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After a B.Tech, which form should be filled out to get a job?1. CATCommon Admission Test (CAT) is a computer based test given in India to test Quantitative Ability, Data Interpretation, Verbal Ability and Logical Reasoning. The Indian Institutes of Management (IIMs) use the test as an important component in selecting students for their Management programs. This test is generally held in November and is useful in not only getting admission in IIM's but also in various other reputed MBA colleges in India.2. GATEGraduate Aptitude Test in Engineering (GATE) is an entrance exam conducted annually for admissions to various science and technology post-graduate programs in India. This exam is conducted every February by the IISc and the group of IIT's. Apart from MTech Admissions, GATE Score is being increasingly used in Recruitment of Engineering graduates into top PSU companies in India.3. ELITMUSElitmus is online job consultancy which help graduates and students in finding best and comprehensive jobs . Through Elitmus Test (Called PH Test) students get placed in many reputed organizations.The pH test tests the employability skills of the test taker and is conducted every month in different cities of India.4. IESIndian Engineering Services (IES) are the technical services that meet the technical and managerial functions of the government of India. The Exam is conducted by Union Public Service Commission(UPSC) in the month of June India wide.5. CDSStudents can also join Armed Forces after B.Tech. This can be done by appearing in Combined Defence Services Examination. There are three types of exams for B.Tech students:1.UES exam - students can appear in the final year of B.Tech.2.TES exam - students can appear in the final year of B.Tech.3.UPSC exam- students can appear after doing B.Tech.6. IBPSThe Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS) conducts a common exam for 19 public banks for the Post of Specialist Officer for B.Tech students. Candidates who appear for this exam are issued scorecards which is used to apply to various Banks.7. BARCBhaba Atomic Research Center coducts OCES/DGFS exam to train and then recruit B.Tech engineers as Scientific Officers. Freshers and students in final year of Engineering can also apply.8. IAS/PCSIndian Administrative Services (IAS) are actually the civil based administrative services of the Government of India. The officers that are designated as IAS are the ones that relate to the policy making of our nation and relates to the complete bureaucracy of the Union Government. They are selected through entrance test Conducted by Union Public Service Commission.Provincial Civil Services (PCS) are actually the civil based administrative services of the State Government. These officers relate to the policy making of the state to which they belong. These officers are also selected through an entrance test conducted by the state based Public Service Commission.9. GREThe Graduate Record Examinations (GRE) is a standardized test required to get admission in Master's Degree Programs in the United States and in other English-speaking countries. This test is the first step towards taking admission in MS Course in various Universities in US. This test is conducted throughout the year. However, applications for Master's Courses are invited only two times a year. So a student taking GRE exam should plan his/her Exam date according to the Application Cut-off dates.10. GMATThe Graduate Management Admission Test is a standardized, computer-based assessment which is the first step in getting admission in Management Courses of various World Class Universities including Harvard and Oxford. Like GRE, GMAT test takers may register for the GMAT throughout the year.
Is it legal for a doctor to charge fifty dollars to fill out the one page ca20 form workers comp requires?Almost certainly. This is not covered under the costs of medical care. If it takes him only 10 minutes to do so that physician is being underpaid. If it is 5 minutes it might be close. Doctor’s time is expensive because of high overhead. The front desk person, the nurse, the building, the utilities, the malpractice insurance. Most physicians have overhead of over $200 an hour.
If a company I worked for 3-4 years ago didn't reimburse me for few thousand dollars because I didn't fill out the form correctly, is there anyway to get this money back?Their lawyer > your lawyerTheir resources > yoursIf you can now afford a lawyer on this you probably earn enough where this amount is not so signNow to you. In the end it's just money, and there are far more valuable things in life than money such as time; which no amount of money can buy.
What would happen if I walked into a bank to deposit $1 million dollars in cash? Do most banks have machines that do the counting?A couple things would ensue if you just walked into a bank ready to deposit $1 million into your account.First, the teller would probably need a couple seconds to realize you legit just brought a million bucks to a bank. Second, after he/she got themselves together and stopped dreaming about all the things they could do with all that money, their suspicion level would go way, way up. Normal businessmen or rich people don't usually just deposit a whole million into their account. Most people with that much money on hand have separate banks, so you already look like a guilty amateur.However, if you provide a reasonable explanation on why you have so much money and why you want to deposit it in the bank, 9/10 times (granted you plan on doing this 10 times) the banker will just laugh while he/she deposits the money, and when you leave the bank will file a suspicion report to the U.S. Treasury. From there, the treasurey will ever so silently start tracking your every dollar and see where it goes to. Now that your money is under 24/7 surveillance, any illegal transaction will result in a manhunt to have you tracked down and arrested, and then the FBI/Treasury would seize the money from the bank. BUT, if it's all LEGAL money that you saved since you were a wee-boy up to where you are now, and simply just feel like depositing the entire million into your account, that's 100% fine and nothing will occur other than a raised eyebrow.However, there is the slight chance that the banker/teller decides not to allow the deposit. Two things will happen here:1. They will call the police. Then the police will literally arrest the money, not you but actually the money, until you can prove the money is yours. While this is not common protocol in any means, it can happen.2. The teller or banker will simply "delay" the deposit until a "higher-up" can verify it being legit. From a former high-end bank teller:"I have personally been delayed awaiting manager approval for (non-cash) transactions in the 200K range -- on such occasions, the teller used a particular subtle phrasing which seemed to connote 'This is not an illegal or questionable transaction, it's okay for you (manager) to approve.'"You see, the bank only really gets suspicious if you aren't paying in cash. If you pay such a high amount through check and it bounces, the bank very well could go bankrupt.So if you want to deposit a million bucks, to avoid most suspicion, deposit in CASH, make sure you have documentation proving its your cash and you obtained it legally (i.e. taxes are documented as paid, etc.) and you aren't wearing torn pants and a dirty shirt when you go to make the deposit.In conclusion, the most likely thing to happen is just some raised eyebrows and a report the Treasury ... If you look the part and pay with cash. But really, everything stated above could happen.
Can you buy a machine gun at a gun show as many Democrats are suggesting?This question unwittingly I believe exposes the problem with the overall gun control debate better than most from both sides. That is we are often talking past each other and not paying attention to each other at all, not to mention that we are entrenched in our points of view and aren’t really having a debate or a discussion.Yes, you can buy and legally own a fully automatic machine gun in the United States. You can even buy one at a gun show, as long as you follow the rules established by Federal and local law. Machine gun ownership is highly regulated and requires an extensive background check. The gun is in a national database and you have to report transportation of the weapon across state lines. There are criminal penalties if you violate the law, which is the National Firearms Act of 1934.The NFA was very successful at getting machine guns out of the hands of criminals and was in fact supported by the National Rifle Association. Sure, there will be the occasional criminal who will violate the law but outside of a Miami Vice episode fully automatic weapons are rare and, when privately owned, in the possession of a law abiding citizen who pays taxes and follows the rules administered by the ATF. The rules are tough but most people accept them as reasonable. The weapons in question are not used in the execution of a crime and can be considered safe and “well regulated.”The so called “anti-gun” position, and for the record you can count me in that group, tends to focus on relatively cosmetic and emotional appeals to gun control. That’s understandable due to the horrors we’ve seen, but things like the assault weapons ban and, here in New York, restrictions on magazines, tended to annoy the more knowledgeable gun enthusiast and lead to a breakdown in dialogue between those who are upset about the carnage and those who have a desire to own and use firearms. There was always going to be some disagreement, but that there is no discussion just compounds the tragedy.The recent events in Las Vegas were horrible. No reasonable person will deny that there needs to be some kind of rational debate and discussion. There will be people on both sides who might disagree with that of course, but if you accept the premise of the NFA in regulating weapons from the Al Capone era you already have a basis for dialogue. The problem is that Las Vegas is an outlier and it doesn’t address most of the actual carnage.Most gun deaths in the United States are not like Las Vegas. We have approximately 33,000 each year. 2/3 of them are suicides. Women firearms deaths are largely from domestic violence. In these cases the good guy with the gun might just be, due to mental illness or uncontrolled anger, actually the bad guy. Then there’s the deaths due to accidents or misuse. Ironically, the gun purchased for self defense is far more dangerous to the owner and their loved ones than it is protection against a violent stranger.To me, as a person who thinks guns should be regulated more rigorously, the questions about bans and appeals to the Second Amendment are distractions. I think the NRA acts like those tobacco companies back in the day that paid doctors to opine on the health benefits of cigarettes or who paid celebrity endorsers to smoke. We have a trade organization representing an unscrupulous group of businessmen who are exploiting our emotions, fears, and yes, our self-image as Americans, to sell a dangerous consumer good and avoid appropriate oversight.These businessmen, like their counterparts in the tobacco industry, would like to sell a large amount of product at a profit that depends on people having an image of themselves and of the world around them that beggars reality. It requires that we buy into it. There isn’t a huge market for the kinds of firearms you use to get a gold medal in the biathlon at the Winter Olympics, nor is there a big enough market for guns used to put meat on the table. Hunting as a sport is shrinking every year and we don’t do particularly well at international shooting competitions considering. The market where there’s money and profit requires that people see themselves in need of a weapon that can be used for self-defense or that mimics the kind of weapon designed and used for war. It’s a market that benefits from minimal regulation and not even the most reasonable requirements for education, insurance or screening. To push this marketing the trade organization paints a picture of a dystopian, dangerous America where you need a gun on you at all times and where you have to be afraid of your government and of strangers when if you want to see the real threat of gun ownership you just have to look in a mirror.So, do I think that we should ban guns? Absolutely not. I think a law abiding adult should be able to own one subject to the law and with a clear understanding of the risks. I also think you should be allowed to enjoy a cigar.I tend to think the Democrats are more often right on the issue, but then I also remember when Republicans like Governor Ronald Reagan were on the forefront of gun control. In the current situation where we are polarized and not talking to each other and each national party in entrenched it’s important to keep in mind that maybe what we really need is to start a discussion and that the consensus we’ve had since 1934 on automatic weapons might be a good place to start. Yes, we can have reasonable gun laws that work for all of us, but maybe we better start looking at the bigger problems, which aren’t what makes the headlines. We can start by having a discussion and respecting each other.
What is the most bizarre thing a coworker has done to get fired?We had a guy show up drunk to work and run a tractor up and kind of over a prune tree.That in it of itself would probably have been enough to get him fired, but it would also have been excused. Prunes aren’t worth a damn thing anymore, the tractor was fine (so far), everything could have been forgiven unless my boss realized he was drunk if he would have just walked away. Hell, even if my boss had realized he was drunk he probably would have forgiven it.He’s fired two people in his 25 years of being boss man, one of whom got in the face of his dad who had just had a stroke and the other one managed to spend 8 hours not mowing a yard, then call us up and say he needed some OT to finish. (I’m the boss’ personal go-getter, aka the company bitch).But no, this piece of intellectual brilliance decides that he was going to pull the tractor back down with his Tacoma. Why he didn’t just reverse the tractor off of the tree will forever confuse me, but I digress.He gets his baby Yota over to the tractor, takes a tow rope and hooks up to the front (the end that’s in the air) of the tractor, and left the tractor in gear. Anyone who’s ever tried to do anything knows exactly what’s happening next, which turned into a Tow Mater and sons experiment. He drops his truck into four wheel, hits the gas, andPuts the tractor on its ass. My boss and I come rolling around the corner as he was running from his truck back to his tractor. But even then, my boss didn’t fire him — the guy just quit from shame/embarrassment. The cocaine story has this one beat, but I can’t miss an opportunity to show some tractor tipping.EDIT: Since I’ve got a couple requests: during prune harvesting season we bring in a lot of outside labor contractors. As is common with most job sites, there’s no drinking or consumption of drugs or alcohol allowed during company time on company property. One of the guys, we’ll call him B, every day showed up to work like he’d just ate a bag of freakin’ coffee beans. He mellowed out all morning long, but he was weird, because after lunch he would be really low, but then he’d slam his ass in gear and be rolling along pretty well all afternoon.One day my boss and I decided I was going to learn the ropes from B (he was the best equipment operator we had) so I followed him everywhere. His morning pick-me-ups? Line of cocaine. He mellowed out throughout the day because he would hollow out and put joints inside of his apples that he would “eat” while in the machine, (the machine guys can’t see each other, so we had no idea he was lighting up). He told me the secret to this was putting them inside of a little ziploc baggie to keep them dry. For lunch, he would do another line of coke, then drink a frosty forty, pour another frosty forty in his water jug (we always assumed he brought the extra one from home and left it by his car full of ice so he could drink cold water in the afternoons without having to move). He’d discovered from years of practice I guess that the line of coke and frosty forty counter-act each other well enough that you don’t seem obviously drunk, but you don’t seem too enthused to be doing your job either.Needless to say, the boss man and I were pretty shocked. Nobody said anything because we needed to finish out the harvest, and as I said previously, this guy was a fantastic machine op, but we kept the harvest in house the following year.
This email claims I won a large prize in a South African lottery. Is this a scam?Winning Lottery Letter Scam: How It WorksThis is the most common scam email that people receive. It can also come through the regular mail as a letter. The recipients are informed that they have won millions of dollars at some lottery.Some of the most used names are: International Postcode Lottery, People Postcode Lottery, Gmail Lottery, Microsoft Lottery, Coca-Cola Lottery, Spanish Lottery, Dream Lottery, Reader's Digest Lottery or Publishers Clearing House. The victims are given "confirmation" numbers, just so the winnings look official. How does the scam workWatch the video below to see in action how the Lottery/Sweepstakes scam works.The letter starts with the classic: "We are delighted to inform you of the results of the lottery" then procedes to inform you that some winning names and numbers were released and yours is amongst them."Lottery Designed To Promote 2018 FIFA World Cup and 2020 Olympic Games"The letter claims that the program was designed to promote the 2018 FIFA World Cup hosted by Russia and the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo. To claim your winnings you are invited to contact an agent (such as "Michael Dean" from Westpac Financial Consultants, but don't be fooled - the names could be changed in any letter), who will ask you for some "minor taxes" in order to release the money.Here is a picture of the latest letter going around:But that's not all.Here Is A Different Variation of the Lottery ScamIn a different variation of the scam, crooks claim they are winners of the lottery and are looking to donate the proceeds.The email going around looks like the one below, geographically targeted for where you are:"This is a personal mail directed to you. My wife and I won 148.6 million Euro in the 2015 Euro Millions jackpot and have voluntarily decided to donate one million dollar to few credible people from our winnings to enable them start a charity project. This will be of great importance to the society.You can verify our winnings by visiting the web pages below. (followed by fake links)Yours Sincerely,Gillian & Adrian Bayford"The way the scam works is: in order to get your money, you are required to pay a certain fee, such as 5% from the whole amount. This is considered to be a processing fee or governmental fee that all the winners have to pay.Winning Lottery Letter Scam: How It WorksYou can never win a lottery without participating. Don't believe that somebody else might have put your name in the draw. You might also notice that the notifications always refer to you as "Dear Winner", but never "Dear John" (or whatever your name is).If you really are into earning money online, use only legitimate companies, such as Swagbucks or GlobalTestMarket. Who are theyPut cash back in your wallet with Swagbucks! is the world's largest free online rewards program. You get paid by doing things online such as searching the web, discover products, take surveys, watch videos, or play games. You can also get free iTunes and Amazon cards. The company has a A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau.. They even have a $5 sign up bonus.If you are into paid surveys, this is the place. GlobalTestMarket is an industry leader in online research panels, where members are invited to participate in online surveys on numerous topics, and in return are eligible for cash or regular and frequent entry into sweepstakes. Highly recommended, as they also have A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau.
What’s the funniest conversation you’ve had with a phone scammer?We started getting repeated calls from the “US Grant Department” claiming that they would give us a grant of $6240(?) dollars, if we paid enrollment into the program or something. I’m sure there was some legal reason for the dollar amount, like it was a dollar under the felony fraud amount or something. After a couple of these, asking where the grant department was headquartered, why their phone number showed a different area code, legal questions, etc, I finally found a way that actually tripped up these scumsuckers… I answered that I was REALLY excited about their program, how I REALLY needed the money and was so glad that I was gonna get a grant… but that there was just one problem. I NEEDED MORE MONEY. I started asking about how to get a grant for $11,500, could they hook me up? I asked if there was a manager I could speak to to request a larger amount, form to fill out for a waiver for more, another grant program, whether my minor children could apply, how long it would take to get the money, and whether I could go again afterwards, how about $11,200? When they started to flounder and get rude with me I threatened to report them to their manager! That finally got them to quit the call.
How would you earn 10k per month illegally (no drugs/killing)?Alrighty! I want $10,000 dollars a month… can’t do it legally… can’t kill… can’t be drugs… hmmm. Ok, I think I got it.Step one: get to a large city. This works better in larger cities.Step two: get duct-tape. Needs to be duct-tape, not just any tape.Step three: Locate and plot a map of all vending machines in the area (avoid police stations and schools). There are typically a couple in hospitals, large office buildings, recreational facilities, etc.Step four: Use the duct-tape to clog up the coin dispensary in the vending machine.Step five: Make sure you have 100- 150 vending machines plotted out… preferably get more.Step six: Go around once per week to every vending machine. Do this on a rolling basis, meaning do 1–30 on day one, then 31–60 on day two, etc.Step seven: sleep. You always need this!Calculations: Assuming 100 vending machines… average of three dollars change per day (there will be losses if someone figures it out… most people won’t even bother if there change doesn’t come out… most people kick the vending machine and walk away in frustration), you will get 100 * 3 * 30 = $9000 per month. Not quite 10K, but this was the low end… get more vending machines and you’ll be golden! Of course, until you get caught… which is the problem of doing things illegally.Personally, I recommend erring on the side of the law. It’s typically a lot less work and you avoid jail time by making your money that way! In no way do I advocate stealing!Also, to supplement your income… and this is a really twisted move… stay in a building, that has one of those charity coin/ money things that you can roll down coins into, after it shuts down for the night. Use a small scooper attached to bicycle spokes to grab bills and coins. Then hide in bath room or somewhere else safe for the night… and walk out with the crowd the next morning:)… also, I advocate for not doing this!