New Delhi: It’s not easy to build an ‘buddies’ system.
But the idea of having a small group of friends can make all the difference.
As the number of Indian citizens has grown, the number who do not have a single person they can rely on to help them out has risen too.
The new breed of social networking sites like Facebook, Whatsapp and Twitter have become the most popular among these, but even if the number goes up, they are not going to solve the problem.
As social networking becomes more popular, more people are going to look for friends.
But they may not have one or more friends in common.
In the case of a single Indian citizen, it is a problem.
The solution is a buddy system, where all the members of a group can have a shared identity.
Buddy system: A friend network in actionAccording to the study by social media experts at the University of California, San Francisco, there are around 1.3 billion Indians who do have friends.
And these are not only those who live in cities but also those who travel frequently.
In a country of just 1.2 billion people, a small percentage of Indians is considered a friend.
In a study done for a project called The India Project, the social network, Whatsup, asked 500 students to create a friend list based on a list of their interests and a picture of them.
The students created a list that included their favorite restaurants, a favorite sports team, their favorite food, their most recent vacation destination and their preferred hobbies.
For the group of 5, the average number of friends was just over 10.
Buddies: a new breed in IndiaOne of the biggest problems faced by this group of people is that they do not know which friends they have.
Some people don’t even know how to use Facebook or Whatsup.
As a result, there is a big gap between what is seen on social networking platforms and what is real.
Budgets and friends are not always the sameBuddy systems have come under fire for being unrealistic.
For example, the United States and Europe have been accused of being the only major countries that do not allow the use of money for the development of their economies.
However, the Indian model has taken off because of its flexibility.
While the country is still a large economy, the percentage of its population that lives in the urban areas has dropped by more than 90% in the last 10 years.
Budgeting is the keyA friend list can be created from the list of common interests.
So if you have friends in different parts of the country, the same buddy list can then be used to make up a budget that would help you in the next financial year.
A person may have a friend in the capital, Mumbai, who would make up the budget for him.BUDGETS AND FRIENDSHERE is an example of how this could be achieved.
For one, it can be used for the budget of a friend who has a different job.
It can also be used as a budget for someone who has not shared his income with anyone.
BUDGETs AND FRIENSESHERE also shows how it could be used by a person who has no friends but who does have a very close one.
If someone has a job in Mumbai, they can get an itemized list of his expenses for the next year, such as electricity bills, fuel, clothing and other essentials.BAD BUDGYThe next problem is that the idea does not work for everyone.
It is very hard to create such a system for everyone in the country.
But that is the main reason for this project, says Amit Agarwal, an associate professor at the Centre for Advanced Study in the Graduate School of Business, Jawaharlal Nehru University.
For one thing, it depends on a certain level of maturity of the users.
The user may be a little bit more mature than the average person in India.
But he may also be in a position where he does not understand what the system is supposed to do.
A friend list may be very useful for him, but it may not be for someone else.
Another reason why the idea is not perfect is because it requires a lot of time.
A simple buddy system is not going for everybody.
People need time to think about the benefits of the system, such the fact that it can help them with the budget.
And there are some problems in the system that are not solved by just a buddy list.BONUS: What you need to know about Indian womenThe India Project team used a buddy-system approach to help people to create their own budgets.
In one instance, they asked 200 people to share their daily expenditure on a smartphone app that they could use to help others in India get budgeting information.
These people were then asked to put together a list on their own and submit it to the friend list.
The result was a buddy group, with the average amount being about