Why Companies Hire Experienced Employees

It is often seen that a Company prefers and experienced candidate over a Fresher during a job recruitment. I have seen many of my Friends complaining about this fact, and every year many freshers have to face this while applying for a job. Well if you are a fresher or of you are one of the victims of this injustice too then do not worry, you have come to the right place. In this article we will share some tips and tricks with you to impress the HR of the company and we will also list some of the points that why do companies prefer experienced employees than the freshers. Lets discuss the latter first
Why do companies prefer to choose an experienced employee over a fresher

  1. The first thing a Company scans in the candidates CV is how efficient the candidate is to complete the work within deadlines and thus they look for an experienced and professional person who can well tackle the problems that arouse during the completion of the project. The fresher on the other hand would need some time to adjust in the environment.
  2. Freshers need training and instructions in the starting and big companies can not afford that because they pay more and thus expect more work in the given time.
  3. Developers look for the candidate that would disturb them the least and is master in the field and who can be a better master than an experienced person, thus freshers are given less attention here as well.

But there is absolutely no need to loose hope and feel low after reading the above points, have a glance at the points under and bring back the energy in yourself because these are some of the tips and advices that would surely help you in getting into a good job.

  1. Do not wait for a company to offer you a good project rather show your potential to them by taking some open source software project, learn and work on the one are really interested because they range from different domains to different languages. Many big companies have people in this project and they have and eye on the hard working and efficient candidates, so you might get a job even before you apply.
  2. Moreover this open source project will let you know in what field you are actually interested and thus you can excel your career in that because it will be complete wastage of time if you land in a job which you are least interested and you won’t be able to give you hundred Percent there.
  3. If you are in search of a solid job then make sure you need to put in solid efforts as well. This is actually the key to success because skilled and hard-working people are welcomed everywhere and if you don’t do it and simply go on with completing your degrees for the sake of just getting degrees then no one can help you land in a future where you will have to serve those people and complete those projects that you never wished to.

All the Best!

NEET Indian Medical Entrance Examination

All India Medical entrance Tests, in the form of AIPMT or NEET, starts from May 5, 2013. The students are rather worried about the preparation schedule and syllabus for the exams that will be held as they all fear that there is no clear picture of the above. But there is nothing to worry assures the     National Educational Board since the CBSE and NCERT have got together in appraising the study prospectus of various states around India and have framed the syllabus and questionnaire accordingly.

Consent for the NEET as the ultimate Medical entrance exam?
Many states have accepted this NEET as the ultimate decision exam for the entrance into prestigious Medical Institutions around India. A few states including Tamil Nadu have not gone with all NEET format. About 271 Medical colleges in India comply to NEET and provide 31,000 seats thusly.

AIMS a part of this?
AIMS, being a prestigious Medical Institution has denied the concept of NEET and sticks with its own Entrance examination as it believes in maintaining the Institute’s standard high by being self contained rather than going public.

The NEET Pattern
The pattern is a little different as compared to the AIPMT conducted till last year. The AIPMT usually consists of 200 questions with 50 questions each from 4 subjects namely Physics, Chemistry, Zoology and Botany. It was scheduled for 3 hours and carried a negative marking system by ¼ marks per wrong answer. The NEET will follow the same pattern with same subjects and same % of negative marking but it will have a total of 180 questions with a sum of 45 marks per each section/subject.

What to prepare?
The NEET system is basically framed by CBSE and NCERT boards, hence thoroughly revising the 11th and 12th standard NCERT science books should help a lot. Following which practicing the model question papers from AIPMT of previous years should help. The main objective is to complete the answers within the set time limit for each section. So practice on the time score is definitely a must. Atleast practicing 15-20 AIPMT model question papers will give a clear picture on the time constraint and questioning pattern.

Step by step Prep for NEET
It is necessary to prepare for this examination step-by-step rather than rushing at the end. So inclusive of the daily revision of one’s own subject lessons in the Physics, Chemistry, botany and Zoology subjects, working out a few questions from the model papers every day will also help tremendously in paving the right course to success with this NEET program.

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GMAT Exam and Its Associated Features

What is GMAT and what are its associated features?
About 1,500 Educational Institutions from 110 countries around the world that offer about 5,400 seats for college application by the students take GMAT scores as the main criterion into their account.
What is GMAT?
Graduate Management Admission Test is an analysis of a student’s analytical and functional capabilities. It has got 4 different divisions like Analytical writing assessment, Integrated reasoning, Quantitative and Verbal section. This would evaluate one’s reasoning, intelligence quotient and analytical skills. The test duration is for about 3.5 hours.
How does GMAT function?
It is an English based exam. It is computer-adaptive examination especially the quantitative and verbal sections. Based on how one performs on previous questions, the difficulty level of the next question would elevate. The more correct the answers are, the more difficult the questions will be.
What is the basis for GMAT score allotment?
The total score for GMAT is between 200-800. It depends also on one’s performance on the quantitative and verbal sections. Besides the total score, there is also individual scores for each section.
As in-
INTEGRATED REASONING(IR)- scored on a scale of 1-8
VERBAL SECTION – scored on a scale of 0-60
QUANTITATIVE SECTION – scored on a scale of 0-60
ANALYTICAL WRITING ASSESSMENT – scored on a scale of 0-6
IR and AWA scores are individually assessed and given out only with the official result tags.
How long is GMAT valid?
A GMAT score is valid upto 5 years.
Which countries favour GMAT?
India, New Zealand, the U.S., Singapore, Britain, Spain, Australia, South Africa, Canada and Thailand are the notable countries that accept GMAT.
How many times can one write this exam?
This is being conducted all over the world. One can write this exam once per month and 5 times in a year.
How much does this exam cost?
It costs $250 by U.S standards. In some countries, tax is also levied associatively.

GATE Entrance Exam for MTech in IITs

Gate exam is an (Graduate Aptitude Test  for Engineers ) entrance exam for M.tech conducted by  Indian Institute of Sciences  and Indian Institute of Management jointly. A candidate will be given admission in M.Tech  depending upon the performance in the GATE Exam. These days all the public sector jobs are being related to GATE score. Generally GATE is given 75% weightage and Interview is given only 25% weightage. So Gate exam plays a major role in getting the job.

The score card reveals the technical  skills of the candidate and based on the score card the candidate should apply to each of the institutes after the institutes publish the M.tech notification. Basically the exam is conducted for three hours  both in online and offline. Online exam will be conducted in the mid of January and offline exam will be conducted every second Sunday of February.

GATE Entrance Exam Eligibility Criteria
Bachelors degree in engineering and those who are in final year engineering are eligible. Master degree holders and those who are  in final year and pre final year are also eligible. Inorder  to fill the online application form candidates should first register their mail id, so that further Communication will be done through this mail id. Online Application form contains personal information, communication address, degree details, and examination centre. Then the candidate should upload the photograph and necessary documents if the candidate is SC/ST. If the candidate is male general then he has to pay 1200/- or if the candidate is male SC/ST then he has to pay 600/-. For the female candidates fee is exempted. Once again the candidate can pay the fee through online or offline.

If the candidate select online then he has to go for net banking. If it is offline then a challan will be produced with the candidate details, he has to take the print and submit in any of the banks. Then they will verify the details with data available in the bank and then he will accept the payment. Once the payment done take the print of the application form then stick the photograph and complete all the signatures(with black ink) .This photograph and signature should match with the one in the photograph file uploaded. Then post the application form to the given address.

Gate score is valid for 2 yrs from the day of announcement of results. Government / Public Sector Units (PSU)’s like Indian OIL, NTPC Limited, BARC, NPCIL, HAL many more, give importance to GATE scores for various job positions in their organizations.

GATE Entrance Exam Admit card download
Eligible candidates can now download the admit card from the GATE Online Applicant Interface provided by GATE office.

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Hobby and Its Necessity

In today’s ready for action world one maybe busy occupied in work and no time to spend for. It’s good if you can allocate some time in your busy schedule to have some hobby. It does wonders as it is being decided by your own choice which you like to do and the one that goes well with your talent and idea.
Simple concept just like how the physical body requires an exercise the same way our mind too needs some relaxation to feel good. In reality studies disclose that natives who promote themselves through such actions are at a low risk to suffer from fretfulness, anger, melancholy and further pessimistic mind-set.
Is it important to have some hobby?
A hobby is the best method to refurbish your sense of balance at any time when you are cliched or hassled. As it is an activity of your choice, it will constantly give you gratification and be of assistance to chill out. It does not require a long duration even if it’s for a shorter duration you can still experience the difference in your get-up-and-go intensity and strength of mind.
Possibly hobby is one of the most excellent dynamic method to get in tune with oneself and to investigate oneself to bring out the hidden potentials. Amusingly, once you have a hobby, you will try hard to make yourself free and deal well with your to-do list to go in for your hobby.
Several people have ended up in an affluent livelihood through their hobby. As soon as you seize up a hobby or track the potential that you have in the midst of your busy work schedule you have an intellect of rationale and ultimately can believe in adding up their values.
A large amount of natives assume that the time to trail their hobby is as soon as they give up work. They fail to notice the central feature that by the moment you withdraw, there will be a smaller amount of skill and dexterity that is needed to gain knowledge of their hobby. There will always be something or the other to share with through your hobbies.