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  • jkabtech 8:17 pm on August 2, 2018 Permalink |
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    How to Transfer PF Online 

    With more and more government functions going online, we feel it is important for our readers to know how to use the different tools that are now available. After all, it is now possible to file an RTI, apply for a passport, apply for a PAN card or download a copy of your Aadhaar card, all from the comfort of your own home.

    Nearly everyone who’s employed has also probably quit a job at some point. Changing jobs involves enough paperwork to make your head spin. One of the most irksome bits of paperwork involves a significant chunk of the deductions section in your salary slip – Employee Provident Fund (EPF), or PF as most people prefer to call it. Most of us never look at the EPF account number and the company code that’s needed to transfer the amount to the new employer. Instead of panicking after quitting a job, you can take a look at these steps and learn how to transfer your EPF right away.

    First, you need to check if your EPF account is eligible for a transfer claim. You can do this via the EPFO website.

    The step above requires you to know the state in which your present and previous employers have registered your account, apart from which PF office the accounts fall under. You need to select these from a drop-down menu.

    You will also need the region, office, and establishment codes of both employers and the PF number. You can get all these details from the accounts departments of those companies.

    Once you’ve keyed in all the details, click Check Eligibility.

    You will then see a popup that states whether the account is Eligible, or Not Eligible. If your account is eligible for a PF transfer, then create an account on the EPFO website.

    You’ll need to pick a valid photo ID such as your Aadhaar, PAN card or driving licence, and enter that ID number here sign up. The signup process also involves sending a verification code to your mobile number. Fill in all the details, and click GET PIN.

    At the bottom of the screen, enter the PIN you just received, and click Submit.

    On the next page, you’ll see a confirmation message. Click on Please click here to continue further.

    Now, go to the EPFO Member Claims Portal, and log in. On the left side, you’ll see a log in box. Pick the document type (the ID you chose during registration), enter the ID number and your mobile number.

    Click Sign In, and a page with all your options will load.

    Move your mouse over the Claim link in the top bar, and click Request for transfer of account.

    Now you will have to fill the PF transfer form. It is divided into three parts.

    Part-A comprises your personal information. Apart from your name and email, you’ll have to enter your salary account number and the IFSC code of the bank.

    Part-B asks you to fill in details of the previous PF account, similar to step 1. If you don’t know the details, you can click on Click here to get details next to the field for PF number.

    Part-C requires details of your current PF account, as you did in step 1. Once again, if you don’t know the details, you can click on Click here to get details next to the field for PF number.

    You’ll need to get the claim attested through the previous or current employer. Select Previous Establishment or Current Establishment at the end of the form depending on whichever is easier for you. Settlement is faster if attestation is through your previous employer, but it is mandatory.

    Now that the form is filled, click Preview.

    You’ll be shown a preview of all the information you’ve entered. Double-check all of this for errors. If you need to change anything, click To change information, click here. That will take you to the previous page.

    If you’re sure all the information is correct, enter the characters in the image in the box next to it, and click GET PIN at the end of the form.

    Check I Agree.

    You’ll get the PIN via SMS. Enter the PIN in the box below I Agree, and click Submit.

    You’ve now successfully filed your PF transfer claim. You can check the status of the claim by clicking here.

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  • jkabtech 4:17 am on July 18, 2018 Permalink |
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    How to Transfer Your Games and Settings from One Nintendo 3DS to Another 

    The Nintendo 3DS has been around since February 2011. Since then, it has seen multiple hardware iterations that improve the design, build quality, and even the console’s much touted 3D feature. Its latest variants, dubbed the New 3DS and New 3DS XL, vastly improve over their predecessors. The difference is so big that it’s well worth buying one of these, even if you were an early adopter for the 3DS.

    However it is important to keep in mind that unlike Google, Apple, Sony, or Microsoft, Nintendo doesn’t make it easy to share games across your devices. Your system settings and digitally downloaded games won’t automatically show up on your new console, because they’re not tied to your Nintendo account. Instead, they’re tied to the hardware. This makes transferring data cumbersome, and it is mandatory to have your older 3DS along with you to shift the data to the new one. Here’s what you need to know to get this done. You’ll need a working Internet connection using Wi-Fi, along with SD or MicroSD cards in both consoles, and of course, the two 3DS units.

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  • jkabtech 8:17 pm on March 11, 2018 Permalink |
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    USB 3.2 Type-C Specification Announced, Doubles Data Transfer Speeds 

    Highlights USB 3.0 Promoter Group announced USB 3.2 The new spec makes use of multi-lane capabilities USB 3.2 offers double data speeds

    The USB 3.0 Promoter Group has now announced a new USB Type-C specification

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  • jkabtech 8:17 pm on March 1, 2018 Permalink |
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    Samsung, Foxconn, Intel Back New ‘Kiss’ Wireless Data Transfer Technology 

    A startup backed by Tony Fadell, one of the fathers of the Apple iPod, plans to announce Wednesday it is working with Samsung Electronics, Foxconn parent Hon Hai Precision Industry and others on a new way for mobile phones to transfer large amounts of data without using wires or Wi-Fi connections.

    Chief Executive Eric Almgren said his Campbell, California-based company called Keyssa has raised more than $100 million from Fadell and the venture arms of Samsung and Intel, among others. The company’s “kiss” technology allows two computing devices to be held near each other and transfer large files such as movies in just a few seconds.

    The goal is to remove the need for cumbersome and bulky cable connectors inside devices like phones and laptops, which are growing ever-lighter and thinner. If Keyssa is successful, the wireless data transfer technique could eventually be available in a wide range of devices.

    Keyssa announced last October, together with Intel, that it had come up with a design that could be embedded in so-called two-in-one laptops which feature detachable touch-screens.


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  • jkabtech 2:31 am on June 12, 2016 Permalink |
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    CNBC gets swift boot by money transfer group Swift 

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