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How do I fill out the application for IIIT-H CLD impressively?
I assume you mean the Biography section. My advice would be to just be as honest as possible. The key to an application being impressive is not what you have done, but how you portray it. Just be creative and original in explaining your experience.Please do comment if you have any other questions and check out the councelling forum on Facebook. Cheers!
Do you love your name or do you wish your name to be some other name?
I don’t like my name. Well not as much as my ex-name.My name is Divyansh Mundra (currently). The first name Divyansh was picked up by me when I was about 15 years old and legally changed.Divyansh is not the name by which my family knows me, nor do the people who’ve known me since the time that I was born call me ‘Divyansh• because Divyansh was not my birth name.My grandfather gave me the coolest of names, and I wish that I could have kept it with me.Sadly, English happened.You’ll know why.When this guy was born, he looked like this-(My mom drew a sketch of me after a few days when I was born. My dad was away and there were no cell phones available then to just click and WhatsApp the pic of your baby)And my grandfather gave me the name दिव्य (Divya), which means divine or angelic or heavenly.It’s quite awesome if you ask me.(Translations have been included in the picture)But there was a catch-दिव्य (Divya) cannot be written in English without meaning something else. दिव्या (Divya) on the other hand can be.दिव्या (pronounced like Divyaaa) and दिव्य (pronounced somewhat like Divyha) are both spelled the same in English as Divya. But दिव्या is the name of a girl, while दिव्य is the name of a boy.So courtesy of English medium schools across the country, I had to write my beautiful name दिव्य as Divya, which is popularly the name of a girl.So while marking attendance, the teacher would look up in surprise after hearing a male voice.Also, when you’re writing your name as that of a girl, you’re handing out a loaded weapon to your friends. They don’t even have to try to come up with names to tease you.Naturally, by the time I was in eighth standard, I was a shy little kid who’ll have stage fear• not because he was afraid to speak in front of a crowd, but because of the humiliation he’d have to face when the announcer would spell the name of a girl instead.After facing a lot of ridicule and shattered ego on many instances, I forced my parents to get my name changed.What could I name myself without doing any damage?Divya became Divyansh, and I finally breathed a whiff of fresh air. Divyansh just means part-divine, but if it saves you the embarrassment of the name of a girl, it’s fine with me.If you can’t be the god, you be the demi-god. And this literally sums up the transition of my name.The rest, as they say, is history.Well, not really, my friends still teased me by that name and I’m still shy, so it didn’t really matter....I just wish English wasn’t this funny of a language.Peace Out!(Image Source: Instagram- Divyansh Mundra (@divyansh_mundra) •
For the new 2022 W-4 form, do I also print out the separate A-H worksheet and fill that out for my employer?
No, an employee is not required to give the separate worksheet to the employer. Keep it for your own records.
A hole is made in the bottom of a container having water filled up to a height h. What is the velocity of water flowing out of the hole?
The basic formula for velocity of water flowing out of the small hole in the wall or in the bottom of the container can be derived from Bernoulli’s equation and is called Torricelli’s law:[math]v=\sqrt{2gh} \tag*{}[/math]But to get actual velocity magnitude you must also include velocity loss coefficient φ:[math]v=\varphi \cdot \sqrt{2gh} \tag*{}[/math]
What will happen if the United States revokes all Indian H-1B visas, sending all H-1B holders back to India? How would it affect the U.S., as well as India?
There is already a per country limit per year for Greencard. So, if the similar policy is applied to H1B, there may be a possibility to limit H1Bs from a given country in the future. But, if were to happen, here is what I believe would happen:Everyone boards their flight and returns to India.30% of them start their own companies in India.All the companies in the U.S that employed on H1B visa holders would be struggling to find replacements to get a U.S Citizen with the same commitment to perform the job with the same salary.The immigration attorney business goes into a recession.40% of the U.S Universities will be struggling to attract Indian students on F1 visa.30% of the professors in U.S Universities without tenure will be removed from their jobs.Canada, New Zealand, Australia will be the new USA for Indians.USD-INR rate will go down atleast by 15% in 1 year.The rental prices for the apartments in metro areas like SFO, NJ, Chicago, Detroit, Houston etc will go down by 20% in 1 year.Last but not the least, 30% of the people sent back on H1B will be back to the USA on L1B/L1A visas !Special mention from Clay Schumacher :11. My family and I will miss our indian friends.March 17 2017:Related to the point 5 above that I mentioned 6 weeks back, I see an article today in TOI. 40% of US colleges see dip in foreign applicants - Times of IndiaAug 4 2017:Many people are asking about the point 3 above and asking if Indians are working for lesser salaries today. Well, ANY country person on H1B “should” work per the H1B LCA salaries. The H1B LCA salaries are set by the US Government - not Indian companies. All the US Companies hire any H1B person only after an “approved H1B LCA petition” given by the US Government. It’s only the H1B LCA salaries set by the US Government to blame. Even all the H1B holders want the LCA salaries to be increased !
What is it like in Tokyo, Japan?
It’s very different than living in any other city I’ve lived in (Boston, Los Angeles, and San Francisco). Here are some unique things I noticed, in no particular order:Having 24-hour convenience stores for food and basic necessities makes life very• convenient.Trash and recycling needs to be thoroughly sorted by type (e.g. combustible, non-combustible, PET bottle etc…) before taken out on its designated day. Failure to sort your trash properly will result in your trash being put back on your doorstep :( I never figured out how they could tell whose bag of trash was whose.There aren’t very many public trash cans so you need to carry your trash around until you got home to dispose of it properly.Subways and buses are frequent and almost always run on schedule. Even a few minutes of delay can cause restlessness.Riding on the subway is very quiet. Chatting loudly and talking on your phone is discouraged.Sexual harassment on subways is not uncommon. During rush hour, busy subways lines usually pra female only car.People won’t tell you if you’re in their way or inconveniencing them. If you’re blocking the “walk” side of an escalator, people usually just wait (impatiently) behind you until you notice and move.I always carried cash with me. A lot of local stores don’t accept credit card.You go to international supermarkets to buy American and European goods.Meat is expensive.Some areas are extremely hipster and very obsessed with coffee. (I guess this is not that different from cities I’ve lived in…)It’s almost always acceptable (and normal) to drink beer with dinner.Restaurants don’t serve wine often, but if they do, you can only choose between white or red. You only see wine selections at wine bars or high class restaurants.Usually only men go by themselves to ramen and beef bowl shops. Going in by yourself as a female can be quite uncomfortable. Lately though, ramen stores targeted to females (modern decor and healthier/“lighter” flavors) have been popping up and are becoming more popular.On the other hand, going to a cake shop by yourself as a female is normal and acceptable. It is pretty uncommon to see a guy eat at a cake shop, let alone by himself.Saying or hearing things like “Because I’m a man…” or “Because you are a woman…” is pretty common and acceptable, I guess.You can microwave the plastic wrap.I would refer to myself and the person I’m talking to in the third person.Service is great. Retail and restaurant workers generally treat their guests very well and are very attentive. For example, if you buy sweets from the food level of a large department store, they will always take the extra minute to wrap it very nicely for you.It’s uncommon to find soap in bathrooms.It is extremely safe. I used to leave my laptop at a cafe to keep my spot and go out for lunch. I’ve heard that petty crimes have been increasing lately though.There are very different norms and customs around working, see Kristin Au's answer to What were the biggest surprises when working in Japan?Hitting on people/ being hit on by random people happens a lot. One time I was walking home from a long day of work and errands when a middle-aged salary man starting walking next to me and very bluntly asked me “Onee-san, would you like to accompany me to dinner?”There are a few “designated” nampa, or pick-up, places, including in front of the Tsutaya at the famous Shibuya Crossing. I have never experienced it but have heard that there are people (usually males) who hang out there to nampa as a hobby as well as people (usually females) who stand around waiting to be hit on.People will set up events, called goukons, to find a boyfriend/ girlfriend. One girl and one guy, who are acquaintances, will each recruit the same number of girls and guys (usually around 2 to 4 people) to go to dinner, usually at an izakaya, or Japanese pub. After dinner, the girls and guys will pair up via a “deciding” game or by taking turns to choose who they want to be with. Afterwards, they will either do a group activity or separate pair activities. Goukons are pretty common-place, and have even been used as settings for commercials.Books at bookstores are usually plastic wrapped. Sometimes there might be a “sample” book you could take a look through.Almost everything has a mascot. My office building’s mascot was a tiger Doraemon.
What are some names you should not name your child?
Let's talk some data here -The twenty “Whitest” girl names -MollyAmyClaireEmilyKatieMadelineKatelynEmmaAbigailCarlyJennaHeatherKatherineCaitlinKaitlinHollyAllisonKaitlynHannahKathrynThe twenty “Blackest” girl names -ImaniEbonyShaniceAaliyahPreciousNiaDejaDiamondAsiaAliyahJadaTierraTiaraKiaraJasmineJasminJazminJasmineAlexisRavenThe twenty “Whitest” boy names -JakeConnorTannerWyattCodyDustinLukeJackScottLoganColeLucasBradleyJacobGarrettDylanMaxwellHunterBrettColinThe twenty “Blackest” boy names -DeShawnDeAndreMarquisDarnellTerrellMalikTrevonTyroneWillieDominiqueDemetriusReginaldJamalMauriceJalenDariusXavierTerranceAndreDarrylSo how does it matter if you have a very white name or a very black name? Over the years, a series of “audit studies” have tried to measure how people perceive different names. In a typical audit study, a researcher would send two identical (and fake) resumes, one with a traditionally white name and the other with an immigrant or minority-sounding name, to potential employers. The “white” resumes have always gleaned more job interviews.According to such a study, if DeShawn Williams and Jake Williams sent identical resumes to the same employer, Jake Williams would be more likely to get a callback.The implication is that black-sounding names carry an economic penalty. Such studies are tantalizing but severely limited for they can't explain why DeShwan didn't get the call. Was he rejected because the employer is a racist and is convinced that DeShawn Williams is black? Or did he reject him because “DeShawn” sounds like someone from a low-income, low-education family? A resume is a Fairly undependable set of clues - a recent study showed that more than 50 percent of them contain lies - so “DeShawn” may simply signal a disadvantaged background to an employer who believes that workers from such backgrounds are undependable.Nor do the black-white audit studies predict what might have happened in a job interview. What if the employer is racist, and if he unwittingly agreed to interview a black person who happened to have a white-sounding name - would he be any more likely to hire the black applicant after meeting face-to-face? Or is the interview a painful and discouraging waste of time for the black applicant - that is, an economic penalty of having a white sounding name? Along those same lines, perhaps a black person with a white name pays an economic penatly in the black community, and what of the potential advantage to be gained in the black community by having a distinctively black name? But because the audit studies can't measure the actual life outcomes of the dictious DeShawn Williams versus Jake Williams, they can't assess the broader impact of a distinctively black name.Maybe DeShawn should just change his name.So does a name matter?The data show that, on average, a person with a distinctively black name - whether it is a woman named Imani or a man named DeShawn- does have a worse life outcome than a woman named Molly or a man named Jake. But it isn't the fault of their names. If two black boys, Jake Williams and DeShawn Williams, are born in the same neighborhood and into the same family and economic circumstances, they would likely to have similar life outcomes. But the kind of parents who name their son Jake don't tend to live in the same neighborhoods or share economic circumstances with the kind of parents who name their son DeShawn. And that's why, on average, a boy named Jake will tend to earn more money and get more education than a boy named DeShawn. A DeShawn is more likely to have been handicapped by a low-income, low-education, single parent background. His name is an indicator - not a cause - of his outcome. Just as a child with no books in his home isn't likely to test well in school, a boy named DeShawn isn't likely to do well in life.And what if DeShawn had changed his name to Jake or Connor: would his situation improve? Here's a guess: anybody who bothers to change his name in the name of economic success is - at least highly motivated, and motivation is probably a stronger indicator of success than, well, a name.—It would go very big, but you can get the essence of the impact of names of people on their lives.Source: FreakonomicsI recommend this book to all and to read this full study on parenting and naming children, its just awesome.
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