CAREER


Debayan Roy (Bar  and   Bench) 18 June 2024
Amid widespread allegations of paper leak in the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) undergraduate exam 2024, the Supreme Court Tuesday said that it was expecting a timely action from the National Testing Agency (NTA).   The vacation bench of Justice Vikram Nath and Justice SVN...

Read More



Debayan Roy (Bar  and   Bench) 14 June 2024
The Central government told the Supreme Court (SC) on Thursday that candidates who got less than the allotted time to write the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) undergraduate exam 2024 for medical college admissions will have the option to re-take the exam or forgo grace marks...

Read More



Debayan Roy (Bar  and   Bench) 11 June 2024
The Supreme Court on Tuesday refused to stay the counselling for admissions of students to the medical colleges over alleged paper leak and irregularities in the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) undergraduate (UG) examination 2024.    A vacation bench of justice Vikram Nath and...

Read More



Moneylife Digital Team 10 June 2024
A lawyer representing 10 candidates who appeared for the national eligibility cum entrance test (NEET) 2024 has written to the Supreme Court registry seeking an urgent listing of their writ petition for an investigation into the question paper leak, results of the examination. The plea also...

Read More



Moneylife Digital Team 10 June 2024
Following widespread protests by students and a demand for investigation monitored by the Supreme Court, the Union ministry of education has announced the setting up of a panel to reassess the results of 1,563 students who received grace marks in this year's national eligibility cum entrance...

Read More



Moneylife Digital Team 07 June 2024
Calling the paper leak issues and the results of this year's national eligibility cum entrance test (NEET) announced by the National Testing Agency (NTA) as a ‘betrayal of the hard work and dreams of millions of students’, the National Students' Union of India (NSUI) demanded an investigation...

Read More



Moneylife Digital Team 06 June 2024
The results of this year's national eligibility-cum-entrance test (NEET) announced by the National Testing Agency (NAT) are full of surprises, including the total number of students who have scored perfect 720 marks, compared with less than five students hitting the mark over the years. Not...

Read More



I was recently asked if I could write an article on, ‘Do you want to be an entrepreneur?’ which could be a summary of my book written many years ago, titled Entrepreneur – You Can Move Mountains.    There are those who choose a steady employee career and will be happy doing this throughout...

Read More



Beyond the many benefits that the corporate umbrella gives us, and which were outlined in a previous article , there are even more that one can list out, like:   Group Insurance  It is a form of group insurance. The individual may perform poorly for some time, but the company goes on. The...

Read More



(This is second part of Lessons from the Past 100: Values and the Manager - Timeless Principles)   #5 A Life without Problems Is Impossible    Most of us are looking for an ideal life, where we will encounter total happiness and contentment without any clouds of sorrow. But this never...

Read More



Shreehari Paliath (IndiaSpend) 24 April 2024
The COVID-19 pandemic has had the most impact on jobs and livelihoods in the last five years. Mahatma Gandhi Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme (MGNREGS), the rural jobs programme which guarantees 100 days of work per household, had become a lifeline for millions of rural workers. A majority of...

Read More



The Delhi High Court has dismissed a petition to postpone the chartered accountants (CA) intermediate and final examinations due to the Lok Sabha polls in May.   The petition, moved by 27 candidates, proposed shifting the examination dates from May to June to avoid clashes with the election...

Read More



In the corporate world, there are times when you have senior managers who develop into 'Tigers' over a period of time. Brusque, sharp and cruel when they can—these are noticeable and formidable stripes and roars. But there are times when they lack the courage to face a situation, when they...

Read More



Moneylife Digital Team 02 April 2024
The new financial year in India updates rules for your savings plans, taxes and other investment matters. In this manner, from 1 April 2024, the employees’ provident fund organisation (EPFO) has introduced significant changes that should help individuals when requesting provident fund (PF)...

Read More



It was Yogesh Sapkale of Moneylife who reminded me that I had finished 100 articles in this series and, at this point, I may want to say something special (or different?). Hence, this article, at a point of 60 years of my working life, where I feel the great need to go back to timeless...

Read More



Many decades ago, I was greatly impressed by Aesop’s Management Fables. I picked out the files recently and I enjoyed them as much as I did at that time. It may seem flippant—but especially in management, the learning is more important than the way you learn. That is why there are lectures,...

Read More



People working in the corporate world repeatedly talk about how much better it is to be 'on one’s own'—where they can do what they like and be totally independent; where they can freely implement their innovative ideas and need not kowtow to the boss; where they are not constrained by the...

Read More



There was a lot of media coverage on 30 November 2023, on the death of Charles Munger, the alter ego and foil of Warren Buffett for over 60 years, as they together built Berkshire Hathaway into an empire. Though many of us always heard about Mr Buffett, the name of Mr Munger hardly featured...

Read More



In standard books on the theory of selling, there would be three seemingly innocuous directions, lost in the vast verbiage of a standard text, under the chapter on closing the sale. These are a) never be insulted by a refusal; b) never write off a customer; and c) never give up. It seems so...

Read More



“When I grow up, I won’t have children,” said my six-year-old granddaughter. “They are too much work.”   Yes, parenting is a lot more work today than it was 30 years ago. And more expensive, too, in more ways than one. First, of course, the cost.   As far back as 2018, a...

Read More

Free Helpline
Legal Credit
Feedback