Wednesday, 29 February 2012

Monday, 20 February 2012

Gopichand Bride's Father Suicide
It is known that Gopichand’s marriage that was supposed to happen on 24th of this monthgot cancelled.

Today, the bride’s father Rambabu, who is a businessman in Dilsukhnagar, Hyderabad committed suicide with the grief of cancellation of marriage.

Rambabu distributed the wedding cards of his daughter Haritha for many of his friends and relatives. He got upset when the marriage cancelled and finally committed suicide by consuming pesticide.

It is known that both Gopichand and Haritha (an MBA student in Australia) got engaged on 26th of January.

Saturday, 18 February 2012

Interview Questions List: Question regarding your skills

Interview Questions
Interview Questions
Interview Question Lists:  Question on your Skills

In an interview, the interviewer is trying to ascertain if you are fit for the job.  You need to show that you are skilled for the job.  Practice how you would answer these relatively basic questions regarding your skills.  Draw up a list if you need noting your strengths and weaknesses.  Make sure you highlight the important skills.

Frequently Asked Interview Questions Relating to Skills

  1. What experience do you have in the industry?
  2. What job and activities have you done that make you suitable for this position?
  3. What qualifications / competencies do you have for this job?
  4. What were your responsibilities at your last position?
  5. What are your major accomplishments or achievements in your last position?
  6. Have you had any other kind of training that would make you suitable for this position?
  7. Why should we hire you?
  8. Why do you want the job?
  9. What makes you different from the other candidates?
  10. What skills do you think are most critical for this job?   And how do your skills relate to this?

Group Discussion Interview Tips

Interview Tips
The Group Discussion interview

This is now the time to showcase yourself.   So what is that interview panels look for in a candidate in Group Discussions?   The following are the key traits that are being assessed in the Group Discussion:
Competence / General Knowledge / Subject Awareness
Thinking and Communication Ability
Leadership, Teamwork and Maturity

Topics for Group Discussion Interview

The topics are difficult because you are expected to be very aware of what is happening around you.    The issues will be chosen from a list of topics that are very relevant.  Remember, you are not expected to be an expert – but are expected to have a level of awareness that is above average.

Increasing your General Knowledge will come from watching news, reading magazines and being up-to-date on current happenings.   Spend time discussing these topics with friends and family.  If possible, create your own study group for discussing topics.
Preparation for Group Discussion Interviews will take some time, so it is suggested that you begin well in advance as this cannot be soaked in weeks.

Organize your thinking for a Group Discussion Interview

Pick any topic of current interest and use a framework so that it helps organize your thinking:

Organize the facts about the topic in your head
Think about 3 things that are positive about the topic
Think about 3 things that are negative about the topic
Think about what is your opinion about the topic, try to have a balanced view
Have  a summary of your point of view ready

Practice makes perfect a Group Discussion Interview

Practice your discussion out loud, if possible record it and play it back to yourself.  Video recording is best so that you can also analyze your body postures and other gestures.  Then Analyze, Analyze, Analyze.  Understand what you did well and what you did poorly.

If possible, practice with a discussion group and record it and play it back to yourself.  If you are practicing with a discussion group – always take feedback from the group to see how and where you can improve.

What if you nothing about the Topic for a Group Discussion Interview

First and foremost do not panic.  You have prepared well and this will help you.

First, listen very attentively to discussion for the first few minutes.  Take a moment to assess the information and then form your own opinion on the topic.  Your opinion does not need to be correct but it needs to be an opinion that is well formulated, logical and shows the panel how you think.  Try to add value to discussion and not just sum up or reinforce what others have said.

Rules for Group Discussion

There are no fixed rules for Group Discussion Interviews.  The following are some tips and guidelines to observe.   Participation is a must.  Now that must be obvious.   Guidelines say that you should try to make 3 -4 relevant points.  So aim for four relevant points.

You need to stand-out in the Group Interview.  Do not shout.  Try to come out as balanced and mature.  You need to grab the chance to speak whenever you get it.   Some points to remember:

Be assertive and make your points, while listening to others.  
Come across as a team player and engaging everyone in the discussion. 
Try to add value to the discussion, and not speak for the sake of speaking.
Look for breaks and lulls in the discussion to put your ideas across.

The Importance of Introductions in the Group Discussion

Listen very carefully to names and their introductions.  You could have to remember the names of more than five to six people.

Listen very carefully to the agenda and the topic of the discussion.  Also listen to the time allotted in the group discussion.

Try to position yourself so that you are able to make eye contact with all the members of the Group Discussion.

Displaying Teamwork and Leadership in a  Group Discussion Interview

You should be aware of in your group discussion if you are displaying Teamwork and Leadership.

Listening to others
Relating your ideas to what others are saying, or are your points totally unrelated
Not being too aggressive in presenting your ideas
How you handle conflict in the discussion
Do you work towards a final solution for the group

Are you able to convince other group members about your train of thought
Are you able to influence others
Does the discussion focus around topics that you have raised.

Don’ts  in a Group Discussion Interview

Never get drawn into an argument with any of the Group discussion members even if you disagree with them.

Don’t be overly cynical or opinionated but be prepared to state your arguments logically.

Look out for body language of the Group Discussion Members.  Also watch out for signals that you may be sending by your body language (rolling your eyes , not being attentive when others are speaking) .  Especially watch out if someone is turning away from you as this is a negative sign.

Do not ramble on and on, wrap up your point quickly.

Do not speak over someone else.  Let them finish their point.

Do not try to stutter and stammer.


Fresher’s…fresher’s…fresher’s……..! Do you think this as a problem? from now, this is not going to be a  problem anymore.
Everybody feel, fresher’s stage is the difficult stage to sustain in the present markets. because where ever we go to take up an opportunity generally we come across a renowned question-Do you have any experience? But according to me a fresher is a bright and clever, not dull or faded having the reinvigorated approach to work.
Everything is in the hands of an individual, in order to make his initial life colorful. Its all about your  approach to interviews. One has to be positive, convincing and self assured in the interview.
interview tips for freshers
interview tips for freshers
Following are some of the tips to crack interviews,
* Before going to an interview, Interviewee has to think from the interviewer point of view. With this one can have a rough idea regarding the expectations of the interviewer.
* Prepare a good resume, because it reflects the interviewee.
* Wear formal shirt( wear pleasant color shirts), trousers and shoes, if requires wear a tie. Wearing formal dress will give you a professional look. Which going to imbibe confidence in you.
* Be Punctual to the interview, this always makes a good impression.
* Carry all certificates related to academics and also extracurricular activities.
* Do Extensive research on the company. Well-informed is well begun. So show the initiative of knowing about the company and ask relevant questions to create a good impression of you being seriously interested in working for the company.
* You Should be confident on subject knowledge.
* Follow some of the essential etiquettes like, Knock before entering the interviewer’s cabin and ask for permission to enter. Generally one must wait to be asked to sit instead of going straight ahead and sitting. If you are carrying a bag, it should be kept on the floor beside your chair. Sit comfortably but with your back straight and hands on your lap.
* Create impression that you are dynamic in work, and open for learning. It is a very good sign for convincing the interviewer
* Ask relevant and focused questions to learn more about the company and the entry level job. This will prove your interest to the employer. And career opportunities with the company.
* Listen carefully and then answer, Don’t rush up with your answers even before the question is uttered fully. Listen carefully and Give answers with tension free mind you may even request clarification on the question if you really want.
* Try to be cool and calm,
* Do not discuss about the pay, unless the interviewer asks.
* During the interview the interviewee should put the smiling face as employers always like people with vibrant personalities. Give shake hand in a firm way. Also maintain eye to eye contact with the interviewers while talking. thank the interviewer when the process comes to an end.
Above are some of the tips to be followed for an effective interview. Apart from this you must prepare yourself beforehand for describing yourself in an interview. You can overcome your hesitation by practicing yourself to the employer while standing in front of a mirror.

Thursday, 16 February 2012

Online booking for Aakash tablet started @ 2500Rs Now!!!

version of Aakash tablet whether they are students or not.

DataWind, the Canadian company that is manufacturing Aakash, has started the online booking and prebooking of the much anticipated low cost Android tablet. Online bookingis for students' version of the tablet and pre booking is for UbiSlate 7, the upgraded version of Aakash.

Students' version of Aakash will be available for Rs 2,500 and will be delivered in seven days. The commercial version, UbiSlate 7 is priced at Rs 2,999. The payment mode for both the tablets is cash on delivery.

The commercial version of Aakash tablet will be powered by Android 2.3 and will have a resistive touchscreen, Cortex A8-700 MHz processor and graphics accelerator HD video processor, 256 MB of RAM and 2 GB of internal memory.
Other specifications are a one standard USB port, 3.5 mm audio jack, a 7 inch display with 800 x 480 pixel resolution, resistive touchscreen, GPRS and WiFi support.

"The improved version of Aakash tablet will be available in retail outlets by January end," a spokesperson of DataWind told The Mobile Indian.
The tablet was to be made available in retail stores by the end of November. "The delay in the availability of the tablet has been due to upgradation in the tablet and some unforeseen delay in manufacturing," the spokesperson said.

To book and prebook student and commercial versions respectively of Aakash tablet, users have to visit DataWind's website and fill up the required form. In case of booking they will get a booking ID and a message which will state, "You will shortly receive an email confirmation from our support team with further details."
In case of pre booking users will get a confirmation message which will state, "The commercial version of the Akash UbiSlate 7 would be launched in early weeks of December. After the commercial launch we would get in touch with you to deliver your device as soon possible."

Book ur Tablet from the below link

Add Ons

The tablet has a lot of accessory options as well. Car chargers and external antennas can be attached to it. A keyboard case can also be used. It has 2 USB ports and can also be used as a phone. The commercial version will also have an option of 3G. External 3G dongle is also supported. 


Processor: Connexant with Graphics accelerator & HD Video processor
Memory : 256MB RAM / Storage (Internal): 2GB Flash
Storage (External): 2GB to 32GB Supported
Peripherals: 2 Standard USB port
Audio out: 3.5mm jack / Audio in: 3.5mm jack
Display and Resolution: 7 display with 800x480 pixel resolution
OS: Android 2.2
Document Rendering
Supported Document formats: DOC, DOCX, PPT, PPTX, XLS, XLSX, ODT, ODP
PDF viewer, Text editor
Multimedia and Image Display
Image viewer supported formats: PNG, JPG, BMP and GIF
Supported audio formats: MP3, AAC, AC3, WAV, WMA
Supported video formats: MPEG2, MPEG4, AVI, FLV
Communication and Internet
Web browser - Standards Compliance: xHTML 1.1 compliant, JavaScript 1.8 compliant
Separate application for online YouTube video
Safety and other standards compliance
CE certification / RoHS certification