Fresh Civil Engineers Jobs in Sobha Developers Limited.

Friday, September 24, 2010

Sobha Developers Limited.
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Position : Fresh Civil Engineers

Location : Bangalore, Chennai, Coimbatore, Hyderabad,Mangalore, Mysore

Qualifications: UG – B.Tech,B.E. – Civil, PG – Any PG Course – Any Specialization
Experience : 0 – 1 Years

List of Basic HR Interview Questions - Questions Set 1

Thursday, September 23, 2010

HR Interview Questions

  • Tell me about yourself?
  • How has your experience prepared you for your career?
  • Describe the ideal job.
  • What made you choose your major?
  • Which subjects have you enjoyed studying the most and why?
  • What type of supervisor have you found to be the best?
  • What are your weaknesses? Substantiate with example from your life.
  • Which is more important to you, your salary or your job?
  • What do you plan to be doing in five years’ time?
  • Do you like to work independently or as a team?
  • What are your strengths?
  • What contributions could you make in this organization that would help you to stand out from other applicants?
  • List 2-3 of your greatest achievements since you’ve been in college and why?
  • If you had your whole life to live over, what would you do differently and why?
  • Who have you found to be the biggest source of motivation in your life?
  • In what ways have you learned from your mistakes?
  • What sort of criteria are you using to decide the organization you will work for?
  • Have your university and major met your expectations?
  • Which part-time job did you enjoy the most and why?
  • Do you drink alcohol socially?

Group Discussion Tips

Group Discussion Tips

  • Always be the initiator and concluder of the GD then being a participant.
  • But if you are participant always try to be the most viral/key participant.
  • Put points firmly and always try to get others support too.
  • If you find that the discussion os going off-track then never loose an opportunity to bring it back to stream this is the best point to score max.
  • Try to keep latest information on the topic.
  • Be very polite , people may try to provoke you to to get more points but try to keep cool.
  • Most important don’t wait for your turn to speak when discussion is on. interrupt politely if you want to put forward your points.
  • Last but not the least keep atab on the time given for discussion. score points by wrapping up the discussion if you feel that the discussion is heating but the time is going to be over.
  • During conclusion, do end with the conclusion note. that shows your leadership quality.

Group Discussion Do’s and Don’ts Tips

Do’s and Don’ts of Group Discussion
  • Be as natural as possible. Do not try and be someone you are not. Be yourself.
  • A group discussion is your chance to be more vocal. The evaluator wants to hear you speak.
  • Take time to organize your thoughts. Think of what you are going to say.
  • Seek clarification if you have any doubts regarding the subject.
  • Don’t start speaking until you have clearly understood and analyzed the subject.
  • Work out various strategies to help you make an entry: initiate the discussion or agree with someone else’s point and then move onto express your views.
  • Opening the discussion is not the only way of gaining attention and recognition. If you do not give valuable insights during the discussion, all your efforts of initiating the discussion will be in vain.
  • Your body language says a lot about you – your gestures and mannerisms are more likely to reflect your attitude than what you say.
  • Language skills are important only to the effect as to how you get your points across clearly and fluently.
  • Be assertive not dominating; try to maintain a balanced tone in your discussion and analysis.
  • Don’t lose your cool if anyone says anything you object to. The key is to stay objective: Don’t take the discussion personally.
  • Always be polite: Try to avoid using extreme phrases like: ‘I strongly object’ or ‘I disagree’. Instead try phrases like: ‘I would like to share my views on…’ or ‘One difference between your point and mine…’ or “I beg to differ with you”
  • Brush up on your leadership skills; motivate the other members of the team to speak (this surely does not mean that the only thing that you do in the GD is to say “let us hear what the young lady with the blue scarf has to say,” or “Raghu, let us hear your views” – Essentially be subtle), and listen to their views. Be receptive to others’ opinions and do not be abrasive or aggressive.
  • If you have a group of like-minded friends, you can have a mock group discussion where you can learn from each other through giving and receiving feedback.
  • Apart from the above points, the panel will also judge team members for their alertness and presence of mind, problem-solving abilities, ability to work as a team without alienating certain members, and creativity.

Techniques to initiate a Group Discussion

Techniques to initiate a Group Discussion 

  • Quotes
  • Definition
  • Question
  • Shock statement
  • Facts, figures and statistics
  • Short story
  • General statement

Social GD Topics - Topics Set 1

Social GD Topics

  • Are Big Dams Necessary?
  • Films are corrupting the Indian Youth
  • A Gandhian State selling liquor is an anomaly
  • Bride burning and dowry may look bad, but are an integral part of India.
  • Our Culture is Decaying
  • We are not serious about saving Wildlife/Environment
  • The education system needs serious reforms
  • The impact of MTV on our psyche
  • Showing Violence and Crimes should not be allowed in films and on television.
  • Let us legalize gambling
  • The Internet chains have come on the wings of science and technology but are no less restrictive for all that.
  • Secularism has become a tool to justify the wrongs done by the minorities.
  • Media is a mixed blessing/How ethical is media?
  • To fight AIDS, stop being coy about sex education.
  • What should India strive for- Westernization or modernization?

Political GD Topics - Topics Set 1

Political GD Topics

  • Reserving seats for women in Panchayat has not only been a farce but has distracted from developing a more genuine voice of women.
  • Have the nuclear tests of 1998 benefited or harmed India?
  • Voters, not, political parties are responsible for the criminalization of politics.
  • The voters are required to be well informed and educated about their candidates so that they can elect the right aspirant by their own assessment.
  • India should go for the presidential form of democracy.

General GD Topics - Topics Set 1

General GD Topics

  • How to deal with international terrorism.
  • Should we pursue our policy of dialogue with Pakistan?
  • Is peace and non-violence outdated concepts?
  • The rise of regional blocs threatens independent nations like India
  • Six billion and one bronze!
  • Is dependence on computers a good thing?
  • Should the public sector be privatised?
  • China and India are similar nations with contrasting ways
  • Is India a Soft Nation?
  • Value based politics is the need of the hour
  • Religion should not be mixed with politics
  • How to deal with high oil prices
  • Our cricketers are not to blame for match fixing
  • Why cant we be world players in industry as we are in software?
  • Multinational corporations: Are they devils in disguise?

Economics GD Topics - Topics Set 1

Economics GD Topics

  • Should agricultural subsidies be stopped ?
  • Will Mumbai’s film industry ever evolve into a truly modern corporatised one?
  • Will market reforms enrich rich states further, while poorer ones lag further?.
  • Why do we lag behind China ?
  • Who says MNCs are superior to Indian companies ?.
  • Why not use a brand index to measure national prosperity?.
  • What we need to reduce scams is better regulatory bodies.
  • War rhetoric is misplaced in a country like India which is trying to globalise its economy.
  • Trade can help the poor ?
  • The power ministry should cut off supplies to all the defaulting SEBs.

Creative GD Topics - Topics Set 1

Creative GD Topics
1. The Wheel is Turning Round and Round
2. If I was the Finance Minister/Prime Minister
3. There is no right way to do a wrong thing
4. Group Task: How can we have Mount Everest in India?
5. Do Beauty and Brains Go Together?
6. When I woke up in the morning I saw…
7. A ship docked in harbor cannot face the storms
8. Up the Down Staircase
9. Just as we have smoke free zones, we should have child free zones
10. Marriage is a social trap

Engineering GD Topics - Topics Set 1

Engineering GD Topics

  • Business and ethics go hand in hand, or do they?
  • Developing countries should spend more on development than on defense.
  • Political parties have outlived their utility.
  • Is Swadeshi relevant for India today?
  • Money is required to earn more money.
  • Foreign trade is necessary for any country to survive
  • Presidential Vs Parliamentary form of government of India.
  • Technology: The Ism’ Of The New Millennium?
  • Religion And Politics Should Not Mix
  • TRIPS Controversy And The Patent Act Amendment
  • Should India Sign The CTBT
  • State Interventions In Market Kind Or Mixed Economy
  • Science Is A Boon Or Bane
  • Is Swapping Terrorists For Hostages An Encouragement For Plane- Hijackers?
  • Nice Guys Finish Last
  • All Work And No Play Makes Jack A Dull Boy
  • Individual Freedom And Civil Society
  • Conventionalism And Modernity: The Ever going Debate
  • Should There Be A Restriction On Permissiveness Being propagated by The MTV Culture And Foreign Media?
  • Marxism And Its Future All Over The World
  • The Growing Menace Of Caste ism And Regionalism
  • Presidential Form Of Government Is Needed In India
  • Bullet For Bullet: Is It The Right Policy?
  • Capitation Fees Should Be Abolished
  • Brain-Drain Has To Be Stopped

Management GD Topics - Topics Set 1

Management GD Topics

  • Study or extra curricular activity is the driven force to success?
  • CCR –SLR which should be given more important?
  • Credit card spoiling habits?
  • Machine over man or man over machine?
  • Movies made in Bollywood for Hollywood
  • Models turn actors.
  • Innovation –how much is it required?
  • Discovery vs. invention.
  • Spiritualism is a curtain to crime?
  • We or you?
  • Tranquility satisfaction or success?
  • Prostitution excuse or intent?
  • 2012 certain or uncertain?
  • Sex conversion –way to reach goal or feel good factor?
  • Theory or practical?
  • MBA or PGDM?
  • A fool or a competitive jerk?
  • Dose really Placebo affects?
  • “Avatar” a turning point.
  • India leader or follower in 20th century?
  • Rajneeti vs. kites.
  • Team worker or a Leader?
  • Davinci code.
  • Role of IT in other managerial functions (required)?

BPO GD Topics - Topics Set 1

BPO GD Topics

  • Management Education – Is it necessary to succeed in business
  • Kids today are not what they used to be
  • Repeated elections – Who should pay for them
  • Indian bureaucracy – foundation strengths or colonial hangovers?
  • In India, the whole is less than the parts – Do we lack in team spirit?
  • “” companies – Is there room for everyone?
  • Artificial Intelligence – Will man be ever replaced by machines?
  • Materialism – Have we sold our souls to the Devil?
  • Role of ethics in tobacco industry, liquor industry etc.
  • Are we unfit for Democracy?

PL/SQL Interview Questions - Question Set 1

PL/SQL Interview Questions

1. What’s SQL
SQL is an English like language consisting of commands to store, retrieve, maintain & regulate access to your database.

Cobol Interview Questions - Question Set 1

Cobol Interview Questions

Q. When would you use in-line perform?
A. When the body of the perform will not be used in other paragraphs. If the body of the perform is a generic type of code (used from various other places in the program), it would be better to put the code in a separate para and use PERFORM para name rather than in-line perform.

J2ME Interview Questions - Question Set 1

J2ME Interview Questions

1. What is J2ME
Java 2 Micro Edition is a group of specifications and technologies that pertain to Java on small devices. The J2ME moniker covers a wide range of devices, from pagers and mobile telephones through set-top boxes and car navigation systems. The J2ME world is divided into configurations and profiles, specifications that describe a Java environment for a specific class of device.

JDBC Interview Questions - Question Set 1

JDBC Interview Questions

1. What is JDBC?
JDBC may stand for Java Database Connectivity. It is also a trade mark. JDBC is a layer of abstraction that allows users to choose between databases. It allows you to change to a different database engine and to write to a single API. JDBC allows you to write database applications in Java without having to concern yourself with the underlying details of a particular database.

Servlet Interview Questions - Question Set 1

Servlet Interview Questions

1. What is Servlet?
A servlet is a Java technology-based Web component, managed by a container called servlet container or servlet engine, that generates dynamic content and interacts with web clients via a request\/response paradigm.

JSP Interview Questions - Question Set 1

JSP Interview Questions

1. What is a JSP and what is it used for?
Java Server Pages (JSP) is a platform independent presentation layer technology that comes with SUN s J2EE platform. JSPs are normal HTML pages with Java code pieces embedded in them. JSP pages are saved to *.jsp files. A JSP compiler is used in the background to generate a Servlet from the JSP page.

Ruby on Rails Interview Questions - Question Set 1

Ruby on Rails Interview Questions

1. What is the use of load and require in ruby?
Ans. A method that loads and processes the Ruby code from a separate file, including whatever classes, modules, methods, and constants are in that file into the current scope. load is similar, but rather than performing the inclusion operation once, it reprocesses the code every time load is called.

Asp.Net Interview Questions - Question Set 1

Asp.Net Interview Questions

1. Describe the difference between a Thread and a Process?
2. What is a Windows Service and how does its lifecycle differ from a .standard. EXE?
3. What is the maximum amount of memory any single process on Windows can address?
Is this different than the maximum virtual memory for the system? How would this affect a system design?
4. What is the difference between an EXE and a DLL?
5. What is strong-typing versus weak-typing? Which is preferred? Why?

Oracle Interview Questions - Question Set 1

Oracle Interview Questions

1. How would you determine the time zone under which a database was operating?
2. Explain the use of setting GLOBAL_NAMES equal to TRUE?
3. What command would you use to encrypt a PL/SQL application?
4. Explain the difference between a FUNCTION, PROCEDURE and PACKAGE?

J2EE Interview Questions - Question Set 1

J2EE Interview Questions

1. What is J2EE?
J2EE is an environment for developing and deploying enterprise applications. The J2EE platform consists of a set of services, application programming interfaces (APIs), and protocols that provide the functionality for developing multitiered, web-based applications.

Struts Interview Questions - Question Set 1

Struts Interview Questions

1. What is Struts?
1.Struts is a web page development framework and an open source software that helps developers build web applications quickly and easily. Struts combines Java Servlets, Java Server Pages, custom tags, and message resources into a unified framework. It is a cooperative, synergistic platform, suitable for development teams, independent developers, and everyone between.

Python Interview Questions - Question Set 1

Python Interview Questions

1. What is Python?
Python is an interpreted, interactive, object-oriented programming language. It incorporates modules, exceptions, dynamic typing, very high level dynamic data types, and classes. Python combines remarkable power with very clear syntax. It has interfaces to many system calls and libraries, as well as to various window systems, and is extensible in C or C++. It is also usable as an extension language for applications that need a programmable interface. Finally, Python is portable: it runs on many Unix variants, on the Mac, and on PCs under MS-DOS, Windows, Windows NT, and OS/2.

Networking Interview Questions - Question Set 1

Networking Interview Questions

1. What is Beaconing
The process that allows a network to self-repair networks problems. The stations on the network notify the other stations on the ring when they are not receiving the transmissions. Beaconing is used in Token ring and FDDI networks.

.Net Interview Questions - Question Set 1

.Net Interview Question

1. What is a static class?
2. What is static member?
3. What is static function?
4. What is static constructor?
5. How can we inherit a static variable?

Java EJB Questions - Question Set 1

Java EJB Questions

Q.1  What is EJB?
Ans. Enterprise JavaBeans (EJB) technology is the server-side component architecture for the Java 2 Platform, Enterprise Edition (J2EE) platform. EJB technology enables rapid and simplified development of distributed, transactional, secure and portable applications based on Java technology.

Java Interview Questions - Question Set 2

Java Interview Questions 

1. Can we declare an anonymous class as both extending a class and implementing an interface?
Ans. No. An anonymous class can extend a class or implement an interface, but it cannot be declared to do both

Java Interview Questions - Question Set 1

Java Interview Questions

1. Why a thread blocks or enters to waiting state on I/O?
A Threads enters to waiting state or block on I/O because other threads can execute while the I/O operations are performed.

Preparation Resources

Wednesday, September 22, 2010

Preparation Resources

Groups Discussion Tips and Tricks

Groups Discussion Tips and Tricks



Placement Papers

Placement Papers

SEO Executive Jobs in Fin Infocom Pvt Ltd(Hyderabad)

Fin Infocom Pvt Ltd
Walk in Interview :- 21st to 25th Sept 2010

Positions :- SEO Executive

Location :Hyderabad

Qualification – Any Graduate – Any Specialization,PG – Any PG Course – Any Specialization, Experience :0 Years

Description :
Should be familiar with SEO techniques like, Search Engine submission, directory/Classified submission, Link building, Keyword working & promotion, familiar with social media optimization etc.Candidates should posses knowledge in SEO.Candidates must be willing to work in night shifts.Candidates who finished their SEO training can apply for this job.

PHP Certified Professionals Recruitment in Spider Infomedia Private Limited

Spider Infomedia Private Limited

Positions :- PHP Certified Professionals
Job Location : - Chennai

Qualification – B.Sc – Computers
Experience :0 - 1 Years

Walk-In For Technical Support Executive In Shivsans BPO

Shivsans BPO
Walk in Interview :- 21st to 25th Sept 2010

Positions :-Technical Support Executive

Job Location :Hyderabad

Qualification – Any Graduate – Any Specialization,PG – Any PG Course – Any Specialization
Experience :0 - 2 Years

Graduate Trainee Jobs in TCS

Graduate Trainee Jobs in TCS

Last Date :- 30th Sept 2010

Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) is one of the world's leading information technology companies. Through its Global Network Delivery Model™, Innovation Network, and Solution Accelerators, TCS focuses on helping global organizations address their business challenges effectively.

Eligibility: BSc, BCA
Location: Any where in India
Job Category:IT/Software, 
Job Type:Full Time
Hiring Process:Written-test, Face to Face Interview

Science Graduates (with Mathematics in +2 Level)
Branch : B.Sc (IT/Computer Science/Mathematics/Statistics/Physics/Chemistry/Electronics/Bioinformatics)/ BCA.
Year of passing out : 2011
Cut of Percentage : Consistent Performance (50 % and above ) in Class X, XII and Graduation

Apply :- Log in to to apply. On registration, candidates will receive a hall ticket which they are requested to carry at the venue. Candidates will not be permitted to take the test without the Hall ticket.

Engineering/ Science Graduates Jobs in Wipro Technologies

Wipro Technologies 
Walk-In Engineering/ Science Graduates 
Last Date :- 25 Sept 2010

Wipro Technologies, a leading global IT services company offers bright young minds exciting careers at locations across India.

Eligibility: BE/B.Tech, BSc (Computer Science, Electronics / Applied Electronics, Mathematics / Applied Mathematics, Physics / Applied Physics, Statistics / Applied Statistics), MS, MCA, ME/M.Tech

Location: Any where in India

Job Category:IT/Software, Others

Type:Full Time Hiring Process:Walk - In.

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