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How do I apply for a Schengen visa from India, and what are the financial requirements? I would like to know how much funds I need to show on my bank account for a 14-day trip to Europe.First thing first “Finalizing the Visa Consulate”:If you are planning to tour more than two countries in the Schengen area then apply for visa to the embassy/consulate of the country you will be residing in for most of the travelling days, often referred as the main destination. If two countries have the same number of days then choose the one where you are planning to land or exit.In case you do not have a fixed itinerary (not recommended, though), and you plan to visit several countries in the Schengen area randomly, then apply to the embassy/consulate of the country which you are entering first.Since now you know which embassy you need to apply, next is how to apply and what are the documents required.Long trail of documentation:The most painful part is this, where you need to prepare the documentation. I will keep the checklist simple and provide rationale on why they ask for the particular document which will help you understand the significance of it and you can produce a substitute, if possible and required1) Valid passport (issued within the last 10 years and with at least 3 months validity after the scheduled return; passports with observations regarding the front data page are no accepted) with at least two empty pages Nothing much to say, of course you need a valid passport. Since the maximum stay with a Schengen visa can be of 90 days, so 3 months validity is required on the passport. Two blank pages, because one will have Visa sticker and the other page will have Indian immigration stamps and the stamps from the Schengen country where you are landing and exiting.2) 2 passport pictures according to biometric specifications, not older than 6 months Go to the studio and get a photo of the dimension 35 mm in length and 45 mm in height. Your face (the start of the hairline in the forehead till end of your chin) should be between 32 mm to 36 mm. Get the photo in a light background, white is preferred. Detailed information can be obtained here Cheap Tip: Do not go to any fancy studio and spend a bomb on just the photo. The consulate needs a clean and clear photo with the above mentioned specifications (which are very general) and not for featuring you as a playboy model, so save the buck.3) Leave letter of your company (if employed)This letter serves as a proof of return to your own country, so make sure the letter clearly states your designation, since when you are working with the company, leave dates (mandatorily covering your entire stay), date on which you will resume your duties.No-objection certificate of school or university (if student) This is pretty much same as the above.4) Proof of financial status If employed:Payslips of the past three months / employment contract Provide either of them, not both. Provide three latest Payslips, as it clearly states how much you are earning and if you are capable of surviving a European trip. This document helps the Visa officer gauge your financial status and also validates that the money earned is legal.If self-employed:Certificate of Proprietorship or other proof of ownership (proof of land title, proof of income from agriculture (sales form) etc.) 5) Income Tax Return (ITR) form or Form 16(Certificate of Income Tax deducted at the source of salary)It ensures that all the fund in your bank account is earned legally. Though my experience is that, they hardly care how you have earned the money. If they see there is enough fund available in your account then they are fine.6) Personal bank statement of the past three months with sufficient fundsHere they look into couple of things; first, money in your account is sufficient to cover your entire stay in Schengen area during your travel period. Second, the fund has not been deposited all of a sudden to inflate the available balance. I have written below in detail on how much you should show in your bank account, so keep reading. The bank account statement can be online, but make sure it is a bank statement with details of transaction and not just an account summary. You can show travelers cards (with statement stating available balance), credit card statement, and fixed deposits in your name or joint accounts. If anyone is sponsoring you (like your father or mother), a sponsoring letter addressed to the consulate from him/her and his/her bank statement for last 3 months.7) Proof of accommodation for your entire stay in the Schengen area.This is vital, I have read and heard personal experiences where the Visa has been cancelled due to discrepancy in accommodation arrangements. Make sure you have confirmed hotel bookings with details of the property owner/manager and property details (address). If you are staying at friends/relatives place then copy of their passport (with valid residence permit, in case of non-EU citizen) and an invitation mail will be sufficient as long as you are sponsoring your own stay.8) Flight and transport reservation Again, very vital. Many applications got rejected because of fake bookings. DO NOT make a fake reservation. Search for flights which has minimal cancellation charges and book your flights well ahead of travel date (45-60 days prior) to get a good deal. If you are travelling within Schengen countries then it is advised to show them train/bus bookings for inter-nation travel. One need not show travel details within the country, say if you are travelling within Italy (Rome to Florence) then need not show prior bookings. But if you are travelling from Italy to Switzerland then it is advised to show a confirmed booking.9) Travel Insurance Vital to get visa and also for your own sake. If something unwanted happens and you need to avail medical services then you will be ripped off everything as healthcare is expensive in whole of Europe. The travel insurance must cover Euro 30, 000.00 in case of hospitalization and must cover emergency medical evacuation and repatriation of remains. The list of approved travel insurance companies can be fetched here.10) Proof of civil status Marriage certificate, birth certificate of children, death certificate of spouse, ration card if applicable or Aadhaar Card.11) 1 copy of your passport’s data page Print the first two pages and last two pages of your passport in an A4 size paper.12) Residency proof, if address in the passport falls outside the jurisdiction region of the consulate: Which consulate or which region you can apply? You can apply at the region (North, South, East or West) where you are residing for last 6 months.This is something none of the blogs available in the internet have mentioned clearly. In case you are a domicile of different region and applying at a different region (domicile of Uttar Pradesh, North and working in Bangalore, South for last 3 years), or simply if the address mentioned in your passport does not fall under the jurisdiction region of then consulate then you need to provide either a copy of your rent agreement, or a letter from your company HR clearly mentioning your address or some utility bill (electricity, water or telephone bill).13) Duly filled application form Kept at last, because it is important. You can either fill an online application (recommended) or also can fill an offline application. German consulate online application can be filled here , similarly other Countries’ application form can be found in the respective VFS website. Self-Declaration Form can be found here, required only for German consulate. It is recommended to fill the online application form, it not only saves time at the application center but also legibility is better than the handwritten one.14) Cover Letter A letter addressed to the consulate you are applying. It must contain the followingPurpose of visit (tourism, visiting friends or family)Detailed itinerary If you have a sponsorExplain your personal relationship with your sponsor and the reason why they will be sponsoring your tripIf you cannot submit any of the required documents, write about the reasons why you cannot submit and explain alternative documents that you may have submittedYou can also mention the reasons why you will not overstay the visa period (employment, personal assets, etc.), explain your rootedness to the countryCool Tip: You can attach the itinerary separately which will enhance the readability of your letter.Write to me at [email protected] if you require a specimen cover letter or template of itinerary, I will be more than happy to help you with one.Visit my blog-How to obtain a Schengen Visa-Rules and tips
What is the success rate of getting a Schengen visa if you provide a valid passport, filled out application form, one-month valid travel insurance, bank statements of the applicant/sponsor, employment contract, cover letter and flight itinerary?I would say more than 90 percent if your entire documentation is correct and you don’t have any history in your passport. I have travelled to Europe twice since 2016 and my friends too keep travelling. Myself or even they have never faced any issue with schengen Visa.
To use Google AdMob in my iOS apps, do I need to fill out a form, similar to Apple's "Paid Applications" contract? And do I need to connect it to Apple somehow (so that they can take a share of the ad income)?Hi ,To integrate ADMob in your application, no need to fill out form or connect with apple , Complete the following steps to link an app.Sign in to your AdMob account at https://apps.admob.com.Click Apps in the sidebar.Select the name of the app you want to link. Note: If you don't see it in the list of recent apps, you can click All apps, then click the name of the app.Click App settings in the sidebar.Click the icon in the "App info" section.Click the link to link your app with the appropriate app store. A dialog box appears.Enter the app name, developer name, app ID, and/or OS and click Search. Note: If an Android app doesn't appear in the search results in AdMob and it's been at least 1 week since you published it, our Application Visibility and Discoverability troubleshooter may help.Click Select beside the app you want to link to.If you need any help you can connect with us at Kodesoft TechnologiesOr If you have any idea in your mind. do share your idea at - Kodesoft Technologies
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.
What do you think about pet adoption agencies who are so militant and self-righteous they would rather let the prospective pet languish in a cage, instead of going home to an otherwise responsible family that didn't quite measure up to their rules?I actually have some experience with both sides of this topic. I ran a ferret shelter for 15 years, and I’ve adopted dogs over the years, too.I was fairly picky about who adopted my shelter ferrets. It was my job to be sure they went to a good home with people who would really care for them. It broke my heart the times I found out the ferrets were being neglected. People would ask why I needed all this information. They’d say “I’m not adopting a child!” But to me, they were like children to me. Animals are innocent, can’t stand up for themselves, and don’t get to choose where they live or what they eat. I tried very hard to be sure the people who took those ferrets would really take care of them. Being human, I made mistakes and suffered for it.On the other hand, some places wouldn’t adopt to me because one of my ferrets is not neutered. Some places have rules that all other animals must be neutered or spayed, have a fenced-in yard, etc. Some ferret shelters won’t adopt to people with babies or small children because of liability issues.The trick is to strike a balance. I did adopt to people with children, but first, I had to see how the children behaved, how the parents reacted to the kids, and made sure the adult knew it was THEIR responsibility to make sure the ferret was kept clean, had food and water, and got to the vet when needed. Even with older children, I stressed that it was ultimately the parent’s obligation. I talked more people out of owning a ferret than into owning one. (Ferrets do have some special issues that dogs and cats don’t have, so they’re a bit harder to own.)Do I agree with some dog/cat shelters being very restrictive? To a point, but I do feel that some take it too far. I actually know a veterinarian who was turned down for adoption because she owned a non-neutered show dog. Show dogs are NOT neutered or spayed, otherwise they aren’t show dogs. The dog would have had a nice home, obviously gotten good vet care, had a fenced-in yard, etc. but they turned her down because her other dog wasn’t neutered. It wasn’t like she was breeding dogs, just showing them. She wanted to adopt a dog from the shelter as a pet.There are several reasons, I think, why some shelters are very strict. First, if you have a set of rules, it’s quicker and easier to follow them to pick homes. I spent a lot of time talking to people before I’d adopt to them. Public shelters don’t have that kind of time. When I was running the ferret shelter, if people got nasty with me, then I really didn’t want to work with them. It’s my choice. I don’t “sell” an animal like a pet store and end my relationship there. I like to keep in touch, see updates and photos, help with issues, etc. Shelters are not pet stores. Another main reason, in my opinion, is so they can sleep at night. It’s hard working at a shelter, watching nice animals brought in for euthanasia just because the people were tired of them. It’s hard dealing with some kinds of people who don’t feel any responsibility to really care for the animal, or worse, people who abuse animals. So people get tough out of self defense. It’s very stressful working at a shelter.
What is the single greatest piece of career advice, and why?As a headhunter, my entire job profited off of career decisions on a mass-scale. My role was to guide, advise, and coach my candidates to position themselves in the best light to land an attractive job offer or multiple offers for those who were really “lucky”. Every time I successfully placed a candidate in their new role, I’d earn a lucrative headhunting fee.After consulting thousands of professionals from Analyst to Chief-Executive level (ages 35–70) make life-altering career changes or the chances they missed or mistook, I see that my happiest, financially-secure/affluent, most well-balanced candidates adhered to this one common theme:Constantly refine YOUR OWN mission in life.This seemingly simple piece of advice is multi-layered, multi-purpose, and will deeply change the way you view yourself and your ability to succeed.Here’s how this single piece of career advice will change your life:#1. Most people flounder in their careers because work is a means to an end, unrelated to or not closely incorporating one’s natural strengths nor desires. The biggest mistake would be neglect your true self in an effort to continue pleasing your parents, your classmates, and adhere to your professor’s/boss’s/society’s rules. There is nothing more meaningless than living a life to win others’ approval.Nothing you will do will ever please or impress others enough. They’ll always want more and demand it from you. You must start LIVING FOR YOURSELF according your own mission. Do what YOU can do well and PERSEVERE at it, learning and pivoting on the way.As a young graduate, plenty of people told me what I should do. Doctor, lawyer, restauranteur, stockbroker, wouldn’t a stable, secure job like an accountant be nice? etc. Although I’m extroverted to the extreme, I actually don’t like working in teams and relying on others to get things done, plus my technical skills were passable at best. Sales appealed to my strengths in communication, writing, and persuasion. Despite everyone cautioning me against it, I took my first headhunting job right away and the rest is history.#2. Your mission makes your daily activities meaningful and will fuel you to signNow success faster. I recruited people in the pharmaceutical industry - my candidates who truly believed in the importance of their role and their impact on creating life-saving drugs found their jobs more enjoyable and exciting! Instead of dreading work and doing just the bare minimum to stay employed, they were highly attuned to: how they do their job better, who they needed to network with better to get the job done, and how else they can influence their industry/company/impact. They were highly engaged and were more likely to signNow the next stage in their careers due to the high quality of their work and their infectious positive energy.TIP: Hear why Doing What You Love actually creates a noticeable career advantage.#3. Your mission will push you to think bigger. Many people say they don’t really have a mission and are happy with status quo. I believe that is an unintentional lie. We’re so used to saying that we’re content, we’re happy with the cards that we’re dealt, we’re doing well, why complain (or strive for better)? These types of phrases undermine the capability within each individual. I truly believe that the economic value of people never realizing their potential is probably half of the existing GDP.Too many people have their dreams crushed from a young age, so just like in the movie Zootopia, the Dad and Mom bunny tell the main character, Judy Hops, that:“Ever wonder how your mom and me became so happy? We gave up on our dreams and settled. … That’s the beauty of complacency.”Having a mission will propel you to examine the next level-up of your potential. It’s no longer just about making XYZ dollars, achieving XYZ title, buying one house and one care, thinking yay! I achieved someone else’s definition of the American Dream. What is your own version of the American Dream? Why are you working so hard? What are you actually doing for the world? What is your legacy and fingerprint on this world? How many people can you influence more every day?It doesn’t have to be Bill Gates foundation big, but it can certainly be Big Brother Big Sister big. How else are you giving back to humanity? What causes can you contribute to?Thinking beyond just me, myself, and I (my family, my friends, etc.), who else or what else can you do on this earth while you’re here? It’s time to get out there and explore if you haven’t identified a cause to work for. Our humanity is in our ability to use what we have internally as gifts, and share it with the world. Is it your gift: singing, dancing, writing, acting, mentoring, motivating? By neglecting our true gifts, we’re depriving the world of our contributions!I have no doubt that if we all had the guts to pursue our missions day one, instead of waiting 10, 20, 30 years to do what we’ve always wanted to, we’d all be more happy, successful, and healthy.
Which NIT offers the best MSc in Mathematics courses?Giving complete information to you ;NIT refers to the National Institute of Technology. Recently, NIT,Calicut issued a notification that the NIT is going to conduct a Entrance Exam for the M.Sc course.This a good news to all those candidates who wants to take admission in the M.Sc course in the NIT .The application forms are out now.Candidates can fill the application form and get themselves eligible to give Entrance Exam.This is a opportunity for all those who wants to take admission in this very popular very sought post graduate course offer by NIT .Candidates can fill the application form of the entrance exam before the last date of submission.Candidates can fill the application form on the official website of the NIT.Courses Offered :M.Sc. MathematicsM.Sc. PhysicsM.Sc. ChemistryNational Institute of Technology is going to conduct an Entrance Exam for the M.Sc course through CCMN.M.Sc is the very sought course which is offered by the NIT and those candidates who wants to do M.Sc from this big institute can fill the application form.The admission in NIT will be on the basis of the rank,those candidates who holds the rank in the test than they will be eligible to get the admission.NIT 2017 Important DatesStarting Date of Application Form – From March 2017Last Date of Submission of Online Form – May 2017Date of the NIT Entrance Exam – 14 June 2017NIT 2017 Eligibility CriteriaNationality;*Candidate must be an Indian.If any candidate does not fit in this criteria than he/she will not be eligible for the entrance exam.Educational Qualifications;*Candidate must have a Bachelor Degree with at least 60% marks and 6.5 CGPA out of the 10.00 scale and for the reserved category students they have a Bachelor Degree with at least 55% marks and 5.5 CGPA out of the 10.00 scale.*Candidate have a Bachelor Degree of B.Sc (Hons.) /B.Sc /BCA/BIT candidates who completed the graduation are eligible to give the entrance test.Application Form NIT 2017.-First of all candidate can go to the official site of the National Institute of Technology i.e. NIT-Then click on the application form tab and then the new page will display on on the screen-Choose the entrance exam application form section and choose M.Sc entrance exam.-Fill the correct and proper information and upload the required scanned documents-Click on the submit button-Then pay the fees (Rs.600 for the General and OBC category candidates and Rs.300 SC/ST category candidates for the net banking or by debit or credit card or pay by the e-challan.-Save and Print the application form for the future use.JOB OPPORTUNITIES;There are various job opportunities after msc maths as shown below:-*Actuary*Estimator*Mathematician*Appraiser*External Auditor*Numerical Analyst*Bank Examiner*Operations Research Analyst*Benefits Administrator*Production Manager*Claims Adjuster*Foreign-Exchange Trader*Psychometrist*Commodities Trader*Information Scientist*Purchasing Agent/Buyer*Computer Programmer*Insurance Agent/Broker*Quality Control Analyst*Contract Administrator*Securities Broker*Inventory Control Specialist*Statistician*Cost Estimator*Investment Analyst*Systems Analyst*Credit/Loan Officer*Investment Researcher*Teacher*Cryptologist* Investigator*Technical Writer*Data Base Manager*Management Trainee*Market Research Analyst*Trust Analyst*Engineering Analyst*Mathematical Technician*Underwriteretc.you can get into private organizations also like Aerospace cos,market research firms,banks,universities research,computer firms,research and development firms,engineering firms,school,insurance cos,stock brokers,investment firms,test development corporations,economic research firms.And no doubt you can get into government jobs after cracking competitive examinations.