Unprofessionalism in Indian IT profession

posted Sep 10, 2014, 1:33 AM by Alok Roy

After long time involvement in IT sector I can explain what I had seen. May be many of you disagree with me, but I am sure majority of person will agree.
Firstly, I am definitely my own definition of the profession and professionalism.
Profession: As per my opinion profession is another name of the occupation. A barber is a professional. A plumber is a professional. Similarly an IT professional is a software developer. A professional give his service to earn some money.
All companies have certain rule and regulation to control and squeeze their employee. They have also certain benefit policies for their employee. But if you ask them what do you mean by professionalism everyone will answer differently. Why a single word has a different explanation. You can easily categorize them based upon their position and department. If they are senior executives than their facial expression and explanation will be very interesting. Maybe you will laugh.
By the name of professionalism a "Bandhua Mazdoori" system has been implanted. Seniors always have some explanation in every situation.
They will assign tasks for Saturday/Sunday [They will explain why?]
They will order to stay late [They will explain why?]
They will make your life measurable [They will explain?]
They will make you out of project []
They will kick out from the company
Why IT professional are so miserable. Why there is no system of overwork allowance. Why Master/Slave culture is running.
Why Client generally from western countries behaving Indians like a mechanical instrument.
Why there is no balance between personal and professional life of juniors.
Why there is no transparency in work culture.
Why self-respect caring persons are crushed by their seniors.
Why lie methodology is implemented as a software development methodology
Why smart liar and story speaking person are getting more attention.

Blog-SharePoint 2013

posted Aug 24, 2014, 7:34 AM by Alok Roy   [ updated Sep 1, 2014, 11:56 AM ]

How to create a blog in SharePoint 2013

  • Synopsis

    A blog or any other type of special page can be created in SharePoint 2013. This guide will show you how to create a specialized page by creating a blog.
  • Applicable to

    All SherWeb Cloud SharePoint 2013 accounts.
  • Prerequisite

  • How to

    1) Log into SharePoint.


    2) In the Quick Launch bar, click on Site Contents.



3) Click on new subsite.




4) Fill in the details of your new subsite the same way you would for a new site: title, description, URL, language and template.




Note: You may wonder where all the templates went between SharePoint 2010 and 2013. Here is Microsoft’s explanation:


5) If you wish to have the same user and content permissions as the parent site, click the Use same permissions as parent site radio button. If you wish this subsite to have different permissions than other parts of your site, click on Use unique permissions.

Determine if this subsite will show up in the Quick Launch bar and top link bar of the parent site by selecting Yes or No.

Choose to have the parent site top link bar as this subsite’s top link bar by clicking on Yes, otherwise click on No.




6) Your new blog site will be successfully created. 


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