Posted by Rashmi Priya on March 16, 2011 in
First Pamphlet of Attitude School has been released by Rashmi Priya. Go through the list of training program at - http://www.attitudeschool.com/programs. It lists training programs which are conducted at Attitude School. The course curriculum is designed for School Students, College Students, Working and non – working professionals who face problems in their career due to poor soft skills. Duration of Courses vary from one month to one and a half month. It is conducted 3 days in a week for one hour.
Posted by Rashmi Priya on March 15, 2011 in
Current education employ-ability gap in India is very challenging. Every individual is busy adding more and more qualifications in their resume. They just want a job by hook or by crook and rest else doesn't matters. Its ripe time that a candidate looks within himself and finds out, is it only the lack of qualifications which is responsible for his/ her unemployment or is it something else. Is it their wrong attitude ? Wrong way of self presentation ? Or poor communication skills which is responsible for their unemployment.
Posted by Rashmi Priya on March 7, 2011 in
Soft Skills training is the need of the hour. A lot of money is spent on acquiring hard skills but we over look the soft skills. Students add more and more degrees to their resume but when it comes to qualifying the interview very few gets selected. Whats the reason ? They lack proper communication skills. These candidates are not able to communicate their message to the interviewer hence they get dis qualified. We at Attitude School has addressed this problem at the ground level and have come up with a curriculum to suit the needs of today's job seeker.
Posted by lomesh kumar on March 5, 2011 in
Hazrat Tajuddin Baba was one of the five Perfect Masters (Sadgurus) of his Age. Such is the play of nature known as maya (illusion) that this Perfect Master was declared a lunatic and kept in confinement in the Nagpur Lunatic Asylum for more than sixteen years. However, Baba Tajuddin started his divine play from this place and virtually converted the asylum to a place of worship. Baba Tajuddin was born on the 21st of January in the year 1861 at a place called Kamthi situated near Nagpur in the state of Maharastra.
Posted by Rashmi Priya on February 2, 2011 in
Need a job ? Apply through job site. Gone are the days when candidates used to rush with their CV from one company to another looking for job. Now a days things have been made very easy. A job seeker can apply for job just at the click of a button. There are many job sites running online like monster.com, naukri.com, ebharatjobs.com – for experienced professionals and simplyfreshers.com – for freshers. These job sites can be accessed by any candidate from anywhere. They should have a well prepared CV to apply directly through the website.
Posted by Jamnagar on January 14, 2011 in
I can still recall that day crystal clear in my mind, when I first visited Raman Science center in 1997 when our school had arranged a 1 Day visit to Raman Science Center. All of us were very enthusiastic and restless to see the Science Gallery / Museum and recently opened Planetarium at that time. The Centre proved to be more than our expectations!
Posted by Rashmi Priya on December 25, 2010 in
Dress code is very important aspect of interview. Improper dressing or shabby dressing can create troublesome situation. Dressing properly can create positive results in favor of a candidate. Here are few points about dress code for men and women. Men - 1) Hairs should be properly cut. No Stylish cuts until applying for modeling job. 2) Black or Dark blue suits give a corporate look. 3) Shirts should be light in shade such as creme or white. Avoid wearing dark colored shirts. 4) Shocks should be dark colored with black shoes. No light colored shocks. No stylish shoes.
Posted by Naveen Mahesh Agrawal on December 9, 2010 in
Shree Guru Charan Saroj Raj, Nij Man Mukar Sudhari, Barnau Raghuvar Bimal Jasu, Jo dayaku Phal Chari With the dust of Guru's Lotus feet, I clean the mirror of my mind and then narrate the sacred glory of Sri Ram Chandra, The Supereme among the Raghu dynasty. The giver of the four attainments of life. Budhi heen Tanu Janike, Sumirow, Pavan Kumar, Bal Buddhi Vidya Dehu Mohi, Harahu Kalesh Bikaar Knowing myself to be ignorent, I urge you, O Hanuman, The son of Pavan! O Lord! kindly Bestow on me strength, wisdom and knowledge, removing all my miseries and blemishes.
Posted by Vinay Yadav on December 5, 2010 in
By Kerala Varma Nagpur city is a melting pot of several cultures from the tribal background of Gonds, Nizam’s Subedars, Bhonsales, the British, and neo Budhists and now the seat of Hindu arm of political awakening propounded by late Golwalkar and his followers. The city with its Zero milestone is in more than several ways the center of India and its population of over 15 lakhs represent every community in the country. Meethaneem Baba ka Dargah in the lunar month of Mohurram attract all kinds of people in the winter
Posted by Rashmi Priya on November 26, 2010 in
Group Discussion is a discussion among participants who have an agreed topic. Group discussion is basically carried out by institutes and companies to check the behavior of a candidate in a group. His leadership qualities, listening abilities and problem solving skills. They check his team spirit and confidence. Group Discussion can be classified into Four types :- 1. Factual Topics - Factual Topics are day to day affairs. 2. Controversial Topics - Controversial topics are argumentative in nature.