‘Capgemini’ turns 50… Living the future.. The Journey of Decades !!!

‘Capgemini’ turns 50… Living the future.. The Journey of Decades !!!

‘Capgemini’ bas naam he kaafi hai (only name is enough)…¬†as they say in hindi turns 50 on 4th October, 2017. An organization which begun with 5 members in 1967 and now with a strength of 2,00,000 employees spread across 40 countries is one of the biggest IT giants. We celebrate this year as sweet 50 of Capgemini which has given lakhs of employees a reason to smile. So, what it is like to be an integral part of Capgemini family ?

Capgemini is great place to work. It is one of the big growing organization who is providing employment to lot of talented IT people. Apart from work, Capgemini involves in many other good things which is beneficial to our society like Corporate responsibility & Sustainable environment. Also, providing education to poor girl child. Capgemini take care of their employees by arranging various fun events in the office surroundings and encourages people to showcase their talents. Capgemini believes in Diversity & Inclusion hence provides many opportunities to people with disability. Capgemini has big campuses around the world and expanding a lot in

It is like working in office with multi-skilled and experienced professional in the field of IT.

It is like co-ordinating with other team members to get the assigned work done

It is like developing your communication skills and professionalism in the corporate world

It is like training the new joiners in the project.

It is like co-operating with your seniors and juniors in the company.

It is like completing your tasks before the deadline.

It is like balancing your personal and professional life.

It is like celebrating Jashn party and having fun with family members and colleagues simultaneously.

It is like providing help to poor children with CSR community.

It is like having fun every friday in the office. Fundoo Friday.

Finally summing up Capgemini, Excellent Knowledge Sharing & Exhaustive Learning Capabilities !!

HAPPY BIRTHDAY CAPGEMINI ūüôā

See Why Indians ‘Love’ the concept of ‘Arrange Marriage’ in the 21st Century ?

See Why Indians ‘Love’ the concept of ‘Arrange Marriage’ in the 21st Century ?

No, it isn’t strange. It is not by choice. It is by parental or social pressure.

It is a reflection of oppression of women in India – the lack of freedom. Love marriages are a sign of women taking their own decisions and being responsible for their lives.

The pressure on the couple in love is what forces them to elope or breakup. If there was broader acceptance of love marriages, they could take a mature, responsible decision about their lives after some years of courtship.

Love marriages in India are not a result of met-at-singles-bar encounter. It is a¬†women’s empowerment issue. Couples meet in school/college/work or are a neighbor.¬† To trivialize it as adolescent infatuation shows lack of understanding of ground realities in India.


Women suffer female infanticide, malnutrition, illiteracy,
child marriages, dowry, domestic violence, honor killings in India.
And the first decision they take independently
to love a man who loves & treats her with respect
it is ‘judged’ with the highest standards of successful marriage


Baby steps in the path of women’s empowerment is treated with disdain by traditionalists and psuedo-intellectuals alike. There is no claim for the success of love marriages, only to its ability to deal with the aftermath if it fails.

Here are some researched data about Indian marriages – 90% being arranged marriages.

Social crimes encouraged by arranged marriages

1.¬†Traditional marriages have domestic violence.¬†It is just that they are not reported for the same ‘social pressures’ that forced them in to arranged marriages. At least in a ‘love’ marriage one can get out of that hell with ‘divorce’. Divorce rate being high is a healthy sign. It is not a failure of love marriage.

    

Reference : Domestic Violence In India on icrw.org

2.¬†Child marriages happen as a result of “traditional” arranged marriages¬†by parents as per ICRW reports – the reasons clearly mentioned below.

– 47% of marriages are below 18 years – it up to 60% in some states.

On can understand the impact of child marriages on¬†women’s literacy¬†and later their ability to get out of troubled marriages to¬†live independently.

Please click on images or references if you cannot read the text.

Reference

Asia Child Marriage Initiative on icrw.org

How Empowering Girls Can Help End Child Marriage on icrw.org

3. The¬†practice of dowry¬†is followed in arranged marriages – although illegal – this happens in all marriages – rich and poor. This practice¬†results in dowry deaths¬†– bride burning, emotional blackmail etc. Aren’t divorces better than deaths ?

Dowry deaths: One woman dies every hour – The Times of India

4. Most of Indians have not met their partners before marriage. These are blind marriages.

This is primarily a result of arranged marriage. It is hardly possible to ‘love’ a person without meeting him.

It is futile arguing that ‘not meeting your partner’ has the same success rate as ‘meeting your partner’.


Young India¬†should take responsibility for their life, rather than burden their parents financially (it comes from their retirement funds) or emotionally (make them feel guilty if things don’t work out). Your parents deserve a peaceful retirement.

Failure is a beautiful Success known only when you have experienced it :-))

Failure is a beautiful Success known only when you have experienced it :-))

‚ÄĒALWAYS‚ÄĒ

Every failure is a success in itself

Here is little something : See the picture below

A FAILURE is¬†useless¬†only if you¬†learn nothing from it !¬†( ‚Ķ. and that isn’t me speaking )

You learn more from your failures than you do from your success ! A failure (or a mistake) makes you remember something much better than success does !

Just think –¬†Success would have NO VALUE if it wasn’t for failure !

Failures test your¬†resilience , perseverance & passion !¬†Do not underestimate failure as¬†success wouldn’t be as great without it !

Failures are like teachers , guiding you through the confusing path of life !

A failure is always a stepping stone towards success ! All Failures ultimately lead to SUCCESS !

The greater the failures , the bigger is the satisfaction of success ! People remember your SUCCESS , but YOU remember your failures !

Success gives you happiness while¬†failures give you experience !¬†Failures¬†remind us that we all make mistakes –¬†it’s human nature !

Success & Failure are both sides of the same coin called life !

Every successful man has a lot of failures behind him ! The real success is not in achieving something great but of not letting go after repeated failures !

A¬†famous quote –

Here are a few REAL LIFE EXAMPLES ,¬†who didn’t let repeated failures demotivate them and people remember them as pillars of success

 

‚Äú¬†Success will meet you soon , only if you have the courage to FAIL . ‚ÄĚ

Thanks for reading !

Have a great day ahead Friend !