Online surveys can be a huge help in understanding what your constituents think and how successful your programs are, without breaking your budget. A number of low cost online tools provide easy interfaces for building surveys and viewing reports online. These packages can be a great fit for smaller surveys where advanced question types, survey logic and results analysis are not required. There are various sites for performing Online Survey. Some of them are:
SurveyMonkey is Read more [...]
QuickBooks is a business accounting software used to record credit and cash transactions in business accounting. Any expense incurring through a credit card is entered as banking/credit card expenses and cash transactions are recorded in the form of Bill. For reference purpose, we need to maintain the record of invoices and the client details. Let us take a closer look at how Bills are entered in this particular software.
The bill entry process is easy, convenient and simple. The user has to first Read more [...]
One of the most visible signs of a strong economy is a stable currency. Indian Rupee has been stable for most of the 2000s which gave an impression that all is well with the fast growing economy. However, it has depreciated significantly against the US Dollar in 2011. Very few financial experts have predicted this kind of a downfall for the Indian Rupee. It has lost more than 20% of its value in 2011. Rupee is trading close to Rs 54 to a US Dollar now. Indian Rupee is now one of the worst performing Read more [...]
It’s been a long wait for global retail giants like Wal-Mart, Tesco, Carrefour and others to set up shop in India. As the winter session started on 22nd November, the ruling party of India decided to lift the ban on big-box retailers’ investment in multi brand FDI. Soon the topic raised the political storm in the Parliament with several other issues like including price rise, separate Telangana and safety of Mullaperiyar dam and more.
The BJP announced that it would not allow foreign Read more [...]
On 9/11/2011 we will mark 10 years since the terrorist attacks in New York, Pennsylvania and Washington, D.C. Do you remember the moment you were informed about that incident? What all panicky thoughts had come to your mind? Which all TV channels you browsed through? Of course, there was no Facebook or Twitter to collaborate instantly.
The destruction of physical assets was estimated in the national accounts to amount to $14 billion for private businesses, $1.5 billion for State and local government Read more [...]
The concept of Lokpal is borrowed from the office of the ombudsman in other countries which provides for filing complaints of corruption against Prime minister, other ministers and members of parliament with the ombudsman. Main objective of Lokpal is to provide speedy and cheaper justice within a prescribed time lime.
The first Lokpal bill was passed in the 4th Lok Sabha in 1969 but did not complete the process and, later Lokpal bills were introduced unsuccessfully in 1971, 1977, 1985, 1989, 1996, Read more [...]