Saturday, 29 December 2012

I SIN >< U SIN


I SIN><U SIN

That could be the name of an android app ( I Seek It Now > < U Solve It Now )

To be developed by India’s Central Home Ministry for successful implementation of proposed,

“ Delivery  of  Services  Act “

The app will come pre-installed on those mobile phones which Government of India plans to distribute FREE , to some 400 million “ Poor People “ of India , before the 2014 National Election ( and on those 220 million Aakash Tablets )

Issuer will enter the Mobile No and that person’s Aadhar Card No, in a computerised central database , before issuing the phone
Hence , no need to login to the App , whose screen will read,

“ I wish to send my complaint to the following department :
  • National Commission for Women

  • Garbage Clearance

  • Water Supply

  • Electricity Supply

  • Roads Repair

  • Rationing ( Food Distribution )

  • Police

  • Bus Transport

  • Railways

  • Post

  • Employment

  • Education

  • Irrigation

  • Building Permits

  • Revenue / Land Records

  • Anti Corruption

  • Other ……………………………………….etc
(List should not exceed 50)

Touching name of any department name will open a SMS message box where the user will type out his complaint ( in a language of his choice )

There will be option to speak-out and record voice message , for illiterate users

Touching SEND button will transmit the complaint and within minutes, user will receive SMS reply , giving,
  • Name of Officer responsible

  • Office Landline No

  • Mobile No

  • Email Id

  • Complaint No

  • Expected date of solving

Bingo !

Then publish online , a tabulation of departments , arranged in the descending order of the no of complaints received / cleared / pending!

This frugal innovation will bring in Good Governance all over India
Request Nandan Nilekani / Sam Pitroda to help out , even though they may be busy implementing my earlier suggested app , 

“ VotesApp “

I have no doubt that the political party which promises , “ I SIN >< U SIN “ ,  will get voted to power in 2014

Hemen  Parekh

Tuesday, 18 December 2012

VotesApp



Here is a suggestion to IIT-Bombay , to develop a voting app , to be called VotesApp. Highlights of VotesApp :

Ø  An Android app which can be downloaded from Google Play / Android Zoom / GetJar and the official web site of Election Commission of India

Ø  It will be pre-loaded on 220 million Aakash tablets  which Govt of India plans to distribute to students

Ø  It will also be pre-loaded on those Smart phones ( to be called, “ Dharati “ ? ), which Govt of India plans to distribute free to 400 million “ poor “ Indians , before 2014 National elections

Ø  All tablet / smart phone manufacturers will be encouraged to pre-load VotesApp

Ø  Using this app , a voter can register at Election Commission web site, where he will enter the same data which he has submitted for his Aadhar card, including Aadhar card number (Unique Identification No)

Ø  All of these details will be verified by Aadhar database

Ø  Obviously , those who have not obtained their Aadhar card , will not be able to use VotesApp . They will need to visit nearest polling booth

Ø  Upon correct verification , Aadhar Database will permanently link the person’s Aadhar number with the mobile number from which  registration is done, and issue a Password

Ø  An under aged person will not be allowed to register

Ø  A person will be able to vote only from that mobile number

Ø  After login on first screen, user will be asked to select one option from > Panchayat Election > Municipal Election > State Assembly Election > Lok-Sabha Election

Ø  Upon selection, user will be presented with the list of candidates contesting , from which , he can select only one by ticking a checkbox. There will be also a choice , labeled “ None “

Ø  A long press on a candidate’s name will display details of his declared assets as also his criminal record


Ø  After ticking / selecting a candidate, voter will click on  “ VOTE “ button, whereupon his vote gets registered and VotesApp gets inactivated

Ø  Once a voter registers on Election Commission web site , he cannot go to a poling booth and vote physically

Ø  In less than one year , Govt of India will recover the cost of 220 million Aakash tablets and 400 million” Dharati “ smart phones , through this customized / personalized / shrinking of EVMs ( Electronic Voting Machines ) to a hand-held device. And imagine the millions of man-hours saved !

Ø  And the beauty is , no one can capture this booth , or conduct exit polls ! What will “ experts “ discuss on TV channels ?

Ø  What next ? Election Commission “licensing “ this App to other countries ?



With regards
hemen  parekh
Jobs  for  All  =  Peace  on  Earth

Monday, 3 December 2012

Justice Delayed is Justice Denied




For people of Mumbai ( India ) , this is a way of life.

They don’t need the following proof :

Ø  No of cases pending in Mumbai’s metropolitan courts, for over


·        10 years ……………………………….. 65,993

·        5   years ……………………………….  83,692


But if you live in Mumbai and need to file a court-case , as a complainant , then your best bet is Mazgaon Court. Here is why :


Ø  No of cases pending with Suburban Metropolitan Court at,


·        Mazgaon ………………………………………    292

·        Borivli  …………………………………………17,685

·        Bandra  ……………………………………… 18,610

·        Andheri  ……………………………………. 19,843

·        Vile Parle  …………………………………..25,545



So, if you happen to be a defendant , get your case transferred to Vile Parle !

Of Course , you may have to pay , the “ going rate “ which advocates at Vile Parle will tell you !


With regards

hemen  parekh


Jobs  for  All  =  Peace  on  Earth

 

Tuesday, 6 November 2012

Any Job is better than No Job !


As per  NSSO  ( National Sample Survey Organization ) ,

Ø  In 5 years ( 2004 – 2009 ), India’s total workforce ( people having    jobs ), rose by mere 1.3 million ( from 457.8 million to 459.1 million )

Now consider that during the same  5 year period ,

Ø   India’s population rose by 75 million

Ø  Of which , 60 million ( 600 lakhs ) entered job-market

Ø  Of which , 25 million were College Graduates ( 5 m in 2012 alone )

So , if you are a graduate , what should you do to get a job ?

Ø  Submit your resume on leading job portals and hope ( against your better judgment ) to have it “ discovered “ by some recruiter in the next 15 / 20 years ?

OR

Ø  Freely download  RESUME  BLASTER  APP from Google Play and blast your resume to ?

• 100,000 + Companies / Employers / Agencies ,  in

• 665 Cities / Towns of India ( including hundreds in your town ? )

Don’t wait to be discovered – don’t wait for the hopeless
Announce your existence to the Employers – NOW !
Remember , any job is better than no job !

With Regards

hemen  parekh

www.CustomizeResume.com


Jobs  for  All  =  Peace  on  Earth