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  1. Some nonverbal ticks and how to correct them, finding balance is the key: Eye Contact- Eye contact is a double edged sword, too much will make you come off as aggressive and too little will make u seem disinterested. The trick is to maintain it in key moments of the interaction and look away when the situation is not so tense. If u leave the interview and you do not know the color of the interviewers eyes, then you have not maintained enough eye contact. Remember to look away at times as well. Eye Rolling - Eye rolling is never a good idea, people often toll their eyes when they disagree with someone or feel that the other person has said something dumb, the problem is they never know that they are doing it. It is important to have control over what your doing at all times. Posture - During an interview, you need to sit up straight – not so straight that your stiff like a surfboard – by doing this you appear interested in the conversation you are having with the person. Slouching gives the exact opposite impression. Hand Shakes - A hand shake can give the employer a good or bad impression just like eye contact, a firm grip can give the impression of confidence but you don't want to break bones either. Tapping- You may not do it on purpose, but tapping your feet or fingers can give the impression that you are restless and have something better to do. Some easy ways to practice your body language are by videotaping yourself, this shows all your ticks and often what us see might embarrass you. Working with a friend is also a good way to realize your mistakes, a friend can always remind you when you are doing something wrong. Remember body language is a tell tale sign of what is under the surface.
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    6P's to approach your Interview

    It is extremely essential that you are well prepared for an interview. These are six easy pointers to a successful interview in ‘6 Ps’. These are broadly identified for simple recollection and are not exhaustive. However, every interview is a step towards getting closer to the ultimate goal, which is the offer letter. So do keep in mind the following while you are gearing up for an interview. Punctuality is the first perception the interviewer gets about the candidate. - Come to the venue a good fifteen minutes before the scheduled time. - Take sometime off to go through your resume once again and also the company profile. Presentation of oneself is of prime importance though many may not be aware. - As you may not be aware of the company’s dress code, wear smart formals in which you are comfortable. - Do not use too strong a deodorant or perfume. - Be well groomed. Look at yourself from head to toe and step out only if you feel totally satisfied. - Stand straight, relaxed and with a slight smile. Preface is crucial. So do be cordial while introducing yourself. - Firstly, introduce yourself with your name and make sure your eyes meet that of the interviewer. This reflects your confidence. - Shake a hand with the interviewer and be sure to be firm while doing so. Preparation by equipping yourself with relevant information about the company in which you are attending the interview is crucial. - Be specific, interviewers are generally looking out for statistics and revenue numbers. - Make sure you are also well aware of your current company’s specifics as well. - Having competitor information is a definite plus point and shows that your knowledge of the industry as a whole is well aligned. - Don’t sound brash while showcasing your knowledge. Proficiency at an interview is derived from practice or rehearsals before the interview. - Try mock interviews with a friend or you could also use the mirror as a substitute. - These rehearsals help instill a good amount of confidence and dramatically reduce the chances of you being nervous. - Always know your strengths and weaknesses and be sure to back it up with adequate instances. - Never bring out a situation where you have failed. Always speak of challenges for which creative solutions were found. - Be aware that your interviewer will be very interested to know about how well your action/reactions would have induced a situation or the outcome itself. - Do not make up scenarios; you could be against a wall with a small slip. Phraseology of the body or more commonly ‘body language’ plays an important role while facing interviews as much as verbal communication if not more. One’s body language must communicate attentiveness, enthusiasm and confidence. - Make eye contact and periodically break away. Do not look at the floor. - While sitting in your chair sit straight, leaning might convey lethargy. An upright posture exudes confidence. - Always be positive about the way you deliver and the content of your conversation. - Avoid using movements that takes the interviewer’s attention away from your face. - Do not move your hands wildly or keep them behind your head or reclining on your chair. The above mentioned ‘Ps’ are just a few pointers on how you could make better the interview experience better for yourself. It helps you proactively prepare yourself to make a positive impression upon your interviewer. However, there is no substitute for relevant experience, expertise and domain knowledge. So equip yourself for questions on these spheres which will ultimately determine the outcome of the interview.
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    Got Job in Cybernet - Slash Support

    Hello my dear Friends , To Start with , My name is Sathish Ganesh .I m a Mech engg student . During my college days , I got placed in Infosys Technologies Limited. But due to the Health continued , I couldnt continue over there. I came from there , then I pursued my course in NIIT (i.e) C# and SQL SERVER 2005 . Some of the IT Companies that I went are as Follows which were arranged by NIIT 1.Calsoft : There were 2 Rounds . Round 1 : Aptitude.(I got Rejected ) since there were Negative marking that I dont know because of Unpunctual.So Please be PUNCTUAL Round 2 : Technical and Personal Interview 2.Teminos : There were four rounds I suppose and I got rejected in 2nd round. Round 1 : Aptitude . Round 2 : Group Discussion. 3.Aspire Systems : There were four rounds and I was not selected in the fourth round Round 1 : Aptitude Round 2 : Technical Interview - 1 Round 3 : Technical Interview - 2 Round 4 : Personal Interview Some of the IT companies that I went as a Walk-In : 4.SyncFusion : There were four rounds : Round 1 : Aptitude. Round 2 : Group Discussion . Round 3 and 4 : Technical and Personal HR( Didn't Got Selected) 5.Global Analytics Solution Limited : There were 3 rounds. Round 1 : Aptitude (Negative marking was there) Round 2 : On-Hands Programming ( I didn't got selected since the questions were quite tough) Round 3 : Technical Interview and Personal HR 6.FireStream WorldWide Inc: Round 1 : Aptitude ( Negative marking was there) Round 2 : Technical ( Written ) Round 3 : Technical and Personal Interview ( Not selected due to little bit of stammer) Some of the BPO Companies that I went are as Follows : 1.Allsec Technologies Ltd : Round 1 : Personal Interview ( The HR said that they are recruiting for domestic voice process) 2.Intelent Global Solution Ltd : ( Located in Ascendas Tech Park) Round 1 : Personal Interview ( Because of little bit of stammer I couldn't got selected) 3.HOV Services: Round 1: Personal Interview.(I got selected but the job profile was so easy and not upto my Education bcoz it was a date entry job.) 4.Quscient Technologies : (Located in Tidal park) Round 1: Personal Interview( I got selected but the job profile was not upto my education.) 5.Ajuba:(Kilpauk) Round 1 : Personal Interview ( Because of little bit of stammer I couldn't got selected) 6.CitiGroup Global Solutions : (Non Voice Process - Customer Support) - Near Spencer's Plaza Round 1 : Aptitude Round 2 : Comprehension Round which was quite easy Round 3 : Ex - Tempo ( We have to speak out in the some topic that HR gives us - but not like Group Discussion) Round 4 : Essay Writing ( They will expect more of english skills and more grammar) Round 5 : Operational Manager Round ( Interview with the Operational Manager - Be prepared of it.. Quite easy ) Round 6 : Personal Interview Round. Round 4 was quite tough for me since I was'nt prepared for it and obviously didn't got selected Important : Please be prepared while going for CitiGroup Interview. 7.Examplerr World Wide (RR InfoTech) - Process Assosiate - Non Voice Round 1 : Personal Interview Round 2 : Personal Interview - 2. I didn't got selected since my House is too far from Examplerr 8.Cybernet Slash Support : ( Voice Process) Round 1 : Personal Interview ( Because of little bit of stammer I couldn't got selected) 9.Cybernet Slash Support : ( Voice process) I attended it on the Job fair conducted ) Round 1 : Personal interview Round 2 : Technical and Personal Interview ( Didn't got selected since I was not sure of the Technical aspects) 10.Cybernet Slash Support : (Technical Support Engg - ( NON - VOICE ) ) Finally I got selected in Slash Support this time and Interview was conducted in Alwarpet. Interview Rounds were as follows. Round 1 : Personal Interview. Round 2 : English grammer and E-mail Scenario ( Online Test) Round 3 : Aptitude ( Online Test) Round 4 : Computer Skills and basics ( Online Test) Round 5 : Customer Skill Round (ie) they give us a piece of check list and we have to tick what we think( Quite Easy) Round 6 : Personal Interview for telling that you are selected. Some tips to succeed: --> Hint 1 : Please don't loose hope on you. --> Hint 2 : Keep on practicing the Aptitude skills and Technical Skills. --> Hint 3 : Keep on updating yourself and should be able to answer any question at any point of time . You don't know when opportunity knocks your door --> Hint 4 : While applying for companies via Job Sites Better apply directly to HR mail id mentioned. Its Better !!!!!! --> Hint 5 : Always Believe in God and he will definitely help you. Please Be confident .... Please dont hesitate to ask me via mail or orkut . For more Info you can contact me : E-Mail id : sathish.saga1986@gmail.com Orkut id : My profile If you feel lonely and if your loosing your hope , please check this link. God is there >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>MY BEST WISHES TO ALL<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<< Thanks and Regards, SAGAME
  4. Dear Sir/Mam, This is Sathish Ganesh.T.I have completed my MECHANICAL engg degree from reputed College with an aggregate of about 72% during the year 2007.I have pursued my .NET and SQL SERVER 2005 course in NIIT and got a certificate from them.I have worked for comtech systems for 6 Months as aSoftware Developer from April 2008 to Sept 2008.Now I m currrently Speaking employement in IT industry. Can you please help me in this... I m hoping here to get a good response from you. Thanks and Regads, Sathish Ganesh.T (sathish.saga1986@gmail.com)
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