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Dear Sir/Maam Hereby, i need help on drafting the letter for announcing the holiday for independence day and working timing for rakha bandhan, so i want to draft it in innovative manner so they wont feel burden on comming to office on rakha bandhan ,, So, need help in drafting so... PLZ help.Regards,Khushi
From India, Pune
Dear All,
It is our pleasure that we all are working well and hope it will continue. Good to announce that we have Saturday as working timing 10:00 A.M to 04:00 PM for RAKSHA BANDHAN holiday and Sunday will monday will be holiday. So enjoy Independence day and proud to be citizen of INDIA.
Is this k other then, suggest me if some wrong or some addition seniors want to add....

From India, Pune
Dear Staff,
Greetings!from the organisation.It is our pleasure to inform you that Rakhi & independence day Celebrations are held in our from 9.00Am to 2.00pm.Rakhi is one festival where we share our joy with our brothers & sisters.Independence is a day in which our mother land is free for freedom.Proud to Be A INDIAN....

From India, Chennai
Hi Kushi, Mein Dukhi hoon ! In your post script, kindly correct your spelling in respect of the most simplest two-letter english words such as OR . Correct spelling is OR not AUR ! Best wishes
From India
@ Sundaram sir..... wrongly it was written for that extremely sorry sir, as it hearted u and Sir i drafted the letter yesterday itself and also forwarded the same... some how different from original one and was appreciated by organisation as i have presented that in inovative way... and always correct me if i will be wrong ...
Thanks and Regards,

From India, Pune
It is real pathetic to see members asking help for drafting letters
Are we not that much capable to draft a letter.
Also, how much lethargic we are, that we are not spending even in doing a search
Please Let us think.
Also, Humble request to members, let us please avoid our replies to these type of Queries

From India, Coimbatore
No one in this world come out from mother womb with full knowlege,,, and if any person coming help to others must always be taken in positive manner. Regards, Khushi
From India, Pune
You are right Khushi....everyone knows that there is a search button.....but for certain problems that will not be of any help! Maybe he is new to the company and asking everyone help...why can't we help!!!!!! instead of discouraging that he doesn't know to draft a letter!
From India, Madras
Really funny thoughts,
What u have been taught in your college
it is understood that no one in this world come out from mother womb with full knowledge,
my reply is for not people who have just come out of mother womb, it is for people who have undergone 20 years of education.
we never want to try anything, anybody spoon feeds,
we kill our own creativity

From India, Coimbatore
I fully agree with you Mr. Sardhar,

In almost all my previous postings, I have been highlighting this lack of application of English knowledge for day-to-fay functioning. The steep decline in English usage, despite the language being taught from kindergarten level is due to, may be, the advent of mobile lingo. People have become so lazy they dont know want to remember what they studied in school. It is also another fact that most of those who do the postings are either having PG qualifications or MBA qualified.

People do not want to take chance in writing a simple sentence and get it verified or checked by somebody in their office. They immediately rush to CiteHR as if people are waiting to send sample of single-sentence letters. I dont foresee any improvement, unless and until CiteHR makes it a policy not to encourage this kind of trend. Sample of complicated letters or letters with legal provisions or IR implications or HR policy related queries are ok.

Compared to those in China, Japan and other countries, thanks to the British rule of India over three centuries made Indians proud that we are better off in respect of English language but it seems it is no more a pride for us, looking at the trend that we see here. Even B-schools dont care for this kind of aspect, since they are keen on taking money and churning out students without any focus on quality.

Even God cannot save the country !

From India

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