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    CONTRACT WORK LESS THAN ONE LAKH RUPEES IS EXEMPTED FROM KTPP ACT “25% IS RESERVED FOR SC ST 20% IS OBC AND 5% FOR MINORITIES AND REST IS GENERAL” more...
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M.S.Yatnatti Editor Property Politics
CRYPTOJACKING EMERGING AS NEW PROBLEM “TO CONTROL CYBERCRIME” USE “KALI LINUX” AND FEDORA SECURITY LAB AND BACKBOX LINUX “FOR SECURITY AUDITING”
by Admin User - Friday, 9 April 2021, 04:36 PM
 

By : M.S.Yatnatti: Editor and Video Journalist Bengaluru : According to reports crypto jacking is another new threat in India, where cyber criminals hack into enterprise or individual systems to use the computing power to mine crypto currencies. This slows down the computers dramatically without the company's knowledge. India ranked second in the Apac region for this threat and ninth globally. Cryptocurrency mining requires enormous amounts of computing power. India has emerged as the third-most affected country in terms of cyber threat detections, after the US and China, in 2020. India rose a rank up from 2016 and saw almost 5% of all global threat detections, according to an annual security threat report by cyber security company Symantec.Prevention is always better than cure. It is always better to take certain precaution while operating the net. Cyber crime refers to any criminal activity that takes place over the Internet. Examples include fraud, malware such as viruses, identity theft and cyber stalking. Never open suspicious documents. Don't give out personal information to people you don't know. And be wary when approached with a suspicious proposition. You can also configure your computer to stop potential cyber criminals from gaining access to sensitive information. Use strong passwords on your accounts that are difficult to guess. Include both letters and numerals in your passwords. Never use a word that is easy to guess -- like your wife's name. Precaution, Prevention, Protection, Preservation and Perseverance for online security. Website owners should watch traffic and check any irregularity on the site. Putting host-based intrusion detection devices on servers will serve the purpose. It is not possible to eliminate cyber crime from the cyber space. It is quite possible to check them. History is the witness that no legislation has succeeded in totally eliminating crime from the globe. The only possible step is to make people aware of their rights and duties and to guard ourselves so that crime has no effect on us.The experts said companies must have a chief cyber security officer and data systems should function on a need to know basis. Recent revelations about leakage of Aadhaar data and corresponding transaction data are serious concerns as government is integrating Aadhaar number to various services,“ the study said. Pointing out that post-demonetisation, digital wallets such as PayTM and BHIM gained prominence, last year also saw cyber attacks that compromised more than 3 million ATM and debit cards through Hitachi-engineered ATM machine hacking.The experts said a wider net needed to be cast by the Indian banking system and the government to engage cyber security experts from top institutes as advanced layer of protection was missing in most financial institutions. Quoting a report, the IIT-K experts said India may need $4 billion investment in the private-public model. In its recommendations, the experts said companies must have a chief cyber security officer and data systems should function on a need to know basis. The experts felt that existing cyber security frameworks like CERT-IN was inadequate as there were insufficient inter-disciplinary connections and the government private sector partnership was neither deep enough nor did it provide the required expertise.The then Commissioner of Bengaluru Police T Suneel Kumar conceded on reportedly speaking to reporters that the police force is illequipped to deal with increasing cybercrimes, but said the problem was not unique to the country's IT capital alone .“Cybercrime is increasing across the world and in the country too. The police department is establishing a separate cyber cell in each police station across the state to tackle these cases. There needs to be renewed focus on training,“ Kumar said then. He said: “Special attention will be given to cyber security and we''ll train our personnel.We'll rope in experts from various fields to help us.“.The corporate need to appoint chief information security officers to control cyber crime risks. Demonetisation and the subsequent push for digitisation has reportedly escalated risks relating to cybercrime and reportedly India needs to urgently upgrade its defenses by setting up a cyber security commission on the lines of the Atomic Energy and Space Commissions, according to an IIT-Kanpur study shared with Parliament's committee on finance.Noting that the government has initiated a number of programmes to enhance the participation of citizens in the fully digitalised economy , the study said cyberse curity centres set up by the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) would be insufficient. “While RBI centres often come to IITs such as IIT-Kanpur for expert opinion, IITs do not engage in relevant research on cybersecurity,“ the study said. Incidents of cybercrime in India are rising sharply, recording an increase of over 100% in 2015 from 2014. The number grew from 71,780 in 2013 to 1.49 lakh in 2014 to 3 lakh in 2015. The study said attacks from the `Equation group' -which WikiLeaks reports said was a clandestine CIA and NSA programme -infected India's telecom and military sectors and research institutes.The committee was briefed by Profs Manindra Agrawal and Sandeep Shukla from IIT-Kanpur (IIT-K). The study pointed out that since the government was pushing Aadhaar-based financial transactions, securing the Aadhaar database against unauthorised usage must be looked at carefully .It has come to light that certain banks were making hundreds of transactions on the Aadhaar numbers of unsuspecting citizens.

M.S.Yatnatti Editor Property Politics
CONTRACT WORK LESS THAN ONE LAKH RUPEES IS EXEMPTED FROM KTPP ACT “25% IS RESERVED FOR SC ST 20% IS OBC AND 5% FOR MINORITIES AND REST IS GENERAL”
by Admin User - Thursday, 8 April 2021, 05:46 PM
 
By: M.S.Yatnatti: Editor and Video Journalist Bengaluru: Any contract work which is less than Rupees One Lakh is Kept out of preview of KTPP Act (Exempted from KTPP Act) as per Government order No SWD 34 BCA 2004,Bangalore dated 10-03-2005 and in this 25% is reserved for SC ST and 20% is OBC and 5% for Minorities and rest general .As SWM Auto tipper monthly service fees are less than Rupees One Lakh it is mandated to BBMP SWM department that 25% is reserved for SC ST and 20% is OBC and 5% for Minorities . In 198 wards in 8 zones Approximately BBMP runs about 8000 Auto Tippers .In this BBMP SWM department need to reserve 25% for SC ST and 20% is OBC and 5% for Minorities. Instead of keeping Auto Tipper out of Tender/Pakages as its service fees is less than one lakhs per month . SWM officers have illegally included in SWM tender page number 90 to 94 and also currently running work order packages .This is clear violation of above cited Government order and atrocious to SC ST Auto Tipper Contractors .If the SC ST Auto Tipper Contractors given orders they are eligible to get Auto Tipper under Swachtha Udamy scheme.Let BBMP immediately take out Auto Tipper from package orders ward wise and Tender Document and gave it to 8000 individual contractors out of which 25% for SC ST and 20% is OBC and 5% for Minorities.I have forwarded atrocity compliant made by Sri Chiranjeevi N V for necessary action against BBMP SWM Officers Sri Sarfaraz khan JC SWM and Chief Engineer Viswanath SWM . I met all BBMP officers and only promises .Nothing happened since 9 months .The 40 powrakarmikas belonging to SC who were removed without any reason for last 9 months and not reappointed despite all evidences were provided of their two year prior work and latest council resolution of 31-08-2019 and latest commissioner order 28-10-2019 .Now powrakarmikas left only one option approach police for economic atrocity under POA Act.All correspondence attached with e- mail. “U/S 6 of KTPP Act as amended is read with U/S 2 (a) construction works and read with U/S 2 (f) as services which includes construction works . U/S 2 (f) “services means” ---Construction Works I.E construction work means “services”. Wherefore U/S 6 of KTPP Act construction work means “services”. Wherefore construction work is embedded with services works and construction work and services are synonyms as per U/S 2 (f) of KTPP Act . Legally construction work and services work are synonymous. In a PIL WP 30942/ 20019 Bench Headed by chief justice has issued order that BBMP will not issue work order without leave of court. The BBMP has already issued Park Maintenance Service Tender on 18-07-2019 with 24.10 reservations to SC ST Contractors then why the delay in Cancelling and re-issue of SWM tender with 24.10% reservation with monthly estimated amount put to tender U/S 6 of KTPP Act as it was done in 2012 for SWM tender enabling SC ST Contractor to bid tender with smaller EMD and smallest turnover of business requirement. According to fee experts Police need to file FIR on the Mayor and Executive Engineer SWM and JC SWM if compliant is made by SC person against non-SC officers of BBMP as not providing opportunity to avail the benefits of reservation 24.10 under Karnataka Transparency in Public Procurement Act, 1999 by Mayor and the Executive Engineer SWM and JC SWM who has committed atrocity on SC ST Contractors under POA Act under 3(I) (zc) and Under Section 2 (I) (bc) . The key features of the Scheduled Castes and the Scheduled Tribes (Prevention of Atrocities) Amendment Act, 2015, are: New offences of atrocities like imposing social or economic boycott have been added . Under Section 2 (I) (bc) “economic boycott” means–(i) a refusal to deal with, work for hire or do business with other person; or(ii) to deny opportunities including access to services or contractual opportunities for rendering service for consideration; or(iii) to refuse to do anything on the terms on which things would be commonly done in the ordinary course of business; or(iv) to abstain from the professional or business relations that one would maintain with other person; and offence under section 3(I) (zc) imposes or threatens a social or economic boycott of any person or a family or a group belonging to a Scheduled Caste or a Scheduled Tribe ,shall be punishable with imprisonment for a term which shall not be less than six months but which may extend to five years and with fine.

 

M.S.Yatnatti Editor Property Politics
UNDER SECTION 11 OF THE RTI ACT, THE PIO IS REQUIRED TO GET BACK TO THE PERSON WHO’S CONFIDENTIAL RECORDS I-T RETURNS OR PASSPORT ARE BEING SOUGHT
by Admin User - Wednesday, 7 April 2021, 05:13 PM
 

By: M.S.Yatnatti: Editor and Video Journalist Bengaluru: Reportedly The High Court of Delhi held - “that information which involves the rights of privacy of a third party in terms of Section 8(1)(j) RTI Act cannot be ordered to be disclosed without notice to such third party. The authority cannot simply come to conclusion, that too, on a concession or on the agreement of parties before it, that public interest overrides the privacy rights of such third party without notice to and hearing such third party”. Section 11(1) of the Online RTI Act provides as follows: “11. Third party information- (1) Where a Central Public Information Officer or the State Public Information Officer, as the case may be, intends to disclose any information or record, or part thereof on a request made under this Act, which relates to or has been supplied by a third party and has been treated as confidential by that third party, the Central Public Information Officer or State Public Information Officer, as the case may be, shall, within five days from the receipt of the request, give a written notice to such third party of the request and of the fact that the Central Public Information Officer or State Public Information Officer, as the case may be, intends to disclose the information or record, or part thereof, and invite the third party to make a submission in writing or orally, regarding whether the information should be disclosed, and such submission of the third party shall be kept in view while taking a decision about disclosure of information: Provided that except in the case of trade or commercial secrets protected by law, disclosure may be allowed if the public interest in disclosure outweighs in importance any possible harm or injury to the interests of such third party.” Hon’ble High Court of Gujarat in the Special Civil Application nos. 16073 & 17067 of 2007 decided on 16/8/2007 (2008(2) RTI 461) Paragraph 16 & 17: “……looking to the provision of Section 11(1) of the Act, 2005, the words, the information ‘relating to or is supplied by the third party’ are such that it is for the third party to point out to the Public Information Officer sought for, to be disclosed supplied is treated as confidential but, third party can make a submission that now it is treating the said information as confidential. More so, when information is ‘relating to third party’ it may not be even know to that third party when and what information relating to third party, was collected by public body……………….. What is confidential to the third party is known to the third party alone. There may not be a rubber stamp upon the information that this is confidential information. It is right vested in the third party to treat any information ‘relating to or supplied by the third party’ as confidential.” .

The said judgment also says, “What satisfaction must be arrived at, prior to disclosure of information about satisfaction must be arrived at, prior to the Act especially Section 8(d), 8(j) and proviso to Section 11(1) and looking to the process of disclosing information to the appellant ‘relating to or supplied by the third party and treated as confidential by the third party’, the Act imposes a duty upon Public Information Officer to arrive at a conclusion that public interest in disclosure outweighs, harm or injury, to the protected interest of such third party, or larger public interest warrants, disclosure of such information, in considering whether the public interest in disclosure outweighs in importance any possible harm or injury to the interest of such third party. In this regard, it may be worthwhile to note the observations of Muralidhar, J. of the High Court of Delhi in Arvind Kejriwal v. CPIO W. P. (C) 6614/2008 and C. M. Appl. No. 12685/2008, W. P. (C) 8999/2008 and C. M. Appl. No. 7517/2008, W. P. (C) 8407/2009 and C. M. Appl. 5286/2009 decided on 30/07/2010, in Paragraph 21, which are as follows: “…It requires to be noticed that under the RTI Act information that is totally exempt from disclosure has been listed out in Section 8. The concept of privacy is incorporated in Section 8(1)(j) of the RTI Act. This provision would be a defense available to a person about whom information is being sought. Such defense could be taken by a third party in a proceeding under Section 11(1) when upon being issued notice such third party might want to resist disclosure on the grounds of privacy. This is a valuable right of a third party that encapsulates the principle of natural justice inasmuch as the statute mandates that there cannot be a disclosure of information pertaining to or which ‘relates’ to such third party without affording such third party an opportunity of being heard on whether such disclosure should be ordered. This is a procedural safeguard that has been inserted in the RTI Act to balance the rights of privacy and the public interest involved in disclosure of such information. Whether one should trump the other is ultimately for the information officer to decide in the facts of a given case.”Procedure of disclosing third party information:Section 11(1) of the RTI Act is triggered once the PIO intends to disclose to an applicant any information which relates to or has been supplied by a third party and has been treated as confidential by that third party. Once Section 11(1) of the RTI Act is applicable, the PIO shall follow the procedure of serving a notice to the third party for seeking objections whether such information shall be disclosed or not. On receipt of the submissions of the third party, the PIO shall keep the submissions in view and then decide whether the information sought shall be disclosed or not. If the PIO does not find any merit in the submissions of the third party, he shall disclose the information sought to the applicant. On the other hand, where the PIO decides that the information sought shall not be disclosed then the basis for denial of information must be in accordance with Sections 8 and 9 of the RTI Act only. However (except in the case of trade or commercial secrets protected by law) even where the PIO is of the view that there is possible harm or injury to the interests of the third party, but public interest in disclosure outweighs in importance any such harm or injury, he may disclose the information. Section 11 does not give the third party a right of veto in giving information.

M.S.Yatnatti Editor Property Politics
“SOFTWARE NEEDS OF STUDENTS AND TEACHER” WITH PORTABLE APPS & PORTABLE OS OSS LOADED PC STICK AND PENDRIVES
by Admin User - Tuesday, 6 April 2021, 05:14 AM
 

By : M.S.Yatnatti: Editor and Video Journalist Bengaluru : Class rooms need to have BIG TV screens with HDMI Slot to convert them into PC. Students or class rooms can have Laptops. The institution of higher learning can easily provide hardware .When question of software’s comes every institution has no funds for commercial software’s to purchase them and also keep them purchasing new versions every year . KPN unlimited technologies Bengaluru is planning to provide unlimited portable OS and portable Apps loaded PC Sticks and Pen drives which students and teacher can carry in their pockets and convert any class room into their subject computer Lab by just plug and play at very affordable prices . Universities in India need to convert every class room into a portable lab .Each teacher and Each student can convert into his subject lab and use it by using portable apps and portable OS without affecting the basic hardware. Portable Apps and Portable OS can be carried in their pockets. The higher education in India is getting revolutionized with use of BIG TV Screen (which can be converted into a computer by Compu Stick or PC Stick ) as black board in class room and each student with a lap top or a desk top .This is the basic hardware that need to be provided in each class room.KPN unlimited technologies Bengaluru is planning to provide each subject teacher and each subject students with portable Linux OS and portable Linux based Apps of his choice and with this each teacher and students can convert it into his subject lab by using potable OS and portable Apps provided by KPNUT .These apps can run from any portable device (a thumb drive, CD, DVD, portable hard drive or other device Compu Stick ) without needing to be installed directly on the hard drive of the system you're using. You can visit www.kpnutechnologies.com or contact kpnutechnologies@yahoo.com for your proposals and a quote or for choice portable OS and portable Apps on CD/DVD or Pen Drive or on Compu Stick or PC Stick or Micro SD card with choice of your open source software portable OS and portable Apps loaded PC Sticks and Pen drives according to your subject needs. KPN unlimited technologies Bengaluru will load required potable app on USB or Comput Stick OR pc Stick with required Portable App and Portable OS . IT is considered as an enabler for Indian to transform itself from a developing country to an industrialized nation. IT has left an immense impact on the nature and structure of higher education in Indian and will continue to play a prominent role in its future. KPNUT presents to the readers how IT utilization has enabled the country to offer quality education to its citizen in-line with the requirements of its labor market and the Net generation. KPN Unlimited Technologies is a vibrant company whose activities span over diverse areas within the broad realms of information technology. KPN Unlimited Technologies is a Private company with professionals teamed up to offer the IT industry a radical growth. A place where imaginative minds have the opportunity to explore new ideas and implement cutting edge solutions. Our professionals are constantly abreast with the latest technology and are proven leaders in redefining industry standards with new products.

M.S.Yatnatti Editor Property Politics
STEP-BY-STEP GUIDE FOR “LEGAL RECOURSE” IN RESPECT OF “DISHONOUR” OF ELECTRONIC FUNDS TRANSFER & DISHONOUR OF CHEQUE
by Admin User - Sunday, 4 April 2021, 05:21 PM
 

By: M.S.Yatnatti: Editor and Video Journalist Bengaluru: According to financial experts ,The law relating to negotiable instrument is the law of commercial world legislated to facilitate the activities in trade and commerce making provision of giving sanctity to the instruments of credit which could be deemed to be convertible into money and easily passable from one person to another. In the absence of such instruments, including a cheque, the trade and commerce activities, in the present day would, are likely to be adversely affected as it is impracticable for the trading community to carry on with it the bulk of the currency in force. The negotiable instruments are in fact the instruments of credit being convertible on account of legality of being negotiated and are easily passable from one hand to another. To achieve the objectives of the Act, the legislature has, in its wisdom thought it proper to make such provisions in the Act for conferring such privileges to the mercantile instruments contemplated under it and provide special penalties and procedure in case the obligations under the instruments are not discharged.

RBI Guidelines on Dishonour of electronic funds transfer for insufficiency of funds in the bank account :Reserve Bank of India vide its circular no. DOC/2011-12/191 DPSS. O.PD.No.497/02.12.004/2011-12 issued on 21 September 2011 have highlighted that section 25 of the Payment and Settlement Systems Act, 2007 accords the same rights and remedies to the payee (beneficiary) against dishonour of electronic funds transfer instructions for insufficiency of funds in the account of the payer (remitter), as are available to the payee under section 138 of the Negotiable Instruments Act, 1881.The sub-section (5) of the section 25 of the Payment and Settlement Systems Act, 2007 provides for punishment of two years and twice the amount of electronic funds transfer instruction, or both for dishonour of such electronic funds transfer on par with the penalties stipulated for dishonour of cheques under the Negotiable Instruments Act, 1881.This information is published to boost the confidence of customers in electronic payments by allaying any apprehensions on the rights and remedies available to payees against dishonour of electronic funds transfer instructions.

What is the process for clearing a cheque in India?: Reportedly The clearing process Starts with the deposit of a cheque/other clearing instruments in bank 1. The bank 1 arranges the cheques submitted to it for clearing bank wise and presents it in the clearing house. Upon receipt of the cheques/other instruments, they are passed for payment if the funds are available and the banker is satisfied about the genuineness of the instrument. The said cheque/other clearing instruments is then passed for payment to the beneficiary customer in bank 2.

The cheques that are unpaid are returned to the presenting bank through another clearing called the Return Clearing.Central Clearing House: The clearing house is a voluntary association of banks under the management of a bank where the settlement accounts are maintained. Wherever Reserve Bank of India has its office (and a banking department), the clearing house is managed by it. In the absence of an office of the Reserve Bank, the clearing house is managed by the State Bank of India, its associate banks and in a few cases by public sector banks.Settlement Bank: The aggregate amount or value of cheques presented by a bank 1 on bank 2 represents the claim by that bank 1 on bank 2. Similar claims are made by all the banks on every other bank in the clearing. A net settlement is arrived at the clearing house and the debit or credit position of the bank is determined. These are booked in their current accounts maintained by the settling bank.A typical cheque is credit to the beneficiry’s bank account on the 3 working day, here 1st day would be the day of deposit of cheque, 2nd day clearing and 3rd day for crediting the same.

M.S.Yatnatti Editor Property Politics
FOLLOW THESE TIPS THAT WILL HELP YOU TO BECOME RICH AND SUCCESSFUL TURN $100 INTO $1 MILLION, ACCORDING TO 9 SELF-MADE MILLIONAIRES
by Admin User - Saturday, 3 April 2021, 02:28 PM
 

By: M.S.Yatnatti: Editor and Video Journalist Bengaluru: Most of us can find ways to save $100. But how do we use that money to boost our finances? Successful investors, self-made millionaires and advisors have reportedly shared their ideas on how to turn $100 into $1 million at https://www.cnbc.com/2019/08/30/how-to-turn-100-into-1-million-according-to-self-made-millionaires.html .Don’t buy things you simply can't afford .If you live above your means, you won't get rich. Even if you start earning more or get a hefty raise, don't use that as a justification to give yourself a lifestyle raise. Work smart and get success, According to financial adviser Ric Edelman, in order to ensure future wealth, you must equally work hard and smart. One way, he suggests, to do that is to invest your money in the stock market or a retirement fund. “You can do this without taking a huge amount of risk, without a lot of effort, and without spending a lot of time,.Put emphasis on earning, Another way to work smart? Increase your earnings, not just your savings.“The masses are so focused on clipping coupons and living frugally, they miss major opportunities,“ reportedly said Siebold .There's no need to abandon practical saving strategies. However, if you want to start thinking like the rich, stop worrying about running out of money and focus on how to make more. A common thread among millionaires is that they develop multiple streams of income and adopt smart savings habits.don't be content with a steady paycheck ,Average people choose to get paid based on time -on a steady salary or hourly rate -while rich people choose to get paid based on results and are self-employed.“It's not that there aren't world-class performers who punch a time clock for a paycheck. But for most, this is the slowest path to prosperity, promoted as the safest,“ said Siebold. “The great ones know self employment is the fastest road to wealth.“While the world-class continue starting businesses and building fortunes, “The masses almost guarantee themselves a life of financial mediocrity by staying in a job with a modest salary and yearly pay raises,“ he added.Note that “everyone has the same opportunity to acquire wealth,“ says self-made millionaire Steve Siebold.But not everyone seizes the opportunity. Be out of comfort zone if you want to build wealth, be successful, or get ahead in life, you're going to have to get used to uncertainty or discomfort. Overcoming fear and taking calculated risks are the key elements to achieving success.“World class thinkers learn early on that becoming a millionaire isn't easy and the need for comfort can be devastating. They learn to be comfortable while operating in a state of ongoing uncertainty,“ said Siebold. Pursue your own dream.If you want to be successful, you have to love what you do -that means pursuing your passion.Too many people make the mistake of chasing someone else's dream -such as their parents' -explains Thomas C Corley, who spent five years researching self-made millionaires.“When you pursue someone else's dreams or goals, you may eventually become unhappy with your chosen profession,“ he said. “Your performance and compensation will reflect it.“ One of the most effective ways to earn more money over time is to invest it, and the earlier you start, the better.You don't have to be an expert about personal finance or use fancy economic jargon to start investing. You don't have to come from an affluent family, and you don't even have to earn a massive paycheck. Start by investing in your retirement savings or a low-cost target date fund and you'll see huge returns in the long run.

M.S.Yatnatti Editor Property Politics
INDIAN SCHOOLS NEED TO ADOPT SUGAR LEARNING PLATFORM “SUGAR IS AN ACTIVITY-FOCUSED, OPEN-SOURCE SOFTWARE FOR CHILDREN”
by Admin User - Friday, 2 April 2021, 04:02 PM
 

By : M.S.Yatnatti Editor and Video Journalist Bengaluru : Expert believe that we need to teach Keyboarding to all students .Typewriting skills make use of computers easy and students can do coding fast. One of the activity in Sugar Learning Environment is typing skills . According to reports if we do not introduce Coding in schools, then our children will be at a huge disadvantage and the future would be precarious. Indian schools need to adopt the Sugar on a Stick developed by sugarlabs.org is a compressed version of Fedora 32 that is created specifically for children as an alternative to the office style desktop. Sugar is essentially a learning platform that promotes collaborative learning through activities that encourage critical thinking. Sugar is currently being used daily in an educational environment by over 30 million children worldwide and is available in 25 languages. Coding is about much more than teaching technology. It incorporates logic, problem-solving, and creativity in an engaging way for children of all ages. Now the question is how we prepare our kids for the future, there is only one answer to that question is “Coding”.

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THE INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY ACT AND ALL THE LAWS APPLICABLE TO ANY CITIZENS OF INDIA WILL ALSO APPLY TO CYBER JOURNALISTS
by Admin User - Thursday, 1 April 2021, 11:51 PM
 

By: M.S.Yatnatti: Editor and Video Journalist Bengaluru: Online Journalists are people who gather information that is relevant to the public and communicate this over various media. An online journalist would collect, write or edit news-reports, articles, features, interviews, opinion pieces, photographs or even podcasts and videos on news and events on an online platform. If you are located and work from India, all the laws applicable to citizens of India will also apply to you. These include the Constitution of India, Press Laws and Acts, provisions of the Indian Penal Code and the Criminal Procedures Code, Broadcasting regulations etc. The Press Council of India has a comprehensive list of acts applicable for journalists. Besides, the amended Information Technology Act, 2000, governs all electronic communication. So, if a print, television, radio or mobile media journalist transmitted any information electronically, the provisions of the IT Act would also be applicable. Print media content is governed by a number of laws, including the Constitution of India’s provisions on freedom of expression and privacy, other specific laws on registration of publications, provisions in the Indian Penal Code, etc. An online article will attract different provision of the Information Technology Act, along with all the other laws.

If you are a print journalist and your report appears online in Media Company’s website, Information Technology Act applies to you. Unlike print publications, online news sites or portals do not have to be registered in India. All you need is a domain name registration. Only some press laws will apply to a news website in India. Online media does not come under the purview of the Press Council of India, the Working Journalists Act, The Press and Registration of Books Act, 1867, The Young Persons (Harmful Publications) Act, 1956 and the Delivery of Books and Newspapers (Public Libraries) Act, 1954.However, since the amended Information Technology Act, 2000, governs all electronic communication, a news website will come under its purview. Reporters and web editors are legally responsible for content on a site. Under the amended IT Act, 2000, all responsibility for ensuring that no ‘objectionable’ content is uploaded online and for taking down content will vest with the intermediary. Face book relies on its user community to determine if the content is offensive or not. Every wall post, photo, note etc. has a report abuse link embedded in it. Unlike Twitter, Face book maintains no record of censorship. The intermediary hosting your site, your editor, reporter will be held responsible. Content on social media networks is usually public, unless users activate privacy settings to restrict viewers. So journalists can use content from social media networks but it is a good idea to be ethical in using material that can compromise privacy.If a blogger posts blogs that are journalistic in nature, i.e., the blogger uses the blogging platforms for posting reports, views, opinions, comments on events, then the blogger can be called a journalist. Bloggers and journalists share the same protection under the law because article 19 (1) (a) that defines freedom of expression applies to all citizens. The media in India does not enjoy special privileges under the law unlike US, where freedom of press was ratified by the First Amendment .A journalist can publish their stories on their personal blogs. A lot depends on the nature of contract with the concerned media organisation s/he works for. A journalist can publish their stories giving an attribution to the employer that published the story originally. If the contract is such that the journalist retains her/his copyright of the story, then the journalist ought to mention it clearly.An online journalistic report seeks to collect and provide information that has a public interest. A blog post can be about a wide range of subjects written in various styles- from one’s opinions, reports and factual information to personal accounts of one’s travels, cookery, pets, health, philosophy etc. Legally, both online journalistic reports as well as blog-posts have the same status under the IT Act.

M.S.Yatnatti Editor Property Politics
GNUKHATA “OSS” IS BEATING TALLY ERP “COMMERCIAL SOFTWARE” BOTH ACCOUNTING & INVENTORY MANAGEMENT SOFTWARE ARE GST COMPLIANT
by Admin User - Wednesday, 31 March 2021, 04:31 PM
 

By : M.S.Yatnatti: Editor and Video Journalist Bengaluru :Commercial software for being too expensive, failing to address user needs, and worst of all, risk associated with implementing new systems. Commercial vendors appear more interested in having the best looking packages, rather than listening to users and delivering business value. Growing value gap between commercial and open source software? Because of the open source software is getting matured. Open Source Beating out Commercial Software. Kerala's school education system has fully migrated to Free and Open Source software ( FOSS), GNUKhata ends use of Tally a Commercial software in plus Two commerce education in Kerala. Even in many small towns, people use Tally and they pay huge sums for it. I'm glad that there is an open source alternative to it. Apart from being a great movement for people's digital freedom and rights, free software is a great source of earning. Lot of people come to free software due to it's low cost to start with and then tend to like the features most of the time. Then they need customization with few features specifically for their needs. Many corporate pay for free software support and also for specific modifications which they need for running their business. They see the transparency and the low Total Ownership Cost (TOC) as a benefit. GNUKhata is being used by many organizations now. In fact this project started on the very demand of many companies and a lot of accountants who found that “certain software is exploiting them”. GNU Khata is an accounting tool. Or shall I say a collection of accounting tools? It is like the Evernote of economy management. It is so versatile that it can be used from personal Finance management to large scale business management, from store inventory management to corporate tax works.With Goods and Service Tax (GST) since it was implemented, there have been various measures by companies to make filing easy for MSMEs by several accounting software’s . GNUKhata is Built by the technology team at Digital Freedom Foundation, is an open source accounting and inventory management software. The product recently launched its new version making it more GST-friendly with user experience enhancements especially for non-accountants like shopkeepers, dispensaries, small and wholesale traders. GNUKhata is a free and flexible software for accounting and inventory management that supports a wide range of applications in every field of economic activity, including factory or farm-based production, a point of sales accounting & inventory and work in the service sector. While it serves such traditional accounting requirements, it is best-suited for the emerging sectors of the economy who are required to keep audited accounts, such as self-help groups, craft producers, and micro-finance groups. GNUKhata is highly customizable, given its open source nature. It can be easily transformed into Indian languages, largely unreached by existing software solutions. The project is currently funded by International Center for FOSS, a Kerala government undertaking and is now adopted by Accion Labs.

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“IIMS” ASSEMBLED CURATED PACKAGED COURSES WITH FREE PAID INTERNET RESOURCES GET “IIMS CERTIFICATIONS” AT “IIMS SMART CLASS ROOMS”
by Admin User - Tuesday, 30 March 2021, 03:49 PM
 

By: M.S.Yatnatti: Editor and Video Journalist Bengaluru: Assembled curated packaged courses in PGDM in business management and Big Data and IT Security and Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence and many other on demand courses proposed by IIMS at "IIMS smart classroom" or Student can convert at home his study room as "Smart class room" with android big TV with Wi-Fi with IIMS evaluation examination and certifications with free and paid MOOCS internet linked resources study packages and if students desires paid MOOCS certifications it will be at additional fees proposed or for details students can contact IIMS smart class room coordinators.IIMS smart class rooms platform in various cities is planning to launch proposed online assembled courses from free and paid internet resources in partnership with KPN Unlimited Technologies and Compulerantutor.com . Learn online at IIMS smart class room in various cities with BIG TV 4 G internet with free MOOCS (Only IIMS FEES) and paid MOOCS (Additional Fess) and OSS portable OS applications in pen drive. Option of learning by smart phones with 4 G internet any time anywhere but verifies certificate is provided by IIMS. IIMS has assembled courses as per industry and academic requirements from free MOOCS and Paid Moocs out of several thousand subject and several universities .IIMS will provide extra freely available internet content and evaluation examination and certification and if student seeks MOOCS Platform certification will have to pay moocs platform requisite fees extra for dual certification .students have to bring their own Laptop. .The KPN Unlimited Technologies - www.compulearntutor.com and IIMS has leveraged in partnership with e learning platforms of international repute for verified certificates from MOOCS providers which have international faculties of Universities with technical collaborators online E-Learning MOOCS providers with cutting-edge technology so that you can earn verified certificates from such platforms(additional cost) and IIMS Bengaluru verified certificates at no additional cost with IIMS evaluation examination and certifications , without moving out of your city and leaving the existing job and without spending huge amount of campus learning .IIMS and KPN Unlimited Technologies video integrated lesions BIG TV smart class rooms with 25 member seating arrangements Unique online computer Laboratory where students can do their Lab work online, in association with leading Indian universities and international universities faculty members teaching . Using the Microsoft Unix and Linux Super-computing technologies countrywide with 4 G networks of Virtual Classrooms powered by Video lesions n BIG TV with quadcore smart phones , KPNUT IIMS brings prestigious computer aided education right up to your doorsteps through E-Learning. IIMS Certifications are industry required and private certifications. Indian Institute of Management Studies (IIMS) Bengaluru (Karnataka Reportedly It is launching online courses and certifications .Think beyond degrees. Make in India Skill India or Digital India can only be successful if they reach each and every one in India Certifications by reputed organizations in Management and IT are gaining ground as employers are giving more wattage to training and certifications while acquiring talent acquisitions .Universities and schools used to be the only places to deliver formalized learning, certified through a degree qualification that remained valid for life. Today, learning opportunities are being unbundled and learners and workers are seeking new ways to accredit the knowledge, skills and experience they acquire from multiple sources. At the same time employers are emphasizing the importance of soft skills, creativity and problem-solving and are looking for new ways to determine whether would-be employees possess such capabilities. What new forms of certification can credibly validate the personalized set of knowledge, skills and experience that an individual continuously acquires throughout life?..


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