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Placements in Professional Colleges

Hordes of students across the country plan on professional courses like MBAs, specialized diplomas and all types of engineering degrees. Till not so long back the competition for many of these courses was stiff and based on merit. The last few years however have seen a huge burgeoning of private educational institutions offering all kinds of professional course for a hefty fee. The market is suddenly flooded with seats and students no longer have to fall over each other for the IIMs and large regional colleges. If their parents can afford it or they are willing to take a student loan, most students can easily afford the fees to a private B School.

Unfortunately from what we see, few really should be at these courses and are there only to pad up their CVs and get the educational institution to give them a job. This is the prime reason why students choose a professional institution solely on the bases of whether they will get placement.

Placement is of course important. We all burn the midnight lamp and spend years of sacrifice so that we prosper professionally and economically, but to do a course solely for economic benefit, not apply oneself during the course and ask the educational institution to guarantee a job is down right arrogance on the part of most students.  If one applies oneself on the course in preparation of the competition ahead, there is no reason why most students can’t secure a job on their own merit.

The task of any educational institution is to teach and prepare their students for the task ahead, beyond that it is up to a student, from where then has this situation arisen, where in students want a job assurance for joining the course. Most educational institutions too feel hard pressed to advertise placements as it is this factor that fills their batch.

Part of the answer lies in that there are more professional seats available than needed. Sometimes the educational institution may not be prepared to fulfill its part of the ‘academic’ bargain as it is ill equipped on various aspects, including laboratories and poor teaching staff.

Poor quality infrastructure in an educational institution, admitting poor quality students and then attempting to place these poorly trained students can turn in to a vicious cycle for both students and institution.

During this time of recession many of you will be planning on studying further, if you are, stop for a while and question your true motivation for doing a course. Will the course help you get a better position in a company, will you succeed on your own steam. Marketing divisions of most educational institutions are like any other marketing divisions; they promise you the moon until your join the course and later show you the fine print.

If you are planning to do a course while working or by taking a year or two off, ensure you are spending your valuable time with a reputed educational institution. Those students who have it in them even get there through self study and experience, but that’s an article for another day.

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Medical Transcription as a career option

Medical transcription or MT is the process of transcribing or converting recorded dictations into a written text. The dictation is by a physician or healthcare professional located in a foreign country and is regarding a patient’s medical records.

With spiraling cost of health care in countries like the US and other parts of Europe, there is an increasing trend to outsource medical transcription to cheaper destinations like India. This has resulted in a huge job opportunity and involves not only working from an office but from home as well.

In Western countries the entire healthcare industry is based on insurance and detailed medical records are needed for processing insurance claims. Hospitals and labs in Europe, US and West Asia find it cheaper to outsource laboratory tests and other medical processes to India. Outsourcing, is believed to result in a cost saving of anywhere from 30% to 70%.

According to NASSCOM, the MT industry will be worth Rs 40 billion by 2010 and could employ millions of young people. It estimates the size of the US MT industry, will be $ 16.8 billion by 2010. The work off shored is expected to be in the region of $ 860 million by 2010, of which India is expected to capture a whopping $ 647 million.

The industry, which currently depends mostly on the health care institutions of western countries for business, could expect to secure greater business from hospitals in India, in the coming years. This is because the health insurance business that drives the growth of the MT industry is set to gain greater acceptance in India.

Medical transcription follows prescribed and established document formats and is highly dependent upon trained professional Medical Transcriptionists. India has the potential to become one of the largest Medical Transcription (MT) centers in the world due to the large number of people with health care knowledge in the country and industry maturity.

Skills of a Medical Transcriptionist

India provides an ideal location for conducting medical transcription with the large population of educated English speaking people and the comparative low cost which encourages companies abroad to outsource their work to the Indian Medical Transcription field.

An ideal qualification for a medical transcriptionist is a graduation, with English comprehension skill. If the person has a course in medical transcription it is an added advantage.

Further, the candidate should be a good listener, able to adjust quickly to the different accents and diction, with specialized knowledge of medical terminologies, medical procedures and ability to spell medical words correctly. The person should also be able to detect medical inconsistencies in dictation and fix poor grammar and syntax.

A medical transcriptionist must also have a reasonable amount of patience, as the work may get monotonous and repetitive. Medical transcriptionists benefit greatly from on-the-job experience, and especially by handing records from a wide variety of medical specialties. A medical transcriptionist should have basic knowledge of computers and good typing speed would be added advantage.

Medical Transcription – A Great Career Option

The benefits of Medical Transcription as a career include the ability and freedom to work from home, especially for ladies who may not be able to come to office and work, especially pregnant women who may not be able to come to office and work during their maternity leave, etc. There is a good number of people currently enjoying the benefit of working from home and still earning around 25-30k average and as high as 50k to 60 k as well. The recent liberalization of Internet in terms of cost and bandwidth and other related technologies like 3G has accelerated the potential from working from home in an hassle-free environment. In light of the recent liberalization of Internet, it gives the ability to work even from remote parts of the country. A PC with decent configuration, a stereophonic headset, foot pedal (a device that controls the voice player), and other softwares necessary for reference of medical terms/drugs are more than that would suffice to independently work as a Medical Transcriptionist.

Services being Outsourced to India

The country is already witnessing a surge in outsourcing of processes like

  • Medical transcription
  • Claims processing
  • Medical billing and coding
  • Data management for clinical trials
  • Radiology services

Salaries Medical Transcriptionists can Expect

A trained medical transcriptionist could earn up to Rs 15,000-Rs 20,000 a month and with experience it could only go higher.

Some Training Institutes in Medical Transcription

There are a number of companies who provide Medical Transcription training in India to meet the current demand of experienced MT professionals. A small list of them is below

HL-3 Jail Road,
Hari Nagar, New Delhi – 110064
Tel: 25135178, 28121726

BL Infosolutions Pvt. Ltd.
2nd Floor, Metro Arcade,
92 Mangal Pandey Nagar,
Near C.C.S. University, Meerut.
Tel: 0121-4022054

B-96, Ist floor
Lajpat Nagar – I, New Delhi – 24
Tel: 29814070, 29819788

e-USA Technology Inc.
Above LML Showroom
Opp. A-Block, Defence Colony
Arjan Nagar Kotla
Tel: 24691822/ 30952002

Infosoft Technologies
13/30 East Patel Nagar
Near Hotel Siddharta
New Delhi-110008, India
Tel: +91-11-25769002/8


B-11, Sector – 1
Noida – 201301
Tel: 9811203654 (Sudhir)

Spanco Tele Systems & Solutions Ltd.
771, Udyog Vihar Phase – V, Gurgaon.
Tel: 0124-2349231, 2450317/18

Shivam Institute of Medical Transcription (SIMT)

D-53 Okhla Industrial Area, Phase-1,

New Delhi 110020

Tel: 6813643, 6813644,

Meditransindia (MTI),

29/1, Ashok Nagar, Jail Road, Tilak Nagar Circle,

New Delhi 110018.

Tel: 5408638

MDS Infotech LTD, (A Member of American Association for Medical Transcription),

B-219, Saraswati Vihar, Pitampura,

Delhi 110034.

Tel: 7022558, 7022580


4, Amrit Nagar, South Ext. 1,

New Delhi 110003

Tel: 4632564,


Indian Institute of Medical Transcription (IIMT)

H-15, South Extn. Part-1,

New Delhi 110049

Tel: 4604532, 4604318, 4638050,


Bajaj Institute of Information Technology (BIIT)

Unit No-1, 1st Floor, C-4E Market Janak Puri,

New Delhi 110058

Tel: 5617375, 5500545, E-mail:

Academy of Medical Transcription,

C-5/32, Safdarjung Development Area,

Opp. IIT Main Gate, New Delhi 110016

Tel: 6963443, 6565222

Fore Transcriptions Private Limited
#93, First Floor,
Above Food World,
Wheeler Road, Cox Town,
Bangalore – 560 005.

Ajaxdotcom Private Limited
#1, 3rd Floor Maruthi Complex,
Above Food World, R T Nagar,
Main Road, Bangalore 560032.
Tel: 080 – 2353 5156, 2363 4881

Rxdocuments (P) Ltd.
Near Vijaya Bank,
#50, 1st Cross, 27th Main, BTM 1st Stage,
Bangalore – 560 068.

Indian Institute of Medical Transcription (IIMT)
#10, 1st Floor, 12th Cross,
22nd Main, 2nd Phase, J P Nagar,

Digimetrix Technologies Pvt Limited
#36/37, 2nd Cross,
Opp. Arekere MICO Layout,
Off. Bannerghatta Road,

IAOS India
#64/5, 9th Cross, Rainbow Garden
Jigani Main Road, Jigani PO
Begihalli, Bengaluru – 560105
Tel: 080-2782 8237 /  9731310814.


#12, 7th Cross, Venkatapura Main Road

Koramangala 1st Block, Near Koramangala Last Bus-Stop

Bangalore – 560034

Tel: 9945 26 46 94 / 9844 250 275


Disclaimer: The above addresses are only a collection and in no way endorse the quality of teaching or certification of the Institute.

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Career options in Jewellery Making

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A career in jewellery designing is a rather lucrative profession today. India is the largest consumer of gold in the world, with revenues currently estimated at over $13 billion. The country also consumes 20 percent of world gold consumption.

The jewellery designing industry in a fast  growing industry and employs around 1.3 million people. So if you are of the artistic bent of mind, you have an interesting career option here, waiting to be discovered.

Interestingly, jewellery design is not just for professionals, there are a large number of short term courses available in all major cities of the country, and all kinds of people, from software professionals looking for a stress buster, to housewives wanting to channel their creativity are doing short term jewellery design courses. If you don’t plan to turn jewellery design into a profession you can still do a course and create some fantastic personalized gifts for your friends.

Incase you haven’t already noted, there is all kinds of jewellery you can design, not just metal and stone. Today, jewellery is being made from a large list of materials including, clay, paper, plastic and fabric. The range of materials that can be used and the huge scope for creativity is making jewellery design an attractive field to make ones career in.

Some career options in jewellery design

Goldsmith: A goldsmith can work with any material, knows construction, can work for someone else making jewellery or for oneself.

A Custom/Special Order Jeweller: may be employed and self employed and work directly with the public or within a trade shop. A custom order jeweller creates one-of-a-kind individualized work for a client. This is a job which combines skills in goldsmithing/wax/model making, design, rendering, psychology, pricing, selling and negotiating.

Artist Jewellers: are those who enjoy working by themselves. There are wide open niches in conceptual work and high end work.

A Fashion Jeweller: is a person who designs and makes jewellery and accessories for  the fashion industry. It requires a flair for PR , design, audience understanding and good business sense.

Designer: a designer designs jewellery through drawings, models or even wax originals. May be employed by a company or self employed.

Closely linked to jewellery design is the manufacturing of jewellery. You can choose to either graduate into manufacturing by bringing to life your designs or link up with a manufacturer, who will reproduce your design.

Career options in jewellery manufacturer include

A Manufacturer: may be anyone from someone running a small production to mass production, from service work for others to marketing one’s designs  online.

Crafts Jewellery Maker: A maker who markets through craft fairs and gallery-stores, usually with a line of hand-made, unique or low production run pieces.

Production Bench Worker: a goldsmith who specializes in production work, anything from running a punch press, to repetitive hand work.

Repair person: specializes in repairs. Often the best way of starting and learning jewellery skills and the basis of many a successful jewellery business.

Stonesetter: a good setter earns very well and is well respected.

Store Owner/Manager: this is where the income lies highest, at the retail end of the chain. It requires good business skills and hard work, commitment and a great deal of money to do. Many owners however came to this point from goldsmithing bench jobs originally.

Specialized careers related to jewellery making

Gemologist/Appraiser: usually an employed position. Training and equipment costs can be high. Diamonds are a specialized sub-section of gemology.

Hand Engraver: This profession has almost gone. It is not hard to learn, merely requiring a great deal of practice. A good hand engraver can make a lot of money in service work for the industry because of its rarity.

Model maker: a goldsmith specializing in making original metal models. Often an employed position it is the highest level of goldsmithing in many ways.

Silversmith: another almost extinct career but because of that some good options for independent service or original work, requires good marketing skills and training in Art School.

Other career options include Caster, Plater, Polisher and Teacher

Pre-requisite for career in Jewellery designing

Some of the premier institutes in India provide diploma courses in Jewellery designing to those completing their graduation in any stream. Many institutes offer short-term courses after completing X or XII standards as well.

The various types of courses would give essential information on colour coding schemes, polishing and finishing, drawing techniques and ornament making and designing etc.

The course duration could vary from 3 months to 3 years. Jewellery designing institutes are now using computerized programmes like jewel cad, AutoCAD, Auto cam, etc. This allows students to easily made and store designs and produce them on demand.

Some Jewellery Designing Colleges, Institutions and Universities in India

  • Arch Academy Design, 9, Govind Marg, Malviya Nagar Inst. Area, Malviya Nagar, Jaipur-302017, Website:
  • Arch Gemology and Jewellery Institute, B-69 University Marg, Janta Sotre Circle, Bapu Nagar, Jaipur
  • Dr. Dhamambal Government Polytechnic for Women, Canada Indian Institutional Co-operation Project Tharamani Chennai – 600 113
  • Department of Geology, St. Xavier’s College, Mumbai – 400001
  • ENSIGN – The Jewel Design Institute, City Tower, Mall Road, Netaji Subhash Place, Pitampura, New Delhi – 110088
  • Gem and Jewellery Export Promotion Council Rajasthan Bhavan, Jaipur 302003
  • Gemological Institute of India, 29, Gurukul Chambers, 187-189, Mumbadevi Road, Mumbai 400002
  • Gemstones Artisans Training School, Jhalana Mahal, Jaipur 302017
  • International Institute of Fashion Technology, South Extension Part I, New Delhi
  • Indian Diamond Institute, Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel Center of Jewellery Design & Manufacture, Katargam, GIDC, Sumul Dairy Road, Katargam Post Box 508, Surat 395008
  • Indian Gemological Institute, Nirmal Towers 10th Floor, 26, Barakhamba Road , New Delhi 110001
  • Indian Institute of Gemmology, 10980,East Park Road, Karol Bagh, New Delhi. Website:
  • Indian Gemological Institute, F 32,33, Jhandewalan, Flatted Factories Complex, Near Jhandewalan Temple, Rani Jhansi Road , New Delhi 110055
  • International Polytechnic for Women, A-3, South Extension Part-I, Ring Road New Delhi 110049, Web:
  • Jhaveri Center for Diamond technology, Shri Bhagubhai Mafatlal Polytechnic, Vile Parle West, Mumbai- 400 056
  • JD Institute of Fashion Technology, Lokayata, Hauz Khas Village, New Delhi 110016
  • Jewellery Export Promotion Council, D-15 Commerce Center , Tardeo, Mumbai 400034
  • Jewellery Design and Technology Institute, A-89, Sector-2, Noida
  • Jewellery Design and Technology Institute, F-11, South Extension, Part I Delhi 110049
  • Jewellery Design and Technology Institute, C-021B, DLF Super Mart-I, DLF City, Phase-IV, Gurgaon
  • SNDT Women’s university,  Juhu Campus, Santa Cruz West, Mumbai-49
  • Jewellery Product Development Center, D-15, Commerce Center , Tardeo, Mumbai 400034
  • Jewellery Product Development Center Jhandewalan, Flatted Factories Complex Rani Jhansi Road , New Delhi 110055
  • National Institute of Design (NID, Paldi, Ahmedabad ( Gujarat ) 
  • National Institute of Fashion Technology (NIFT), Opp. Gulmohar Park Hauz Khas, New Delhi
  • National Institute of Fashion Technology (NIFT), Chethana Bhavan, Nanpally, Hyderabad-1
  •  Small Industries Service Institute, 65/1, GST Road, Chennai 600032
  • SG Jhaveri Center for Diamond Technology, Irfa, Juhu Road, Vile Parle (W), Mumbai 400056
  • Shinghar Institute, Howrah , Kolkata
  • Sidhar Institute of Gemology, Kolkata
  • SNDT Women’s University Campus,  Juhu Rd, Santa Cruz (W), Mumbai 400054
  • Vakall’s Academy of Jewellery Design, 114, Arun Chambers, Tardeo Road ,  Mumbai
  • Wigan Fashion School, Wigan and Leigh College (India ) LTD.,  Nehru Place, New Delhi

Jewellery design obviously has a huge potential in India, the internet has also made things easy for those wanting to launch their own business. One can begin selling their products online from their very home and even use the internet to exhibit their designs and produce on demand.

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Career options in BPOs and KPOs

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Business Process Outsourcing and Knowledge Process Outsourcing are currently booming industries in India.

Businesses need to constantly stay competitive and keep prices in check, what better way then to outsourcing work to a remote location that is cheaper and lets you benefit on all the 24 hours of the day. Companies across the globe are therefore favoring India. Additionally India has a huge talented and educated work force. The annual revenue earned by India from the BPO industry is around $11 billion (1% of the GDP).

Recently the BPO and KPO industry has operated like a huge sponge, absorbing millions of young people into their workforce. Till not so long back cities like Bangalore were the main hub of BPO and KPOs. This is changing; companies are seeking further cost reductions and moving to smaller areas like Gurgaon, Noida, Hyderabad, Pune, Thiruvanantapuram, Chennai and Calcutta.

The BPO industry offer a diverse range of career options to young people fresh out of college and freshers keen to try out their hand are flocking to join a BPO and KPO in large numbers.

What is a BPO Career all about?

A BPO career revolves around the core activity of delivering business process outsourcing services. This involves voice (telephone) and non-voice (email, chat) based customer interaction services, transaction processing, telemarketing, technical support or analyzing of customer specific data. It also involves back-end jobs such as claims processing and processing of Finance & Accounting transactions.

What is the kind of work Outsourced to India?

The BPO work that is outsourced is from various industries like

  • Credit cards
  • Healthcare products
  • Personal care products
  • Education
  • Retail
  • Technology
  • Legal
  • HR
  • Marketing
  • Administration management
  • Finance
  • Telecom and many more

Although the business started off with the United States outsourcing work to India, the list of countries has grown to include others like Australia, Canada and UK, Ireland etc.

Advantages of starting a career in a BPO

  • Global exposure
  • Communication skills are enhanced
  • Exposure to different people while handling customers
  • Good work environment
  • Transport taken care off
  • Young people all around, so it can be a fun atmosphere
  • Good compensation package

People having multi-lingual skills in French, Spanish, etc., also have good opportunities in BPOs.

Requirements for Joining a BPO

  • Graduation in any stream
  • Good spoken and written English communication skills
  • Basic Computer skills
  • An attitude and willingness to learn
  • Ability to interact with people of various regions and cultures
  • Willingness to work on night shifts
  • Adaptable nature

Work Timings

Since the BPO Industry caters to clients across the globe, the work timings are in line with that.

There are broadly 2 shifts at which BPOs work,

  • US shifts – This would entail working between 5.00 PM to 9.00 AM
  • UK shifts – This would entail working between 12.00 PM to 12.00 AM


Starting salaries could be anywhere from Rs. 15,000 – 20,000.

What are the various rounds of interview in the recruitment process?

The recruitment process can be rigorous and lengthy, nearly everything centering around your communication skills.

Usually the recruitment process involves:

1. Group Discussion– The candidates are evaluated on the parameters of:

  • Communication Skills
  • Leadership Traits
  • Team Work
  • Logical Thinking
  • Knowledge of the Subject
  • Body Language

2. Personal Introduction– the candidates are required to give a brief introduction about themselves to the Interviewer.

3. Communication skills – Grammar, Pronunciation, Neutral Accent and Fluency in the language.

4. Grammar/Aptitude test – This is based on the process the person will be working on.

5. Voice and Accent test– The candidates are evaluated on their:

  • Pronunciation
  • Rate of Speech
  • Vocal Qualities
  • Grammar
  • Clarity in Thought and Speech
  • Accent Aptitude – British/American

6. Line Interview– Line Evaluators assess candidates on the Fitment Issue. The candidates are checked regarding their adaptability to respective processes in terms of their selling skills, patience, problem solving skills, etc

7. HR Round – The offer is based on the Performance of the Candidate in all the rounds of the Interview, Educational Qualification and Prior Work Experience (Relevant/Non-Relevant).

There are hundreds of companies offering BPO services and so you have a huge choice about the company you can join. Once you put up your CV at a job site or register with an HR Consultancy you will be informed about dozens of job opening.

Go for as many interviews as you can, first for the experience and to learn the ropes, and then to clinch the deal. If you focus on your communication skills and are good at it, you should have no shortfall of offers and then you can actually pick and choose the company you would like to work for.

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Your Winning Streak lies in Personality Development

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No matter what our age, we all want to have a pleasing personality. One that attracts others to us and one that allows us to have successful interactions with others. This is where personality development comes in.

Personality Development is most vital to young people. It influences their chances of getting admission to the right college, making the right friends, fitting in with their peers, and later on, in successfully getting a job.

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Should studying in the mother tongue be made mandatory for students

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The medium of instruction in schools is a highly contentious issue and draws strong reaction in just about every state of India. Politicians, literary personalities and other people in the State often demand that education of a child be in the child’s mother tongue. Parents and even older children demand that the medium of instruction be English.

The battle on which language a child should be taught, especially in the primary school, in their formative years, is not restricted to India alone. A quick research will tell you it is a topic of heated debate among parents, politicians, policy makers, thinkers in many other countries of the world too.

In most cases the discussion is, the mother tongue verses English. Undoubtedly, English is the 2rd most spoken language in the world and many parents feel that if their children study in the vernacular, they are at a disadvantage at various competitive examinations, when traveling abroad for further studies and when they desire to participate at a wider global level.

Regional thinkers and promoters of vernacular languages feel that a child is deprived of their collective consciousness and cultural roots if they are taught in an alien language, like English. Who is right? Should one language be chosen over the other, should students be given a choice, have students who have been taught in English instead of their mother tongue gone further in life as opposed to their counterparts who studied in the vernacular? These are just some of the questions that need to be mulled over.

Either way, if we look at these questions carefully you will notice that they actually take us away from major issues that should actually be the focus of discussion.

With or without the ‘medium of instruction’ wrangle, it is a horrifying fact that the literacy rate in India is an abysmal 66%. One of the points in the common minimum program (CMP)of the UPA government during its 1st tenure was to  invest at least 6% of the country’s GDP in Education, (many poorer counties spend a much larger part of their GDP on education than India). India spends more on its defense forces than on the future of this country, which is education. Not only did the government fail to increase its budget on education in keeping with the CMP in the 1st tenure of the government, there seems to be no move to ensure it materializes in the second tenure of the government either.

Today of course the education minister of India is able to create a furor, which lasts for months, about making exams for X standard students optional, but what about the millions of children still in the villages of India, who don’t have teachers, who don’t have schools, whose potential continues to be wasted.

How, for example, does it matter if the medium of instruction is ones mother tongue but the content in the textbooks is still about the Second World War and Greek history, and is in no way linked to ones state and regional culture? What is the use of the education if it does not impart life skills? Does not teach about civic participation, health and hygiene? These are very real issues that are often ignored.

State and regional politicians and thinkers often experience fear that young people will be uprooted from their local culture and customs if they are taught in an alien language, but how empowering is this local language and culture?, is it helping create  a more equitable society or does it perpetuate a status quo that has been around for millennia? These and some other questions need to be debated.

Things on the education front can change only when the government invests more into education. Giving every child in this country an equal opportunity to access education. Giving each child and parent the freedom of choice about what medium to study in. While politician’s say students should study in their mother tongue, what is the state of government run schools? Can they be turned around to deliver quality education?, then of course parents would be more than happy to send their children to government schools and root themselves in their culture.

What does a rule like ‘mandatory studying in the mother tongue’ mean to a cosmopolitan city like Bangalore, or any other state in India for that matter. Students come here from all over the country. The IT city has a huge BPO and KPO industry that services the US and Europe, how will young people join this highly lucrative industry if they not adequately proficient in English?

What are your thoughts on this?………. email us and let us know……….. we will be glad to start a discussion on this issue on our blog.

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