It has begun. You’re in a college. In 2-4 years, you will be ready to spread your wings and take flight to a wonderful career. But are you employable? People often think that being hired in a decent company or scoring the job role you want is about luck, or how smart you are already. … Continue reading How to Start Preparing for Placements early into your Graduation
As an Electronics and Communication engineering student, I was always concerned about my future in this domain because I had no idea of the job prospects. While exploring the career opportunities and the areas where I can grow myself, I came across a wide variety of information. A chaotic mind cannot focus on the course … Continue reading My navigation through the complex world of jobs as an ECE graduate
Rahul saw Tina sitting dejected in a corner. “What happened, Tina?”, he asked. Tina pointed him to the list of students placed in the recent drive. Rahul knew in an instant. “College will end in three months, Rahul. I really wanted to put my mother’s anxiety about my future to rest”, said Tina between sobs. … Continue reading How Tina mastered Quantitative Ability
Rahul had cracked the online examination of a corporate giant and received the highest package in his batch. People started coming to him, asking for his advice. One day, his best friend Anjali was sitting alone in the classroom, clearly worried about something. When Rahul talked to her, she said, “I have studied so hard, … Continue reading How Anjali mastered Logical Reasoning…
The fact that you have made it to a reputed engineering college shows how hard you have prepared to crack the entrance exams. However, as soon as you enter the first year, you are sure to come across various myths, regarding your studies or the overall college experience. But beware they can detract you from … Continue reading Myths about the first year of engineering college
The move from high school to college can be terrifying, especially for engineering students. You must go through so many stringent screening and selection processes before you get an entry into your dream college that you completely overlook the challenge ahead, which is surviving the first year of engineering. First-year can be a nightmare for … Continue reading Tips for surviving the first year of engineering college
Internet is a treasure trove of information on every topic one can imagine. In a poll conducted by Aon, 58% of candidates said that they use educational websites to prepare for an interview. But which ones will serve your interests best? There are websites like Glassdoor.com, which give valuable insights into the company culture and … Continue reading Websites that can help you prepare for your first job interview
Students often take up core engineering, but when it comes to taking up their first job, they often listen to their peers and parents and end up taking IT jobs. However, if your passion is core engineering, a job in the IT industry is very likely to leave you frustrated after a few years and, … Continue reading How to prepare for your first core job interview?
No job is entirely free of stress. However, some jobs can be more demanding and can subject you to stressful situations on a daily basis. In such scenarios, interviewers conduct stress interviews to evaluate whether a candidate is likely to cope up with the pressure of the job. Such an interview can be a nerve-wracking … Continue reading How to handle stress interviews?
In this competitive world, going for a job interview with an academic gap can often make you feel under-confident. However, the fact is that most students who have taken a gap year find that it has benefited them greatly. Though challenging, explaining these benefits in a way which strikes a chord with an employer is … Continue reading How to defend a gap year in your studies during your first job interview?