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09/08/2020

After Tiktok, now look at Microsoft's native app ShareChat, which can cost Rs. 750 crore investment

After Tiktok, now look at Microsoft's native app ShareChat, which can cost Rs. 750 crore investment



  • If this deal is done, it will be one third of the total valuation of the sharechat



New Delhi. While American tech giant Microsoft is in the final stages of negotiating the purchase of Tiktok, there are reports that it will also invest in ShareChat. According to the report, Microsoft Corporation may invest 10 100 million (approximately Rs. 750 crore) in ShareChat. However, Sherchat has declined to comment.


Attempts to obtain investment from existing investors


Sharechat is trying to get money from its existing investors. Instead of shaking hands with a new investor he is in discussions with old investors. Earlier, Twitter had invested 10 100 million (approximately Rs 750 crore) in ShareChat. The company was valued at 65 650 million (approximately Rs 48,000 crore) at the time.



Sources said the talks are at an early stage and if the deal goes through, Microsoft will invest Rs. 750 crore. This investment will help Sherchat grow its business. This is because there are many challenges facing the Indian application after the ban on the Chinese application.


Sharechat is a four year old social media platform


Sharechat is a 4 year old social media platform. The company currently has over 150 million registered users, while more than 60 million monthly active users. Currently, users spend about 25 minutes per day on its platform. This application is available in 15 languages. These include Hindi, Malayalam, Gujarati, Marathi, Punjabi, Telugu, Tamil, Bengali, Oriya, Kannada, Assamese, Haryanvi, Rajasthani, Bhojpuri and Urdu. Share chat is available on both Android and iOS platforms, where users can download and use it.

Launched video sharing app Moj
ShareChat recently launched a video sharing application moj like TikTok. More than 1 million downloads were made before the app was launched for users. So far this app has received over 4 thousand reviews. Sherchet made the decision when the Indian government banned 59 Chinese applications, including TikTok. Moj has been created as an alternative to Tiktok.

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05/08/2020

IRDA allows life insurance companies to issue e-insurance policies, this facility will be valid for all insurance policies

IRDA allows life insurance companies to issue e-insurance policies, this facility will be valid for all insurance policies


  • Policyholders will get a free look period of 30 days
  • If a customer asks for a hard copy, companies will have to send it


Delhi. The Insurance Regulatory and Development Authority (IRDA) has allowed life insurance companies to issue electronic insurance policies (e-policies) in view of the growing outbreak of the corona virus and the consequent lockdown. The IRDA said in a circular that the exemption would be valid for all insurance policies issued during the year 2020-21.


The policy can also be returned within the free look period

If the customer is not satisfied with the policy after receiving the e-policy, he can return it during the free look period. According to the IRDA, life and health insurance companies are required to give policyholders a free look period of 30 days.

The customer can also ask for a hard copy if he wants

According to the IRDA, if a customer asks for a hard copy or document, companies will have to send it to the customer. The IRDA has also allowed life insurers to send their investment returns electronically every quarter.


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The IRDA had alerted about the fraud

Recently, the IRDA warned people about fraud. The IRDA has asked insurance companies or registered agents to take out an insurance policy. According to the IRDA, many people deceive people by posing as insurance agents. Therefore, it is important to be on guard against such people.
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23/07/2020

Find out the list of skill development courses required to get a new job

Find out the list of skill development courses required to get a new job



  • Information on topics including accounting, HR, finance, marketing can be found in IIMBX's Micromasters Program in Business Management course
  • HarvardX's Datascience course can be done to develop skills in the field of Data Science



According to a report, by the year 2030, 14% of people worldwide will have to develop new skills to get a new job to avoid unemployment. So people who update themselves and learn new skills will benefit. If you want to learn new skills for a new job, you can develop your skills with the help of short courses. Let's find out what these short courses are ...

The Entrepreneurial Age - London Business School
If you want to start a business you need to have knowledge of entrepreneurship. This London Business School program will enhance your skills and help you find answers to your questions related to finance. Also in this program, investors will get tips on how to agree for your business. The course is of 12 weeks duration.

Micromasters Program in Business Management-IIMBX
Learning business management is essential for personal growth in any field. This course of IIM Bangalore is of 10 months duration. This course provides information on topics including accounting, HR, finance, marketing. There is also an opportunity to participate in IIMB's on-campus programs.

Datascience course-harvardX
According to a report, 1.5 lakh people will get job opportunities in the field of data science in the country by the year 2020, which is 62% more than last year. This HarvardX Professional course develops a skill set among students in a case study. It also includes useful R-programming in data miners and statisticians. It is used in software creation and data analysis.

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Micromasters Program in Supply Chain Management - MITX
According to a report by the Fortune and Materials Handling Institute, about 2.70 lakh new opportunities arise every year in the supply chain management sector. To take advantage of this, you can take part in this course and learn about supply chain analytics, design, technology, dynamics and end-to-end supply chain management.
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22/07/2020

Great relief to the parents of the High Court, exemption from paying fees till the school reopens

Great relief to the parents of the High Court, exemption from paying fees till the school reopens




Ahmedabad. The Gujarat High Court has given a big relief to the parents in the matter of school fees. He slammed the schools which were collecting fees during the Corona period and said that the schools do not demand fees till they open, school administrators cannot force the parents on the issue of fees.

District Education Officer will have to take action if schools push for fees: High Court



Fees were collected from parents by some schools amid the Corona epidemic. Hearing the non-disclosure petition filed in the Gujarat High Court, the High Court ruled that school administrators could not demand fees until the schools reopened. The High Court said that schools cannot force parents for fees until the schools start. If schools force you to pay fees, the district education officer will have to take action. The order of the High Court has given great relief to the guardians of Gujarat in paying the fees.



The fee case has come against the news of relieving the parents. Gujarat High Court has given a big relief to the parents in the matter of school fees. The High Court has said that school administrators cannot demand school fees until the schools reopen. Amid the Corona crisis, the High Court has slammed school administrators for charging exorbitant fees. Schools cannot force parents to pay fees until school starts. The DEO will have to take action if the school does not force the payment of fees. A non-disclosure petition was filed in the High Court under pressure from schools to pay student fees during Corona's difficult times.







Corona epidemic is currently going on in the entire country including Gujarat. Corona is affecting many people in business and employment. On the other hand, many schools are demanding school fees for their children. The state government has given a big relief to the parents who are in financial straits. The state education department has passed an important resolution on school fees, ordering schools not to ask for fees until school starts on March 22. If the parents have paid fees other than tuition fees, they have been ordered to compensate at the beginning of school.








Not only that, if the fee is not paid, the admission is also ordered not to be canceled. "All schools in the country have been declared closed since March 16 due to the Corona epidemic," the resolution said. Periodic lockdowns were announced by the Central Government. Schools were closed in that circumstance. Even in the present situation, there is a ban on starting educational institutions as per the instructions of the Central Government in this regard.

The new academic session of schools in the state was to start from June 8, but the schools could not actually start as per the above instructions. However, in order to provide home-based education to the students, the state government has issued instructions to carry out educational work under Home Learning from the June 5 resolution. Which is binding on all schools.




The notification of the Department of Education dated 17th July, 2020 has made provision for fees for alternative activity-facilities, according to which the fee for the same can be collected only from the students who are availing the benefit of such activity. Fees fixed by the school for extracurricular activities when schools are currently closed will not be charged from any student until the schools start regularly. If a parent has paid such a fee, the amount will have to be reimbursed in the fees charged at the time when the schools start regularly. This means that no fees can be charged for services that the school does not provide.



Ashka Jani / Atul Tiwari / Ahmedabad: News has come out that parents are getting relief in case of fees. Gujarat High Court has given a big relief to the parents in the matter of school fees. The High Court has said that school administrators cannot demand school fees until the schools reopen. Amid the Corona crisis, the High Court has slammed school administrators for charging exorbitant fees.

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 Schools cannot force parents to pay fees until school starts. The DEO will have to take action if the school does not force the payment of fees. A non-disclosure petition was filed in the High Court under pressure from schools to pay student fees during Corona's difficult times.

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20/07/2020

NEWS ABOUT SCHOOL OPENING IN GUJARAT

NEWS ABOUT SCHOOL OPENING IN GUJARAT



  • Bhupendrasinh Chudasama worships at Shulpaneshwar temple near Gora in Narmada district
  • A committee has been formed on the curriculum, as per their decision, 20 or 30 per cent of the curriculum will be kept: Education Minister



Rajpipla. State Education Minister Bhupendrasinh Chudasama has been worshiping at Shulpaneshwar in Gora in Narmada district for the last 22 years. Today, on Monday, the Education Minister performed pooja at Shulpaneshwar temple. At the time, the education minister had spoken of not rushing to start schools in the state and taking action against schools that talked of charging fees.




Curriculum committee has been formed: Education Minister
Education Minister Bhupendrasinh Chudasama said that through webinars, May has discussed with academics and doctors. We will form a committee on the issue of curriculum and we will also decide on the curriculum and we will decide on 20 or 30 per cent of the curriculum. We will take action against schools that are currently talking about charging fees.



Education has not stopped in the Corona epidemic
He further said that even in the midst of the Corona virus epidemic, education has not stopped. Books are delivered to the students by the teachers. In addition, online education is ongoing.
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18/07/2020

What is the biggest decision taken regarding Pan-Masala in Gujarat? Know what decision the association took?

What is the biggest decision taken regarding Pan-Masala in Gujarat? Know what decision the association took?


Corona is being seen all over Gujarat and the number of positive cases is increasing day by day and the Gujarat government has taken an important decision. Gujarat Pan-Masala Shop Owners Association has taken an important decision regarding Pan-Masala. From now on, there will be no mash or funky at the pan-masala shop, only parcels will be available.

The Gujarat Pan-Mamala Shop Owners Association has now taken an important decision to prevent the transmission of corona. From now on only parcels will be available at Pan Parlor. From now on, pan-masala or funki will not be made available in shops.






Importantly, the Gujarat government had issued a notification a few days back stating strict rules on spitting in public. The government will impose a fine of Rs 10,000 for spitting outside a pan parlor or in public.

From today, only parcels will be available at Pan-Masala shop in Gujarat. The Pan-Masala Shop Honors Association has taken this decision due to the increasing transition to corona. Not making masala on the street will also solve issues like crowd, social distance, spitting of pan-masala.

The collector has banned the opening of panna-galla and tea kettles in Jamnagar and Dhrol from today till July 26. In view of the increasing prevalence of corona in the district, the district collector issued a notification and ordered the closure.



An important decision has been taken by the Amreli district administration in view of the increasing transition to Corona. In Amreli urban area, the collector has issued a notification to keep tea-snack lorries and pan masala shops completely closed from July 20 to 25. Merchants wishing to start after July 25 will have to obtain a mandatory health card. Collector Ayush has taken one more important decision after reopening the OK Chavand checkpost.

The fine for spitting in public in the city on July 13 has been increased from Rs 200 to Rs. It was decided to impose a fine of Rs 10,000 on the shopkeepers if they do not stop spitting at the shopkeepers. Following which, the Gujarat Pan Masala Shop Owners Association took an important decision today and said that from tomorrow, masala will not be made live on every pan-masala shop. Customers will be given parcels of pan-masala. Due to which the question of crowd or social distance will also be solved.



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Three days ago AMC sealed 500 gallons
Three days ago Muni. As many as 376 leaves were sealed by Tantra on the first day of the campaign. The next day, about 130 leaves were sealed. As many as 506 large streets in the city were sealed off, sparking political uproar. The meeting of the chief workers of almost all the wards is in such a leafy alley or they have relations with the owners of the alley. This situation put tremendous pressure on political leaders from all over the city. The campaign against Panna Galla is believed to have been politically pressured by BJP workers and some Congress leaders. Following this pressure, Muni has been working since Tuesday morning. The action taken by the team against Pan's alleys was stopped.
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