Thursday, 28 September 2017

How To get an Internship & Certification Courses

Hey,

We all know the value how the value of a Resume increases when there are good internships/certification courses done. It automatically increases your chances to get placed at good places and get an edge above others.

So what if I tell you can get really awesome internships with ease without going into much hassles? Internshala is one such platform where you can get work from home internships that provide you access to real life work while you are still in college. Such internships usually require 2-3 hours of work commitment and last for 1 - 2 months. At Internshala, we have over 4000 work from home internships for you to choose from, in domains like engineering, management, design, media among others. There are also Full time Internships available.

The best part - it's completely free and you get paid to do the internship along with the certificate 🙂

About Internshala

Its world's largest online internship platform where there are more than 70,000 companies actively seeking for interns and along with that there are also more than 2 million students seeking for internships.

If interested, you can create an account here (https://internshala.com/registration/student?utm_source=ISP8&utm_medium=ISP8627DHA) and start applying to internships.

Also, Internshala is offering Online Winter Training on 15+ certified industry skills.

To avail special discounts on the courses use code ISP8627DHA to avail 55% + 10% discount on all training programs. Visit: https://trainings.internshala.com/?utm_source=ISRP&utm_medium=ISRP657442&utm_campaign=whatsapp&referral=ISRP657442
Please note :This is only available till 30th sept midnight IST. After that there'll be 10% discount available.

Feel free to reach me for any doubts or queries at below mentioned contacts. Also if you want to receive such offers/updates about internships or training offers then reach me out via the contacts.

Contacts
Facebook - https://facebook.com/joshidhawal
Email - joshidhawal2046@gmail.com

Regards,
Dhawal
Internshala Student Partner


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Wednesday, 20 September 2017

How To Train Your Wife - Satire

Hello!

I know I am pretty late with a blog post this time, but I am trying to be more active in my writings. I along with that if you might have noticed, I also changed the commenting box so that anyone of you can comment with or without any IDs. Well people who don't have any accounts can also now leave their feedback on posts. So feel free to leave out your opinions and lets have a cool interaction.

While I was scrolling through my Facebook Feed a few weeks back, I found a very interesting article written by one of my close buddies. So I just messaged her to send the that article, so that I can let it out to much bigger audience.

Below I am now upload that article 'as it is' So feel free to drop down your comments, I am pretty sure you'll have a lot of things to be shared.

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A/N: This was a draft written for an Eng. Comp class I had. Information cited on this page was accurate as of November 9, 2016. I do not endorse spousal physical/mental/emotional abuse. This satire was not written to make you buckle with laughter. I am satisfied with your level of forewarning. You may proceed. ;p

How to Train Your Wife

After many revisions post 1923, the 1982 Equal Rights Amendment declared that women are equivalent to men. However, thriving marriages cannot function while wives claim equal rights. Unsuccessful unions with balanced spousal power are conveyed by the increasing rate of divorce. There must be a leader, a head of the household, someone that takes the reigns in tough situations. Patriarchy must be restored.

In the past, a woman’s role in culture was fair, practical, and uncomplicated. Sensible explanations concluded husbands governed income and the house, so a wife’s place was simply attending it and the children. Ideology shifted in the twenty-first century. However, the same crucial, undeniable facts demand acknowledgement and acceptance. Females are physically inferior, which explains why 84.7% of men compose the military and 88% of the police force nationwide. Women are not as decisive as men, raising issues when affirming her family’s needs. As it stands, with the 20% wage gap, females (especially minorities) cannot financially support a family as well as their male counterpart. Perhaps the most compelling argument is that religions, such as Catholicism, Christianity, Islam, and Judaism all support patriarchy. Scripture in Ephesians proclaims that managing the household is a God-given right and duty bestowed upon a man.

Society injects women with atrocious notions that they can accomplish anything a man can. The majority of these encouraging snakes are executive women who have no idea what labor and commitment it takes to be a real, suitable leader! Absurd morals prompt feminists to rob traditional authority from men. Modern women are less compliant and reluctant to submit themselves to their partner. These beliefs must revert lest girls run the world. I guarantee things will return to the way they were before the 1980s–when laws first began restricting a husband’s power to maintain domestic order. After all, a woman should know what trains women faster. Control and tenacity are necessary components to paving the relationship. Repentance and repetition are the two r’s of any enduring union.

To establish a prosperous marriage, transition complete sovereignty to the husband. While cementing merited supremacy, control must be assertive and unrelenting. Any man that hopes to survive in today’s world must lay down laws. Women view vulnerability as a prime opportunity to challenge every verdict. I cannot stress the utmost importance of setting the bride into line as soon as possible. It behooves new grooms to enforce two fundamental laws: Address men with honor and humility. Subservience is non-negotiable.



If she struggles with rational, remain indefatigable and resort to physical measures. Do whatever is necessary. As women are progressively pig headed, I recommend grand intimidation tactics. For optimum effectiveness, encroach the wife’s space. Tower, point, scream, and shout. Let it all out. Females are biologically programmed to cower, so once she does, a strong male mustn't capitulate and coddle. Witnessing the weaker gender frightened may be afflicting, but women are mistresses of manipulation and may initially whimper as a ploy. That is why husbands must remain tenacious during discipline.

Repentance seems counter-productive since women always instigate drama. (Sometimes they just deserve harsh, intimate retribution for outright insolence.) However, females operate complex mind games. Thus, an intelligent husband can appreciate uttering "sorry"––accompanied by chocolates and flowers (whatever ensures her interest)––automatically coaxes forgiveness towards “cruel,” corrective measures. Modern women worship men who graciously admit (false) blame and will work to be better for their faithful lover. Perhaps these gestures will inspire her to concede; she'll realize she was wrong all along.

Zig Ziglar once said, "Repetition is the mother of learning, the father of action, which makes it the architect of accomplishment.” This is particularly the case for females. These techniques require frequent reinforcement. Drill proper commandments and mannerisms into her brain for a lasting foundation. If she cannot recite them in her sleep, all this invaluable training is in peril.
Be paranoid for her safety; install cameras to capture every room just in case someone dares to corrupt her studying. Limit contact with outside parties to reduce temptation. Exercise consistent comeuppance. In no time, a tamed and tempered wife will humbly serve at her rightful place. I urge adherence to these instructions, but intensify lessons until the woman is fit.
Order will resettle in homes. Wives will have wired household laws into their brain while regarding their man with flickering, wide, revering eyes. Freely confessing guilt for every flaw, they will dutifully volunteer for appropriate punishments. In this type of healthy environment, husbands can reflect on their resolute control, their unquestionable tenacity, their repenting wife, and subtle need for repetition.

About Author:

Hi, I’m Mel! As a full-time student and part-time guardian of aquatic life in the deep blue chlorine ((aka, professional people watcher aka lifeguard)), if not otherwise engaged, I'll be in my bedroom making no noise and pretending that I don't exist. ;P To close, I’ll leave you with my life-long credo: fries before guys. Now, I politely interrupt your leisure to report a hungry.  =^._.^=

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Friday, 15 September 2017

Review: Sita: Warrior of Mithila

Sita: Warrior of Mithila by Amish Tripathi
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

Blurb from Goodreads:
India, 3400 BCE.

India is beset with divisions, resentment and poverty. The people hate their rulers. They despise their corrupt and selfish elite. Chaos is just one spark away. Outsiders exploit these divisions. Raavan, the demon king of Lanka, grows increasingly powerful, sinking his fangs deeper into the hapless Sapt Sindhu.

Two powerful tribes, the protectors of the divine land of India, decide that enough is enough. A saviour is needed. They begin their search.

An abandoned baby is found in a field. Protected by a vulture from a pack of murderous wolves. She is adopted by the ruler of Mithila, a powerless kingdom, ignored by all. Nobody believes this child will amount to much. But they are wrong.

For she is no ordinary girl. She is Sita.

Continue the epic journey with Amish’s latest: A thrilling adventure that chronicles the rise of an orphan, who became the prime minister. And then, a Goddess.

This is the second book in the Ram Chandra Series. A sequel that takes you back. Back before the beginning.

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Disappointed after reading SHIVA triology. It totally lacks that creativity which was in Shiva trilogy. I think that series actually created benchmark for rest books. This and its previous books felt like they're just same story that we know been told in new words. Not anything creative or iterative again.

I feel this book sorta creates a base for the SHIVA trilogy world, i dont know if it actually is or not but this series feels like it. Writing is also done over philosophical and less interesting than previous ones. and I feel some parts were like copied from the first book in the series.

Buy this book (all versions )
Amazon.com : http://amzn.to/2yJSUVM
Amazon.in : http://amzn.to/2mjaZWD

To check out other books by Amish Tripathi here :
Amazon.com : http://amzn.to/2kzBGWa
Amazon.in : http://amzn.to/2CTPUc8

Description :

Immerse yourself in book 2 of the Ram Chandra series, based on the Ramayana, the story of Lady Sita, written by the multi-million bestselling Indian Author Amish; the author who has transformed Indian Fiction with his unique combination of mystery, mythology, religious symbolism and philosophy. In this book, you will follow Lady Sita's journey from an Adopted Child to the Prime Minister to finding her true calling. You will find all the familiar characters you have heard of, like Lord Ram and Lord Lakshman and see more of Lord Hanuman and many others from Mithila. You will also start discovering the true purpose of the Vayuputras and Malayaputras and their conflicting idealogies that leads to plot twists, politics and intrigue as they try to influence outcomes from behind the scenes. She is the warrior we need. The Goddess we await. She will defend Dharma. She will protect us. INDIA, 3400 BCE. India is beset with divisions, resentment, and poverty. The people hate their rulers. They despise their corrupt and selfish elite. Chaos is just one spark away. Outsiders exploit these divisions. Raavan, the demon king of Lanka, grows increasingly powerful, sinking his fangs deeper into the hapless Sapt Sindhu. Two powerful tribes, the protectors of the divine land of India, decide that enough is enough. A saviour is needed. They begin their search. An abandoned baby is found in a field. Protected by a vulture from a pack of murderous wolves. She is adopted by the ruler of Mithila, a powerless kingdom, ignored by all. Nobody believes this child will amount to much. But they are wrong. For she is no ordinary girl. She is Sita. Continue the epic journey with Amish's latest: A thrilling adventure that chronicles the rise of an adopted child, who became the prime minister. And then, a Goddess. This is the second book in the Ram Chandra Series. A sequel that takes you back. Back before the beginning.
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