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eLitmus Placement Paper Updated


So here are a few more additions to the Elitmus Placement Paper . These are some of links to various books that are essential for preparation of not only eLitmus Test but is also useful for various other exam. These links can be found in New Addition section on Elitmus Placement Paper page. with a date stamp of 03/12/2011.These links are for ebooks like elitmus study material,  Verbal Non Verbal Reasoning by R S Agarwal, Barron Vocabulary, Book : R S Agarwal Verbal Reasoning, Book : Barron’s GRE (12th edition), Book : 10th CBSE maths book.

Follow this link to go to that page:
https://alok007.wordpress.com/placement-papers/elitmus-placement-papers/

 
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Posted by on December 3, 2011 in Career & Placement

 

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Turn Relationships Into Opportunities


Can networking really help you get a job?

More than 70% of jobs are found through networking. LinkedIn can help you: 

  • Find jobs through postings on LinkedIn and tap your network to get a leg up
  • Reach out to your existing network to find unlisted opportunities
  • Find your way “in” by using company pages, groups, and search

Search LinkedIn jobs now.


 
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Posted by on December 26, 2010 in Uncategorized

 

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Build Your Professional Brand


What do people see when they Google you?

LinkedIn gives you more control over the information people learn about you online: 

  • Be aware that employers use social networks as part of their scouting activities
  • Focus on an appropriate photo, smart headline, and rich summary
  • Reach out to faculty and summer employers to get great recommendations

Update your profile now.

 
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Posted by on December 25, 2010 in Uncategorized

 

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Get Started with LinkedIn


What is LinkedIn and why should you join?

LinkedIn is the leading professional network on the web, enabling you to:

  • Connect with classmates, faculty, and family professionally
  • Find new opportunities for internships and full time positions
  • Manage what potential employers learn about you from the Internet

Get started on LinkedIn today.

 
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Posted by on December 25, 2010 in Uncategorized

 

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Placement cells in colleges on cloud nine | Freshersworld.com®


Placement cells in colleges on cloud nine | Freshersworld.com®.

Placement cells in colleges on cloud nine

 

The placement cells in colleges such as the National Institute of Technology (NIT) in Kurukshetra or Vellore Institute of Technology University are on cloud nine these days. NIT had 115 companies on campus for placement (against an average of 70 till last year) and Vellore Institute saw Cognizant pick up over 1,600 students this year.

 

No wonder, then, that all HR studies on the jobs outlook are talking about a brisk to dynamic growth in employment opportunities in the New Year. The Manpower Employment Outlook Survey says the net employment outlook is 42 per cent, 5 per cent more than the same period last year, making Indian employers the most optimistic as far as hiring intentions are concerned globally.

 

Another study by Ma Foi Randstad last week said led by healthcare, the organised sector in India has added 1.13 million jobs this year, making it the best in the last four years, ahead of the previous peak in 2006 when 1.03 million jobs were added. This is a significant growth over 2008 when only 670,000 jobs were added. The number last year was 900,000.

 

Sectors like hospitality, real estate and construction, IT & ITeS joined the 100,000-plus jobs pack in 2010. And among the cities surveyed, Delhi and NCR have reported greatest employment generation by creating 113,897 jobs in 2010.

 

Most HR consultancy firms say they are projecting a salary increase of 8 to 16 per cent in 2011 with sectors like telecom and pharma leading the pack. Global HR consulting firm Mercer says it has revised its forecasts for 2011 and has made an upward correction in the salary hikes expected due to the positive sentiment running across industries at large.

 

 
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Posted by on December 24, 2010 in Uncategorized

 

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