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    SCHOOLS CAN ATTRACT MORE STUDENTS BY ADOPTING SUGAR SOFTWARE “SUGAR IS AN ACTIVITY-FOCUSED, OPEN-SOURCE SOFTWARE FOR EACH STUDENT” more...
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    PURCHASE AT WHOLE SALE PRICE AND SELL AT RETAIL BECOME RICH AND SUCCESSFUL DON’T BUY THINGS YOU SIMPLY CAN'T AFFORD more...
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    EQUAL PAY FOR EQUAL WORK MODI GOVT ASKS MINISTRIES TO IMPLEMENT SUPREME COURT ORDER “LET BBMP PAY “EQUAL PAY” FOR DPS POURAKARMIKAS” more...
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    LET THE BMTC “TRAFFIC POLICE” RESTORE “HISTORIC DOUBLE ROAD” AS ONE WAY TRAFFIC END TO END & “RESOLVE CONGESTION PROBLEMS” more...
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    BDA NEED TO PUBLISH LIST OF SITES AVAILABLE IN “ARKAVATHY LAYOUT FOR ALTERNATIVE SITE ALLOTMENTS” “TO THOSE AFFECTED BY RE-DO SCHEME” more...
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    EQUAL PAY FOR EQUAL WORK MODI GOVT ASKS MINISTRIES TO IMPLEMENT SUPREME COURT ORDER “LET BBMP PAY “EQUAL PAY” FOR DPS POURAKARMIKAS” more...
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    LABOUR COMMISIONER IS SLEEPING ON BBMP AS POURAKARMIKAS WERE NOT MADE PERMANENT WITH SPECIAL RECRUITMENT RULES more...
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M.S.Yatnatti Editor Property Politics
SCHOOLS CAN ATTRACT MORE STUDENTS BY ADOPTING SUGAR SOFTWARE “SUGAR IS AN ACTIVITY-FOCUSED, OPEN-SOURCE SOFTWARE FOR EACH STUDENT”
by Admin User - Wednesday, 8 December 2021, 02:12 PM
 

By : M.S.Yatnatti Editor and Video Journalist Bengaluru : Schools can add additional attractions to students and parents by providing high quality low cost open source digital tools like Sugar OS” on a stick for Pre Schools KG and grade one to 10th grade students .American MIT made Open source teaching platform “Sugar OS” on a stick PORTABLE OS IN PEN DRIVE”. Schools can slash software costs if it switches to open source instead of commercial software’s which cost you several thousands to Lakhs whereas we provide the software installed in Pen drive at just Rs 1500/- . As children grow and pursue new ideas, the software, content, e-sources and tools should be able to grow with them. Children not only participate in activities and acquire knowledge; they can create activities and transfer knowledge too, and share it with the entire global community. “Sugar on a stick or in Pen drive” each student can buy it and use it on school or home or Library laptop or desktop computer. 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 31 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”. All over the world, over the last three decades, the role of technology in education reform has received increasing attention. The recent advances in information and communication technologies and their relative affordability continue to stoke the flame of technology-enabled education reforms.

M.S.Yatnatti Editor Property Politics
PURCHASE AT WHOLE SALE PRICE AND SELL AT RETAIL BECOME RICH AND SUCCESSFUL DON’T BUY THINGS YOU SIMPLY CAN'T AFFORD
by Admin User - Tuesday, 7 December 2021, 10:59 PM
 

By: M.S.Yatnatti: Editor and Video Journalist Bengaluru: Purchase and sell and trading is best kind of business. Today everybody is trying to turn into an entrepreneur . 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
EQUAL PAY FOR EQUAL WORK MODI GOVT ASKS MINISTRIES TO IMPLEMENT SUPREME COURT ORDER “LET BBMP PAY “EQUAL PAY” FOR DPS POURAKARMIKAS”
by Admin User - Monday, 6 December 2021, 02:37 PM
 

By: M.S.Yatnatti: Editor and Video Journalist Bengaluru: Equal pay for equal work may soon become a reality for all casual workers engaged by the central government and its PSUs State government and its organizations as In an Office Memorandum dated October 7, 2019, the Department of Personnel and Training directed the ministries/department/PSUs to submit the action taken report on the matter. Earlier, the High Court had asked for Centre’s response on the implementation of equal pay for equal work law as mandated by a Supreme Court judgement.In an OM dated September 4, 2019, the DoPT had asked the ministries/departments to follow its instructions issued through an OM dated 07.06.1988 in “letter and spirit”. The 31-year-old OM had stated the following for making payments to contractual workers:.Labour commissioner and department did not take any action on BBMP . About 32652 “Pourakarmikas (Sanitation workers)) were not made permanent who are on the biometric rolls of BBMP since 01-01-2018 for about two years despite labour department gave them two years time to regularize their services within two years with special recruitment rules which was one of the condition prescribed by labour department while giving exemption from labour Act. Instead of making permanent BBMP is planning to shift all BBMP Pourakarmikas (Sanitation workers) to new corporate company which is against government intent and policy of making all BBMP Pourakarmikas (Sanitation workers)) permanent employee of BBMP as per Government order UDD 126 BMS 2016 Bengaluru dated 07-08-2017 and Labour Department order Notification LD 92 LDWA 2017 Bengaluru dated 27-10-2017.The two years’ time given is coming to an end on 27-10-2019 and BBMP need to regularise at one go all 32563 “Pourakarmikas (Sanitation workers). Instead of regularizing and recruiting 32652 pourakarmikas as per orders 3300 were removed and advertisement issued for recruitment of only 4000 pourakarmikas instead of 32652 pourakarmikas and discrimintary orders were issued on 01-08-2019 to place permananat pourakarmikas who are not on biometric attendance to supervise contract pourakarmikas who are on Biometric attendance.Request is made to withdraw order dated 01-08-2019 and 11-10-2019 by JC West.About 32652 “Pourakarmikas (Sanitation workers)) were not made permanent who are on the biometric rolls of BBMP since 01-01-2018 about two years despite labour department gave them two years time to regularize their services within two years with special recruitment rules which was one of the condition prescribed by labour department while giving exemption from labour Act as per Government order UDD 126 BMS 2016 Bengaluru dated 07-08-2017 and Labour Department order Notification LD 92 LDWA 2017 Bengaluru dated 27-10-2017 and Commissioner BBMP Order dated 21-12-2017 to directly appoint them on BBMP rolls on contract basis instead BBMP removed 3300 “Pourakarmikas (Sanitation workers) without any notice and without any proof stating that they did not have two years of prior service and issued an advertisement number PR/53& 54 2015-16 Dated 27-08-2019 for recruitment of 4000 “Pourakarmikas (Sanitation workers) instead of regularizing 32652 “Pourakarmikas (Sanitation workers) as per Government order at the scale of Rs 9600-14550 for “Pourakarmikas (Sanitation workers). The two years’ time given is coming to an end on 27-10-2019 and BBMP need to regularise at one go all 32563 “Pourakarmikas (Sanitation workers) as they are on BBMP Rolls .Seeking to end years of exploitation by contractors, the State government has decided to absorb outsourced pourakarmikas working for various urban local bodies in the State. The State Cabinet, which met on May 4, has decided to absorb all the contract pourakarmikas in city corporations, city municipal councils, town municipal councils and town panchayats by April 2017, virtually drawing curtains on the contract system of garbage clearance across the State. the Cabinet has also decided to ensure the payment of salaries to the contract pourakarmikas directly from urban local bodies till they are absorbed by the government. “There were complaints that contractors were not giving their full salary and were not paying their Provident Fund (PF) and Employee State Insurance (ESI) dues”.

M.S.Yatnatti Editor Property Politics
LET THE BMTC “TRAFFIC POLICE” RESTORE “HISTORIC DOUBLE ROAD” AS ONE WAY TRAFFIC END TO END & “RESOLVE CONGESTION PROBLEMS”
by Admin User - Sunday, 5 December 2021, 10:50 PM
 

By : M.S.Yatnatti: Editor and Video Journalist Bangalore : It is pertinent to note that , BMTC TTMC Shanthinagar, has broken the road divider for convenience and not safety of people .No need of outgoing and incoming both busses necessarily enter the bus station and take passengers .In TTMC Vijayanager and TTMC Kengeri outgoing and incoming both busses do not enter the bus station .When Traffic police has not allowed breaking of road divider in front of TTMC Kengeri then why it has allowed breaking road divider in KH Road after construction of TTMC BMTC Building shanthinagar .Historically double road (K H. Road ) is Bangalore probably first one way traffic regulated double road and traffic police should not break it in between and artificially create traffic congestion and create chaos in the traffic regulation. This road divider was broken after construction of TTMC BMTC Building shanthinagar .Traffic police should enforce two way systems without any breaks in between and should not be lenient on rules and regulations .They must enforce law without favor and fear. There cannot be one law for BMTC and other law for public. No roads should be broken in between circles and signals .

Two way traffic should be properly regulated .The Road divider on Shantinagar double road just before and opposite TTMC BMTC Building shanthinagar (B.M.T.C. Bus Stand Complex, Double Road,Next Big Bazar,Shanthinagar )and opposite Rivoli Hotel and Karnataka emporium is being broken and opened and hindering the free flow of traffic at busy K.H Road .Several police officers waste their time in managing huge traffic .This opening is not only used by two wheelers and BMTC busses dangerously compromising the safety of fellow commuters. Besides, Two wheelers and BMTC busses and heavy vehicles come from all directions and create disgusting, chaotic, unsafe traffic .I have observed that these foolish violators also carry children with them and cross zigzag . Traffic flow from all sides creating traffic jam on all sides and Traffic goes erratically. Request is made to traffic police to permanently close the divider and ensure free traffic flow on double road until lalbagh circle .Sector Police officers need to be informed for action, permanently close the divider to ensure free traffic flow. https://www.facebook.com/BangaloreTrafficPolice many people have posted message on face book of traffic police asking them to close the divider which is important to save lives of citizens . https://www.facebook.com/BangaloreTrafficPolice/posts/616827205049657?stream_ref=5. Bangalore Traffic Police website is at this URL http://www.bangaloretrafficpolice.gov.in/. About 54 lakhs Vehicular movement daily in the Bangalore central business district (CBD) is set to be a crawl in 2020: 5 km per hour to be precise, if authorities fail to address growing traffic congestion in the city just in time . Better public transport and Staggered office timings and school college’s timings and E-Government and online transactions will definitely reduce the traffic congestion. Bangalore should be allowed to become city which never sleep .Allow all commercial establishment to work 24/7 in three shifts. The traffic congestion on roads will automatically get resolved and entire work and traffic load get evenly distributed and road density get divided between day and night .

M.S.Yatnatti Editor Property Politics
BDA NEED TO PUBLISH LIST OF SITES AVAILABLE IN “ARKAVATHY LAYOUT FOR ALTERNATIVE SITE ALLOTMENTS” “TO THOSE AFFECTED BY RE-DO SCHEME”
by Admin User - Friday, 3 December 2021, 11:23 PM
 

By: M.S.Yatnatti: Editor and Video Journalist Bengaluru: BDA is in the news for illegal alternative allotment of 40x60 sites available in arkavathy Layout instead of allotting it to those who are affected by Re-Do Scheme and lost their registered sites . I have asked PIO and Deputy Secretary-2 to provide me information and copy of list of pool of available sites in Arkavathi Layout 20x30 30x40 40x60 feet as stated by BDA in Sri. H. V. Krishna Murthy vs The State Of Karnataka on 30 January, 2019 as respondent BDA shall make available a site in the Arkavathy Layout to be chosen by the petitioner from the pool of available sites which he would be apprised of in writing, and thereupon the conveyance accordingly would be executed and registered in a time bound manner, subject to the conditions admissible in law. I have asked further to provide me information and reasons under section 4(I) (a) (b) (c) (d) RTI Act reasons for not allotting 40x60 site alternative site in Arkavathi Layout to Nanjundappa in lieu of site number 98 Block number 20 Arkavathi Layout when sites are available in list of pool of available sites in Arkavathi Layout as stated in affidavit in Karnataka high court by BDA in Sri. H. V. Krishna Murthy vs The State Of Karnataka on 30 January, 2019 despite he has made request.BDA BBMP BWSSB has not published declaration under section 4(1) (a) (b) (c) (d) on its website and update everything what they do in a year and publish and update it every year .It has not published who are the PIO list and Appellate authority. The KIC should take task action on BWSSB for these blunders. State Government has to publish every year the work they carry out or the information they create under 4(1) (a) (b) (c) every day ,but it did not published all the work carried out by the government under section 4(1) (a) (b) (c) (d) of RTI Act 2005 and it has not provided citizens and opportunity to ask the reasons under section 4(1) (a) (b) (c) (d) . This information and reasons need to be provided to everybody as per Guide on RTI to Information Act 2005 published by the Government of India Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances & Pensions Department of Personnel & Training (available here :http://rti.gov.in/RTICorner/Guideonrti.pdf) on page 12 and Para 9, following is stated: Providing Reasons for Decisions: The public authorities take various administrative and quasi-judicial decisions which affect the interests of certain persons. It is mandatory for the concerned public authority to provide reasons for such decisions to the affected persons. It may be done by using appropriate mode of communication .Attention is also invited towards the thread 'affected person ' under rti act.In fact, it can be said that "Affected" refers back to an action. The "Affected Persons" are the ones who are affected by that action. The reasons need to be given to affected person and copy of that can be given to me under 2 f of RTI Act. The BDA office is THE PUBLIC AUTHORITY under obligation to provide information “PUBLICLY” under section 4(1) (a) (b) (c) (d). The state government and all its departments need to publish everything they do in year as per RTI Act 2005 and this need to be published every year and applicant asking information becomes easier to provide also to the applicant and Government becomes transparent .

M.S.Yatnatti Editor Property Politics
EQUAL PAY FOR EQUAL WORK MODI GOVT ASKS MINISTRIES TO IMPLEMENT SUPREME COURT ORDER “LET BBMP PAY “EQUAL PAY” FOR DPS POURAKARMIKAS”
by Admin User - Thursday, 2 December 2021, 10:59 PM
 

By: M.S.Yatnatti: Editor and Video Journalist Bengaluru: Equal pay for equal work may soon become a reality for all casual workers engaged by the central government and its PSUs State government and its organizations as In an Office Memorandum dated October 7, 2019, the Department of Personnel and Training directed the ministries/department/PSUs to submit the action taken report on the matter. Earlier, the High Court had asked for Centre’s response on the implementation of equal pay for equal work law as mandated by a Supreme Court judgement.In an OM dated September 4, 2019, the DoPT had asked the ministries/departments to follow its instructions issued through an OM dated 07.06.1988 in “letter and spirit”. The 31-year-old OM had stated the following for making payments to contractual workers:.Labour commissioner and department did not take any action on BBMP . About 32652 “Pourakarmikas (Sanitation workers)) were not made permanent who are on the biometric rolls of BBMP since 01-01-2018 for about two years despite labour department gave them two years time to regularize their services within two years with special recruitment rules which was one of the condition prescribed by labour department while giving exemption from labour Act. Instead of making permanent BBMP is planning to shift all BBMP Pourakarmikas (Sanitation workers) to new corporate company which is against government intent and policy of making all BBMP Pourakarmikas (Sanitation workers)) permanent employee of BBMP as per Government order UDD 126 BMS 2016 Bengaluru dated 07-08-2017 and Labour Department order Notification LD 92 LDWA 2017 Bengaluru dated 27-10-2017.The two years’ time given is coming to an end on 27-10-2019 and BBMP need to regularise at one go all 32563 “Pourakarmikas (Sanitation workers). Instead of regularizing and recruiting 32652 pourakarmikas as per orders 3300 were removed and advertisement issued for recruitment of only 4000 pourakarmikas instead of 32652 pourakarmikas and discrimintary orders were issued on 01-08-2019 to place permananat pourakarmikas who are not on biometric attendance to supervise contract pourakarmikas who are on Biometric attendance.Request is made to withdraw order dated 01-08-2019 and 11-10-2019 by JC West.About 32652 “Pourakarmikas (Sanitation workers)) were not made permanent who are on the biometric rolls of BBMP since 01-01-2018 about two years despite labour department gave them two years time to regularize their services within two years with special recruitment rules which was one of the condition prescribed by labour department while giving exemption from labour Act as per Government order UDD 126 BMS 2016 Bengaluru dated 07-08-2017 and Labour Department order Notification LD 92 LDWA 2017 Bengaluru dated 27-10-2017 and Commissioner BBMP Order dated 21-12-2017 to directly appoint them on BBMP rolls on contract basis instead BBMP removed 3300 “Pourakarmikas (Sanitation workers) without any notice and without any proof stating that they did not have two years of prior service and issued an advertisement number PR/53& 54 2015-16 Dated 27-08-2019 for recruitment of 4000 “Pourakarmikas (Sanitation workers) instead of regularizing 32652 “Pourakarmikas (Sanitation workers) as per Government order at the scale of Rs 9600-14550 for “Pourakarmikas (Sanitation workers). The two years’ time given is coming to an end on 27-10-2019 and BBMP need to regularise at one go all 32563 “Pourakarmikas (Sanitation workers) as they are on BBMP Rolls .Seeking to end years of exploitation by contractors, the State government has decided to absorb outsourced pourakarmikas working for various urban local bodies in the State. The State Cabinet, which met on May 4, has decided to absorb all the contract pourakarmikas in city corporations, city municipal councils, town municipal councils and town panchayats by April 2017, virtually drawing curtains on the contract system of garbage clearance across the State. the Cabinet has also decided to ensure the payment of salaries to the contract pourakarmikas directly from urban local bodies till they are absorbed by the government. “There were complaints that contractors were not giving their full salary and were not paying their Provident Fund (PF) and Employee State Insurance (ESI) dues”.

M.S.Yatnatti Editor Property Politics
LABOUR COMMISIONER IS SLEEPING ON BBMP AS POURAKARMIKAS WERE NOT MADE PERMANENT WITH SPECIAL RECRUITMENT RULES
by Admin User - Wednesday, 1 December 2021, 11:23 AM
 

By: M.S.Yatnatti: Editor and Video Journalist Bengaluru: Labour commissioner is sleeping without any action on BBMP . About 32652 “Pourakarmikas (Sanitation workers)) were not made permanent who are on the biometric rolls of BBMP since 01-01-2018 for about two years despite labour department gave them two years time to regularize their services within two years with special recruitment rules which was one of the condition prescribed by labour department while giving exemption from labour Act. The two years’ time given is coming to an end on 27-10-2019 and BBMP need to regularise at one go all 32652 “Pourakarmikas (Sanitation workers). Instead of regularizing and recruiting 32652 pourakarmikas as per orders 3300 were removed and advertisement issued for recruitment of only 4000 pourakarmikas instead of 32652 pourakarmikas and discrimintary orders were issued on 01-08-2019 to place permananat pourakarmikas who are not on biometric attendance to supervise contract pourakarmikas who are on Biometric attendance.Request is made to withdraw order dated 01-08-2019 and 11-10-2019 by JC West.About 32652 “Pourakarmikas (Sanitation workers)) were not made permanent who are on the biometric rolls of BBMP since 01-01-2018 about two years despite labour department gave them two years time to regularize their services within two years with special recruitment rules which was one of the condition prescribed by labour department while giving exemption from labour Act as per Government order UDD 126 BMS 2016 Bengaluru dated 07-08-2017 and Labour Department order Notification LD 92 LDWA 2017 Bengaluru dated 27-10-2017 and Commissioner BBMP Order dated 21-12-2017 to directly appoint them on BBMP rolls on contract basis instead BBMP removed 3300 “Pourakarmikas (Sanitation workers) without any notice and without any proof stating that they did not have two years of prior service and issued an advertisement number PR/53& 54 2015-16 Dated 27-08-2019 for recruitment of 4000 “Pourakarmikas (Sanitation workers) instead of regularizing 32652 “Pourakarmikas (Sanitation workers) as per Government order at the scale of Rs 9600-14550 for “Pourakarmikas (Sanitation workers). The two years’ time given is coming to an end on 27-10-2019 and BBMP need to regularise at one go all 32563 “Pourakarmikas (Sanitation workers) as they are on BBMP Rolls .Seeking to end years of exploitation by contractors, the State government has decided to absorb outsourced pourakarmikas working for various urban local bodies in the State. The State Cabinet, which met on May 4, has decided to absorb all the contract pourakarmikas in city corporations, city municipal councils, town municipal councils and town panchayats by April 2017, virtually drawing curtains on the contract system of garbage clearance across the State. the Cabinet has also decided to ensure the payment of salaries to the contract pourakarmikas directly from urban local bodies till they are absorbed by the government. “There were complaints that contractors were not giving their full salary and were not paying their Provident Fund (PF) and Employee State Insurance (ESI) dues”.

M.S.Yatnatti Editor Property Politics
“SOFTWARE NEEDS OF STUDENTS AND TEACHER” CAN BE PROVIDED WITH PORTABLE APPS & PORTABLE OS “OSS LOADED PC STICK AND PENDRIVES”
by Admin User - Tuesday, 30 November 2021, 02:11 PM
 

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@gmail.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
THE INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY ACT AND ALL THE LAWS APPLICABLE TO ANY CITIZENS OF INDIA WILL ALSO APPLY TO CYBER JOURNALISTS
by Admin User - Monday, 29 November 2021, 02:00 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.

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“SMALLER” WILL BE AGAIN “BEAUTIFUL” IN 2022 “STARTUPS THAT GREW BIG” NURTURE OTHER “SMALLER” STARTUPS BY SUB-CONTRACTING & INVESTMENT
by Admin User - Sunday, 28 November 2021, 10:33 PM
 

 

By: M.S.Yatnatti: Editor and Video Journalist Bengaluru: The wave of entrepreneurship that began early this decade is giving rise to a secondary wave. The ones that grew big in the first wave are nurturing a host of other entrepreneurs through their contracting, sub-contracting and investment activities. In many cases, startups find that partnering with other startups is often simpler and costeffective than trying to do so with established enterprises.Digital transformation that the Indian Government has opened up on technology automation front both budget and complexities of adoption and great news for IT industry and its stakeholders. But it is trauma of IT Industry that Government tenders are more towards vendors and principals and gives little opportunities to partners and they get eliminated in fist stage itself and predetermined companies only get tenders and also payment cycle is so designed that only vendors with deeper pocket and working capital coming from their overseas parent companies . it is time to think how Indian SMEs and start up take up Government tenders .Reportedly almost all states and Union territories are showing a friendlier approach to startups — extending incubation facilities, facilitating early-stage funding, or even formulating policies for them. However, sourcing from these startups is still only on paper and not in practice. Requirements like prior experience, turnover limits to engage startups, earnest money deposits and other “archaic” sourcing policies impede opportunities for these newgeneration businesses. An analysis of Startup India’s report that ranks states shows that the 27 states and 3 Union territories assessed fell short when it comes to providing an equal platform for startups vis-à-vis experienced companies in public procurement.“Overall, performance of majority states is below average in this (ease of procurement) pillar as 26 states scored between 0% to 25% of the maximum marks,” the report said. The national average score under this particular criterion was 1.27 out of 14 marks, with performance of majority states defined as ‘below average’.“While at the policy level exemptions have been declared for startups in many of these aspects, the procedures followed by the states are sometimes not in alignment with the Centre,”. “It would be helpful to introduce easier bid eligibility, especially in the case of newer technologies like IOT and smart grids, which would aid infrastructure development,”. “Yes, there is more to be done to move away from age-old tendering procedures, but the open API policy under Digital India is a huge boon for tech entrepreneurs,” noted an expert .With smaller investment with technology enabled business model big companies can be run .Uber world largest taxi company owns no taxi. Airbnb the largest home renting company ,owns no home .That means future rivals wont have to invest heavly on tangible assets either. Many new ideas are taking shape in the business world . The social entrepreneurship has in the raise .The N/Core, the Bengaluru-based incubator for non-profits, has graduated its second cohort of non-profit startups. The incubator programme, in partnership with Mphasis and other corporates, focused this time on startups in the areas of affordable housing, municipality playgrounds, sports training, and ghazal music for school kids. “ The N/Core started this programme because they felt “nonprofits” struggle with a shortage in mentorship and financial support. They don’t enjoy the same privileges or infrastructure that for-profit startups enjoy from VCs, PE funds, incubation centres and the community at large. N/ Core Mentors reportedly are included Pratham founder Madhav Chavan, former Infosys Consulting chairman Sanjay Purohit, Azim Premji Foundation chief endowment officer K R Lakshminarayana, and WestBridge Capital co-founder S K Jain. Reportedly many of the founders in the cohort are graduates of premier institutions like IIT and IIM. Many youngsters are quite courageous in taking the path less travelled. Not many people would give up a stable, high-paying job in a corporate to get into social work”. Of the ten startups incubated, three were from Bengaluru -- Anthill Creations, Bridges of Sports, and MyCityMoney. MyCityMoney helps citizens track the performance and spending of public funds by government bodies. With their cloudbased reporting and analytical tool, they are hoping to empower citizens with better transparency and more prudent financial spending. AntHill Creations, founded by Nancy Charaya and Pooja Rai, hopes to make visually appealing, better designed playgrounds by better utilisation of existing resources. From exploration of industrial waste to local sourcing techniques, Anthill Creations helps local bodies keep costs within budget for more beautiful playgrounds. Bridges of Sports is trying to train children from tribal and underserved communities.The other participants in this incubation programme were Delhi-based Manzil Mystics (music for kids) and Slam Out Loud (poetry, dance, performing arts for kids). From Chennai there was Madhi Foundation and from Pune there was Leadership For Equity, both working to improve teaching in government schools. RightWalk Foundation is aimed at getting the Right to Education implemented, while billionBricks and Eco-habitats are focused on affordable housing for all.


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