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Keys to Interview Preparation - Things to Do

Keys to Interview Preparation
In recent years so much has been studied and written about effective selling and marketing that one could say that what had been the art of selling a new science. The interviewing tips that follow are based on the principles of effective salesmanship. Naturally some will be more applicable in your particular situation than others. The purpose of this tips is to help you prepare advance for every interview. They are intended to help you orient yourself ahead of time as to what it is you have to sell as well as how you hope to make the sale.
Things to do Decent dress-up is a must. Wear neat and clean clothes.Always wear deep colour pant and light (preferably single) colour shirt.Wear black shoes.Wear tie and a coat, according to the post applied for.Shave well.Hair should be simple.Maintain a moderate smiling face-That is, smile, it costs nothing. It’s a big asset.Read the major news items of the day.Have a clear cut idea the job applied for.Show enthusiasm a…

How to Face a Job Interview? - Basic tips for a Job Interview

How to face a job interview?(Basics tips for a job interview)

Highlights: 1.Basics 2.Why do you want to leave your current position? 3.What were your grades in school? 4.What are your salary expectations? 5.What is your greatest weakness?
This article reveals the right answer to virtually every tough job interview questions and situation – helps you a give a command performance and land the job of your dreams at the pay and benefits you want.
There you are, your palms are sweaty, your voice is shaky and you’re being grilled by a job interviewer. He is throwing questions at you left and right and you are try your best to answer them. But the reactions on his face let off he’s not entirely impressed with you.
Stammering, Nervous, Anxious, Shaky voice, Here is the antidote....
History says, Napoleon used to to win all battles in his tent because he has done all the planning the night before the battle was joined, so that every contingency could be adequately covered.
Interview preparation is exactl…

How to Write a Better Bio-Data?

How to Prepare a Better Bio-Data?
Content: - Introduction - How much information should a C.V. contain? - What style should I use?
In good English, a bio data is a sort of ‘curriculum vitae’ (C.V.). It is a brief account of one’s career. It may be either academic career or professional career.
Thus, a bio-data can be better discussed into two broad sub-heads. The first one is academic bio-data or fresher’s C.V. Another one is professional bio-data or C.V. of an experienced person in a particular field of activity.
It is very easy to prepare a fresher’s bio-data. But people do generally get puzzled in projecting themselves as super, dynamic and result-oriented professional executive through their respective C.V.s.
It is customary to draw a ‘silverline’ in preparing an ‘attractive’ and ‘appealing’ bio-data in both cases. It will be sent to an unknown (something Known) reader and many have to compete with hundreds of other C.V.s. The fact that your C.V. will be one among many should not put …

Competitive Exam - Tips and Concepts to solve Reasoning Questions

Tips and Concept to solve Reasoning Question in Competitive Exams(Basics Things to Remember )
Content: (i) Introduction (ii) What is coding? (iii) What is Decoding? (iv) Types of Coding (v) Important Concepts & Tricks
Coding and Decoding forms a dedicated part of the reasoning sections in various competitive exams. The level of questions are differs in all exams. In SSC, the questions are medium while in SBI or IBPS exams, the questions are difficult to solve. Here are the some Important concepts and Tricks on coding which are used most commonly in competitive exams. Let us first know the definitions-
What is coding? It is the process of converting a piece of information into another form of representation through signals. Hence, it is the sending a data from one person to another person in such a way that only sender and receiver can understand its meaning without understanding by a third person.
What is decoding? The encoding of a message is the production of the message. It is a s…

Entrance Exam after Class 12th- Courses After 12th Science, Arts and Commerce

Courses & Entrance Exam After Class 12th.
After passing out class 12, students have to decide on their further studies on the basis of their interest. There are many career many other career prospective entrance exams to appear for. This page provides information to students who are looking for entrance exams after class 12th for Science, Arts and commerce stream.

For Science Student:

For Higher Studies:


NEET ( National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test )- For admission to MBBS / BDSCourse Duration: 4.5 years Academic education + 1 year mandatory internship
Eligibility: Class 12 (Passed/appeared)- PCB(subjects)
Application Mode: Online

National Level Medical Entrance Exams (a) AIIMS (All India Institute of Medical Science)- for details courses visit
(b) CMC-Vellore (Christian Medical College)- for more details visit
(c) Manipal- course-MBBS

JEE (Main and Advanced)- Joint Entrance ExaminationJEE (Main)-

Interesting Facts and Basic Information about India for Competitive Exam

Basic Information and Interesting Facts about India Things Every Indian Should Know
India is country located in southern Asia with over 1.3 billion people, India is the most populous democracy in the world. It is federal constitutional republic governed under a parliamentary system. It has a lot of diversity in language, customs, traditions and many other things.

Motto: “Satyameva Jayate” (Sanskrit) - “Truth Alone Triumphs”

Anthem: “Jaya Gana Mana” – “Thou Art the Ruler of the Minds of All People
Lyrics and Music: Rabrindranath Tagore Adopted:24 January 1950 and it was first publicly sung on 27 December 1911 at the Kolkata Session of the Indian National Congress.
National Song: “Vande Mataram” – “ I Bow to thee, MotherLyrics: Bankim Chandra Chattopadhaya Music: Jadunath Bhattacharya Adopted: 24 January 1950
Important facts about India:  Area:      Total:                      3,287,263 km2Water:                   9.6% Longitudinal extent:      68°7’ East to 97°25 EastLatitudinal extent:���������…

SSC, Banks Preparation Strategy And Tips for Reasoning Ability

Preparation Strategy For Reasoning Ability
Reasoning is a technique or a science of thinking logically and broadly because it enhances the power of thinking as well as interpreting on a particular situation. In other words we can say that it is medium of measuring the ability to thinking logically on situation. Hence, Reasoning is the set of processes that enables us to go beyond the information given.
Reasoning ability is something that you mind actually thinks why, what and how. It is the ability to take inputs from 5 sensory organs process the data and give the relative solution. The only way to test reasoning ability is taking part in problem solving and checking the time taken for the solving problem. Less time consumed during solving a problem can lead you to higher ranking.
Reasoning is necessary to be able to make decisions based on factual nature of the situation and not just an emotional response. But in competitive examination Reasoning plays a  vital role in enhan…

SSC, Banks Praparation Strategy and Tips for English Language

Preparation Strategy For English Language.
The question paper of English will be designed to test your knowledge of English grammar, vocabulary and your ability to understand things in the given context. Your knowledge and ability would be tested through questions based on Grammar, Rearrangement, Fillers, Comprehension etc. Here are some key points and tips for solving these questions and preparing the subject of English. Learn the rules of grammar and practice as much as you can. As you know more practice gives more better result. Enrich and enhance your vocabulary. This will help you in solving various types of questions.Never use your own opinion, real world things, universal facts etc. while solving questions based on comprehensions. The sentence we use in our day to life are informal and have mistakes. So, never imagine those sentence during solving these type questions.While solving the questions of rearrangement you must use your common sens…