Friday, 29 May 2020

How to make money from your Hobby

Your interests are as unique as you are, which is why they are a great source for extra income. When you offer a unique product, you always have a corner on the market. What your hobby is will help decide how you can start to generate money. Here are a few ways to turn your passion into a viable income.
1.Teach others how to participate in your hobby
This is a great way to make money with your hobby when it does not produce a tangible product. An example of this would be teaching piano lessons if piano playing is your hobby. You can offer frequent lessons on a weekly or monthly basis, or you might prefer more occasional and more in-depth options like workshops. The Eastern Regional Institute for Education created the guide " How to Conduct a Workshop." Though focused on teacher workshops, its advice can be applicable to workshops for any industry.
2. Sell products that are related to your hobby
This is perfect for anyone who does not have a finished product to sell or does not want to teach. For example, if you enjoy indoor gardening by creating terrariums, you could collect and sell fun and interesting vintage bottles online.  eBay.com is a popular place to sell nearly any product online.
3. Go green with your hobby
Everyone is Eco-friendly these days. As we are all starting to think of ways to live our lives in a more Earth-friendly way, why not help others who enjoy your hobby learn ways to go green with their passions? Charging for workshops to teach green methods or finding a part-time Eco-friendly job is a great way to blend your passion for the environment with your need for income. The green industry is on the rise, and the availability of green jobs reflects that. Some websites that specialize in environmentally friendly work are SustainableBusiness.com and EcoJobs.com.
4. Sell finished products online
This is ideal for those whose hobby results in a great marketable product. If you enjoy making art, crafts or any other tangible good, then a natural outlet is to sell your items online. Consider setting up shop on Etsy.com to sell your handmade products.
5. Swap your skills
Trading is a great way to save money. If you have a talent or have fun creating something that is valuable to someone else, then use it to trade locally or online with others. For example, a crafter might trade her crocheted or knitted bags at a local flea market in return for a gardener's freshly grown fruits and vegetables.  TrashBank.com, SwapTree.com and GoSwap.org are just a few sites that will help you find someone to trade with.
 6. Find a job related to your hobby
Finding a job related to your passion is a great way to enjoy a little creative freedom while in the workplace. This applies to almost anyone, from the baseball fan who gets paid to write a sports column for his town newspaper to the yoga enthusiast who nets top dollar for her well-informed yoga classes. Check Craigslist.org for opportunities in your area.
7. Create a website about your hobby
You can sell ad space on your site or even charge readers to download instructions for projects you have created. Make sure you pick a memorable or relevant domain name. GoDaddy.com has one of the biggest selections of available domains.
8. Blog about your passions
Once you set up your blog, be sure to sell advertising there to make money. Google’s AdSense program is one way to do so. You get a percentage of any resulting sale every time someone clicks on one of the ads on your blog.
9. Photograph your hobby
You can sell the photos online to specialty websites. If photography is your hobby, this is also a wonderful way to make money while honing your camera and editing skills. There are numerous stock photo sites where you can sell your work, including istockphoto.com and sxc.hu.
10. Saving money is making money
A great way to earn a little extra from your hobby is to find ways to engage in it for less. If your hobby involves purchasing materials, you can coordinate with other like-minded individuals and buy in bulk. If you have to travel to play a sport, why not car pool? Sites like eRideShare.com can help you find people to carpool with in your area. Small savings can add up over time.


Rasika Kokare (BMM)
Wilson college
social media links:





CASE STUDY ON BAJAJ SCOOTER LIMITED


The case discusses the business strategy of Bajaj Auto Limited (Bajaj Auto), a leading
Indian manufacturer of two wheelers. Bajaj Auto, which sold two wheelers in India since 1945, was the market leader in the Indian two wheeler industry till late 1990s.
However, the company failed to visualize the structural changes happening in the Indian two wheeler industry since the early 1990s. After the Indian economy was liberalized in 1991, foreign players entered the Indian two wheeler industry with their innovative products and sophisticated technology. In spite of rising competition, Bajaj Auto neither upgraded its scooter models, nor focused on the rapidly growing motorcycle segment.
In late 2001, Bajaj Auto initiated a transformation process in an effort to transform its image from being a scooter manufacturer to a motorcycle company. At the same time, the company continued its efforts to revive the geared scooter market.
The company continued to invest time and resources in the geared scooter segment even till the early 2000s when the sales of geared scooters were negligible as compared to the gearless scooters.
Bajaj Auto also failed to introduce innovative products in the rapidly growing gearless scooter market. The company lost its leadership status in the scooters segment to Honda Motorcycles and Scooter India (HMSI).
The case examines how Bajaj Auto became a follower both in the scooter and motorcycle segment from being the market leader in the Indian two wheeler industry.
On July 18, 2009, India-based Bajaj Auto Limited (Bajaj Auto), a leading manufacturer of two wheelers and three wheelers, launched the 100 cc Discover DTS-Si motorcycle.
The new product had several unique features such as a Digital Twin Spark-Swirl Induction (DTS-Si) engine, nitrox suspension, the longest wheelbase in the 100 cc segment, a 5 speed gear - the first in the 100 cc segment, and a maintenance free battery.
Commenting on the new product, Rajiv Bajaj (Rajiv), Managing Director, Bajaj Auto, said, "We are launching a bike which is not seen as a 100 cc bike and we wish to offer it to people who typically buy 100cc motorcycles but would like to upgrade.
For Bajaj Auto, the launch of the 100 cc Discover DTS-Si motorcycle served as a point of re-entry into the entry segment of the motorcycle market.
The company had reduced its focus on the entry segment 
  The company had reduced its focus on the entry segment  motorcycles three years earlier, citing low operating margins, even though the entry segment motorcycles accounted for about 50 percent of the company's total sales volumes in 2006.

Commenting on the launch of the new product and the renewed focus on the 100 cc motorcycle segment, Rajiv said, "We are not changing our strategy. The 100 cc market has got numbers. All we wanted to do was give the commuter a choice, more value for money.
We have no choice but to have substantial share here Bajaj Auto, which had been selling two wheelers in India since 1945, was the market leader in the Indian two wheeler industry till the 1990s, riding on the success of its popular scooter models.

The company faced hardly any significant competition during that time, but this worked against the company. It grew complacent, with the result that it failed to realize the structural shift in demand toward motorcycles among Indian consumers.


"Like Volkswagen Beetle, the product (Bajaj Chetak) had lost its relevance."1
- Rajiv Bajaj, MD, Bajaj Auto Ltd., in January 2006.
"The scooter segment in India is over one million units and the segment has been witnessing an impressive growth for the past few months. Further, there is a huge untapped segment of women customers, which offers immense growth potential."2
- Pawan Munjal, MD, Hero Honda Motors Ltd., in January 2006.
"Fact is, Bajaj was slow in reading the shift from scooters to motorcycles


Karuna Nayak [MBA FA]
Manager Fintech [INTERNSHIP]
Air Crews Aviation Pvt . Ltd.

Thursday, 28 May 2020

Online Career Counselling Form

Online Career Counselling Form
Send us Your
1. Full Name-----------------
2. Date of Birth----------------
3. City -------------------                                          4. Sex --------------
5. Educational Qualification  --------------
6. Expected Career Options --------------------
Personal SWOT Analysis [ Optional
Strengths : 
Weaknesses : 
Opportunities :
Threats  : 
7. Email        :
8. WhatsApp :
9 Name of Guide [ Optional]:
10 Deposit Rs 800 into the following Account.
GooglePay
                    9329737330
                    9977513452
PayTm       :  9826008899
                    9826037330
                    9977513452
https://www.bestinternationaleducation.com/2019/05/online-career-counselling-form.html


Wednesday, 27 May 2020

Middle Class Of India

कुछ दिनों से ऐसा लग रहा है कि  देश में सिर्फ मजदूर ही रहते हैं...
जिधर देखो फेसबुक पर मजदूर मजदूर हुई पड़ी है...कोई केले बाँट रहा कोई खाना कोई चप्पल...

अब मजदूरों का रोना- धोना बंद कर दीजीये....
मजदूर तो घर पहुंच ही जायेगा....

और मजदूर घर पहुँच गया तो....

ये ना सोचो कि काम छूट/छोड़ गया तो घर जाके भूखा मरेगा...वो तो यहाँ भी नहीं मर रहा था.....
घर पहुँच कर भी उसके परिवार के पास मनरेगा का जाॅब कार्ड...राशन कार्ड होगा....
सरकार मुफ्त में चावल व आटा दे ही रही है....जनधन खाते होंगे तो मुफ्त में  2000 रु. भी मिल गए होंगे और आगे भी मिलते रहेंगे...
फिर थोड़ा काम करने की नीयत वाला हुआ तो दस्सी पंजी का काम वहाँ भी ढूँढ ही लेगा...

बहुत हो गया भाई मजदूर-मजदूर अब....

अब मेरी उन लोगों से गुजारिश है....जो सड़कों पर मजबूर,मजलूम,मासूम भूखे मजदूरों की सेवा में लगे थे....कि भाईयों...
जरा उसके बारे में सोचिये...

जो लाखों कि लिमिट बनवा कर हजारों का ब्याज भर कर लाखों का माल उधारी भर कर दुकान बन्द किये बैठा है...

जिसने बन्द दुकान में अपने वर्करों को तन्खवाह भी देनी है और सामाजिक दान और एसे मजलूमों की सेवा का भी दबाव है उस पर...

उस पर जिनको उधार दिया था...वो हाथ खडे़ कर गये लाकडाउन के दौेरान..कि जब होगा दे देंगे...

जिसने लाखों रुपये का कर्ज लेकर प्राइवेट कालेज से इंजीनियरिंग  की थी...और अभी कम्पनी में 5 से 8 हजार की नौकरी पर लगा था (मजदूरों को मिलने वाली मजदूरी से भी कम) लेकिन मजबूरीवश अमीरों की तरह रहता था....बचत शून्य मल्लब जीरो...मल्लब निल बटे सन्नाटा थी...


उसकी सोचो...जिसने अभी अभी नयी नयी वकालत शुरू की थी...दो -चार साल तक वैसे भी कोई ईंडीपेंडेंट केस नहीं मिलता .....

दो-चार साल के बाद...चार पाँच हजार रुपये महीना मिलना शुरू होता है....लेकिन मजबूरीवश वो भी अपनी गरीबी का प्रदर्शन नहीं कर पाता....

और चार छ: साल के बाद.. जब थोड़ा कमाई बढ़ती है, दस पंद्रह हजार होती हैं तो भी..लोन वोन लेकर...कार वार खरीदने की मजबूरी आ जाती है....

बड़ा आदमी दिखने की मजबूरी जो होती है...

अब कार की किस्त भी तो भरनी है....

और जरा उसके बारे में भी सोचो....जो सेल्स मैन एरिया मैनेजर का तमगा लिये घूमता था...
बंदे को भले ही आठ हज़ार रुपए महीना मिले, लेकिन कभी अपनी गरीबी का प्रदर्शन नहीं किया...

उनके बारे में भी सोचिये जो बीमा ऐजेंट...सेल्स एजेंट बने मुस्कुराते थे...आपसे जलालत सहते हुए भी आपके आगे पीछे घूमते थे...क्यूँकि थोडी सी कमीशन से उनका घर चलता था....

क्या हो रहा होगा उनका....कुछ सोचा है...??

आप कार की एजेंसी पहुंचे नहीं कि कार के लोन दिलाने से ले कर कार की डिलीवरी दिलाने तक के लिये मुस्कुराते हुए....साफ सुथरे कपड़े में... आपके सामने हाजिर....

बदले में कोई कुछ हजार रुपये महीना...

लेकिन अपनी गरीबी का रोना नहीं रोते...

आत्म सम्मान के साथ जीवन जीते...

मैंने संघर्ष करते बहुत वकील,इंजीनियर,पत्रकार,ऐजेंट,सेल्समेन,छोटे- मंझोले दुकानदार,क्लर्क,बाबू,स्कूली  माटसाब,धोबी,सैलून वाले... देखे हैं …….

अंदर भले ही चड्डी-बनियान फटी हो...मगर अपनी गरीबी का प्रदर्शन नहीं करते...

और…और...और...

इनके पास न तो मुफ्त में चावल पाने वाला राशन कार्ड है...न ही जनधन का खाता...यहाँ तक कि ज्यादातर गैस की सब्सिडी भी छोड़ चुके हैं....

ऊपर से मोटर साइकिल या कार की किस्त ब्याज सहित देनी है...


बेटी-बेटे की एक माह की फीस बिना स्कूल भेजे ही इतनी देना है, जितने में दो लोगों का परिवार आराम से एक महीने खा सकता है...

पर गरीबी का प्रदर्शन न करने की उसकी आदत ने उसे सरकारी स्कूल से लेकर सरकारी अस्पताल तक से दूर कर दिया है....

ऐसे ही टाईपिस्ट,स्टेनो,रिसेप्सनिस्ट,ऑफिस बॉय जैसे लोगो का वर्ग है....


अब ऐसा वर्ग क्या करे ?
वो तो...फेसबुक पर बैठ कर अपना दर्द भी नहीं लिख सकता है...बड़ा आदमी दिखने की मजबूरी जो है...

मजदूरों को सड़क पर चलता देख कर आपको बहुत दुख होता है....

लेकिन...
क्या आपको हकीकत पता है..???

IAS,IPS,PSC का सपना लेकर रात- रात भर जाग कर पढ़ने वाला छात्रों का बहुत बड़ा वर्ग,दस पंद्रह हजार की नौकरी करने वाले नौकरीपेशा तो बहुत पहले ही दिल्ली व इंदौर से पैदल निकल लिये थे...अपनी पहचान छिपाते हुये...मजदूरों के वेश में....

क्यूंकि वो अपनी गरीबी व मजबूरी की दुकान नहीं सजा सकते थे...


अब जो निकल रहे हैं....वो तो अधिकतर अवसरवादी हैं...

ये वही लोग हैं...गरीबी के नाम पर जिनको सब फ्री है....जो कभी टैक्स नहीं देते...
इन सबको तो

1. कारोना टेस्ट फ्री
2. राशन फ्री
3. दाल फ्री
4. मनरेगा चालू (नई दर के साथ)
5. गैस फ्री
6. बिना काम के मजदूरी/पगार चालू....

लेकिन.....जो वर्ग इस सब का भार वहन करता है...वही मध्यम वर्ग सभी जगह दबता है...

उसे...

1. सरकार को बिलों का भुगतान भी करना है...
2. बच्चो की स्कूल फीस भरनी है....
3. सभी लाइसेंस फीस भरनी है....
4. दुकान, उद्योग पर कर्मचारी को बिना काम तन्ख्वाह देनी है...
5. बिना दुकान खोले, किराया,बिजली बिल देना है...
6. बैंक को पूरा ब्याज दे नहीं दिया तो अतिरिक्त भार झेलना है...
7. सरकार को केयर फण्डों रिलीफ फण्डों के नाम पर दान भी देना है...
8. आसपास के जरूरत मन्द को भोजन राशन भी देना है...
9. सेविंग पर ब्याज कम कर दिया है...
10. धंधा करना है तो सरकार के नियम की पालन करना है...
11. भगवान ना करे...बीमार पड़ गया तो ईलाज भी खुद कराना है....5000/- में होता है कोरोना टैस्ट....

काश.....


कि देश का मध्यम वर्ग ऐसा कर पाता....जैसा ये मजबूर,मजलूम,मासूम लोग कर रहे हैं...

जिसको दे रहे हैं वही सरकारें इस मध्यम वर्ग की बदहाली का आलम नहीं समझ रही.....तो क्या कहें....


इतना ही कहूँगा...

सभी पक्ष, विपक्ष के नेताओं से निवेदन है कि……..
https://bit.ly/2TJzxcy
मध्यम वर्ग के बारे में भी सोचें....जो कभी किसी भी सरकार से कुछ मांगता नहीं....सिर्फ देता ही है....

अभी वो भी बहुत मजबूर हैं...

कहीं एसा ना हो कि वो भी सड़कों पर उतरने को मजबूर हो जाये...
🙏🙏🙏




Tuesday, 26 May 2020

Be a Leader Not a Boss

Be a Leader Not a Boss
Being promoted to a management role may seem like a great accomplishment, but many professionals find the responsibility to be more challenging than they imagined. Merely being someone's boss doesn't mean you are a good leader.

1.     Bosses command; leaders influence: 
A key difference is that a boss's authority comes from their position, whereas a leader's authority comes from their ability to influence others. "A boss is there to ensure that employees follow the rules of an organization, but a leader will encourage others to think for themselves to achieve the desired ends, "A boss will need to give orders to instruct others what to do, but a leader can inspire others to find the best way forward, while motivating them to maximize their potential. You can grow your influences by caring for your team, listening to their thoughts and ideas, and sharing the 'why' behind the decisions and actions that you take. This is a second step in leadership, but it makes all the difference, and people will follow you because they want to, and not just because they have to.
2.     Bosses explain; leaders inspire:
You shouldn't just explain a task and leave it in your employee's hands. A boss ensures you understand your work, while a leader supports and guides you through it. The biggest difference between a leader and a boss is that a good leader inspires people and makes them excited about their work. Success takes passion; without the desire to complete tasks, workers won't be as driven to give their best performances. As their leader, you should motivate them by letting them know the importance of their work.

3.     Bosses discipline; leaders’ mentor:
Employees are human, and mistakes are to be expected. Who you are as a boss is evident in how you deal with mishaps? While bosses are more likely to use a reward/punishment system to discourage poor behavior, great leaders understand that employees benefit from encouragement and mentorship. If an employee performs well in a specific line of work, that strength should be recognized and mastered. One key element of leadership is the ability to harness the talents of others to achieve a common goal. It's important to note the strengths and weaknesses of each employee and mentor them independently. Rather than attacking skill gaps, work to patch them by guiding employees through their shortcomings and building their confidence in new areas.
4.  Bosses delegate tasks; leaders delegate authority:
A boss focuses on the objectives of their department and is stringent in following protocol to achieve those goals. They think for the short term, delegate tasks to their subordinates and tend to micromanage. whereas a leader will set the long-term vision for the team and use it as "a key motivator. A boss gets results by telling people what to do and is concerned with doing it right. A leader is skilled at results by enabling their team to figure out what to do, is concerned with doing what is right. Leaders seek to drive commitment by setting an example for others to follow and inspire others by encouraging development. They are comfortable delegating authority and avoid micromanaging, preferring to see others develop. Utilizing their excellent communication and negotiation skills, they will influence others for the overall benefit of the organization.
5.   Bosses are above the team; leaders are part of the team:
A boss doesn't take the time to get to know their employees like a leader does. Bosses view their team members as subordinates, whereas leaders let go of this hierarchical distinction and view their team members as equal contributors. To be a leader, it's important that you facilitate positive relationships with your employees. Work with their needs and create a culture that encourages open communication. By getting to know your team better, you'll be able to understand how to explain your vision in a way that will really connect with each person. This means you can personalize the way you motivate people. Good leaders are genuine and loyal. You set an example for your company. If you lack passion or motivation, odds are your team will too. Don't be afraid to be human – be real and express your emotions to connect with your workers.