Tuesday, March 1, 2011

Feb 2011 - Achievers

Feb 2011 issue of ezine is the 'Diamond Jubilee' edition.  That is the 60th edition.  This ezine PreSense completes five years successfully with this edition.  This edition is dedicated to our readers.
In this edition, we have focussed on the theme 'Achievers'.  We are carrying exclusive interviews with Dr Subramanian Swamy, President of Janata Party on the topic 'Perseverance'.
We also carry an exclusive interview with Mr M Narendra, Chairman and Managing Director of Indian Overseas Bank.  He has given useful tips for career growth and success.
We have also shared some of the interesting and inspiring anecdotes from the speech of Mr Gopalakrishna Gandhi, Former Governor of West Bengal.  
This ezine may be downloaded form the following link (300 k in pdf):
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Wednesday, February 2, 2011

Jan 2011 - Email Communication tips

Jan 2011 issue of ezine PreSense deals with the various aspects of EMail communication, viz. origin of email, challenges, irritants, interesting facts about email messages, managing spam messages, email etiquette, and many more.  We also conducted an online snap survey during the first week of Jan 2011 and the results are also published in this edition.  Some of the readers, raised some questions on email comunication.  We have published the response from experts.
The ezine may be downloaded form the following link: (395 k in pdf)
Please review the video review of this edition.

Preview of the ezine.

Saturday, January 1, 2011

Dec 2010 - Post 1990: whether youth have gained or lost?

After 1990 liberalisation, India has shown enormous growth in the economic front.  Many youngsters earn lot of money, compared to the youth of earlier generation.   At the same time, discussions are going on every where that youth have lost more than what they have gained.  Since this involves the future of our country, we conducted an online snap survey in the first week of December 2010 to get the views of our readers.
According to the survey, more than 70 percent of the respondents feel that Indian youth have gained more in economic front, educational opportunities and technology.  At the same time, more than 70 percent of the respondents feel that they have also lost heavily in health, family relationship, maintenance of culture.   They also feel that human values are not given importance.
With this background, we formed a panel with 8 members representing various states and  age group to debate on this important issue.  They conducted an e-debate  among themselves and discussed various dimensions of this issue through email.
In this edition of ezine, we have dealt with this theme comprehensively and also explored some solutions to reduce the negative impact of post 1990 scenario.
This edition may be downloaded from the following link
Please listen to the introduction given by Ms Shaifali Veda, Guest Editor of this ezine. 

Please see the preview of the ezine

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