Thursday, 27 November 2014

How To Check Quality In Construction..

The work performed by each individual in the building trade has a decisive effect on the success of any construction project – whether for new construction or renovation. Use our five-phase check. With it, we will assist you through all stages of a construction project: 

Concrete Mix:
The concrete strength requirement depends on the structure's load. Builders closely monitor the strength of the concrete mix. As it is not always possible to monitor the preparation of concrete mix on the site, ready-mix is a better alternative. Ask the builder for certification of concrete mix provided by a testing laboratory.
Structural Design:
Making sense of the design and layout blueprints is difficult for a lay person. However, one can ask for the design created by the project's architects and seek help from a third-party professional to make sure that everything is in place. For instance, the building should have the strength to withstand earthquakes of a certain magnitude.
Wall Thickness:
Builders should mention the width of the walls in layout plans and booking/purchase agreements. Visiting the site while the construction is on to check that the builder is adhering to the original plan?
Once the unit is ready, the quality of plaster, tiles, marbles and paints should be visible to the naked eye. If you have any doubt, ask the builder about the brands used. The use of poor-quality paints and tiles means you will have to replace them early.

When developers promise certain fixtures and finishing, it is assumed that they will be of satisfactory quality. It's a wrong approach. One must always check if bathroom fittings, wires, electrical fittings, etc, have been certified by the Bureau of Indian Standards.

Monday, 17 November 2014

Mr.Narendra Modi is great leader of India..

Honorable Prime Minister Narendra Modi Changed view of India from whole world.
He Visited U.S.A. in September  and India get Opportunity to first time host Ci-bit (An IT Show) in Bangalore with Make In India.
Moreover,Currently Mr.Narendra Modi Visiting Australia for G-20 and we will definitely get our business growth with them.

In very short period of time as PM Mr.Narendra Modi Done many Changes for Development of India.

1) International Relation :- 

U.S.A : The U.S. government showed an important understanding of Modi’s goals and a willingness to engage on his priority issues. Additionally Engagement beyond India - USA Borders.

Pakistan : In talks with Nawaz Sharif, PM of Pakistan, Modi firmly put his foot down demanding that Pakistan curb terrorism arising from their territory.

China : The new government has re-initiated talks with their counterparts in China. A formal invitation for meeting was sent to the Chinese premiere.

Bhutan : Narendra Modi's first official visit after becoming PM was to our small neighbor to the north-east. As to why this was an important visit and what was the purpose as well as the outcome.

Bangladesh : Sushma Swaraj's Bangladesh visit discussed major issues like Visa process simplification, LBA (Land Boundary Agreement), Teesta river water sharing and cooperation on infrastructure.

2) Changes In India :- 

Illicit/Black Money: A SIT (Special Investigation Team) has been set up under the leadership of retired SC Judge MB Shah to bring back the $500bn (estimated) black money that has flown out of India since Independence. The Special Investigation Team's (SIT) efforts to unearth India's black money received a major boost as the Swiss government draws up a list of Indians suspected of having black money piled away in their banks.

Nepotism: The government has sent a mandate to all ministers regarding appointment of their staff and has made it clear that they cannot pick family members or relatives. The appointment would be made from a common pool of candidates which will be decided by the Department of Personnel & Training’s Appointments Committee of Cabinet, which is part of the PMO.

Speedier decision making: After consolidating a bunch of ministries to harness synergies, Modi has also clarified that crucial decisions on strategy and execution will rest with the PMO.

E-Governance: The environment ministry under Mr. Prakash Javadekar has launched a system for online submission of applications for environment clearance. This move  is to ensure transparency, accountability and faster decision making.

MP HR workshop: The ongoing workshop cum training program for the newly elected MPs will have the senior leaders like Sushma Swaraj, Venkahaiah Naidu, Arun Jaitley address, teach and train the rookies in parliamentary proceedings, rights and duties as MPs, on how to spend their MPLAD fund for their constituencies, parliamentary etiquette, usage of social media, public conduct etc.

Running the government like a corporate machine:  The Central Government, under Mr. Modi is trying to incorporate a 'corporate' culture in the government by instating "Employee of the month" awards on the basis of performance.

Quality (ISO 9001) certification for the government: The Indian goverment under Mr. Narendra Modi is trying to form theWorld's first ISO 9001 certified government.

Friday, 7 November 2014

Its Time to change our self....

Royal Infrastructure is with you..

In response to the clarion call given by Hon’ble Prime Minister Narendra Modi for Swachh Bharat (Clean India), the Nation witnessed a wave of enthusiasts wielding the broom and taking up the cleanliness pledge. Earlier, the Prime Minister wrote a message to citizens stating, “A clean India is the best tribute we can pay to Bapu when we celebrate his 150th birth anniversary in 2019. I urge every one of you to devote at least hundred hours every year towards cleanliness. We can't let India remain unclean any longer.” On 2nd October, the launch of the mission was followed by Prime Minister flagging off a walkathon at Rajpath. Shri Modi visited Rajghat followed by Valmiki Basti (a housing colony), where he swept streets for a symbolic start. The mission has extended to every nook and corner of the country. Various tasks and discussions relating to Swachh Bharat Abhiyan also featured on the MyGov platform in order to involve more and more people in the mission. To propel the campaign further, MyGov has introduced a creative and collaborative platform, where citizens can share their contributions to this remarkable movement with pictures and videos. Another platform, brings together various efforts by government departments and organizations in cleaning public buildings and nearby localities. Government employees and organizations can directly log in with their or accounts to publish their activities under the campaign.