What details should I fill in the field of agency details in Infosys’ launchpad?
Ya if you can provide screenshot it would have be easy to help you. Don't worry during your induction you HR will give you the form to fill the same again. BUT still if you want to fill before you leave then you will provided with Infosys launchpad helpdesk number. You can call them and clear all your doubt. Even i had many doubt when I was filling the launchpad form that time i also called up and cleared all my doubt and issue i faced
As a PhD student, what gap can I fill in the field of robotics and machine learning before big companies or universities have done?
There is a lot to do in the space of robotics and machine learning. It is still infancy right. You could write intelligent applications and open source them for other people like industry and academia can use.
Does the IRS require filling in the "cents" fields on form 1040?
No, you are not required to show the cents, however, you should round up or down any cent amount.Computations:The following information may be useful in making the return easier to complete. Rounding off dollars: You can round off cents to whole dollars on your return and schedules. If you do round to whole dollars, you must round all amounts. To round, drop amounts under 50 cents and increase amounts from 50 to 99 cents to the next dollar.For example, $1.39 becomes $1 and $2.50 becomes $3. If you have to add two or more amounts to figure the amount to enter on a line, include cents when adding the amounts and round off only the total.Equal amounts: If you are asked to enter the smaller or larger of two equal amounts, enter that amount.Negative amounts: If you file a paper return and you need to enter a negative amount, put the amount in parentheses rather than using a minus sign. To combine positive and negative amounts, add all the positive amounts together and then subtract the negative amounts.You may find this and additional information on this website: https://www.irs.gov/pub/irs-pdf/... Page 12I hope this information is helpful.
What should one fill in the last name column (mandatory) if he/she doesn't have one?
One should not assume that everyone has a surname!In my line of work, I have many clients (and not necessarily persons from non-European cultures) who do not have one, for historical reasons, or because of the way their birth certificates were issued. It is in fact incorrect to assume the surname of your parent / family / clan etc. without legally changing it, because you would be using a false name.Here is what I usually do in these cases:If the application is for something other than a legal document (like tickets), I write ‘Unknown’ or N/A (if the field allows the “/” character). Then I tell my client to carry at least a photocopy of the document showing no surname, to confirm it at the entrance / when picking up the ticket etc. Sometimes, someone calls back to confirm the situation and you can scan the document,If the application is in writing, or for a legal document, I leave the field blank and inquire when depositing it, with the person in charge, what their policy is. Usually they take it like that, and report to their superior.All in all, it’s not an easy life without a surname. Therefore, my advice is to follow the local administrative name change procedure (which usually happens at the local court or town hall), or change your name through Deed Poll if available in your country (like the UK), by choosing a surname for yourself.One well known example of a person who had no surname, and went through the administrative procedure, because of the bafflement of international contacts, is Dr Abdullah Abdullah, the Prime Minister of Afghanistan. He simply doubled his given name.
I created a profile on LinkedIn. I have filled in all the fields, at least I think, but almost no one looks at it. Why?
Firstly, you don’t only need to fill every field, but to make sure all of them are as informative as possible. There are several “SEO-sensitive” fields you need to pay special attention to.I have already mentioned them in my previous answers. Feel free to check my Quora profile, or just follow this link to find a detailed description of the LinkedIn Profile Optimization: What makes a good LinkedIn profile (checklist included) · respect.studioOnce you are sure that your account is all set up, you should start connecting people. Just because waiting passively will only attract some salespeople to your account, it takes some effort to build really valuable connections.Try to figure out your goal. Here are a couple of questions that should help:What would you like to achieve?Who can help you with that?How can you be useful for those people?Once you have the answers - you can build a messaging script, filter your search, and start connecting.Try that and watch how profile views are skyrocketing!P.S. If you are looking for efficient B2B Lead Generation, there are more aspects to consider. Feel free to contact me via LinkedIn if you need free advice ,)
Being a fresher, what am I supposed to fill in the subject field while mailing my resume?
Writing a resume is an art. There are no perfect resumes - in each particular case an individual approach is needed. Applicants often neglect the most important rule - filling a subject line when sending a resume. Any HR department receives many letters for different jobs daily so an email with a blank subject field will say nothing to them. Do not leave this field blank as it sets the tone. Without a subject, your letter can get into spam, or the employer simply will not notice it. Your subject should be short, specific, and personalized in order to make the e-mail stand out.Make sure to follow a few simple rules for a subject line when sending a resume:Keep it short, clear, and specific. Example: Administrative Assistant Application.Include the position and your name.Do not use ALL CAPS.Place the most important words at the beginning. Example: Graphic Designer with 8 Years of ExperienceUse logical keywords for search and filtering. Example: Job Application: John Smith for Social Media ManagerList your designations to show that you're qualified.If someone referred you, be sure to use their name. Example: Referred by Jane Smith for Technical Writer positionMake sure you reread the subject line before you hit send.Learn more about writing a modern and creative resume, and do not forget about a subject line of your email. It is important!
What should I fill in the payment reference number field in Zebpay while adding money to the wallet?
After you send money to ZebPay account, You will get a message for your bank about the deposit with NEFT reference number. Now, You have to copy that and paste it on the zebpay or You can take a screenshot and upload it to ZebPay.Hope I answered your question Successfully.If You like it Please Upvote itwww.coingyan.com
Secularism: If one fills in the 'Religion' field in any form will they be considered "Communal"?
Absolutely not! But it's rather the political class who attack the weak point of Hindus (which actually is a strong point, that Hindus are the most liberal religious class in the world) and blame them as communal.I'm not talking about Bajrang Dal or similar Hindu associations, which are a bit rigourous in their approach, but similar outfits exist in almost all religions, and that doesn't warrant anyone to label them as communal.I strongly believe that Politicians are using this communal label for Hindus to woo other minority voters, which according to me, is the worst form of politics.Mostly, Hindus being liberal, politicians are getting away with it, but I bet it would not be the same if they implement similar tactic with other communities (such as Muslims and Christians), don't you think?
How do I stop Google Calendar from automatically filling in the location field?
Google rolled this out together with a set of other features and I understand that not everyone is happy with them. However, you might want to provide some screenshots that shows your problem because I tried with a) a Google Apps for Business account and b) a normal Google account and I wasn’t able to replicate the issue. I checked during the event creation, after and even printing out the whole calendar. See screenshot.