Wednesday, December 14, 2011

2011 AON Hewitt Placement Paper

1. The average of 2 numbers is ab. If one number is a the other is :

1] b  2] 2b  3] ab – a  4] 2ab-a

2. During one year the population of a town increased by 10 % and during the next year it diminished by 10 %. Then he population now is ______

1] Same as in the beginning    2] greater than that in the beginning
3] less than that in the beginning  4] None of the above

3. If I get Rs. 50 by investing Rs. 5000 for a year, What rate of interest do I charge ?

1] 10 %    2] 1 %  3] 5 %  4] None of these

4. The % equivalent to 3/8th is :

1] 37.5  2] .375  3] 40   4] None of these

5. In a class of 100 students, 48 students secured 40 marks in English, 32 secured 60 marks and the rest 80. Find the average in English for the whole class.

1] 60 2] 19.42 3] 62.66  4] 54.40

6. Which number should be added to 459045 to make it exactly divisible by 27?

1]  3 2] 9 3] 0 4] None of these

7. Find the value of
(v75 - v20 - v48) / (v180 + v108)

1] v5-v3  2] 1/(v5 - v3)  3] v5 - v3 4] None of these

8. Let ‘x’ be an odd number and ‘y’ an even number, which of the following is necessarily Odd ?
i) x + y    ii) x – y iii) x * y

1] (i) only
2] (i) and (ii) only
3] (iii) only
4] (i) and (iii) only

9. What decimal of a rupee is 5p ?

1] 0.5  2] 0.05 3] 0.50  4] 0.005

10. If 100 ! = 100 x 99 x 98 x … x 2 x 1, the maximum power of 20 which will divide 100 ! is

1] 21   2] 22   3] 23    4] 24

11. Rs. 3000 / 150 p = ?

1] Rs. 20 2] 2000 P  3] 2000   4] None of these

12. In a garden, trees are planted in rows. In each row there are as many trees as the number of rows in the garden. If each tree bears as many fruits as the number of trees in each row and if the total number of fruits from the trees in that garden is n, then :

1) n is a perfect square     2) n is an odd number
3) n is an even number     4) n is  a perfect cube.

13. 1-1/2 of 2 = ?
1] 1 2] ¾ 3] ¼  4] none of these

14. 943 – 233 – 713 is atleast divisible  by:

1] 71 and 23
2] 23 and 74
3] 71 and 94
4] 23,71 and 94

15. Real numbers are
1] Terminating decimals
2] non-terminating but recurring decimals
3] non-terminating and non recurring decimals
4] All of these.

16. Find the remainder when the polynomial 3x4 – 6x3 – 4x + 1 is divided by x-3.

1] 418    2] 69  3] 70 4] None of these

17. The value x if 5x / 12-3/8 = ½ is

1] 2  1/10,    2] 3,    3] 5 2/3,    4] 6 1/6

18. If m = -19, n = 23 find the value of v25 n2 + 40 mn + 16 m2

19. I was x years old 5 years ago. How old shall I be 7 years hence ?

1] x +5    2] x + 7  3] x + 12  4] None of these

20. Simplify (x2 – 1)  (x2 – 4)  (x2 + x – 2)  (x2 – x – 2)

1] 0 2] 1    3] x+2    4] (x+2) / (x-1)

21. If a > 0, b>0, then:

1] ½ (a+b) > 1,  2] ½ (a+b) < 2, 3] ½ (a+b) > vab   4] ½ (a+b) > 1/ab

22. Let y2 = (x+5) (x-3) (x-1), then all the real values of x for which y has non zero real values is

1] -5 < x < 1
2] x > 15
3] -5 < x < 1 or x > 3
4] None of these

23. Hari has a piece of cake 60 cm long. He gives Raja half of it. He then gives Gopal 1/4th of what is left. After giving a piece to Sahi, be is left with 1/10th of the original. How much did he give to Sahil ?

1] 21.5 cm 2] 16.5 cm    3] Rs. 5 4] Rs. 3

24. Five apples and 3 oranges cost Rs. 13 while an orange and four apples costs Rs. 9 Find the cost of an apple and an orange.

1] Rs. 2    2] Rs. 1    3] Rs. 5    4] Rs. 3

25. A man loses 1/3rd of his money, then wins Rs. 10 loses 1/3rd of what he has and wins Rs. 20 and finds that he has exactly what be had at the beginning. What was the amount he originally bad ?

1] 25 2] 36    3] 10    4] 48

Friday, August 19, 2011

Group Discussion Tips

1. Always be the initiator and concluder of the GD then being a participant.

2. But if you are participant always try to be the most viral/key participant.

3. put points firmly and always try to get others support too.

4. if you find that the discussion os going off-track then never loose an opportunity to bring it back to stream this is the best point to score max.

5. try to keep latest information on the topic.

6. be very polite , people may try to provoke you to to get more points but try to keep cool.

7. most important don't wait for your turn to speak when discussion is on. interrupt politely if you want to put forward your points.

8. last but not the least keep atab on the time given for discussion. score points by wrapping up the discussion if you feel that the discussion is heating but the time is going to be over.

9. during conclusion, do end with the conclusion note. that shows your leadership quality.

Monday, August 1, 2011


Tip # 1: Don't discuss pay too early As the manager of a software store for 10 years, I can honestly say that questions about pay in the first interview from anyone other than a temporary applicant always bothered me a little. Temp jobs aside, if you are not really out there just for the money, asking this question right out of the gate is going to make any other questions you ask sound conniving and insincere. Unless the subject comes up, don't wade into the issue of the pay in the first interview. You can talk about it after you impress the employer enough for a second interview.

Tip # 2: Talk tech to techies only Feel free to discuss what you know, but remember: If you are talking to a nontechnical manager or human resources representative, you are not going to impress them with talk about life in the trenches. My previous supervisor was totally unimpressed with anything to do with technology. A sure way to put the man to sleep was to begin any story that had to do with computers.When I interviewed for a previous position, the department manager actually had a technically savvy person participate in the interview to ask and respond to questions she would not understand. When I saw this tactic being used, I knew it was not a time to try to impress with a lot of techno babble.
          Answer questions about your work history briefly and keep the tech comments to a minimum until you know the history of the company and the people involved in the hiring process. If you have questions about the technology in use at the site, keep your questions specific and relevant to the position for which you are applying.

Tip # 3: Keep your philosophy to yourself If you hate Bill Gates, Windows XP, and the whole Office Suite, keep it to yourself. Ranting about your tech philosophy can ruin your chances at the position. I once interviewed a young man for a retail sales position in a software store. When I asked about his opinion of the then-new Windows 98, the applicant ranted about "the revolution of UNIX" and loosening the grip of Microsoft on the PC market. I am not exaggerating; the man sounded like he was ready to sign on to a paramilitary group. I almost didn't have the heart to tell him my company was a Value Added Reseller for Microsoft. Chances are, you will work with many people who need your help with one of the Microsoft products, so you don't want to blast the tools you will likely be using and supporting. If you are asked about how you feel about a product, be honest, but don't preach. The interviewer probably just wants to see how you respond to such questions.

Tip # 4: Don't climb the advancement ladder in the interview If you are joining the ranks of a new company, the last thing the interviewer wants to hear is, "How fast can I get out of this job?" Do not ask about opportunities for advancement until the second or third interview. If you are joining a company just to advance into another position, silence is golden. Keep it to yourself unless the interviewer asks or unless it is somehow already known that you'll be advancing quickly. Remember that what you say now can come back to haunt you later. You don't want to brag to someone who might be under your wing after a promotion.
          Further, you never know what may happen if you actually get the job. Learn to accept and adapt and, above all, be happy you have a job. Due to downsizing, a former coworker of mine did not move into the network administration position she wanted and was expecting to get. The bitterness fostered by her broken expectations eventually caused her to resign. In the tight job market of the time-similar to the one now-and with her lack of certified qualifications, she ended up seeking work at a local restaurant.

Tip # 5: Avoid the dreaded electronic interruption Cellular phone and pager etiquette might seem a trivial thing to those that are hooked up, but you can kiss any job opportunity goodbye if you interrupt an interview to take a telephone call, especially if the human resources representative has a low tolerance for personal digital devices. Only if you are exchanging information by invitation should you reveal the fact that you carry a PDA. If you wear it on a belt loop or somewhere that is exposed, lose it, along with any other electrical device hooks and loops, and store them in pocket, purse, or briefcase. If you can't spare the time away from the rest of the world to do an interview, why are you applying for the job?
          I have conducted training classes with people who, when asked to turn off their phones and pagers during class, place their devices in silent mode. When giving a lecture to a class or holding a discussion, watching a person being silently buzzed is terribly distracting and also aggravating. If you think getting rid of electronic communications devices isn't important, just ask
any human resources rep who has had a person answer a cellular phone during a job interview. Then ask if the person got the job.

Tip # 6: Remember to say thank you Beyond thanking your interviewers for their time as you leave, it's vital that you follow up in written form. If the competition for a position is tight, a follow-up thank you note can mean a lot. If the manager is slow to hire, the arrival of a thank-you note can serve as a reminder about the candidate who's awaiting the manager's next move.
Just after you've completed the interview, take note of anything specific you discussed and make a point of referencing it in your thank you letter. Even a nice greeting card is better than nothing. It may seem like a small detail, but the experts will tell you that this tried-and-true tactic really makes an impact. A coworker of mine, who successfully worked as a job coach, used to keep a stack of generic notes in her desk. When a participant in her program applied for a job somewhere, she would give the person one of these notes to have them drop in the mail on the way home.

Wednesday, July 13, 2011

Sample Objective for all Posting

For engineers & diploma holders

Seeking a challenging job to sharpen my skills through hands on experience in an industry and work for the growth of the industry.
 —Guest suriya

My Objective

I am looking for an organization where I can gain knowledge and upgrade my skills to the best to meet the consumer's requirement and satisfaction.
—Guest arasu

General Objectives for resume

To hone my working abilities, serve my fellowmen with sincerity and loyalty, and explore possibilities for the betterment of my future in the service of God.
—Guest General Objectives

What's in It for the Employer?

The Objective, in fact the whole resume, needs to focus on the question the employer is asking him/herself: "What's in it for me?" The objective is not about you. The employer doesn't hire based on what YOU want, s/he hires based on what s/he wants.
—Guest Jack Mulcahy


To work in a company that would trust my knowledge and skills regarding my chosen degree.
—Guest gee

Earning Knowledge

Earning knowledge is enriches our lives. I am looking to earn knowledge in a challenging environment.
—Guest Madhan.K

General Objective for Resumes

I would like to obtain a position that utilizes and further develops each of my skills and will allow me to work my way up into a position of more responsibility.
—Guest USAprofessionals

Jewelry Design Objective

Obtain a position where my current education in Jewelry Design and love of fashion can be used to challenge my creative intuition and to maximize my customer service, leadership, and organizational skills.
—Guest Theresa

Law Teacher, Postsecondary

To obtain a position allowing me to bring to this university my knowledge of political science.
—Guest Erica Taylor

Medical Resume

To employ my knowledge and ideas. I'm looking for an opportunity to contribute in a medical imaging environment.
—Guest krishna

Accounting Objective

A challenging career opportunity utilizing my accounting education, skills and experience to promote the company’s success - one spreadsheet at a time.
—Guest Kathy


Hardworking displaced skilled trades worker looking for employment in any field where I may utilize my languishing skills in production and management with a sincere and dedicated effort to assist the company in meeting and exeeding their production goals.
—Guest Sheri


I am looking for an opportunity in a reputed organization which will help me deliver my best and upgrade my skills in HRM and meet the demands of the organization.

My Objective

I am looking for a management position wherein I can utilize my expertise in human relations, staff recruitment and retention and provides me ample opportunities to apply my skills, to grow and to contribute in the most effective manner by being a key and an effective team player.

HR Resume Objective

Experienced HR Coordinator who enjoys challenges seeking opportunity to learn and that will enable me to use my strong organizational skills, educational background, and ability to work well with people.
—Guest anita sharma

To Lead

To lead the organisation to a higher position with the help of my dynamic skills.
—Guest alina

Customer Service

A position in an organization wherein my knowledge and skills will be further developed to be globally competitive in the business and communications industry.
—Guest rynxtr


Optimum utilization of HR skills and interaction. Development of self and growth of the organization.

Office Position Resume Objective

To obtain a position where I can utilize my experience in an office environment, my ability to adapt and learn quickly, and my ability to work well with others.
—Guest Jess

General Resume Objective

To obtain a career apportunity in an organization where i can apply my diversified background knowledge and skills.
—Guest flor725

for a computer fresher

to utilize my technical and management skills for achieving the target and developing the best performance in the esteemed organisation. i would like to implement my innovative ideas, skills and creativity for accomplishing the projects.
—Guest nikhila

Childcare/Classroom Assistant

Looking to obtain a job in the childcare sector as this is my goal, very responsible, dedicated to looking after children and also bringing and creating a warm atmosphere. To encourage each child's needs.
—Guest Caitlin

Resume Objectives Example

To work in a premier organisation which gives me ample opportunities to apply my skills, to grow and to contribute in the most effective manner by being a key and an effective team player.
—Guest Deepak Boloor

General Resume Objective

To be placed in a company in which I can use my technical skills and leadership qualities to the upliftment of the company and myself.


To employ my knowlegde and ideas in the research and work with dedication and punctuality to bring out the results beneficial to humanity.
—Guest Aamer

Main Objective

To fulfill the challenging projects handled by the organisation.
—Guest Hannah


A self motivated, professional, punctual and courteous individual who desires to not screw up everything I put my hands on and accomplish something meaningful before I die.
—Guest CVN

Environment Lover

Being an Environment lover, my main objective is to bring a revolution into Waste Management Practices, particularly in India. I am focused to get into Waste to Energy Projects, which indeed is a need of time. My dream motto is “Clean Environment, generate Employment & get Enjoyment ever” and being focused, I need to move ahead in the same direction, as I’m already.
—Guest O. Srivastava

Resume objectives

To employ my knowledge and experience with the intention of securing a professional career with opportunity for challenges and career advancement, while gaining knowledge of new skills and expertise.
—Guest juan

Medical Billing and Coding

To secure a position with a well established organization with advancement opportunities utilizing my skills in the field of medical billing and coding.
—Guest Katie

Database Skills

Looking forward to a challenging job in reputable organization to utilize my database and management skills for the growth of organization and myself.
—Guest zinks

Boiler Operator

Dedicate,energetic and motivated team player seeking a career that would enable me to utilize into the boiler operator field. Ability to work successfully in averse and experience situations.Innovative problem solver, who thrives on challenges excels under pressure and gets the job done. Bright, confident and responsive individual, who possesses outstanding interpersonal skills and the ability to resolve problems and disputes.
—Guest dell

Objective Example

To get a suitable job where I will get an opportunity to enhance my abilities in communication and interpersonal skills.
—Guest priyanka

general objective

To employ my knowledge and experience with the intention of securing a professional career with opportunity for challenges and career advancement, while gaining knowledge of new skills and expertise.
—Guest natalie

CPG Objective

To secure a challenging position within an organization which promotes a path for success while providing a stable work environment.
—Guest CPG

General Management

To pursue a rewarding career in Business and General Management where my varied skills can be profitably utilized to achieve corporate objectives
—Guest Raied

How to Create an Objective

My suggestion is to create an objective that coincides with the mission of the organization.
—Guest ddot


A self motivated, professional, punctual and courteous individual seeking the opportunity to meet and greet with an upbeat professional attitude to make each experience a delightfully remembered and enjoyable one.
—Guest Tanya

What You Can Do for the Company

My suggestion is to put in the objective what you can do for the company not what you want them to do for you.
—Guest vishnu

fresher resume

looking for position in IT industry as a Software Programmer/Developer.
—Guest Mahe


Seeking an entry level position in an organization, where there is an opportunity to exhibit strengths and enhance skills while striving for the growth and development of organization
—Guest manik

Entry Level Business

To obtain a position allowing me to utilize my analytical and communication skills in a professional environment
—Guest Sayid

Resume Objective Example

A challenging career opportunity which would help me to utilize my academic background to assist me to gain experience, employ my excellent interpersonal skills, and enable me to make positive contribution.
—Guest sol grace mission

General Resume Objective

Seeking an opportunity to add value by contributing my experience and knowledge while seeking avenues to grow professionally.
—Guest HOTTY2003

Career Change / New Objective

Self motivated problem-solver, well versed in computers and new technology seeking a challenging position that would use strong creative abilities to train, develop, speak and insipre. Possess effective communications skills and the ability to relate with and train persons of all backgrounds and demographics. Have an educational background in sociology and criminal justice in addition to retail and facility management experience. Possess proficiency in regulatory research and analyst reporting. Creative mind and ideas allows for strong problem solving abilities and the ability to think out of the box.

Sales/Service food industry

Seeking challenging position where my skills and experience will significantly contribute to a recognized, substantial, and dynamic company.
—Guest Susan

Department Coordination

Seeking position to use knowledge, skllls and abilities for efficient and successful project or department coordination.
—Guest Guest Irene

Experienced Investigator

I am seeking a full time position with your firm as an investigator. As this resume shows, my experience building a team of experienced investigators and reducing case backlog will provide your office immediate value. I am confident that I can help your firm achieve its objectives.
—Guest Resume Jack

Waiter Resume Objective

Seeking challenging work whereby I could utilize, perform, and accomplish and where I can enhance my knowledge and contribute to the growth of the organization with my skills and experience.
—Guest edgardo tugano

What Can You Do?

My suggestion is to put in the objective what you can do for the company not what you want them to do for you.
—Guest happygirl

Experience and Skills

To obtain a position that utilizes my experience and skills.
—Guest karol

Entry level Marketing

Seeking a Marketing position in an organization where my knowledge will be updated and my skills will be utilized and to enhance my skills through passionate, challenging, career oriented and motivational tasks by working in a dynamic environment in pursuit of a good profession.
—Guest Nadeem

Experienced Technical Writer

Experienced technical writer and communicator with proven skills in the software document industry.
—Guest Joanne Finestein

Thursday, June 30, 2011

Wednesday, June 29, 2011

HR Interview Questions

Tell me about yourself  ?
What are your greatest strengths ?

What are your greatest weakness ?

Tell me about something you did – or failed to do – that you now feel a little ashamed of ?

Why are you leaving (or did you leave) this position ?

The "Silent Treatment"

Why should I hire you?
Aren’t you overqualified for this position?
Where do you see yourself five years from now?
Describe your ideal company, location and job
Why do you want to work at our company?
What are your career options right now?
Why have you been out of work so long ?

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Tuesday, June 28, 2011

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Thursday, March 17, 2011

infosys company profile details


Infosys was founded on 2 July 1981 by seven entrepreneurs, Nagavara Ramarao Narayana Murthy, Nandan Nilekani, Kris Gopalakrishnan, S. D. Shibulal, K Dinesh and with N. S. Raghavan officially being the first employee of the company. The founders started the company with an initial investment of INR 10,000. The company was incorporated as "Infosys Consultants Pvt Ltd." in Model Colony, Pune as the registered office.

Infosys headquarters in Bengaluru, India
Infosys went public in 1993. Interestingly, Infosys IPO was under subscribed but it was bailed out by US investment banker Morgan Stanley which picked up 13% of equity at the offer price of Rs. 95 per share. The share price surged to Rs. 8,100 by 1999. By the year 2000 Infosys's shares touched Rs. 310. This, before the catastrophic incident of September 11th, which caused share prices to suddenly fall.
According to Forbes magazine, since listing on the Bombay Stock Exchange till the year 2000, Infosys' sales and earnings compounded at more than 70% a year.In the year 2000, President of the United States Bill Clinton complimented India on its achievements in high technology areas citing the example of Infosys.Infosys will invest $100 million (Rs 440 crore) on establishing a 20,000-seater campus in Shanghai.
In 2001, it was rated Best Employer in India by Business Today.Infosys was rated best employer to work for in 2000, 2001, and 2002 by Hewitt Associates. In 2007, Infosys received over 1.3 million applications and hired fewer than 3% of applicants.
Infosys was the only Indian company to win the Global MAKE (Most Admired Knowledge Enterprises) award for the years 2003, 2004 and 2005, and is inducted into the Global Hall of Fame for the same

Tuesday, March 1, 2011

list of present chief executive officers[CEO] of IT Companies

* Accenture - William D. Green 
* Adobe Systems - Shantanu Narayen 
* Alcatel-Lucent - Ben Verwaayen 
* Amaz * Accenture - William D. Green 
* Adobe Systems - Shantanu Narayen 
* Alcatel-Lucent - Ben Verwaayen 
* - Jeff Bezos 

* AMD - Dirk Meyer 
* Analog Devices - Jerald G Fishman 
* Anil Dhirubhai Ambani Group - Anil Ambani
* Apple Inc. - Steve Jobs 
* AT&T - Randall L. Stephenson 
* Bharti Telecom - Sunil Bharti Mittal 
* Borland - Tod Nielsen 
* Cisco Systems - John Chambers 
* Cognizant Technology Solutions - Francisco D'Souza 
* Compuware Corporation - Peter Karmanos, Jr. 
* Dell Inc - Michael Dell 
* Digg - Jay Adelson 
* eBay - John Donahoe 
* Electronic Arts - John Riccitiello 
* Ericsson - Carl-Henric Svanberg 
* Facebook - Mark Zuckerberg 
* Free Software Foundation - Richard Stallman 
* General Motors - Edward Whitacre, Jr. 
* Google - Eric E. Schmidt 
* HCL Technologies - Vineet Nayar 
* Hewlett-Packard - Léo Apotheker
* Honeywell - David M. Cote 
* IBM - Samuel J. Palmisano
* Infosys Technologies Limited - Kris Gopalakrishnan 
* Intel - Paul Otellini
* Microsoft - Steven Anthony Ballmer 
* Motorola - Greg Brown
* Mozilla - Mitchell Baker 
* MySQL AB - Marten Mickos
* MySpace - Chris DeWolfe
* Nokia - Olli-Pekka Kallasvuo
* Nortel - Mike S. Zafirovski 
* Nintendo - Satoru Iwata 
* Oracle Corporation - Larry Ellison 
* Patni Computer Systems - Narendra Patni 
* Pixar - Steve Jobs [Former CEO,Now Walt Disney take over it] 
* Reliance Industries Limited - Mukesh Ambani 
* Samsung - Kun-Hee Lee
* SAP AG - Henning Kagermann
* Seagate Technology - Steve Luczo
* Sony - Howard Stringer 
* Sony Computer Entertainment - Kazuo Hirai 
* Sun Microsystems - Jonathan I. Schwartz
* Tata Consultancy Services - N Chandrasekaran 
* Twitter - Jack Dorsey 
* Verizon - Ivan Seidenberg 
* Viacom - Philippe P. Dauman 
* Vodafone - Vittorio Colao 
* Wipro Technologies - Girish Paranjpe and Suresh Vaswani 
* Yahoo! - Carol Bartz 
* YouTube, LLC - Salar Kamangar