Archive for December 2016

10 Foolproof Ways To Make Your Interviewer Loath You

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In this essay we will present 10 gaffes ( behavioural goof ups) that ensures that you will will never again be contacted by your prospective employer. All those months of CV/resume building, practicing speeches in front of the mirror, will go down the drain, if you commit these glaring mistakes in front of your recruiter.

Why Do You Want To Work With Us? Find Out Below!

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‘’ So why do you want to join our company ?’’ The usual response to this particular question, ranges from bewilderment, to plain confusion. Some job seekers will at least attempt to string out some coherent words together, while the rare candidate will be able to provide a coherent, relevant and articulate answer. One of

Fast Track Your Career With Professional Certified Courses From Brainware

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If your degree is the cake, any relevant (industry specific) professional certification is simply put, the cherry or icing on top. If you are working in a highly demanding sector, which is skill based, then getting a relevant professional certification makes sense, as it gives a tangible proof of your skills. Professional certification helps you

Different Types Of Engineering

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Engineering is no doubt one of the most lucrative and in demand professions in the world. This is because every sector whether it is basic/core industries like iron & steel or consumer goods industry are in need of constant technical innovation, and this is where the engineers come in. The basic job of an engineer

How Not To Get Scammed Online During Trips : A Primer

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Your dream holiday can suddenly turn into a living nightmare if you are not on your guard. Ever since the World Wide Web or the internet has become the predominant force of the contemporary society, we have become more vulnerable to intrusion. If you are not careful, then you are basically setting yourself as sitting

Must Have Soft Skills For Engineering Graduates

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In a perfect world, an engineer works by himself, armed with his computer, and little magic bag of tools, he solves complex problems and makes the world an easier place for non engineers. But sadly engineers do have to work with people and cannot be confined in their engineering ivory tower. When you work with

A Guide to College Life as a First-Year Engineering Student

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A Guide to College Life as a First-Year Engineering Student     So you have finally managed to bag an admission to a standard engineering college. All over the world, especially in India, engineering was and still is considered as one of the most lucrative vocational courses and promising career option. An engineering graduate from

How to Improve Customer Service Skills


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Having sound/quality customer service skills is necessary, when you are running a business – especially a service oriented business. Ultimately the success and reputation of your business is completely dependant on the happiness and satisfaction of customers. If they are not happy with your products, if they nurse innumerable grievances towards your service, then your

How To Prepare For Interviews


How To Prepare For Interviews
Today we will discuss the various ways you can prepare for an interview. The interview is the final obstacle standing between you and your job. During the interview you do not only have to validate the information ( regarding your educational and professional qualifications), but you also have to sell yourself. An interview typically will

How To Improve Your Aptitude Skills :


As the campus placement season starts, thousands of engineering students with CV’s in their hands and stars in their eyes line up for recruitment. However, before they even face the interviewing panel, most of the engineering graduates are filtered out on the basis of aptitude evaluation tests. These days a lot many IT firms conduct