Online Training in Telecommunication

February 21, 2010

If you want to learn sitting at your home an industry endorsed course for Telecom and Wireless professionals here is your chance.
The course is titled as “Certificate program for Telecom and Wireless professional” and has been prepared by leading industry trainers who have 22 years of rich corporate experience in telecom wireless and embedded technologies and have developed and delivered technology and competence building programs for over 1000 participants from Sasken, Wipro, Kyocera, IBM, Honeywell and others. It is designed to make learning very useful for application in industry scenarios.
You get a chance to interact with the faculty, subject matter experts as well as with co-students. It also includes questions asked by companies during job interviews.

Pre-requisites = you need to be a science/diploma or engineering student aspiring for a career in telecommunication.

Course Content: Certificate Course – Telecom and wireless Professional
1. Data Communication
2. Exploring CDMA Networks
3. GSM Networks
4. Data communication over GPRS Networks
5. Evolution to 3G UMTS Networks
6. Wireless Data Communication using Wi-Fi 802.11
7. Exploring Telecom Technologies
8. Telecom Operations Management

Course Details:
The course is designed to be self paced and self timed as per your need.
The course fee is only Rs. 6000 for a limited time after which the course will be available for Rs. 11,500.
You can complete the entire training online (you just need a computer and internet connection). You will be given a unique user id and password after you make the payment.

FAQS
Q. What is the credibility of this course?
A. This course has been prepared by corporate trainers who provide training in top notch companies, the course content is same as given in the internal training provided by companies after fresher induction. Over 1200 engineers have undergone this training. This course is endorsed by leading telecommunication companies such as Sasken and Teleca.

Q. Will this course land me a job?
A. This course is written based on the requirement of companies working in telecommunications. There are many companies working in this area in India and there are openings at various levels. Companies like prepared candidates who have genuine interest in the job they are going to do and after going through this course you would be able to prove your proficiency levels in telecommunications.

Q. How long do I have access to this online material?
A – Course enrollments are valid for 6 months. Extensions of up to another 30 days may be granted upon request.

More details available upon request.
Contact us by sending a mail to info@jobsamiksha.com. Please mention subject of email as “Telecom Online Course”.

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Frequently asked interview questions – X

September 17, 2007

Tenth (and last) in the series of frequently asked interview questions

Question: 91. What can you do for us that someone else cannot do?

Answer: Again this question offers you a chance to present your USP. So it becomes important for you to understand the details of the job and give an answer that should reflect your skills and experience. Try to mention every aspect of your academics experience, achievements and responsibilities in your conversation, as the interviewer may not have caught all the information.

Question: 92. Do you prefer to work with others or on your own?

Answer: You have to first understand the requirements of the job and answer should be accordingly to convince the interviewer that you are appropriate for the job. If the job demands teamwork then you should enjoy working with others and if you have to do any kind of individual work like data entry, then you might be enjoy work on your own. However, a good answer can be that you enjoy both working in a team with complete co-operation and also enjoy doing my part of the project individually. You can give an example of your previous job.

Question: 93. Have you ever had to work closely with a person you didn’t get along with? How did you handle the situation?

Answer: The main intention of the interviewer that you are able to put all personal difference aside and give only priorities to work. Here you should show your flexible nature and can get along with anybody to make the work done. Give also some of your previous work related example.

Question: 94. Why do you want to become a supervisor?

Answer: The best answer might be that you want to grow yourself professionally and personally also want to build a team in which you will be able to share your ideas and experience with others for better performance.

Question: 95. How would you evaluate your present organization?

Answer: Explain the valuable experience you have gained from the previous or present organization. Never mention anything negative otherwise the interviewer will assume that you were not loyal to the previous farm and can continue with this kind of attitude.

Question: 96.What are you doing, or what have you done to reach your career objectives?

Answer: Talk about all kinds of academics and training programs that you’re doing for shaping your career.

Question: 97. Are you a good supervisor or team leader?

Answer: Yes, my co-workers and team members like me respect me for my contribution and so I guess that I am a good supervisor/team leader.

Question: 98. If you could start again, what would you do differently?

Answer: Here self-revealing is not important.

Example – Though everyone wants to make some changes but I think, I have learnt a lot from all of my mistakes and hope can use my experience in prospect.

Question: 99. How would you RATE me as an interviewer?

Answer: You should answer this in a friendly manner. This question is to measure how you react under pressure. You should repeat this question with a smile and may say calmly that it is one of the tough interview you have ever been attain with some different kinds of questions but I think I have succeed in this

Question: 100. What is your salary history? Do you expect that pattern to continue?

Answer: Here you have to describe the salary structure of your last organization and the percentage of increment that you had got at the end of the term. Also mention that increment depends on the overall performance and the extra responsibilities that one bears. However, every company should provide excellent reward to its employees for their committed effort.

You can also explain the negative aspects or drawbacks of the previous company’s salary structure that forced you to look for a better company where I will be rewarded according to my performance.

Every organization or institution requires good professionals in different fields, who are capable of taking the organization forward. So it becomes essentials for every candidate who comes for interview to present himself/herself in a professional way in order to become a part of the organization. To be successful in an interview needs attire, confidence, poise and excellent communication skills. Most interviews are competency based and so candidates are asked to answer a number of questions in order to demonstrate their practical knowledge and their ability to tackle adverse situation.

Apart from doing a little research on the company, it will better to prepare answer to some common interview questions the interviewer is likely to ask as such as: tell me about yourself, what are your strengths and weakness, why do you want to work here, why should we hire you, etc. Here are a number of commonly asked questions that can give you an overall idea about the kind of questions that an interviewer asks and surely this will boost your confidence in any interview


Placement Statistics Vellore Institute of Technology

September 17, 2007

2007 – Vellore Institute of Technology

TCS = 2.7 (PG) 2.4 (UG)
CTS = 2.4
Infosys = 2.7
Wipro = 2.4
Patni = 2.2
Satyam = 3.53
Oracle = 5.8
Honeywell = 3.67
Cybernet = 1.6
Hexaware = 2.2
Carritor = 2.0
and I dont rem other companies

2008

most of the companies in the above list are paying more than 3 lakhs

In addition

Microsoft = 9.12
Integra = 6
Informatica = 5.5
Oracle – 6
GE = Dont rem , but good
Computer Associates = > 5
Honeywell = around 4

I forget the entire list , but its a good package for 2008 . average is 4


Frequently asked interview questions – IX

September 11, 2007

Ninth in the series of frequently asked interview questions

Question: 81. Why have you had so many employers in the last two years?

Answer: If you are employed as a temp with different companies, then it is obvious that you will face this question. However, don’t take it as a negative aspect as most of organizations have both fulltime and temporary workers. Show your years of experience and the skills that you have picked up in these various companies and feel proud that you are able to work in different environments. Also mention the education you learn while working in these companies in temporary basis.

 

Question: 82. What have you gained from your work experience?

Answer: Pick out one or two work experience and explain it in detail and express what you have learnt from your activities. You can also answer, “My experience taught me to develop my interpersonal skill and lead my team. Also you can mention how you guided your teammates in different conditions that enhance your self-confidence.

 

Question: 83. How would you rate your persuasive skills? Give me proof of your persuasiveness.

Answer: T his answer should reflect your leadership quality but don’t mention any example in which you are working as a team leader, rather explain a situation in which you actually don’t have authority but still you were able to convince others. Describe your responsibility and the out come of your persuasion and why and how others came forward to co-operate you. Also mention you have got any reward for your effort.      

 

Question: 84. How would you react if your manager, your supervisor and your team leader ask you to do something at the same time?

Answer: The interviewer tries to find out the way you handle pressure and how you identify priorities? So you have to first check the level of priority of each responsibility and on the basis of that choose the most crucial one to do first.

 

Example: Suppose your manager is asking you to arrange an office party in the coming week and at the same time you have to submit the project to your supervisor you are working for, then you should give priority to the project as it is more important. Later you can report your manager that the party can be arranged within a couple of days. The manager can very well understand you’re responsibilities and would appreciate for your better supervision.

 

Question: 85. It’s your first job. Do you think that you would be able to handle the job despite your lack of experience?

Answer: If you are a fresher, the interviewer may ask this question. However, it will better for you to first find out the basics needed for the job and do some ground works accordingly. Give examples of your interest, expertise, and academics, and relate them to the current job.

 

You can also take help of some professionals and same kind of organization in collecting information on this field, which can make them feel that you are interested. So the most important thing is to match your skills with the occupation.

 

Question: 86. Are you creative? Are you analytical? Can you work under pressure?

Answer: Hey, you got to give an affirmative answer with a suitable example as these questions test your confidence and capability. Since past achievements are indication for your future success talk about your past experience, achievements and while explaining stick to what you can do. Also discuss a particular assignment in which you excelled yourself.          

 

Question: 87. Do you consider yourself a natural leader?

Answer: The interviewer can baffled you with this question; however, you have to come with yes with good explanation. Most of us don’t actually show that much of confidence to lead but here you have to pick out some of your skills that you have used in your previous organization or which will be useful for this one also. Yes, you have to focus on your interpersonal skills.

 

Question: 88. Tell me about your life at College or University.

Answer: School, college and universities are full of opportunities, so the interviewer wants to find out what qualities you have gained in these period to develop a good personality. No needs to look your past regretfully pointing out any unsuccessful things, rather present what you have learnt in a positive way so that the interviewer can assess your capability. Be honest, whether your experiences were all good or not.

 

Question: 89. Do you have the required qualifications to handle this job?

Answer: This question is to prove your credibility by demonstrating the skills you have learnt. If the job is technical in nature, you need to present your technical knowledge at the interview. Employers may use service data agencies to verify your details mentioned in the CVs, so avoid any kind of small lies in the details of your CVs.

 

Again, it’s important for you to know the required qualification otherwise it will not possible for you to show your eligibility. So study first the basic qualification required for the respective post and then highlight your selling points i.e. experience, skills, achievements and academics by targeting the job to prove their relevance to the job.        

 

Question: 90. Do you consider yourself organized? And do you manage your time well?

Answer: Here you have to proof your skills regarding time and task management. You can answer that you manage your time very well by completing your project before schedule. Also mention any project that you have completed in time and can tell the interviewer about your performance reviews in the previous job.


HeadStrong

September 11, 2007

Headstrong

Brand value: Average

Onsite Opportunities: Not much.

Work Environment: Very cool and supportive.

Work pressure/Work-Life Balance: Not much of workload. Though depends on the project. But you’ll surely not regret at any moment that you are eating software, sleeping software 🙂 Flexi timings helps you fulfill all your personal obligations.

Satisfaction with salary and quality of work: Salary is good. But quality of work, well again, depends on the project.

 

What type of work they do: There are projects on development, maintenance/ enhancement, and support. Most of them are maintenance / enhancement. Very few are Purely development.

 

Some positives and negatives of the company:

Positives: Very nice work culture, no dress code, Flexi timings, cool n friendly people.

Negatives: you may sometime not get good work if you are “really” interested in doing well in Software Industry.

 

Do you recommend your company to others: I wont recommend to freshers coming with a dream of becoming Next-Gen Bill Gates. For the people keen on learning Finance, Banking, Security Market etc, this is the place and these are the people. But in the end it is the Salary that does matter, so i do recommend!

 


Frequently asked interview questions – VIII

August 23, 2007

Eigth in the series of frequently asked interview questions

Question: 71. How would you react if I told you that your interview, so far, was TERRIBLE?
Answer: Never panic if you hear this question as the interviewer is just asking and not saying that it is terrible. He just tries to figure it out the way to react to criticism. No need to angry or show any kind of rigid attitude rather listen the question and response it calmly.

Question: 72. How did you handle challenges?
Answer: Point out a specific situation in which you do some extra thing to find out a solution for the problem. Even you can mention a situation in which you have to complete the task within a deadline and how you manage to submit the entire project before schedule.

Question: 73. What were your expectations for the job?
Answer: Interviewer wants to find out what you expected from your previous job and to what extent they met your expectation. Discuss honestly whether the position really workout for you or not but don’t rely more on negative aspect. Also mention if you have gone through certain kind of training for improving yourself according to the job. Always focus on the job and not the company, co-workers or your supervisor.

Question: 74. What motivates you?
Answer: The interviewer is just trying to figure it out the key to your being successful in this particular kind of job. Here you should focus on your interest and what you liked most about this job. You may mention that new challenges while handling new projects and a thirst to learn something new motivate you to give your hundred percent to your job for both personal satisfaction as well as for the point of view of organization.

Question: 75. What was most / least rewarding?
Answer: This is one of the tricky question through which interviewer wants to find out things that you give prominence. The most important thing that do mention any responsibilities in the list of least rewarding that are going to be a part of this job. Always focus on things that are most rewarding and give prominence to positive value regardless of the question.

Question: 76. You would have admired someone for his or her work, what made you make him your role model?
Answer: This does not hold that much importance as far as interviewee is concerned but one can answer it in three different ways:
1st – I have no role model though there are several people that mostly admires for their work which they do with complete dedication.
2nd – Point out a list of very prominent personality and explain their positive values that makes you consider as your role model.
3rd – Even you can include any one of your close as your role model with explanation of his personality.

Question: 77. What sorts of decisions are most difficult for you?
Answer: The interviewer wants to find out whether you are hesitant or inclusive over important issues or not. One of the best answers can be that you are hesitant over an issue in which you have less knowledge. So trying to find out the best of information about the topic before coming into any final conclusion.

However, your answer should not reflect any weakness and try to point out any situation in which you have to make a decision without sufficient information. Also include in your answer that whenever you have to take a quick decision, you usually bank on your experience.

Question: 78. Tell us about a time when you had a personality clash with your co-worker or boss?
Answer: The main intention of the interviewer is to find out how comfortable you are in getting along with others or not. Also the interviewer tries to find out what kind of co-workers or boss you want to work with. While answering this question is a little diplomatic and try to evade the question with a soft answer.
Example: I have never face such situation and easily gotten along well with everyone I worked with.
If you have come across such situation, then fell free to talk about the arrogant boss or irresponsible co-workers you have had to deal with.
One can answer this question by distinguishing personality clash and clash of values but focus should be on work ethics. Talk about how your boss forced to do something unethical or how the irresponsibility of co-workers led to a conflict.

Question: 79. What qualities are essential to work in a team?
Answer: It depends on the position one is applying for, if job requires working long hour alone, and then you can say that you love to work alone. But if you have to work with others then no need to say that you are uncomfortable with people. The most important thing is to get along with others in the workplace while working on team project.

Question: 80. How would you handle rejection?
Answer: While answering this question one should not take it personally or get dejected. You should consider it as a part of job profile and take something positive out of it.