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Forests are the first domicile of human race and they are still important for acquiring various natural products and their by-products such as timber and paper. But, the non-economic benefits of forests are more significant for sustenance of men, animals and other lively creatures of flora and fauna. They control rainfall, protect soil, regulate climate and protect from many natural contingencies.
Unplanned urbanisation & industrialisation and the unending greed of rich countries contributed immensely in environment degradation, global warming and depletion of ozone.  Moreover, primitive activities like agriculture and animal rearing also responsible for deforestation and environment degradation.
The 1998 flood in China compelled the government to think about forest cover and logging activities have been banned in various river basins. However, China continued to import timber and other forest products from other developing countries. Similar is the case with United States and European countries, they conserve their own natural resources but import forest products from the third world countries in abundant quantity. In 2011, US and Europe collectively imported forest products worth $130 billion.
At one end developed countries insist the third world countries to reduce their consumption based upon forests products, but on the other end they are reluctant to change their lifestyle and procure forests products from developing countries. It is irony to say that west consumes most of these products but blame poor countries for deforestation and environment degradation. We expect more bites than buzz and concrete actions than mere lip-service. Environment protection policies made by developed countries are lacking in purpose and sincerity, they are continuously polluting the planet Earth in the name of growth and development. It is the responsibility of developed countries to make environment protection policies considering the need of poor and underdeveloped countries and they should talk about sustainable and inclusive growth of the whole world, not the area specific growth.
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Finance certification courses impart essential financial education to students and equip them with necessary skills to face challenges in the field of finance. Finance is the most important resource as well as back bone of any business or organization.  Admission to finance courses is extremely very tough as well.  It’s quite shocking to note that a majority of the population  cannot perform basic financial calculations. India has a large number of student populations that are immersed in education loan.  Yet they have no idea how they are going to repay this loan.  If at all they were financially literate and could manage basic personal finance.  That’s the basic reason that a finance course in India has stringent admission test to test the caliber and aptitude of aspirants of students.
A financial education from a premier institute in India will arm you with one of most valuable education in your life.  By the end of this academic year thousands of young aspirants will apply for a finance course.  College admission test for admission to one of their financial courses will leverage applicant’s interests and energy.  Admission tests induce students to prepare hard for admission to their choice finance education.  Students are expected to clear the financial aptitude test that consists of critical reading sections.  Aspirants are given simple paragraph tests to measure their general awareness.  The questions would be more financial related and need a bit of maths section.

Aspirants may be required to prepare in questions like population control and census etc.   You would do well with a fair knowledge gained before the entrance on subjects like insurance and plastic cards such as credit cards and debit cards.  Students appearing for the entrance exam would have to clear word problems in maths section.

Finance certification courses from premier institutes should take you to great heights in your career.  Interest compounding and principles of finance would be the core subject covered in the entrance test.  Students should acquaint themselves in this particular field.  Mock tests and sample tests could prove very effective in preparing for the entrance.  Finance courses in India provide great value to those who have aptitude for a career in finance.

The country which fought with British Empire and colonialism for more than a century is still struggling with internal forces which never allowed the India to garner true nationalism even after 67 years of independence. In the past 6 decades country witnesses countless incidences of sectarian violence, communal riots and cultural conflicts. We the Indians always remained engaged for our own sake and not for the nation and whenever we raised our voice and mustered up courage to fight with the system and society, then our struggles were intent to impose our identities rather than securing our rights and the nation at large. Be it terrorism in J&K, Punjab, Assam and Nagaland or rise of communal forces in north India and Maharashtra, we always fought with each other for our religious or cultural identity. Are Muslims not enjoying freedom in India as others? Are Sikhs not thriving economically and culturally? Are Christian not enjoying right to practice and promote the religion? And Are Hindus so insecure that they resorted to form Shiv Sena, Bajrang Dal and many other such radical outfits?

Fortunately a big NO to all such self fabricated, politically motivated and fanatically generated self-imposed nuances. A country which was famous for religious and cultural harmony is now infamous for internal animosities. Unfortunately, we have been parted with each other as per the longing desires of British tyranny. We boast on our economic growth and our corrupt politicians befooling the ill-educated and somewhat innocent Indians showing growth statistics. It is the high time to open our eyes, economic growth and development are two entirely different things. We can’t list India among developed countries as we are lacking in most of the development factors such as health, education, infrastructure and safety of women. Yes, it is a paradox, a bitter truth. Do you want to know why India stands on embarrassing positions in many development indices? Just because of us. We are happy to waste our time and resources for irrational causes, rather than working with solidarity to achieve development and to promote nationalism.

Few days ago, The Supreme Court asked the Centre to apprise of governance benefits from shielding the top bureaucrats. The constitution bench of Justices R M Lodha, A K Patnaik, S J Mukhopadhaya, Dipak Misra and F M I Kalifulla expressed their desire to know whether the protection had improved policy making and governance or not.

17 years ago, the court had in Vineet Narain judgment turned down the Centre Government request to protect the top government officials such as joint secretary and above rank officials from the charges against corruption as it hamper the smooth functioning of the government.

The apex court termed it as illegal, a roadblock in eradicating the corruption, how can government barred the CBI from investigating the matters? And it awe considering that CBI cannot even start an inquiry without the consent of the Centre.

Apex court also condemns the September 11, 2003 decision of the NDA government, which took the legislative route to add Section 6A in Delhi Special Police Establishment (DSPE) Act to give similar protection.

The bench of five judges imparted that this kind of safeguard can further encourage the corruption. They said, “Do you want governance where everyone is free to take money? How can protection be given to those who have disproportionate assets? How can you establish a link between disproportionate assets and bold policy making?”

“All bureaucrats and government servants have a protection under the PC Act, which requires a probe agency to seek sanction from concerned authority prior to prosecution. Why this special protection for a small band?” a five-judge Constitution Bench headed by Justice R M Lodha said.

Mr. Kislay Pandey, the eminent advocate of the Supreme Court of India, expressed his opinion very clearly, “India is a democratic country and everyone is equal before the law, Rule of Law is an indispensable element of our constitution. Such types of provisions violate the equality and demarcate between the privileged and underprivileged. I appreciate that Supreme Court expressed stiff concern over it and no one can tolerate the violation of Anticorruption Law.”