Its not forever.. I’m returning after a long hiatus!

Its a long hiatus indeed. Almost two long weeks it’s been since I had written something worthwhile on my blog. Infact, I was busy settling in an entirely new place as part of my new job.

As I had hinted in my last blog on steemit I was actually heading on my way to Bihar then which is located in the northern part of my country. this is for the first time that I’m travelling to that part of India and hence everything I confronted seemed pretty new to me.

As a jobless person since last one year for sure I can write a lot about the life of an unemployed soul. Luckily enough and partially because of my consistent perseverance I managed to get this job in Bihar which offers a decent remuneration for my work alongside setting the stage for learning new things. Anyway, I’m not venturing into making this blog fulll of some simple english letters. Let me share with you guys some photos which I think could  expalin the actual scenaries one can have access to while having long travels in Indian trains.

I started my journey from my hometown, Kerala. I happened to travel in our own state transport corporation’s Bus wwhich was quite very old. I took its photos nwhen we were outside for having a tea.. Climate was too chilling and there was heavy rain lashing oiut throughout the journey.

A side view of KSRTC..

It was Patna express running between Ernakulam and Patna happened to be my Train. After a long gap of almost two years I again saw a live moving train. This is not a joke I’m trying to convey as the place I belongs to has no train there since it is a hilly area.

I knew it well that after crossing the boarder of southern part of my country, especially the state I live in Kerala, It would be more of a herculian task to get to eat some Beef. In North India, opting for eating the meat of Cow and Buffalo is a thing heavily  frowned upon. So my wise brain asked me to eat the beef one last time while I’m home. I ate the beef for one last time before stepping into the train. I remember, It was a beef Biriyani. It will remain in my mind lush green until the next time I visit my home town! Maybe a few more months..

There were many things to be seen during the journey. One can enjoy the actual beauty of Indian villages during the travel by a train. A many of those sceneries were entirely new to me. I managed to capture quite a few. Here are those..


Apart from these outside views we get through windows the more interesting fact i found was the presence of people who commuted along with me. We had struggle in the communication part as none of them could understand neither Malayalam nor Tamil which I believe are my mother tongues. However, we managed to interchange words with the help of the broken english that we possess.

The place I was to alight was a station named Jasidih which is in Jharkhand. I had to sit in train for three full days and to pass through the states Kerala, Tamilnadu, andhrapradesh, Telangana, Odisha, West Bengal, Jharkhand and Bihar before reaching the destination.

For the first time I saw the soil of  my opposite part of india through my naked eyes. The bus stand was not good at all. Maybe because of the procession going on as part of some religious deities..

Anyway, Now I’m in Bihar.. Will be blogging more about this place, place and many other things in the days to come!

Thank you for reading…


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Consistency is the key to be successful. But…

Consistency is the key to be successful. But…

No doubt in it. Consistency is the sole key to become success. But what happens in most of the time is we are lagging behind when it comnes to consistancy. I’m one such inconsistent person who become like that owing to innumerable reasons.

Personally I dont believe in horoscope. But one individual residing near to my place who is a believer and practitioner of this superstition told me that according to my date of birth, it is impossible for me to be consistent in any work I make a commit on. It would be a fact if I’m to believe the results of the endeavours that I ventured into so far! Hardly ever some of them succeeded

Everything was perfect until I got into the first year class room of my college. My dilemma started right from there. I lost interest in studies which I had when I was a school student. I lost somewhere in my own world and had to struggle even to get through the subjects of engineering. I didn’t work as I should have. No sign of consistency at all! Engineering didn’t interest me. I was thinking of other alternative ways to elope the course. I didn’t emerge victorious even there!

After those boring 4 years I ventured into the endeavour of getting into a job. I roamed across the streets of various metropolitan cities of my country. I couldn’t get a job which would give me a sense of satisfaction. I tried my fortune in so many jobs but I had to resign from all of them owing to my inconsistency. Infact it is not that I can never work consistently, but the job profiles I always get are in no way related to what is there in my mind for long!

And in the beginning of this year, ie 2018, I got into the crypto world by means of entering into the  blogging aka social media platform steemit. Here I cant exactly say I’m an inconsistent soul as I haven’t left this platform yet in the way many come here do! Yet, I feel like I’m inconsistent. I leave from this platform for weeks at times and make a return only at the time I wish!

In a platform like steemit where even every minute and second handles count, taking lengthy hiatus is not something an indomitable person should indulge with. I feel like I’m far from making it to perfection on steemit.

My tale with blogging is also of having no difference. I always wanted to build my social media and blogging presence. But I’m not even able to concentrate at something. I have a lot of works to do. Seems like I’m doing a lot of trivial things only to waste the golden years of my life, the early twenties!

I think the God which I don’t believe in would come to my rescue. Oh God, Where the hell are you!?

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The circumstance you are in has a lot to do with the person you are

The circumstance you are in has a lot to do with the person you are

Nowadays I feel like I’m not as productive as I once used to be. Even when I re-read the articles I write in various blogging sites after publishing them, I feel no satisfaction with my creative side. Today I sat on the chair and analyzed as to what happened to me. Why am I not improving myself with increasing number of publications ? Every angle of investigations have converged at one single point- The circumstance which I’m  living in! The scape goat!

I’m in home since last few months and doing agricultural jobs here. As some of my followers already know, the place where I live in is a small and remote village. The people I talk to on a daily basis are mostly illiterates and don’t understand the basics of Internet. They don’t even know the language English either. On living in such a narrowed circumstance, the things I find on internet doesn’t interest me much. Be it some great scientific article I happen to come across, or something important about steem blockchain or cryptocurrency. I don’t find them to be as interesting as they once seemed to me. Instead, anything related to my real life intereststs me a lot!

Few months back I used to live in some big cities in my country as part of the job I had then. During the period of those 2 years, I had learned a wide range of things. Getting new friends from across the country was a big benefit and boon to me. I could understand the broadness of the world in its entirety( I’m a skeptic here of my own words!). Each and everything appeared on newspapers seemed to have some relation with my real life, which inturns further boosted my zest to continuously learn new things. I was able to sense the feeling of thriving myself as a better person in those days. It was the circumstance existed around me that helped me in this process. Learning something new everyday seemed a joyful habit.

But now, I feel like I’m in a stagnated situation. I have nothing new to learn. I’m repeating the same things over and over again. The circumstence I’m in doesn’t encourage me to be creative. Despite working hard, I always end up getting too bored!

If you are a person having big dreams and living in not so suitable circumstances, you are prone to be affected by the similar conditions that I now go through!

Your surroundings do really matter when it comes to shaping the person you!

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Is it good to use ‘Floccinaucinihilipilification’ in your blogs?

Is it good to use ‘Floccinaucinihilipilification’ in your blogs?

Floccinaucinihilipilification is one of the longest words in the English language. This word was coined to represent the estimation of something as valueless. Ironically, this word itself is valueless as it is not being used by the people regularly. In fact, many don’t even know the existence of such a word. I will introduce a few more such long words-

  • Pneumonoultramicroscopicsilicovolcanoconiosis– a lung disease caused by the inhalation of silica or quartz dust.
  • Pseudopseudohypoparathyroidism– A technical term which represents a mild form of inherited pseudohypoparathyroidism
  • supercalifragilisticexpialidocious– A word used when you got nothing to say!

Now that you got a fair idea about these words. Now the question is how suitable it is to use kind of these words in your blogs? Do you thing it necessary to infiltrate tough words into your contents? I will explain.

All who read this very article are bloggers in one way or another as most of us have blogs on steemit or WordPress. You for sure know the importance of the Audience and the engagement. Will it happen if you write anything in the way you want? I have come across a lot of blog posts which failed to attract me in engaging with it. I got bored and ended up discontinuing reading such articles. The main reason being the usage of words!

Those authors who wrote those articles might have been native English speakers. But I think they had failed to understand the global nature of the internet. Those who read your articles are not just from the country you belong to, but they can be from many other countries where English is a second or third language. How can you expect them to be reading your tough to understand level of articles?

Some authors keep on creating articles which can never be understood even by the creator itself without the help of an Oxford dictionary. Then think about the common man who reads it. He/ she will surely give up continuing it. Not just about the language, even the subject we choose will have a good impact on the readability.

If you are writing articles to show off your vocabularies and the knowledge that you have on the English language, you sure are prone to be affected by the less viewership syndrome. If you use a simple language and write on a topic which can even be understood by a 5-year-old child, then the sky is the limit.

What and how one should write?

You can write anything you want. But make sure that it is understandable to the audience. If you aim at a bigger audience, you must write in a simple language. But if you are a scientist or some intellectual guy, you might not like the idea of publicity. In that case, you only need to convince a small number of audience who are of the same intellectual as of you. You can use as much tough words as you wish.

In either cases, you will be much appreciated if you use a very simple language.

Hope you will. I surely will.


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Is MLM (Multi level Marketing) Legit?

Is MLM (Multi level Marketing) Legit?

last week I was approached by a few people to join them in a job named Multi-Level Marketing for the famous company they were representing for. Without giving time to a second thought I said a big ‘NO’. But they were not the ones who would leave me alone. They talked for next 3 hours and in the end, made me say a big ‘OK’. I had no other options with me to end the conversation.

My refusal was because I had heard about such get-rich-quick schemes before as well. In my village, there are hundreds of people who got cheated by such ponzy schemes not too long ago. Anything which has a monetary gain associated with it is more than enough to attract the flocks into it. People working in this realm were taking advantage of the illiterate majority living in my place. Native people lacked the actual understanding of this concept and ended up losing their money and time.

These horrible stories had curbed my brain from learning more about multi level markrting. I always thought that MLM is a fraud  thing and is a good way to loot others hard earned money! It was only on yesterday that I gave some attention to study the actuality these things. I went through innumerous contents on internet. I read a lot of quora ansewers, watched  lot of youtube videos and consulted successful people associated to this field. My conclusion is that Multi level Marketing is not a poncy scheme as I thought before. Infact, it is a proven business model that still is in use in many countries including developed ones.


Multi Level marketing is entirely different from most of the marketing startegies that we know. In this type of marketing, large part of profit is distributed among customers. Cost needed to advertise the product and middlemen are cut here. Consumers are the distributors and they get a reasonable earnings for proliferating the products of the company they are working for.

There were no good regulations existed in india on this type of marketing. Initially, governments had even discouraged Multi Level Marketing saying these are fakes. But recently government layed a red carpet and recognised those who work in this field as workers. I’m still in the learning curve though I know MLM is a genuine thing. Anyway, MLM is alegit thing in India and in many countries.

Will be sharing more about this on my upcomig blogs.

What are your opinions?

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In the land of superstitions how does a Rationalist survives?

In the land of superstitions how does a Rationalist survives?

I would like to introduce myself as an Atheist, which is a by-product of my way of living- Rationalism. The fact that I don’t believe in God is not unknown to many who have got acquainted with me over the years. When I first expressed my disbelief in god with my family members, they vehemently got into argument saying eventually I will be isolated from the society if I go ahead with such a bad decision. And more than that all their fears were about me embarking on my journey to the hell after my death! HAHA.I broke into an unstoppable laughter. Dude, I don’t believe in the life after death in the first place!

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A couple of days back, I and @bala41288 got into an argument on the applicability of traditional values in this new world(I hope he reads this!). I argued that most of what have been written in the ancient scriptures are bullshits. Whether it is Mahabharatha or Ramayana, almost the entire stories written over there are irrational. The case is similar when it comes to the stories of Bible as well as the Quran. Referring those old scripts in search of solutions for the new day problems is nothing but utter foolishness.

Here in India, the land known for its unscrupulous mythology, living with the badge of an atheist is a toughest task one can undergo. I am well aware of the fact that there are tens and tens of other countries, that are way more conservative than what I could ever think of, in which no options are left with their citizens other than to abide by the national religious laws. In that sense, We indians are fortunate enough that here we have no legal block stones exist against practising and preaching the religion that we are believing in. In fact, Freedom of religion in India is a fundamental right guaranteed by Article 25-28 of the Constitution. Article 25 of the Indian Constitution says.

25. Freedom of conscience and free profession, practice and propagation of religion

(1) Subject to public order, morality and health and to the other provisions of this Part, all persons are equally entitled to freedom of conscience and the right freely to profess, practise and propagate religion

(2) Nothing in this article shall affect the operation of any existing law or prevent the State from making any law

(a) regulating or restricting any economic, financial, political or other secular activity which may be associated with religious practice;
(b) providing for social welfare and reform or the throwing open of Hindu religious institutions of a public character to all classes and sections of Hindus Explanation I The wearing and carrying of kirpans shall be deemed to be included in the profession of the Sikh religion Explanation II In sub clause (b) of clause reference to Hindus shall be construed as including a reference to persons professing the Sikh, Jaina or Buddhist religion, and the reference to Hindu religious institutions shall be construed accordingly
Even though the freedom of practising any doctrine that we are interested in has been guaranteed by the constitution, it still remains a theoretical concept as the religion is a deep-rooted plague in the hearts of billions. In reality, there are not many who brave to deviate from the traditional path they are following since a sense of fear is attached deep inside their brains. Luckily, I have overcome that stage long before and nowadays, any talk related to religion seems to me to be a waste of time. Including this post, Because there is no GOD!
I call my country the land of superstitions as I’m a part of its dust and wind for more than two decades now. I have seen that all; From denying the right of women in the name of culture to curbing the financial growth of a businessman in the name of religion and astrology. I have a myriads of points to show to back my claims. If I do, this post might never end!

My experience as an Atheist..

The word Atheism does narrows the idea that I actually represent. Infact, I always prefer to identify myself as a rationalist.

It is not an easy thing to rival the society collectively since it attracts tons of enemies. The news that read about the assassination of a number of athiests was doing its rounds not too long ago. We as a minority get isolated.

There are many things to share. I will make it another post…

(Stay tune. Will be continued….)

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Life of an Elder…

Life of an Elder…

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You and I are bound to get older one day. Wrinkles will start to appear, Physical strength will dwindle, We will tend to forget every little things of our day to day life! We are bound to become an onus to those who may look after us in those days!

I wonder how the time flies like anything, I remember the days when I was just a 4 year old as if it was yesterday. Days, weeks, months, Years, decades… everything move rapidly in the wink of an eye . We are bound to get older!

I was fortunate enough to see my grandma’s mother( ie, The mother of my mother’s mother). She was alive until I was 21. She could have witnessed another generation had I married at 19 or 20 and produced a child. But in India it is illegal to marry in that age if we are boys.

I was unlucky because I couldn’t see my grandfathers as either of them had died much before I was born. All that I can remember is about my only grandmother( who is my mother’s mother; I haven’t seen my father’s mother) who is still living with us. I always used to be with my grandmother during my childhood days as i liked her storytelling very much.

Even in these days she is continuing to be a good friend of mine. I share everything including steemit with her. In fact I had posted about her twice before. She is supportive of me in everything that I do!

Struggles of senior Citizens

The other day I watched a Tamil movie in which the condition of elderly persons was portrayed extra-ordinarily. Many who are widowed in their old age have to undergo a lot of  struggles when they are left with mere memories of their spouses. Some find it hard to live on this earth at first but eventually cope with the changing circumstances.

And some others choose to live alone or seek asylum in old age home. Their super busy children find it difficult to look after their parents. Life is like that!

Some crave for death, some go after euthanasia. Some commit suicide! And some live happily!

I hope my later days would be…

Put it simply, I wish my life as a grandfather to be a blissful experience. I don’t want to lament over the actions of my off springs. For that I have to do a lot throughout my life!

Even stronger, I want to set a good example to my children and grandchildren the same way my grandmother did to us!

In the end, I want to be known as a good human who has done whatever he could for the well-being of humanity and the life around him.

So have you started to Imagine the life that awaits you after 40 year by now? Where do you see yourself then?

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Believe me, Personal Development stuffs are fraudulent

Believe me, Personal Development stuffs are fraudulent

Is there anyone who reads this post who has never attended a personal development class yet? If you are such an exceptional person who hasn’t yet, then I salute you!

Nowadays, personal development is becoming a thriving Industry. People are stressed, depressed and searching for a way out. The so-called great motivational speakers and writers find a good niche and develop themselves instead.

There is no dearth of reasons for why people fall prey to depression. everyone has their own reasons for that. The newborn baby is depressed about not getting adequate milk at right time. School going toddlers have their own stories about their ongoing studies as reasons for their depression. Youngsters are worried about unemployability. Parents are worried about their children and their future.

In a nutshell, if you think you are in a critical situation and depressed, you are wrong. Everybody including the one you are going to share your emotions with is also depressed.


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Motivational speakers, as their name suggests,  are here to motivate you. Their words can bring in a sense of relief when you are in a trouble. It works in the same way that even the vicinity of someone carrying so much positivity with them can alleviate the intensity of the struggles you are going through. But whether the person you are confiding in really has some positivity is a debatable topic!

Thus, sensing the huge opportunities lying in this area, people started to throng in which resulted in ever-increasing frauds and fakes in the realm of personal development. Most of those who advocate self-growth are demotivated and uninformed. They are depressed themselves.

It was estimated that the personal development industry worth $9.9 Billion in 2016 in US alone. By 2022, the market’s value is expected to increase to a whopping $13.2 Billion. You can easily spot the niche here!

I would say don’t spend much money in the name of self-growth. If you are determined, no one can prevent you from achieving your goals. That’s why motivating yourself is suggested over anything else.

Over the years I have read too many articles, books and watched too many videos that intend to teach us how to grow ourselves as individuals. But nothing seemed helped me. If I aim at my growth, it is my own responsibility to take care of me; ie The key is with me. In the case of you, the key is with you!

Wishing everyone a blissful life.

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The First Law of Thermodynamics and The Conservation of Energy

The First Law of Thermodynamics and The Conservation of Energy

The title sounds familiar?

I have no doubt that you all must have learned this topic while you were too young. But how many of you can exactly explain if you were asked it now? Here I’m making an attempt to polish your knowledge along with teaching many who don’t understand the basics.

To begin with, I would like to quote that familiar law,The law of conservation of Energy-

Energy can neither be created nor be destroyed; rather it can only be transformed from one form to another.

It is as simple as it sounds.We cannot create energy, but all that we can do is, we can transfer the form of energy from one to another.Many beginners may naturally question this as for them it may seem conflicting with what they are seeing in the real world.One can argue with me with the backing of many examples. Let me explain the simple example of producing electricity from hydropower plants.
What happens here is, the hydropower plant captures the energy of falling water to generate electricity.

Let’s consider a system of confined water like this

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This is confined, the water cannot move to anywhere.The quantity of water is very huge! It has unimaginable potential energy that we cannot see unless we provide it with a way to flow freely.We can calculate the PE(Potential Energy) it holds by simply applying values in this formula.



m=mass in Kg,g=acceleration due to gravity(9.80665 m/s2) & h=height of the water from the bottom level

You can see The interesting maths related to this here

Now the water flows out of this dam like this

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Now what happens is that the Potential energy the water had when it was in the confined state gets converted into Kinetic Energy.As the name suggests it is the form of energy that is resultant of the motion of water.We have the formula to find the kinetic energy.


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The turbine in the power plant starts rotating due to this water flow


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The Kinetic Energy of water gets converted into Mechanical Energy by means of the rotation of this turbine.The turbines are connected with generators where the mechanical energy get converted into electric energy.

I think you have recalled what you have studied a long ago by now.Let me summarise the convertions

Potential Energy—->Kinetic Energy—->Mechanical Energy—–>Electrical Energy

You can see, only forms are changed but the energy remains constant.It is said that the total Energy of this entire universe is a big ZERO!!
Let me now come to the topic that I wish to focus on- First Law of Thermodynamics

To understand the laws of thermodynamics, first, you need to know the meaning of ‘System’ and ‘Surroundings’

A thermodynamic system is a quantity of matter of fixed identity, around which we can draw a boundary. The boundaries may be fixed or moveable. Work or heat can be transferred across the system boundary. Everything outside the boundary is the surroundings.


So a thermodynamic system can be anything that we pick to observe.It can be the glass containing water, A flask of warm water, The earth, The universe…etc anything. Everything lies outside this system is referred to as surrounding.Now, It is also necessary to know the definition of the Thermodynamics.

Thermodynamics is the branch of physical science that deals with the relation between heat and other forms of energy (Such as Mechanical, Electrical or Chemical Energy) and, by extension, of the relationships between all forms of energy.


The first law of thermodynamics is an application of ‘law of conservation of energy’ that we have discussed before.Here is it’s definition-

The First Law says that the internal energy of a system has to be equal to the work that is being done on the system, plus or minus the heat that flows in or out of the system and any other work that is done on the system


This diagram was drawn by me. The circle in it represents a ‘system’ and everything out of it’s drawn boundary is ‘surroundings’. We are talking here only about Closed System wherein matter cannot jump out of it.Only energy transfer takes place.

Internal energy denotes all forms energy available in a system.ie, It is the summation of possible energies that can co-exist in a system like Potential&Kinetic energies, Heat energy, Mechanical energy..etc..Certain forms of energies are absent as we consider the pure closed system.

The work done on the system has a key role to play here as it’s application increases the total internal energy.As the thermodynamics deals with the heat transfer, the heat escaped from the system has a detrimental effect on the same.

All that I can summerize is again this ‘*Energy can neither be created nor be destroyed.“‘

But a few factors seem to be contradicting this belief.for example, we can convert matter into energy provided enough antimatter is available.Fission,Fusion..etc being some examples.Let us talk about them later.

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The Only successful Interview

The Only successful Interview

“Tell me something about yourself”

“Sir, I’m a graduate in engineering.My parents are daily wage labourers working in agriculture land of others.I have the privilege of being very first graduate of our family”

“Nice to hear that young man. Your CV shows that it’s been two years since you graduated.What were you doing for all these days?”

“Well, I was working in a manufacturing company as a machine operator”

“Experienced guy!.You are a mechanical engineer, right? Then why did you apply for this job?”

“It’s extremely hard to get a good job In the field of my specialisation sir. The work I had been doing for last two years was actually a manual labour.Most of the people worked with me had never been to college in their entire life.The funniest part out of all was that to give that job they had conducted a Writing test and face to face interview.Salary was too low that it didn’t even fetch me enough to satisfy my stomach!”

“Oh my goodness!But you shouldn’t have given up.It is the experience that makes a man perfect dear.If you had worked for couple more years you would have become a great player!”

“That’s utter non-sense sir.I wasted my two years repeating the same tasks again and again..There is nothing new to learn.One man whom I got acquainted with, works there like anything for last 25 years and still, he possesses that same tag of the last-level labourer and gets the same low salary!”

“Sad to hear that! Why did you not try to get a job in government sector?”

“I should have, but I didn’t try. I didn’t know what to do next when I was in college.Internet was costly.My teachers and friends were all coming from the nearby villages.Their perceptions and knowledge were too narrow to share anything effective..The system was obsolete.There was no chance to know anything beyond our rotted books and nearest villages!”

“So you came to know about the actual engineering only after coming out of your college.Isn’t it?”

“Yes, sir. I hadn’t heard about IITs, My ability to handle English was limited and I was living in a delusion that it would be easier to get a job right after completing my studies!”

“I feel pity for you.Why do you think it is best to work in a BPO company such as our’s?”

“I can do the work sitting in front of a computer.I don’t need to sweat in heat anymore because the entire office has been air-conditioned.Although the pay package is almost similar to what I was getting till now, I laud this job as it gives me a chance to dress well”

“Haha, lol.When can I expect you joining our ‘Call Centre’?”

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In India, The number of unemployed engineering graduates rapidly increases year by year.Poor families spend a lot of money in educating their children only to see them unemployed later.There are a lot of success stories of poor children conquering high positions doing the rounds…But that number is not enough! BPOs are flourishing under the advent of unending fresh engineering graduates.

NB: This article is from my own experience!

You are free to comment your takes on unemployment here under this post.So, What do you think?

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