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Hi,

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Recruitment Drive

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2010 batch Engineering/ Arts & Science Students at Marian College, Kuttikkanam

Date: Tuesday, 9th March, 2010

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Venue: Marian College, Kuttikkanam, Idukki

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Reporting Time:
9.00 AM

Company: Cybernet Slash Support

Job Designation: Support Engineer

Eligibility:
B.Tech/ MCA/ M.Sc/ B.Sc/ BCA (Technical Roles)
MBA/BBA/ B.Com/ BA (Non Technical Roles)

Marks: Minimum 50 % (Till results known)
Not more than 3 standing arrears

Only 2010 pass outs need apply.

Skills Required:
Good communication skills
Candidates with Basic / Fundamentals of Networking, Computer Hardware & Operating Systems will be given preference for Technical support function

Salary: 1.89 lakhs per annum

Benefits:
Transport and Food provided at a Subsidized Rate
Company Medical Insurance Provided
Free Accommodation Support

Job Location: Chennai.

What to bring:
ID card
Updated CV

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Registration fees: 100 Rs to be paid at the venue

ELIGIBLE AND INTERESTED STUDENTS SHOULD GIVE THEIR NAMES TO THE TPC MEMBERS OF THEIR CLASS. STUDENTS WHO ARE PLACED IN INFOSYS OR POORNAM CANNOT ATTEND IN THIS DRIVE.

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LAST DATE TO GIVE THE NAMES : MARCH 4th 2010, 01:00 PM

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STUDENTS SHOULD GIVE THEIR NAME,MOBILE NO, EMAIL ID, COURSE AND BRANCH.

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Regards,

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Toms Varghese,

CEC TPC,

CEC 2010 CS.

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Regards,

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Arunanand T A,

CEC 2010 CS.

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Hi,

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I am happy to inform you that there was a recruitment drive by Infosys on 9th February, 2010 at College of Engineering, Adoor and 60 students of CEC 2010 Batch have been placed! Congrats all!

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Apart from CEC, CoE Adoor and CoE Perumon also participated in the drive. Around 117 students from CEC wrote the Aptitude Test, out of which 71 were admitted to the Interview Session. Out of 71, it’s great to say, 60 were selected by Infy! Likewise, 30 students from CoE Adoor and 20 from CoE Perumon were also placed. A salary of 3.25 Lakhs p.a. was offered to the selected students. (Criteria of selection were 65% aggregate upto Semester V and no current arrears).

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The Aptitude Test contained two parts: Arithmetic Reasoning (30 questions within 40 minutes) and Verbal Ability (40 questions with 35 minutes). Generally, the former part seemed to be comparatively simple, while the latter was a bit tough to complete within the stipulated time.

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The interview was purely HR. No technical questions were asked. There were around 8 interview panels, and most of the questions asked were based on what we’d written in the resumes. It took around 5-10 minutes for a person to complete the interview.

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I am happy to hear that Infy guys are extremely satisfied with the performance of students of CEC. And it’s a recent high number of students, in CEC, being placed in a single drive. Special thanks to CEC TPC.

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List of Students (CEC 2010 Batch) placed in Infosys on 09-Feb-2010

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Lists of Students of CEC 2010 Batch Placed in Infosys through the drive conducted at CoE, Adoor on 9th February, 2010. A total of 60 students from CEC were placed - Part 1 of 3...

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Lists of Students of CEC 2010 Batch Placed in Infosys through the drive conducted at CoE, Adoor on 9th February, 2010. A total of 60 students from CEC were placed - Part 2 of 3...

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Lists of Students of CEC 2010 Batch Placed in Infosys through the drive conducted at CoE, Adoor on 9th February, 2010. A total of 60 students from CEC were placed - Part 3 of 3...

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Congratulations!!!

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Regards,

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Arunanand T A,

CEC 2010 CS.

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Things You Should Not Ask During An Interview

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Courtesy: TechnoFIRSTOnline, Authored by Anuja Maheshwari

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Being a fresher will help you to learn a lot. We often come across situations where in we don’t realize what we shouldn’t do. Amongst many a things that we fail to understand as a fresher is, how to interact during an interview. We might know what questions would be asked but interview is an interactive platform so you need to interact with the interviewer. The need to interact is often misunderstood and we end up saying things that will never get you a job.

Most of the interviews end with the interviewer asking you “Do you have any questions for me?” Almost all interviewers will ask if you have any questions, so be prepared to ask something. If you’ve done your research, you should be able to ask an intelligent question or two about the business. But then there are some questions you should avoid asking, come what may ever. The root of the problem is jumping the gun on questions that really should be saved and used only if you get the job offer.

These questions may not always be a job killer but at times you may have to suffer because you couldn’t stop yourself from asking that question that you shouldn’t have. Some of these questions are:

> How many leaves do you provide?
These and related topics about opportunities to get away from the office may make you look like a slacker in the eyes of some. If you get an offer, that’s the time to ask about benefits.

>Will I get an office?
Two things about this question, One the question would make you look like someone who is so self centric and willing to work or might be chitchat in a private dorm. The second thing is that you might have surely presumed that you are hired and with this question, you can be assured that you have ruined the chances of being hired.

>Will there be overtime work?
Many jobs require IT employees to be available 24/7 or on a rotating schedule, so when you ask this question it is not surprising. But don’t risk placing any doubt in the interviewer’s mind about your willingness to be available when needed. It’s not that every IT company will make you slog but then the idea of a candidate unwilling to work a bit extra wont be appealing for the recruiter.

>What’s the stress level here?
Interviews are a point of understanding the future employee and his adaptability in the organization. So when you ask a question like this, the interviewer would surely feel an urge to mark you down for being unsure about yourself. It’s a pointless question, really, because the “level of stress” is a subjective measure. You’d be much more likely to get a useful answer from a prospective coworker.

>What’s your work atmosphere like?
Now that’s a tricky question or might be, if at all you need to ask that question you need to rephrase that. You could have asked about the management system but that too in regards to interviewers comfort with that question. Asking about the work atmosphere is like being worried about them being inhuman, avoid this question.

During an interview you can surely ask questions. Be smart enough to ask intelligent questions. Make sure you don’t lose on the job just because you asked the question that you shouldn’t have.

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Regards,

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Arunanand T A,

CEC 2010 CS.

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Hi,

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Some important synonyms that are likely to be asked for verbal tests is available for download from the link below. Thanks to Rahul Raj for sharing this.

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Download Verbal – Synonyms

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Related Post: https://ceconline.wordpress.com/2009/12/30/resume-models-and-infosys-interviewaptitude-questions-collection

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Regards,

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Arunanand T A,

CEC 2010 CS.

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Dear all,

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I am attaching some resume models and Infosys Interview+Aptitude Questions. All the best for all of you in your job hunting!

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Download Infosys Questions Collection

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Some More Resume Models

(For even more, look at the Download Section of this Blog)

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Regards,

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Arunanand T A,

CEC 2010 CS.

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Dear all,

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Our College Magazine 2008-09 Team visited Mr. Amarnath Raja, a well-known professional and CEO, InApp Solutions on 26th November, 2009 for an interview, for our college magazine 2008-09.

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CEC Magazine 2008-09 Team with Mr. Amarnath Raja on 26-Nov-2009

CEC Magazine 2008-09 Team with Mr. Amarnath Raja on 26-Nov-2009. From Left: Mr. Rahul Raj (2010), Mr. Alok Mohan (2010), Mr. Amarnath Raja (2010), Mr. Jofin Joseph (2010), Mr. Anoop Thomas Mathew (2010), Mr. Sajeesh E S (2010)

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More details of the interview to be published in the magazine, and hence not disclosed here.

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Regards,

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Arunanand T A,

CEC 2010 CS.

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