Skill development comes to the forefront on Youth Skills Day (July 15). And, it is important that the Indian Government is going out of its way to promote skills and job creation, which has again featured in a big way in the Budget 2019, that was recently released.
What come to your mind when you think of Punjab? The vibrant colors, electrifying music, flashy turbans and of course, phulkaris. Phulkaris blended into the Punjabi tradition just like Punjab’s colorful culture. To elaborate, it is an intriguing artistic artifact that is exquisite, stylized by a host of attractive designs and bright colors. This developed into a profession, that has also been a source of income for women, who managed the show.
Finance Minister Ms. Nirmala Sitharaman presented a Budget with a roadmap for New India, keeping a 10 year vision in mind.
Here are the Budget 2019 highlights:
Don’t we all give in to procrastination some time or the other? Procrastination is an odd force. Everyone has experienced it. After all, what does it do? It delays the very activities that bring us closer to our goals. It could be moving from the ‘big idea’ to something concrete or setting out to build a thriving business. So, why don’t we just move ahead towards that brighter future?
It can be extremely challenging to start and run a business. And, the going is not always smooth. Entrepreneurs often find new obstacles in their path and often, just after they have removed it, lo and behold another blockage appears on the horizon….
On International Yoga Day – June 21, Sheatwork focuses on the benefits of practicing yoga for women entrepreneurs
We know that entrepreneurship has a direct impact on the economy of a country. And, it is the result of many enterprising individuals – men and women, who decided to branch out and create footprints of their own. So, sheatwork focuses on women entrepreneurs on June 21 – International Yoga Day, highlighting the fact that to do ‘fit’ business, a woman entrepreneur has to ‘fit in mind and body’ too.
I came across the charming glory of the “Chhaau” dance, two years ago, during my visit to Purulia. I was indeed, awestruck by the beauty and exclusivity of this tradition. Today, it is not only a tradition, but it is also a source of providing an income to women.
If you have a dream of becoming an entrepreneur? Do you have a “big” idea that you would like to materialise? Or would you rather buy an existing business and then carry it forward?
World Environment Day 2019 will be hosted by China, where the identified theme is – “Air Pollution”, which looms large as a real threat across the globe; so the time has come to do something right, observes sheatwork.
The United Nations had set aside June 5, as World Environment Day for a specific reason. They were totally aware of the fact that protection and improvement of the human environment is a major issue, which affects the well-being of people and economic development across the globe.
Sheatwork pinpoints at how “mompreneurs” manage to walk the talk on the occasion of Global Day of Parents: June 1
As such, many women find it difficult to balance work and home, but we have seen that today they walk the tight-rope very well. In fact, women the world over, are breaking the glass ceiling and rising to top slots in many sectors. This is especially true in Indian business scene.