Thursday, 24 April 2014

Pension for all:

Changing Indian Famuly

Indian families are well integrated and follow undivided status. This had been realty till middle of 20th century. After IInd world war and with aggression from western life style family system started disintegrating. Fuel was added by smaller size on account of population control. Presently triangular or quadrilateral families are considered as the best families at least in urban area. Over 40% of population is in urban area. Therefore, this needs to be considered. In a joint family it was well understood philosophy that the family must take care of every member of the family irrespective of age or member’s earnings. During certain age span every member was expected to earn for family. Earlier to this period or after, every member was required to be supported by earning members. This system worked for thousands of years and there had been no need for the government to think about senior citizens who physically become handicapped due to old age. Today we consider that our nation is a family. Members who take care of the nation are members of committee of ministers. Hence, as on today this committee of ministers must take care of every one irrespective whether earning or not.

Friday, 18 April 2014

Comparing Nations in the World for Human Development (HDI):

Read about Aadhaar Card

India has included 2 more words in her constitution. These are Socialism and secularism The Human Development Index (HDI) is a statistical tool used to measure a country's overall achievement in its social and economic dimensions. Detailed information on this is available here. Social and economic dimensions of a country are based on the health of people, their level of education and their standard of living. Calculation of the index combines four major indicators: life expectancy for health, expected years of schooling, mean of years of schooling for education and Gross National Income per capita for standard of living. HDI is one of the best tools to keep track of the level of development of a country, as it combines all major social, secular and economic indicators, responsible for economic development. Every year UNDP ranks countries based on the HDI report included in their annual report. It is found that some countries with lots of income do not always spend that money in ways that create high life expectancies or education levels. Mathematical expression for estimating the index is as under.

Wednesday, 16 April 2014

Aadhaar i.e. authentication by Unique Identification Authority of India:

Aadhaar Card

Unique Identification Authority of India has been established under Planning Commission Government of India. Information collected from Indians is much more than the usefulness of this card. The Government of India claims UIDAI has been established primarily as the basis for efficient delivery of welfare services. Exact purpose as taken from the website is as under:-

Friday, 11 April 2014

Selecting a Candidate for Voting in Election:

Selecting a Candidate for Voting in Election:
Election Symbols
India has to face basically 3 challenges. These are:-
1.            Integration.
2.            Integrity
3.            Education-Training

Some may add more to this list. However, little consideration would prove that any other point is integral part of these 3 challenges. As an example consider security and development. It can be easily proved that if above 3 challenges are taken care of, for ensuring security and development no special efforts would be necessary. Let me explain the 3 challenges listed above.

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