Category: Help Online


www.GTU-Exam.blogspot.com

http://www.Gtu-Exam.blogspot.com, it’s a new portal to get all the material for gtu exam, gtu result, gtu syllabus and all most all about the GTU. You can download the material for your personal use, it’s free. This Blog is specially created for the GTU students. Right now, we covering B.E, M.C.A and M.B.A just because we just started this blog. Latterly, we will cover up all the branch and courses of GTU. If you want to be a partner of this blog then also you can be, by sending your material us at gtuwale@gmail.com (mention yours and collage name).

We will put all the material which you send us, and will give credit to you also by mentioning your name at there. The Main and the most imp. Purpose of this blog Is to connect all the GTU students at one place. Here you can share your material, ask the question and also give the best thing,’ SUGGESTION’ regarding study, this blog or anything by just typing at our Shout Box or mail us at gtuwale@gmail.com or also at our facebook page. So just enjoy the new blog, hope you people like it. Thank you.

All and all its a best website for all gtu students.

No reference to pakistan in obama’s speach…
Still Well Come to India Mr.Obama…

Created 50k jobs for american…nt 4 indian…

Still Well Come to India Mr.Obama…


9/11 and 26/11 is same…then why diff. In providing info. abt terroriest…?

Forget it..Still Well Come to India Mr.Obama…

No help to indian IT company…

Still Well Come to India Mr.Obama…


American sequrity agen. Insulted indian ppl…

Still Well Come to India Mr.Obama…



No information about David headley….


Still Well Come to India Mr.Obama…


EDUCATION /Qualification:

1950: Stood first in BA (Hons), Economics, Punjab University, Chandigarh,

1952; Stood first in MA (Economics), Punjab University, Chandigarh,

1954; Wright’s Prize for distinguished performance at St John’s College,Cambridge,

1955 and 1957; Wrenbury scholar, University of Cambridge,

1957; DPhil (Oxford), DLitt (Honoris Causa); PhD thesis on India’s export

Competitiveness


OCCUPATION /Teaching Experience:

Professor (Senior lecturer, Economics, 1957-59;

Reader, Economics,

1959-63;

Professor, Economics, Punjab University, Chandigarh, 1963-65; Professor,

International Trade, Delhi School of Economics , University of Delhi ,

1969-71; Honorary professor, Jawaharlal Nehru University,New Delhi,

1976 and Delhi School of Economics, University of Delhi,1996 and Civil Servant


Working Experience/ POSITIONS:

1971-72: Economic advisor, ministry of foreign trade

1972-76: Chief economic advisor, ministry of finance

1976-80: Director, Reserve Bank of India; Director, Industrial Development Bank of India;

Alternate governor for India, Board of governors, Asian Development Bank;

Alternate governor for India, Board of governors, IBRD

November 1976 – April 1980: Secretary, ministry of finance (Department of economic affairs);

Member, finance, Atomic Energy Commission; Member,finance, Space Commission

April 1980 – September 15, 1982: Member-secretary, Planning Commission

1980-83: Chairman, India Committee of the Indo-Japan joint study committee

September 16, 1982 – January 14, 1985: Governor, Reserve Bank of India.

1982-85: Alternate Governor for India, Board of governors, International Monetary Fund

1983-84: Member, economic advisory council to the Prime Minister

1985: President, Indian Economic Association

January 15, 1985 – July 31, 1987: Deputy Chairman, Planning Commission

August 1, 1987 – November 10, 1990: Secretary-general and commissioner, south commission, Geneva

December 10, 1990 – March 14, 1991: Advisor to the Prime Minister on economic affairs

March 15, 1991 – June 20, 1991: Chairman, UGC

June 21, 1991 – May 15, 1996: Union finance minister

October 1991: Elected to Rajya Sabha from Assam on Congress ticket

June 1995: Re-elected to Rajya Sabha

Ain


1996 onwards: Member, Consultative Committee for the ministry of finance

August 1, 1996 – December 4, 1997: Chairman, Parliamentary standing committee on commerce

March 21, 1998 onwards: Leader of the Opposition, Rajya Sabha

June 5, 1998 onwards: Member, committee on finance

August 13, 1998 onwards: Member, committee on rules

Aug 1998-2001: Member, committee of privileges 2000 onwards: Member, executive committee, Indian parliamentary group

June 2001: Re-elected to Rajya Sabha


Aug 2001 onwards: Member, general purposes committee

BOOKS:

India ‘S Export Trends and Prospects for Self-Sustained Growth -Clarendon

Press, Oxford University, 1964; also published a large number of

Articles in various economic journals.

OTHER ACCOMPLISHMENTS:

Adam Smith Prize, University of Cambridge , 1956

Padma Vibhushan, 1987

Euro money Award, Finance Minister of the Year, 1993;

Asia money Award, Finance Minister of the Year for Asia, 1993 and

1994

INTERNATIONAL ASSIGNMENTS:

1966: Economic Affairs Officer

1966-69: Chief, financing for trade section,

UNCTAD

1972-74: Deputy for India in IMF Committee of Twenty on International Monetary Reform

1977-79: Indian delegation to Aid-India Consortium Meetings

1980-82: Indo-Soviet joint planning group meeting

1982: Indo-Soviet monitoring group meeting

1993: Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting Cyprus 1993: Human Rights World Conference, Vienna


RECREATION:

Gymkhana Club, New Delhi; Life Member, India International Centre, New Delhi

Name: Dr Manmohan Singh

DOB: September 26, 1932


Place of Birth: Gah (West Punjab)

Father: S. Gurmukh Singh

Mother: Mrs Amrit Kaur

Married on: September 14, 1958

Wife: Mrs Gursharan Kaur

Children: Three daughters

Our(India’s) Prime Minister is possibly the most qualified PM all over the world.





  • Use blogging as a tool to be kept updated and in the latest developments and products of your field.

  • Blogging helps in adding fresh relevant content to website which search engines like.

  • You can build up your business creditability with the help of blogging.

  • A blog is a great tool to help increase your customer base.

  • Get free and fresh content with the help of comments that are made in blogs. This can be like User-generated content or UGC.

  • Create and establish a brand and brand awareness with blogs.

  • Help build trust between you and your readers and customers through blogs.

  • Enhance your website effectively and cheaply with the help of a blog.

  • Blogs are an easy way to establish two way communication and social interaction.

  • There is a higher and better chance of getting viral over social media sites with the help of a blog.

  • People generally consider reading a blog much better because of their non promotional tone and informative nature.

  • Blogs give you an easy way of approving comments before posting as against to social media sites where you have very little or no control at all.

  • Create more targeted traffic to your websites through search engines using blogs.

  • Blogs help to save time as visitors find many answers to their questions there.

  • Rumors about a business can be clarified through a blog.

  • With a blog, you not only become famous, but also gain power which you had never experienced.

  • Blogs have a huge part in SEO. Blogs are loved by Google and other Search Engines.

  • With the help of a blog, the Google PR of your site is enhanced.

  • Blogs are a great means of increasing potential traffic to your site.

  • Develop free PR for your business with a blog.

  • Blogs are great for creating returning targeted traffic.

  • The interactive nature of blogs makes people choose blogs over websites for links.

  • Remember that blogs consist mainly of text; and in SEO, text is king.

  • The comments posted on your blogs can give you better business ideas and tricks for your business.

  • Use blogs to express your thoughts. You can also use the blog to exercise your freedom of speech.

  • You can share whatever knowledge you have using a blog.

  • You will be considered an expert in your field because of a blog.

  • Use the help of RSS and links in getting targeted traffic to your blog.

  • Maintain public relations and relations with the media through your blog.

  • When compared to normal website pages, spiders tend to crawl blog posts more frequently.

  • Blog is a great means of creating a buzz or voice of mouth advertising.

  • Use the blog as a foundation for the content of a book.

  • Develop your business with the help of your blog.

  • Remain connected with people 24/7 with a blog.

  • You get new visitors and potential clients with the help of blogs.

  • Blogs are helpful and beneficial to the community.

  • Blogs are used to share company news.

  • Blogs are used as a communication link between employers and employees.

  • Blogs indicate that you are an easily approachable entity.

  • Keep in touch with industry leaders through blogs.

  • Use blogs in educational marketing, where you show how your services and products can be used to solve customers’ problems.

  • Blogs maintain convenient internal communication to share information in a company.

  • Find out more about your customers and clients’ needs through blogs.

  • Use blogs to create an online community.

  • Blogs provide easy communication with clients.

  • Talent is easily found with the help of blogs.

  • Blogs are used for getting back links.

  • Use blogs for getting internal links.

  • Blogs are regularly indexed by Google.

  • Use blogs to get free links from blog directories.

  • Develop easy and efficient deep linking with blogs.

  • Share any ideas you have on a blog.

  • Use blogs to solve problems.

  • Blogs are used for marketing because of its low overheads.

  • The navigation on blogs is text based, and search engine friendly.

  • The non promotion tone of blogs makes them very easy to link. This makes blogs highly linkable.

  • Use blogs to generate quick feedbacks.

  • A blog is a really great promotional tool.

  • Use blogs to convey authority.

  • You can easily target variety of keywords using blog.

  • Search engines find blogs easy to crawl.

  • Use a blog to let people and clients to get to know you better.

  • The RSS feeds of blogs help in efficient link building.

  • Blogs indicate that you are open, and don’t hide from anyone.

  • Use a blog to increase membership and opt-in lists.

  • Blogs are great for educating and informing people about specific topics

  • You can learn time management and discipline through a blog.

  • Find new partners and experience better networking through blogs

  • Use a blog as a platform for announcing new products and services.

  • Use blogs to reply to queries.

  • Both cultural and geographical borders are overcome through blogging.

  • The long tail keywords in blogs help you get top rankings as blog are mostly hosted on very reliable domains. Blogging give you an excellent platform to target long tail keywords and get top ranking.

  • Generate a niche appeal using a blog.

  • Blogs bring about a more personal connection between yourself and your clients.

  • A blog helps you find jobs and clients quickly.

  • A blog can be easily integrated into a market plan.

  • Get to meet new visitors and buyers through guest blogging.

  • A blog offers increased lead generation opportunities.

  • Learn current trends through blogging.

  • A blog means low cost, better communication.

  • With a blog, you experience reduced emails, calls and inquiries.

  • You can also boost your social life with a blog.

  • Flexibility is an important feature of blogs.

  • The easy web publishing solutions make blogs much easier to set up and maintain than websites.

  • Blogs provide a punctual and important means of sharing information with an audience.

  • With the help of a blog, you can increase your writing, debating and analytical skills.

  • Use a blog to generate money with Adsense and Affiliate marketing.

  • A blog is a great and easy publishing tool.

  • With a blog, you can introduce a human voice or element in a company.

  • Blogs provide a great medium for opportunities and to use as a research tool.

  • You can increase the number of your loyal customers with blogs as it helps you get close with customers.

  • With a blog, you become different from your competition. This is because the medium tends to approach you if you have a blog and not the competitor who does not have a blog.

  • Blogs offer different and varies means of spreading ideas.

  • Blogs are considered a great means of relational marketing. This is because once you post honest and heart felt blogs, you instill trust and respect in prospective customers.

  • Manage your online reputation by using a blog to answer any negative remarks made about you by a competitor. In other words, blogs help you stop rumors from spreading.

  • With a blog, you can easily create more pages which is great for search engines that rank pages and not sites. With a blog, you need not bother about the fitting in of the new pages with design.

  • You can use a blog for recording all your past experiences and thus, start a sort of history about yourself.

  • Blogging is fun. Blogging is something everyone enjoys doing.

  • It has been proven that blogging offers some medical and psychological benefits like better memory and sleep and fast healing after a surgery.

  • After creating quality posts like this one, you develop a feeling of satisfaction.

  •  


    Happy “World photography day” all the photographers all over the world . It’s celebrated on August 19th every year.And who doesn’t love photography anyway….

     

    In childhood, i was totally mesmerize that i will be a photographer in future,As far as i get older and older,my intreste towards photography is decreased but w.r.t my intrest my father given me a nice camera on my 13th birthday,and my intrest pumped up like never before. My friends and family always respect my this decision and because of this resone and w.r.t new genration technology, my elder brother given me the nicest Birthday gift on my 20th Birthday, its a 3 M.P mobile camera,but now things are changed, i am not about to make career in Photography, now its Software engineer. As far as i get older and older,my intreste towards photography is decreased. But now Cobineing my Both intrest in one. As i am near to Web devloper filed right now, i made a blog on Amazing Pictures.

     

    Happy Snapping!!!

     

    Indian Government Online

    Many of us are just unaware of services provided by the government and to the extend we do not know what to do or how to do it!

    How many know about this site India.gov.in Its called The National Portal of India
    I’ve just reproduced some information and useful links to avail various services being provided by the Central and State/UT Governments in India .

    Obtain:

    Apply for:

    Register:


    Check/Track:


    Book/File/Lodge:


    Contribute to:


    Others:

    Airlines

    Indian Airlines – 1800 180 1407
    Jet Airways – 1800 22 5522
    SpiceJet – 1800 180 3333
    Air India — 1800 22 7722
    KingFisher – 1800 180 0101

    Banks

    ABN AMRO – 1800 11 2224
    Canara Bank – 1800 44 6000
    Citibank – 1800 44 2265
    Corporatin Bank – 1800 443 555
    Development Credit Bank – 1800 22 5769
    HDFC Bank – 1800 227 227
    ICICI Bank – 1800 333 499
    ICICI Bank NRI – 1800 22 4848
    IDBI Bank – 1800 11 6999
    Indian Bank – 1800 425 1400
    ING Vysya – 1800 44 9900
    Kotak Mahindra Bank – 1800 22 6022
    Lord Krishna Bank – 1800 11 2300
    Punjab National Bank – 1800 122 222
    State Bank of India – 1800 44 1955
    Syndicate Bank – 1800 44 6655

    Automobiles

    Mahindra Scorpio – 1800 22 6006
    Maruti – 1800 111 515
    Tata Motors – 1800 22 5552
    Windshield Experts – 1800 11 3636

    Computers/IT

    Adrenalin – 1800 444 445
    AMD – 1800 425 6664
    Apple Computers – 1800 444 683
    Canon – 1800 333 366
    Cisco Systems – 1800 221 777
    Compaq – HP – 1800 444 999
    Data One Broadband – 1800 424 1800
    Dell – 1800 444 026
    Epson – 1800 44 0011
    eSys – 3970 0011
    Genesis Tally Academy – 1800 444 888
    HCL – 1800 180 8080
    IBM – 1800 443 333
    Lexmark – 1800 22 4477
    Marshal’s Point – 1800 33 4488
    Microsoft – 1800 111 100
    Microsoft Virus Update – 1901 333 334
    Seagate – 1800 180 1104
    Symantec – 1800 44 5533
    TVS Electronics – 1800 444 566
    WeP Peripherals – 1800 44 6446
    Wipro – 1800 333 312
    xerox – 1800 180 1225
    Zenith – 1800 222 004

    Indian Railways

    Indian Railway General Enquiry 131
    Indian Railway Central Enquiry 131
    Indian Railway Reservation 131
    Indian Railway Railway Reservation Enquiry 1345,1335,1330
    Indian Railway Centralised Railway Enquiry 1330/1/2/3/4/ 5/6/7/8/9

    Couriers/Packers & Movers

    ABT Courier – 1800 44 8585
    AFL Wizz – 1800 22 9696
    Agarwal Packers & Movers – 1800 11 4321
    Associated Packers P Ltd – 1800 21 4560
    DHL – 1800 111 345
    FedEx – 1800 22 6161
    Goel Packers & Movers – 1800 11 3456
    UPS – 1800 22 7171

    Home Appliances

    Aiwa/Sony – 1800 11 1188
    Anchor Switches – 1800 22 7979
    Blue Star – 1800 22 2200
    Bose Audio – 1800 11 2673
    Bru Coffee Vending Machines – 1800 44 7171
    Daikin Air Conditioners – 1800 444 222
    DishTV – 1800 12 3474
    Faber Chimneys – 1800 21 4595
    Godrej – 1800 22 5511
    Grundfos Pumps – 1800 33 4555
    LG – 1901 180 9999
    Philips – 1800 22 4422
    Samsung – 1800 113 444
    Sanyo – 1800 11 0101
    Voltas – 1800 33 4546
    WorldSpace Satellite Radio – 1800 44 5432

    Investments/ Finance

    CAMS – 1800 44 2267
    Chola Mutual Fund – 1800 22 2300
    Easy IPO’s – 3030 5757
    Fidelity Investments – 1800 180 8000
    Franklin Templeton Fund – 1800 425 4255
    J M Morgan Stanley – 1800 22 0004
    Kotak Mutual Fund – 1800 222 626
    LIC Housing Finance – 1800 44 0005
    SBI Mutual Fund – 1800 22 3040
    Sharekhan – 1800 22 7500
    Tata Mutual Fund – 1800 22 0101

    Travel

    Club Mahindra Holidays – 1800 33 4539
    Cox & Kings – 1800 22 1235
    God TV Tours – 1800 442 777
    Kerala Tourism – 1800 444 747
    Kumarakom Lake Resort – 1800 44 5030
    Raj Travels & Tours – 1800 22 9900
    Sita Tours – 1800 111 911
    SOTC Tours – 1800 22 3344

    Healthcare

    Best on Health – 1800 11 8899
    Dr Batras – 1800 11 6767
    GlaxoSmithKline – 1800 22 8797
    Johnson & Johnson – 1800 22 8111
    Kaya Skin Clinic – 1800 22 5292
    LifeCell – 1800 44 5323
    Manmar Technologies – 1800 33 4420
    Pfizer – 1800 442 442
    Roche Accu-Chek – 1800 11 45 46
    Rudraksha – 1800 21 4708
    Varilux Lenses – 1800 44 8383
    VLCC – 1800 33 1262

    Insurance

    AMP Sanmar – 1800 44 2200
    Aviva – 1800 33 2244
    Bajaj Allianz – 1800 22 5858
    Chola MS General Insurance – 1800 44 5544
    HDFC Standard Life – 1800 227 227
    LIC – 1800 33 4433
    Max New York Life – 1800 33 5577
    Royal Sundaram – 1800 33 8899
    SBI Life Insurance – 1800 22 9090

    Hotel Reservations

    GRT Grand – 1800 44 5500
    InterContinental Hotels Group – 1800 111 000
    Marriott – 1800 22 0044
    Sarovar Park Plaza – 1800 111 222
    Taj Holidays – 1800 111 825

    Teleshopping

    Asian Sky Shop – 1800 22 1800
    Jaipan Teleshoppe – 1800 11 5225
    Tele Brands – 1800 11 8000
    VMI Teleshopping – 1800 447 777
    WWS Teleshopping – 1800 220 777

    Others

    Domino’s Pizza – 1800 111 123
    Cell Phones
    BenQ – 1800 22 08 08
    Bird CellPhones – 1800 11 7700
    Motorola MotoAssist – 1800 11 1211
    Nokia – 3030 3838
    Sony Ericsson – 3901 1111

    The Internet domain game has been going strong for over 20 years. Have you ever thought back and wondered what some of the first domain registrations were? Surprisingly the first domain name ever registered was symbolics.com. Below you will find the list of the first 100 domain names registered.

    If only you were able to predict at that time how vast the internet would expand you could have made loads of money. Simple three letter domain names now sell for hundreds of thousands of dollars. It’s no surprise that the first 100 list is compromised of many large corporations as it surely cost more than $1.99 to register a domain name in the 1980’s. Interestingly Microsoft.com isn’t part of the list as it was not registered until May 1991.

    1. symbolics.com: March 15, 1985
    2. bbn.com: April 24, 1985
    3. think.com: May 24, 1985
    4. mcc.com: July 11, 1985
    5. dec.com: Sept. 30, 1985
    6. northrop.com: Nov. 7, 1985
    7. xerox.com: Jan. 9, 1986
    8. sri.com: Jan. 17, 1986
    9. hp.com: March 3, 1986
    10. bellcore.com: March 5, 1986
    11. ibm.com: March 19, 1986
    12. sun.com: March 19, 1986
    13. intel.com: March 25, 1986
    14. ti.com: March 25, 1986
    15. att.com: April 25, 1986
    16. gmr.com: May 8, 1986
    17. tek.com: May 8, 1986
    18. fmc.com: July 10, 1986
    19. ub.com: July 10, 1986
    20. bell-atl.com: Aug. 5, 1986
    21. ge.com: Aug. 5, 1986
    22. grebyn.com: Aug. 5, 1986
    23. isc.com: Aug. 5, 1986
    24. nsc.com: Aug. 5, 1986
    25. stargate.com: Aug. 5, 1986
    26. boeing.com: Sept. 2, 1986
    27. itcorp.com: Sept. 18, 1986
    28. siemens.com: Sept. 29, 1986
    29. pyramid.com: Oct. 18, 1986
    30. alphacdc.com: Oct. 27, 1986
    31. bdm.com: Oct. 27, 1986
    32. fluke.com: Oct. 27, 1986
    33. inmet.com: Oct. 27, 1986
    34. kesmai.com: Oct. 27, 1986
    35. mentor.com: Oct. 27, 1986
    36. nec.com: Oct. 27, 1986
    37. ray.com: Oct. 27, 1986
    38. rosemount.com: Oct. 27, 1986
    39. vortex.com: Oct. 27, 1986
    40. alcoa.com: Nov. 5, 1986
    41. gte.com: Nov. 5, 1986
    42. adobe.com: Nov. 17, 1986
    43. amd.com: Nov. 17, 1986
    44. das.com: Nov. 17, 1986
    45. data-io.com: Nov. 17, 1986
    46. octopus.com: Nov. 17, 1986
    47. portal.com: Nov. 17, 1986
    48. teltone.com: Nov. 17, 1986
    49. 3com.com: Dec. 11, 1986
    50. amdahl.com: Dec. 11, 1986
    51. ccur.com: Dec. 11, 1986
    52. ci.com: Dec. 11, 1986
    53. convergent.com: Dec. 11, 1986
    54. dg.com: Dec. 11, 1986
    55. peregrine.com: Dec. 11, 1986
    56. quad.com: Dec. 11, 1986
    57. sq.com: Dec. 11, 1986
    58. tandy.com: Dec. 11, 1986
    59. tti.com: Dec. 11, 1986
    60. unisys.com: Dec. 11, 1986
    61. cgi.com: Jan. 19, 1987
    62. cts.com: Jan. 19, 1987
    63. spdcc.com: Jan. 19, 1987
    64. apple.com: Feb. 19, 1987
    65. nma.com: March 4, 1987
    66. prime.com: March 4, 1987
    67. philips.com: April 4, 1987
    68. datacube.com: April 23, 1987
    69. kai.com: April 23, 1987
    70. tic.com: April 23, 1987
    71. vine.com: April 23, 1987
    72. ncr.com: April 30, 1987
    73. cisco.com: May 14, 1987
    74. rdl.com: May 14, 1987
    75. slb.com: May 20, 1987
    76. parcplace.com: May 27, 1987
    77. utc.com: May 27, 1987
    78. ide.com: June 26, 1987
    79. trw.com: July 9, 1987
    80. unipress.com: July 13, 1987
    81. dupont.com: July 27, 1987
    82. lockheed.com: July 27, 1987
    83. rosetta.com: July 28, 1987
    84. toad.com: Aug. 18, 1987
    85. quick.com: Aug. 31, 1987
    86. allied.com: Sept. 3, 1987
    87. dsc.com: Sept. 3, 1987
    88. sco.com: Sept. 3, 1987
    89. gene.com: Sept. 22, 1987
    90. kccs.com: Sept. 22, 1987
    91. spectra.com: Sept. 22, 1987
    92. wlk.com: Sept. 22, 1987
    93. mentat.com: Sept. 30, 1987
    94. wyse.com: Oct. 14, 1987
    95. cfg.com: Nov. 2, 1987
    96. marble.com: Nov. 9, 1987
    97. cayman.com: Nov. 16, 1987
    98. entity.com: Nov. 16, 1987
    99. ksr.com: Nov. 24, 1987
    100. nynexst.com: Nov. 30, 1987