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Monday, December 14, 2009
In this post I would like to share a set of .exe files which covers the basics of electronics. These .exe files would be like tutors covering the subjects like devices, microprocessors, fundamentals of digital electronics, computers and many
These would be very useful.
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Thursday, September 24, 2009
This guide eases the process of preparing for standardized tests by helping readers improve reasoning, critical thinking, judgment, and decision-making skills, and prepare for exams. It features 501 multiple-choice questions along with complete answers.
Thursday, September 17, 2009
Tuesday, September 15, 2009
Most of "Successful Interviews" is filled with advice on how to answer a diverse range of questions that range from "All of us have personality defects. What is yours?" and "What involvement have you had in writing business strategy?" to "How do you respond to authority?" Interestingly, Yeung advises that none of these questions has an ideal answer and that we the readers need to think of answers that are pertinent to us as individuals. But he does provide guidance on how to frame answers that avoid lying but do present us in a good light.
Thursday, September 3, 2009
This book is one of the kind. Explains how to get through interviews with a lot of examples. Its a must have book for those who look in for campus interviews. Not only it gives us a lot of ideas .also it points out the usuall mistakes that we commit, when we take up an interview.
Thursday, July 30, 2009
Quick, critical reading is an essential skill that is used in standardized tests, jobs, schools, and more. Be it literature, essays, tech writing, or articles, this fully updated edition of Reading Comprehension Success in 20 Minutes a Day provides a complete close-reading tutorial in an easy 20-step program.
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Friday, June 26, 2009
Ultimate Psychometric Tests helps job candidates stand out from the crowd. Designed for self-study, the range of questions provides an excellent opportunity for practice. They will help improve technique as well as boost confidence prior to taking a real-life test. Types of test include: verbal and numerical reasoning, personality questionnaires, non-verbal reasoning (including diagrammatic reasoning), mechanical comprehension and IQ tests. Contains over 1000 realistic practice questions.
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Saturday, June 13, 2009
Monday, June 8, 2009
The campus placement fever must be high all over the places. The placement cell of each college would be flooded with lot of queries regarding the companies which would visit its campus.
And the hiring strategies of the companies after the recession would have been revised, be it IT and NON-IT.
So,how can a student overcome this highly important period of time successfully?
Here are some of the ways and tips to overcome the campus placement drive programmes successfully.
I am not a HR or any consultant,just been a student who faced these things in my college life, i like to share them through this blog.
I would make my tips in points so that it would be easier to follow and being an Engineering graduate,the post may be a little partial towards Engineering students.
1.COMPANY ORIENTED PREPARATION
This is where everybody falls prey.Till third year or penultimate year of your course ,you may prepare yourself generally and equip yourself with all necessary stuffs.
But by the end of the 3rd year ,you should start collecting the details of the probable companies visiting your college. And start preparing company orientedly.you should collect the questions from various sites like freshersworld,chetanas interview etc.
Know about the company's work culture and the TOP men in the hierarchy of the particular concern.
If you make this step right,then you are half way through..
There is no point in completing the R.S AGARWAL book,when the company doesn have such pattern in it.Remember R.S.AGARWAL APTITUDE is not your semester exam or your subject to memorise it.
2.COLLECTING THE EXPERIENCE AND INFO FROM SENIORS AND FRIENDS
It is the next important step in preparing for a campus placement programme. If the company has visited the college more than once, it is mandatory that ypu reach out to ur seniors and friends who had taken such programmes already. why this is necessary is because
1.They may provide info of the circumstances in which the interviews would be conducted
2.The info about some shortcuts ,tips etc
3. You can even gather some materials which they have which would be very useful.
3. COMMUNICATION SKILLS
Everybody including me have a great fear about communication skills. Dont ever try to use words which u r not familiar with. Good communication skills doesn mean that u should speak high frequency or high level words,Its just a free flow of simple words spoken boldly and with ur little cute smile.That would do.
For students ,who still feel that they have a huge fight with English grammar . I recommend to take the various levels of the course mentioned in the below link. This site in particular, helped and is still helping me to develop my English grammar even. Its free too.
For developing your english and speaking skills,the only advise from me is "start thinking in English rather than your mother tongue. Because your fluency would be hindered when it takes time to translate your thoughts (in mother tongue) to English. but when you start thinking in english, you can see your fluency improving. Its difficult .Give it a try atleast "
Aptitude skills never comes overnight .
As for me the easiest way is to " Start for your solutions from the choices given. I firmly believe that you can easily eliminate two of the choices with simply reading the question or with just a single step of working. Then it is just the probablity of 0.5 for the right answer. from where you can proceed easily ".
Be aware of unit systems where the scope of eliminating the wrong choices are maximum
The method of problem solving may vary from person to person.
As i mentioned earlier, go with previous years questions atleast 15 days b4 the day of interview.
My list of recommended books
1.Quick arithmetic - Aashish agarwal
2.quantitative aptitude- abhjit guha
4.ARUN SHARMA (especially for CAT)
The first question is obvious - "Tell me about yourself ?"
Be prepared for that by default. My suggestion would be
For technical interview - Dont boast about your abilities, strenghts,weaknesses etc. Since it is a tech. interview
1. start from ur family (never go deep in any interview)
2.ur school achievements.
3. college level achievements including Industrial visits, in-plant training,Projects etc
In all these above description ,say in the sense "That u have learned something out of the process and how your education helped you to tackle the situations successfully " for a technical interview
For a HR Interview
1.Repeat the same above process
But here Portray your various qualities. Convince the HR by saying that " Your so & so qualities helped you to come out of the situation successfully".
Qualities may be leadership,team player,positive attidue,keen learner,sharpness etc
This varies and depends on HR representatives. but I strongly recommend that one should b aware of practical technology that is present infront of them.
For ECE students - get into touch with working overview of present day technologies like 3g,bluetooth etc. and know how ur daily households like TV,RADIO etc works.
If u are not familiar with programs in C or C++. Be atleast prepared with basic progams and definitions. and even if you dont know the coding of program asked in interview. Without stumbling upon,convey the logic that can be used for that program. Many would appreciate,because knowing the logic is more imporatant.
All above these STAY COOL and POSITIVE.
There are lots of other things to convey,but i stop here and i thank 4 ur patience in reading my post.If you have any thoughts on the post,please make some time in dropping ur comments below.
you can browse through the blog, as it has some useful contents for preparing for an interview technically and non-technically.
If you are preparing especially for TCS. I have some materials that would be helpful. Click Here to Download the material.
*TCS may change the pattern anytime.so be careful.
ALL THE BEST.. and remember "Nothing is particularly hard if you divide it into small jobs."