How To Find Best Car Value In India With Zero Hassle

Once you have made the decision of selling your car, the first thing that you need to decide is whom do you want to sell the car to. Knowing your potential customers  is extremely important for a successful trade to happen. In the case of sale of a used car, the seller has two options:

  • The first option is that he or she can sell his car to car trading companies who deal in second hand cars.
  • The second option is to sell the car privately to the retail customers who would be buying the same for their personal use.

Depending on the customer type you select for the sale of your car to, you would need to accordingly find your car value in India.

Selling To The Traders Is Hassle Free

It is common knowledge that the car traders would be experts in this field and would, therefore, be in a much better bargaining position that any used car seller. Thus, when you decide to sell your car to them, you need to be mentally prepared that they would ensure that the deal between you and them is mutually more beneficial to them than to you. In spite of this knowledge, many sellers still prefer to sell their cars to these traders rather than retail customers. The primary reason for this is that the sale to these traders is completely hassle free. The traders themselves arrange for everything, inspection of the car, valuation of the car, basic cleaning and maintenance of the car is also sometimes done by them for better understanding of the condition of the car. The seller has to do absolutely nothing. He can simply sit back and relax and allow the trader to arrive at a quote for the car and simply then either agree or disagree with the same. For getting a good price for the price, the only effort that the seller can and should make, is to approach different car traders and ask for quotes from all of them. There is a slim possibility that the competition between these traders might push them to quote a higher price in an attempt to outbid the other traders.


Retail Buyers

There are mostly two primary reasons which guide the decision to opt for selling the car to a retail buyer instead of a trader and they are:

  • You are looking for the highest selling price for your car.
  • You are personally and emotionally attached to your car and therefore want to make sure that it gets transferred into good and safe hands.

No matter what your reason for choosing to sell your car to a retail customer is, once this decision has been taken by you, you are then confronted with the big task of selling the car and for this you would need to conduct a proper valuation of the car. If you do have the required technical knowledge about cars, then making these valuations on your own may not be correct and you might need professional assistance for the same.

Professional Valuation Companies: There are professional valuation companies present in the market, which conduct proper inspection and valuation of your car and suggest a fair value for the same. They even issue certificates stating the value of the car ad also the condition of the car. Hiring these professionals is a good option, but it is an expensive option as well. These companies charge a big fee for their services and many buyers may not be willing to spend this money on finding their car value in India.

If you have decided that you would not spend any money on car valuation and therefore are looking for free car valuation avenues, then the only option left for you is to go online.

Online Car Valuation

There are many online sites which help the sellers in finding the right value of their cars. All that the seller has to do is register with the site, fill in a small form where certain general details about the car like year of manufacture, etc. would be asked and then submit the same. The site would get back to the seller within 24 hours with a fair value of his or her car. This is the best way of finding the best car value in India with zero hassle.


Times Group campus to start B Tech, MBA courses next year

Times Group campus to start B Tech, MBA courses next year
Admission for engineering and management courses for next year’s session beginning in July will start from next week.
MUMBAI: Times of India group is all set to launch its Bennett University next year in July at Greater Noida near Delhi, a top Bennett, Coleman & Company Ltd (BCCL) executive said.

The over 175-year-old media group will be offering courses in engineering and management streams at its 68-acre campus at Greater Noida, Uttar Pradesh, from next year.

The venture, apart from enlisting the services of reputed academics, will also be tying up with some leading institutional partners.

“We have most reputed faculty members , professors and internationally acclaimed academic partners in our venture,” Executive Director on the Board of BCCL, Shrijeet Mishra, told PTI.

He said admission for engineering and management courses for next year’s session beginning in July will start from next week.

“For the first year, we would admit 300 students in four disciplines, Computer Science, Mechanical, Electronic, in which we would be offering B. Tech degree, and there will MBA course as well. Pass outs will have option to get jobs Times Group itself and also to look for jobs outside, ” he said.

With a business model to provide its students a premium learning experience, supported by research-driven faculty, Bennett University in the course of next five years will offer courses in Law, Architecture, Liberal Arts, Design, Research, Applied Sciences.

Vice-Chancellor (Designate) of Bennett University, Yajulu Medury, said, “Over the next few years, Bennett will offer undergraduate, post-graduate and PhD programs across Engineering, Management, Media, Law, Design, Architecture, Liberal Arts and Applied Sciences apart from offering finest hostel facilities to the students.”

The Group is planning to invest over Rs 800 crore in setting up UGC regulated and State Private University (SPU) entity with its internal borrowings over the five years which would have a strength of 12,000 students with 600 teaching staff.

Elucidating the Group’s aim behind venturing into the higher education sector, Mishra said, “Times Group enjoy the glory to serve and lead in this field. Apart from running journalism school successfully since decades, we launched a Teach India Campaign followed by our newly reincarnated venture Times Pro, which is offering its short-term courses in Banking, Finance and Accounts.”

“We realised (there is) a huge gap in supply and demand of industry specific qualitative education and there is vast scope of providing education with employability and opportunity. This is our entrepreneurial effort is to fill the gap,” he said.

Kendriya Vidyalaya admissions to go online in 2016

Kendriya Vidyalaya admissions to go online in 2016
Right now the admissions happen at the school level and parents have to apply at the specific school he/ she is interested in for his/ her ward.
NEW DELHI: Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangathan (KVS) is planning to make its entry level admissions (class I) in all the Kendriya Vidyalayas (KVs) completely online from the 2016-17 academic session. The decision was taken at the last Board of Governors meeting. As per the plan right from application to issuing of the list of the shortlisted candidates will be done online.

According to senior officials of the Sangathan, class I admissions for the 1,128 KVs will be online. Annually around 10 lakh students apply for admission to the schools under the KVS system and around 1.3 lakh to 1.5 lakh students are likely to be enrolled in the forthcoming academic session. “We are planning for the same and hopefully we will be able to implement this from the next academic session. We are working on the plans and with the schools,” said U N Khaware, additional commissioner (academics) of the KVS.

Right now the admissions happen at the school level and parents have to apply at the specific school he/ she is interested in for his/ her ward. Once the online admission process is implemented, one can apply via the centralized online portal. A parent can find the KVs in the region of his residence and also the status of the school like till which class it offers and number of vacancies.

“What this online admission process will ensure is complete transparency. Through the search criteria a parent who has been transferred to a new location can find details about KVs in his/ her area and vacancies. Admission details will be as per the guidelines issued by the KVS. Here the schools will upload their specific details and all the data will be centrally available for the parents,” said Partha Sarthi Mohanty, senior vice president, MGRM Net Limited, the agency which is working on the online portal for the KVS.

According to Mohanty, while one can upload all the credentials including digital certificates, “This being the first year, the verifications of certificates and other credentials will be manual. This is what the KVS has decided.”

The long term plan is to make the data that will be accumulated of the students at the time of admission, the starting point for the final lifecycle of the student in the KVS system which will be presented in the form of a dossier.