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Thursday 9 July 2020

Covidification Of Aviation

Covidification Of Aviation 
Capt Shekhar Gupta
And Team

A Major Crisis Situation for Aviation Industry


#Take Charge
#Be Visible Set Direction Strategize
#Priorities & Focus [what, why ,when]
#Build people capability [who, what, how]
#Don’t Try to Micromanage
#Empower Your Team [how]
#Build Trust In Pilots / Passengers 
#Translate it to other Employees, #Customers, Suppliers and Partners
#Organize Resources
#Information flow Material flow Money flow
#Crisis Centre & Crisis Communications
#Plan Proactively [Tactical & Strategic]
Don’t focus all energy on only urgent / today Allocate resources for midterm as well. 

Plans for  

Worst Case Scenario

Most likely Scenario
Best Case Scenario

Webinars....... Webinars......... Webinars  
During this lockdown we have seen thousand of Webinars. 
But now, its a time to say a Big-No to Just having a Webinar 

Prestige Institute of Management and Research, Indore under the aegis of Dept. of Marketing invites you to join Gyanubhav: Connecting Management Brains a 21-days Development Program , where leading professionals from all over the world will share their experience with us and will encourage brainstorming on all the major subject areas like Strategy , Psychology , Digital Marketing , BFSI , HR , International Business , Entrepreneurship , Start-up Eco-System, Technology and many more... 

So hurry and register yourself through: Join

Timing: Daily 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM except the day of inaugural i.e. 10th July 2020 (1:00 PM - 2:00 PM)

For Further Details, Please Feel Free to Contact

Prof. (Dr.) Ajit Upadhyaya (Coordinator), 
Professor and Head - Marketing

Prof. Prayatna Jain (Co-Coordinator), 
Assitant Professor - Marketing

Supported By

# PIMR Department of Marketing
# Marketing Club: M-Hi
# APR Club: The Publicist

e-Certificate will be provided for the each day participation and an additional  21-days developement program certificate will be provided to those who will attend all  the events

Join us on: (Telegram Channel)   or (Whatsapp Group)

Sample Interview Questions for HR AirCrews Aviation Pvt Ltd

 Sample Interview Questions for HR 

1)Tell me a little about yourself
2) Why do you want to work for AirCrews Aviation Pvt Ltd
3) Do you consider yourself successful? 
6) What would you consider your greatest strengths & weaknesses? 
7) What motivates you? 
8)Why did you decide to apply to this role?
9)What experience do you have that would be relevant to this role?
10)What did you like most about the job description?
11)Describe the workplace where you’ll be most happy and productive.
12)What is the one thing that you enjoy most about working in HR?
13)As an HR manager, what will be your strategy to drive results
14)What makes you interested in your HR manager profile?
15) How do you differentiate Personnel Management from HRM (human resource management)?
16) How do you describe the theory of needs ?
17)Give some examples of labour laws which are used for social securities of the employees?
18)What is your view about performance appraisal procedure?
19)What is your view on the 360 degree appraisal system?
20)What is your view on the necessity of training and development in the organization?
21)Give three areas that you feel need the most improvement, based on your understanding of common HR practices?
22)Why should we hire you?

B. Sample questions for marketing professionals.

1.What inspired you to pursue a career in marketing?
2.What social media channels are you familiar with?
3.What do you think are the three essential skills for a career in marketing?
4.What kind of management style do you prefer?
5.Where do you see yourself in five years?
6.Tell us about the importance of social media marketing?
7.What is the difference between product prototype and brand prototype?
8.What is his idea about leads and conversion?
9.What is your view on consumer attitudes towards a new product?
10.According to you, what is the importance of product positioning?

C. Sample questions for finance professionals.

1.Why do capital expenditures increase assets (PP&E), while other cash outflows, like paying salary, taxes, etc., do not create any asset, and instead instantly create an expense on the income statement that reduces equity via retained earnings?
2. Walk me through a cash flow statement.
3. What is working capital?
4.If you could use only one statement to review the overall health of a company, which statement would you use and why?
5.When should a company consider issuing debt instead of equity?
6.How do you calculate the WACC
7.Which is cheaper, debt or equity?
8.What, in your opinion, makes a good financial model?
9.What happens on the income statement if inventory goes up by $10?
10.What does negative working capital mean?

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Alfa virtual startups 2020

Alfa virtual startups

Flying - crews & AirCrews Aviation Pvt Ltd. Cordially invite  you to the Alfa Virtual startup 2020
Join us to embrace yourself
Hope the readers are doing well

Do what you do so well that they want to see it again and bring their friends. 

Considering today’s tiring life, people are keener on escaping the reality once in a while to enjoy the freshness associated with travel. Indian tourism and hospitality industry has been bustling with opportunities. The nation’s rich cultural heritage and natural diversity not only attract thousands of foreign tourists to the country but also exert a pull on the budding entrepreneurs to explore the field.

I am Ashima Sharma; an HR student. I'm organising a startup based on HR services. It's a challenging work in COVID-19 period.
We will be delivering feedback, responsible for shaping much of what we know about great leadership in Hotels and Tourism and all other works included in the respective field.

Ashima Sharma

Contact :

Ashima Sharma
Asst. Head Virtual Startups

Swarnima Singh
Head startups 
+91 8934050242
Aircrews Aviation Pvt. Ltd.

Alfa virtual Freelancing startups 2020

Alfa virtual startups  2020 
Flying - crews & AirCrews Aviation Pvt Ltd. Cordially invite  you to the Alfa Virtual startup 2020
Join us to brainstorm yourself 

This virtual startup is for whoever is willing to share their idea and want to serve their best towards their work 
This plan is open for all students and professional 


Sakchi Shrivastava 

Swarnima Singh
Head startups 
+91 8934050242
Aircrews Aviation Pvt. Ltd.

Wednesday 8 July 2020

SLOWING OF THE ECONOMY OF INDIA SINCE LAST 5 YEARS Karuna Nayak Manager Fintech [ MBA FA] Aircrews Aviation Pvt . Ltd

Karuna Nayak 
Manager Fintech [ MBA FA]
Aircrews Aviation Pvt . Ltd 

The Indian economy has been in doldrums since 8 pm on 8 November 2016, and the Narendra Modi government has finally begun to admit there’s a problem.
The strongest admission yet came Thursday when NITI Aayog vice-chairman Rajiv Kumar  “Nobody had faced this sort of situation in the last 70 years where entire financial system was under threat.”
He added that the root cause of the problem lay in the UPA-2 years: “The entire episode started with indiscriminate lending during 2009-14 leading [to] rise in non-performing assets (NPAs) post-2014.”
Yes, Manmohan Singh left the economy in a mess in 2014, we know that. If everything was fine, why would people have voted out the UPA? Modi’s job was precisely to fix the economy, and he contested the 2014 election on that very issue.
The good days will come, he promised. Instead, Modi took a bad situation and made it worse.
Today, there is only one root cause for the economic crisis we are facing: the poor leadership of PM Narendra Modi. Here are some of Modi’s acts of omission and commission directly responsible for bringing the Indian economy to a point of crisis.
1. Letting banking crisis fester
2. Not moving projects
3. Gimmicks as policy 
4. Demonetisation 
5. Vilification of business
6. Messing up GST 

7. Unprepared for NBFC crisis
8. Keeping inflation too low 
9. Not making disinvestment a priority 

10. Valuing bureaucrats over economists 
11. Commanding heights mindset
12. Tax terrorism

13. Fudging data 
14. Living in denial 
15. Indifferent budget
India's economy toppled to 5 per cent GDP growth rate—a 25-quarter low—during the first quarter of 2019 fiscal. Days before the data was published, the government took a step back to announce rescue measures to revive the sectors hurt by the economic slowdown and reverse decisions on surcharge for high net-worth individuals. The finance ministry's stimulus package was aimed at addressing two main concerns of the Indian economy—fall in consumption and private investments.
1. Demonetisation
2. Consumer demand slump
3. Real estate slowdown
4. Lesser jobs
5. Lower investments

Corruption refers to the act of misuse and abuse of power especially by those in the government for personal gains either pecuniary or a favour.
The menace of corruption is pervasive in India, from petty bribes demand by the policemen to multi-crore scams at the highest political level like 2G scam. It is not only limited to government authorities but can be seen within the private sector as well, for instance, the Satyam scandal. In the Corruption perception index of 2016 India stands at 79th place out of 176 countries. It not only hampers the economic growth but also undermines the rule of law in the country.
More than 50% people in India have accepted giving bribes while accessing public services. Though recently held protest under the banner of ‘India against corruption’ brought corruption at the centre stage of the political discourse and led to passage of Lokpal Act, it ended up merely as a political gimmick with little progress seen in reforms on the other fronts such as electoral and administrative.
Reason for corruption in India:
1. Political:
·         Use of black money in elections: According to various studies, a Lok Sabha election candidate ends up spending at least 30 Cr. as against the legal limit of only Rs. 70 lakh. In the last 10 year the declared expenditure has increased by more than 400% for the LS elections(1) while 69% of their income came from unknown sources(2). This rising expenditure is rather seen as investment by the candidates who then misuse their power to amass the illegal wealth. Assets some MPs have even seen a jump of more than 1000% between successive elections
·         Criminalization of politics: More than 30% of the legislators in the country have pending criminal cases against them. When law breakers become the law makers, rule of law is the first casualty.
·         Crony capitalism: With the economic reforms undertaken in the aftermath of the BoP crisis of 1991, private sector has become a prominent player in the market earlier monopolized by the state. This has led to growth of unholy nexus between Politicians and businessmen. The recent amendment in to RPA that allow the corporates to keep their donation secret further strengthen the veil of secrecy around such a nexus.

2. Economic:

·         High share of informal sector: In India more than 80% of the workforce is in the informal sector and therefore do not come under the ambit of tax or labor laws. Such enterprises usually bribe the officials to keep out of the ambit of laws where the compliance is costly and complex
·         Ease of doing business: The plethora of approvals required to start and run a business with no transparency and legal accountability related to matters such as time limits force the entrepreneurs to overcome the red tapism through bribery.
·         High inequalities: In India 1% of the rich hold about 60% of the total wealth. At the upper income levels it leads to crony capitalism, at lower income levels it forces people to bribe the  officials even to get their basic needs fulfilled. This is so because poor lacks the purchasing power to buy the services from the market and therefore depends mostly on public provisioning of the basic services such as food from PDS shops.

3. Administrative:

·         Criminalization of politics and politicization of bureaucracy presents the perfect cocktail for the misuse of state power. Example of honest officers being witch-hunted like Ashok Khemka and Amitabh Thakur are the indicators of the bigger malaise. Misuse and lack of autonomy for enforcement authorities like CBI, ED, IT-Dept, ACB also undermines the deterrence value of the law
·         Colonial bureaucracy: The bureaucracy essentially remains colonial in nature characterized by 19th century laws e.g. Police Act 1861, complex rules, wide discretion, secrecy, moral responsibility devoid of legal accountability and the ivory tower attitude
·         Failed reforms: Lack of political will and resistance from within the bureaucracy has led to failure of major reforms like citizen charter, RTI and e-governance.
·         Low wages: The remuneration in the public sector remains below par with the private sector along with poor career growth opportunities for those working at the lower levels and harsher working conditions.
·         Judicial failure: The judiciary has failed to bring to book the corrupt officials including politicians. The excess protection provided under Article 309 and 310 of the constitution to the civil servants and need of taking the government permission before the prosecution of civil servants further compounds the problem

Social and Ethical:

·         Changes in lifestyle: Increasing shift towards individualization and materialism has led to increased penchant for a luxurious lifestyle. To earn more money people are willing to adopt even the unethical means with no consideration of others.
·         Social discrimination: The poor and marginalized due to their lack of awareness and high dependence on the state become the easy target of exploitation by corrupt officials
·         Failure of education system: The value education has failed miserably in India to inculcate the value of empathy, compassion, integrity, equity etc. in the young generation. The lifestyle changes induced by the globalization have further degraded the moral fabric of the society

High unemployment indicates the economy is operating below full capacity and is inefficient; this will lead to lower output and incomes. The unemployed are also unable to purchase as many goods, so will contribute to lower spending and lower output. A rise in unemployment can cause a negative multiplier effect

·         A rise in unemployment If productivity is growing at 3% a year, then new technology will enable firms to produce more output with fewer workers.
·         Effect on living standards.
·         Pressure on public services and government borrowing.

 Karuna Nayak 
 Manager Fintech   (MBA-FA)  
Aircrews Aviation Pvt.Ltd  





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