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India top 10 millionaire in 2020

India top 10 millionaire in 2020

1. Mukesh Ambani

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Reliance Group Chairman Mukesh Ambani continued to dominate the Indian billionaire sphere with a net worth of $50 billion. A Stanford dropout, Ambani jumped six positions to feature at the 13th spot on the World’s Billionaire list this year. He was ranked 19th last year.

“Ambani chairs and runs $60 billion (revenue) oil and gas giant Reliance Industries, among India’s most valuable companies,” Forbes said. “In 2016, Reliance sparked a price war in India’s hyper-competitive telecom market with the launch of 4G phone service Jio.” Jio, it said, has signed on 280 million customers by offering free domestic voice calls, dirt-cheap data services and virtually free smartphones.

Azim Premji

Azim premji

Wipro founder Azim Premji occupied the second spot in India’s richest list for the second year in a row with a net worth of $22.6 bn. Premji has been ranked at 36th place in the Forbes World’s Billionaire’s list this year. Premji’s $8.4 bn (revenue) Wipro is India’s third-largest outsourcer, Forbes stated.

Like Ambani, Premji is a Standford University dropout who gave up studies in 1966 to look after the family’s cooking oil business when his father died, expanding it into software. Wipro has an innovation centre in Silicon Valley, which is focused on developing new technologies and collaborating with startups.

In September 2018, Wipro won a landmark $1.6 billion,10-year contract from Alight Solutions of Illinois, Forbes said.

 

 

 

Shiv Nadar

Shiv nadar

HCL co-founder Shiv Nadar jumped three places to finish at third on India’s billionaire’s list with a net worth of $14.6 bn. He is ranked at 82nd in the world’s billionaire list this year.

According to Forbes, Nadar chairs HCL Technologies, an $8.2 billion (revenue) company that is India’s fourth-largest software services provider. In December 2018, HCL Technologies agreed to buy some software products from IBM for $1.8 billion.

Nadar is also a philanthropist and donated $662 million to his Shiv Nadar Foundation, which backs education-related causes.

 

Lakshmi Mittal

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Steel magnate Lakshmi Mittal, with a net worth of $13.6 bn, slipped one place to fourth on India’s richest list this year. He is ranked 91st in the world rankings.

Mittal merged his company Mittal Steels with France’s Arcelor in 2006, leading to the formation of world’s biggest steelmaker ArcelorMittal. Mittal is the CEO of this joint venture now.

Benefiting from an uptick in steel, the company reported double-digit growth in net profit to $5.1 billion in 2018 on revenue of $76 billion, Forbes said.

In 2018, ArcelorMittal acquired Italy’s loss-making steel group Ilva at $2.1 bn and also made a $5.9 bn bid for bankrupt Essar Steel, which was accepted by Essar’s creditors.

 

 

Uday Kotak

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Kotak Mahindra Bank’s Uday Kotak, with a net worth of $11.8 bn, jumped seven places to be ranked at 5th in India’s richest billionaire list this year. He is ranked 114th in the world’s billionaire’s list.

His Kotak Mahindra Bank is now among India’s top four banks in the private sector, boosted by its 2014 acquisition of ING Bank’s Indian operations. Since its March 2017 launch, Kotak’s 811 digital banking app, which offers zero-balance accounts, has expanded the customer base to 16 million, Forbes stated.

 

 

KM Birla, Radhakishan Damani & family

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Aditya Birla Group Chairman Kumar Mangalam Birla and investor Radhakishan Damani share the 6th place in India’s richest list this year with a net worth of USD 11.1 bn. They jumped 3 and 5 places respectively from their last year’s ranking.

Birla and Damani are ranked 122nd in the world list.

Kumar Birla is the fourth generation head of the storied, $44.3 billion (revenue) Aditya Birla Group. In August 2018, Birla completed the merger between his Idea Cellular and Vodafone India to form Vodafone Idea, India’s largest telecom firm.

 

Damani holds stakes in a range of companies, from tobacco firm VST industries to beer maker United Breweries. His property portfolio includes the 156-room Radisson Blu Resort in Alibaug, a popular beach-front getaway close to Mumbai.

 

Cyrus Poonawalla

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Vaccine tycoon Cyrus Poonawalla, with a net worth of $9.5 bn, jumped eight places to 7th in the India’s richest list this year. He is ranked 147th in the world’s richest list.

Poonawalla founded Serum Institute of India in 1966 and built it into one of the world’s largest vaccine makers. Serum produces 1.5 billion doses annually of a range of vaccines, including for measles, polio and flu, Forbes said.

 

 

Gautam Adani

Adani Group Chairman Gautam Adani, with a net worth of $8.7 bn, jumped two positions to 8th in India’s richest this year. Adani is ranked 167th in the world’s richest list.

His $12 billion Adani Group spans over power generation and transmission, real estate and commodities. Adani also controls Mundra Port, India’s largest, in his home state of Gujarat.

In August 2018, Adani completed the $2.6 billion acquisition of Anil Ambani-owned Reliance Infrastructure’s power business in Mumbai. Adani has entered the petrochemicals sector in a $2.6 billion joint venture with Germany’s BASF and has also won bids to run six domestic airports.

 

 

Dilip Shanghvi

Sun Pharma founder Dilip Shanghvi, with a net worth of $7.6 bn, slipped one place to 9th in India’s richest list this year. He is ranked 191st in the world list.

Shanghvi’s Sun Pharma is the world’s fourth-largest speciality generics maker and India’s most valuable pharma outfit with March 2018 revenues of $3.6 billion, Forbes noted.

 

 

Nusli Wadia

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Wadia Group Chairman Nusli Wadia, with a net worth of $7 bn, jumped eight places to 10th in India’s richest list this year. Wadia is ranked 209th in the world list.

Wadia Group’ group companies include Britannia Industries, home textiles company Bombay Dyeing and budget airline GoAir.

 

 

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भारत में रेलगाड़ी के सबसे पीछे वाले डिब्बे पर X लिखा होता है. इसका मतलब क्या होता है ?

भारत में रेलगाड़ी के सबसे पीछे गार्ड वाले डिब्बे पर काले बैकग्राउंड पर पीले रंग से एक बड़ा सा क्रास (X) बना होता है।

यह स्टेशन मास्टर के लिये एक संकेत होता है कि पूरी की पूरी रेलगाड़ी मेरे स्टेशन से निकल चुकी है, उसका कोई हिस्सा ब्लाक सैक्शन में नहीं रहा।

तब वह पिछले स्टेशन को दूसरी गाड़ी छोड़ने के लिये अनुमति, जिसे लाइन क्लियर देना कहते हैं, देता है। दो रेलवे स्टेशनों के बीच की दूरी को ब्लाक सैक्शन कहते हैं।

कृपया इस चित्र के बारे में एक नोट नीचे पढ़ें।

ऊपर चित्र में देखिये एक बड़ा पीले रंग का क्रास भी है और नीचे दाँयीं और एक गोलाकार तख्ती भी टंगी हुयी है जिसपर LV लिखा हुआ है।

इस LV का अर्थ होता है ‘ Last Vehicle’, इस बोर्ड को टाँगना गार्ड की जिम्मेदारी होती है। यह उसकी लाइन पेटी में हमेशा होता है।

ड्यूटी आफ होते समय वह अपना LV बोर्ड निकाल लेता है और ड्यूटी पर आने वाला दूसरा गार्ड अपना बोर्ड टाँग देता है।

रात में बोर्ड की जगह लाल लाइट वाला टेल लैम्प टाँगा जाता है। क्रास के साथ यह LV बोर्ड दिन में और रैड लाइट वाला टेल लैम्प रात में जरूरी है।

इसकी जरूरत क्यों महशूस हुयी। फर्ज करो स्टेशन A से एक गाड़ी चली और ब्लॉक सैक्शन में उसकी कपलिंग टूट गयी और आधी अधूरी गाड़ी स्टेशन B पर पहुँची और स्टेशन B ने यह समझ कर कि गाड़ी तो निकल गयी वह स्टेशन A को दूसरी गाड़ी छोड़ने के लिए लाइन क्लियर दे देगा और वह गाड़ी ब्लाक सैक्शन में पिछली गाड़ी के छूटे हुये डिब्बों से टकरा जायेगी और एक बहुत बड़ा एक्सीडेंट हो जायेगा।

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कीमत आसमान पर: नालंदा में 120 रुपए किलो प्याज तो 160 रुपए लहसुन

आसमान छूती प्याज की कीमत आम आदमी की कमर तोड़ दी है। नगर के बाजारों में प्याज 120 रुपए किलो तो लहसुन 160 रुपए प्रति किलो बिक रहा है। बढ़ती महंगाई से आम लोग परेशान हैं। गरीब लोगों के थाली से प्याज गायब हो रही है।

 

बरबीघा के दुकानदार संजीव कुमार ने बताते हैं कि प्याज महंगा होने के कारण खरीदारों की संख्या कम हो गयी है। इससे दुकानदारों की आमदनी भी घट गयी है। मोलभाव के बाद भी बहुत कम लोग ही प्याज खरीदने की हिम्मत जुटा पाते है। दुकानदारों ने बताया कि लोकल मंडी में लहसुन तो मिल जाता है। परंतु, लोकल प्याज गायब हो गया है। बाहर से प्याज भी बहुत कम ही आता है। उसपर तुक्का यह कि खरीदार भी नहीं मिलते।

महिला रीना देवी, आशा देवी तथा अन्य ने बताया कि प्याज और लहसुन इतना महंगा हो गया है कि घर का बजट ही बिगड़ रहा है। लाचारी ऐसी कि बिना प्यास के सब्जी बनानी पड़ती है।

होटल तथा फास्ट फूड दुकानों से प्याज गायब: 
महंगाई का असर इतना कि होटल और फास्ट फूड दुकानों से प्याज गायब हो गया है। होटल मालिक दिना चौधरी , मुकेश कुमार, कृष्णा कुमार तथा अन्य ने बताया कि प्याज की बढ़ती कीमतों ने दुकानदारी पर असर पड़ रहा है।

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The great mathematician Shri. Vashishtha Narayan Singh Dies in Patna

The well known mathematician Vashishtha Narayan Singh died in Patna at Patna Medical College and Hospital(PMCH) after prolonged illeness. He was of 74.

While expressing grief over Narayan Singh’s death, Cheif Minister of Bihar Mr. Nitish Kumar said, Mr. Singh’s death is an irreparable loss for state and country.

The chief minister announced that Singh will be cremated with full state honours, an official release said.

Mr. Vashishtha Narayan Singh, who was born at Basantpur village in Bhojpur district, did his schooling from Netarhat school in undivided Bihar.

He studied at Patna Science College after which he went to University of California in 1965 and completed his Ph.D on cycle vector space theory in 1969. Mr. Singh had taught at the Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur and the Indian Statistical Institute, Kolkata.

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दहेज प्रथा : एक सच्चाई

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भारत में दहेज एक पुरानी प्रथा है । मनुस्मृति मे ऐसा उल्लेख आता है कि माता-कन्या के विवाह के समय दाय भाग के रूप में धन-सम्पत्ति, गउवें आदि कन्या को देकर वर को समर्पित करे ।

 

यह भाग कितना होना चाहिए, इस बारे में मनु ने उल्लेख नहीं किया । समय बीतता चला गया स्वेच्छा से कन्या को दिया जाने वाला धन धीरे-धीरे वरपक्ष का अधिकार बनने लगा और वरपक्ष के लोग तो वर्तमान समय में इसे अपना जन्मसिद्ध अधिकार ही मान बैठे हैं ।

 

अखबारों में अब विज्ञापन निकलते है कि लड़के या लडकी की योग्यता इस प्रकार हैं । उनकी मासिक आय इतनी है और उनकी पारिवारिक पृष्ठभूमि बहुत सम्माननीय है । ये सब बातें पढ़कर कन्यापक्ष का कोई व्यक्ति यदि वरपक्ष के यहा जाता है तो असली चेहरा सामने आता है । वरपक्ष के लोग घुमा-फिराकर ऐसी कहानी शुरू करते हैं जिसका आशय निश्चित रूप से दहेज होता है ।

दहेज मांगना और देना दोनों निन्दनीय कार्य हैं । जब वर और कन्या दोनों की शिक्षा-दीक्षा एक जैसी है, दोनों रोजगार में लगे हुए हैं, दोनों ही देखने-सुनने में सुन्दर हैं, तो फिर दहेज की मांग क्यों की जाती है? कन्यापक्ष की मजबूरी का नाजायज फायदा क्यों उठाया जाता है?

 

शायद इसलिए कि समाज में अच्छे वरों की कमी है तथा योग्य लड़के बड़ी मुश्किल से तलाशने पर मिलते हैं । हिन्दुस्तान में ऐसी कुछ जातियां भी हैं जो वर को नहीं, अपितु कन्या को दहेज देकर ब्याह कर लेते हैं; लेकिन ऐसा कम ही होता है । अब तो ज्यादातर जाति वर के लिए ही दहेज लेती हैं ।दहेज प्रथा, जिसमें दुल्हन के परिवार को दूल्हे के परिवार के लिए नकदी के रूप में उपहार देने और कीमती चीजें देना भी शामिल है, की काफी हद तक समाज द्वारा निंदा की जाती है लेकिन कुछ लोगों का तर्क यह भी है कि इसका अपना महत्व है और लोग अभी भी इसका अनुसरण कर रहे हैं तथा यह दुल्हन को कई तरीकों से लाभ पहुँचा रही है।

 

कई दंपति इन दिनों स्वतंत्र रूप से रहना पसंद करते हैं और उनको दहेज में मिली ज्यादातर नकदी, फर्नीचर, कार और अन्य ऐसी संपत्तियां शामिल हैं जो उनके लिए वित्तीय सहायता के रूप में काम करती हैं और उन्हें अपना नया जीवन शुरू करने में मदद करती हैं। शादी के वक़्त दोनों दूल्हा और दुल्हन अपना कैरियर शुरू करते हैं और वे आर्थिक रूप से इतने अच्छे नहीं होते कि वे इतने ज्यादा खर्चों को एक बार में वहन कर सकें। लेकिन क्या यह एक वैध कारण है? यदि यह मामला है तो दुल्हन के परिवार पर पूरा बोझ डालने के बजाए दोनों परिवारों को उन्हें बसाने में निवेश करना चाहिए। इसके अलावा यह यह भी हो सकता है कि यदि दोनों परिवार नव-दम्पति को बिना ऋण वित्तीय सहायता प्रदान करें।

Dowry

कई लोग यह भी तर्क देते हैं कि जो लड़कियां दिखने में अच्छी नहीं होती वे दूल्हे की वित्तीय मांगों को पूरा करके शादी कर लेती हैं। यह दुर्भाग्यपूर्ण है कि लड़कियों को बोझ के रूप में देखा जाता है और जैसे ही वे बीस वर्ष की उम्र पार कर लेती हैं उनके माता-पिता की प्राथमिकता यही रहती है कि वे उनकी शादी कर दें। ऐसे मामलों में भारी दहेज देना और यह बुरी प्रथा उन लोगों के लिए वरदान जैसी होती है जो अपनी बेटियों के लिए दूल्हा खरीदने में सक्षम हैं। हालांकि अब ऐसा समय है जब ऐसी सोच को बदलना चाहिए।

 

दहेज प्रथा के समर्थकों द्वारा यह भी माना जाता है कि दुल्हन और उनके परिवार को भारी मात्रा में उपहार उपलब्ध कराने की स्थिति में समाज में उनके परिवार की इज्ज़त बढ़ जाती है। हालांकि आंकड़े बताते हैं कि ज्यादातर मामलों में इसने लड़कियों के खिलाफ काम किया है।

 

दहेज प्रथा के अधिवक्ता इसका समर्थन करने के लिए विभिन्न अनुचित कारणों का समर्थन कर सकते हैं लेकिन तथ्य यह है कि यह पूरी तरह से समाज को अधिक नुकसान पहुंचाता है।

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Ayodhya verdict updates

Ayodhya Verdict LIVE Updates: Entire Disputed Land Goes to Hindus for Ram Mandir, Muslims to Get 5 Acres of Alternate Land

 

Bringing down curtains on the Ram Janmabhoomi-Babri Masjid issue, one of the longest running title disputes in India, the Supreme Court has given the entire disputed 2.77-acre land to the Hindu parties with a trust to be formed by the Centre within three months to monitor the construction of a Ram Temple. The Sunni Waqf Board will be given 5 acres of alternate land, a five-judge bench of the Supreme Court ruled in the unanimous verdict. The Nirmohi Akhara also suffered a setback with the court saying it is not a ‘shebait’ or devotee of the deity Ram Lalla. The CJI Ranjan Gogoi-led bench of Justices SA Bobde, DY Chandrachud, Ashok Bhushan and S Abdul Nazeer, said the Akhara’s suit was barred by limitation.

 

The Ayodhya title suit verdict comes nine years after the 2:1 judgment of the Allahabad High Court that ordered a three-way division of the disputed 2.77 acres of land between the three parties — Ram Lalla, Sunni Waqf Board and the Nirmohi Akhara. The Lucknow Bench of the High Court, on September 30, 2010, held that Hindus and Muslims as joint title holders of the disputed land.

 

Elaborate security arrangements have been made across the country in view of the Babri Masjid-Ram Janmabhoomi ruling. Ayodhya in Uttar Pradesh is on the edge with massive police presence and political leaders, including Prime Minister Narendra Modi, and religious leaders have urged people to maintain peace and respect the verdict. The Uttar Pradeh government has ordered closure of all educational and training institutes till Monday.

 

The High Court held that the land below the central dome, where idols of Lord Ram and other gods have been placed in a makeshift temple, belongs to Hindus. The three judges agreed that Hindus should get the portion under the central dome. The Allahabad High Court judgment ran into excess of 6,000 pages. The High Court verdict was challenged in the Supreme Court, which ordered a stay on it on May 9, 2011.

 

Advancing their arguments in Supreme Court, the Hindus parties have told the apex court that the faith of Hindus cannot be partitioned and claimed possession over the entire dispute site. Nirmohi Akhara, which claims to be ‘Shebait’ (a devotee who serves the deity), has contested the maintainability of the Ram Lalla lawsuit. Akhara has told the apex court that the piece of land is the birthplace of Lord Ram and it belongs to it. Ram Lalla counsels argued that Shebait for the time being is the only person competent to safeguard the interests of the idol, his possession of the dedicated property is the possession of the idol.

 

Earlier, the Supreme Court ordered mediation to resolve the vexed issue but it failed. Finally in August, the top court began hearing in the case. This politically-sensitive matter has already been the second-longest case heard by the apex court in its history.

 

Multi-layered security arrangements have been put in place in the temple town of Ayodhya, which has been turned into a fortress with deployment of sixty companies (90-125 personnel each) of the PAC and paramilitary forces. Drones and CCTV cameras were also being used to monitor the situation. Be it the area near the Ramjanmabhoomi police station, “karyashala” of Ram Janmabhoomi Nyas or other parts of the town, policemen were diligently checking all vehicles. Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Aditynath reviewed the law and order situation in each district and appealed for peace.

 

Similar review meeting were also held in other states following a general advisory issued by Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) on Thursday asking them to deploy adequate security personnel at all sensitive places. Delhi Police has beefed up security across the national capital and stepped up partolling in sensitive areas in the city, officials said, adding social media platforms will also be monitored, the police said. Delhi Police will also initiate strict legal action against those found indulging in any activity which may adversely affect the peace and tranquillity of the society, a senior police officer said.

 

Social media posts and WhatsApp messages that incite communal hatred or violence would draw severe punishment, including jail term, for offenders, the Gautam Buddh Nagar administration said on Friday. The offenders would not only be arrested but action against them would be taken under the Gangsters Act and the National Security Act (NSA), District Magistrate B N Singh said in an official statement. The Noida Police also carried out a flag march in mixed population areas and densely crowded locations.

 

Prime Minister Narendra Modi had on Wednesday asked his ministers and party leaders to refrain from making unnecessary statements on the Ayodhya issue and maintain harmony in the country, according to sources.

 

Clerics and priests of various faiths also renewed their appeal to people to honour the Supreme Court verdict on the Ram Janmabhoomi-Babri Masjid dispute and respect religious sentiments. “We should all respect the judgment. We should exercise restraint and not hurt religious sentiments of any community,” Imam of the Lucknow Eidgah Maulana Khalid Rasheed Firangi Mahali told PTI. He said an all-religious meeting was recently organised at the Islamic Centre here to discuss several aspects before the judgment.

 

Father Donald De Souza, Chancellor of the Catholic Diocese of Lucknow told PTI: “Ours is a functional democracy, and rule of law has to be followed by all. The court’s judgment has to be fully respected by everyone without any bias. This is called ‘sanskaar’.”

 

The apex court had on August 6 commenced day-to-day proceedings in the case as the mediation proceedings initiated to find the amicable resolution had failed. Fourteen appeals have been filed in the apex court against the 2010 Allahabad High Court judgment, delivered in four civil suits, that the 2.77-acre land in Ayodhya be partitioned equally among the three parties — the Sunni Waqf Board, the Nirmohi Akhara and Ram Lalla.

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BEST WAYS TO MAKE MONEY

BEST WAYS TO MAKE MONEY

 

BEST WAYS TO MAKE MONEY

Earning money has always been associated with traditional ‘offline’ ways found in the real world.

With the Internet taking over a large part of our lives, more people are looking to ways to earn money online to increase their financial inflows.

BEST WAYS TO MAKE MONEY :-

1. Freelancing
Freelancing has always been a popular way to earn money online and the Internet has a plethora of options. There are several websites offering freelance tasks for people with varying skills. All you need to do is to create your account, browse through the listings, and apply for the task that suits you.

Some websites may even require you to create a personal listing with the details of your skillset, so that interested clients can contact you directly. Outfiverr.com, upwork.com, freelancer.com, and worknhire.com are some websites that provide freelance jobs. You can earn anywhere between $5 and $100 through these websites.

2. Start your own website
There is enough material available online to help create your own website. This includes choosing the domain, templates, and the design for your website.

Once ready to service the visitors with the relevant content, sign up for Google Adsense, which when appear on your website and clicked by visitors help you make money. The more the traffic you get on your website, the more will be the potential for higher earnings.

3. Affiliate marketing
Once your website is up and running, opt for affiliate marketing by allowing companies to insert web links on to your site. When visitors to your site buy products or services by clicking on such links, you earn out from it.

4. Surveys and searches and reviews
There are several websites offering money to undergo online surveys, carry out online searches, and write reviews on products. To get the credit, one needs to disclose certain information to them including one’s banking details. This is why you should use this route with utmost care.

Some of them may even ask you to register with them before working on projects. The most important watch out in such projects is to stay away from websites offering money that appears too good to be true. Be careful while evaluating the reputation of the website as many of them could be a scam. Most sites promote businesses showing copies of cheque payments which may have been given to the middlemen only.

5. Virtual assistantship
Doing all the corporate stuff from one’s home is what a virtual assistant (VA) does. VAs basically work remotely with their clients and manage the aspects of their business that they are too busy to handle themselves. When you work as a virtual assistant, you can choose to work as an employee or you can set up your own business.
VAs are skilled, home-based professionals that offer companies, businesses, and entrepreneurs administrative support.

Some of the major areas of work includes making phone calls, email correspondence, Internet research, data entry, scheduling appointments, editing, writing, bookkeeping, marketing, blog management, proofreading, project management, graphic design, tech support, customer service, event planning, and social media management.
Becoming a VA can entail some degree of training or briefing, depending on your qualifications.

However, if you have good communication skills and are capable of using applications like MS Office, you can just sign up on sites such as Elance.com, 24/7 Virtual Assistant, Assistant Match, eaHelp, Freelancer, FlexJobs, People Per Hour, Uassist.Me, Upwork, VaVa Virtual Assistants, Virtual Staff Finder, Worldwide 101, Ziptask, Zirtual and so on. A VA my expect earnings in the range of Rs 500-Rs 4,000 per hour.

6. Translating
Knowing a language other than English may even help you earn some extra bucks. There are several websites that offer translation projects that require translating a document from one language into another. This may include Spanish, French, Arab, German, or any other language to or from English. For many, this can make the task rather time-consuming and therefore they hire translators available online from anywhere across the globe. Several websites such as Freelancer.in, Fiverr.com, worknhire.com or Upwork.com offers you a platform to be a professional translator.

Those who do not have the knowledge or do not have the time to complete their projects on their own, put up their work on these platforms where you can register and start bidding on translation jobs and get paid in the range of Rs 1-Rs 5 per word. This can go up to Rs 10 for some languages.

7. Online tutoring
If you are an expert in a particular subject, you can earn by tutoring people online. Online tutoring provides a means to connect online with students of all ages, across the country to provide homework help and tutoring in the subjects for which you have demonstrated expertise.

One may sign up on websites like Vedantu.com, MyPrivateTutor.com, BharatTutors.com, tutorindia.net as an online tutor by creating a profile, and listing the subjects or classes you want to teach, how much experience you have, what your qualifications are, etc. Some of the platforms may offer flexible and convenient time to work as an online tutor.

Most platforms follow the process that will ask you to apply by filling in a simple form, and then a teaching demo will have to given their experts. Once selected, documentation and profile creation will be done, followed by training and induction webinar.

Once you attend the webinar, you will be listed as a teacher and will get your online sessions to conduct. Beginners can make around Rs 200 per hour, which can increase to Rs 500 as you gain experience and expertise.

8. Social media
In addition to interacting with friends and strangers, social networking platforms like Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Snapchat can be used to make money. Companies and popular brands pay social media strategists to further boost the popularity of their products.

With lots of competition around and the constantly shortening of attention time of online viewers, creativity is essential to create posts, videos etc that can go viral quickly and enhance the brand value. Remember, social media needs dedicated time and energy to stay relevant. Hence, you need to share posts regularly and interact with your followers on a regular basis.

9. Web designing
Not all business owners are tech savvy but the need of the hour is to have a website of their own. Those who have a knack for all- things- tech, especially related to websites, can help small businesses set up their own websites and earn from it.

Coding and web designing are the essential ingredients in setting up websites. Further, websites need maintenance and may require frequent updates, which may add to one’s revenue. Depending on the client and job, a single project can fetch you anywhere between Rs 20,000 and Rs 1 lakh.

10. Content writing
Online platforms can be a good starting point. Depending on the quality of the articles, one gets paid. One may be asked to work upon articles with specific guidelines as well. Develop a niche in your area of expertise and build strength in that domain to increase the revenue stream.

 

BEST WAYS TO MAKE MONEY :-

 

1. Freelancing

Freelancing has always been a popular way to earn money online and the Internet has a plethora of options. There are several websites offering freelance tasks for people with varying skills. All you need to do is to create your account, browse through the listings, and apply for the task that suits you.

 

Some websites may even require you to create a personal listing with the details of your skillset, so that interested clients can contact you directly. Outfiverr.com, upwork.com, freelancer.com, and worknhire.com are some websites that provide freelance jobs. You can earn anywhere between $5 and $100 through these websites.

 

2. Start your own website

There is enough material available online to help create your own website. This includes choosing the domain, templates, and the design for your website.

 

Once ready to service the visitors with the relevant content, sign up for Google Adsense, which when appear on your website and clicked by visitors help you make money. The more the traffic you get on your website, the more will be the potential for higher earnings.

 

3. Affiliate marketing

Once your website is up and running, opt for affiliate marketing by allowing companies to insert web links on to your site. When visitors to your site buy products or services by clicking on such links, you earn out from it.

 

 

4. Surveys and searches and reviews

There are several websites offering money to undergo online surveys, carry out online searches, and write reviews on products. To get the credit, one needs to disclose certain information to them including one’s banking details. This is why you should use this route with utmost care.

 

Some of them may even ask you to register with them before working on projects. The most important watch out in such projects is to stay away from websites offering money that appears too good to be true. Be careful while evaluating the reputation of the website as many of them could be a scam. Most sites promote businesses showing copies of cheque payments which may have been given to the middlemen only.

 

5. Virtual assistantship

Doing all the corporate stuff from one’s home is what a virtual assistant (VA) does. VAs basically work remotely with their clients and manage the aspects of their business that they are too busy to handle themselves. When you work as a virtual assistant, you can choose to work as an employee or you can set up your own business.

VAs are skilled, home-based professionals that offer companies, businesses, and entrepreneurs administrative support.

 

Some of the major areas of work includes making phone calls, email correspondence, Internet research, data entry, scheduling appointments, editing, writing, bookkeeping, marketing, blog management, proofreading, project management, graphic design, tech support, customer service, event planning, and social media management.

Becoming a VA can entail some degree of training or briefing, depending on your qualifications.

 

However, if you have good communication skills and are capable of using applications like MS Office, you can just sign up on sites such as Elance.com, 24/7 Virtual Assistant, Assistant Match, eaHelp, Freelancer, FlexJobs, People Per Hour, Uassist.Me, Upwork, VaVa Virtual Assistants, Virtual Staff Finder, Worldwide 101, Ziptask, Zirtual and so on. A VA my expect earnings in the range of Rs 500-Rs 4,000 per hour.

 

 

6. Translating

Knowing a language other than English may even help you earn some extra bucks. There are several websites that offer translation projects that require translating a document from one language into another. This may include Spanish, French, Arab, German, or any other language to or from English. For many, this can make the task rather time-consuming and therefore they hire translators available online from anywhere across the globe. Several websites such as Freelancer.in, Fiverr.com, worknhire.com or Upwork.com offers you a platform to be a professional translator.

 

Those who do not have the knowledge or do not have the time to complete their projects on their own, put up their work on these platforms where you can register and start bidding on translation jobs and get paid in the range of Rs 1-Rs 5 per word. This can go up to Rs 10 for some languages.

 

7. Online tutoring

If you are an expert in a particular subject, you can earn by tutoring people online. Online tutoring provides a means to connect online with students of all ages, across the country to provide homework help and tutoring in the subjects for which you have demonstrated expertise.

 

One may sign up on websites like Vedantu.com, MyPrivateTutor.com, BharatTutors.com, tutorindia.net as an online tutor by creating a profile, and listing the subjects or classes you want to teach, how much experience you have, what your qualifications are, etc. Some of the platforms may offer flexible and convenient time to work as an online tutor.

 

Most platforms follow the process that will ask you to apply by filling in a simple form, and then a teaching demo will have to given their experts. Once selected, documentation and profile creation will be done, followed by training and induction webinar.

 

Once you attend the webinar, you will be listed as a teacher and will get your online sessions to conduct. Beginners can make around Rs 200 per hour, which can increase to Rs 500 as you gain experience and expertise.

 

8. Social media

In addition to interacting with friends and strangers, social networking platforms like Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Snapchat can be used to make money. Companies and popular brands pay social media strategists to further boost the popularity of their products.

 

With lots of competition around and the constantly shortening of attention time of online viewers, creativity is essential to create posts, videos etc that can go viral quickly and enhance the brand value. Remember, social media needs dedicated time and energy to stay relevant. Hence, you need to share posts regularly and interact with your followers on a regular basis.

 

 

9. Web designing

Not all business owners are tech savvy but the need of the hour is to have a website of their own. Those who have a knack for all- things- tech, especially related to websites, can help small businesses set up their own websites and earn from it.

 

Coding and web designing are the essential ingredients in setting up websites. Further, websites need maintenance and may require frequent updates, which may add to one’s revenue. Depending on the client and job, a single project can fetch you anywhere between Rs 20,000 and Rs 1 lakh.

 

 

10. Content writing

Online platforms can be a good starting point. Depending on the quality of the articles, one gets paid. One may be asked to work upon articles with specific guidelines as well. Develop a niche in your area of expertise and build strength in that domain to increase the revenue stream.