Found 16 Articles for Administration

What is Single Sign On (SSO)?

Bhanu Priya
Updated on 21-Mar-2022 09:44:34
Single sign-on (SSO) is a meeting and client validation administration (service) that allows a client to utilize one lot of login certifications - for instance, a name and secret key - to get to numerous applications.SSO can be utilized by endeavours, littler associations, and people to facilitate the administration of different usernames and passwords.In an essential web SSO administration, an operator module on the application server recovers the particular validation qualifications for an individual client from a committed SSO arrangement server, while confirming the client against a client storehouse, An example of SSO is a Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) ... Read More

Exam Guidance for CAT (Common Admission Test)

Samual Sam
Updated on 28-Jan-2020 12:39:21
In a world obsessed with the word ‘Management’, MBA has become one of the most sought after degrees. Management and entrepreneurship often go hand-in-hand. Most of the startup CEOs and corporate honchos are MBA degree holders. CAT which stands for Common Admission Test is a much bandied about entrance exam especially when it comes to aspirants. To make a mark for themselves and subsequently join elite institutions such as Indian Institutes of Managements, Faculty of Management Studies etc., aspirants have to score a decent percentile in CAT. With the number of students taking CAT escalating to new heights, the sense ... Read More

What is the secret of success of companies situated in Silicon Valley, CA?

Knowledge base
Updated on 30-Jul-2019 22:30:24
Silicon Valley is the place with loads of opportunity and a lot of investors whom the entrepreneurs with skills and talent can strike, with a sound business idea. They say that the success of Silicon Valley is so hard to replicate. The talented techies of this San Francisco Bay’s southern end have great abilities to integrate their innovative ideas with business strategies which bring success in both the ways.New Ways for New ThoughtsSilicon Valley extremely focuses on innovative ideas. The young entrepreneurs try to make out these innovative thoughts from different instances.Identifying the actual needs of users and bringing those ... Read More

What are the duties of chief minister in Indian constitution?

Shanmukh Pasumarthy
Updated on 30-Jul-2019 22:30:24
The elected head of the government of the states in India is called as the Chief Minister of that particular state or union territory. The governor appoints the Chief Minister following elections to the state legislative assembly. The party with the majority of votes will elect their leader, the candidate for Chief Minister, who is invited by the governor to swear in as Chief Minister of State. The Chief Minister's term lasts for typically for 5 years, or until next General Elections. However, there is no limit for the number of terms he can serve.To be eligible for the post ... Read More

What are the duties of a prime minister in Indian constitution?

Shanmukh Pasumarthy
Updated on 30-Jul-2019 22:30:24
The Prime Minister of India is the head of government and pioneer of the executive branch of the Government of India. The Prime Minister is likewise the chief counselor to the President of India and is also the leader of the Council of Ministers.The Prime Minister can be an individual from any of the two places of Parliament (the Lok Sabha or the Rajya Sabha), however, must be the chief of the political party, having a superiority in the Lok Sabha.The Prime Minister is the senior individual from the bureau in the official branch of government in a parliamentary framework. ... Read More

At the union level the prime minister heads the government; at the state level, the chief ministers head the government; who heads the government at the district level?

Dev Kumar
Updated on 25-Jun-2020 14:28:43
In India, the prime minister is at the helm of affairs at the center and the chief ministers in the states. A state is divided into several districts each of which is administered by district collectors. The districts, in turn, are subdivided into tehsils, mandals, taluqs, Nagar panchayats, village panchayats etc.Who Can Qualify to Be A Collector?Only an Indian Administrative Service (IAS) member is qualified to be appointed as a district collector. There are three types of district collectors:The IAS officers are a direct recruit having successfully qualified after passing out the UPSC-conducted civil services examination. They are young in ... Read More

What are the best ways to run a meeting?

Dev Kumar
Updated on 19-May-2022 08:18:32
One of the prime objectives of meetings is to discuss critical issues with peer decision-makers and decide on something tangible. Corporate meetings can't be for 'agreeing to disagree' - such outcomes are more suitable for negotiations with agitating trade unions where you buy time to set up the agenda for the next meeting, and so forth.If you happen to be the leader who is presiding over the meeting, it goes without saying that you ought to be in charge of the meeting and for that, you will need more than your position in the organization - to set the agenda.Maximum ... Read More

What would you do if you were the Prime Minister of India?

Rashmi Iyer
Updated on 27-Jun-2020 14:23:41
Prime Minister is considered to be the nucleus of the council of ministers in India. His/ her role remains the most crucial for accelerating the country on the path of progress. Prime Minister heads the various ministries of the country that deal with Union as well as the Concurrent list.As a Prime Minister, here are some of the topics that I would initiate a change.Educational changeThe foundation for the development of the country is laid through education. If we fail to provide an excellent education to our children, we are actually creating a future filled with darkness devoid of problem-solvers ... Read More

What are the duties of the President of India?

Rashmi Iyer
Updated on 27-Jun-2020 14:28:03
The President is the head of the Republic of India who is elected indirectly by the Electoral College by the means of a single transferable vote. In India, it is the Prime Minister and the council of ministers that form the real executive. The President is the nominal head as She/he has to act on the advice of the Council of Ministers headed by the Prime Minister as per Article 74 (1) of the Indian Constitution.However, the President plays a very important role to perform the function and discharge duties in the following areas:Administrative − The President appoints various officials ... Read More

Is caste-wise reservation a boon or a bane for India?

Rashmi Iyer
Updated on 27-Jun-2020 14:56:30
“You cannot build anything on the foundation of caste. Anything that you will build on the foundations of caste will crack and will never be a whole”- Dr. B.R. AmbedkarThe institution of caste in India came into existence mainly to create a division of labor and specialization in the economy. However, what caste system turned out to become over a period of time has till date remained one of the worst social issues deep-rooted in Indian society. It has marginalized the lower castes in such a manner that becoming a part of mainstream society has become a distant dream for ... Read More