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Bestselling author Ajitabha Bose pens journey of biggest YouTubers in his next book ‘The Youtube Stars of India’

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New Delhi [India], February 23 (ANI/ThePRTree): The book holds soul-inspiring journeys of the most influential YouTubers penned by India’s most popular pocketbook writer Ajitabha Bose which features Youtubers like CarryMinati, Ashish Chanchlani, Ami tBhadana, Harsh Beniwal, Prajakta Koli, Mortal and many more.
The first wonder written in the genre, this book brings together various YouTubers and their journeys on paper. Delhi-based author Ajitabha Bose penned his first non-fiction book that speaks volumes about the struggle and lives of the 15 most top and trending Youtubers of India.
The book talks about the journey of reaching up to the top list of Youtube and what makes every journey different from another. In a world that aspires to be known in the most unique ways, the fifteen YouTubers of the book has already left a mark in the world. The book includes inspiring and influential journeys of Carryminati, Ashish Chanchlani, Amit Bhadana, Prajakta Koli, Kunal Chhabhria, Mortal, Shruti Arjun Anand, Technical Guruji, Harsh Beniwal, Flying Beast, Vinay Thakur, RVCJ Media, Mumbiker Nikhil, Jannat Zubair and Vipul Goyal.
This is the first venture under all streams that have brought together these famous YouTubers under one umbrella to collaborate together for the book which is also under the attempt to bring good to society. As declared by Ajitabha (author), all the royalties earned by the book will be donated to different NGOs across the country which happens to be an initiative made by the author in goodwill and faith to bring better to society. This book is supported by Rohan Trust.
The book is an attempt to bring the stories of these Youtubers to their audience with the realisation that nothing comes easy in life. With a Limca Book Record to his name for writing the shortest love story in a pocketbook, Bose has written seven books in the past and holds a need to tell a story every now and then. Hence, indulge in his storytelling and narration of the 15 YouTubers to know their journey to stardom.
The book is exclusively available on Amazon.
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Fiscal deficit to undershoot, may spur cancellation of final two G-sec auctions: ICRA

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New Delhi [India], March 5 (ANI): The yield for the 5.85 per cent government security (GS) 2030 has risen by more than 35 basis points since its introduction to 6.23 per cent intra-day as on Friday with an uptick in recent weeks led by higher-than-expected fiscal deficit, ratings agency ICRA said.
The yield has also gone up due to borrowings for FY21 and FY22, a rise in US Treasury yields and hardening crude oil prices.
“In our assessment, there could be a modest upside to government’s tax revenues while its non-interest non-subsidy revenue expenditure may trail the revised estimate for FY21.”
Thus fiscal deficit in FY21 may end up undershooting the revised estimates of Rs 18.5 lakh crore by Rs 0.5 lakh crore to Rs 0.9 lakh crore, said ICRA.
Accordingly, we project the fiscal deficit in FY21 at Rs 17.6 lakh crore to Rs 18 lakh crore or 9 to 9.2 per cent of GDP, lower than the 9.5 per cent of GDP included in FY2021 revised estimates.
Based on this, ICRA assessed a lower borrowing requirement of the government in the remainder of this fiscal year.
“However, given the substantial development in today’s auction, it remains unclear whether the government will choose to cancel the last two weekly auctions of government security (G-sec) with a planned amount of Rs 49,000 crore instead of carrying forward larger cash balances.”
If the final two G-sec auctions for March do end up being cancelled, ICRA expects the yield for the benchmark 5.85 GS 2030 may temporarily soften from the current levels to 6.1 to 6.15 per cent in the remainder of this month.
“In our view, the benchmark yield may rise during Q1 FY22 to as much as 6.35 per cent by the end of the quarter,” it said. (ANI)

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An attentive class is better than a crowded one: Nalapad Academy

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Bangalore (Karnataka) [India], March 5 (ANI/NewsVoir): Nalapad Academy, a National and International curricula school in the heart of Bangalore, is built with a vision to create a successful gen-next, well-equipped with technology and emotional intelligence along with academic expertise.
Within a span of less than three years, Nalapad Academy has been recognised for excellence in co-curricular, curricular and overall incredible growth, by Times Education and Education World.
Nalapad Academy lays immense emphasis on co-curricular activities as they believe in grooming students with a holistic approach. Along with honing the students’ personalities, Nalapad Academy also ensures that the food and nutrition aspects are taken care of – with certified food and nutrition experts on board on their team, who help in chalking out meal plans for every week, filled out with delicious variety that promise the required nutrition.
Awarded as #1 in Co-curricular Activities by Education Today, Nalapad Academy’s primary focus, as mentioned earlier, is on a holistic learning environment, backed by the philosophy of ‘learning is fun’. Students have the advantage of exposure to Archery, Skating, Squash, Chess, Robotics, Football turf, Swimming, Theatre, Music and Dance, among many other activities from very early on.
They believe in the philosophy of providing students with plenty of opportunities and training them in each of the areas, that will help them not only recognise hidden talents, but also help those surface with confidence.
With Apple-smart classrooms, Nalapad Academy’s students are equipped with a technological edge – which actually helped them sail through the pandemic time with no difficulty of transition to digital learning at all. As much as it is about technology, it is also about building resilience and prepping the students to face every single version of tomorrow.
Ranked #1 in Individual Attention Students in Bangalore by Education. Today, Nalapad Academy believes in quality education that is streamlined with focused learning. An attentive class is better than a crowded one, and so the leadership believes in maintaining the teacher child ratio to one that ensures that the two-way focus doesn’t fall prey to any sort of dissipation.
Nalapad Academy today is one of the most successful multi-curricula schools that has shown prodigious growth with consistency in their delivery. To nurturing global citizens, with a hope for a better world!
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Design Pataki by Esha Gupta launches DP Cult, an exclusive platform on design, art and architecture

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Mumbai (Maharashtra) [India], March 5 (ANI/NewsVoir): Design Pataki’s pioneering endeavour is set to revolutionize the way architects and designers source from India.
One of India’s foremost digital magazines on design, art, architecture, and lifestyle, Design Pataki goes through a complete transformation and launches #DPCULT – a cutting-edge platform that provides exclusive access to virtual showrooms of the finest design Brands in India, editorial deep dives, and a podcast that deconstructs the design world with leading industry experts.
In a saturated ‘offline’ marketplace, #DPCULT show house highlights the finest products ‘online’ to help designers, architects, and buyers from across the globe make easier and more informed decisions.
The aim of #DPCULT show house is to streamline the conversation around design brands in a country brimming with potential. From companies focused solely on ethical goods to luxury brands, fresh and upcoming businesses to veterans in the design scene, its database is tailored to suit every kind of requirement, covering the whole gamut of design and decor. #DPCULT show house is personally curated by Esha Gupta, Founder of Design Pataki.
Being at the forefront of design trends in India has given us a keen insight into the industry. Very often, we’re approached by innovative brands looking to break into the design community. On the other hand, architects and designers, especially those overseas, constantly reach out to us for our newest finds and top recommendations.
“Over time we’ve grown increasingly aware of this vast disconnect in the Indian design landscape and decided it was time to do something about it. That’s how the idea for #DPCULT show house came about,” Esha Gupta.
This is the need of the hour, as the design world is ushered into a new era marked by social distancing. Tasks like visiting different cities in search of new materials and exploring furniture expos with clients are growing increasingly difficult. With rising apprehensions over physical sourcing, vetted lists from established sources will hold more importance than ever before!
#DPCULT show house is a pathway for design brands in a timely and interesting era to be an exclusive resource, available to Design Pataki’s growing roster of Indian and International interior designers and architects.
This evolved version of the digital magazine is set to be a unique platform for intelligent storytelling – a combination of Indian and international sensibilities which aim to establish a connection between the reader and the world of design.
This story is provided by NewsVoir. ANI will not be responsible in any way for the content of this article. (ANI/NewsVoir)

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BML Munjal University to admit students through BMU-SAT entrance test

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Gurugram (Haryana) [India], March 5 (ANI/NewsVoir): BML Munjal University (BMU), a Hero Group initiative, today announced the BMU-SAT (Standard Aptitude Test), an online entrance examination to admit students to its undergraduate programmes.
The new aptitude test, starting this year, is aimed at determining an applicant’s propensity to succeed in various undergraduate programmes at BMU, and gauges school students’ readiness for university education to an undergraduate programme of preference at the university.
BMU-SAT score would help a candidate beat the competition by securing early admission in his/her preferred programme. Applicants can start applying before or along with the national-level entrance exams to gain first mover advantage. Admissions are open for B Tech, BBA, BA LLB (H), BBA LLB (H), BCom (H) and BA (H)
Admissions into any programme of preference at BMU like B Tech, BBA, BA LLB would be based on the performance in the BMU-SAT. In the interest of health and safety of candidates, the university will allow candidates to attempt BMU-SAT from their location. In addition, applicants applying for the BMU-SAT, can also take up other national level tests such as JEE and CLAT, the candidate’s programme of interest. Upon applying, the applicant will receive the BMU-SAT date and time along with relevant instructions to attempt the online test successfully.
“As we are gearing-up to open admissions for the undergraduate courses at BMU, the BMU-SAT exam is designed to gauge the scholastic capability of the students and prepare for a university education at BMU. BMU-SAT will serve as an alternative route for students to get admission into undergraduate programmes at BMU. Given how grade inflation is rising in the country, it’s time for educational institutions to switch to a new format. These competitive exams will eventually help attract teaching and research talent apart from the collaboration with the industry for placements,” said Dr Ziya Uddin, Assistant Dean – Admissions & Associate Professor with BML Munjal University, commenting on the launch.
The eligibility criteria for the application would be a 10+2 and standardised test scores as per university admissions’ criteria mentioned on the website www.bmu.edu.in for UG admissions as well. Admissions will be purely on the basis of merit and aptitude.
The core focus at the school is every individual student’s personal transformation. The University brings together outstanding academics, industry professionals, experienced researchers and the latest facilities to deliver a unique hands-on and multi-disciplinary learning experience.
Named after the late Founder Chairman of the Hero Group, BML Munjal University (BMU) is a unique not-for-profit initiative founded by the promoters of the Hero Group. BMU is mentored by Imperial College London and is engaged in creating, preserving, and imparting internationally benchmarked knowledge and skills.
The university seeks to transform higher education in India by creating a world-class innovative teaching, learning and research environment. It envisions to become a nursery for the leaders of tomorrow and a repository of knowledge.
The various undergraduate, postgraduate and postdoctoral programmes offered in the University are: PhD, MBA, BTech, BBA, BA (Hons) Economics, B. Com (Hons), BA, LLB (Hons.), BBA, LLB (Hons.)
The School of Management at BML Munjal University has been ranked 37th among all management institutions across India in the NIRF Rankings 2020.
For more information, log in to www.bmu.edu.in.
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Deserving IT employees find an ideal workplace at Techila Global Services

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New Delhi [India], March 5 (ANI/Public Media Solution): Techila Global Services announced the opening of new job positions in the company to support the employment drive in the country.
The noted Salesforce development company and Salesforce consulting partner looks forward to providing an ideal workplace for deserving professionals in the field of Information Technology.
In 2020, several businesses across the board suffered the wrath of COVID 19 as demands and manpower starting dropping overnight. While many organizations had to lay off valuable employees to cut down their costs, others had to close their doors for an indefinite period of time. Now that things are heading towards normalcy, Techila Global Services aims at providing back the lost confidence to the young and deserving employees of the country.
Chitiz Agarwal, the founder and CEO of Techila Global Services believes that this initiative will bring a new ray of hope to the employees who had started losing hope. “We are truly inspired by Salesforce, who itself announced thousands of job openings after the disastrous pandemic. We aim at providing fruitful employment to as many deserving candidates as possible. Fortunately, IT is a sector that can function well without the employees having to work in a physical environment. Taking these factors into consideration, we ensure that Techila Global Services is instrumental in driving employment in the country,” he said.
Further, the company is willing to provide world-class facilities to its employees and umpteen opportunities to grow. The company’s culture revolves around ensuring complete work satisfaction in the employees and providing an ideal work-life balance for holistic development. It provides learning and training opportunities for the employees hired for all positions, including Salesforce Administrators, Salesforce Developers, and Data Architects.
“I know the importance of a lucrative work environment and the impact it has on the personal and professional life of an employee. I would never want any of my employees to be negatively stressed about their work and pushed to meet targets that are unrealistic. Having a friendly and symbiotic work environment should not be a goal to be achieved but a basic necessity for an organization,” Chitiz Agarwal adeed.
In order to utilize the full potential of the employees, Techila Global Services focuses on the ten key areas of Human Resource management – workforce planning, on-boarding, talent strategy, learning and development, performance management, career and succession management, talent acquisition, leadership development, compensation and benefits, and company culture.
These aspects help the organization in taking care of all possible needs of the employees and providing them with wholesome support.
To know more about the company and its services, visit the official website of Techila Global Services here: https://techilaservices.com/
This story is provided by Public Media Solution. ANI will not be responsible in any way for the content of this article. (ANI/Public Media Solution)

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Crisil revises outlook on Canara Bank’s debt instruments to stable

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Bengaluru (Karnataka) [India], March 5 (ANI): Crisil has revised its outlook on long-term debt instruments of Canara Bank to stable from negative while reaffirming the ratings at AAA and AA.
The rating on certificate of deposits has been reaffirmed at A1-plus. Crisil had assigned a negative outlook to long-term debt instruments of the bank on August 29 last year following resolution of watch with developing implications.
The negative outlook was assigned to reflect potential stress the bank’s asset quality and consequently profitability could witness on account of challenging macro-environment. The revision in outlook to stable factors in better-than-expected performance during the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic.
The reported gross non-performing assets (NPAs) stood at 7.46 per cent as on December 31, 2020. Excluding the benefit of Supreme Court stay on NPA recognition, the pro-forma gross NPA was at 8.95 per cent (against reported gross NPA of 9.39 per cent as on March 31, 2020).
While it will increase from these levels, it is expected to remain lower than what Crisil had earlier envisaged.
Asset quality has also been supported by various schemes launched by the government (GoI) and Reserve Bank of India (RBI), like Emergency Credit Line Guarantee Scheme, which has benefitted the micro, small and medium enterprises.
The one-time restructuring scheme is also expected to benefit reported NPA metrics. Canara Bank has restructured 1.6 per cent of its advances as on December 31, 2020 and can additionally restructure another 1.7 per cent over next couple of quarters.
Besides, the bank reported profit after tax of Rs 1,547 crore for the nine months ended December 31, 2020, with an annualised return on assets of 0.2 per cent.
Crisil said the bank will report a profit for the full year (fiscal 2021) as well against the substantial loss of Rs 5,839 crore for fiscal 2020. The ratings continue to factor in expectation of strong support the bank is likely to receive from its majority owner (the government) and healthy market position.
While economic activity has started picking up, any sudden surge in Covid-19 cases leading to partial lockdowns could negatively impact the collections. Hence, the bank’s asset quality and its consequent impact on earnings profile will continue to be closely monitored.
Crisil withdrew its rating on Rs 1,000 crore upper tier II bonds under Basel II norms since there is no outstanding amount. (ANI)

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