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  1. amitprs2003

    pl anyone teell for tis question

    Excerpt from WIKIPEDIA http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Professional Main criteria for professional include the following: 1. A professional is a person that is paid for what they do. Qualifications have little to do with being a professional as the world's "oldest profession" is strictly a monetary gain career. An amateur maybe more qualified than a professional but they are not paid, thus they are an amateur. 2. Expert and specialized knowledge in field which one is practicing professionally. 3. Excellent manual/practical and literary skills in relation to profession. 4. High quality work in (examples): creations, products, services, presentations, consultancy, primary/other research, administrative, marketing or other work endeavors. 5. A high standard of professional ethics, behavior and work activities while carrying out one's profession (as an employee, self-employed person, career, enterprise, business, company, or partnership/associate/colleague, etc.). The professional owes a higher duty to a client, often a privilege of confidentiality, as well as a duty not to abandon the client just because he or she may not be able to pay or remunerate the professional. Often the professional is required to put the interest of the client ahead of his own interests. 6. Reasonable work morale and motivation. Having interest and desire to do a job well as holding positive attitude towards the profession are important elements in attaining a high level of professionalism. 7. Participating for gain or livelihood in an activity or field of endeavor often engaged in by amateurs b : having a particular profession as a permanent career c : engaged in by persons receiving financial return 8. Appropriate treatment of relationships with colleagues. Special respect should be demonstrated to special people and interns. An example must be set to perpetuate the attitude of one's business without doing it harm. 9. Professional Attire – Including but not limited to, dress slacks, long-sleeve button down shirt, tie, dress shoes, etc. 10. A professional is an expert who is master in a specific field.
  2. amitprs2003

    Wipro HR question

    The Wipro's core concept of "Applying Thought" (Wipro is process oriented + thinks for you) signifies being ahead of time. This concept is based on four values that would provide critical benefits to end users – human values, integrity, innovative solutions and value for money. The core of sensitivity lies in being committed towards these four values. The basic expectation is to understand customer needs, think for the customer's well being, innovating all the time (think out-of-the-box), continuous endeavor to do better than last time and always act to establish the foremost standards of honesty and fairness.
  3. Matchmaking has always been dicey. More so when it involves connecting the right person to the right job. The Internet was supposed to simplify this but in spite of plethora of Job sites, still job seekers are not able to utilize online job search effectively. This is the reason why we hear from many disappointed job seekers that they are not getting any interview calls from job sites, or they have created profiles for Software job but they are getting calls for Marketing jobs, etc. This article is to highlight the various sections and features available on Naukri.com that help you manage your job search better. So now with a few simple guidelines though, it will be possible to dramatically improve your chances of getting hired through Naukri.com. Please note that the fields mentioned below with "*" are supposed to be important fields from resume selection (by recruiter) point of view. Profile Sections: 1. Contact Details: *Name:XX *Email Address: testnaukri@rediffmail.com Country:INDIA Current Location:Chennai Phone:Not Mentioned (Don't neglect this. If you have any land line no., mention it.) *Mobile:9999999999 2. Experience Summary: Considering volume of resumes posted on job sites, Recruiters first look for minimum qualifying criteria in any resume. So this section becomes very important for a job seeker to highlights his/her experience, key qualifications and skills. For Experienced *Total Experience: 2 Years 10 Months *Annual Salary: X Lacs Y Thousands (INR) *Functional Area: IT Software - System Programming *Role: Software Developer Industry: IT-Software/Software Services *Key Skills: C, C++, VC++, MFC, COM, SDK, Win32 API, ATL, STL, Active X, MultiThreading, Socket Programming,... *Resume Headline: MCA with around 3 years of exp in VC++, MFC, COM,... *Summary: - Around 3 years of experience as Software Engineer with expertise in VC++, MFC, ATL, COM, Socket Programming. - M.C.A., M.C.P. (Microsoft Certified Professional). - Strong knowledge of Object Oriented Analysis and Design (OOAD). Experience in various phases of software development including analysis, design, development, unit testing, implementation and production support etc. For Fresher *Total Experience: Fresher *Functional Area: IT Software - Client Server (This can be decided based on your strong area or ideally on final year project) *Role: Fresher Industry: IT-Software/Software Services *Key Skills: C, C++, C#, VB.Net, ASP.Net, SQL Server 2005,... *Resume Headline: B. Tech (CS&E) from U.P.T.U. with 70 % marks, having 6 months of trainee exp in .Net Technologies... *Summary: - B. Tech (CS&E) with 70 % marks from Uttar Pradesh Technical University. - 6 months of trainee exp in .Net Technologies (C#, VB.Net, SQL Server 2005) as part of academic project at XYZ Pvt Ltd, Gurgaon. - High motivation level, a self-starter, with good analytical and communication skills. 3. Attached Resume: This section allows you to upload your Resume in doc format with size limit 150 KB. If your resume is large, then there is a option to copy and paste resume in provided box. Ideally you should upload a resume because upload takes care of alignment, if less formatting. 4. Education: *Qualification: B.Sc Full Time *Specialization: Computers University: Delhi University *Year: 2002 *PG Qualification: MCA Part Time *Specialization: Computers University: IGNOU *Year: 2005 ... Diploma Courses: - One Year Advance Course in .Net Technologies from NIIT. - Certificate In Computing (CIC) from IGNOU ... 5. Employment Details: This section ask you to provide details of Current, Previous and Other Employer (if any). For Experienced *Current Employer: XYZ Security Solutions Pvt Ltd., Chennai *Designation: Software Engineer *Duration: Jul 2008 To Present *Job Profile: - Worked as the developer to analyze, design, build, test, implement and maintain software. Same will be applicable for Previous and Other Employers. For Fresher This is the section where I personally feel that fresher need to do bit manipulation to show recruiter some experience/practical-knowledge as well as making resume more complete (which will be reflected in My Naukri Home Page, Profile completeness should be approaching to 100% there for both fresher/experienced). Here I would prefer to put Six months academic Project work in Other Employer section. Those who haven't done their academic project in any company/industry, should not be difficult for them to get any company name. *Other Employer Name: XYZ Pvt Ltd, Gurgaon *Duration: Jul 2008 To Dec 2008 *Designation: Software Trainee *Job Profile: This work was done as part of MCA curriculum project. - Worked as the trainee developer to analyze, design, build, and test the software. The candidates who have done two academic projects e.g. part of BCA, MCA, they can mention both projects under Other Employer section. But it should also be clearly mentioned that these are academic projects. 6. Project Details: For Experienced, this section should be easy to fill mentioning their industry projects, academic project and other projects (if any). For Fresher, again I feel it requires manipulation. They should mention their 2-3 academic projects (e.g. including 6 months or short term like 15 days projects) here. The part time students (like students of MCA from IGNOU) more easily can show their academic project (done in any industry/company) as well as 1-2 project done in any institute (like NIIT/IIHT/CMC/APTECH/UPTEC/UPDESCO etc). The only concern here is that these projects and the work done should be justifiable when asked by recruiter. However the good news is that if recruiter is looking for some technical knowledge in you and he finds that thru your project & work explanation, he will be least interested to find your industry/institute is real or fake. *Client Name: Project as part of MCA... Duration: From Apr 2007 To May 2007 7. *IT Skills: For Experienced (Starting from major & current skills, list down all technical skills) Skill | Last Used | Experience VC++| 2009 | 02 Yrs 10 Mths MFC | 2009 | 02 Yrs 10 Mths ATL | 2008 | 01 Yrs 04 Mths ... For Fresher (Starting from major skills (skills used in final yr project can be counted first), list down all technical skills) Skill | Last Used | Experience C#| 2008 | 00 Yrs 06 Mths ASP.Net | 2008 | 00 Yrs 06 Mths SQL2K5 | 2008 | 00 Yrs 06 Mths ... For Non-IT Fresher/Experienced (Starting from major skills (computer skills learned in any institute can be counted first), list down all technical skills) Skill | Last Used | Experience Microsoft Office| 2009 | 00 Yrs 06 Mths (this time period can be based on course duration) Other (Tally) | 2009 | 01 Yrs 00 Mths Other (DOS) | 2007 | 00 Yrs 06 Mths Other (Internet) | 2007 | 00 Yrs 06 Mths ... 8. Desired Job Details: In this section I feel you need to be more flexible to maximize your interview calls. Later it can be based on choice, once you get the call and know job details. *Preferred Location: No preference Job Type: Either (Permanent / Temporary) (select Either) Employment Status: Full Time, Part Time (check both) 9. Others: Languages Known *English: Expert (Read, Write, Speak) Hindi: Expert (Read, Write, Speak) ... Personal Details *Date of Birth: 26 Oct, 19XX Gender: Male Marital Status: Never Married *Mailing Address: 123, XYZ Street, ABC Nagar, Pincode: 123456 *City: Chennai Alternate Email Id: anothertestnaukri@hotmail.com Work Authorization *Work Status for USA: Have H1 Visa Other Countries: India Affirmative Action Category: General Physically Challenged: No Salient Features: 1. *Cover Letter: (must create) A cover letter is your brief introduction to a prospective recruiter. It helps you: - Exhibit information beyond what your CV provides - Showcase briefly the area of your expertise - Reflect your job expectations 2. *Job Messenger: (must create) Create Job messenger and find access to the latest jobs in the market. - Jobs in email - Get new jobs periodically in your email - Customize the search criteria - Create your own Personalized search criteria to suit your job requirements - Create multiple messengers - Create up to 5 messengers, each with a different search criteria Example *Keywords: VC++ (Enter any of the following: designation, your key skills or the role you are interested in.) Experience: 3 Location: Functional Area: System Programming *Industry: IT-Software/ Software Services *Type of Job: All Jobs 3. Search Agent: (must create) Create and Use this search agent to access latest jobs when you login next into Naukri.com. Access your search agent from "My Naukri" page. When you run your search agent and view jobs, you can apply (Quick/Customized apply) jobs at a single shot with multiple selection or can save jobs for applying later. Example *Keywords: VC++ (Enter any of the following: designation, your key skills or the role you are interested in.) Experience: 3 Location: Functional Area: *Industry: IT-Software/ Software Services *Type of Job: All Jobs Freshness: Sort by: Relevance (it could be "Date", if you login very often for job search) *Search Agent Name: Naukri Search Agent 4. Blocked Companies: (useful for working professionals) Block Companies to whom you do not wish to reveal your resume. You have an option to selectively market your resume by blocking company name, group company name, associate company, short forms and related abbreviations. 5. Set Profile Visibility: (Set Resume Status) Give yourself the option of selecting your resume's visibility based on your job requirement. - Please select "Active" if you are currently looking for a job - Please select "Inactive" if you are not looking for a job - Please select "Not Searchable" if you do not want the recruiters to access your resume. 6. Mailer Settings: (Subscribe to Newsletters) Please select the mailers that you want to subscribe to: Career Mailers Job Alerts and naukri.com Products SMS Contacts by Recruiters Automated Voice Alerts Promotional Mailers Career and Education Products Other Promotional and Special Offers Resume Services (calls and mails) Finally I am attaching a screen shot (not sure about visibility of image) of Ideal "MyNaukri" home page where green color boxes show the correct updates while red color boxes need attention and hence modifications in profile. Note: Please note that the suggestions and examples provided in this article are purely based on personal knowledge & experience, and it may vary from person to person. It's just an attempt to anyhow help the job seekers (who really struggle) to maximize their interview calls from naukri, and hence getting a good job.
  4. Hi All, I have a received a mail from Sipronsoft regarding a free demo class on SAP (Technical ) module. Please validate this information and if interested, contact them: ============================================================== From: "sap.sipronsoft@gmail.com" Subject: A FREE DEMO CLASS ON SAP.(ABAP) Dear Friends, Good day to you. Sipronsoft is arranging a free demo class on SAP (Technical ) module Date: 1st June 2008, at 10.30 am Venue: Room No: 115, Adarsha College, CA Site No 3, 12th Cross, 1st Block R. T. Nagar Bangalore - 560 032 (Near R.T.NAGAR BDA Complex) Sipronsoft is inviting all the professional with any Graduation to attain the seminar SAP is in boom. There are 60,000+ companies, already implemented SAP across 120 countries, employing more than 10 million SAP professionals and posses an amazing IT market share of 22%. According to a survey conducted by Youth Index of Technology Wages, SAP Professionals are the highest paid ($75.09/hour) professionals. Most of the MNCs are implementing SAP and there is a huge requirement for SAP professionals today. And for you also it is the right time to choose the right career Who can be benefited ? Any Graduate and post Graduate with or without relevant experience. Fresher looking to add value to their basic qualification. And all others who are looking at a leap in their careers Hurry and register your name on or before Saturday, 31st of May 2008 in this number: 080-64567085 /09341961450 or u can E-mail your Name and phone number to this id sap.sipronsoft@gmail.com. Looking forward to see u soon in our premises. For further details please feel free to contact. bhagyaranjanbehura@gmail.com 09341961450 Visit us:-www.sipronsoft.com All the Best. Regards, Bhagya Ranjan ==============================================================
  5. amitprs2003

    Team Infosol - Details about company...

    Mahesh, I am not sure but at first look it seems that, better not to join "team infosol". Just in support of my statement, below are few links: http://www.freshershome.com/fake-experienc...ertificates.php http://www.fresherforums.com/fake-companie...nies-india.html Their website http://www.teaminfosol.com/ also doesn't look professional and gives impression to be fake. Please note that above is just my suggestion, dont take any decision just based on this only.
  6. amitprs2003

    Good looking people get better jobs !!!

    Just to note that, the statements were stated for all the fields including IT/Software. Please keep this in mind while adding your valuable inputs.Thanks.
  7. amitprs2003

    Please review my resume

    Few quick comments on your resume:- move personal profile in last- break-up your computer proficiency appropriately e.g. "SQL Server" doesn't come under "Packages" category- mind your words written in resume e.g. I am not sure if there is any release like SQL Server 2003 (it might be SQL Server 2000/2005 or 2008)- Add up few words about your work experience- Describe the projects and your role and responsibilities in them
  8. I feel this is the biggest advantage you can get while working in a small company. It yields:- an excellent chance to make a real difference, formulating and implementing projects from start to finish. - more learning opportunities and exposure to different skill set (keep remember if you are multi skilled professional with expertise in some area, you will have least chance to be jobless in case of market saturation) - more involvement into work (within and across teams), more hands-on experience and more responsibilities which can translate into greater job satisfaction. - more visibility (*just keep remember that whether you do well, or bad, they see it all), recognition/rewards, and salary hike. That's true. yea, in such scenario, that person will have more chances. Can't be hard coded, I have saw the opposite also. One more benefit in big MNCs is that since these companies have a wide network, you may get a chance to relocate to your favorite city for better living opportunities or for any other personal reason. As per current market trend, I would suggest you to join some medium size company (with few thousand employees) and work there for 2 years and then look for some big MNC.
  9. amitprs2003

    Are you applying for any other jobs ?

    Yea, be honest while replying as there is nothing unethical or wrong about applying for numerous jobs at the same time. Employers also expect that you will be interviewing for job at many companies and they know that some of their offers will be rejected because people have already taken job in another company. But during interview, you should keep your reply brief and don't over-explain and compliment the company you are giving interview and give them a reasonable answer for choosing them.
  10. Sameera, currently job market is open with lot of job opportunities for many of the languages/platform and they seem to be permanent, challenging and highly paid if you also keep updating your skills with the market changes. For you, it depends on your academic background (including projects done), teaching experience, courses/certifications gained; with respect to any programming language and platform.I feel you have been more involved or have more proficiency into C, C++, VC++, OOPs and looking to make a career in the same. C, C++ is good if you have been working on multimedia/image processing/compiler level/device driver or games development projects. VC++ is also good option but generally the candidates who have done desktop/system/networking related projects are preferred more. However I have saw the candidates to get a job in VC++ if they just have good understanding of C, C++, MFC, COM without much experience in such projects. Also it is required to mention that nowadays companies expect that candidate should have at least basic knowledge of .Net (C# mainly) along with expertise in VC++.You can also make a good career in .Net (database projects, Web, desktop and enterprise application development) but for that it would be beneficial if you already have good knowledge in new version of .Net (.Net Framework 3.0/3.2, Visual Studio 2005, C#) and SQL Server (SQL Server 2005/2008) before looking for job in .Net field. Join some course, do self study, download sample projects from Microsoft and other sites and do practice and within 2-3 months, you can have good knowledge and hence that will help you to get a job faster in .Net.For suggestions regarding Java, SAP, ERP, Mainframes, Testing etc etc I am leaving to respective chetanas members. Hope to get a good response from them soon.
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    Hi Selva, I am not a Java developer but let's see if following statement can answer one of your query: getBootstrapClassPath() method returns the class path used during installation processing (bootstrapping) of the component. This URLClassPath is used for finding system resources. Regarding forum, have a look to following link, may be it will help you... http://java.sun.com/community/index.html
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    Thank you for your chetanas Team

    Congrats. All the Best for future.
  13. amitprs2003

    Which course to choose ?

    Rashmi, just as suggestion..If you are planning to get into development\testing\System Administration field, I think only completing any course will not result into job immediately. It will also depend on the time gap you have in your career and how much you are able to fill or justify that gap. So keep that in mind as well.Regarding Java vs .Net, I don't feel much difference in job opportunities. It again depends on you how quick you learn and how much proficient you can be after doing the course.
  14. "Be courteous" is a fundamental rule of interviewing. But what do you do when the interviewer's behavior is offensive? You want to ace the interview and leave with your self-respect intact. Here are some strategies for responding tactfully to a discourteous interviewer. Do a Reality Check Sometimes we read more into a remark than the interviewer intended because of the pressure and heightened emotions of an interview. Before you take action, ask yourself: "Was that really disrespectful?" Some issues are clear-cut, such as age, religion, ethnicity, gender, and sexual orientation. Others, unfortunately, are not. If the interviewer's behavior is clearly disrespectful, then respond with the strategies outlined below. If you're unsure, then put it aside and continue with your interview. Decide Whether to Salvage It You worked hard to land your interview. Your priority is to keep the interview focused on what you have to offer the company. Take a deep breath and briefly consider some reasons to make the best of this challenging situation. [*]You can decide about the company after you complete the interview. [*]The interviewer doesn't represent the entire company. [*]The job may not involve working with the interviewer. [*]This behavior could be part of a "stress interview" in which they test your response to high-pressure situations. Get Back on Track Sure, it's a challenge to stay polite when you're dealing with less-than-polite behavior. Yet, there's a lot you can do to get your interview back on track. [*]Be open-minded. The interviewer may recognize the problem with his/her behavior and try to fix it. [*]Ignore the disrespectful comment and talk about your skills and qualifications. By ignoring the comment or action and focusing on your skills, you are demonstrating that you want the job and that your confidence is strong. [*]Ask the interviewer a question that will shift the focus to an area of interest to him. By asking the interviewer a question, you can politely prevent the rudeness from progressing any further and you may actually get the interviewer to be more engaged in the interview and your qualifications and skills. [*]Keep your sense of humor and make a light remark. [*]Ask for feedback or clarification if the interviewer repeatedly contradicts or interrupts you. This can help stop his line of questions or action, and return control of the interview to you so that you can set it back in the right direction. [*]Use "I" statements and be polite when you give the interviewer your opinion. Know When to Exit Sometimes a graceful exit is a necessary last resort when you've done everything you can to save the interview. Thank the interviewer for his/her time. Then, politely excuse yourself from the interview without commenting on his/her behavior. If you must say something, be courteous. Learn from Your Experience Before you put this encounter behind you, identify what you've learned about this potential coworker. Then use this experience to improve how you respond to difficult people. The final step is to practice dealing with negative interview situations with someone who'll give you honest feedback. In this way, you'll be ready to act with composure and in professional manner if you ever encounter another disrespectful interviewer.
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    How to Be Yourself

    Find yourself. You can't be yourself if you don't know, understand, and accept yourself first. Stop caring about how people perceive you. The fact is, it really doesn't matter. It's impossible to be yourself when you're caught up in wondering "Do they think I'm funny? Does she think I'm fat? Do they think I'm stupid?" To be yourself, you've got to let go of these concerns and just let your behavior flow, with only your consideration of others as a filter—not their consideration of you. Be honest and open. What have you got to hide? You're an imperfect, growing, learning human being. If you feel ashamed or insecure about any aspect of yourself—and you feel you have to hide those parts of you, whether physically or emotionally—then you have to come to terms with that and learn to convert your so-called flaws into individualistic quirks. Relax. Stop worrying about the worst that could happen, especially in social situations. So what if you fall flat on your face? Or get spinach stuck in your teeth? Learn to laugh at yourself both when it happens and afterwards. Turn it into a funny story that you can share with others. It lets them know that you're not perfect and makes you feel more at ease, too. Develop and express your individuality. Whether it's your sense of style, or even your manner of speaking, if your preferred way of doing something strays from the mainstream, then be proud of it. Have a Productive Day. Accept that some days you're the pigeon, and that some days, you're the statue. People might raise eyebrows and even make fun, but as long as you can shrug and say "Hey, that's just me" and leave it at that, people will ultimately respect you for it, and you'll respect yourself. Believe in who you are. If you're always working to be someone you're not, you'll never be a happy person. Be yourself and show the world you're proud the way you are!