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Pet bottle reg

Interesting read- Forwarded as received.                                                                                                                                                 HIGHER EDUCATION – Does it really help ? CHICKPET, Bangalore is known the business hub of Bangalore City with more than 1000 shops in the locality. This place is always crowed as people throng to buy clothes, furnitures, toys etc. at a wholesale price. Yesterday, I had been there as part of my educational research to talk to few shop keepers to understand how they do business and what education has to do to them with regards to their business. During my interaction with many shop keepers in Chickpet, I found that, most of them were from Rajasthan. One more interesting thing that I found was that most of them were in their teenage. Out of all, meeting a young 10th dropout who runs a clothes shop was very interesting. His name is Bramhadev from Rajasthan. I thought of sharing few our discussions here. As I went into the crowded shop as a customer, he greeted me with a great smile calling “Anna banni, en bekithu”. (Meaning: Brother, what do you want) (The conversation was in Kannada. I have translated it below) Myself: I wanted to check for some nice shirt and pant piece.Bramhadev: Tell me sir, what is the range you are looking at?Myself: You first show me all the clothes, let me choose out of those.Bramhadev: Sure sir and started showing me all his collections. (Meanwhile during the selection time, I thought of asking him few questions, which was my only intention)Myself: How did you learn Kannada?Bramhadev: Sir, obviously by talking to people.Myself: But, your Kannada is very fluent!Bramhadev: Sir, initially, I found it difficult, but, when I continued speaking to customers, I learnt it on the fly. Now, I speak better than Bangalore Kanndigas.Myself: Superb. When did you start this business?Bramhadev: It’s almost 10 years now. I started it when I failed in my 10th. My uncle got me into this business.Myself: How many languages can you speak?Brahmadev: I can speak, Hindi, English, Kannada, Marathi, Tamil, Telugu & Malayalam.Myself: Oh my God ! How did you learn so many Brahmadev: I told you sir, Customers taught me.Myself: Sorry to ask you, but still out of curiosity, I just wanted to know what would be your monthly turnover?Brahmadev: Ummmm, it depends on the festival season. Normally, the turnover would be around 8 – 9 lakhs per month, and during festivals it will shoot up to 15 lakhs. Profit upto Rs. 4 lakh per month.Myself: What? Oh my God! That’s a super number! Great man!Brahmadev: What great sir? In Chickpet, this is very less. Others make double than what I do. Myself: Didn’t you feel like completing your education by studying further?Brahmadev: Sir, to be honest, none of our family members completed education. To complete my education it might take another 5 – 6 years which I feel is a big waste of time and money. I invested both in my business. Today, I will challenge none of the educated person with 10 years experience will earn as much as I do. What do you say sir?Myself: Hmmm….Yes. True. But still education would have helped you grow more than what you are earning today.Brahmadev: Seriously No sir. Education would give us fear and make us feel that, one has to work under someone to earn their livelihood. Education does not teach us to live independently. I also have many friends who studied along with me and completed graduation. None are into business. Almost all are working in some private firm.Myself: Hmmmm….So you don’t regret completing education?Bramhadev: Definitely No sir. I am very happy. (In between our conversation, another customer had purchased around 20 pairs of shirt and pant, and few sarees. Without using a calculator Bramhadev calculated the total cost of the purchase and told the customer the total cost including 10% discount in just 15 – 20 seconds).Myself: Boss, you don’t even use calculator?Bramhadev: Sir, educated people need calculator and mobile phones to calculate. Not me.Myself: Started smiling and put my head down (because I was using calculator to calculate the cost of my purchase).Bramhadev: I continuously practiced calculating. I am doing this since 10 years and I have become perfect. I am sure, I will never err in my calculation. After this, I made a purchase and the next whole day, I was thinking about our conversation again and again. I would like to infer what I learnt. 1. Without higher education, Bramhadev is not jobless. Whereas our today’s graduates with distinction are still in search of a job. 2. Without higher education, Bramhadev has good communication skills. But, today’s corporate world complains about our graduates for having no communication skills. 3. Without higher education, Bramhadev earns in lakhs, where as our current generation graduates complains of not having enough salary to pay their EMIs. 4. Without higher education, Bramhadev’s mathematical mind works faster than today’s graduates who has cleared different levels of mathematics papers with high scores. Today’s graduates needs Mobile Phones to perform simple calculation. 5. Without higher education, Bramhadev has no fear of losing his job, but today’s graduate employees are always fear of getting fired from the company they are working in.Now, the question in mind is”HOW DOES HIGHER EDUCATION HELP ONESELF? POINT IS – SKILL DEVELOPMENT IS MORE VALUABLE THAN EDUCATION !,

Interesting read- Forwarded as received.                                                                                          Interesting read- Forwarded as received.                                                                                                                                                 HIGHER EDUCATION – Does it really help ?
CHICKPET, Bangalore is known the business hub of Bangalore City with more than 1000 shops in the locality. This place is always crowed as people throng to buy clothes, furnitures, toys etc. at a wholesale price. Yesterday, I had been there as part of my educational research to talk to few shop keepers to understand how they do business and what education has to do to them with regards to their business. During my interaction with many shop keepers in Chickpet, I found that, most of them were from Rajasthan. One more interesting thing that I found was that most of them were in their teenage. Out of all, meeting a young 10th dropout who runs a clothes shop was very interesting. His name is Bramhadev from Rajasthan. I thought of sharing few our discussions here.

As I went into the crowded shop as a customer, he greeted me with a great smile calling “Anna banni, en bekithu”. (Meaning: Brother, what do you want) (The conversation was in Kannada. I have translated it below)

Myself: I wanted to check for some nice shirt and pant piece.
Bramhadev: Tell me sir, what is the range you are looking at?
Myself: You first show me all the clothes, let me choose out of those.
Bramhadev: Sure sir and started showing me all his collections. (Meanwhile during the selection time, I thought of asking him few questions, which was my only intention)
Myself: How did you learn Kannada?
Bramhadev: Sir, obviously by talking to people.
Myself: But, your Kannada is very fluent!
Bramhadev: Sir, initially, I found it difficult, but, when I continued speaking to customers, I learnt it on the fly. Now, I speak better than Bangalore Kanndigas.
Myself: Superb. When did you start this business?
Bramhadev: It’s almost 10 years now. I started it when I failed in my 10th. My uncle got me into this business.
Myself: How many languages can you speak?
Brahmadev: I can speak, Hindi, English, Kannada, Marathi, Tamil, Telugu & Malayalam.
Myself: Oh my God ! How did you learn so many
Brahmadev: I told you sir, Customers taught me.
Myself: Sorry to ask you, but still out of curiosity, I just wanted to know what would be your monthly turnover?
Brahmadev: Ummmm, it depends on the festival season. Normally, the turnover would be around 8 – 9 lakhs per month, and during festivals it will shoot up to 15 lakhs. Profit upto Rs. 4 lakh per month.

Myself: What? Oh my God! That’s a super number! Great man!
Brahmadev: What great sir? In Chickpet, this is very less. Others make double than what I do. Myself: Didn’t you feel like completing your education by studying further?
Brahmadev: Sir, to be honest, none of our family members completed education. To complete my education it might take another 5 – 6 years which I feel is a big waste of time and money. I invested both in my business. Today, I will challenge none of the educated person with 10 years experience will earn as much as I do. What do you say sir?
Myself: Hmmm….Yes. True. But still education would have helped you grow more than what you are earning today.
Brahmadev: Seriously No sir. Education would give us fear and make us feel that, one has to work under someone to earn their livelihood. Education does not teach us to live independently. I also have many friends who studied along with me and completed graduation. None are into business. Almost all are working in some private firm.
Myself: Hmmmm….So you don’t regret completing education?
Bramhadev: Definitely No sir. I am very happy. (In between our conversation, another customer had purchased around 20 pairs of shirt and pant, and few sarees. Without using a calculator Bramhadev calculated the total cost of the purchase and told the customer the total cost including 10% discount in just 15 – 20 seconds).
Myself: Boss, you don’t even use calculator?
Bramhadev: Sir, educated people need calculator and mobile phones to calculate. Not me.
Myself: Started smiling and put my head down (because I was using calculator to calculate the cost of my purchase).
Bramhadev: I continuously practiced calculating. I am doing this since 10 years and I have become perfect. I am sure, I will never err in my calculation.

After this, I made a purchase and the next whole day, I was thinking about our conversation again and again. I would like to infer what I learnt.

1. Without higher education, Bramhadev is not jobless. Whereas our today’s graduates with distinction are still in search of a job.

2. Without higher education, Bramhadev has good communication skills. But, today’s corporate world complains about our graduates for having no communication skills.

3. Without higher education, Bramhadev earns in lakhs, where as our current generation graduates complains of not having enough salary to pay their EMIs.

4. Without higher education, Bramhadev’s mathematical mind works faster than today’s graduates who has cleared different levels of mathematics papers with high scores. Today’s graduates needs Mobile Phones to perform simple calculation.

5. Without higher education, Bramhadev has no fear of losing his job, but today’s graduate employees are always fear of getting fired from the company they are working in.

Now, the question in mind is
“HOW DOES HIGHER EDUCATION HELP ONESELF?
POINT IS – SKILL DEVELOPMENT IS MORE VALUABLE THAN EDUCATION !, ?
CHICKPET, Bangalore is known the business hub of Bangalore City with more than 1000 shops in the locality. This place is always crowed as people throng to buy clothes, furnitures, toys etc. at a wholesale price. Yesterday, I had been there as part of my educational research to talk to few shop keepers to understand how they do business and what education has to do to them with regards to their business. During my interaction with many shop keepers in Chickpet, I found that, most of them were from Rajasthan. One more interesting thing that I found was that most of them were in their teenage. Out of all, meeting a young 10th dropout who runs a clothes shop was very interesting. His name is Bramhadev from Rajasthan. I thought of sharing few our discussions here.

As I went into the crowded shop as a customer, he greeted me with a great smile calling “Anna banni, en bekithu”. (Meaning: Brother, what do you want) (The conversation was in Kannada. I have translated it below)

Myself: I wanted to check for some nice shirt and pant piece.
Bramhadev: Tell me sir, what is the range you are looking at?
Myself: You first show me all the clothes, let me choose out of those.
Bramhadev: Sure sir and started showing me all his collections. (Meanwhile during the selection time, I thought of asking him few questions, which was my only intention)
Myself: How did you learn Kannada?
Bramhadev: Sir, obviously by talking to people.
Myself: But, your Kannada is very fluent!
Bramhadev: Sir, initially, I found it difficult, but, when I continued speaking to customers, I learnt it on the fly. Now, I speak better than Bangalore Kanndigas.
Myself: Superb. When did you start this business?
Bramhadev: It’s almost 10 years now. I started it when I failed in my 10th. My uncle got me into this business.
Myself: How many languages can you speak?
Brahmadev: I can speak, Hindi, English, Kannada, Marathi, Tamil, Telugu & Malayalam.
Myself: Oh my God ! How did you learn so many
Brahmadev: I told you sir, Customers taught me.
Myself: Sorry to ask you, but still out of curiosity, I just wanted to know what would be your monthly turnover?
Brahmadev: Ummmm, it depends on the festival season. Normally, the turnover would be around 8 – 9 lakhs per month, and during festivals it will shoot up to 15 lakhs. Profit upto Rs. 4 lakh per month.

Myself: What? Oh my God! That’s a super number! Great man!
Brahmadev: What great sir? In Chickpet, this is very less. Others make double than what I do. Myself: Didn’t you feel like completing your education by studying further?
Brahmadev: Sir, to be honest, none of our family members completed education. To complete my education it might take another 5 – 6 years which I feel is a big waste of time and money. I invested both in my business. Today, I will challenge none of the educated person with 10 years experience will earn as much as I do. What do you say sir?
Myself: Hmmm….Yes. True. But still education would have helped you grow more than what you are earning today.
Brahmadev: Seriously No sir. Education would give us fear and make us feel that, one has to work under someone to earn their livelihood. Education does not teach us to live independently. I also have many friends who studied along with me and completed graduation. None are into business. Almost all are working in some private firm.
Myself: Hmmmm….So you don’t regret completing education?
Bramhadev: Definitely No sir. I am very happy. (In between our conversation, another customer had purchased around 20 pairs of shirt and pant, and few sarees. Without using a calculator Bramhadev calculated the total cost of the purchase and told the customer the total cost including 10% discount in just 15 – 20 seconds).
Myself: Boss, you don’t even use calculator?
Bramhadev: Sir, educated people need calculator and mobile phones to calculate. Not me.
Myself: Started smiling and put my head down (because I was using calculator to calculate the cost of my purchase).
Bramhadev: I continuously practiced calculating. I am doing this since 10 years and I have become perfect. I am sure, I will never err in my calculation.

After this, I made a purchase and the next whole day, I was thinking about our conversation again and again. I would like to infer what I learnt.

1. Without higher education, Bramhadev is not jobless. Whereas our today’s graduates with distinction are still in search of a job.

2. Without higher education, Bramhadev has good communication skills. But, today’s corporate world complains about our graduates for having no communication skills.

3. Without higher education, Bramhadev earns in lakhs, where as our current generation graduates complains of not having enough salary to pay their EMIs.

4. Without higher education, Bramhadev’s mathematical mind works faster than today’s graduates who has cleared different levels of mathematics papers with high scores. Today’s graduates needs Mobile Phones to perform simple calculation.

5. Without higher education, Bramhadev has no fear of losing his job, but today’s graduate employees are always fear of getting fired from the company they are working in.

Now, the question in mind is
“HOW DOES HIGHER EDUCATION HELP ONESELF?
POINT IS – SKILL DEVELOPMENT IS MORE VALUABLE THAN EDUCATION !,

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http://ruinedchildhood.com/post/161943195009/gatherthewords-hes-gonna-be-a-mighty-king-and

What is a Engineering College Faculty Life?

1. I learnt to operate 3 critical machines
* Scanner
* Printer
* Xerox Machine

2. I learnt to use 3 High End Software:
* Microsoft Word
* Microsoft Excel
* Microsoft PowerPoint

3. I learnt to use 3 great short cuts:-
* Ctrl+C
* Ctrl+V
* Ctrl+S

4. I learnt to say three very important words for professional life:-
* Yes sir
* Ok sir.
* I’ll Just Do That sir

5. When I really wanted to quit, I learnt to: –
* Wake Up early
* Sleep late
* Continue to Work

6. I learnt to: –
* Face Monday
* Fight For next 5 Days
* Wait For Sunday

7. I learnt to give reasons to family, friends and relatives for not making
* Phone Calls
* Messages
* Mails

8. I learnt to celebrate these things far away from loved ones:-
* Birthday
* New Year
* Festivals

9. At the end, People say:-
* You Learnt…
* You Earned…
* You Enjoyed…

10. But when I compare me with my self…
* I just Sustained…
* I just Tolerated…
* I just Survived… for bucks

11. I have survived:-
* For convenience of my Family…
* To avoid blame of Society…
* To get tag of Employment…

Dedicated to all employees 😔

100% true msg👆👆

*நடந்து முடிந்த முஸ்லிம்களின் பண்டிகை பற்றி இந்து நண்பன் ஒருவர் எழுதியது*

(நீங்களும் வாசித்துத் தான் பாருங்களேன்)
இஸ்லாமியர்களின் மிகப்பெரிய பண்டிகையான நோன்பு பெருநாள் நடந்து முடிந்தது.
இன்று 

அவர்கள் பட்டாசு வெடித்து காற்றை மாசுபடுத்தவில்லை,
 நிலத்தையும் குப்பையாக்கவில்லை.
#சாயம் கலந்த பிளாஸ்டிக் பொருட்களை கரைத்து நீர் நிலையை மாசுபடுத்தவில்லை.
எதையும் சாலையில் போட்டு உடைத்து மற்றவருக்கு காயம் ஏற்படுத்தவில்லை.
#சாலையில் நெருப்பு வைத்து கொளுத்தி பிறருக்கு இடையூறு தரவில்லை.
#இன்றைக்கு அவர்கள் தொழுகையை பார்வையிட வந்த காவல் அதிகாரி இரத்தம் சொட்ட சொட்ட தாக்கப்படவில்லை.
இன்றைக்கு அவர்களுக்கு பயந்து யாரும் கடையை அடைக்கவில்லை.
#இன்றைக்கு அவர்கள் யாரும் சினிமா தியேட்டர்களில் முண்டியடிக்கவில்லை.
#டாஸ்மாக் கடைகளில் எந்த சிறப்பு விற்பனையும் இல்லை.
#சண்டை சச்சரவு வெட்டுக்குத்து குழப்பம் எதுவும் நிகழவில்லை.
#எந்தக் கடைக்காரரிடமும் சாப்பிட்டு விட்டு பணம் கொடுக்காமல் காடைக்காரரைத் தாக்கவில்லை.
இன்று

#அவர்கள் வயிறார சாப்பிட்டார்கள்,  மற்றவருக்கும் சாப்பிடக் கொடுத்தார்கள்.
#இறைவனுக்காக பலி பிராணிகளை அறுத்து சாதி மதம் பார்க்காமல் அனைத்து மக்களுக்கும் இறைச்சியை வழங்கினார்கள்.
#ஏழைகளுக்கு உதவி செய்ய  பிராணிகளின் தோல்களை திரட்டினார்கள்.
எவ்வளவோ நன்மைகள்.
 பண்டிகையிலும் கூட ஏழைகளின் நலன் கருதும் அவர்களுக்கு ஏன்டா தடை போடுறீங்க?
     பழ.மாணிக்கம்.

*நடந்து முடிந்த முஸ்லிம்களின் பண்டிகை பற்றி இந்து நண்பன் ஒருவர் எழுதியது*

(நீங்களும் வாசித்துத் தான் பாருங்களேன்)
இஸ்லாமியர்களின் மிகப்பெரிய பண்டிகையான நோன்பு பெருநாள் நடந்து முடிந்தது.
இன்று 

அவர்கள் பட்டாசு வெடித்து காற்றை மாசுபடுத்தவில்லை,
 நிலத்தையும் குப்பையாக்கவில்லை.
#சாயம் கலந்த பிளாஸ்டிக் பொருட்களை கரைத்து நீர் நிலையை மாசுபடுத்தவில்லை.
எதையும் சாலையில் போட்டு உடைத்து மற்றவருக்கு காயம் ஏற்படுத்தவில்லை.
#சாலையில் நெருப்பு வைத்து கொளுத்தி பிறருக்கு இடையூறு தரவில்லை.
#இன்றைக்கு அவர்கள் தொழுகையை பார்வையிட வந்த காவல் அதிகாரி இரத்தம் சொட்ட சொட்ட தாக்கப்படவில்லை.
இன்றைக்கு அவர்களுக்கு பயந்து யாரும் கடையை அடைக்கவில்லை.
#இன்றைக்கு அவர்கள் யாரும் சினிமா தியேட்டர்களில் முண்டியடிக்கவில்லை.
#டாஸ்மாக் கடைகளில் எந்த சிறப்பு விற்பனையும் இல்லை.
#சண்டை சச்சரவு வெட்டுக்குத்து குழப்பம் எதுவும் நிகழவில்லை.
#எந்தக் கடைக்காரரிடமும் சாப்பிட்டு விட்டு பணம் கொடுக்காமல் காடைக்காரரைத் தாக்கவில்லை.
இன்று

#அவர்கள் வயிறார சாப்பிட்டார்கள்,  மற்றவருக்கும் சாப்பிடக் கொடுத்தார்கள்.
#இறைவனுக்காக பலி பிராணிகளை அறுத்து சாதி மதம் பார்க்காமல் அனைத்து மக்களுக்கும் இறைச்சியை வழங்கினார்கள்.
#ஏழைகளுக்கு உதவி செய்ய  பிராணிகளின் தோல்களை திரட்டினார்கள்.
எவ்வளவோ நன்மைகள்.
 பண்டிகையிலும் கூட ஏழைகளின் நலன் கருதும் அவர்களுக்கு ஏன்டா தடை போடுறீங்க?
     பழ.மாணிக்கம்.

Tamil

*பரம்பரை பரம்பரையாக என்று சொல்வதன் பொருள்*
நாம் – முதல் தலைமுறை, 
தந்தை + தாய் – இரண்டாம் தலைமுறை, 
பாட்டன் + பாட்டி – மூன்றாம் தலைமுறை, 
பூட்டன் + பூட்டி – நான்காம் தலைமுறை, 
ஓட்டன் + ஓட்டி – ஐந்தாம் தலைமுறை, 
சேயோன் + சேயோள் – ஆறாம் தலைமுறை, 
பரன் + பரை – ஏழாம் தலைமுறை,
ஆக,
பரன் + பரை = பரம்பரை 
ஒரு தலைமுறை – சராசரியாக 60 வருடங்கள் என்று கொண்டால்,
ஏழு தலைமுறை – 480 வருடங்கள்..
ஈரேழு தலைமுறை – 960 வருடங்கள்..

(கிட்டத்தட்ட ஆயிரம் வருடங்கள்)ஆக, 
பரம்பரை பரம்பரையாக என்று சொல்வதன் பொருள் ஈரேழு, பதினான்குதலை

முறையாக என்று பொருள் வரும்.
வேறெந்த மொழிகளிலும் இப்படி உறவு முறைகள் இல்லை..
இதுவும் தமிழுக்கு ஒரு தனிச் சிறப்பு!..
*பகிர்ந்து கொள்ளுங்கள் எல்லோரும் தெரிந்து கொள்ளட்டும்*

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