Saturday, 29 December 2012


In general,A measure of the efficiency of a person, machine, factory, system, etc., in converting inputs into useful outputs is known as productivity. 

Now in technical words ,Productivity is computed by dividing average output per period by the total costs incurred or resources (capital, energy, material, personnel) consumed in that period.
 Productivity is a critical determinant of cost  and work efficient.
The global recession is demanding a great deal of workers worldwide. The practiceof doing "more with less" has become the modus operandi of most businesses and business areas, perhaps nowhere more so than in HR divisions.Human resources is expected to play a leading role in this environment by continuing to be more engaged than ever in developing and retaining talent, containing and
reducing costs, and aligning its activities with the overall business strategy.However, according to a survey conducted by the Economist Intelligence Unit in March 2009, HR faces numerous organizational, financial and technological obstacles, particularly during these trying times. It is also confronting a perception challenge in that many organizations continue to view the HR function as a services provider rather than a businesscritical partner. The HR discipline has evolved over the last few years to comprise professionals at all levels whose contributions are grounded in business and finance. And it is during these uncertain times that HR has an unprecedented opportunity to showcase its value as a powerful strategic collaborator. The HRM Vision for the Recession can play a significant role in the success of the HRM Function in the recession. The HRM Management Team has to set it as a priority and the vision has to be transformed into actions quickly.
The HR Recession Initiatives are not just about the cost cutting, the recession initiatives have to be focused in more areas:
1.Strategic Initiative to Increase Productivity & Efficiency.
3.Customer relationship management.
4.Data services.
5.Effective Communication Strategy Among Employees.

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The process of establishing relevant, inbound links to your website which help your website achieve higher ranking with the major search engines and drive targeted traffic to your site.

The process of establishing relevant, inbound links to your website which help your website achieve higher ranking with the major search engines and drive targeted traffic to your site.

Link building, we take great care to explain that it is not the quantity of inbound links to your site that helps you rank well but rather the quality of those links. There are a ton of unethical link building companies out there which employ some pretty shady practices which end up hurting your website instead of helping it.
Some of these unethical methods include:
1.Automated spam responses to blog posts.
2.Spamming all sorts of web forums with bogus responses that include links to your site.
3.Creating websites solely for the purpose of linking to other sites. These are sometimes referred to as “spam directories.”
The search engines are far more sophisticated than they once were and are engineered to sniff out these and other ‘black hat’ SEO practices. If the search engine crawlers determine that a site has employed unethical link building practices to achieve a higher ranking, they will penalize your site severely and irrevocably bury your site making it almost impossible to find through the search engines.
Only permanent, relevant links from established sites that engage in ethical link building practices will help your site achieve better rankings with the major search engines and drive targeted traffic to your site. Link building is a key facet of any successful Internet marketing strategy because if your site features relevant, factual information that is written well, the administrators of other websites will want to link to your site because it offers their readers something of interest and value.

There are no shortcuts in a successful link building campaign and even when it is done properly, you should not expect to reap the benefits of link building overnight. Patience and persistence are the keys because it can take time to build links from credible sources. While link building is a key element of an Internet marketing strategy, link building alone will not help your site achieve its natural ranking with the search engines. Only if link building is incorporated in a comprehensive search engine optimization approach will your site gain the full benefits from links from other sites and achieve its potential.

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A good presense on InterNet can make work easy for a  Smart  SEO Professionals as follows:-
Anyone with a business today will understand the importance of a website. An online presence is the only way to reach today’s customers. With more people shopping, hiring services, and searching for products online, your website may be the only way some of your customers do business. Search Engine Optimisation (SEO) is one of the main components of a well designed website. By making the most of search engine algorithms, SEO can connect you with potential customers that can make your business more successful.

Keywords are used throughout the SEO process. Your website content, advertisements, blog posts, and article marketing should be rich with carefully selected keywords that will put you at the top of search engine rankings. By using these keywords, the search engines will easily find your site when a potential customer searches for the product or service you offer. Keywords can be a single word, but are most often a phrase of specific words that will generate powerful search engine rankings for your website. For example, an Internet marketing firm might use the keyword phrase “search engine optimisation” to generate high rankings and powerful results. Aside from keywords, SEO also involves submitting your site to website directories. Some popular directories are Yahoo!, Lycos, and Google.

Internal Linking will also help direct customers to your site. Links can be built into articles, blog posts, advertisements, and site content in order to make it easy for customers to find the product or service they are in need of. By making use of thesepowerful SEO strategies, your company will gain notice and enjoy high search engine rankings. SEO allows you to attract Organic Traffic to your site, which is the most cost effective way of growing your business. Once you understand the role of optimisation in your success, your business will be able to enjoy the growth you’ve envisioned.

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Wednesday, 26 December 2012

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The Fiesta was originally developed under the project name "Bobcat" (later to be used on a badge engineered version of the Ford Pinto called the Mercury Bobcat) and approved for development by Henry Ford II in September 1972. Development targets indicated a production cost US$100 less than the current Ford Escort.The car was to have a wheelbase longer than that of the Fiat 127, but with overall length shorter than that of Ford's Escort. The final proposal was developed by Tom Tjaarda at Ghia. The project was approved for production in autumn 1973, with Ford's engineering centres in Cologne and Dunton (Essex) collaborating.

Name Fiesta belonged to General Motors at the time; however, it was freely given for Ford to use on their new B-class car. After years of speculation by the motoring press about Ford's new car, it was subject to a succession of carefully crafted press leaks from the end of 1975. A Fiesta was on display at the Le Mans 24 Hour Race in June 1976, and the car was launched and on sale in France and Germany in September 1976: to the frustration of UK dealerships righthand drive versions only began to appear in the UK in January 1977.
Generation of Ford Fiesta
First generation (1976–1983)
Mechanically, the Ford Fiesta followed tradition, with an end-on four-speed Manual transmission  of the Ford BC-Series mounted to a new version of the Ford Kent OHv Mechanically, the Ford Fiesta followed tradition, with an end-on four-speed Manual transmission of the Ford BC-Series mounted to a new version of the Ford Kent OHV engine, dubbed "Valencia" after the brand new Spanish factory in Almussafes, Valencia, developed especially to produce the new car. Ford's plants in Dagenham, England, and Saarlouis and Cologne (from 1979) in Germany, also manufactured Fiestas. To cut costs and speed up the research and development, many modified Kent engines destined for the Fiesta were tested in Fiat 127s – at the time considered the benchmark car in the class, with which the Fiesta shares styling similarities. This also allowed covert road testing across Europe.
Although not the first Ford vehicle to feature front-wheel drive (the 1960s Taunus produced by Ford of Germany laid claim to that title), the Fiesta is widely credited as being Ford's first globally successful front-wheel-drive model. UK sales began in January 1977, where it was available from £1,856 for the basic 950 cc-engined modeengine, dubbed "Valencia" after the brand new Spanish factory in Almussafes, Valencia, developed especially to produce the new car. Ford's plants in Dagenham, England, and Saarlouis and Cologne (from 1979) in Germany, also manufactured Fiestas. To cut costs and speed up the research and development, many modified Kent engines destined for the Fiesta were tested in Fiat 127s – at the time considered the benchmark car in the class, with which the Fiesta shares styling similarities. This also allowed covert road testing across Europe.

Second generation (1983–1989)
The Fiesta Mark II appeared towards the end of summer 1983 with a revised front end and interior, and a bootlid mirroring the swage lines from the sides of the car. The 1.3 L OHV engine was dropped, being replaced in 1984 by a CVH powerplant of similar capacity, itself superseded by the lean burn 1.4 L two years later. 957 and 1,117 cc engines continued with only slight alterations and for the first time a Fiesta diesel was produced with a 1600 cc engine adapted from the Escort.
The new CTX continuously variable transmission, also fitted in the Fiat Uno eventually appeared early in 1987 on 1.1 L models only. This gearbox provided a quick and economic driving experience, despite the resemblance of the sensation of the continuously variable transmission to that of a slipping clutch.

The second generation Fiesta featured a different dashboard on the lower-series trim levels compared to the more expensive variants. The XR2 model was thoroughly updated with a larger bodykit. It also featured a 96 bhp (72 kW) 1.6 L CVH engine as previously seen in the Ford Escort XR3, and five-speed gearbox (also standard on the 1.3 L CVH models). The engine was replaced by a lean-burn variant in 1986 which featured a revised cylinder head and carburettor; it was significantly cleaner from an environmental viewpoint but was slightly less powerful as a result (95 bhp/71 kW).


The third generation Fiesta Mark III, codenamed BE-13 was unveiled at the end of 1988 and officially went on sale in the February of the following year. Although it was essentially a reskin of the second generation Fiesta (which in turn was a facelift of the 1976 original), it looked radically different, and did address the principal weakness of the previous generation – the lack of a 5-door derivative, something that was by then available in its major rivals such as the Fiat Uno, Peugeot 205 and Opel Corsa The other main change was to the running gear – the improved HCS (High Compression Swirl) version of the Kent/Valencia powerplant. The CVH units from the second generation were carried over largely unmodified. The diesel engine was enlarged to a 1.8L capacity.
This model had the longest production life of any Fiesta to date, achieved the highest yearly sales of any Fiesta in the early 1990s – achieving a sales volume of 1 million units inside the first two years of production, and underwent numerous changes in its life. For example, the car had four different versions of standard steering wheels during its lifetime (the launch wheel, then updated in 1992, 1994 and 1995) and the most changes to standard UK trim levels of any Fiesta (examples across the years show the large line-up: Popular, Popular Plus, L, LX, Ghia, 1.6S, XR2i, RS Turbo, RS1800, Fiesta, Louisiana, DL, SX, Azura, Si, Classic, Classic Quartz, Classic Cabaret, Saphire). A Fiesta-derived van, the Ford Courier, was launched in 1991.


he all new Fiesta Mark IV (internal code name was BE91) was launched in 1995 and became Britain's best-selling car from 1996 to 1998.

The model used the chassis of the Mark III car but most components were heavily revised, including a new suspension system, which gave the Fiesta one of the best handling abilities in its class.

The model featured a range of new Zetec-SE engines, available in 1.25 L and 1.4 L forms, the 1.8 diesel engine was slightly modified for the Mark IV, now marketed as the "Endura DE". Lower specification models remained available with what would be the final edition of the Kent 1.3 L OHV engine, now known as Endura-E. As well as the major changes to the chassis, the Mark IV also benefited from a new interior and exterior styling, including a soft painted instrument panel for the first year of production, albeit maintaining a similar dimensions to the Mark III. The RS1800 and RS Turbo models were not carried over to the updated Fiesta range.


On 1 April 2002, the all new fifth-generation car was unveiled. Of this Fiesta Mark V, most engines were carried over from the previous Fiesta, but renamed "Duratec", as the "Zetec" name was now solely used for sportier models. The previous push-rod 1.3 L engine was initially available in the UK, but this was quickly replaced with a Rocam 1.3 L, both under the name Duratec 8v.[Trim levels available initially were Finesse, LX, Zetec and Ghia, with limited edition variants soon following. The fifth generation was also the first Fiesta to feature the Anti-lock Braking System and passenger airbags as standard. The fifth generation was known as Mark VI in United Kingdom and elsewhere due to the fourth generation facelift being commonly referred to as the Mark V. This generation became the best-selling Ford Fiesta generation to date.
 Engines available include 1.25 L, 1.3 L, 1.4 L, 1.6 L, 2.0 L petrol, plus 1.4 L 8v and 1.6 L 16v Duratorq TDCi common-rail diesels built in a joint venture with PSA.
This was also the first Fiesta to be sold in Asia and Australasia (all 1.6 L LX 3dr/5dr, Zetec 3dr, Ghia 5dr), replacing the Kia-based Festiva. This Fiesta generation was ergonomically and mechanically more advanced than any previous generation. The 2005 facelift came with an even improved exterior.


The sixth generation, or Ford Fiesta Mark VI,was shown in concept form as the Ford Verve at the Frankfurt Motor Show in September 2007 and marketed in principal European markets,Australia and the United States. This model is based on Ford's new global B-car platform. The sixth generation is known as Mark VII in the United Kingdom. Production started at Ford's Cologne plant in Germany in August 2008. A second plant in Valencia, Spain started production in early 2009. Productions in China, Thailand and Mexico started from late 2008 to 2010.
Fiesta sales for Canada began in June 2010 for model year 2011. The 5-door hatchback will also be sold in Mexico starting 2011.The sixth generation saloon was launched in India in July 2011 with both petrol and diesel variants.The Fiesta received a September 2012 face lift with changes to the front, back and the interior.

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Saturday, 15 December 2012

Tata Indica Tata Indica

The Tata Indica is a hatchback automobile range manufactured by Tata Motors of India
It is the first passenger car from Tata Motors and is also considered India's first indigenously developed passenger car. As of August 2008, more than 910,000 Indicas were produced, and the platform had spawned off close to 1.2 million vehicles. The annual sales of Indica has been as high as 144,690 units in 2006-07.
Current monthly sales of Indica is around 8000 units. The models have also been exported to EuropeAfrica and other countries since late in 2004


Indica V1 and V2

Also calledTata Indicab (panel van)
Tata B-Line[5] (South Africa)
Body style5-door hatchback
Engine1.2L 65.3 hp (48.7 kW) I4
1.4 L 70 hp (52 kW) I4
1.4 L 53.5 hp (39.9 kW) diesel I4
1.4 L 62 hp (46 kW) turbodiesel I4
1.4 L 68 hp (51 kW) Intercooledturbodiesel I4
1.4 L 70 hp (52 kW) DiCOR I4
Transmission5-speed manual
Wheelbase2,400 millimetres (94 in)
Length3,690 millimetres (145 in)
Base: 3,675 millimetres (144.7 in)
Width1,665 millimetres (65.6 in)
Top Version: 1,485 millimetres (58.5 in)
Height1,485 millimetres (58.5 in)
Top Version: 1,500 millimetres (59 in)
RelatedTata Indigo
Rover CityRover
Designer(s)I.DE.A Institute

When first launched, the Indica prompted many complaints from early purchasers, who claimed that the vehicle did not deliver horsepower and gas mileage as promised. In response to the customer complaints, Tata Motors re-engineered the internals of the car and launched it as Indica V2 (version 2), which solved most of the complaints and emerged as one of the most sought after cars in the Indian automobile industry. Later, it was again updated, now marketed as the "Refreshingly New Indica V2". This was followed by the next variant of Indica, current in early 2008, called the Indica V2 Xeta Petrol, which delivers 70 PS (51 kW; 69 hp) of power at a fuel efficiency of 14 km/l (about 33 mpg U.S., fuel consumption of 7.1 L/100 km) under standard test conditions. In Indian city conditions, fuel economy can drop to about 10 km/l (about 23.5 mpg U.S., 10 L/100 km).
Since the V1 and V2 which were visually identical, Tata had applied styling updates to the Indica in 2004 and 2007.


Tata Indica Vista EV interior with integrated GPS.
Indica Vista
Also calledTata Indica V3
Tata Vista Ego[16] (South Africa)
Body style5-door hatchback
Engine1.2 L 65 hp (48 kW) Fire I4
1.4 L 71 hp (53 kW) turbodiesel I4
1.3 L 75 hp (56 kW) Multijet I4
Transmission5-speed manual
Wheelbase2,470 millimetres (97 in)
Length3,795 millimetres (149.4 in)
Width1,695 millimetres (66.7 in)
Height1,550 millimetres (61 in)
RelatedTata Indigo Manza
Fiat Linea
Fiat Punto (310)
Designer(s)Tata Motors, evolution of V2
The Indica Vista was unveiled at the 9th Auto Expo in New Delhi. The Indica Vista is not a facelift of the Indica. It is built on a completely new platform and shares nothing with the existing Indica. This new version is bigger than the previous Indica, it is 3,795 mm (149.4 in) long with a wheelbase of 2,470 mm (97.2 in). The Indica Vista has two new Fiat engines,[17] a 1.3 L Quadrajet common rail direct injection diesel and a 1.2 L Safire MPFI VVT petrol engine. The 1.4 L TDi was available until April 2010, but was discontinued as it did not meet the Bharat Stage IV emission norms. The Quadrajet (Fiat Multijet) is produced in Ranjangaon by the Tata-Fiat joint venture.[18] The Indica Vista, rumoured as the Indica V3 till then, was launched in August 2008.[19] Subsequently, a 1.4l, 90ps petrol variant was also launched. The Vista 1.2l Petrol version, also known as Safire is criticized for its low mileage which can range from 5 to 9 km/ltr of petrol with in the city[citation needed].

[edit]Tata Indica Vista Specifications

1.4 TDI1.3 Quadrajet1.2 Safire1.4 Safire
Top speed----
0 to 100 km/h (62 mph)----
Engine Type475 IDI Turbo1.3L SDE Common, Quadrajet Diesel engine1.2L, MPFI, Safire Petrol engine1.4L, MPFI, Safire Petrol engine
Displacement1,405 cc (85.7 cu in)1,248 cc (76.2 cu in)1,172 cc (71.5 cu in)1,368 cc (83.5 cu in)
Power71 PS (52 kW; 70 hp) @ 4500 rpm75 PS (55 kW; 74 hp) @ 4000 rpm65 PS (48 kW; 64 hp) @ 5500 rpm90 PS (66 kW; 89 hp) @ 6000 rpm
Torque135 N·m (100 lbf·ft) @2500 rpm190 N·m (140 lbf·ft) @1750 rpm96 N·m (71 lbf·ft) @3000 rpm116 N·m (86 lbf·ft) @4750 rpm
Valve Mechanism----
Cylinder ConfigurationInline 4Inline 4Inline 4Inline 4
Fuel TypeDieselDieselPetrolPetrol
Minimum Turning Radius----
Wheelsize14 in (360 mm)14 in (360 mm)13 in (330 mm)14 in (360 mm)
Tyres175 / 65 R14 (tubeless)175 / 65 R14 (tubeless)175 / 70 R 13 (tubeless)175 / 65 R14 (tubeless)
Ground Clearance165 mm (6.5 in)165 mm (6.5 in)165 mm (6.5 in)165 mm (6.5 in)

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