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  • 17 Jan, 23:26
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    SRI GOPI (911B) PK NOT DISMISSED FROM THE BBMP SERVICE DESPITE UNAUTHORISED ABSENCE AND SEVERAL NOTICES ISSUED UNDER CCA RULES more...
  • 15 Jan, 21:29
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    THE BDA TREAT THE FREEDOM FIGHTERS AS BEGGARS WHO QUEUE UP FOR CRUMBS DOLED OUT BY THE STATE more...
  • 14 Jan, 17:44
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    REGULARISATION AND RE-ALLOTMENT WAS NOTHING BUT RECONVEYANCE OF THE SITE BDA RESOLUTION THE 21ST JUNE, 1980 IN SUBJECT NO. 629 COVERS ALL LAYOUTS more...
  • 13 Jan, 18:26
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    IN WAVE OF STARTUPS THE ONES THAT GREW BIG ARE NURTURING OTHER STARTUPS BY THEIR CONTRACTING SUB-CONTRACTING AND INVESTMENT ACTIVITIES more...
  • 12 Jan, 23:31
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    BDA DISCRIMINATED BETWEEN UPPER CAST AND SC WOMAN BY NOT RECALLING SITE CANCELLATION ORDER UNDER WA 3364/2010 HKHC “OFFENCE UNDER POA ACT” more...
  • 11 Jan, 23:26
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    WEB FREELANCE ENTREPRENEURS ABOUT 23% EARN UPTO 45 LAKHS BY HARD WORK AND HARD WORK WORKS “OFFICE AND HOME” SAME FOR THEM THEN WHY NOT YOU? more...
  • 10 Jan, 14:05
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    BUSINESS BEYOND BOOKS BRIDGE THE GAP BETWEEN INDUSTRY&ACADEMIA TURNOVER LIMITS EARNEST MONEY DEPOSITS IMPEDE OPPORTUNITIES FOR STARTUPS more...
  • 9 Jan, 20:02
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    COMPUTERS AI AND DATA TECH BECOME MORE AND MORE POWERFUL BUT THEY WON’T BE “SUBSTITUTES” FOR HUMANS “THEY’LL BE “COMPLEMENTS” more...
  • 9 Jan, 20:02
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    COMPUTERS AI AND DATA TECH BECOME MORE AND MORE POWERFUL BUT THEY WON’T BE “SUBSTITUTES” FOR HUMANS “THEY’LL BE “COMPLEMENTS” more...
  • 8 Jan, 18:52
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    BBMP HAS EXEMPTED TAX FOR STUDENT HOSTEL RUN BY “KARNATAKA RAJYA VISHWA KARMA SAMAJA” AS PER KMC ACT 1976 more...

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M.S.Yatnatti Editor Property Politics
SRI GOPI (911B) PK NOT DISMISSED FROM THE BBMP SERVICE DESPITE UNAUTHORISED ABSENCE AND SEVERAL NOTICES ISSUED UNDER CCA RULES
by Admin User - Thursday, 17 January 2019, 11:26 PM
 

By : M.S.Yatnatti: Editor and Video Journalist Bangalore : In BBMP anything can happen. Instead of taking actions officers are wasting their time in calling me for an appeal hearing on RTI appeal .Executive engineer Mahalaxmipuram has called for hearing on 20-01-2017 It is reported that many people remain absent but BBMP officers are not taking any action on them and salaries are paid despite they are notified. One such case is reported as eye opener. I have filed several RTIs and no action is initiated to take action on unauthorized absence despite several notices were issued..But such PK is given and allotted a house despite he is an absentee..Under RTI I had asked to provide me information and his service book extracts with date of appointment and reasons for the delay in taking action as per KCSR and rules against Sri Gopi (911B) for his unauthorized absence and despite several notices were issued and few copies are provided with this application and reasons for releasing his salary July or September 2016 despite his absence. If you failed to take action against Sri Gopi (911B ) we shall initiate lokayukta complaint against all officers supporting illegal absence of Sri Gopi (911B ).The BBMP officers had replied me that and confirmed that he indeed is an unauthorized absentee according to RTI reply given to me on 30-10-2015 .I had filed one more RTI Application too provide me information and reasons for the delay in to cancel the allotment made in the name of Sri Gopi Sheshadripuram house Number 11 old swar lane PK Colony sheshadripuram serial number 7 as per your per order dated 08-09-2016 as he is in unauthorized absence for several years and proofs were got and given under RTI and till today no action was taken on my application..This house was already allotted to Smt Venkatamma vide order dated B 10 IR(N&W) 27 78-79 Dtaed 25-08-1978 and since then she is staying there with her family and she is in possession and all such poura Karmikas were given possession certificates and sale deeds registered in their names and few are pending as per Government order UDD99MNG2000 in respect of Sale of BMP quarters to its occupants.BBMP is the “public authority “is under obligation to provide information “PUBLICLY” under section 4(1) (a) (b) (c) (d) RTI Act 2005 . According to Circular No. DPAR 30 SSR 79, dated 17th April 1979 in respect of Un-authorized absence of Government servants, Instructions regarding Quick Disposal of enquiry cases the following instruction was issued by DPAR. It was come to the notice of Government that in several cases in which Government servants have remained absent unauthorisedly, either no action has been taken against them or in some cases where action has been initiated, it is done after a lapse of considerable time. Unless timely, steps are taken in such cases effective disciplinary action cannot be taken against the erring officials and the posts held by these absentees remain vacant causing considerable dislocation of work as it would not be possible to post substitutes in their places. A Government servant does not cease to be a member of the services to which he is appointed or sever connections with the post held by him by reason of his un-authorised absence unless action is taken aganist him by the appointing authority / competent disciplinary authority under KCS (Classification, Control and Appeal) Rules 1957 and he is removed or dismissed from service after conducting an inquiry in accordance with rules 11 and 11A of these rules. Normally it should not take much time to hold an inquiry and finalise action in accoradance with rule 11 and rule 11A of the KCS (Classification, Control and Appeal) Rules. If the Government servant refused to receive notices / orders of the competent authority, the procedure laid down under rule 28-A of the KCS (Classification, Control and Appeal) Rules could be followed conveniently and if necessary, and ex-parte inquiry held aganist him and final orders passed removing or dismissing him from service if the charge of un-authorised absence is established. The Secretaries to Government and Heads of Departments are requested to take necessary action in the matter and bring these instructions to the pointed notice of appointing authorities / disciplinary authorities under their control, and see that delays in instituting / finalising inquiries in such cases are avoided. Any delay in taking action in such cases would be viewed seriously and the concerned officer who has failed to take action or delayed taking action will be held personally responsible and disciplinary action would have to be initiated against him for the lapse.

M.S.Yatnatti Editor Property Politics
THE BDA TREAT THE FREEDOM FIGHTERS AS BEGGARS WHO QUEUE UP FOR CRUMBS DOLED OUT BY THE STATE
by Admin User - Tuesday, 15 January 2019, 09:29 PM
 

By : M.S.Yatnatti Editor and Video Journalist Bengaluru : “The object of the freedom fighters’ BDA site is not to reward or compensate the sacrifices made in the freedom struggle. The object is to honour and mitigate the sufferings of those who had given their all for the country in the hour of its need,”. Freedom Fighters BDA sites allotments - Both the state Government and the the BDA treat the freedom fighters as beggars who queue up for crumbs doled out by the State. That is because they do not have any patriotism and self respect in themselves. This kind of attitude of the BDA officers dealing with such applications is highly condemnable. A 90 year old freedom fighter Sri B.M . Aeko Ramswamy who stays with his son at Bangalore for last 15 years has visited more than 50 times to the BDA commissioner with request to allot a site under “E “ category . The BDA commissioner does not value the value of freedom fighters . The BDA commissioner should understand the value of freedom of India and immediately allot the sites to eligible freedom fighters as it was allotted in the past without further delay. I request Chief Minister to call the BDA commissioner to his office with file and issue orders with immediate effect to allot sites to last batch of applicants as per law .THE “BDA is not allotting “E” category sites to eligible freedom fighters. BDA does allotment in other ABCDF categories swiftly but not to “E” category sites .In 2007 Twenty-eight freedom fighters, all in their 80s and 90s, were allotted “E “ category sites by then Governor Rameshwar Thakur, a freedom fighter himself, presented site allotment letters of the Bangalore Development Authority to them at a function organized in 2007 . Each of the freedom fighters was allotted a site measuring 30x40 ft in BTM Layout 6th Stage. This was the second time that the BDA was allotting sites to freedom fighters. Nineteen sites were allotted at Happy Valley Layout in Banashankari 5th stage by the Chief Minister H.D. Kumaraswamy and presently he is second time CM of Karnataka. Another one last batch of applicants of freedom fighters are pending since 2007 and 2008 who have applied under freedom fighter quota .But BDA is not respecting freedom fighters and just postponing the allotment.

When BDA has power to allot sites in A B C D E F Categories and even today it is allotting then why Government has no power to allot “G “ category is when it has power to do so under same circular under which BDA has power.BDA failed to defend the government before Karnataka court. , But this controversy was created by BDA officers with and Government advocates with political and vested interests in respect of G category and with intention of troubling the state Government of which it is subordinate . Government can allot sites under “G” category sites as per updated rules dated 26 -08-1997 not the out dated circular dated 06-08-1997.

M.S.Yatnatti Editor Property Politics
REGULARISATION AND RE-ALLOTMENT WAS NOTHING BUT RECONVEYANCE OF THE SITE BDA RESOLUTION THE 21ST JUNE, 1980 IN SUBJECT NO. 629 COVERS ALL LAYOUTS
by Admin User - Monday, 14 January 2019, 05:44 PM
 

By : M.S.Yatnatti: Editor and Video Journalist Bengaluru : Re-allotment and Re-Convey section of BDA is headed by Assistant commissioner Grade officer and if completes his job several sites get legally regularized and BBMP get more taxes with A khata properties. The AC till today does not have a complied compendium of re-convey resolutions as he has failed to provide me Under RTI all resolutions passed by CITB/BDA which need to be implemented whether somebody greets them or not and a reminder RTI is again filed by me . The BDA policy as publicly declared on 14-07-1978 states that whoever has purchased revenue site earlier to 01-05-1974 is eligible to re allotment,Accordingly BDA Re Allotted site number 3971 to Lakshmamma , in the similar way BDA was supposed to Re Allot site Number 3970 which was part of the site owned by their father in law.,But did not allot it to Radhamma and it is violation of section 38-c of BDA Act. as there was a CITB resolution for re-allotment . BDA is again in news for frauds and discrimination and Dhoka in re-allotments of sites. Assistant commissioner (Re-convey & Re-allotment) Bangalore Development Authority is requested to stop this discrimination and immediately execute the sale deed in favor of Radhamma the owner of site Number 3970 , When both sites 3971 and 3970 were brought under in 38 C(1)(a) Re-allotment scheme in the year 1979 (Earlier to 1979 it was not in the re-allotment scheme) In Banshnakari 2nd stage why one is Re-Allotted and another is not Re-Allotted. Is officers need “something” for re-allotment of site number 3970 Which comes under the provisions of 38 C(1)(a) in the year 1979 as per BDA Policy?. Banashankari CITB and was developed and handed over to the BBMP in 1995. Prior to that, in 1968, the City Improvement Trust Board (CITB) had notified the land, under the SEVERAL villages acquisition.Banashankari , under whose jurisdiction SITE Number 3070 falls, was developed and handed over to the BBMP in 1995. Prior to that, in 1968, the City Improvement Trust Board (CITB) had notified the land, under the villages Gavipura, Sunkenahally and Gerahally among others for acquisition.In 1979, the board formulated a re-conveyance and re-allotment scheme for the area under CITB resolution No. 629 and other related resulutions passed by CITB/BDA and the property owners were asked to file their applications with documents for reconveyance. No doubt, it is true that the word 'reconveyance' has not been used in Resolution No. 629 and instead the words used are 'regularisation' and 'reallotment' of site. But it is implicit in the resolution of the BDA that what is really meant by regularisation and reallotment of the site was only reconveyance of the site.The BDA reconveyed several sites including 3071 leaving 3070 , as a site which should have been reconvyed to legal heirs of site owner under the Re-conveyance and Re-allotment scheme, .Re-Convey by way of re-allotment and regularisation and executing sale deed by BDA in respect of No 3970 3RD MAIN ROAD 17 E CROSS Banashankari 2nd stage Bangalore : 560070 ( 40x60) feet in the name of Smt Radhamma w/o M. Rangappa as she is legal heirs to the property which was earlier part of 80x60 site of which 3971 site number is already Re-allotted and Regularised (re-conveyed ) and registered by BDA. As per regularisation and re-allotment of sites as resolved by Proceedings of the meeting of the BDA, Bangalore held on Saturday the 21st June, 1980 in Subject No. 629 which gives all power to other regularisation by re-allotment cases in other extensions which are pending for a long time, so that the cases of other revenue site owners may also be solved. I request you to immediately register the property No 3970 3RD MAIN ROAD 17 E CROSS Banashankari 2nd stage Bangalore : 560070 in my name as per BDA re-convey policy as BDA has already registered the property No 3971 3RD MAIN ROAD 17 E CROSS Banashankari 2nd stage Bangalore : 560070 which was earlier part of 80x60 owned by my late husband’s father . It is held that "...Even if it is assumed that the basis for the allotment of sites to the appellants was not the same as has been provided by the Amendment Act under Section 38-C, but that would not invalidate the allotments because the deeming fiction crated by Section 9 of the Amendment Act would bring the allotments within the purview of Section 38-C. The effect of the deeming fiction is that even though these allotments may not have been made under Section 38-C they would be saved by Section 9 of the Amendment Act by virtue of the deeming fiction."

M.S.Yatnatti Editor Property Politics
IN WAVE OF STARTUPS THE ONES THAT GREW BIG ARE NURTURING OTHER STARTUPS BY THEIR CONTRACTING SUB-CONTRACTING AND INVESTMENT ACTIVITIES
by Admin User - Sunday, 13 January 2019, 06:26 PM
 

By: M.S.Yatnatti: Editor and Video Journalist Bengaluru: The wave of entrepreneurship that began early this decade is giving rise to a secondary wave. The ones that grew big in the first wave are nurturing a host of other entrepreneurs through their contracting, sub-contracting and investment activities. In many cases, startups find that partnering with other startups is often simpler and costeffective than trying to do so with established enterprises.Digital transformation that the Indian Government has opened up on technology automation front both budget and complexities of adoption and great news for IT industry and its stakeholders. But it is trauma of IT Industry that Government tenders are more towards vendors and principals and gives little opportunities to partners and they get eliminated in fist stage itself and predetermined companies only get tenders and also payment cycle is so designed that only vendors with deeper pocket and working capital coming from their overseas parent companies . it is time to think how Indian SMEs and start up take up Government tenders .Reportedly almost all states and Union territories are showing a friendlier approach to startups — extending incubation facilities, facilitating early-stage funding, or even formulating policies for them. However, sourcing from these startups is still only on paper and not in practice. Requirements like prior experience, turnover limits to engage startups, earnest money deposits and other “archaic” sourcing policies impede opportunities for these newgeneration businesses. An analysis of Startup India’s report that ranks states shows that the 27 states and 3 Union territories assessed fell short when it comes to providing an equal platform for startups vis-à-vis experienced companies in public procurement.“Overall, performance of majority states is below average in this (ease of procurement) pillar as 26 states scored between 0% to 25% of the maximum marks,” the report said. The national average score under this particular criterion was 1.27 out of 14 marks, with performance of majority states defined as ‘below average’.“While at the policy level exemptions have been declared for startups in many of these aspects, the procedures followed by the states are sometimes not in alignment with the Centre,”. “It would be helpful to introduce easier bid eligibility, especially in the case of newer technologies like IOT and smart grids, which would aid infrastructure development,”. “Yes, there is more to be done to move away from age-old tendering procedures, but the open API policy under Digital India is a huge boon for tech entrepreneurs,” noted an expert

M.S.Yatnatti Editor Property Politics
BDA DISCRIMINATED BETWEEN UPPER CAST AND SC WOMAN BY NOT RECALLING SITE CANCELLATION ORDER UNDER WA 3364/2010 HKHC “OFFENCE UNDER POA ACT”
by Admin User - Saturday, 12 January 2019, 11:31 PM
 

By : M.S.Yatnatti Editor and Video Journalist Bengaluru : The BDA Deputy Secretry-4 despite the order of the secretary BDA in an RTI Appeal was directed to follow the high court order 0n 27-08-2016 and issue the order recalling the cancellation site of SC woman Smt Vimala and to issue sale deed to her the order was not complied : The BDA Deputy Secretry-4 is guilty of violating secretary order need to face disciplinary action under KCSR and CCA rules .The all BDA officers must read provisions of Scheduled Caste and Scheduled Tribe (Prevention of Atrocities) Act as it has Stringent punishment for atrocities on SC, ST under amended Act for economic and social boycotted . It is shame for the “BDA”: as “no family” can survive on “11k a year” as per Honorable Karnataka high court WA order: PMAY EWS Limit is not exceeding 3 lakh).A non SC upper cast Smt Shakeerabi the Muslim woman as given the relief and site after recalling the order of cancellation on the basis of WA 3364/2010 dated 01-07-2013 Honorable Karnataka high court order and an SC Woman Smt Vimla was denied the same benefit and relief under same WA 3364/2010 dated 01-07-2013 Karnataka high court order amounts to economics and social boycott of SC Woman and amounts to atrocity under The Scheduled Castes and the Scheduled Tribes (Prevention of Atrocities) Amendment Act, 2015 and the SC woman has every right to file atrocity case against BDA officials under Section 3(1) (ix) (x) (zc) of Scheduled Caste and Scheduled Tribe (Prevention of Atrocities) Act. “economic boycott” means–( I ) a refusal to deal with, work for hire or do business with other person; or ( ii) to deny opportunities including access to services or contractual opportunities for rendering service for consideration; or (iii) to refuse to do anything on the terms on which things would be commonly done in the ordinary course of business; or (iv) to abstain from the professional or business relations that one would maintain with other person and (eb) “social boycott” means a refusal to permit a person to render to other person or receive from him any customary service or to abstain from social relations that one would maintain with other person or to isolate him from others; Request is made to Revoke the cancellation order made in respect Smt Vimala SC/ST applicant of site allotment letter No BDA/DS-IV/667/ark-BLK-III/2005-06 DATED 30-12-2005 as BDA need to consider only the income applicant woman and not of her husband as Quoting BDA Rules, the judge in a recent order had said what is required to be considered is the income of the applicant and not that of her husband or face the atrocity case in police station.

M.S.Yatnatti Editor Property Politics
WEB FREELANCE ENTREPRENEURS ABOUT 23% EARN UPTO 45 LAKHS BY HARD WORK AND HARD WORK WORKS “OFFICE AND HOME” SAME FOR THEM THEN WHY NOT YOU?
by Admin User - Friday, 11 January 2019, 11:26 PM
 

By : M.S.Yatnatti Editor and Video Journalist Bengaluru : According to press reports demand for freelancers has been on the rise, and the severe shortage of new-age skills has been encouraging many full-time employees to become independent workers offering their expertise to multiple companies and earning much more than in their erstwhile positions.A survey conducted among Indian freelancers has found that web and mobile development, web designing, internet research and data entry are their key focus areas, and 23% of those surveyed said they earn between Rs 40 lakh and Rs 45 lakh a year. Another 23% earn between Rs 2.5 lakh and Rs 5 lakh, while 55 respondents earn below Rs 2.5 lakh, showing that all freelancing jobs do not promise big bucks, and the right set of skills and their application are important. The mean income, according to the survey by digitalpayments company PayPal, was Rs 19 lakh. Freelancer.com, reportedly one of the largest global online platforms where freelancers can offer their services, the number of registered people from India is the highest, at more than 20% of the total. The portal has 5.3 million people from India, and 3.3 million from the US. The startup boom and the changing ethos with respect to job safety and security are also encouraging employees to take up more independent projects.According to start up mentors , there are three primary motivations: One, you see yourself as very good at something and want to do more of it. Two: You see a problem, and you believe you can solve it ingeniously. Three: You see an opportunity to make money. Answer the critical financial question: Who will buy what you intend to sell? Why, and what determines their ability to pay? Do not assume that the market is visible and available. Be prepared to work hard, work long, and work with focus when things go wrong. A successful business can look back and identify the steps it took to get where it stands today. That is the benefit of hindsight. A business must find a way to persist, persevere and plod on. That needs a tremendous amount of positive energy, willingness to learn new things, heightened awareness about the micro and macro view of what is going on and persistent ability to rework. Work from home is most challenging and comes with own set of distractions as you will be living with parents spouse or children’s and you need to set boundaries and you need to have ground rules established and you could consider converting your living room or bed room converting it as your work station or you could go for a nearby co working spaces or local coffee shop or community working spaces . Your portfolio is your asset advertise oneself and additionally continuously enhance your skillets by online learning by investing on self learning and armed with this and other primary requirements you can start making money from home but be careful about pitfalls of freelancing. Upgrading your skills ,knowledge and expertise is the only way to grow .

M.S.Yatnatti Editor Property Politics
BUSINESS BEYOND BOOKS BRIDGE THE GAP BETWEEN INDUSTRY&ACADEMIA TURNOVER LIMITS EARNEST MONEY DEPOSITS IMPEDE OPPORTUNITIES FOR STARTUPS
by Admin User - Thursday, 10 January 2019, 02:05 PM
 

By: M.S.Yatnatti: Editor and Video Journalist Bengaluru: Comprehensive development and skill honing module is gradually replacing theoretical approach in academics. Though MBA degree from a reputed BSchool was erstwhile considered to be the passport to the high-flying corporate careers, of late, professional skills add more weightage to the curriculum vitae. Even as the Indian management education has been aligning itself with the global industry changes, experts feel that more reorientation would help our B-schools match the pace of change. Even as practical learning has entered the management curriculum, experts feel that business education in the country has not evolved to keep with the pace of industrial changes.Digital transformation that the Indian Government has opened up on technology automation front both budget and complexities of adoption and great news for IT industry and its stakeholders. But it is trauma of IT Industry that Government tenders are more towards vendors and principals and gives little opportunities to partners and they get eliminated in fist stage itself and predetermined companies only get tenders and also payment cycle is so designed that only vendors with deeper pocket and working capital coming from their overseas parent companies . it is time to think how Indian SMEs and start up take up Government tenders .Reportedly almost all states and Union territories are showing a friendlier approach to startups — extending incubation facilities, facilitating early-stage funding, or even formulating policies for them. However, sourcing from these startups is still only on paper and not in practice. Requirements like prior experience, turnover limits to engage startups, earnest money deposits and other “archaic” sourcing policies impede opportunities for these newgeneration businesses. An analysis of Startup India’s report that ranks states shows that the 27 states and 3 Union territories assessed fell short when it comes to providing an equal platform for startups vis-à-vis experienced companies in public procurement.“Overall, performance of majority states is below average in this (ease of procurement) pillar as 26 states scored between 0% to 25% of the maximum marks,” the report said. The national average score under this particular criterion was 1.27 out of 14 marks, with performance of majority states defined as ‘below average’.“While at the policy level exemptions have been declared for startups in many of these aspects, the procedures followed by the states are sometimes not in alignment with the Centre,”. “It would be helpful to introduce easier bid eligibility, especially in the case of newer technologies like IOT and smart grids, which would aid infrastructure development,”. “Yes, there is more to be done to move away from age-old tendering procedures, but the open API policy under Digital India is a huge boon for tech entrepreneurs,” noted an expert

M.S.Yatnatti Editor Property Politics
COMPUTERS AI AND DATA TECH BECOME MORE AND MORE POWERFUL BUT THEY WON’T BE “SUBSTITUTES” FOR HUMANS “THEY’LL BE “COMPLEMENTS”
by Admin User - Wednesday, 9 January 2019, 08:02 PM
 

By : M.S.Yatnatti: Editor and Video Journalist Bengaluru : Any amount of e-commerce does not substitute physical hand shake and any amount of e-learning does not replace teacher and CAPTCHA is to defeat the bot as user of computer and recently election commission of India has brought VVPAT (voter-verifiable paper audit trail) or paper trail machines will be used at polling stations in all future elections where polls are held using EVMs to detect computer frauds . A CAPTCHA is a type of challenge-response test used in computing to determine whether or not the user is human. The term was coined in 2003 by Luis von Ahn, Manuel Blum, Nicholas J. Hopper, and John Langford. The most common type of CAPTCHA was first invented in 1997 by two groups working in parallel.Create a company that will build new things (innovation) and help humans solve more complex problems. As computers become more and more powerful, they won’t be substitutes for humans: they’ll be complements. The debate of the century...In the future we foresee Artificial Intelligence replacing Humans and their jobs.Will the future tech actually displace humans and their jobs?.It’s easy to say and conclude that Artificial Intelligence could somehow replace us humans in the near future. Due to conventional wisdom. But If you think it that way then you don’t understand enough how computers actually work. If you’re pessimist about the future taking over us I think you watch too much Hollywood Sci-fi movies.Don’t be delusional, don’t try to escape the reality we’re in. Because the reality we’re in is way far different than the one you see in the movies, maybe. The future we’ll see tomorrow is in our hands and it entirely depends on us.UNIVERSITIES the world over are struggling with the digital disruption. universities have a choice. They can remain content merchants, and die or they can transform in knowledge brokers and thrive.The IT Enabled classrooms of the today will not be propelled by school and college administrators but by the young learners. Today's learners require new dynamics and new direction which facilitate active learning and new teaching strategies. Conventional classrooms have to modify and co create existing spaces to provide adaptable, multi-use configurations and new pedagogies. According to experts , the 10 signs are technology, integration, collaborative environment , opportunities to create an expression, inquiry based approach, justification for answers, writing for reflection, use of problem solving methodology, hands-on-learning, teacher as facilitator, transparent assessment. universities were never in the content business but in the knowledge business. Without the platform of content, bringing students to the desirable levels of understanding was impossible, degrees to provide first content and then, for those who pursued higher degrees, greater insights and understanding of the discipline. That content is now so readily available is, in experts opinion, a blessing; universities can now concentrate on the business of creating and inducing meaning.

M.S.Yatnatti Editor Property Politics
COMPUTERS AI AND DATA TECH BECOME MORE AND MORE POWERFUL BUT THEY WON’T BE “SUBSTITUTES” FOR HUMANS “THEY’LL BE “COMPLEMENTS”
by Admin User - Wednesday, 9 January 2019, 08:02 PM
 

By : M.S.Yatnatti: Editor and Video Journalist Bengaluru : Any amount of e-commerce does not substitute physical hand shake and any amount of e-learning does not replace teacher and CAPTCHA is to defeat the bot as user of computer and recently election commission of India has brought VVPAT (voter-verifiable paper audit trail) or paper trail machines will be used at polling stations in all future elections where polls are held using EVMs to detect computer frauds . A CAPTCHA is a type of challenge-response test used in computing to determine whether or not the user is human. The term was coined in 2003 by Luis von Ahn, Manuel Blum, Nicholas J. Hopper, and John Langford. The most common type of CAPTCHA was first invented in 1997 by two groups working in parallel.Create a company that will build new things (innovation) and help humans solve more complex problems. As computers become more and more powerful, they won’t be substitutes for humans: they’ll be complements. The debate of the century...In the future we foresee Artificial Intelligence replacing Humans and their jobs.Will the future tech actually displace humans and their jobs?.It’s easy to say and conclude that Artificial Intelligence could somehow replace us humans in the near future. Due to conventional wisdom. But If you think it that way then you don’t understand enough how computers actually work. If you’re pessimist about the future taking over us I think you watch too much Hollywood Sci-fi movies.Don’t be delusional, don’t try to escape the reality we’re in. Because the reality we’re in is way far different than the one you see in the movies, maybe. The future we’ll see tomorrow is in our hands and it entirely depends on us.UNIVERSITIES the world over are struggling with the digital disruption. universities have a choice. They can remain content merchants, and die or they can transform in knowledge brokers and thrive.The IT Enabled classrooms of the today will not be propelled by school and college administrators but by the young learners. Today's learners require new dynamics and new direction which facilitate active learning and new teaching strategies. Conventional classrooms have to modify and co create existing spaces to provide adaptable, multi-use configurations and new pedagogies. According to experts , the 10 signs are technology, integration, collaborative environment , opportunities to create an expression, inquiry based approach, justification for answers, writing for reflection, use of problem solving methodology, hands-on-learning, teacher as facilitator, transparent assessment. universities were never in the content business but in the knowledge business. Without the platform of content, bringing students to the desirable levels of understanding was impossible, degrees to provide first content and then, for those who pursued higher degrees, greater insights and understanding of the discipline. That content is now so readily available is, in experts opinion, a blessing; universities can now concentrate on the business of creating and inducing meaning.

M.S.Yatnatti Editor Property Politics
BBMP HAS EXEMPTED TAX FOR STUDENT HOSTEL RUN BY “KARNATAKA RAJYA VISHWA KARMA SAMAJA” AS PER KMC ACT 1976
by Admin User - Tuesday, 8 January 2019, 06:52 PM
 

By: M.S.Yatnatti: Editor and Video Journalist Bengaluru: BBMP need to exempt the property tax for student hostel under sub-clause (a) of clause (i) of section 110 of the KMC act 1976 run by not for profit and charitable organization “Karnataka Rajya Vishwa Karma Samaja”.I have asked BBMP PIO in the office of commissioner and joint commissioner to provide me information and reasons for not exempting Student hostel run by charitable institution “Karnataka state Vishwakarma Samaja (Registered) No 376/1942 dated 14-03-1942 at No 3 Sirur Park Road Shshadripuram Bangalore -560020 under section 110 heart (1) (a) of the Karnataka Municipal Corporations Act, 1976 which exempts student hostel which are not established or conducted for profit and it is run by not for profit charitable organization..This vishwa karma student hostel is built several decades earlier for poor students of viswakarma samaja students. Since several decades taxes were exempted and suddenly few officers are troubling for tax payment recently. BBMP is the “public authority “is under obligation to provide information “PUBLICLY” under section 4(1) (a) (b) (c) (d) RTI Act 2005


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