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Bermuda Triangle is the greatest unsolved mystery of the modern age. Also called Devil’s Triangle. It is a triangular shaped area in the North Atlantic Ocean, from Bermuda Island to Miami, USA and Puerto Rico. Hundreds of people and numerous boats, ships … Continue reading

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ICET 2012 COUNSELLING NOTIFICATION

After so much awaiting andrapradesh governament released the counselling notification of icet 2012…..

The list of Help Line centres,  the distribution of Ranks for each Help Line Centre for Certificate Verification, OC/BC/SC/Minority Category Candidates and  ST Category candidates and all other important information is placed on the Website: http://apicet.nic.in and candidates are informed to visit this website before they go for Certificate Verification.
Eligibility: Candidates who secured 50% (For OC) and 45% (SC/ST/BC) in aggregate in Degree
or its equivalent examination are only eligible for admission.
CERTIFICATES TO BE PRODUCED BY ALL CANDIDATES:
All original certificates like ICET-2012 Hall Ticket, Rank Card, Degree Marks Memos and Pass
Certificate, Intermediate Marks Memo, S.S.C or its equivalent Marks memo, IX to Degree Study
Certificates, Income Certificate issued after 01.01.2012 and Caste Certificate issued by competent
authority.
Certificates to be produced by PH/CAP/NCC/Sports/Minority Candidates:
PH-Certificate issued by the District Medical Board. Candidates with 40% and above disability are
only eligible. CAP- Certificate issued by Zilla Sainik Welfare Officer (In case of Ex-Service men)
Identity card and Service Discharge book for verification. Candidates whose parents are
domicile of A.P. are only eligible to be considered under “CAP” Category. NCC & SportsTo produce Original Certificates issued by competent authorities. Minorities: SSCTC’ containing
Minority Status or Certificate from the Head Master. Anglo-Indian: A Certificate issued by
Competent Authority of their place of Residence.
Fee to be Paid: (At the Time of Certificate Verification): 1. Processing Fee: Rs.600/-
(OC/BC), Rs.300/-(SC/ST). 2. Fee particulars and seats available under Convenor Quota college
wise will be available on the website http://apicet.nic.in well before the commencement of Option
Entry. The candidates may note that there would be a common fee for both Category A & B
seats for the academic year 2012-2013.

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Revealed! How to crack job interview at Google

Revealed! How to crack job interview at Google

Revealed! How to crack job interview at Google

An American science writer is set to release a book, in which he enlists all sorts of tricky questions, riddles and several devious interviewing techniques that would enable one to land a job at Google, as well as possibly anywhere in the United States.

William Poundstone, author of the new book, “Are you Smart Enough To Work At Google?” says that interviewers while recruiting today ask more bizarre and vague questions such as ‘Can you swim faster in water or in syrup?’ or ‘How would you weigh your head?’ than normal questions pertaining to the job.

And therefore, with his book, he is ready to answer ‘Trick Questions, Zen-like Riddles, Insanely Difficult Puzzles, and Other Devious Interviewing Techniques You Need to Know to Get a Job Anywhere in the New Economy,’ as the book’s subtitle read, ABC News reports.

The reason Poundstone says he’s offering this guide is because firstly “there are more people than there are jobs and a potential employer can set the bar to entry high and still be assured of a waiting room full of desperate souls.” Second, “HR departments are running scared, asking themselves: how can we make sure our questions have predictive power for how well someone will do on the job?” he says.

Many of Google’s questions, says Poundstone, are intentionally open-ended. Example: ‘How would you devise an evacuation plan for San Francisco?’ In most instances, there is no single correct answer. The interviewer’s goal is to see how the thinking process of the applicant works, and to gauge his or her creativity in problem-solving, the report said.

The book’s most useful features include A Field Guide to Devious Interview Questions, which divides questions into categories (e.g., classic logic puzzles, lateral thinking puzzles, insight questions, tests of divergent thinking, etc.), then offers strategies and tips for answering each type, it added.

Interviewers at Google invest effort in coming up with ever-newer and more-devious questions. It’s, therefore, more valuable for the applicant to understand the strategy for answering a given type of question than to have a canned answer ready, Poundstone concluded.

source: TOI

Not possible to sell India story: Narayana Murthy!!

Not possible to sell India story: Narayana Murthy

We have fallen far short of expectations and it’s no longer possible to sell the India story,” said NR Narayana Murthy, chairman emeritus, Infosys, in an interview to ET NOW.

“The world expected a lot from us. And compared to that expectation, we have fallen very very short. And therefore, I would say, this is worse than 1991,” Murthy said. “I meet a lot of CEOs outside India and earlier India was mentioned once every three times China was mentioned. But now, if China is mentioned 30 times, India is not even mentioned once,” he added.

Government indifference to the plight of business has brought decision-making to an unnecessary standstill, he believes. “A lot of decisions can be taken within the ambit of current legislation,” Murthy said, especially on several issues that impact the IT industry – one issue is that some I-T officials do not recognise a statement of work, and insist on a company negotiating a new master agreement for every project. “Now, this is not done anywhere in the world and we have been arguing with the I-T Department,” he said. “If this is my job, tough decisions have to be taken. We have to accept that.”

Murthy said he has submitted presentations to the prime minister, and written to (then finance minister) Pranab Mukherjee on such issues: “It has been fourteen months and nothing has been done. “Now, this is not in the realm of legislation. It’s not about ideology, politics. All that this requires is one senior bureaucrat to say ‘let’s adopt global standards’. And it can be done in a few hours.” Most of the problems faced by investors are of this nature, he said.

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