal plans at the school. The child will still receive the exact same meals as other kids. The screenshots from the previous video is actually of an average public school, not an exceptionally rich one either. In fact, this school is in the poorest of Tokyo’s wards.From this, we can assume the lunches shown above are of the bare minimum requirements for a proper kyushoku, as more well-to-do families often have more time and money to spend on improving their children’s schooling experiences.All-in-all, without spending more money, we can still improve our school lunches in America bya) Including more fresh, domestically grown produce and poultry into every meal.b) Including our students more in the lunchtime process, from farm to lunch table.What’s also ironic is that the Kyushoku system got official after 1946, when G.H.Q recommended systematic health education, and the school lunch program in Japanese schools.The Japanese government took note, and starting providing school lunch to 250,000 children in the Tokyo metropolitan area. This later expanded to all over Japan.Much funding at the time came from relief aid provided by foreign governments and charities. When Japan later regained full independence in 1951, the funding stopped. The Minister of Finance wanted to get terminate school lunch subsidies. However, this was strongly opposed by many people in Japan, and in 1954, school lunch law was enacted, with school lunch being a part of the school curriculum.So I think it’s very cool that Japan once took America’s advice and greatly improved their school lunches. And now America can take advice from our friends over in Japan, and we can all improve our school lunches together!Thank you. :)Anmitsu at Hatsune (初音) - Kantaro: The Sweet Tooth Salaryman Episode 1Now please enjoy this refreshing photo of Anmitsu.
A gas is filled in a vessel at 300K. To what temperature should it be heated in order that 1/3 of the gas may escape out of the vessel? How would you explain each step?Any gas or vapor, by definition, is NOT held together due to its own inter-molecular forces of attraction, which is the case for liquids and solids. Therefore, it must always be stored in gas tight closed containers. If any leak exists, by the process of thermal diffusion, it will escape to outside, no matter what may be the differences of pressure or temperature between the inside and the outside.The size of leak and the pressure difference (including the influence of any difference in temperature and concentration) will decide the rate of the said (inter) diffusion. The time of say one third of the gas escaping from an open vessel may be a few seconds to weeks, depending upon operating parameters, e.g., the difference in densities, the orientation and the size of the opening, etc.Interestingly, even a lighter (than the surrounding air) density gas will diffuse out through any opening in the bottom of the vessel. Likewise, a higher density gas will diffuse out through any opening at the top of the vessel. The molecules of all gases are constantly and randomly moving with velocities of hundreds of meter per sec, even at ambient temperatures. That explains these peculiar properties of gases.
How do police address racial bias in 'call outs' (neighbors being more likely to call the police to report 'suspicious' activity of a minority in a segregated neighborhood)?When I worked as a 9-1-1 operator there was a line of questioning developed to determine the priority of the call. These calls usually originated in a certain part of the city and the person calling usually reported a Black or Latino person acting "suspiciously." Well 9-1-1 operators wanted to catch the bad guys, too. So we would try to determine what the "suspicious" behavior was. Was the person looking into car windows? House windows? Were they walking down the street? They would report a Black or Latino male who was walking down the street or sitting in his car eating lunch. We erred on the safe side and would put out an information only call. Officers are aware of crime trends in the area and if an area has been experiencing a higher number of vehicle or house burglaries, then the information broadcast might be useful to the car that is patrolling that area. One night a woman called from the West side of the city, frantic because she heard a noise on the side of her house. There was a car nearby and we sent on a possible prowler at the location, no suspect description. We told her the police were on the way and to call back if she had a description. She called back. "I have a description!" "Yes Ma'am, is the suspect Black, White, Latino or Asian?" "They're two of them, and... and they are Black!" "What color shirt and pants are they wearing?" "They're both wearing dark clothing! Where are the police! Oh my God!!! They are on the side of my house looking around! Get the police out here now! Hello? Hello?" "Unit at ____ the P/R is on the line. She describes the suspects as two male Blacks wearing dark clothing on the side of the house right now." "Control, that's us. The P/R is describing us. We're two Black officers. We're wearing dark clothing, our uniform. Tell the P/R to open the door and come out and talk to us. The noise she's reporting is a tree branch." The operators had it easy, it's a tougher call for an officer. Err on the side of safety and treat people respectfully and hope that situation turns out okay for everyone. My motto, everyone gets to go home.
What should we do after we have filled provisional fees of LNMIIT? They say merit list is out but not getting it can anyone explain?Thanks for the A2A.The first merit list has not yet been announced, only the provisional cut-offs were given to make it easier for the applicants to know which branch they have a probability of getting( so they can keep their back-ups ready).When the merit list is announced, you can check it online, and you will also get a message on your registered mobile number ( At least, that is how I got my result last year). As of now, the date for the release of the first Merit list is 27th June.If you get your desired branch in the first round itself, then you can pay the remaining fees and complete the admission process. You can also withdraw your application, and Rs.3000 will be deducted from the provisional fees and the rest will be refunded to you. In case, you don’t get your desired branch, you have to either choose the branch that you are getting, or can carry on to the next round of counselling. The refund policy, for each round has been explained in the following link :http://www.lnmiit.ac.in/ugadmiss...You can also find important dates of the counselling process on this link :http://www.lnmiit.ac.in/ugadmiss...All the best :-)