Friday, 27 July 2018

वर्ल्ड लाइव TV (ISRO का कमाल)

अब आप पूरी दुनिया का रेडियो बिना ईरफ़ोन के कही भी कभी भी सुन सकते है,

बस नीचे दिए लिंक पर क्लिक करे और  आप को एक पृथ्वी दिखेगी, ऊपर बने ग्रीन डॉट्स (जो रेडियो स्टेशन है)
पर टच करे और लाइव रेडियो सुने।

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Monday, 16 July 2018


1:- Be Prepared

You must be prepared with the basic interview questions which are always asked - like your introduction, your hobbies, your interests, why should they hire you, etc. Be ready to face such questions. Practice them before your interview and try to make them interesting!

2:- Do your homework

Always study about the company you are going to give an interview at. Know about its history and what it has to offer; what are its goals and objectives. Go through its website, press releases and data available online so that you are able to answer any questions on it.

3:- Be on time

You must reach the company on time for the interview. Nothing looks worse than reaching late for the interview. Always try to leave early from your house and try to reach 10 minutes before the call time.

4:- Suit up

As they say, your first impression is the last one. So always dress to impress. Wear crisply ironed formals, clean shoes and your hair should be neat and tied up. A nicely dressed person always tends to leave a good impression than a person who comes shabbily for the interview.

5:- Be confident

Do not let your nervousness come up on your face. No matter how nervous you are, always look confident. A confident candidate always has a better opportunity as it shows how he can handle situations in a better way. No company wants to employ a person who is shaking due to nervousness during the interview.

6:- Be honest and flexible

Always be honest in whatever you are being asked. Do not lie regarding any thing as it may back fire for you in the future. If you don't know the answer to any question, say it confidently (you are not supposed to know everything and its okay). It's better than giving wrong answers and giving a wrong impression.

7:- Update it

Keep your CV updated and ready to be presented when asked. Your CV is the most important document which sells you to the firm. Keep it updated and make it sellable. Enhance it with all the skills you have and all that you have done in the past. Do not make the mistake of fabricating it in any way.

8:- Be friendly

You are noticed in every way. Be friendly with other candidates, the interviewer and always keep that smile on your face; it also helps you hide away your nervousness as well. Ask questions to your interviewer about the company, your job profile, ask all doubts you have and do not make the interview one-sided.

9:- Ask for feedback

Before the interview closes, make sure you ask the interviewer as to how it went and what are the chances of being selected (do not overdo it). It gives a positive image of the candidate as it shows his keenness towards accepting the job offer.
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Friday, 6 July 2018


POP:  Point Of Purchase

POS: Point Of Sales

POSM: Point of Sales Materials 

POP and POS are the same place/point (Two side of the coin) in a retail environment. POP is in consumer point of view while POS is in Sellers point of view.

POP in term of retail environment, a specific point where consumer purchase. In term of super market, the cash counter, market self would be POP.

POSM is the advertisement materials that are used to communicate the brand and their message to consumer at POP/POS point. Its a part of BTL.

POSM examples are poster, dangler dummy pack, shelf branding, leaflet etc.

Thursday, 28 June 2018

भारत का पहला रेलयात्री- भारत में रेलगाड़ी में बैठने वाला पहला व्यक्ति

हालाँकि सन 1858 से पहले कई भारतियों ने अपनी इंग्लैंड यात्रा के समय रेलयात्रा की होगी, जैसे कि राजा राममोहन राय सन 1830 में इंग्लैंड गये थे मगर यहाँ हम बात कर रहें है कि भारत में रेल में बैठने वाले पहले भारतीय कौन थे।

तो पहले भारतीय कौन हो सकते है ?

रेलयात्री ने इतिहास के पृष्ठों में गहरी पड़ताल कर पाया:

भारत में पहली यात्री रेल 17 अप्रैल 1853 को बोरीबंदर (मुम्बई का हिस्सा) से ठाणे के बीच चली थी (ठाणे को ब्रिटिशों द्वारा तानाह के नाम से पुकारा जाता था)।
हमें विश्वास हैं कि मुम्बई और ठाणे के बीच चली पहली रेल में कई लोग बैठे थे। उन्हीं में से एक जाने-माने व्यक्ति थे- जगन्नाथ शंकरसेठ- एक समृद्ध परोपकारी जो जमशेदजी जीजाभाई के साथ- भारत में रेलवे निर्माण की दिशा में पर्याप्त राशि दान कर चुके थे।
जगन्नाथ सेठ को विशाल भारतीय प्रायद्वीप रेल (भारतीय मध्य रेलवे) का निर्देशक होने के नाते पहली भारतीय रेल में यात्रा का अधिकार अर्जित था। पहली रेल संचालन की प्रेस रिपोर्ट में भी श्री जगन्नाथ शंकरसेठ का नाम अतिथि यात्रियों में उल्लेखित है जबकि श्री जमशेदजी जीजाभाई का नाम उस प्रेस रिपोर्ट में अंकित नहीं है।

सौजन्य से : IRCTC 




When you are applying for a job it goes without saying that you are including your resume. So do you really have to spell it out for them? Including this in heading adds no value to your application. So, first thing first, delete the heading which reads “Resume” and replace it with your name. 


Does your resume have a generic objective statement or a rambling quote on top of it? While you think that it will add depth to your resume, the reality is that the recruiters are very well aware that your resume is written to target their jobs and that you have the skills and experience for that particular role. Stand out of the crowd by replacing the objective statement with a qualifications-based statement or introduction that highlights to the reader what you have to offer to their organisation. 


A big no to this one! Don’t mention your interest and hobbies if it has no relevance to your applied job. Space on a resume is at premium, so save the space for pertinent information and use it wisely. 


A gap in work history creates a negative reflection about your work – at least in India. While there may be valid reasons for the gap, the tendency is to think otherwise. A shorter work gap can always be discussed during the course of face-to-face interview. It’s always safe, to be honest during a one-on-one conversation. 


The past experiences of your career can be collated with one line per job showing employer name, job title and dates. Try not to display every job you have ever you have done. There are chances that the last five work experiences may only be considered while shortlisting your resume. Remember, not the quantity but the quality of work done is all that matters. 


A pre-hand salary demand or expectation on the resume can be seen as too pesky by the employer and could be rejected on that basis. Some things can always be done off the record with smart communication. 


You need not display a lot of personal information. The recruiter has nothing to do with your marital status, number of kids, religion, race, country of birth, passport details etc. Your name, email address, contact number and address is all you need to share initially. For a better understanding of your professional profile, you can share the LinkedIn profile link. 


It’s important to have references from your previous job and these are checked only after you have been shortlisted for an interview. The business references do not belong on the resume unless specifically asked by the employer.

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Monday, 18 June 2018


Assessing the value

If you feel you are being underpaid you must have enough evidences to prove it to your reporting manager. To substantiate this claim do extensive research to understand the salary benchmarks at your level in your company and at your profile in the domain concerned.

Be confident

You know you deserve a raise for all your hard work. Now it's time to show your boss why you're worth it. When you book a meeting with your boss, make sure you're prepared, have proof to back up your reasoning and most importantly be confident. After all, you're about to convince your boss that you deserve a raise - because you do.

Take on more responsibility

More responsibility will often increase your wage - or at least give you a more stable basis of which to justify asking for a pay rise. Climbing the ladder in many corporate jobs will often get you a pay rise, but make sure that the salary justifies the added pressures.

Build good networks

Networking is crucial in today's time. Online mediums gives the current workforce greater scope to build a good network. When you know people across the office(s) and people know you too, it increases your chances of getting a good hike.

Upskilling self

Education always pays. The more knowledge and skills you have, greater is the likelihood of getting a salary hike. To remain worthy it is essential to take up courses so to keep abreast with changing tools and techniques.

Innovation is the key

Today's work world requires innovative minds like never before. Companies would like to hold on to employees with exceptionally innovative and creative minds to beat competition and stay ahead.
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Saturday, 26 May 2018

Body Language - You may disqualify Interviews (5 Mistakes)

Your body language is very important to crack your interview. a survey says 50% chance to select in interview is based on your body language. Come and see, five major mistakes which can loss your interview.

1: Not making eye contact

Failing to make eye contact was the body language mistake interviewers were most likely to say they hated. Sixty-seven percent of people surveyed said they didn't like it when candidates kept their eyes cast down. While you don't want to get into a creepy staring contest with your interviewer, looking at them while listening and speaking shows you're engaged in the conversation.

2: Playing with something on the table

Thirty-four percent of hiring managers cited fiddling with pens or shuffling papers as a major example of poor body language in an interview. Clicking a pen or similar gestures can be interpreted as a sign of anxiety.

3: Crossing your arms

Crossing your arms in front of your chest makes you look defensive and hostile, so it's no wonder that 32% of HR managers said this was not something they liked to see in people they interviewed.

4: Not sitting up straight

Slumping in your seat doesn't convey confidence. Thirty-one percent of HR experts said it made candidates look less than polished in an interview. Sitting up straight and squaring your shoulders not only makes you look confident, but it also shows you respect your interviewer and the situation you're in.

5: Using too many hand gestures

The higher the gesture, the more out-of-control you look. The key in an interview is balance: Some hand movement keeps you from coming off as too stiff, but too much and you could look like a loose cannon.

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