From the notification shared by German Mission in India for the People having permanent residency in Germany, and can not travel back to Germany due to lock down situation and travel bans. These are the official information shared to help you out in this pandemic situation.
Below is an update (23.04) focusing on non-Germans with permanent residency in Germany
“Now that our repatriation program is nearing its last phase, quite a number of Indian citizens with permanent residency, work permit, Blue Card or student visa for Germany have approached us to see if we could help them return to Germany.
I have a lot of sympathy for these concerns, and understand very well the difficult situation this is causing for many of you. But it is also important to be realistic and transparent in what ‘Team India’ (Embassy and our 4 General Consulates) can do for you in this situation.
1. The target group for the one-time repatriation program was those most vulnerable in such a situation: tourists and short-time travellers (as well as people with serious illnesses), those dependent on (closing) hotels and restaurants, without a support network of family and friends in India. Hence all other Germans (or people with residence permit in Germany) residing in India or with family ties in India were not part of this target group. This also includes many Germans for whom this international travel ban has caused quite some economic, educational or personal losses. Negative repercussions of this global crisis are unprecedented and are hitting us all.
2. There is a countrywide lock down in India (and many other countries) and the fight against the corona virus necessitates that all of us to respect curfews and travel restrictions. In many cases, there will be no other option than preparing to stay safe and remain where you are until regular travel becomes possible again.
3. There still are occasional specially chartered repatriation flights by some European airlines, which can be booked online. But please be aware that due to their non-commercial nature, relief-flight restrictions by the airline or by Indian aviation authorities might apply on who can board such flights!
4. In case you get on such a flight please be aware that once you fly to Germany you will have to undergo home quarantine for two weeks.
5. As for visa, work or student issues, it might be a good idea to contact your employer, university, landlord, etc., in order to see how to prepare for the days when commercial flights reopen again. You can be sure that there will be many cases like yours where people are stuck and can’t return to their destinations. We’re all in this together. This pandemic, in many aspects, has entered uncharted territory, so it requires flexibility and patience, but most of all, understanding that our main priority must be to fight the virus as efficiently as possible.
I wish you and your family all the best. Please stay well and safe, and I hope to meet many of you in less tense times – either in Germany or in India!”
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Are you looking for tips and methods to improve your speaking in German language? Normally speaking can be improved over the period of time being in the environment where the language is being spoken. It is a fact one can learn speaking by hearing the sound...as we all know that deaf born baby is not able to speak anything even though his speaking organs are fine. There are number of other factors which can help you to reach fluency in the speaking in German. Your background and your practice and method are the biggest one.
Here I will share the learning tips which helped me during my journey until now. Follow if something you can try for yourself if it helps you in your fluency.
1. Play DAMSHARAS
I know it sounds weird, but it's impossible at the beginning of your learning a new language phase that you know every single word, so in that crucial time you can use gestures and body language to convey your message. Sometimes you have a hint of the word, but not able to remember it completely, associating it with the gestures you will be able to use the purest form of communication. In another way, during this communication method, the receiver can give you the word for the thing you were trying to say with the gestures and body language.
I will share my experience of being alone in Russia for the first time in my life at the age of 18, I had no clue about the Russian language. I was waiting at Saratov train station for someone to pick me up, but after waiting for 2-3 hours, I was so tired due to travelling since 3 days from Surat to Saratov via Delhi and Moscow. I decided to book a room so I can rest until this miscommunication can be solved. I went to the stations guest house, I could only say Hello and the lady over there could not speak any English. I was showing with my hand 1 room for me. I showed her my ticket from Moscow to Saratov. She was replying back with her hand one or two, I insisted one again and again. But later she showed me the room one was private and two was for sharing and she showed the price on her phone (Nokia Phone) for both rooms. This way I was able to find myself a room for that night without speaking Russian language and no chance of having internet on my phone in 2013 on my first day in Russia. After that, I got the WIFI and contacted the responsible person about my stay and the problem was solved. That was my AIESEC Exchange Programm in Saratov.
2. Get the environment
The best way to grab the fluency is by being in the environment of that particular language. That would be by moving into a German-speaking country like Germany, if possible or else making some native friends of that language. Even I have seen many people from foreign students are always in their country groups, even after staying in Germany for many years. It's good to be with your countrymen but if you have goals of speaking the language fluently you should also have more native friends, it helps not only in learning the language but also you get familiar with the culture.
I have been living in German-speaking houses since my first day in Germany, In Berlin, I was living with a German guest family where I had my full time talking session all day from breakfast to evening tea, which made me or forced me to speak in the German language. Even after that, I have always found a WG(Shared Apartments) with German speakers throughout my journey in Germany since December 2015, excluding a few months where I was living in non-German WGs. Sometimes it is not possible for people with a family to have experiences like me, they can find some Facebook Groups for German speakers or some useful sites Like Meetup Duolingo Events and other for language exchange meetups near you. You can find some tandem partner to practice your language, there are many such apps available on play stores. Italki is one of them. Even I am also offering speaking sessions due to this lockdown situation. You can get information on M4dspeaks Facebook page.
Germany is getting popular for higher studies in whole world due to it's quality education and low tuition fees. Apart from that students are allowed to work 120 half and 240 full days in a year to finance their studies. There is an arrangements known as block account where every international students need to deposit funds needed to deposit to ensure the survival and costs of living in Germany.
As the corona crisis is getting over the world, and Germany at the moment. Many cafes, Restaurant, Theaters and shops are fully or partially closed due to this lock down situation. There are not enough jobs this students can do at the moment. Many students are depended on this part time job to finance their study. More than half of the students are depended on this income. This situation creates a major financial problems as most of them are into temporary jobs and they do not get any financial security during such crisis. There are demands from the local university student political groups to look into this matter and provide some sort of emergency funds to the needy one in crisis like this. The students can not even fly to their parents due to lock down situation in almost many countries. I am being a former student from India, I can speak of many students who are facing such issues and can not ask for funds from their parents and now here they can not make up for the fund needed to pay their rent and other needed expenses. This is the story of the students from countries like eastern Europe, Asia, Africa and Latin America. Students with weak financial situation are under stress and worried about their survivals.
Emergency funds from DAAD and Studentenwerk
Thankfully German authorities have planned emergency funds for the students in financial crisis. This information can be seen from the university and Studentenwerk websites. Normally students can apply it for 2-3 times maximum, and which is the emergency fund which does not needed to be returned but it's only in case of real emergency. There are information about the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) about helping international students in the crisis. I have attached the link below about the emergency funds from my university HAW Hamburg and I am pretty sure about such funds and arrangements in each German universities. In case of any emergency financial situation one can always contact the international office and seek the needed the help.
Indian students in Germany
As of now most universities have postponed their sommer semester and some has started their semester with online classes only. If any Indian students are facing trouble at the moment they can contact the above methods common to the all international students. Apart from that there are Indian associations in most of the cities and universities which are kept in constant contact with Indian embassy. They can surely give you ear or try to help you out in appropriate manner.
Please follow the official Information from the authorities and avoid panic and stay safe.
Corona or Covid-19 outbreak is there since the December last year, the spread was started in Wuhan and as of now is affecting 163 countries and territories around the world including a cruise ship harboured in Yokohama, Japan. This is the high time when the whole world needs to think more than the stocking toilet papers. The virus itself is not that harmful, but the panic and stupidity of many people are. It's the time when we need to support the steps suggested by scientists and the government to control the spread with the target in mind to eliminate it. We all should be stop complaining about the travel restrictions and some other nominal issues for the god's sake.
The whole world is in the fight against covid-19 (Corona Virus), which is spreading throughout the globe exponentially. It's not the individual diseases as it is affecting the whole system, let it be a financial system, medical system, even out social system. This virus has the incubation period from 1-14 days as per the WHO, even after that Symptoms are mild in most of the cases. Even without noticing any symptoms one can infect other people in close contact circle. Older people and people with existing sickness and low immunity mainly related to lungs and breathing issues are at higher risk. Young people can fight back the virus with good immunity, to say the virus itself is not that fatal, but it's highly infectious.
if we see the figures in Italy the number of infected cases increased drastically, from 157 on 23rd Feb 2020 to 31,506 on 17th March on the day of writing this post. In less than 3 weeks the numbers went from a hundred to thousands. This creates the problems with the resource allocation and now the doctors in Italy need to decide to save the patient as per the chances of survival, by letting the old and low immunity people dying or leaving them on God's hand.
You are an international student planning to join your university in Germany in the Sommer semester 2020, which normally starts on March 2020 to April 2020. People who are already in Germany they know the situation better, but the people who are still in their Home country must be definitely sceptical about their flying to Germany, as the situation is changing on an hourly basis. If we see the number of infected people all over the world, Germany is on the 6th rank having more than 3000 confirmed cases, having 46 persons recovered and 7 losses till now. And the situation is uncertain as the growth in the number of infected is rising exponentially. Apart from panic buying of toilet papers and other canned food in the supermarket, and spreading fake information on social media, there are no strict isolation or lockdown has not been implemented yet.
Now what does it mean for Incoming students
Germany hasn't closed its border until now, so people can still travel to Germany. People who were travelling or were in highly infected countries (Italy, China, Korea, France) are being asked to observe a 14-day quarantine to avoid the infection being spread. If does that mean you have to miss your studies or exam you can present a formal document to university. Latest highly infected areas can be found on the Robert Koch Institute website. It is advised to be informed about the latest travel information for Germany on the German embassy website.
According to Robert Koch institute "The risk to the health of the population in Germany is currently assessed as moderate overall. However, this risk varies from region to region and is high in "particularly affected areas". The probability of serious disease progression increases with advancing age and in the case of pre-existing conditions. The burden on the health care system depends largely on the regional spread of the infection, the available capacities and the countermeasures are taken (isolation, quarantine, social distancing) and can be very high locally. This assessment may change in the short term as a result of new findings".
So if you fall under the suspected case of Coronavirus, you will be monitored by the responsible authorities upon arrival in Germany. It can be any means of entering in Germany. The best thing would be to consult the university international office about the latest status related to Corona Epidemie. The most university website has sent emails to inform as well as posted on the Home page of their websites. The universities which didn't begin yet, have postponed the semester start one month later, some universities which had earlier start are waiting for the official confirmation from state authorities, but you are not obliged to attend the universities and are advised to avoid the gatherings as well as take care of your hygiene. Virtual format of learning and meeting are proposed whenever possible.
For the International students or students who will soon be coming to Germany to study should enquire directly at their university about the current situation at their university location as per the advice from DAAD.
Preventative measures: (recommended by the Federal Centre for Health Education)
Below I have listed some trusted resources and some university websites from different regions in Germany, It would be helpful to take the decision. It's strongly advised if it's avoidable than don't travel for the time being. At this time one can hope for the best response from the government and the society together to fight back the coronavirus.
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That old Loverboy song “Everybody’s Working for the Weekend” rings true for so many of us who give their all Monday through Friday, and just want to use Saturday and Sunday to catch up on some R&R. What a lot of us don’t realize is that spending Saturday and Sunday binge-watching Netflix or sleeping off hangovers is a complete waste of 2/7 of our life. The most successful people know that, even if they won’t be doing much “work” over the weekend, they still have to be productive if they want to stay ahead of the rest of the population. Rather than glue themselves to the couch watching reality TV all weekend, the hardest working among us choose to:
Successful individuals don’t go haphazardly into the weekend. They plan their day out just as they would any other. It might be a little more loosely-scheduled than a typical Tuesday, but with only so many hours in a week, successful people know they have to use all the free time they can get to accomplish the errands and tasks they need to accomplish. Without a plan, you’ll end up watching “just one more episode” of sitcom reruns before you realize it’s already 4 p.m. on Sunday.
2. Get up early
Of course it feels good to sleep in, but it feels even better to have checked some tasks off your list before anyone else around you has gotten out of bed. It’s actually quite rejuvenating to get up and moving early on days you don’t have to. Starting your Saturday off by hitting the gym or reading a book will leave you feeling more refreshed than if you wasted an extra two or three hours laying in bed staring at the ceiling.
In today’s busy, interconnected world, most of us never truly leave work at work. Our phones are likely connected to our email and Twitter accounts, meaning we can be bombarded with a work-related task even after the 5 p.m. whistle blows on Friday. But even the hardest working among us need time to let work go. Laura Vanderkam, author of What the Most Successful People Do on the Weekend, advocates taking a “tech Sabbath,” even for a couple hours over the weekend. Go fishing or hiking, visit a museum or library – and do so without your phone in your pocket. You’ll be amazed at how much more visceral the experience is.
During the week, you probably told yourself you were going to hit the gym at least once or twice. Then, life happened. While you can’t blame yourself for neglecting the gym because you needed to pick up your kids or your wife’s car broke down, the weekend is the perfect time to make up for lost opportunities. And if you can knock it off early in the day, doing so will absolutely kickstart your day and keep you motivated and moving throughout everything else you have planned for your time off.
During the week, you may not have had time to eat dinner with your kids or take them out for ice cream. Don’t be that parent that’s so addicted to work that they neglect the people they are working to support. Plan fun activities to do as a family, and don’t forget about taking your spouse out for romantic dinner dates every once in a while. Make the time to meet up with friends and connect in more ways than just text messaging each other every few weeks. After all, what’s the point of life if you can’t enjoy it with the people you love?
6. Follow passions and hobbies
Warren Buffet plays the ukulele George W. Bush paints. Jay Leno is a car freak. Successful people use every minute of their free time doing something they love doing, because they know they’ll never get that time back. Even if your hobby requires hard work and dedication, if you’re passionate about it, you’ll still be relaxed and comfortable while working on it. Don’t waste precious time scrolling through Twitter when you could be learning a new song on piano. You never know when a simple hobby could turn into a life-long passion.
7. Embrace downtime and reflect
Of course, there are times you’ll need to sit quietly and let yourself just be. Career coach and author Roy Cohen believes meditating to be a great way to achieve peace of mind, while life coach Marsha Egan says most successful people use their downtime to reflect on their accomplishments, failures, and future plans.
8. Prepare for the week ahead
There’s a reason many people wake up in a groggy panic every single Monday morning: They haven’t mentally prepare themselves for the work week. Especially if you’ve wasted the weekend and didn’t do all of the tasks you said you were going to “when you had the time,” Monday mornings can be an incredibly stressful time. But if you’ve used your weekend wisely, and you take some time Sunday night to analyze all the errands and jobs you need to do throughout the week, you can wake up on Monday feeling ready to take on whatever gets thrown at you.
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Every entrepreneur knows that the success of their business ultimately rests on their shoulders. Yes, the product you build and the team you hire are important, but your ability to lead is what carries your company.
With that kind of pressure, it’s easy to feel stressed, lonely and overwhelmed at times. Every great leader has faced a challenge that defined their greatness, which is why we often turn to their advice when needed.
Whether you’re an entrepreneur, business owner, or team leader, here are 50 inspirational quotes on leadership for when you need a little pep talk.
1. "A leader takes people where they want to go. A great leader takes people where they don't necessarily want to go, but ought to be." –Rosalynn Carter
2. “A leader is best when people barely know he exists, when his work is done, his aim fulfilled, they will say: we did it ourselves.” - Lao Tzu
3. "It's hard to lead a cavalry charge if you think you look funny on a horse." - Adlai E. Stevenson II
4. "Great leaders are almost always great simplifiers, who can cut through argument, debate, and doubt to offer a solution everybody can understand." – Colin Powell
5. “The first responsibility of a leader is to define reality. The last is to say thank you. In between, the leader is a servant.” - Max DePree
6. "If your actions inspire others to dream more, learn more, do more and become more, you are a leader." – John Quincy Adams
7. “A leader is a dealer in hope.” - Napoleon Bonaparte
8. "A leader...is like a shepherd. He stays behind the flock, letting the most nimble go out ahead, whereupon the others follow, not realizing that all along they are being directed from behind." - Nelson Mandela
9. “He who has never learned to obey cannot be a good commander.” -Aristotle
10. "Leadership is the art of getting someone else to do something you want done because he wants to do it." - Dwight D. Eisenhower
11. "As we look ahead into the next century, leaders will be those who empower others." – Bill Gates
12. “A good leader is a person who takes a little more than his share of the blame and a little less than his share of the credit." - John Maxwell
13. “Become the kind of leader that people would follow voluntarily; even if you had no title or position.” - Brian Tracy
14. "The leaders who offer blood, toil, tears and sweat always get more out of their followers than those who offer safety and a good time. When it comes to the pinch, human beings are heroic." – George Orwell
15. “I start each day by telling myself what a positive influence I am on this world.” - Peter Daisyme
16. “Earn your leadership every day." - Michael Jordan
17. "Before you are a leader, success is all about growing yourself. When you become a leader, success is all about growing others." –Jack Welch
18. “Leadership is lifting a person’s vision to high sights, the raising of a person’s performance to a higher standard, the building of a personality beyond its normal limitations.” - Peter Drucker
19. "My job is not to be easy on people. My job is to take these great people we have and to push them and make them even better." - Steve Jobs
20. "The led must not be compelled. They must be able to choose their own leader." – Albert Einstein
21. “Great leaders find ways to connect with their people and help them fulfill their potential.” - Steven J. Stowell
22. "To have long-term success as a coach or in any position of leadership, you have to be obsessed in some way." - Pat Riley
23. "If you think you are leading and turn around to see no one following, then you are just taking a walk." – Benjamin Hooks
24. “The challenge of leadership is to be strong, but not rude; be kind, but not weak; be bold, but not bully; be thoughtful, but not lazy; be humble, but not timid; be proud, but not arrogant; have humor, but without folly.” - Jim Rohn
25. "A man who wants to lead the orchestra must turn his back on the crowd." - Max Lucado
26. “To do great things is difficult; but to command great things is more difficult.” - Friedrich Nietzsche
27. "It is absolutely necessary...for me to have persons that can think for me, as well as execute orders." - George Washington
28. "Leaders aren’t born, they are made. And they are made just like anything else, through hard work." - Vince Lombardi
29. “A cowardly leader is the most dangerous of men.” - Stephen King
30. "A man always has two reasons for doing anything: a good reason and the real reason."- J.P. Morgan
31. “Not the cry, but the flight of a wild duck, leads the flock to fly and follow.” - Chinese Proverb
32. "The ultimate measure of a man is not where he stands in moments of comfort, but where he stands at times of challenge and controversy." - Martin Luther King, Jr.
33. “No man will make a great leader who wants to do it all himself, or to get all the credit for doing it.” - Andrew Carnegie
34. "Average leaders raise the bar on themselves; good leaders raise the bar for others; great leaders inspire others to raise their own bar." -Orrin Woodward
35. "Those who try to lead the people can only do so by following the mob." – Oscar Wilde
36. “Outstanding leaders go out of their way to boost the self-esteem of their personnel. If people believe in themselves, it’s amazing what they can accomplish.” - Sam Walton
37. “Example is not the main thing in influencing others. It is the only thing.” - Albert Schweitzer
38. “If your actions create a legacy that inspires others to dream more, learn more, do more and become more, then, you are an excellent leader.” - Dolly Parton
39. “I am reminded how hollow the label of leadership sometimes is and how heroic followership can be.” - Warren Bennis
40. “In this world a man must either be an anvil or hammer.” - Henry W. Longfellow
41. “It is absurd that a man should rule others, who cannot rule himself. (Absurdum est ut alios regat, qui seipsum regere nescit.)” - Latin Proverb
42. “The history of the world is but the biography of great men.” - Thomas Carlyle
43. “A ruler should be slow to punish and swift to reward.” - Ovid
44. “You don’t have to hold a position in order to be a leader” - Henry Ford
45. “Rely on your own strength of body and soul. Take for your star self-reliance, faith, honesty, and industry. Don't take too much advice — keep at the helm and steer your own ship, and remember that the great art of commanding is to take a fair share of the work. Fire above the mark you intend to hit. Energy, invincible determination with the right motive, are the levers that move the world.” - Noah Porter
46. "Don't blow off another's candle for it won't make yours shine brighter." Jaachynma N.E. Agu
47. “I cannot give you the formula for success, but I can give you the formula for failure, which is: Try to please everybody.” - Herbert Swope
48. “He who has learned how to obey will know how to command.” -Solon
49. “If one is lucky, a solitary fantasy can totally transform one million realities.” - Maya Angelou
50. “The best executive is the one who has sense enough to pick good men to do what he wants done, and self-restraint to keep from meddling with them while they do it.” - Theodore Roosevelt
1. Start now.
Are you bored with your life? Are you uninspired to update your blog? Are you lazy to shoot your short film? Let's put that aside now because we're bringing you 12 simple tricks that will help you get back on track right away.
2. Set a performance goal.
3. Make an if-then rule.
4. Don’t think about survival.
5. Rise above your insecurities.
6. Get a routine.
7. Embrace discipline.
8. Keep realistic expectations from yourself.
9. Stay away from toxic people.
10. Understand the value of that ‘extra’ bit.
11. Ask yourself - ‘ Do I want it bad enough?’
12. Stick notes.
It’s always wise to respect other cultures when you’re on your travels. The problem is, there are some things that you can do that are disrespectful and you never even realised. Tricky business is travelling and having heaps of fun.
Here’s why you shouldn’t do this terrible stuff.
Don’t talk about money in France
According to France Today, the French care about money just as much as the rest of us, they just don’t like talking about it. Is that because Paris is so expensive? No, apparently talking about money is seen as vulgar, tacky and boring. Another idea that they float around is a fear of the tax authorities that goes way back in French history. The French have spent centuries devising ways to avoid them. For example, the narrow buildings in the pretty southwestern city of Bayonne have few windows—the more windows, the more the building was taxed.
Don’t give an even number of flowers in Ukraine.
You meet a cool Ukrainian woman, you try and woo her with a dozen red roses and she never talks to you again. Why? Because even numbers are for funerals. Eek.
Don’t honk at people in New Zealand
Apparently people just don’t honk in New Zealand and when they do it is to insult somebody. So don’t do it! Unless you want to insult someone, then honking is the best bet.
Don’t touch the opposite sex in public when in India.
It’s difficult to find out exactly why they don’t like it, but it’s just a no go area. Public displays of affection are frowned upon and should be kept for private occasions.
Don’t leave tips in Japan
The Japanese just don’t tip, they never have. If you do leave a tip they may start to worry about things such as paying taxes on it. They may feel the need to report the incident to their employer. Worse, they may take it as an insult.
Don’t get offended at local’s jokes in Mexico.
We tried to find out why this is, but despite numerous creative different approaches to our Google searches we always seemed to end up with loads of sites telling racist jokes about Mexicans. That’s the internet for you.
Don’t ask about going to church in Norway.
You’d better think of some other material should you be reaching for Sunday morning chit chat in Norway. Most people don’t attend church, and asking this is seen as intrusive, rude and downright weird.
Don’t give the OK gesture in Turkey
In other countries this is a positive sign, in Turkey it is not. It means you are accusing someone of being a homosexual and is considered very bad.
Don’t try and imitate the Irish accent.
We wonder how many people have walked in to a pub in Ireland and said ‘Top of the morning to ya.’ Apparently it won’t go down too well. If you try to copy their accent they may think you’re trying to patronise them or make fun of them, at the very least they’ll think you’re a bit weird.
Don’t wish happy birthday before the day itself in Germany.
In Germany it is believed that things will inevitably fail if you say that they can’t fail. If you wish someone a happy birthday in advance that implies that the person will surly survive until that birthday. Following German logic that has been around for years, and is more a habit than a genuine belief, it will increase the probability of that person dying before the birthday.
Don’t call people by their first names in Kenya
It’s taken as a sign of respect. So Miss, Mrs, Mr., Dr., and Engineer so and so (mostly the surname) are what is preferred. If you want to call someone whose name you don’t know, refer to them as madam or sir. Only refer to someone by their first name if they introduce themselves as such.
Don’t eat with your hands in Chile
We know what you’re thinking. What about pizza? It is considered rude to eat with your hands. Everything (even pizza) is eaten with a fork and knife.
Don’t eat on public transport in Singapore
We don’t know why exactly, they just don’t like it. People have been fined for chewing sweets on public transport in the past even though it was in a bid to cure motion sickness.
Don’t order cappuccino in restaurants in Italy
To sip a cappuccino after lunch is a direct and major violation of an Italian food rule and if anyone can claim to do food right then it’s the Italians. They believe the fresh whole milk that makes up over half of the contents of this drink plays havoc with digestion. Basically, you’re an amateur.
Don’t clink glasses when toasting in Hungary
Whatever you do, don’t clink someone’s glass during a toast in Hungary. You’ll mightily offend the receiver of said clink. Apparently this has something to do with the executions of the 13 martyrs of Arad… which took place in 1849.
Don’t give someone a clock or an umbrella as a present in China
The term for giving an clock as a gift would be songzhong, which sounds identical to songzhong, meaning to send someone to their final rest. The term for giving someone a umbrella would be songsan, which would sound identical to songsan, meaning to separate or disperse. Neither are seen as associations that are cool to share with a friend.
Without digressing too much, let me come straight to the point, yes you can make a million rupees online and that too during college years.
Youtube: If you were to tell me that you skip the pre roll ad on Youtube 100% of times I would beg to differ. Come on sometimes we do watch the ad when Katrina Kaif wants to teach us Aamsutra or the next trailer of a Salman Khan movie. And every time you watch that for more than 30 seconds the video channel owner makes money. Usually for every 1000 views you will end up making around 5$ if most of your views are from India. Here also figure out a niche, have an idea? Execute. Upload. Take feedback, then repeat. So we will be expecting more of “The Viral Fevers” and “Khan Academies” in India now. Patience and Persistence. And remember no money for the first 12 months, but ship a video every 15 days
Airtasker.com if you are tired of calling for professional service and waiting for them for weeks and end of the day you pay more than you thought. Here you can find people with the skills who can get the job done. Here you will be able to find cleaning, furniture fixing, removing , gardening or they say anything you can think of. It's two way thing people can post task or they can become the Air-tasker and make an offer. So simple it is. In other words fiver kind of concept for the household or jobs. Do check their website to know them better https://www.airtasker.com/ and get the job done at peace of your mind.
I am pretty sure you knew or had heard about most of the things I have mentioned. So what’s stopping you? It really works. And people who ask what are the first steps to entrepreneurship, well here they are.
But as everything in life, and I repeat again, patience and persistence is what you need.