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Vanshika Malhotra

Preparing for UPSC with an intention to work as a true public servant

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A person you follow posted a new opinion on Dec, 20 2016

Which is more important? Skills or Degrees?

Sahil Khanna had posted

Skills, period. You dont need a degree to well in life, however if you do not have any skills then even with a degree you can make it far.Look at me, i am doing well in m


Vanshika Malhotra Preparing for UPSC with an intention to work

Both skills and degree are important in life, because degree is a identity for you. Without a degree we cant survive in the fastest world. But a degree cant make us to become a perfect man in the world, most of the top companies expected their employees are good in skills like communication skills,technical skill. But without a degree we cant enter the company. Without a skills we cat survive in the company, thus both skills and degree are important.
Both skills and degree are important in life, because degree is a identity for you. Without a degree we cant survive in the fastest world. But a degree cant make us to become a perfect man in the world, most of the top companies expected their employees are good in skills like communication skills,t

Vanshika Malhotra agreed with an opinion onDec, 13 2016

Can the recent privatisation in Indian Defence help us stop the massive Defence Scams?

Sanjay Ashok had posted

Privatisation is easier said than done in this It will lead to far more R&D activities getting completed within a short period than is being achieved at present. Shar



Vanshika Malhotra agreed with an opinion onDec, 13 2016

Something is better than nothing is not true for every aspect, and thus hiring retired teachers in schools might not be that great a step

Paras Mahikansh had posted

I really hate to say it, but yes. People should retire at a certain age. New blood, new ideas, fresh energy. People like me who have a Bachelor's Degree, and can't even g



A person you follow posted a new opinion on Dec, 13 2016

I feel Trump and Brexit happened over a strategy followed by Indian politician vigorously, focus on countryside votes

Shanu Sharma had posted

If you're going to support or influence a political party whether significantly as an individual or as part of a collective, you have a responsibility to know something o


Vanshika Malhotra Preparing for UPSC with an intention to work

Perhaps it has something to do with the fact that so many of our recent politicians live so close to each other and come from the same social circles, one can imagine them all going to the same dinner party. People are fed up with the Establishment City Elite never thinking or having any idea what is happening beyond the walls of these metro cities.
Perhaps it has something to do with the fact that so many of our recent politicians live so close to each other and come from the same social circles, one can imagine them all going to the same dinner party. People are fed up with the Establishment City Elite never thinking or having any idea what i

Vanshika Malhotra started a new discussionDec, 09 2016

BTechs and MBAs in UP line up for sweepers’ jobs. Is it time we move towards creative sectors in education?

Time after time i have been reading news about how BTechs and MBA's have been applying for sweepers and clerks. Also AI is already operational in many industries and countries (amazon go and alfred) and will soon come to India.

We should focus on bracing ourselves rather than going in the same "Safer" option of becoming an engineer and hoping for a better job. There are so many fields which are picking up, hospitality, arts, law, education... why dont we start moving in those directions?


Time after time i have been reading news about how BTechs and MBA's have been applying for sweepers and clerks. Also AI is already operational in many industries and countries (amazon go and alfred) and will soon come to India.We should focus on bracing ourselves rather than going in the same "Safer
A person you follow posted a new opinion on Nov, 23 2016

Is it ok to blur the gap between Narendra Modi the man and the PM ?

Paras Mahikansh had posted

Whayt we fail to understand here is the fact that the App is not making Namo famous but asking people to reach out to the government to understand their needs


Vanshika Malhotra Preparing for UPSC with an intention to work

Modi is too big (PM of India is not a small deal) to bother about making himself famous. He is merely trying to get views and suggestions and mood of his countrymen

Vanshika Malhotra agreed with an opinion onNov, 21 2016

All Hail Americas confused NeoLiberalism!

Steve had posted

At the end of the day Obama is wolf in sheep's clothing. Exactly like HRC he has a public and a private position.He is a gifted speaker who knows how to say all the right



A person you follow posted a new opinion on Nov, 21 2016

Why its unfair to always fall for people who are fair

Sahil Khanna had posted

Actually we have to see this issue in two different perspectives. White skin denotes beauty? Its quite natural among humans to seek or crave towards beauty. But the quest


Vanshika Malhotra Preparing for UPSC with an intention to work

Your explanation is very impractical. In real life this adjectives like intellectual, hard worker don't matter much vis a vis other physical aspect like fair skin, good personality and all. I know this from personal experience. I am very fair but my friend isn't and as I walk with him,or get into train,bus I get attention but he doesn't even though he has good personality, also he is an IIT'an and very intelligent than me. And when he tells me that he doesn't like walking along with me mockingly,I feel bad. I am not boasting but this is the fact. Same things happen with fair girls,even being less qualified vis a vis more qualified girls they get better marriage proposals.

Tell me one thing would you marry a handicap who is also a hard working individual but doesn't have hands? Won't you consider other aspects of life like how's he gonna play with your offspring

Your explanation is very impractical. In real life this adjectives like intellectual, hard worker don't matter much vis a vis other physical aspect like fair skin, good personality and all. I know this from personal experience. I am very fair but my friend isn't and as I walk with him,or get into tr

A person you follow posted a new opinion on Nov, 19 2016

What should be Governments next step with the excess black money it gets its hands on?

Sanjay had posted

Infusion of fund in PSU banks to deal with the rising NPA issue and clean their booksheet and increase the lending hence decreasing the bank interest rates. Govt can use


Vanshika Malhotra Preparing for UPSC with an intention to work

Agreed BUT, It will send a wrong signal to the foreign investors,who may avoid investing their money in fear of further crackdown which is seen as a anti-capitalist move. Doubt on Govt's motive-This step was more concerned about cleaning the black money in the country,if done otherwise,there may be question on govt's intent. More expenditure may lead to more schemes for public appeasement before election in a state.
Agreed BUT, It will send a wrong signal to the foreign investors,who may avoid investing their money in fear of further crackdown which is seen as a anti-capitalist move. Doubt on Govt's motive-This step was more concerned about cleaning the black money in the country,if done otherwise,there may be

Vanshika Malhotra posted an opinion to a discussionNov, 18 2016

Is it fair to call these people martyrs ?

Its absurd to use a term used like martyrs for them. People committing suicide are not martyrs. Tomorrow if someone dies due to some humans fault (a building or a bridge collapses) you can't call them a martyr
Vanshika Malhotra started a new discussionNov, 14 2016

Nehrus contributions have somehow been ignored due to the overwhelming critical opinions

What would have Nehru done in todays scenario?

It should not be forgotten that Nehru took an active interest in projects, some of which seemed ‘unnecessary luxuries’ to his critics. These include IITs and IIMs as well as Isro and the nuclear research program. The successful launch of Mangalyaan, India being a nuclear power and enjoying such an influential presence of in Silicon Valley is all due to the farsightedness of the man, under whose leadership and that of his party, according to some, “nothing worthwhile happened in the past 60 years”. Also, his idea of ‘development’ was not that of converting human beings into robots and morons. It is to his active interest that we owe institutions like Sahitya Akademi, National School of Drama, Film Institute, Sangeet Natak Akademi and Lalit Kala Akademi.

What would have Nehru done in todays scenario?It should not be forgotten that Nehru took an active interest in projects, some of which seemed ‘unnecessary luxuries’ to his critics. These include IITs and IIMs as well as Isro and the nuclear research program. The successful launch of Mangalyaan,

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