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A journey of Eco tourism

Introduction

Eco-tourism all about to study and understand about different environment, culture, life style, Eco tourism, under whatever definition, is an instigator of change. It is inevitable that the introduction of tourists to be as seldom visited by outsiders will place demands upon the environment associated with new actors, activities, and facilities.
 Eco tourism will forge new relationships between people and environment, and between peoples with different lifestyles. It will create forces for both change and stability. These forces act at a diversity of scales from global to local.
Fast day journey
I am very joyful to share concerning my Eco-tourism learning’s and Experience. We have completed our Eco-tourism on 25th to 28th August 2013. On 25th evening we went to Mysore Dist, Koll gala Taluk, and Odeyar playa. Fast day we visited Myrada treeing center at Kollegal taluk, Odeyar playa. While going Kollegal taluk, Odeyar playa I enjoyed lot because the forest, Nature, and goad section, it was totally amazing to me.
After that we met Mr. Kumar his person of Myrada treeing center program Manager. We interacted with him afterwards we walked around village; and also we interacted with village people. If say about that village the village people improved lot because they are growing vegetables, like Potato, and other vegetables,
2th day
We met Mr. Abdul his is working Myrada organization treeing center as a supervise. after that we met Tibetan community whose settlement officer’s name is Mr.Tenzin Iguin. He told us about the Tibetan’s story and the Tibetan fight and struggle against China because they haven’t got freedom from them yet. And he told us about their culture, tradition, educational curriculum, and the issue of self burning.
Every year, one person from each family in Tibet burns themselves for getting freedom. While listing only I felt very bad because about their struggle against China. They are really hard working. Their school is also good and their children are studying under the CBSE syllabus, so, some Tibetan people talk in three languages- Kannada Hindi and English and their mother tongue Tibetan.
 Afterwards we visited Antananarivo village and we met Tribal community. We discussed with them about their culture, family, education marriage system, and agriculture, they are growing some crops like potato, Ragi, Jowar and vegetables. Summer season they are going migration to Hassan for three month. I got more information from this interaction. After that we came back to Myrada organization after we had launch then Mr.chandrashekar sir conducted singing computation. In this computation we enjoyed lot.
3th day 

We went Male Mahadeshwara Hill to take blousing. Really it was nice experience to me because if want we want go Male Mahadeshwara temple we need to pass three hills while going on the bus I enjoyed lot. Then getting god blousing we had god Prasad it was very testes. Then we came back to Mysore and we visited Mysore palace it was amazing experience to me. Because I seen Mysore palace fast time.

Alumani’s meeting program

A Journey with Alumani’s                                             
Date 26-05-2013

I’m very glad to share about alumani’s session. Really it was wrath full session for me. I was very happy and proud to say part of the program. Yesterday we had an alumani’s session. Firstly program started through “eyes braking video” showed by Mr.krishnaji then all alumani’s they introduced themselves. After that we met some alumani’s. After that some of alumani’s they shared their achievement and work experience. I was very happy to listing their achievement.
Afterword’s we conducted one funny game to alumani’s like balloon game, all alumani’s participated in this game. Final winner Mr.Amruth patil.
Next Mr.Naveen Jha addressed the session he taught about he gave some motivation to alumani’s and he gave some suggestion to alumani’s. Letter he asked to alumani’s how can we help you all. Then some of them they shared they are opening.
 Letter we had break  
After the break Mr. Chinnababu sir made four groups in that one group we discussed about how they are working and how helps to DFP improve their carrier, some alumani’s share their experience such has Mr.Nagaraj and Mr.Amruth patil they gave some suggestion for us. It was really good suggestion for me.
 Next end of the program Mr.Chinnababu he engaged session. He was motivated lost 5minets then he told, learnt here, do mistake here, but don’t do mistake outside. He gave some suggestion how to Improve our communication, Then he told on thought “give result, don’t give rezone” then we Interacted some alumani’s I shared my DFP experience.
 Afterward’s Miss.Savith madam sad out thank to alumani’s.
I would like to say thank to Miss.Savita madam for conducting this program.

Mr.N.R Murthy’s returns to take charge as Infosys’s woes mount

Murthy’s returns to take charge as Infosys’s woes mount
When Nagavara Ramarao Narayana Murthy retired from Infosys Ltd in August 2011 at the age of 60, it was difficult for insiders and those tracking the firm from outside to believe that the company’s iconic founder would actually manage to step aside completely. Murthy always described Infosys as his third child and chose to take a non-executive title of chairman emeritus, retaining the umbilical cord.
In the seven years since Murthy stepped down from all executive roles at Infosys, the so-called “heritage building”, a two-decade-old red-brick block that served as the original corporate headquarters of the firm in 1994, continued to host visitors from within Infosys and outside. Murthy’s office at this building received everybody from mid level to senior Infosys executives who came for advice and others from different walks of life.
In many ways, his office at the heritage building never logged out of Infosys, and with the Saturday announcement of Murthy’s comeback, it won’t for another five years at least.
“Standing here today is very unusual for me. When I walked out of Infosys on August 20, 2011, I did not in my wildest dreams imagine that I’d be back here in an executive capacity,” he said on Saturday at a hurriedly called press conference called by Infosys at noon.
Since Infosys was founded in 1981, Murthy managed each of the leadership transitions that saw four of its founders run the firms one after the other, even amid questions about whether the last two (S. Gopalakrishnan and incumbent S.D. Shibulal) deserved the chance.
When he announced nearly two years ago that K.V. Kamath and Gopalakrishnan would become non-executive chairman and executive co-chairman, respectively, he surely didn’t imagine that he would need to return after a nightmarish run during which the company missed revenue guidance and profit warnings. All this cost Infosys its status as the industry’s bellwether, something that Murthy always took pride in.
Even as Shibulal tried his best to explain his new Infosys 3.0 strategy to investors and customers, Murthy kept hoping and waiting for a turnaround.
“You can take Murthy out of Infosys but not Infosys out of Murthy,” is what one of the co-founders of the company had said when he had stepped down.
Earlier this year, at an internal strategy meet, Infosys invited Murthy to give a talk. At least two people who attended the session said it was more than just a pep talk.
“It was an intense discussion where he pointed out several tactics and questioned Infosys’s lagging performance,” said one of the persons.
Founded in 1981 by Murthy and six others, including Nandan Nilekani, Gopalakrishnan and Shibulal, Infosys held its own as India’s most high-profile IT company—although rival Tata Consultancy Services Ltd was always bigger—until three years ago. In the past two years, the company has missed its revenue and profit growth forecasts several times and has been overtaken by Cognizant Technology Solutions Corp. in annual revenue.
It also pursued a so-called 3.0 strategy doggedly in an environment when outsourcing customers were only looking to save costs. The 3.0 strategy was aimed at increasing Infosys’s revenue from newer technologies and business models such as cloud computing and software platforms and products.
Last year, Infosys missed the lower end of its revenue forecast at least twice and stopped giving quarterly forecasts. The sluggish growth rates and increasingly impatient investors prompted Infosys to re-examine its strategy and it started cutting prices for select clients. The company also entered into revenue-sharing agreements with companies such as IPsoft Inc. to drive up business volumes, even at the cost of margins.
In an interview with Mint on 7 May, Murthy had denied any plans to come back to Infosys, but added that it’s “difficult to predict what will happen tomorrow”. Murthy served as chief executive officer from 1981 to 2002 and as chairman from 2002 to 2011.
“At this stage, looking at the data that I have, I wouldn’t say that. So, who knows what happens in the future, I am not gone, cannot say what I will do tomorrow, I may not be there tomorrow morning. So, it is not possible for me to predict what will happen tomorrow,” Murthy had said.
To be sure, Murthy is not the first founder to return and try restoring the glory of a company. But to make the comeback, Murthy had to break two of the rules he established—that the founders should retire at 60 and that their children wouldn’t work at Infosys.
Not only has the comeback disrupted the succession plan set in place by him and his co-founders, it will also involve the recruitment of Murthy’s son, Rohan, the first time that a second-generation family member of one of the company’s founders has gotten involved at such a level. Murty will be a member of the chairman’s office that his father is setting up.
“Post-retirement, I have been working with a small team of people…and one of them happens to be my son Rohan. He has no leadership role. The only role that Rohan has is to make me more effective. That’s it,” Murthy said on Saturday.
Investors are welcoming Murthy’s comeback recollecting the lost glory days when Infosys stood for predictability and was a bellwether for the entire industry.
“Infosys has been facing a huge credibility deficit among its stakeholders of late but Murthy commands respect of all: employees, customers and shareholders.
This step should lift the morale of junior employees while keeping senior managers on their toes. Improvement in communication with investors should bridge the trust deficit developed over past 12-18 months,” said Nimish Joshi of CLSA India in a note after the announcement.
In many ways, Infosys lost momentum because of its obsession with ensuring high profit margins, a strategy articulated by Murthy over the years. That strategy allowed newer rivals such as Cognizant to displace Infosys from its No. 2 position in the Indian IT, and even saw bigger rival TCS widen its revenue lead. TCS also managed to equal Infosys on profit margins.
Moreover, the competitive landscape has changed. Customers are no more just wooed by lavish workplaces, beautiful campuses and infrastructure, showcased to world leaders by Murthy until a few years ago.
Some experts tracking the company are equating Murthy’s comeback with how Apple Inc. founder Steve Jobs and Starbucks founder Howard Schultz came back to turn their companies around.
“While the stock will instantly react positively, expecting Murthy to deliver immediate success is unreasonable. Investors will now be willing to give Infosys a longer rope and the stock could move beyond being just a trade to a potential longer-term portfolio holding,” Joshi of CLSA said in his note.
For Murthy though, more insightful lessons could come from Yahoo Inc.’s Jerry Yang and Dell Inc.’s Michael Dell who failed to hire suitable successors and struggled with their comebacks to save these firms.
“If Murthy really wants to save Infosys, he will get a global leader who can steer Infosys through this turnaround. If he again makes it a personal battle and an emotional effort to save ‘his child’, then Infosys will suffer,” said the chief executive of one of the top four India-based software firms who competes with Infosys for business. He requested anonymity because he did not want to be seen as making public comments on Infosys’s troubles.

Summary of English Vinglish Movies

 
I’m very glad to share about today English Vanglis movie experience. I was had seen today English Vanglis movie. This movie all about Indian housewife’s struggle in the modern English speaking world where she takes the pain almost each and every second she tries to adapt herself to the present standard of living.
 
In this movie Shashi struggle a lot Because of her lake of communication. One day she had a opportunity to go USA. Then she went to USA after she joined English intuition in new york. After four week she learnt English,
 
English language is very important in present situation in the world.  Wherever you go should be need English. Without English we can’t do anything’s. Because of English is international language.
 
I was learnt so many things in this movie. She used to learn English such has English movies, carefully listening, and observation, she fined new words’. I have fiend some new vocabulary in this movies such has eventually, meanwhile, Jess dance,
In this movie indirectly say’s age is no limit to learn English. Everybody can learn English.
English Vanglis film is a 2012 Indian comedy film written and directed by Gauri shinde

Planning to Live Your Life Your Way Personal Goal Setting

 

Many people feel as if they’re adrift in the world. They work hard, but they don’t seem to get anywhere worthwhile.

A key reason that they feel this way is that they haven’t spent enough time thinking about what they want from life, and haven’t set themselves formal goals. After all, would you set out on a major journey with no real idea of your destination? Probably not!
Goal setting is a powerful process for thinking about your ideal future, and for motivating yourself to turn your vision of this future into reality.
The process of setting goals helps you choose where you want to go in life. By knowing precisely what you want to achieve, you know where you have to concentrate your efforts. You’ll also quickly spot the distractions that can, so easily, lead you astray.

Why Set Goals?

Goal setting is used by top-level athletes, successful business-people and achievers in all fields. Setting goals gives you long-term vision and short-term motivation. It focuses your acquisition of knowledge, and helps you to organize your time and your resources so that you can make the very most of your life.
By setting sharp, clearly defined goals, you can measure and take pride in the achievement of those goals, and you’ll see forward progress in what might previously have seemed a long pointless grind. You will also raise your self-confidence, as you recognize your own ability and competence in achieving the goals that you’ve set.

Starting to Set Personal Goals

You set your goals on a number of levels:
  • First you create your “big picture” of what you want to do with your life (or over, say, the next 10 years), and identify the large-scale goals that you want to achieve.
  • Then, you break these down into the smaller and smaller targets that you must hit to reach your lifetime goals.
  • Finally, once you have your plan, you start working on it to achieve these goals.
This is why we start the process of goal setting by looking at your lifetime goals. Then, we work down to the things that you can do in, say, the next five years, then next year, next month, next week, and today, to start moving towards them.

Step 1: Setting Lifetime Goals

The first step in setting personal goals is to consider what you want to achieve in your lifetime (or at least, by a significant and distant age in the future). Setting lifetime goals gives you the overall perspective that shapes all other aspects of your decision making.
To give a broad, balanced coverage of all important areas in your life, try to set goals in some of the following categories (or in other categories of your own, where these are important to you):
  • Career – What level do you want to reach in your career, or what do you want to achieve?
  • Financial – How much do you want to earn, by what stage? How is this related to your career goals?
  • Education – Is there any knowledge you want to acquire in particular? What information and skills will you need to have in order to achieve other goals?
  • Family – Do you want to be a parent? If so, how are you going to be a good parent? How do you want to be seen by a partner or by members of your extended family?
  • Artistic – Do you want to achieve any artistic goals?
  • Attitude – Is any part of your mindset holding you back? Is there any part of the way that you behave that upsets you? (If so, set a goal to improve your behavior or find a solution to the problem.)
  • Physical – Are there any athletic goals that you want to achieve, or do you want good health deep into old age? What steps are you going to take to achieve this?
  • Pleasure – How do you want to enjoy yourself? (You should ensure that some of your life is for you!)
  • Public Service – Do you want to make the world a better place? If so, how?
Spend some time brainstorming these things, and then select one or more goals in each category that best reflect what you want to do. Then consider trimming again so that you have a small number of really significant goals that you can focus on.
As you do this, make sure that the goals that you have set are ones that you genuinely want to achieve, not ones that your parents, family, or employers might want. (If you have a partner, you probably want to consider what he or she wants – however, make sure that you also remain true to yourself!)
Tip:
You may also want to read our article on Personal Mission Statements. Crafting a personal mission statement can help bring your most important goals into sharp focus.

Step 2: Setting Smaller Goals

Once you have set your lifetime goals, set a five-year plan of smaller goals that you need to complete if you are to reach your lifetime plan.
Then create a one-year plan, six-month plan, and a one-month plan of progressively smaller goals that you should reach to achieve your lifetime goals. Each of these should be based on the previous plan.
Then create a daily To-Do List of things that you should do today to work towards your lifetime goals.
At an early stage, your smaller goals might be to read books and gather information on the achievement of your higher level goals. This will help you to improve the quality and realism of your goal setting.
Finally review your plans, and make sure that they fit the way in which you want to live your life.
Tip:
If you feel that you’re not paying enough attention to certain areas of your life, you’ll find our articles on The Wheel of Life and the Life/Career Rainbow useful.

Staying on Course

Once you’ve decided on your first set of goals, keep the process going by reviewing and updating your To-Do List on a daily basis.
Periodically review the longer term plans, and modify them to reflect your changing priorities and experience. (A good way of doing this is to schedule regular, repeating reviews using a computer-based diary.)

SMART Goals

A useful way of making goals more powerful is to use the SMART mnemonic. While there are plenty of variants (some of which we’ve included in parenthesis), SMART usually stands for:
  • S – Specific (or Significant).
  • M – Measurable (or Meaningful).
  • A – Attainable (or Action-Oriented).
  • R – Relevant (or Rewarding).
  • T – Time-bound (or Trac

    kable).

For example, instead of having “To sail around the world” as a goal, it’s more powerful to say “To have completed my trip around the world by December 31, 2015.” Obviously, this will only be attainable if a lot of preparation has been completed beforehand!

Further Goal Setting Tips

The following broad guidelines will help you to set effective, achievable goals:
  • State each goal as a positive statement – Express your goals positively – “Execute this technique well” is a much better goal than “Don’t make this stupid mistake.”
  • Be precise: Set precise goals, putting in dates, times and amounts so that you can measure achievement. If you do this, you’ll know exactly when you have achieved the goal, and can take complete satisfaction from having achieved it.
  • Set priorities – When you have several goals, give each a priority. This helps you to avoid feeling overwhelmed by having too many goals, and helps to direct your attention to the most important ones.
  • Write goals down – This crystallizes them and gives them more force. 
  • Keep operational goals small – Keep the low-level goals that you’re working towards small and achievable. If a goal is too large, then it can seem that you are not making progress towards it. Keeping goals small and incremental gives more opportunities for reward.
  • Set performance goals, not outcome goals – You should take care to set goals over which you have as much control as possible. It can be quite dispiriting to fail to achieve a personal goal for reasons beyond your control!
  • In business, these reasons could be bad business environments or unexpected effects of government policy. In sport, they could include poor judging, bad weather, injury, or just plain bad luck.
  • If you base your goals on personal performance, then you can keep control over the achievement of your goals, and draw satisfaction from them.
  • Set realistic goals – It’s important to set goals that you can achieve. All sorts of people (for example, employers, parents, media, or society) can set unrealistic goals for you. They will often do this in ignorance of your own desires and ambitions.
  • It’s also possible to set goals that are too difficult because you might not appreciate either the obstacles in the way, or understand quite how much skill you need to develop to achieve a particular level of performance.

Achieving Goals

When you’ve achieved a goal, take the time to enjoy the satisfaction of having done so. Absorb the implications of the goal achievement, and observe the progress that you’ve made towards other goals.
If the goal was a significant one, reward yourself appropriately. All of this helps you build the self-confidence you deserve.
With the experience of having achieved this goal, review the rest of your goal plans:
  • If you achieved the goal too easily, make your next goal harder.
  • If the goal took a dispiriting length of time to achieve, make the next goal a little easier.
  • If you learned something that would lead you to change other goals, do so.
  • If you noticed a deficit in your skills despite achieving the goal, decide whether to set goals to fix this.
Tip 1:
Our article, Golden Rules of Goal Setting, will show you how to set yourself up for success when it comes to your goals. If you’re still having trouble, you might also want to try Backward Goal Setting.

Tip 2:
Remember that failing to meet goals does not matter much, just as long as you learn from the experience.

Feed lessons learned back into your goal setting. Remember too that your goals will change as time goes on. Adjust them regularly to reflect growth in your knowledge and experience, and if goals do not hold any attraction any longer, consider letting them go.

Goal Setting Example

For her New Year’s Resolution, Susan has decided to think about what she really wants to do with her life.
Her lifetime goals are as follows:
  • Career – “To be managing editor of the magazine that I work for.”
  • Artistic – “To keep working on my illustration skills. Ultimately I want to have my own show in our downtown gallery.”
  • Physical – “To run a marathon.”
Now that Susan has listed her lifetime goals, she then breaks down each one into smaller, more manageable goals.
Let’s take a closer look at how she might break down her lifetime career goal – becoming managing editor of her magazine:
  • Five-year goal: “Become deputy editor.”
  • One-year goal: “Volunteer for projects that the current Managing Editor is heading up.”
  • Six-month goal: “Go back to school and finish my journalism degree.”
  • One-month goal: “Talk to the current managing editor to determine what skills are needed to do the job.”
  • One-week goal: “Book the meeting with the Managing Editor.”
As you can see from this example, breaking big goals down into smaller, more manageable goals makes it far easier to see how the goal will get accomplished.

Tip:
A good way of getting going with this is to use the Mind Tools Life Plan Workbook. Supported by worksheets and advice, this guides you through a simple 5-step process for setting your life goals, and for organizing yourself for success.

India Poverty shrunk by almost half, says plan panel

India had only 26.93 cr poor in 2011-12 from 40.7 cr in 2004-05
In its latest calculation of poverty ratio in the country, the Planning Commission has shown it to have declined to 21.9 per cent in 2011-12 from 37.2 per cent in 2004-05.

In a statement, the Commission attributed the decline to increase in per capita consumption.

According to the calculation based on Tendulkar methodology, the percentage of persons below poverty line in 2011-12 has been estimated at 25.7 per cent in rural areas, 13.7 per cent in urban areas and 21.9 per cent for the country as a whole.

Gujarat, which has been in focus for its Vibrant Gujarat’ model of development,  ranks 16 with its 16.63 per cent population living below poverty line. The state also displays vast disparity in rural-urban terms. The percentage of population living below poverty line in rural area is 21.5 and 10 per cent in urban area. Less industrialised states like Uttarakhand (11 per cent) and Rajasthan (14) have performed better than Gujarat

According to the Commission, in 2011-12 for rural areas, the national poverty line by using the Tendulkar methodology is estimated at Rs 816 per capita per month in villages and Rs 1,000 per capita per month in cities.So, persons whose consumption of goods and services exceed Rs 33.33 a day in cities and Rs 27.20 per capita per day in villages are not poor.

The Commission said that for a family of five, the all India poverty line in terms of consumption expenditure would amount to Rs 4,080 per month in rural areas and Rs 5,000 per month in urban areas. The poverty line, however, will vary from state to state.
The percentage of persons below poverty line in 2004-05 was 41.8 per cent in rural areas, 25.7 per cent in cities and 37.2 per cent in the country as a whole.

Thus, the number of people below poverty line has come down from 40.70 crore in 2004-05 to 26.93 crore in 2011-12.

Suresh Tendulkar Committee had suggested that money spent on health and education besides calorie intake should be taken into account to fix the poverty line.

The committee appointed under Prime Minister’s Economic Advisory Council Chairman C Rangarajan to revisit the Tendulkar Committee methodology for tabulating poverty is expected to submit its report by the middle of 2014.

Leadership Activities at Sidhrameshwar Slam colony

Leadership Activities                                                                          
 Data- 21-05-2013

What is leadership?
“Leadership is the art of leading others to deliberately create a result
that wouldn’t have happened otherwise.”
Introduction of activity  
I would like to share about leadership activities. Leadership activities this one kind of module for us, through this activity it has helps to build our leadership skill and team works. We have done leadership activities on Date 21-05-2013 Morning at 10:00AM in Sidhrameshwar Slam colony.
Because in this colony having 700 populations, in that some people they are not able to buy books and note book, pen.  So initially we took this colony to do leadership activities.  Firstly we met slam President Mr.Ragu Kumar than we had a discussed with him regarding to give poor children to Note, Book, and pan,
Our group member Name
1.    Mr.Veeresh.pani
2.    Mr. Siddappa
Roles & responsibilities,
1.      Initiative
2.      Leader
3.      Give solution
4.      Give awareness
5.      Lead the group
6.      Responsibility
Brief process of activity,
We have done leadership activities Date 21-05-2013 Morning at 10:00AM in Sidhrameshwar Slam colony. We brought some Books, and Note book, pen, next we went to children home. We distributed to children such has Books, Notebook, pen.
Learning’s 
1.      Team work
2.      Observation
3.       Leading group
4.      Helps to people
5.      Awareness’