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An Overview of Indian Government Jobs

June 28th, 2016
Government
by Halans

The benefits associated with working Indian government jobs accounts for their popularity. The most outstanding of these has to do with the ease of getting such a job. Provided one has the required qualifications, he stands an equal chance with everyone else who applied for the post.

Indian defense jobs fall under this broad category. They provide some of the most attractive opportunities for their employees and therefore, many people seek them. Their classification is into the Navy, the Army and the Air Force.

The qualifications for the three classes are almost the same save for a few minor details. This is because a thorough training period precedes actual job appointment. Apart from academic and physical standards required, defense jobs also require a love for adventure and utmost integrity to the country.

The rewards that come with this particular line of Indian government jobs include an opportunity for rapid career growth and earning a living from adventure. It comes with great honor and instills in the individual a healthy attitude towards others. The discipline and sacrifice involved in the job also carve out an appealing personality out of the people in it.

Other Indian government jobs in general also have attractive features that make them greatly desirable. Constant availability of jobs for a variety of workers is one of them. The country is progressing so rapidly and as a result many sectors are expanding by the day. The need to replace retiring staff also opens up opportunity. As a result, there are jobs for graduates and non-graduates, professionals and others, all of which offer very competitive remuneration rates.

People with Indian government jobs also enjoy a unique privilege rarely found in private sector employment. Once you get a job then it is yours until retirement unless you choose to resign. Chances of a lay off because of a recession or for any other reason are so much lower here. This kind of job security is no longer accessible to most employees in other domains; one day you have a job and the next day you do not.

Retirement age in these jobs gives one two years more of productivity than if he was working in the corporate sector. The working environment here is very conducive to people of all ages as well. One is not constantly under pressure to deliver more in less time or else lose the job. The benefit plans and other schemes that come with Indian government jobs is sufficient motivation for all workers.

Unlike in the corporate sector also, the government appreciates and acknowledges length of service. Getting a promotion is therefore automatic after a certain period meaning you will not be in the same routine forever.

Advancing one’s career is also easy on Indian government jobs as they allow for great flexibility. This enhances a worker’s growth options in a manner not possible anywhere else.

Online sources now make a job search in this domain easy. Furthermore, numerous sites announce the opportunities in the sector. Make good use of the provision while it lasts and secure a job with one of the best employers in India.

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Fruit Custard by Sharmila, Indian Dessert

July 21st, 2014

Fruit Custard Recipe by SharmilazKitchen.com Delicious fruit salad topped with a big dollop of ice-cream and colorful tutti frutti. Rich in vitamins and mine…

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Indian Food & Beverage Processing

June 7th, 2014
beverages
by Schill

In India, the level of processing is 2% for fruits and vegetables, around 35% for milk, 21% for meat and 6% for poultry products.

Fruits & Vegetables

The total Indian market size of fruits and vegetables was $ 47 billion in 2006-07 and is estimated to grow up to $ 75 billion by 2015. Though fruits and vegetables contribute 23% of the overall food industry, its contribution to the total food processing industry is only 4%. The value contribution of processed fruits and vegetables in total fruits and vegetables market is about 7%. Of the total processed fruits and vegetables, only 38% is contributed by the organized sector and rest of the processing is undertaken by the unorganized sector.

Dairy

Dairy, one of the main contributors to the Indian food processing industry, is also leading in terms of growth prospects among various sectors. The total market size of the dairy industry was $ 45 billion in 2006-07 and is estimated to grow up to $ 83 billion by 2015. The major value in dairy industry comes from the processed category, which is 73% in value terms and 35% in volume terms. Of the processed category, the organized sector contributes 24% and the major contribution comes from the unorganized sector in the form of sweets, home-made ghee and yogurt, among others.

Marine and Fish

The total market size of marine and fish industry was $ 9 billion in 2006-07 growing at 4% per annum. It is estimated to grow up to $ 12 billion by 2015. The processed segment comprises $ 1.2 billion which is 13% of the total industry size.

Beer and wine

Beer and wine is an emerging sector in the Indian food industry. While the consumption of beer is growing at 7% per annum, wine consumption in India is witnessing high growth of 30%. The total market size of the beer and wine industry was $ 2.3 billion in 2006-07 and is expected to grow up to $ 5 billion by 2015.

Buffalo Meat and poultry products

The total market size of buffalo meat and poultry products was $ 5.5 billion ($ 2.2 billion buffalo meat and $ 3.4 billion poultry products) and is expected to grow up to $ 11.3 billion by 2015. The total market is growing at 11% whereas the processed category is growing at 18%.

There is a need to establish an integrated supply chain like warehousing, cold chain and transport from farm gate to the food plate for strong backward and forward integrations. Public-Private Partnerships should be encouraged in the sectors of joint infrastructure projects, R&D, capacity building, information sharing, international branding etc.

A paradigm shift is required in the production system from supply driven towards market demand driven production. It would require collective endeavors of all the stakeholders’ right from the R&D organisations, extensions, market players and the government machinery.

Technology transfer, capacity building and skill upgradation: Strong linkages are to build to transfer the technologies developed in isolation at different public and private research organization to their targeted beneficiaries.

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Hindi online Internet Indian Radio by zubair qidwai .mp4

June 3rd, 2014

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Any Indian Radio Stations In New York City?

May 21st, 2014

Question by Indian Star!: Any Indian Radio Stations In New York City?
I heard about WBM (worldbandmedia.com), They are supposedly the 1st and only available station to broadcast 24/7 South Asian Content.

You need to have a HD radio to hear them, has anyone with a HD radio heard their content?
Thanks for the help, but I want to hear it in my car too so radio, apparently WBM is a radio station On the HD network.. anyone heard them?

Best answer:

Answer by Balerie
you can listen online to radio stations that are streaming live; here is a list of websites to try below.

http://www.usliveradio.com/index.html
http://www.ontheradio.net/Stations.aspx
http://www.radiostations.com/stations
http://www.radiostationzone.com/
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Category:Ra…
http://www.radio-locator.com/

Good Luck!!

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Indian short film ‘Darpok’ to be screened at Cannes

May 5th, 2014

Indian short film 'Darpok' to be screened at Cannes
Indian short film 'Darpok' to be screened at Cannes. Rakesh Mehta, whose short movie "Darpok" is due to be screened at the Cannes International Film Festival's short film corner, says the platform is a great beginning for the project. "The Cannes film …
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New Developments in Indian Law – MCLE by the San Diego Law Library – Downtown Location

April 20th, 2014

New Developments in Indian Law – MCLE by the San Diego Law Library – Downtown Location
Event on 2014-12-10 12:00:00

About the Program:

 – 1 hour General Participatory MCLE credit.

A lot of significant events and cases came down last year in the area of Indian Law. This presentation will discuss the highlights of 2013-2014. 

 

About the Speaker:

Mark Vezzola joined California Indian Legal Services as a staff attorney in 2009. Originally from Massachusetts, Mark moved to California to study Indian law at UCLA where he earned his law degree and M.A. in American Indian Studies. While in law school, Mark clerked for the Hopi Appellate Court in Keams Canyon, Arizona, the U.S. Department of Justice in Washington D.C., and CILS during the summer of 2004. Upon passing the California bar exam, Mark worked as a litigator with Callahan, McCune & Willis, APLC, in downtown San Diego before returning to CILS.

Aside from practicing law, Mark is an adjunct professor of history at San Diego Mesa College and American Indian Studies at Palomar College in San Marcos. He has published several articles and book chapters on the constitutional rights of incarcerated Native Americans to practice their religion as well as the issue of same sex marriage in Native communities. In his spare time Mark is involved with Big Brothers, Big Sisters of San Diego, the San Diego Volunteer Lawyer Program and enjoys tennis and the beach. Mark currently lives in the North Park section of San Diego.

 

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New Developments in Indian Law – MCLE by the San Diego Law Library – Downtown Location

April 20th, 2014

New Developments in Indian Law – MCLE by the San Diego Law Library – Downtown Location
Event on 2014-12-10 12:00:00

About the Program:

 – 1 hour General Participatory MCLE credit.

A lot of significant events and cases came down last year in the area of Indian Law. This presentation will discuss the highlights of 2013-2014. 

 

About the Speaker:

Mark Vezzola joined California Indian Legal Services as a staff attorney in 2009. Originally from Massachusetts, Mark moved to California to study Indian law at UCLA where he earned his law degree and M.A. in American Indian Studies. While in law school, Mark clerked for the Hopi Appellate Court in Keams Canyon, Arizona, the U.S. Department of Justice in Washington D.C., and CILS during the summer of 2004. Upon passing the California bar exam, Mark worked as a litigator with Callahan, McCune & Willis, APLC, in downtown San Diego before returning to CILS.

Aside from practicing law, Mark is an adjunct professor of history at San Diego Mesa College and American Indian Studies at Palomar College in San Marcos. He has published several articles and book chapters on the constitutional rights of incarcerated Native Americans to practice their religion as well as the issue of same sex marriage in Native communities. In his spare time Mark is involved with Big Brothers, Big Sisters of San Diego, the San Diego Volunteer Lawyer Program and enjoys tennis and the beach. Mark currently lives in the North Park section of San Diego.

 

About Cancellation:

To cancel your registration, please call (619) 531-3900. To receive a refund, you must notify us 72 hours in advance. Refunds may take up to 2 weeks to process.

 

 

 

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1105 Front St
San Diego, United States

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Indian Music Radio, Sarod Music, Guitarmonk Records

April 10th, 2014

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How to make Egg Keema (Kheema) – Indian Cuisine Recipes

February 17th, 2014

Keema (aka kheema or qeema) is traditionally a flavorful minced meat (beef or lamb) dish said to have originated in Persia but extremely popular in the India…


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