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How does WBJEE counselling work?WBJEE counselling procedure is very much similar to the counselling procedure adopted in JEE MAINS. After obtaining a rank in the exam interested candidates will be required to generate username and password and will have to pay the registration fee. This registration fee will be non-refundable,which is around 500. After registration candidates will be required to fill their choices online through the website. After declaration of round 1 result a candidate will be left with 3 choices. 1- accept the seat and take admission in the allocated seat.2- consider the candidate for up-gradation to higher filled choices.3- surrender the seat and pull out yourself from the counselling procedure.candidates will have to report to the reporting center within the specified period of time and will have to submit their choices failing to do so in round 1 will automatically remove you from further consideration and you will loose your seat. For choices 1 & 2, candidates will have to pay seat acceptance fee which will be returned in further rounds if you opt for choice 3( but will have to report to the reporting center,otherwise the candidate will not be able to claim it).This procedure will be repeated for three rounds and extra rounds can be introduced if the counselling team feels the necessity of it.In last round you will be forced to either accept the allocated seat or surrender your seat.
How do I company registration online?A business organization that makes, buys, or sells goods or services in exchange for money is known as a Company.In simple words, company is a mode of doing business.Your business setup need to be well thought of and the most important is to decide which form of business structure or vehicle to adopt. Choice of vehicle will help you to achieve most of your entrepreneurial dreams.Mostly, it depends on what is your expansion plans, future team size, funding requirements and business vision.Company registration means legally getting the right to do business in India, registration of company is also known as formation of business or incorporation of company.6 Reasons Why you must Register your Company?It protects you from personal liability for business risks and lossesMakes you look serious and attracts more customersCreates better image and credibility in the marketEasier to get bank credit and investment from investorsCreates faith in employees and easy to attract talented manpowerIt is very convenient to exit or sell the business, due to less documentation and costRead more about Company Registration – The Ultimate Step by Step Guide For IndiaHope this was helpful! :)
What startups are looking for funding in March 2011? For the next three days, I'll be sitting with the VC team at USVP, one of Silicon Valley's biggest VC firms. I'm watching TED with them for the next three days at their offices on Sand Hill Road.Payoff.com is a social finance platform enabling communities to fulfill their individual and collective dreams. We launched public beta in January 2011 and have collected 1,000+ dreams, of which over 90% are related to money. Payoff helps people fund their dreams and signNow their goals, like saving for a house or vacation, adopting a child, paying off credit cards, and starting a business, in addition to connecting them with other people working towards the same things. The current product enables users to share their dreams, set up goals, link and track financial accounts, earn badges, and receive cash Sur-Prizes for progress. We provide tools from top-quality partners, as well as educational content to help move users to action and success. Ultimately, we provide a more intuitive way for users to understand how they are spending their life -- it’s not about the dollars, but it’s about the positive use of money, time, talent, and charity. We aim to own dreams and achievement on the web. Payoff will create meaningful social connections and dialogue through dreams, goals, implicit communities based on personal transactions (the “real-life check-in”), and our partners. In addition, our relevance and recommendation engine is guided by a Science Advisory Board, with leaders from Cal-Tech, USC, and Northwestern. We recognize that achievement and financial behavior, like most decisions, is driven by emotions, not budgets and lists, and we are signNowing people in this emotional space. One user told us, “I feel more encouragement from these badges than I think you will ever know. I'm not the most emotional person but I have been so poor for most of my adult life trying to get through school that the day [the] "STASH" badge was awarded to me I cried!” Payoff is founded by Scott Saunders (Walz Group, Inc 500) and Eden Warner (pre-revenue to profitability CFO at Fandango), along with folks from Yahoo! and SpotRunner. You can view a video about us at and contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Also, check out what folks are saying: AOL WalletPop: http://www.walletpop.com/2011/01...Business Insider: http://www.businessinsider.com/p...U.S. News Money: http://money.usnews.com/money/bl...
Can someone share their real life experiences about nature of SSC CGL interview posts after getting selected?I think I can answer this question as I have some experience as Customs Inspector. I will limit my answer to C & CE. I was selected as Central Excise Inspector through SSC CGL 2011. In Gujarat, Customs, Central Excise and Service Tax are together unlike in Mumbai. Officers are rotated in these departments every 4 yrs. I was posted as Customs Inspector first at Surat for 5 months and then at Ahmedabad including Airport posting.In field formation, as Customs Inspector, the officer has to inspect and examine imported goods as well as export goods at Port/ICD. At internatinal airports, i think you already know the work of a Customs Officer. There are desk jobs also where the officer has to do file work like permissions, adjudication, legal, audit etc. Usually field formation posting and HQ postings rotated alternately yearwise.Now I am posted as Central Excise Inspector in Delhi Zone (transferred on ICT). Excise posting is usually desk job except preventive work/audit. As Sector Officer in Range, the officer has the jurisdiction over certain manufacturer units.Overall experience in the department so far is good and satisfying. But then definition of satisfaction is subjective. Decent salary, decent work, reputation. Only cons is stagnation. It takes almost 20-25 years to signNow Class I (Assistant Commissioner). Promotions are fast in Income Tax as compare to C & CE.
How difficult is it for a US citizen to get a UK Tier 4 visa?The Tier 4 visa is the student visa, if your studies will last longer than six months. In order to qualify for a student visa, you need to have secured acceptance from a recognized UK university, either for a degree program or a study abroad program. Once you have this, the university should provide you an ID number to submit with your visa application. This may be outdated as it's been four years since I last applied for my Tier 4 visa. You also have to show that you have the funds for your studies, either through a bank statement, a federal or private loan letter or a scholarship letter, or some combination thereof. You also have a set form you have to fill out, and you need to submit your current passport and any old passports. The visa will be issued as a sticker on your current passport. Finally, you need to go to a place near you (the immigration services site will help you find one) to submit biometric data. The hardest part is getting all of the signNowwork and moving parts together. But it's generally very straightforward. If you have your funding and the admissions offer, and don't have a criminal record, getting the actual visa is not difficult. I've done it twice.
How do you apply for colleges and also prepare?In the US, you have to fill out an application, and usually, pay an application fee. You may also have to have copies of transcripts sent. Most colleges nowadays have an on-line application form, at least for the first step. In some cases, colleges combine efforts into some sort of common application. For example, if you want to apply to any college in Texas, you start out with the Texas college application form and list the school to which you want to apply. Some applications may require test scores (ACT/SAT/TOEFL, etc.), letters of recommendation, essays or videos, transcripts, and possibly other items.
What is the craziest thing you have ever said or done at an interview and still gotten the job?A couple of years ago I was working as freelancer when I got a call from a start-up after he found my number on LinkedIn. He started with his introduction as following: "I'm Mr.X and I'm the founder of XY company and we're looking for a resource in XYXY domain and we found your profile in Linkedin.. blah..blah".He also said, "We're trying to get in touch with you in linkedin for the past couple of weeks. Since you did't responded, we thought why don't we call you!". I'm awestruck since it's been ages I've logged into linkedin and the last time I logged in was the week after I've created linkedin account. Then I was like, "Oh Ok. I was busy for the past couple of weeks so I didn't check my linkedin". Until that day I never really knew the purpose of linkedin.He then asked me about my portfolio and skills and what I was doing and regular interview stuffs. He was really good at communication and his accent seems like american. But I spoke typical south Indian accent which for me looks like american but for the people in the other end feel like protagonist of Quick Gun murugan(Mind it!). So most of the time he was like, "Sorry can you come again? I can't get you!"At some point I really felt very uncomfortable and asked him, "Do you know Tamil?" and he hesitantly said "Yes!". Then I didn't care what he thinks and started to converse in Tamil. I was honest about what I do and what I can offer and also said I'm not interested in any full time employment. He said that he wants the same and he wants me to work for him on a contract basis for 3 months.I said, "Yeah sure. Why not. But I will work only from my home and I cannot travel back to your office in Chennai". I know what you think. My confidence at that time is sky-rocketing because I was really growing fast as a freelancer which boosts my ego further more. So I spoke my mind and didn't care to put a filter in my mind whether I spoke right or wrong.He is fine with it at that time and after a week he called me again and offered me 35% extra from my proposal if I'm willing to work from his office for those 3 months. I'm like this kid who's jumping up and down in excitement.I hid all my excitement and replied him, "I need some time to think" (If I said yes suddenly he'll find I'm really desperate). Then after a day I accepted his proposal and went on to work for him which really went well and he keeps persuaded me to join for full time.But this time I don't want to do the same mistake which I did few years back. So I said no since I can't stay away from my family, friends, mom's food and watching Kumkumbhagya with my sister. But they offered me another deal which I can't refuse i.e., "I can work from home and I can travel to office any time whenever I feel like!". This time I never said I need time to think. I desperately said YES! YES! YES!
What is it like to be a geek in a prison?I'm a hacker who served 4.5 months of a 9 month sentence 5 years ago. I was in two jails in that time, spending the majority of the time in the second, lower security place. The experience totally changed me, but in a positive way.First of all, I actually had a lot of fun in jail. My education made certain aspects of the prison system very easy for me to navigate, such as legal documentation and debating with guards. My ability to mend broken electronics very quickly became known. These things made me feel very safe, since people were actively protecting me. It also made me feel quite important in the community.It started when someone came to me and asked what I knew about mending mobile phones. In UK jails, many people have mobiles, usually obtained by over-the-fence smuggling. Pay-as-you-go credit vouchers are a major form of currency. This guy was very important on the wing - he had a crew of other guys who walked around with him and people often came to pay him. I said I knew enough about phones, and what did he want? He explained that someone had owed him money but couldn't pay. He'd taken the guy's phone as payment, but the phone was pin-locked and he couldn't get in. The phone was an old Samsung, one which I knew (having previously owned one) didn't impose any limit on the number of pin attempts. So I told the guy: yeah, I know a few tricks. But I need to get my tools out so I'll do it overnight. (Note: I didn't have any tools). The guy left me with the phone overnight, and I sat up through the night to try all 10,000 possible 4-digit combinations. Thankfully, the correct code turned up in the mid 2000s. So the next day this guy turned up and was amazed that I had figured out the code. He went round telling everyone that I was some tech wizard and that people should always come to me with their problems. In return for the job he arranged for me to have a Playstation 2 in my cell for two weeks, and to get access to a phone whenever I wanted. For the rest of my time, people would bring me trivially broken electronics and I would retire for the evening to make it out like I was doing something difficult, then return the fixed item the next day. It massively increased my quality of life in there.Secondly, it opened my eyes to how people less fortunate than me live their lives, and how terrible the prison system is for most people. Many, many people in jail were severely mentally ill. There was no support for them. Some were killed in jail, either by inmates or staff, because they flipped out and people got scared. Another large group of people were hopelessly addicted to very harmful drugs. People who exploited this group were the most powerful - they would have drugs smuggled in, then build an army of addicts who would do their bidding to get the next fix. It was a really explosive situation. Almost every act of violence was drug debt related. Immigrants were completely screwed in jail, because there was no way for them to navigate the bureaucracy. I helped several people avoid deportation, including one cell-mate who had a hit contract out on him in Jamaica because he defended his business when yardies tried to extort him. He couldn't read or write, so he couldn't fill out the asylum application. His patois was so strong that his lawyer couldn't really understand what he said, and the border agency was going to send him back to Jamaica to be killed. I wrote letters to the border agency, the prison governor and the home secretary and he was granted asylum and an interpreter was arranged so that his legal visits would be more productive. Hundreds of others in similar situations go without that help every year.Thirdly, I saw some horrible things. For example: 'syruping' - when someone mixes sugar into a bucket of boiling water and dumps it on someone's face. The dissolved sugar makes the boiling water cling to the skin longer, and the skin peels off leaving the raw flesh exposed. I also saw someone held down by four guys, who performed anal surgery on him with a sharpened spoon to extract drugs he was hiding. He later maimed all four of his assailants, stabbing them in the neck with a pen (saw that too). Another was a guy who was clearly paranoid schizophrenic. His cell was opposite mine. He started screaming one night and barricaded himself in. He then stripped off and covered himself with baby oil, and started setting fire to his cell. The guards came in riot gear to tackle him, but he was so slippery it was like trying to catch an eel. He gave them the run around for quite a while before they eventually held him down and injected him* and he was carried away screaming. He died in hospital.Fourthly, I felt so ashamed of myself that I changed my life forever. I was a middle class white kid with a great education who got obsessed with hacking and document security as a teenager and went down for figuring out how to replicate the driving license, thus throwing away many of the advantages that luck, society and my parents had given me. Everyone else in there had no such advantages. Most of them were born to a life where poverty, drugs, violence and lack of education all being concentrated in their environment led to them being systematically channeled into prison. I was there essentially through misplaced intellectual curiosity, while others were there because their lives were so bad out of jail that crime was actually a rational survival choice. Society failed them, while it tried to hold me up with both hands. I was, and am, disgusted with myself. Upon leaving jail I learned programming, worked freelance to pay for my tuition while I got a degree, got a PhD position, and am now working towards spending my life using my skills as efficiently as I can to improve the lives of as many people as possible. If I ever have a lazy moment, I just have to cast my mind back to prison, and the disgust with myself rises up again, and I launch myself back into work with an energy I never knew I had before prison.Finally, I would say that my criminal record has not held me back. I no longer have to legally disclose it**, but when I did I always did so with a letter explaining some of the circumstances and how deeply it had affected my life. I had several positive comments about my disclosure, and I have never been turned down for a job I've applied for. It doesn't have to hold you back - your attitude has to convince a potential employer that your background makes you a great candidate, not a worse one.*This has been corrected: In my haste to write the post I previously wrote that a dart was used, when in fact it was a needle. Thanks to Marty Bee for pointing out that this was not likely.**For those who are curious, a conviction becomes 'spent' in the UK after a certain time. The times were recently reduced in a little publicised law (Legal Aid, Sentencing and Punishment of Offenders Act 2012), so my conviction was 'spent' after 48 months.