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Any employer offering a job means, he is buying your time and a skill to complete the work he has is the basic understanding.

Don’t have a job? It should be understood as no one is ready to bet on my skills & take my time to deliver their work. But I am educated. Yes, there is the problem.

Skills are different from educational qualification. It’s the time every student spend time to acquire the skills required by paying the college fees. But a student end up getting certificate rather than getting skills.

Education Completed in

Year of Completion

Jobless years

Earning Salary

Avg Salary=15000

Money From Home (Avg 5000)

Total Financial Loss.

2015

3

360000

180000

540000

2016

2

240000

120000

360000

2017

1

180000

60000

240000

 

Joining courses, travel etc are extra cost.

So, major challenge is the candidates have to ready to digest the rejections, family will under social pressure.

So a right mentor is required for every individual & having right career guidance will help you save from mental & financial pressures.

Talk to our experts, get a data driven assessment. Know your skills, strengths and have a right career plan, Land in a job. Compare the fees you might have to pay for mentoring is negligible compared with what you are losing.


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by padma sirisha tadikonda - Thursday, 27 September 2018, 3:18 PM
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Credit Score

The good CIBIL score is the key for your loan approval. Credit score will always be the preference of the lender to figure out your creditworthiness. Every lender will check your credit score before approving your loan. The score of your cibil lies between 300 to 900, The score above 750 is the decent CIBIL with which your loan approval will be easy. The CIBIL score impacts on the interest rate of your loans, the higher the CIBIL the high chances of approval with lower interest rates.

The following the 4 things you need to consider for maintaining your decent credit score:

Repayment History will influence your CIBIL score

Be precise in the repayment of your EMI’s and credit card bills. Your Repayment history will impact a CIBIL score. Late and non-regular transaction of repayment will affect your CIBIL Score badly and this will affect the approval for future loan applications.

Multiple Enquires will affect your credit score

Every time you apply for a new loan or credit card, the lenders run an inquiry on your CIBIL report to know your creditworthiness. Too many queries project a negative impression, This will reflect you as a credit greedy person. Never apply for loans with multiple lenders. Multiple enquires will indicate that you credit burden will be high in future and the lenders feel there will be a risk in repayment.
Repeated requests for higher credit limit affect your CIBL. So it is better for you to raise a request when you actually need it.

Must Read : How to Increase CIBIL Score With Instant Personal Loan

High Credit Utilization impacts your credit score

Exhausting your credit limit overtime leaves a bad impression to the credit bureau and your CIBIL report will be negative. Over usage of your credit limit regularly and repaying the minimum bills will affect your credit score badly. Consequently, this leaves a thought that you are out of funds and you are considered as a risk, in repayment.

But in case, if your credit utilization is decreasing gradually the repayment burden is low which will boost your CIBIL.

 Also Read : How to Improve your CIBIL score

Acting a guarantee will affect your CIBIL score

It may be surprising how one can lose CIBIL score by just being a guarantee. Acting as a guarantee does not directly affect your credit score, but in the case when the person to whom you are acting as a guarantee defaults or delays payment, your credit score will be affected negatively.


 
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by Rank My Skills - Thursday, 27 September 2018, 11:20 AM
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This mode was always a slightly quirky and uncomfortable hack. It was mostly useful for sites with very distinct courses and users, such as those where each course consists of the employees from a separate company, and My Moodle was used to hide the companies from each other. However, for the general case, the main problem is that you see ALL blog entries from those people, not just ones that are about your courses.

This mode has no direct equivalent in Moodle 2.0 because we have resolved not to emulate "course-like" modes within a system that is at system level, and outside the courses. This helps understanding of the blog system, simplifies the implementation and improves performance.

However some people may be using that mode so we do need to provide an upgrade path for them.

Informationally, the idea of just seeing all the blogs from people who are in your course is the same as a course forum.

So a possible upgrade would be to do this:


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