[AI] help to software

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Fri Jul 30 01:05:45 EDT 2010


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>    1. Re: Accommodation in Mumbai (jignesh thakur)
>    2. Fwd: sony ericcson fre service (Subramani L)
>    3. Re: Accommodation in Mumbai (Srinivasu Chakravarthula)
>    4. Re: regarding c 5 (Janardhana Naidu)
>    5. SBI launches special service for visually handicapped
>       (Surajsingh Jogi)
>    6. material for banking exam needed (yogesh dubey)
>    7. Re: SBI launches special service for visually handicapped
>       (Srinivasu Chakravarthula)
>    8. Re: autobiography and biography needed (Surya Prakash Sharma)
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> Message: 1
> Date: Thu, 29 Jul 2010 18:51:20 +0530
> From: jignesh thakur <jigneshthakur21 at gmail.com>
> To: accessindia at accessindia.org.in
> Subject: Re: [AI] Accommodation in Mumbai
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> Sir,
> Please share some detail regarding his job profile and background. And
> in which bank he got the job?
> I am asking this because I think this is really a great news that a
> blind person got the job in private bank.
> Thanks in advance.
>
>
> On 7/29/10, Asudani, Rajesh <rajeshasudani at rbi.org.in> wrote:
>> Friends
>> One of our blind friends has got selected in a private bank in Mumbai. His
>> posting is likely to be in goregaon East.
>> As you all know, the greatest problem in Mumbai is that of accommodation.
>> So, I would be grateful if some suitable hostel, PG shared room or any
>> other
>> type of accommodation could be suggested at a  reasonable cost and at a
>> reasonable distance from the place of posting.
>> It will definitely give him a chance to prove himself by working in
>> Mumbai.
>>
>> thanking you in advance
>>
>>
>> Regards
>>
>> "If you believe that there is a God, a God that made your
>> body, and yet you think that you can do anything with
>> that body that's dirty, then the fault lies with the manufacturer."
>>
>>                                              --Lenny Bruce
>>
>> (Rajesh Asudani)
>>
>> Assistant General Manager,
>> Reserve Bank of India
>> Nagpur
>> 09420397185
>> O: 0712 2806676
>> Res: 0712 2591349
>>
>>
>>
>>
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> Message: 2
> Date: Thu, 29 Jul 2010 19:03:53 +0530
> From: Subramani L <lsubramani.visa at gmail.com>
> To: accessindia <accessindia at accessindia.org.in>
> Subject: [AI] Fwd: sony ericcson fre service
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> ---------- Forwarded message ----------
> From: Subramani L <lsubramani at deccanherald.co.in>
> Date: Thu, 29 Jul 2010 17:48:17 +0530
> Subject: sony ericcson fre service
> To: lsubramani.visa at gmail.com
>
> July 29, 2010 - India - To ensure best user experience for its
> consumers, Sony Ericsson India is organizing a month long FREE service
> camp for everyone
> who owns any of its phones. Giving the brand users a golden opportunity
> to breathe new life into their old phones, the service camps will offer
> free software
> upgrades and more. The camp is taking place across the 46 Sony Ericsson
> Experience Stores in the country till August 16, 2010, where specialists
> will help
> you out with all you need to know about your gadget.
>
> Consumers can avail the free service by just walking into any of the
> neighborhood Sony Ericsson Exclusive Stores with their Sony Ericsson
> phone of any make
> or model, and get a software upgrade or cleaning of parts. Even if your
> phone's warranty has expired! Any part's replacement required for phones
> not in
> warranty will be charged however.
>
> Attractive discounts on a range of phone accessories are also being
> offered at the camps. So, wait no more, and get set to give your
> favorite Sony Ericsson
> phone that much-wanted makeover!
>
>
>
> ------------------------------
>
> Message: 3
> Date: Thu, 29 Jul 2010 19:09:00 +0530
> From: Srinivasu Chakravarthula <srinivasu at srinivasu.org>
> To: accessindia at accessindia.org.in
> Subject: Re: [AI] Accommodation in Mumbai
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> Unfortunately, it seems MNB has bluntly informed that they cannot
> accommodate new people and reason being that inmates who are staying
> for several years are not vacating the hostel. As far as I know, one
> can stay there for three years and by then one should make their own
> arrangments which in my opinion is a right clause and I myself did
> followed the same during my stay in Mumbai.
>
> Cheers,
>
> On 7/29/10, namdeo2000 <jadhav.namdeo at gmail.com> wrote:
>> MNB Industrial home for the blind is running a hostel for working men in
>> Jogeshwari. It is quite reasonable and his workking-place would be just 1
>> station away from thwe hostel. Contact nos. are as follows- 02226793688
>> 02226791487.
>> ----- Original Message -----
>> From: "Asudani, Rajesh" <rajeshasudani at rbi.org.in>
>> To: <accessindia at accessindia.org.in>
>> Cc: <vib-india at googlegroups.com>
>> Sent: Thursday, July 29, 2010 1:15 PM
>> Subject: [AI] Accommodation in Mumbai
>>
>>
>>> Friends
>>> One of our blind friends has got selected in a private bank in Mumbai.
>>> His
>>>
>>> posting is likely to be in goregaon East.
>>> As you all know, the greatest problem in Mumbai is that of accommodation.
>>> So, I would be grateful if some suitable hostel, PG shared room or any
>>> other type of accommodation could be suggested at a  reasonable cost and
>>> at a reasonable distance from the place of posting.
>>> It will definitely give him a chance to prove himself by working in
>>> Mumbai.
>>>
>>> thanking you in advance
>>>
>>>
>>> Regards
>>>
>>> "If you believe that there is a God, a God that made your
>>> body, and yet you think that you can do anything with
>>> that body that's dirty, then the fault lies with the manufacturer."
>>>
>>>                                             --Lenny Bruce
>>>
>>> (Rajesh Asudani)
>>>
>>> Assistant General Manager,
>>> Reserve Bank of India
>>> Nagpur
>>> 09420397185
>>> O: 0712 2806676
>>> Res: 0712 2591349
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>
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> --
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>
> Best regards,
>
> Srinivasu Chakravarthula
> Mobile: +91 990 081 0881
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> Follow me on Twitter: http://twitter.com/sriniworld/
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>
> ------------------------------
>
> Message: 4
> Date: Thu, 29 Jul 2010 19:22:04 +0530
> From: Janardhana Naidu <jnganta at gmail.com>
> To: raghuraman <thinkdontblink at gmail.com>,
> 	accessindia at accessindia.org.in
> Subject: Re: [AI] regarding c 5
> Message-ID:
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> On 7/29/10, raghuraman <thinkdontblink at gmail.com> wrote:
>>     hi friends is anyone using c 5 model in nokia
>> if so is it very much accessible for visually challenged?
>> please explain
>> also is e 63 good enough
>> cheers raghu
>> Voice your thoughts in the blog to discuss the Rights of persons with
>> disability bill at:
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> Hello Sir,
> one of my friend who uses the same mobile dissatisfied with its
> performances while reading contacts in the environment of talks 4.
> With best wishes,
> Janardhana Naidu.
>
>
>
> ------------------------------
>
> Message: 5
> Date: Thu, 29 Jul 2010 19:37:09 +0530
> From: Surajsingh Jogi <soorajsingh73 at gmail.com>
> To: "Access India" <accessindia at accessindia.org.in>
> Subject: [AI] SBI launches special service for visually handicapped
> Message-ID: <000a01cb2f27$58fb3800$f01f0f0a at admin>
> Content-Type: text/plain;	charset="iso-8859-1"
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>        From E-Group, Banking-News
>
>
>
>
>
>       SBI launches special service for visually handicapped
>
>
>
>       The United News of India
>
>       Published on July 19, 2010
>
>
>
>
>
>       Mumbai, July 19: (UNI) As part of responsibility to better service
> society, State Bank of India (SBI) will soon start a new service for the
> visually handicapped persons.  It has been given the name Self Service
> Banking Centre (SSBC), and is to be operationalised shortly. To begin with
> the Centre has been set up at the Delhi Head office of SBI at Parliament
> Street. The Centre is handicapped friendly with a ramp for wheelchairs.
>
>
>
>       Facilities for Visually handicapped include the provision of a
> dedicated Braille keypad ATM. SSBC is a staff less technology based banking
> outfit providing multiple banking facilities, namely ATMs, Internet banking
> and mobile banking. 'Roll out of the SSBCs is aimed at increasing customer
> convenience and improving access to financial services,' Senior Bank
> officials said.
>
>
>
>       The Centre was inaugurated recently by SBI Chairman O P Bhatt and will
> become functional soon. India is perhaps unique in having an extensive and
> elaborate programme of financial inclusion. It is incumbent upon state-run
> Banks to provide 40 per cent of their lending to customers from the priority
> sector, which includes agriculture, artisans, small and medium enterprises
> and scheduled castes and tribes. Most government-owned banks also give loans
> to students for pursuing studies, whose dimension is growing rapidly.
>
>
>
>       Another major effort of the Public Sector Banks is to now cover the
> unbanked sectors of the economy, which means areas where banking has not
> reached the populace in urban and rural areas. A large segment of society
> remains under the clutches of money lenders, who charge exorbitant rates of
> interest.
>
>
>
>       State-owned banks are now taking new initiatives to reach out to the
> less privileged groups and those having problems by virtue of a chance of
> birth or that developed later on in life. They need compassion and help. It
> is a well known fact that private sector banks being driven by sheer profit
> motive are reluctant to start such services, even though Banks like the HSBC
> have embarked upon the exercise of financial inclusion.
>
>
>
>       Banking services even in a country like South Africa are highly
> expensive for the common customer. For instance, keeping money below a
> certain level is chargeable, and so is a bank account statement. This is
> true despite a nationwide programme of Black empowerment. All said and done,
> the black population of South Africa remains poor and finds it difficult to
> take advantage of financial services, including banking and insurance.
>
>
>
>       Experts say many countries regard India as a role model for other
> developing countries to emulate with regard to provision of financial
> services--it virtually escaped the global meltdown while the banking sector
> in the West was in the throes of a financial crisis, its elaborate programme
> of financial inclusion and now special facilities for certain sections like
> women and small enterprises. The latest in this league are special services
> for visually handicapped persons by the biggest bank of the country.
>
>
>
>
>
>
>       SBI launches special service for visually handicapped
>
>
>
>       The United News of India
>
>       Published on July 19, 2010
>
>
>
>
>
>       Mumbai, July 19: (UNI) As part of responsibility to better service
> society, State Bank of India (SBI) will soon start a new service for the
> visually handicapped persons.  It has been given the name Self Service
> Banking Centre (SSBC), and is to be operationalised shortly. To begin with
> the Centre has been set up at the Delhi Head office of SBI at Parliament
> Street. The Centre is handicapped friendly with a ramp for wheelchairs.
>
>
>
>       Facilities for Visually handicapped include the provision of a
> dedicated Braille keypad ATM. SSBC is a staff less technology based banking
> outfit providing multiple banking facilities, namely ATMs, Internet banking
> and mobile banking. 'Roll out of the SSBCs is aimed at increasing customer
> convenience and improving access to financial services,' Senior Bank
> officials said.
>
>
>
>       The Centre was inaugurated recently by SBI Chairman O P Bhatt and will
> become functional soon. India is perhaps unique in having an extensive and
> elaborate programme of financial inclusion. It is incumbent upon state-run
> Banks to provide 40 per cent of their lending to customers from the priority
> sector, which includes agriculture, artisans, small and medium enterprises
> and scheduled castes and tribes. Most government-owned banks also give loans
> to students for pursuing studies, whose dimension is growing rapidly.
>
>
>
>       Another major effort of the Public Sector Banks is to now cover the
> unbanked sectors of the economy, which means areas where banking has not
> reached the populace in urban and rural areas. A large segment of society
> remains under the clutches of money lenders, who charge exorbitant rates of
> interest.
>
>
>
>       State-owned banks are now taking new initiatives to reach out to the
> less privileged groups and those having problems by virtue of a chance of
> birth or that developed later on in life. They need compassion and help. It
> is a well known fact that private sector banks being driven by sheer profit
> motive are reluctant to start such services, even though Banks like the HSBC
> have embarked upon the exercise of financial inclusion.
>
>
>
>       Banking services even in a country like South Africa are highly
> expensive for the common customer. For instance, keeping money below a
> certain level is chargeable, and so is a bank account statement. This is
> true despite a nationwide programme of Black empowerment. All said and done,
> the black population of South Africa remains poor and finds it difficult to
> take advantage of financial services, including banking and insurance.
>
>
>
>       Experts say many countries regard India as a role model for other
> developing countries to emulate with regard to provision of financial
> services--it virtually escaped the global meltdown while the banking sector
> in the West was in the throes of a financial crisis, its elaborate programme
> of financial inclusion and now special facilities for certain sections like
> women and small enterprises. The latest in this league are special services
> for visually handicapped persons by the biggest bank of the country.
>
>
>
>
>
>
> S.S.Jogi
>
> ------------------------------
>
> Message: 6
> Date: Thu, 29 Jul 2010 20:08:21 +0530
> From: yogesh dubey <yogeshdubey14 at gmail.com>
> To: accessindia <accessindia at accessindia.org.in>
> Subject: [AI] material for banking exam needed
> Message-ID:
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>
> hai if you are a member of book share then you can find lot's of books
> regarding banking and other competitive exams.
> you can also join my channel entrance exams on www.inclusiveplanet.com.
> wich has been created mainly for sharing data related to entrance exam.
> you can allso find some books in NAB's library.
>
> --
> regards
> yogesh
> skipe yogesh-dubey
>
>
>
> ------------------------------
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> Message: 7
> Date: Thu, 29 Jul 2010 20:24:08 +0530
> From: Srinivasu Chakravarthula <srinivasu at srinivasu.org>
> To: accessindia at accessindia.org.in
> Subject: Re: [AI] SBI launches special service for visually
> 	handicapped
> Message-ID:
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> While I may appreciate the effort, I think, SBI may be interprating
> the term accessibility and inclusion. I am not sure how SSBC would
> customers who are persons with disabilities. I am sure and it's not
> feasable for SBI to establish such centres in more than one area in a
> city. Considering that, why would some one go all the way to SSBC to
> use ATM. I think, they need to invest and put in efforts to make their
> main stream services accessible to all.
>
> On 7/29/10, Surajsingh Jogi <soorajsingh73 at gmail.com> wrote:
>>
>>
>>
>>
>>
>>
>>
>>
>>
>>
>>
>>
>>
>>
>>
>>        From E-Group, Banking-News
>>
>>
>>
>>
>>
>>       SBI launches special service for visually handicapped
>>
>>
>>
>>       The United News of India
>>
>>       Published on July 19, 2010
>>
>>
>>
>>
>>
>>       Mumbai, July 19: (UNI) As part of responsibility to better service
>> society, State Bank of India (SBI) will soon start a new service for the
>> visually handicapped persons.  It has been given the name Self Service
>> Banking Centre (SSBC), and is to be operationalised shortly. To begin with
>> the Centre has been set up at the Delhi Head office of SBI at Parliament
>> Street. The Centre is handicapped friendly with a ramp for wheelchairs.
>>
>>
>>
>>       Facilities for Visually handicapped include the provision of a
>> dedicated Braille keypad ATM. SSBC is a staff less technology based
>> banking
>> outfit providing multiple banking facilities, namely ATMs, Internet
>> banking
>> and mobile banking. 'Roll out of the SSBCs is aimed at increasing customer
>> convenience and improving access to financial services,' Senior Bank
>> officials said.
>>
>>
>>
>>       The Centre was inaugurated recently by SBI Chairman O P Bhatt and
>> will
>> become functional soon. India is perhaps unique in having an extensive and
>> elaborate programme of financial inclusion. It is incumbent upon state-run
>> Banks to provide 40 per cent of their lending to customers from the
>> priority
>> sector, which includes agriculture, artisans, small and medium enterprises
>> and scheduled castes and tribes. Most government-owned banks also give
>> loans
>> to students for pursuing studies, whose dimension is growing rapidly.
>>
>>
>>
>>       Another major effort of the Public Sector Banks is to now cover the
>> unbanked sectors of the economy, which means areas where banking has not
>> reached the populace in urban and rural areas. A large segment of society
>> remains under the clutches of money lenders, who charge exorbitant rates
>> of
>> interest.
>>
>>
>>
>>       State-owned banks are now taking new initiatives to reach out to the
>> less privileged groups and those having problems by virtue of a chance of
>> birth or that developed later on in life. They need compassion and help.
>> It
>> is a well known fact that private sector banks being driven by sheer
>> profit
>> motive are reluctant to start such services, even though Banks like the
>> HSBC
>> have embarked upon the exercise of financial inclusion.
>>
>>
>>
>>       Banking services even in a country like South Africa are highly
>> expensive for the common customer. For instance, keeping money below a
>> certain level is chargeable, and so is a bank account statement. This is
>> true despite a nationwide programme of Black empowerment. All said and
>> done,
>> the black population of South Africa remains poor and finds it difficult
>> to
>> take advantage of financial services, including banking and insurance.
>>
>>
>>
>>       Experts say many countries regard India as a role model for other
>> developing countries to emulate with regard to provision of financial
>> services--it virtually escaped the global meltdown while the banking
>> sector
>> in the West was in the throes of a financial crisis, its elaborate
>> programme
>> of financial inclusion and now special facilities for certain sections
>> like
>> women and small enterprises. The latest in this league are special
>> services
>> for visually handicapped persons by the biggest bank of the country.
>>
>>
>>
>>
>>
>>
>>       SBI launches special service for visually handicapped
>>
>>
>>
>>       The United News of India
>>
>>       Published on July 19, 2010
>>
>>
>>
>>
>>
>>       Mumbai, July 19: (UNI) As part of responsibility to better service
>> society, State Bank of India (SBI) will soon start a new service for the
>> visually handicapped persons.  It has been given the name Self Service
>> Banking Centre (SSBC), and is to be operationalised shortly. To begin with
>> the Centre has been set up at the Delhi Head office of SBI at Parliament
>> Street. The Centre is handicapped friendly with a ramp for wheelchairs.
>>
>>
>>
>>       Facilities for Visually handicapped include the provision of a
>> dedicated Braille keypad ATM. SSBC is a staff less technology based
>> banking
>> outfit providing multiple banking facilities, namely ATMs, Internet
>> banking
>> and mobile banking. 'Roll out of the SSBCs is aimed at increasing customer
>> convenience and improving access to financial services,' Senior Bank
>> officials said.
>>
>>
>>
>>       The Centre was inaugurated recently by SBI Chairman O P Bhatt and
>> will
>> become functional soon. India is perhaps unique in having an extensive and
>> elaborate programme of financial inclusion. It is incumbent upon state-run
>> Banks to provide 40 per cent of their lending to customers from the
>> priority
>> sector, which includes agriculture, artisans, small and medium enterprises
>> and scheduled castes and tribes. Most government-owned banks also give
>> loans
>> to students for pursuing studies, whose dimension is growing rapidly.
>>
>>
>>
>>       Another major effort of the Public Sector Banks is to now cover the
>> unbanked sectors of the economy, which means areas where banking has not
>> reached the populace in urban and rural areas. A large segment of society
>> remains under the clutches of money lenders, who charge exorbitant rates
>> of
>> interest.
>>
>>
>>
>>       State-owned banks are now taking new initiatives to reach out to the
>> less privileged groups and those having problems by virtue of a chance of
>> birth or that developed later on in life. They need compassion and help.
>> It
>> is a well known fact that private sector banks being driven by sheer
>> profit
>> motive are reluctant to start such services, even though Banks like the
>> HSBC
>> have embarked upon the exercise of financial inclusion.
>>
>>
>>
>>       Banking services even in a country like South Africa are highly
>> expensive for the common customer. For instance, keeping money below a
>> certain level is chargeable, and so is a bank account statement. This is
>> true despite a nationwide programme of Black empowerment. All said and
>> done,
>> the black population of South Africa remains poor and finds it difficult
>> to
>> take advantage of financial services, including banking and insurance.
>>
>>
>>
>>       Experts say many countries regard India as a role model for other
>> developing countries to emulate with regard to provision of financial
>> services--it virtually escaped the global meltdown while the banking
>> sector
>> in the West was in the throes of a financial crisis, its elaborate
>> programme
>> of financial inclusion and now special facilities for certain sections
>> like
>> women and small enterprises. The latest in this league are special
>> services
>> for visually handicapped persons by the biggest bank of the country.
>>
>>
>>
>>
>>
>>
>> S.S.Jogi
>> Voice your thoughts in the blog to discuss the Rights of persons with
>> disability bill at:
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> From: "Surya Prakash Sharma" <surya.sharma26 at gmail.com>
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