As we are looking for an opportunity for various reason that effect to our carriers commitment. Prime face there is very common thing when you are doing your job then why you should go for interview.

Mostly candidates are applying jobs updating their CV’S in Portals for regular updates for job opportunity but if you are recently joined with your company and trying to settle down yourself, but thinking for more job interviews for various reasons.

  • Boss is not good
  • Some commitments are not fulfilled by company when they said in interview
  • Just Try if any better Packages

And many reason can be arise but as per our suggestion you should work in a company as longest you can work min.1 yr becoz as long as you are stable in a company then your CV or Face value will increase.


Once you make up your mind for changing your job then follow below ideas:

  1. Apply your profile updated with current package details at all job portals or search jobs through portals advance search engine.
  2. Give proper response to consultants or HR People who is trying to call you for interviews.
  3. Attend interview on right time with right attitude.
  4. Take follow up with HR once you complete your interview but keep patience.
  5. And accept if you are not selected that not mean you are not qualified! Some times your criteria or small mistakes makes you fail.

Keep trying for your job and be honest with your carrier.


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Manage Your Time!

We are trying to solve you time manage by simple way read following article for your updates.
Tip 1: Prioritize Your Tasks
The key here is to remain focused on important tasks and small jobs that must get done to prevent overlooking anything. One of the best ways to prioritize is create a “to-do list. First, list all the tasks that need to be accomplished, and to be most efficient, rank them in order of importance. Keep the list realistic. If the list is too long it will become discouraging at the start of the day itself.

Tip 2: Get the Job Done Right the First Time
The key to avoiding mistakes is acknowledging the problems that cause the mistakes and then correcting the problems and determining what “to do” or “not to do” to prevent them from reoccurring. You should be able to detect a pattern of mistakes and find a simple solution to the problem. Doing a task in hurry in a quality less way will any way result in you working on the task all over again, so why not do it right in the first time itself?

Tip 3: Do Not Waste Time
When you do not fully understand the purpose of your role, a lot of time is spent questioning. This can result in tasks being done incorrectly, which wastes time. You will work more efficiently if you understand the importance of the task and your role in it.Tip 4: Delegate Tasks
Because effective time management is the goal, delegating should be a tool in your time management tool kit. While delegating tasks may not actually save time, its real purpose is to give tasks to the appropriate people. When the need arises, it is also useful to “swap” or assign certain tasks to specific people who would be in a better position than you to carry out the task. For eg: If you like driving the car then maybe your husband can do the dishes at home. 


Tip 5: Reward Yourself
The first thing you need to do is decide upon your goal. Let’s say that it’s to reach your work place on time. Now, you’ll simply need to put yourself on a reward/punishment program and stick to it! If you accomplish the goal, take yourself out for pizza, or give yourself some other treat. But, if you don’t, you should take away something of importance-like that extra cup of coffee in the morning, or that dessert at lunch to feel the consequences of not following through. If you truly want to stop shunning work and learn to manage your time better, you should seriously consider doing something about it, because if you don’t, the behavior will only continue.

Focusing on these common areas of managing time should reduce the amount of time spent on each task. The problem of time management has worsened with corporate down-sizing. Employers are running leaner and meaner organizations in which three people are being asked to do what six used to do. Given the huge numbers of employees caring for children or aging parents, the idea of time management has expanded beyond managing just workplace tasks. As a result, more individuals require time management training in hopes that time management skills can help keep fast-paced, multi-taskers on track, and even improve the quality of their lives and work. You will be surprised how “values” trump “excuses” and how knowing yours will help you take back the driver’s wheel of your life .

“Good time management skills focus as much on achieving quality as they do on the time saved”.

Top 15 odd interview questions BY Companies!! By Silicon News

What is the philosophy of Martial Arts? or If you could be any superhero, who would it be? – Don’t be surprised, these are some of the odd interview questions shared on the IT careers portal Glassdoor.com. Hiring as been on high in again especially in IT after the global economic downturn and top technology companies like Apple, Facebook, Google have surprised many job applicants with such odd questions which are very tricky but has no definitive answer at all. Here are the top 15 odd questions companies asked in 2010.
How many basketballs can you fit in this room. This was a question asked by Google to one of the job seekers who felt it’s odd enough and an answer seems downright impossible.
The global investment banking and securities firm Goldman Sachs asked a job aspirant for the post of an analyst – If you were shrunk to the size of a pencil and put in a blender, how would you get out? The analyst had no idea as to how to analyze this question to give a satisfactory answer.
The smart and the world’s biggest social networking site Facebook had a very smart but an off-the-wall question to a candidate applied for a software engineer post – Given the numbers 1 to 1000, what is the minimum numbers guesses needed to find a specific number if you are given the hint “higher” or “lower” for each guess you make – which left him with no guesses. 
How many ridges around a quarter? The project analyst candidate was stunned with the whacky question by Deloitte interviewers for which a definite answer was impossible.
A sales associate applicant was asked by the supplemental insurance Aflac – What is the philosophy of Martial Arts? – who really wished he knew a bit of martial arts then.
Explain me what has happened in this country during the last 10 years? – for a consultant post at Boston Consulting – too broad a question to even come close to answering.  
IBM asked for a software engineer position: How do you weigh an elephant without using a weigh machine? – A question beyond the reach of a software engineer to even attempt to answer it.
Rate yourself on a scale of 1 to 10 how weird you are – asked at Capital One and the candidate wonders what would be the weirdness of this question.
Amazon asked to a managerial position – If you had 5,623 participants in a tournament, how many games would need to be played to determine the winner? – A question that leaves the candidates with no other options but to call it a quit. 
How many traffic lights in Manhattan? – Argus Information & Advisory Services asked during an interview for the position of an analyst.
Apple showed its touch of uniqueness even in the interview with a question quite enough to confuse the candidate – There are three boxes, one contains only apples, one contains only oranges, and one contains both apples and oranges. The boxes have been incorrectly labeled such that no label identifies the actual contents of the box it labels. Opening just one box, and without looking in the box, you take out one piece of fruit. By looking at the fruit, how can you immediately label all of the boxes correctly?
Another question asked for a project manager position at Epic Systems is even funnier – An apple costs 20 cents, an orange costs 40 cents, and a grapefruit costs 60 cents, how much is a pear? 
You have 8 pennies, 7 weight the same, one weighs less. You also have a judges scale. Find the one that weighs less in less than 3 steps. – Intel asked this during an interview for validation engineer.
How many bottles of beer are drank in the city over the week? – asked the global information and measurement firm, The Nielsen Company asked for a research analyst position.
Out of 25 horses, pick the fastest 3 horses. In each race, only 5 horses can run at the same time. What is the minimum number of races required? – asked for the position of a Financial Software Developer by Bloomberg LP.
Although they say the intention of such bizarre questions is to evaluate how one would react in stressful and challenging situations, candidates are often effaced by these whacky questions with no definitive answers. We encourage you to drop your comments with any such bizarre questions you have ever come across. 

Looking Pharma Marketing Executives for Andhra Location so Apply Immediately

We are looking very good profiles for Marketing Executives for MNC House so please send your CV with following details:



Send your details as follow:

Applying HQ:
Current Company:
Current Location:
Current Designation:
Current Salary:
Divisons of Experience (As Injectable Ortho etc.):
Experience :
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(Specialty Segment of Inject. Antibiotics)

HQ: Eluru Hyderabad Khammam

Salary: upto 2 Lac

Experience: More then 6 Month in Pharma Sales

Please send your resume and we will revert you shortly.

Gudlesh Patil


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