Soon, OTP authentication for ATM cash withdrawals above Rs 10,000 canara bank launches OTP facility for ATM cash withdrawal

Soon, OTP authentication for ATM cash withdrawals above Rs 10,000 canara bank launches OTP facility for ATM cash withdrawal
 

same spirit with which it is being given. In the processS of communication, it is more
important to understand the information rather than carry it out
(4) Direct and Indirect Communication:Traffic signs must instantly convey information to the drivers about what lies
head on the way-a petrol/fuel station, an eating joint, an auto garage, diversion, bump, four-lane
Dr two-lane signs, tall-bridge and a host of other signs. Words cannot be as quick as signs. When
nstant decisions have to be taken, signs and symbols are the most effective method. Business
organisations also try to create signs and symbols of their products through advertisements- for
example, if we raise our thumb and close the rest of the fingers, instantly everyone understands that
it is the symbol for the popular soft drink - Thums Up!
A sign is a mark used as a representation of something; for example, +for "plus", xfor "multiply",
skull and cross-bones for "danger". A sign is mostly visual and has a fixed meaning. A signal is a
previously agreed upon movement which serves to warn, direct or command; for example, switching
on a green light or the waving of a green flag is automatically a signal to go ahead, and the coming on
of red light instantly makes us stop.
Previous knowledge and a certain amount of conditioning are required fused by Managers to call in the junior staff. Bells are also used by special vehicles like the
fire engine and the ambulance as a warning for other velhicles to give way. A pleasant sounding bell
is associated with place of worship.
Tunes are often used as an identification mark. Programmes on the radio and the TV are
signal for departure and warning. All vehicles use homs
introducted with a signature tune; cell-phones in our modern times have a host of tunes, both caller
It is not necessary in communication that the receiver and giver of information should
be face-to-face with each other. Communication can be both direct and indirect. Direct
communication means face-to-face conversation, while indirect commun
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