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How do I start teaching my children financial literacy?Abdul runs a small bakery in Hyderabad. He has a problem with his eye vision and determines the value of the coin by feeling it. A 10 year old boy, Ricky, daily goes to Abdul Bakery to purchase candy. Once Abdul asked Ricky, the value of the coin which is given to purchase the candy. Ricky wants to take advantage of this situation and lied saying the value of the coin is Re 1, which is originally a 10 paise coin. So Ricky was able to get 10 times more candies. This continued for years until Ricky moved away to other city.Fast forward 20 years..Ricky is now working for MNC earning Rs 1 lakh per month. He returned to the city and visited Abdul bakery. Abdul was now aged but still running the bakery.Ricky: Uncle, Do you remember me? I was your regular customer to your bakery..Abdul: Sorry Beta.. I am aged and can’t recollect anything.Ricky: Uncle I want to confess my mistakes that done in my childhood. I cheated you. I have taken more no of candies for a lesser amount and now I came here to clear the debt. Take this Rs 10,000 and forgive me.Abdul: (with a smile) do you think this is the value that you have cheated for many days.Ricky: Uncle, Take this 1 lakh, but forgive me.Abdul: Do me a favour. I have to go to the market. Can you sit in the bakery for one hour?Ricky on cloud nine accepts the assignment.A 10 year old girl with her younger brother visits the bakery, asks for 2 candies giving him a rupee. Looking at the innocent face, Ricky replies that each candy cost is Re 1 and gives one candy to the girl. With a disheartened look, the girl gives the candy to her brother, who intern cut the candy to two pieces and shares a piece with his sister.Ricky was watching all this and his heart was melted. He takes the candy wrapper and ‘hey, you are very lucky. You had won a surprise gift from our bakery. Take these two Choc-bars’. Overjoyed children take them and leave the place licking the bars.Ricky with a delighted face relating this incident with his one. Meanwhile Abdul returns..Ricky: Uncle, I sold bars worth Rs 100/-. Please take this money.Abdul: How did you sell that much? This is the time when only two kids come.Ricky: Yes, they are the only visitors. I gave them two free choc-bars.Abdul: Beta, Now tell the value of the happiness you have seen in their face. Can you transform it to the money? You can’t. Similarly your childhood happiness can’t be weighed with the money. I had a great pleasure from your pleasure. There exists few which money can’t buy.Money has no value, only people value. Unfortunately we value the people who have money.A million rupees money with a corrupted politician will be less than the value of Rs 5 with a daily labour waiting for a sponsored midday meal at the clock tower, Secunderabad. The value of money derives from the person with whom it is.You have one lakh rupees and stranded on peak of a mountain at Khedarnath during the floods. You will be looking at sky, waiting for Chopper to drop food packets. The only way your money can be used here is that you can make a paper boat with it. Value of the money is derived from the circumstances around you..(A fiction with some real life experiences)
Is it true that many foster parents are only in to taking in children because of the check that is allotted to them?I do not know if ‘many foster parents’ are only taking children into their homes for the money, because everyone doing it absolutely denies it, but I can tell you that you will commonly hear from former foster kids that some, or even all of their foster parents, were extremely neglectful, and/or abusive, in a multitude of ways, and that the foster parents never purchased them a book, or a shirt, or even some toothpaste… So, even though the foster parents aren’t getting much money, it is still some nontaxable money going into their pockets from each child that they take in, and the foster kids aren’t seeing even one cent of it.That is exactly what it was like for me, in every single foster home that I was in, during the 70s and the 80s, and these reports are still coming through from many people who were in care much more recently than I was.Of course, all abusive foster parents and pretty much all social workers will always tell you the exact opposite of this.It’s not like they're going to ADMIT that it is going on, right? They’d be admitting their own roles in the bad situations that so many foster kids are in.There are some good foster parents. I’ve met a few of them, as an adult.They are, sadly, in the minority.And, they usually hate the social workers, because they're often doing a pretty shit job.The social workers working for children’s services are often and/or eventually totally burnt out. They have too many kids, too little resources, too low of a wage, and they put in far too many work hours.Eventually, they are often in the horrible position of just trying to get through their days, without losing their jobs, and without losing their minds.They often become overwhelmed by the impossible demands of their field, and they basically stop trying to do their impossible jobs, because they are just try to keep their heads above water.There are some good social workers. I’ve met them, as an adult.The few good social workers that I’ve met are actually former foster kids.The whole system is a shit show. Bad foster parents aren’t even the biggest issue faced by kids in care.It is a business. Foster care is a business, and a lot of people are making their living off of kids being placed into care - even if they originally went into the field with a desire to help, they still make their living off of kids being taken into care - which is a weird thing to think about.Social services needs to have children placed in care, or they will cease to exist - They will all be out of work, without children being placed into care. No kids means no money, and no money means no jobs, and no job means no income.Child services, the government entity itself, isn’t nearly as altruistic as many people seem to assume it is.Child Services is exactly like For-Profit Prisons, but it uses the commodity of abused and neglected children, rather than the commodity of convicts.And, before anyone even asks me, because I’m always asked these things… No, I do not have the solutions to the problems within the foster care system, and I never will - Victims aren’t responsible for healing perpetrators, right? Right, and victims of the foster care system aren’t responsible for fixing the foster care system, and I am someone who was victimized as a child by the foster care system. I’m not responsible for fixing an entity that damaged me, which is what that question does imply. And, no… I do not have a ‘good’ foster care experience that I can tell you about… It was all horrible. And, no… When I was in care, nobody had a special influence on me, or made a difference in my life, or ‘saved’ me… I ran away from a nefariously operated group home at age 14, and I saved myself.If any former foster child has had an exactly opposite, and truly wonderful experience within the foster care system, that’s great! I believe you, and I’m relieved that you did not suffer the way I did, and the way so many others of us did, and the way so many foster kids still are suffering. I’m happy for you.If anyone is a wonderful foster parent, or a wonderful social worker, or works for a wonderful district that is doing perfect work, that’s great. If you think that you’ve saved a bunch of foster kids, that is also great. You don’t have to tell me about it under my response. Working in the foster care industry, for a career or as a volunteer, is not the same as being a commodity in the industry. Personally, I do not place any validity on anything said by anyone involved in the system, except for the people who have actually survived being in foster care. It’s actually quite pointless for you to tell me about all of the fantastic work that you've done.Foster parents and social workers and group home attendants all seem to spend an inordinate amount of time praising themselves. To be completely blunt about it: I find that sort of repeated and self congratulatory promotion, by people who are involved with kids in the foster care system, to be very, very suspicious.Call me jaded, but… The truth is, sadly, I really just… Won’t believe you.Not after my experience. It’s just not possible for me to believe you. I’d have to actually see it for myself, and hear it from the actual foster kids.When I was in foster homes, the foster parents were all the same… the foster parents drank alcohol, and beat all of us, and fed us mostly rice, and plain pasta, and we slept on floors… They took in as many kids as the system would allow them to take, and we did their housecleaning, and babysitting, and yard work.We were treated a bit like slaves, and the foster parents cashed the checks that they received for taking all of us in, and they went clothes shopping for themselves, and they ate steaks. They endlessly bragged about being wonderful people who took in unwanted kids, and constantly lamented their struggles of being dedicated savior of abused children, to everyone and anyone who would listen to them.I’d have to stand there, silently and with my stomach growling with hunger, hiding my bruises and listening to clueless people who believed their lies, calling them saints, and angels.The social workers barely came around, and when they did, they appeared for about five minutes, and they pretended that they didn't notice all of the totally obvious signs of abuse and neglect. They got paid for doing their job.So, basically… EVERYONE WAS IN IT FOR THE MONEY.Well, everyone… EXCEPT for the actual foster kids.Check out this Google review that I just came across, for Carmax’s Cherry Hill, NJ location, where a Foster Parent is referring to the checks that she gets FOR the foster kids as ‘her Paychecks’, and is upset that Carmax won’t allow her to use that money - the money that she gets FOR the foster kids - as HER ‘income’, in order for her to purchase herself a car:THAT SAYS IT ALL, PEOPLE.Thanks for the A2A, Matthew. I hope I’ve answered the question to your satisfaction. xx
In which class does one have to fill out the NDA for class 11 or 12?See, you become eligible to apply in the second NDA exam of any year(June notification) once you pass class 11th and probably may have started your class 12th. After that you can apply for as many times provided that your age is in the prescribed limit
How do I fill out the class 12 performance check that is required for the JoSAA?Thanks for A2A.It's a simple job.Just take printouts ofPage 51 ( for iit's).Page 52(for nit's , iiit's and other gfti's).Page 53 — medical certificatePage 54- undertaking by candidate.Page 55 — switch over between slide , float and freezeComing to the performance check,U have to fill them by yourself.Category cut off marks are uploaded in the official site of josaa.So, have a visit at it and note down the category cut off for top 20 percentile.