Author - Dhiraj Bakshi
New Age - Religion & Spirituality - 2012/06/21 - Dhiraj Bakshi
With the rise of technology and occupational specialization in the 19th century, other bodies began to claim professional status: pharmacy, veterinary medicine, nursing, teaching, librarianship, optometry and social work, all of which could claim, using these milestones, to be professions by 1900. A profession arises when any trade or occupation transforms itself through "the development of formal qualifications based upon education, apprenticeship, and examinations, the emergence of regulatory bodies with powers to admit and discipline members, and some degree of monopoly rights." Professions enjoy a high social status, regard and esteem conferred upon them by society. This high esteem arises primarily from the higher social function of their work, which is regarded as vital to society as a whole and thus of having a special and valuable nature. All professions involve technical, specialized and highly skilled work often referred to as "professional expertise." Although professions enjoy high status and public prestige, not all professionals earn high salaries, and even within specific professions there exist significant inequalities of compensation. Author through this book have covered the concepts of various professions with the support of signs, chambers, planets, nakshatra, inter - linkages of planets etc. through section, sub - section, clause etc. The concept of Importance of Saturn in Profession which play an important role in the life of native have been covered with the support of astrological parameters through section, sub - section, clause etc. Provisions of Karmic Laws subject to the guidelines of Religious Court on Doctrines of Vedic Profession and Karmic Law have also been covered in the book. The study of this book is expected to achieve the better understanding among the readers.