Training to be a Dot Net Programmer

Plan

The marketing of myself as a Dot Net Programmer in the job market would entail attention interviews, coming up with a resume and then creating a professional brand. I planned to conduct a search for various publications so as to have a knowhow on how to adequately prepare for the interview. The researcher also planned to leverage two resource persons for the purpose of helping to shed more light to the tasks at hand more especially the task of making a professional brand and preparing for the interview. My plan involved going through various resumes on the Internet and other sources so as to familiarize myself with the major components in containment I a professional resume as that would be helpful during the application for a job in the future. A good personal brand and resume are necessary for winning an employment (Corfield, 2007). I then planned to make sure that the sample had a professional outlook.

I also planned to recap all that I had learned in the previous research tasks towards the area of Dot Net programming so as to make sure that all the knowledge of duties and responsibilities was at my fingertips. I planned to understand the basic tasks and how to carry them out since they would interview me. The other things that the researcher planned to do were to make sure to practice such soft skills as teamwork and collaboration; communication skills; problem solving; critical observation; adaptability; and conflict resolution. The researcher also planned to carry out a search on the newspapers and other platforms that advertise Dot Net programming jobs, make applications and then attend interviews. The attending of interviews would be preceded by a thorough preparation on the same using my resource persons and the other sources.

Action
On March 25, 2016, I began my search on marketing myself as a Dot Net developer for the purpose of getting a suitable employment. The researcher structured the research work in such a way that all the activities would have completion within two weeks that were scheduled for the same. In the first week, I had to make a recap of all that I had learned in the previous research activities concerning Dot Net programming. In the first week I also attending an online training for two days, that is, March 28, 2016, and March 29, 2016, and got to learn many things regarding the such soft skills like good communication, adaptability, conflict resolution, problem-solving, teamwork and collaboration among other skills. I also made a plan for the following week concerning the tasks that I wanted to accomplish in that week so as to prepare adequately for them.

The task that began within the second week was the scrutiny of the sample resumes on the Web so as to familiarize myself with the right structure and the elements that should be in containment. I requested to meet two of my resource person that was working in two different companies in the positions of the assistant human resource managers. I met the resource persons at the same time because I wanted them to help me in different activities that would have me adequately prepared for the interview and the job ahead. The meeting took place in one of the resource person’s offices in the afternoon starting at 2 pm because thy told me that in the morning, they were usually busy. They helped me to prepare for the interview and assisted me with the refining of the resume so that it had a professional look. They then helped me to come up with a professional brand.

Observation
I observed that the preparation for the interview and job was something important. In this iteration, I had to carry out some activities that helped me have adequate preparation for the activities mentioned above. I observed that the revisiting of the things I learned in the previous iterations was vital because it made me remembers everything that I had learned. That gave me the confidence to approach the interview with the assurance that I would pass it. The other thing that the researcher observed was that the practice of soft skills is a requirement for any employee because they have to be conversant with the basic of how to communicate and behave apart from their professional qualifications (Duncan & Dunifon, 2012). The daily conducting of their duties require those soft skills. Otherwise, they would become ineffective in the execution of their duties.

The researcher also observed that the interview must be preceded by adequate preparation and the preparation of the resume as well as the training of how to perform a task related to one’s profession. I observed that the interviewers have some common questions that they ask a new employee and the resource persons helped understand how to respond to them adequately. The most common question, for instance, was, ‘If we give you chance to work in this company, what new idea you will bring to the area of Dot Net project development?’ The professional brand was a requirement for making sure that a job seeker reaches many people (Dixson & Arruda, 2013). I observed that an online profile of the professional brand would help in marketing oneself effectively, and it would provide the chance for making changes as appropriate.

Reflection
The iteration on marketing myself as Dot Net programmer went on well in almost every area that I wanted to address. I addressed most of them although not as adequate as I would have wanted. The various sources that I leverage to find information regarding interviews and practice of other skills were very rich with relevant information that I wanted. The online training on the practice of soft skills also helped me to have all the soft skills that are my requirement for any professional. The resource persons were also helpful because they complemented what I had gathered from the Web and other sources, ensuring that I was well versed in all the things that are vital to getting and maintaining employment. I met them during the time when they were not very busy, and so they willingly gave me the information I wanted to get from them.

A few things did not go as was planned among them being the lack of covering everything that was in my pan for this iteration. Among the things that were planned and never happened include the use of sources like newspapers to find job advertisements and the failure to scrutinize thoroughly the various job offerings advertised on the Internet. I plan to create more time for the activities in my plan in the future so as to make sure that I perform every activity as planned for the purpose of garnering more knowledge and experience in the area I will be conducting research. Another thing that I did not do was the visiting of companies to take my resume and applications as I only relied on the job offerings on the Web. In the future, I would have to apply online and also visit companies to seek for a job.

Tenet Healthcare.

The Healthcare Financing Administration notes the annual health care expenditure in the United State has exceeded $ 3.1 trillion. 10% of these expenditures ($ 100 billion) are government and health insurance companies losses due to fraudulent healthcare transactions. Timely detections and prevention of these fraudulent transactions and abuses can help recover the huge amount of resources to medical institutions and patients thus improving the quality of care and decreasing the cost of healthcare for taxpayers. Inability to detect fraud can become an extremely costly, painful and damaging problem to the organization and thus the need for an effective fraud detection system (Mcmahon & Chopra, 2013). In 2012, Tenet health Corporation was ordered to pay the United States F$ 42.75 million to settle accusations of violating the False Claims Act by overbilling the federal Medicare Program (Department of Justice, 2012). This action research will discuss how healthcare billings happen in the United States and will give details of the fraudulent billing occurring in Tenet Healthcare Corporation. I will show the impact of this fraudulent billing to the stock prices and financial statements of Tenet, showing that they directly impact the shareholders finances having their stocks at Tenet

Tenet Health Corporation (Tenet) is an investor-owned health care services corporation. Tenet Health corporation operates 77 acute care hospitals, 173 outpatient centres, 5 health plans and 6 accountable care organizations. In addition, the corporation operates Conifer Health Solutions that provides health business process solutions in fifteen centres that serve clients in 43 states.

The study will help Tenet develop a fraud detection system that will sufficiently address it billing process to avoid future billing errors that will ruin the reputation of the company and destroy its financial base. In addition, the study will offer insight to other health care institutions on factors that precipitate fraudulent cases in institutions and the financial implications of the fraudulent case.

The study will be based on the Cressey Fraud Triangle. Three components of the triangle include pressure, opportunity and rationalization. Pressure relates to the financial difficulties such as a large amount of credit card debt, overwhelming financial burdens, and financial difficulties. Opportunity to fraud exists when an employee discovers a weakness in the organization’s ant-fraud controls. Rationalization is the psychological process whereby individuals who have committed fraud convince themselves either that the act is not wrong or that even though it may be wrong, it will be corrected because they will eventually return the money. In addition, employees may justify the fraud by taking the attitude that they deserve the stolen money (Goldman, 2009)

A comprehensive detection and prevention system should have the right combination of financial analysis, business/relationship analysis, medical insight and analysis, detection of changing behaviours and a feedback loop (Abbasi, Albrecht, Vance, & Hansen, 2012). Therefore, the study will primarily focus on evaluating the effectiveness of this component in Tenet. In addition, the study will focus on analyzing the effect of the fraudulent on the stock prices and financial performance of the Tenet. The study will focus on the financial statement fraud and the stock prices of the company during the time the fraud occurred. Financial statement fraud is mainly dedicated to the fact that financial statement audit ensures that the financial reports of the company are free from material misstatement and fraud. A firms’ propensity to commit a fraud depends on the expected benefits and cost of engaging in the fraudulent. The expected cost of the fraudulent has two components that include the probability of the fraud detection and the penalty upon detection.

The financial statements of Tenet will be evaluated to identify the misstatement and the impact of those misstatements, the investment trend of the company and the stock prices of the Company stock. The data will be obtained from the annual reports including Form 10 K and other strategic documents. The reports will be analyzed through various econometric models to evaluate how the fraud case affected their trend. A five year period analysis will be conducted. In addition to the financial econometric analysis of the financial reports, a detailed key informant interview will be conducted with stockholders of the company who will be selected randomly. The interviews will be conducted through open-ended questions to allow the respondents to disclose as much information as possible. The interviews will substantial the findings of the analysis. The findings of the study will be corresponded to Tenet Corporation in the form of a report. In addition, the result will be published and disseminated to online databases to benefit other scholars and organizations.

The research will be conducted with the authority and supervision of the University Committee. In addition, consent will sort with the Tenet Corporation. The current CEO and the chief finance officer will be contacted advance to approve the research. Some of the key ethical issues to be addressed in the research is the confidentially of any confidential information accessed during the research and limiting the finding of the study to academic use. The key limitations of the study are its reliance on the documented reports. The study will not allow the research to evaluate the raw financial data of the company but will rely on data from SEC listing and other stock sites such as NYSE.

Top 10 CBSE Schools in Gurgaon

CBSE is a Central Board of Secondary Education which provides education in India. There are a lot of schools which follow the CBSE syllabus and provide education for children in various age groups. Gurgaon, a city outside Delhi, has hundreds of schools that provide quality education to the students. In this article, we look at 10 choices from the best schools in Gurgaon.

Introduction
CBSE is one of the most prestigious school boards in India. The board is responsible for running schools in the country and has an impressive selection of schools to choose from. Some of the best CBSE schools in Gurgaon are listed below.

10 CBSE Schools in Gurgaon
Gurgaon is a rapidly growing city, and as such, there are a number of excellent CBSE schools here. Some of the best include The Lawrence School, Divine International School and Aastha Vidya Mandir.

All three schools offer an excellent education and offer a wide range of course options for students. The Lawrence School is especially well known for its focus on music and arts. Divine International is also highly regarded for its strong academics, while Aastha Vidya Mandir offers a well rounded education with special focus on mathematics and sciences. Lists of CBSE School in Gurgaon:

Chalk Tree: This school is one of the top CBSE schools in Gurgaon and offers a variety of courses, including arts, commerce, and sciences. The school also has a well-equipped library and lush green campus.
Holy Child School, Sector-7: Holy Child is another top CBSE school in Gurgaon and offers a good range of courses, including arts, commerce, science, and mathematics. The school also has a large playground and excellent facilities for sports activities.
Lawrence Public School, Sector-8: Lawrence Public School is one of the oldest and most prestigious CBSE schools in Gurgaon. The school offers a wide range of courses, including arts, commerce, science, mathematics and languages.
St Joseph’s Convent High School: St Joseph’s Convent High School is one of the best girls’ schools in Gurgaon and provides excellent education opportunities for its students. The school offers a good range of courses including arts, commerce as well as sciences which make it ideal for students seeking quality education without compromising on academic standards.
Aastha Vidya Mandir: Aastha Vidya Mandir is one of the best CBSE schools in Gurgaon and offers a well-rounded education with special focus on mathematics and sciences. The school also has a well-equipped library and an excellent playground.
The Lawrence School: The Lawrence School is one of the best CBSE schools in Gurgaon and offers a wide range of courses, including arts, commerce, science, mathematics and languages. The school also has a well-equipped library and lush green campus.
Divine International School: Divine International School is one of the best CBSE schools in Gurgaon and offers a good range of courses, including arts, commerce, science, mathematics and languages. The school also has a well-equipped library and excellent facilities for sports activities.
Aastha Vidya Mandir: Aastha Vidya Mandir is one of the best CBSE schools in Gurgaon and offers a well-rounded education with special focus on mathematics and sciences. The school also has a well-equipped library and an excellent playground.
The Indian Summer international school – Sector 38B Gurugram(Near Highway 91 and NH8 Toll Plaza, Faridabad Road, Khandsa village, Gurgaon District Haryana 122002.)
Bansalpur Village Centre Co-Ed Multi-Purpose Secondary School(Chandigarh – Panipat highway bifurcation point on Kurukshetra road).
Benefits of CBSE Schools

CBSE schools are known for their quality education and good facilities. The following are some of the benefits of CBSE schools:

CBSE schools offer good quality education which is recognised all over the world.• CBSE schools have good infrastructure and facilities which make them ideal for learning.• CBSE schools provide a safe and secure environment for students. • CBSE schools offer a wide range of courses which allows students to choose the course that best suits their interests.• CBSE schools have a strong alumni network which allows students to stay connected with their teachers and classmates.
Conclusion
If you are looking for Top 10 CBSE Schools in Gurgaon, look no further. Here are the ten best CBSE schools in Gurgaon according to students and parents:

1. Chalk Tree2) The British School (Gurgaon) 3) St. Stephen’s English Medium School (Gurgaon) 4) DAV Public School (Noida Haryana Road, Sohna Sector-31, Gurgaon )5) Ryan International School (Gurugram- DLF Phase III, Near IMAX theatre ) 6) Delhi Public School – Green Park Campus (DLF Phase V, Greater Noida West ) 7) The Indian Summer international school – Sector 38B Gurugram(Near Highway 91 and NH8 Toll Plaza, Faridabad Road, Khandsa village, Gurgaon District Haryana 122002.) 8 )Bansalpur Village Centre Co-Ed Multi-Purpose Secondary School(Chandigarh – Panipat highway bifurcation point on Kurukshetra road).