Having a good insurance policy might be a subtle encouragement to eat junk food and not exercise. ( “I am protected by hospital cover, might as well I should use my insurance”) Having a good job now might be an excuse to not to learn new skills. ( “I made it, I can now settle”) Having … Continue reading Renew protection.
Someone asked me “Do you think giving smartphones and tabs to school teachers , students and government officials, a good answer ?” My answer was ” It depends on the answer you are seeking ” Yes, you may solve the accessibility problem. May be that will help the receiver be more connected. But with out … Continue reading Is giving tabs/smartphones an answer ?
An interview is a matchmaking process. Usually, employer is hunting for skills, candidate is selling skills. Skills can be acquired. Internet can be used to what schools and universities deliver. Of course, a basic education is essential: a school education, a diploma, a degree. Also skills are now renewing, refreshing, and revamping every 6 months … Continue reading Upgrade interviews.
Yesterday Sri Lankan fans threw water bottles on the play ground during final moments of a ODI played between India and Sri Lanka. This is not the first in the history of cricket in Sri Lanka. It happened in 2015 too. “It’s only a few people, not all Indians” ~ Indians, 1996 “It’s only a … Continue reading Underdogs can win.
In a forum discussing on violence against children, I got to know that more than 80% of child abuses are done by the family members or the immediate relatives. ‘Why?’ my heart cried. Then the answer came. Children are warned about the outsiders: Do not get in to vehicles, do not talk with people you … Continue reading There’s always a peculiar reason.