Frequently Asked Questions

Examination Services

Frequently Asked Questions :  Examination Services

 

Q.1 What is online examination?
Ans. As human is growing and adopting new technologies in his daily activities, therefore, pen and paper examination has been switched to online examination. In this, a candidate’s competency is assessed on a computer connected through a common server. This is also called computer based examination. This methodology is being widely accepted and promoted across the world. Online examination is not limited to academic bodies but also reliably accepted by various recruitment agencies and departments because of transparency and quick results in this system.
Q.2 What is impersonation in an examination?
Ans. The act of pretending to be another candidate for the purpose of passing an examination or getting any other advantage on someone’s behalf is understood to be an impersonation. Getting involved in such practices or predicament come under unethical policy and as a consequence candidate may lead to judicial enquiry and further hearings.
Q.3 What is Admit card or hall ticket or acknowledgement letter and why this is necessary to carry on examination day?
Ans. Admit card is the document or letter generally issued by examination conducting body in adequate time before the examination date. It contains venue address, examination time table and other mandatory instructions.
Some examination authorities’ dispatch admit card or hall ticket to the candidate’s address whereas some have created download option on their website portal to print. Mostly admit cards bear candidate’s photo and signature but this is not necessary as some have another mechanism of registration and verification at examination centre such as capturing of finger prints using bio-metric devices and clicking photographs etc.
All candidates have to show this letter at the entrance of examination room besides his/her ID card.

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HR-Solutions

Frequently Asked Questions :  HR –Solutions

 

Q.1 what is Human Resources Outsourcing?
Ans. Contracting a third party company for handling human resources and all its related tasks including statutory compliance is called HR Outsourcing. Such practices are now popular across the world so that main employer can focus on their core businesses. This trend has been evolved from the projects which were to execute for short span of time and after successful completion of the project concerned manpower were not required or dissolved.
But now a day Government body and other corporate entities have understood its benefits and hence adopted. Employer has manipulated its processes in various segments as per their requirement.
Q.2 What is RPO i.e. Recruitment Process Outsourcing?
Ans. In this business process, a principal employer transfers its right of recruitment of employees to an external third party on outsourcing basis under specified terms and conditions. The provisions and processes such as conduct of examination, interview, counselling and calculation of pre-defined quota and/or reservations etc are completely or partially handled by third party on behalf of principal employer.
This business process is absolutely different from payroll process, staffing and manpower outsourcing rather widely accepted by various Government departments, PSUs, Corporate especially when bulk recruitment are to be done.
Q. 3 What is employee attrition rate?
Ans. Employee attrition rate of any organization is the rate at which number of employees joined and/or released by a company. There are many factors which affects a company’s attrition rate like retirements, project dissolved, and dissatisfaction etc. All professional companies whose HR system is strong and based on ethical policies maintain a regular check on attrition rate.
Q.4 How payroll processes are executed?
Ans. Payroll processes includes performing many tasks such as timely pay checks or EFT, record keeping procedures, error detection, pay other incomes such as bonuses, commissions, adjustments, wage deductions, additional pay, stop future payments, leave management, appraisals, performance monitoring etc.
Processing and calculation of remunerations two or three days before due date or actual date is an ideal practice.
Using payroll software make this process easy to import or feed data and export in desired formats category wise. Further print reports to maintain records for years.

Energy Sector

Frequently Asked Questions : Energy Sector

 

Q.1 What is PNG?

Ans. PNG is Piped Natural Gas. Actual supply of Natural Gas through medium density poly ethylene pipe lines at a defined recommended pressure is called PNG. Main constituent of PNG is methane.

Q.2 How PNG is a useful fuel?

Ans. Certainly PNG is useful fuel in many ways and that’s why it is preferred widely now a day as an alternate of conventional energy. This is economical and sustainable energy. Major portion of Natural Gas is consumed in various industries and after that domestic usage has been preferred.

Q.3 What are the advantages of Piped Natural Gas?

Ans. It is quite useful in comparison with traditional fuels like Petrol, Diesel, and LPG etc. Usage of PNG is safe, convenient, reasonable, based on simple technology, energy efficient and considered as green energy.

Q.4 Is it possible to convert Diesel engine to Natural Gas?

Ans. Yes, it is possible without much effort and cost. Many companies have developed conversion technology kits which can be installed easily. These companies also provide further maintenance services at reasonable price. After installation of such conversion kit, generator would be functional on both fuels i.e. Diesel as well as Natural Gas.

Q.5 How Natural Gas would reach to the destination industry?

Ans. Numerous of cities have been covered or linked by City Gas Distribution network through pipe lines but at some locations where pipelines have not reached , gas is supplied through cylinders. Natural Gas compressed in cylinders is called CNG (Compressed Natural Gas).

Q.6 What is the scope of Natural Gas in India?

Ans. Intense efforts have been made by various Government as well as Private sector companies for last few decades to make available Natural Gas in India. Its network and presence is being increasing every day.

Natural Gas pipeline grid is widely expanding in the country and as per study reports by 2020 it would be easily recognised as a sustainable fuel by all common people of the country.