Wednesday, 23 December 2015

DIRECT SELLING BUSINESS IN INDIA

A foreign company planning to set up direct selling business operations in India can do so in the following ways: As a foreign company through a:

  1. Liaison Office/Representative Office 
  2. Project Office 
  3. Branch Office
  4. As an Indian company incorporated under the Indian Companies Act, 1956 through a 
  • Joint Venture 
  • Wholly Owned Subsidiary. 
AS A FOREIGN COMPANY
Foreign Company is one, which has been incorporated outside India and conducts business in India. Foreign Company can set up Liaison, Project and Branch Offices in India. Such offices can under take activities permitted under the Foreign Exchange Management (Establishment in India of branch office or other place of business) Regulations, 2000.

LIAISON OFFICE/REPRESENTATIVE OFFICE 
One of the practices for foreign companies to enter the Indian markets is the setting up of a Liaison/Representative office. A Liaison office is not allowed to undertake any business activity in India and cannot therefore, earn any income in India. The role of such offices is, therefore, limited to collecting information about possible market opportunities and providing information about the company and its products to the prospective Indian Customers.

The opening and operation of such offices is regulated by the Foreign Exchange Management Act-1999 (FEMA). Approval from the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) is required for opening such offices. There are certain standard conditions imposed for operations of such offices:

Expenses of such offices are to be met entirely through inward remittances of foreign exchange from the Head Office abroad.

Such offices should not undertake any trading or commercial activities and their activities should be limited to collecting and transmitting information between the overseas Head Office and potential Indian customers.

Such offices should not charge any commission or receive other income from Indian customers for providing liaison services.

Permission to set up such offices is initially granted for a period of 3 years and this may be extended from time to time.

PROJECT OFFICE 
Foreign Companies planning to execute specific projects in India can set up temporary project/site offices in India. RBI has now granted general permission to foreign entities to establish project offices subject to specified conditions. Such offices can not undertake or carry on any activity other than the activity relating and incidental to the execution of the project. Project offices may remit outside India the surplus of the project, after meeting the tax liabilities, on its completion. 

BRANCH OFFICE 
Government has allowed foreign companies engaged in manufacturing and trading activities abroad to set up Branch Offices in India for the following purposes: 
  • To represent the parent company/ other foreign companies in various matters in India e.g. acting as buying/selling agents in India. 
  • To conduct research work in the area in which the parent company is engaged.
  • To undertake export and import trading activities.
  • To promote possible technical and financial collaborations between the Indian companies and parent or overseas group companies. 
  • Rendering professional or consultancy services.
  • Rendering services in Information technology and development of software in India. 
  • Rendering technical support to the products supplied by the parent/ Group companies.
A branch office is not allowed to carry out manufacturing, processing activities directly/indirectly. Branch Office will have to submit activity certificate from a Chartered Accountant on an annual basis to Reserve Bank of India. Permission for setting up branch offices is granted by the Reserve Bank of India on a case-to-case basis. RBI normally, considers the operating history of the applicant company worldwide and its proposed activities in India for granting the approval. Branch offices established with the approval of RBI, may remit outside India profit of the branch, net of applicable Indian taxes and subject to RBI guidelines.

AS AN INDIAN COMPANY 
A foreign company can commence operations in India through incorporation of a company under the provisions of the Indian companies Act, 1956. Foreign equity in such Indian companies can be up to 100% depending on the requirements of the foreign investor subject to any equity caps prescribed in respect of the areas of activities under the prevailing Foreign Direct Investment policy of the Government and receipt of requisite approvals. 
For registration as an Indian company and its incorporation, an application has to be filed with Registrar of Companies (ROC). Once a company has been duly registered and incorporated as an Indian company, it will be subject to same Indian laws and regulations as applicable to other domestic Indian companies. 

JOINT VENTURE WITH AN INDIAN PARTNER/ESTABLISHMENT OF WOS 
  • Foreign Companies can set up the operations in India by forging strategic alliances with Indian partners. 
  • Setting up of operations through a joint venture may entail the following advantages for a foreign investor. 
  • Established distribution/ marketing set up of the Indian partners. Available financial resource of the Indian partner.
  • Established contacts of the Indian partner which help smoothen the process of setting up of operations.
 
FOREIGN INVESTMENTS

Are approved through two routes:
  • AUTOMATIC ROUTE: Indian companies can issue shares under the automatic route up to 100% of their paid capital except for those engaged in certain sectors. In certain other sector, the foreign investment is limited to a prescribed percentage ceiling. A company eligible to issue shares under the Automatic Route can receive foreign inward remittance and issue shares without obtaining any prior approval subject to certain reporting requirements. 
  • GOVERNMENT APPROVAL: All other cases where the automatic route is not applicable require prior specific approval from the Foreign Investment Promotion Board. 
USEFUL LINKS 
  • Department of Industrial Policy and Promotion: www.dipp.gov.in 
  • Reserve bank of India: www.rbi.org.in 
  • Department of Economic Affairs: www.finmin.nic.in 
  • Department of Company Affairs: www.dca.gov.in 
  • Central Board of Direct Taxes: www.incometaxindia.gov.in 
  • Central Board of Excise and Customs: www.cbec.gov.in

Source:  http://www.idsa.co.in/

Tuesday, 15 December 2015

How to Get Information about any Website:

Many people eager about website information, 

Website is genuine or not  ? 
Website is Legal of Not     ??   
is this Website is Fake      ??? 

etc...etc...

There is some website is there, which may help you find same basic information about website,


  • www.whois.com or www.whois.net   - This will helps you to know:
    • Created Date,,
    • Last Update, 
    • Expiry Dt, its 
    • Administrative Contacts, 
    • Billing Contact & 
    • Technical contacts and 
    • Hosting Details.  
  • http://www.hypestat.com/                  This will helps you to know:
    • Visitors Count 
    • Google Rank 
    • Alexa Rank 
    • Server IP 
    • Other site Hosted in Same IP 
    • Worth (Tentative Web Value in $)


I repeat "Website" is not company, website only represent . Company and Websites are different from each-other.

although, you can not identify the genuine/legal status of any site, until you find the legal document of establishment of firm/organization or company.

-  Wish you a Happy browsing.

Skype : Palguna.rao2

Monday, 7 December 2015

Best Solution Design Tips for All



TIP 1 – “Manage your client’s expectations on what the field of view may be”

Does your client want to see vehicles entering the gate at the front of their house, or monitor traffic and general surveillance? Do they require a general view of an area or a more focused zoomed-in view within an area? Use our field of view tips to help you calculate this accurately. Remember to consider the key three factors: size of image sensor, lens focal length and distance to target to work out your field of view.

TIP 2 – “Future-proof your site by installing an NVR with additional IP camera allocations”

You’ll thank yourself if you remember to add extra IP camera allocations and leave spare channels. It’s only after you’ve installed your cameras that you may need to add additional cameras to site. Failing to prepare is preparing to fail.

TIP 3 – “Always utilize gigabit networking ports between control devices”

This will ensure there is plenty of bandwidth between the control devices, for example, switches to switches, NVR to switches.

TIP 4 – “Redundancy recording using SD Cards”

Most LILIN cameras can record on to an SD card – great for redundancy recording just in case of NVR theft or network failure. Most LILIN cameras can record to micro SD card with capacities of up to 128GB. Recordings can be continuous or triggered by an alarm event, and playback can be viewed through the web browser, LILIN app, Navigator or directly from the card itself. Ensure you use a good quality branded SD MicroSD card with the minimum speed of 10.

TIP 5 –  “Use our free DDNS service (Dynamic Domain Name Service)”

Setting up remote access means you can access your cameras from wherever you are – even on your mobile device! Traditionally remote access was only available through paying for a static IP address, or a chargeable DDNS service. However, ours is free. Simple to set up using our online cloud service, utilizing DDNS means you only have to remember your own customized unique name.

TIP 6 – “Get the light right”

Don’t forget to consider factors that affect external camera performance, particularly in low light conditions. This includes light level (amount of light reflected to the camera), sensitivity – performance of the sensor in the camera & enhancement technology like sense up/frame integration and lens speed (ability of the lens to pass light measured by the F stop of the lens).

Sunday, 6 December 2015

10 Tips for Self-Evaluating your Job Performance at Work

1. What are your job descriptions and what do you actually do?
When you were recruited, you had your job descriptions spell out to you and you have to show your employer that you understand what you were recruited for and that you have actually been doing them. You may have to go back to your employment letter or the vacancy announcement if you do not remember what they are.
Also, you have to list some of the extra stuffs that you actually do which are not included in your job descriptions. This would show your employer that you are capable of handling higher job positions and may earn you a promotion. If you someone who assists assist your colleagues to perform some of their duties, you should include that too.
2. How was your performance during the period being reviewed?
Your main aim here is to remind your employer of how valuable you are to the company.
3. What areas and skills do you need to develop?
No one expects you to be perfect. but you must show that you recognize them and you are willing to do what it takes to improve. A good way to do this is to look into your last performance review by your employer and look out for some of the areas of improvement suggested. Note your weaknesses and steps to improve .
4. What are your goals for the next period?
Show your employer that you are a forward and strategic thinker. Think about the products and services your company offers and some of the improvements needed to make the products better; then include some of them as some of the things you are willing to work on in the next period.
5. Ask your colleagues for their opinion
 You can ask some of your colleagues whom you have good relationships with and you can also trust, to write down some of the things which they consider as your strengths and weaknesses. your skills and then take the weaknesses and list them among the skills that need to be improved.
6. No Bargaining
Your self-evaluation form is not a bargaining chip. This is the wrong time to ask for salary increments or promotions. Stick to the purpose of the evaluation which is to highlight your performance during the course of the period being reviewed and to also suggest ways through which you can improve. However, if you must bargain, do it in a subtle way by making your employee see how hard you have worked during the year and how some extra motivation can help you to do more.
7. Be honest-: It is very important that you are completely honest in your performance review; don’t lie or try to take credit for what you didn’t do. Stick with what you did and if you feel you haven’t accomplished much, let your employer know that you are willing to improve.
8. Be diplomatic-: If you feel it’s important to highlight some of the ways another person’s performance or character is impeding your own performance, you have to do it in a diplomatic and objective way without making anything seem personal. You are supposed to be a professional, remember it.
9. Use the right language-: Well, it’s just a self-evaluation form but that doesn’t mean you should write with all of ‘em bad grammar and spelling errors. Take your time and write it as professionally as you can. You do not have to rush, you can write a draft first and then when you are sure that you have written it excellently, you can now fill out the original evaluation form.
10. Make suggestions for improvement-: You shouldn’t complete your self-evaluation without making some suggestions for improvement of your company’s products and services.
In conclusion, I want you to bear in mind that a job performance review is not a witch-hunting process. Most of the time, it is a method used by employers to figure out ways which they can help their employees to perform better.
Therefore, you shouldn’t be afraid or nervous about writing a honest self-evaluation. Also, you shouldn’t always wait for an official self-evaluation; you should always review your own performance from time to time and continually seek ways to improve your efficiency and productivity at work.

Wednesday, 25 November 2015

Choose Best Template for Your Website


 Choose Template for Your Website 

Although, There is lots of website those can suggest to best template for your website based on category of website you required. 

Few things need to consider before finalizing any Template

  1. Viewer Based, Finalize Audience Base (Web/Mobile/Tab etc.)
  2. Technology, It matters a lot for your budget & Development Period.
  3. Category, suits your Business Domain.
  4. ContentTemplate Selection is a fine observation about the Home Screen of your dream website, normally every website may content many small objects i.e Logo, Punchline,Menu Items, Menu Option, Banners and contact page etc.
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