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  1. BELIVE IN YOU BELIVE THE HARDWORK-U'LL GET SUCCESS

    Here is a career advice for you to make your career successfully. Candidates need to take inspiration from this story of Michael Phelps as there are lots of things that you need to know like swimming at a maximum speed for winning the gold medal stand while playing the national anthem and being affectionate towards his family is the actual attraction over here. Let us see what you can learn from the career by helping us in our own. Use your skills : For instance if you consider the great swimmer Michael Phelps he has been gifted with a perfect body for swimmers, like his ideal torso, body and arm length etc. Similarly, if you have some skills you need to understand the fact that choose such a field where you can use your natural skill to flourish. If you are analytical then you can choose the field accordingly, if you are good in accounts then you can use it for banking.
  2. Here is a career advice for you to make your career successfully. Candidates need to take inspiration from this story of Michael Phelps as there are lots of things that you need to know like swimming at a maximum speed for winning the gold medal stand while playing the national anthem and being affectionate towards his family is the actual attraction over here. Let us see what you can learn from the career by helping us in our own. Use your skills : For instance if you consider the great swimmer Michael Phelps he has been gifted with a perfect body for swimmers, like his ideal torso, body and arm length etc. Similarly, if you have some skills you need to understand the fact that choose such a field where you can use your natural skill to flourish. If you are analytical then you can choose the field accordingly, if you are good in accounts then you can use it for banking.
  3. recruiters always try to manipulate you in the interviews. so you should be very careful when you answer this question. be honest, it is very important. but that doesn’t mean you should give blant answers like ‘i want to make more money’ or ‘I want a job.’ They want you to be strategic in your answers. Be honest but be strategic. You know that the company is recruiting for a reason. make them realize or believe that you are the one who can fulfill their requirement because you have the relevant skills and you’re good at it. Plus, for an extra effect, you can say, “I have always wanted to work for the best. So I am here. Don’t you believe so?” hope it helps
  4. Practice before Interview

    Consultation is one of the biggest areas of interest for outstanding, job-hunting graduates and with the availabilities of variety in work and locations, and now the top consulting firms has started some real tough screening interviews. If you are interested to find a job in consulting, then this blog will definitely help you. Here are 4 hints on how to take an approach to the case studies. 1. Find out what sort of exercise you were given Just sort in your brain and you will know how to answer it best. Also, you need to understand what your interviewer is expecting you to demonstrate. You might be given a brain teaser, an exercise to make estimations or an analysis based study. Go prepared with a few basic macroeconomic details that you can use (like the population totals for the world), and think your way via the problem in stages. Read more at : Tips And Strategy For Case Study Interviews
  5. Tips on Interrogative Sentences

    An Interrogative is a type of sentence which usually asks a question or requests information and ends with a question mark (?). An interrogative sentence usually begins with: a) A question word such as what, who, where, which or how. Example: What is your name? b) An auxiliary verb such as do/does, can or would. Example: Do you speak English? Formation of Interrogative Sentences 1. From an assertive sentence in the simple present tense: Do (for I, You and Plurals)/Does (Singular) + subject + present tense form of the verb. Meera sings a song. (Assertive) Does Meera sing a song? (Interrogative) 2. From an affirmative sentence that contains the auxiliaries is, am, are, has or have, can, may, will, shall etc, the interrogative sentence will begin with these words. She is a doctor. (Affirmative) Is she a doctor? (Interrogative) 3. If the interrogative sentence is in the negative, we begin it with do not or does not. Example: Don’t you want to come with us? Types of Interrogatives: 1. Yes/No interrogatives are questions that can be answered with a yes or a no response. Example: Are you ready to go? (Yes I am ready to go) Did you go to the game Friday night? 2. Alternative interrogatives are questions that provide for two or more alternative answers. Example:Would you prefer chocolate or vanilla ice cream? Should I call or email you? 3. Wh-interrogative sentences begin with a wh-word and call for an open-ended answer. They begin with what, when, where, who, whom, which, whose, why and how. The answer can be a simple response or complex explanation. Example: What are you doing? Which songs do you like best? 4. Tag questions are questions attached or tagged onto the ending of a declarative statement. They transform a declarative sentence into an interrogative sentence. Example: You live in the city, don’t you? We need to get going now, don’t we? Tips on using Interrogatives: Tip 1: Direct & Indirect Interrogative Direct questions normally use inverted word order (verb before subject) and end with a question mark. Example: When is she coming for dinner? Indirect questions normally do not use inverted word order and do not end with a question mark. Example: I wonder when she is coming for dinner. An indirect question can form part of an interrogative sentence. Example: Can you tell me what material she likes? (Direct-question version: What material does she like?) Tip 2: Interrogative with Auxiliary Verb If the verb is an auxiliary verb, the interrogative is formed without the auxiliary do/does/did: Is Brinda in his office? (Brinda is in office) Can I talk to you? If the verb is 'normal', the interrogative is formed with the auxiliary do/does/did. After an auxiliary verb, the verb is added in the infinitive without to: Do you like that album? Did she see the movie? In both cases, the sentence is formed by inverting the first auxiliary verb: She is writing. -> Is she writing? Note: The 'normal' verb to do is also conjugated with the auxiliary do/does/did: Did you do it? Tip 3: W-H Interrogative Form Wh-questions: wh- + an auxiliary verb (be, do or have) + subject + main verb When are you leaving? wh- + a modal verb + subject + main verb: What has she done now? When what, who, which or whose is the subject or part of the subject, we do not use the auxiliary. We use the word order subject + verb: Who wants an ice cream? Who doesn’t want an ice cream? Tip 4: How ‘How’ can be used to form questions in many different ways. 1. Used by itself to mean "in what way". How do you start the car? How quickly can you drive the car? Tip 5: What, Which 1. What, which: are used to ask questions about people or objects and in most cases can be replaced by each other. 2. Which: is used to ask about a fixed/limited number of things/people or when the options are visible or known to the speaker. 3. Which flavor of ice cream do you want? (The speaker knows about the choices offered or available) Tip 6: Who, Whom, Whose Who: is used to refer to the subject of a sentence, i.e., subject pronoun like "he," "she" and "we" a) I see you. Who sees you? Whom: refers to the object and object pronoun like "him," "her" and "us." a) I see you.
  6. I’d just be honest. What type of job search are you in? Active? Passive? Often when a Recruiter asks “what other companies are you talking to?”, people freak out and panic and feel threatened. The reality is 90% of the time I ask, I just want to know one thing: Does the job we’re discussing seem to fit what you’re looking for overall? Will you be happy in the job, etc. If you’re very passive and not looking at many opportunities, I’d say something like this: “I’m not in an active search but I’m quietly looking around and I feel ready to make a change when the right opportunities comes up”. Just be prepared to describe what that right opportunity looks like for you. If you’re actively searching, tell them “Yes, I’m in an active job search as we speak but my priority is to find the best-fitting position, so I’m conducting a careful search and being sure to evaluate everything carefully.” (so you don’t sound desperate. Hopefully this makes sense. Hard to give more advice without knowing your specific situation or if there’s something you’re trying to hide or not share. Let me know if you have any questions.
  7. 1. Verbal test with analogies, spot the grammatical error, and some other fun word questions. This is by far the easiest section. 2 A Quantitative aptitude test with word problems dealing in logic and reasoning. 3. english vocabulary and logical reasoning and general knowledge is also a important skill that is required. these are the important aspects that are test during preliminary. For career related all updates stay connect with : career advice that will really help you
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  9. How to crack your first job interview?

    The way an interview happens, depend on 3 factors: your resume, the interviewer and their nature, and you. We wonder what could an interviewer expects from a candidate. But we can never know how we suit to a position or not. But can we mold yourself to that image? If yes, next question is how? Here we list some tips for you: 1) Research: Get a quick idea about the company website won’t tell you sufficiently about the company you are interviewing with. Your specific role needs some research as well. You need to find why the hiring is on, so you need to check the company profile and staff list. Find out what they do and how they face challenges in their industry. Find out how they meet the challenges and solve those problems and mention them on the desk in front of them. 2) Rehearse: A proper rehearsal is a must! You can rehearse in front of a friend or before a mirror. You should practice the answers and your body language as well. You have to show openness and honesty while appearing welcoming and friendly. Read more at: The Best Way To Nail A Job Interview
  10. Interview questions come in various forms and types. So in today’s blog on career advice, we shall help you with tips to find useful during interviews. Preparing for an interview is really a difficult task. Because you won’t be able to go with all answers as you don’t know what could be the possible questions. But the best thing is that almost every interview question could be classified. Here we mention five common types of interview questions with tips: General interview questions : What are they? They form the basis of almost every other question. They are asked to put the ball in your court. When are they asked? They come up in almost every interview. How to answer them: here you need your skills, experience, and personality that could match up with what the employer is looking for. The worst thing you might do: Tell your life story which is unnecessary. Example of Questions: • Tell about yourself • Tell about your weaknesses? • Why there is a gap in work history? • Why you applied for this position? Career goal questions : What are they? They are asked to know where you are in your professional life, and what your future plans are.
  11. It is never easy to change careers and it usually takes a certain amount of time to achieve it, but it is not impossible. Below are some ways that can help you achieve your goal: Apply for jobs and get feedback to know what you need to do to get into those industries Talk to head hunters Take evening classes and get a certificate in sales / business management / marketing Take free MOOC classes on ...
  12. How can i apply in comp for internship

    Are you looking for careers in engineering? Be it engineering or any other field, the phase you spend as an intern matter a lot. To know how to make the best use of your internship phase, keep reading this blog at career advice. Internship phase helps you earn a good learning experience. You need to enter your chosen industry, and either you have to work towards the future job you want, or decide that it’s not for you at all. But one thing essential then is networking or building good work relationship then. Here we share 4 strategies which can help you as an intern to get a good network and continue with it. 1. Attend company events: Company events might appear boring, but they also have two things along with 1) (often) free food and 2) people assemble at one place. So if the company where you are an intern is organizing any kind of group event which is open to employees, you must go, even if it’s not mandatory. Go, eat and chat with people from various departments.
  13. Is there any internship oppurtunities for me

    Career Advice To Get The Most From Your Internship Are you looking for career in engineering? Be it engineering or any other field, the phase you spend as an intern matter a lot. To know how to make the best use of your internship phase, keep reading this blog at career advice internship phase helps you earn a good learning experience. You need to enter your chosen industry, and either you have to work towards the future job you want, or decide that it’s not for you at all. But one thing essential then is networking or building good work relationship then. Here we share strategies which can help you as an intern to get a good network and continue with it. Attend company events: Company events might appear boring, but they also have two things along with 1) (often) free food and 2) people assemble at one place. So if the company where you are an intern is organizing any kind of group event which is open to employees, you must go, even if it’s not mandatory. Go, eat and chat with people from various departments.
  14. Tips On How To Get Good Internship Oppurtunities

    Are you looking for careers in engineering? Be it engineering or any other field, the phase you spend as an intern matter a lot. To know how to make the best use of your internship phase, keep reading this blog at career advice. Internship phase helps you earn a good learning experience. You need to enter your chosen industry, and either you have to work towards the future job you want, or decide that it’s not for you at all. But one thing essential then is networking or building good work relationship then. Here we share 4 strategies which can help you as an intern to get a good network and continue with it.
  15. How to Write a Job Description

    - Be honest and be nice. - Don't google 'job description' - write it on your own. - If adding images, use your own, even when they're sort of crappy (team members, offices). Just don't use boring imagebank photos.- Make it easy for the talent to apply, only ask for the necessary contact information in the first step.- Finally - what does the job ad say about your company? Are you fresh or oldschool, are you a corporate or a startup, are you prepared to 'give' or only want to 'take' ...? Good luck