Friday, 2 December 2016

Top 11 Problems in Organised and Unorganised Sectors around the world

Part 1: In Unorganised Sector:
Top 10 problems in unorganised sector, according to experts, nothing personal
  1.  Lot of exploitation at all the levels, and inhuman behaviours at all the levels at some places
  2. No Records of some of the workers even in any of the government files
  3. Unethical and even draconian practises at some places
  4. Criminal elements holds the power, and control at some places
  5. Job security do not exists in all the places
  6. Less trust and faith among contract labourers and actual labourers, in some places
  7. Migration of workers kills the career and education of most of the children in most of the cases
  8. Payment is shown something else and given something else, at some places
  9. Working conditions, a big question? How can humans look at others like cheaper labourers?
  10. Morality is kept out of picture and emotions and earning huge money does not go hand in hand is taught while handling labourers to Managers who take care of this business of contract labourers …. This is the biggest hurdle….
  11. Salary deduction is very common, in case duty is missed even one day or for some time, but there is no over time payment.
Part 2: In Unorganised Sector: 
Top 10 intellectual and smart problems in organised sector, according to some experts, nothing personal
  1.  Even qualified and skilled engineers are working at far low skilled jobs…. Even top ICT and Technology companies hire them and pay less. Isn’t it an intelligent exploitation in this era?
  2. Interview is kept at certain destination and to and fro journey tickets are not paid, even the farce interview is conducted and jobs are also given to previously fixed person
  3. Even Teachers and Professors are literate but are paid salary not up to the mark of 7th pay commission even if it should be made mandatory by the government of India in all the institutions. Some are paid only if the admissions of the students are full and up to the mark. Why not government of India declare education is the business for such institution? Even top Institutes do not have full strength of Professors and staff, and they are ranked above all, showing “Show Off” Rankings. Height is the graduates from this place tell lot of things to others, but, they could not fix there Alma-matter till now, and they are accused of forming a cartel and accused of not letting others get higher positions, is very old story, that, appeared in many dailies across world.
  4. Politics, Power and Penny, Plays a big role or the only role in getting job done, here too. Biggest tragedy is still, the Smart workers most of the times outsmart the hard workers.
  5. At most of the places bottom 5% of the performers have been shown the door most of the times, at the end of the financial year. In fact, even pink slip is very common, in the morning job is there and in the evening while going home, jobless.
  6. Working culture is better kept away from this talk. Let me know at least one person who has not worked overtime in private sector in India and have claimed the overtime unlike government sector. Though now a day, both government/ public and private sector have equally big stress of work load.
  7. Benefits, Welfare Scheme, looks better in government/ public sector and even very few private sector companies in India are coming up with it.
  8. Talent war is the era of the past it seems, as even today, Ph.D.’s from top institutions are searching jobs. Even though many have proper skills, qualifications, attitude, and hard work and connections are there, still, joblessness is too high.
  9. Opportunism has increased and opportunists take advantage of it.
  10. Multilaterism has increased but, BrExit proves, nationalism and job to locals is the major issue even in the Globalisation, Privatisation and Liberalisation era.
  11. Most of the entrepreneurial and intrapreneurial adventures are failing in the hyper-dynamic world, hence, increase in joblessness and unemployment.
For more: Please visit: https://managementengineering.blogspot.in/2016/12/top-11-problems-in-organised-and.html
Dr. Ashish Manohar Urkude, India

Tuesday, 15 November 2016

Promise Jobs, Create Jobs, Get Elected and Protect Jobs of your citizens, is new trend in Democracies all over the world

Promise Jobs, Create Jobs, Get Elected and Protect Jobs of your citizens, is new trend in Democracies all over the world

India, Greece, then BrExit then USA elections, ...you name it and proofs are there.

Any government who cannot do is going to lose the election or power, it seems in future, unemployment is great demon and unless jobs are created it cannot be tamed.

Hence, I always say, jobs, jobs and jobs, creation of jobs can solve many problems and even can bring peace and prosperity and progress on earth as it will keep busy people in their daily lives.

I'm writing this, as I've seen, even Ph.D. from IIT, Ph.D. from other Universities having all qualifications and skills, but are sitting jobs less. Lot of recently graduated Engineers sitting helplessly in the squares/ chowk/ nukkad in all across India and talked to them. Lot of commerce and arts graduates same fate. Their major complaint is they don't have money to start business and they are not willing to do 'negatively fantastic things' in their own business... They also have a complaint that they appear for interview but they are shown where they stand than what they can do. A person had done MBA from UK, didn't get job in UK came back, now when he applies for the job, ... the interviews treat him like UK MBA and feel they cannot afford the salary...at par... Many voted new government in view that it will create jobs for youths but they are disappointed, they feel all parties are same, when not in power they promise a lot but when in power they are same....

A few days ago I was on the railway station to drop a relative, there was huge rush. For just 500 seats of vacancy, more than 1,000,000 were appearing for the exams all over India... They had no concession for travel and hence, many were walking on the streets and walked 10 to 20 km till railway stations to go back home from big cities to their home, to travel by train or buses....

Recently, when we conducted the interview for one Institute. The vacancy was for the position of Assistant Professor, just for 2 post, we had to interview 257 candidates... as it was walk in and the owner was conducting the interview after some 10 years and he had no idea that there are so many people pursuing Ph.D. or have competed Ph.D. and they are promised full scale but are not getting full scale if they are in job...etc. so from fresh to already Assistant Professor were coming for better opportunity...

In one of the factory, for the permanent job after of apprenticeship even B.Engg. , BA, B.Com. and even MBA candidates were there, where the required qualifications were 10th grade....

It's a wake up call for humanity and which could start from at least world's well known democracies, hence, this effort.

Dr. Ashish Manohar Urkude, ashish.urkude@gmail.com 

Promise Jobs, Create Jobs, Get Elected and Protect Jobs of your citizens, is new trend in Democracies all over the world

Promise Jobs, Create Jobs, Get Elected and Protect Jobs of your citizens, is new trend in Democracies all over the world

India, Greece, then BrExit then USA elections, ...you name it and proofs are there.

Any government who cannot do is going to lose the election or power, it seems in future, unemployment is great demon and unless jobs are created it cannot be tamed.

Hence, I always say, jobs, jobs and jobs, creation of jobs can solve many problems and even can bring peace and prosperity and progress on earth as it will keep busy people in their daily lives.

I'm writing this, as I've seen, even Ph.D. from IIT, Ph.D. from other Universities having all qualifications and skills, but are sitting jobs less. Lot of recently graduated Engineers sitting helplessly in the squares/ chowk/ nukkad in all across India and talked to them. Lot of commerce and arts graduates same fate. Their major complaint is they don't have money to start business and they are not willing to do 'negatively fantastic things' in their own business... They also have a complaint that they appear for interview but they are shown where they stand than what they can do. A person had done MBA from UK, didn't get job in UK came back, now when he applies for the job, ... the interviews treat him like UK MBA and feel they cannot afford the salary...at par... Many voted new government in view that it will create jobs for youths but they are disappointed, they feel all parties are same, when not in power they promise a lot but when in power they are same....

A few days ago I was on the railway station to drop a relative, there was huge rush. For just 500 seats of vacancy, more than 1,000,000 were appearing for the exams all over India... They had no concession for travel and hence, many were walking on the streets and walked 10 to 20 km till railway stations to go back home from big cities to their home, to travel by train or buses....

Recently, when we conducted the interview for one Institute. The vacancy was for the position of Assistant Professor, just for 2 post, we had to interview 257 candidates... as it was walk in and the owner was conducting the interview after some 10 years and he had no idea that there are so many people pursuing Ph.D. or have competed Ph.D. and they are promised full scale but are not getting full scale if they are in job...etc. so from fresh to already Assistant Professor were coming for better opportunity...

In one of the factory, for the permanent job after of apprenticeship even B.Engg. , BA, B.Com. and even MBA candidates were there, where the required qualifications were 10th grade....

It's a wake up call for humanity and which could start from at least world's well known democracies, hence, this effort.

Dr. Ashish Manohar Urkude, ashish.urkude@gmail.com 

Monday, 14 November 2016

Delighted and Excited to tell you Globally more than 250287 distinct individuals are learning different Indian languages from my Free Language Learning Series

Delighted and Excited to tell you Globally more than 250287 distinct individuals are learning different Indian languages from my Free Language Learning Series 

 All the best to all Language users, learners, audience and viewers and global citizens who really are peacemakers of the world.

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Wednesday, 9 November 2016

Top 10 Problems in Media and Journalism around the world



Top 10 Problems in Media and Journalism around the world: A wake up call, to make healthy Media and Journalism around the world
As always, there are exceptional, good, bad and neutral journalism happening all over the world. However, we’re trying to know and focus the problems in the Media and Journalism around the world, so that, everything becomes result oriented in the world and everyone get benefited and humanity survives.
  1. It has become a paid job than passion. Passionate journalism is getting biased due to the job s/he is with the organization and it’s attachment to which ever thought process that media house has adopted for that time being or which ever thought process it has adopted since its inception
  2. Media can raise any sensational news and some unwanted issues are discussed at so much high pitch and so much stretch that even anybody would get attracted and involved into it and expresses their views. However, in this process, the most important issues are sidelined.
  3. Media gives more importance to present and fresh news, in that, other chronic issues are not touched and problems are not solved. The name and fame attached to such approach is literally killing the soul of the journalism. Where as Media can influence or discard the influence if they decide on certain issue and make a difference, but, hardly it’s been use for humanitarian purpose 24/ 7/ 365. Though, in past, the impact was high, due to increasing number of channels, the impact is either getting diluted or depends on many factors out of control of common man.
  4. The “Me First” approach is “Destroying the content”.
  5. Contract labor, temporary jobs, and sword hanging on the job….has killed the true journalism and free speech and clear truthful analyses of many issues
  6. Control of the TV channels, many Dailies, Websites have multiple organizational and trans-national support and that biases the views,  dilutes the killer instinct of the journalists and kills the points of the news and biases the truth too. Many hide the news in the name that, it may hamper our readers feelings from that country or this country....killing the truth.  It’s also killing the soul of the media.
  7. Generator of the news could be different person/s, where as credit takers could be different person/s. Also, if a channel raises some issues they never let that issue subdue till they get the full credit and till they raise their TRP rating associated.
  8. Sometimes, truth, content, faith, values, and ethics are kept aside in the name of money or TRP ratings
  9. Sometimes, Technology and Glitter, over powers all other fundamentals and mesmerize few or all watching. However, masses getting benefited are still a pipe-dream.
  10. Sometimes fundamentals over powers the technology and humanity wins, but, their percentage is still negligible.
Ethical Creativity, Healthy Competition, and Constructive Contribution to society at large with Self-Control among the Contributors, should increase than decrease, is the request to Media and Journalists all over the world. 

Of course Dampening of Freedom of Speech is the major problem. Hence, the Best Solution, is “Let freedom of speech” survive, live and let live and let humanity survive for humanity only. 
It's a wake up call, to make healthy Media and Journalism around the world, to let humanity survive the humane way. 

Dr. Ashish Manohar Urkude, ashish.urkude@gmail.com , India