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IAS

Which is the right career for all those of you who are brainy but not MBA or IT oriented… and actually harbor ideals like “serving the nation” – “Civil Services ko lock kiya jaaye”. This profession has recently come into the limelight, thanks to apna KBC winner Harshavardhan Nawathe (he said he is preparing for it) . Although always a ...

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Not Really My Calling

Melinda Warty says call centres are great for summer jobs but when the vacations end, it’s best to go back to college. Not sure what to do after graduation? Got really bored during the vacations? If you are not looking at other courses and also want that extra cash to go partying, shopping or holidaying, then a call centre is ...

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I Call, Therefore I Am

Wouldn’t we all like to be as lucky as Amit Nagpal? A call centre employee, he absolutely luvs his job! Here in his own words, he explains why. First things first. Let me introduce myself. I am a 29 year ‘old’ Commerce graduate working at a call centre in Noida. Did you just go “A 29 year old working in ...

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Cracking Call Centre Interviews

Big bucks, free passes to discs, home pick up and drop, state of the art offices, 0 balance Debit cards and many, many other benefits. Yes! Call centre jobs have them all. But did you know that only 2 out of 20 people actually clear the interview. So how does one get into that ‘elite’ 10% bracket? We at JAM ...

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Auto Engg 2

Foreign Universities The U.K. has a substantial research, design and manufacturing base which provides many good career opportunities. Universities offering courses in automobile engineering include: Bolton Institute Course offered: B. Engg. (Hons) – accredited by the Institute of Mechanical Engineers (I.Mech.E.). The Bolton Institute has strong links with many of the multi-national companies such as Rolls Royce, Leyland Trucks, Nissan, ...

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BPO Basics

BPO Basics Think you know it all when it comes to call centres? Here’s a few things you don’t. Size Doesn’t Matter Keep your CV as short as possible. A multiple-page resume doesn’t help if you’re a fresher. Either way if you state everything about yourself in the resume itself, there wouldnt be much to say in the interview. And ...

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Auto Engg 1

Intrigued by Automobiles? Step on the gas, accelerate your drive to overtake convention, put your interests in top gear and steer your career to the fast lane of cars & bikes. A wise man once said ‘Choose a job you love and you will never have to work for the rest of your life’. It’s a saying that holds true ...

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Classic / Cell Animation

The Basic Work Images are painstakingly drawn on clear celluloid sheets (hence the name cell) one frame at a time. One second of smooth motion requires 24 separate frames. Here is how it goes- The character is first developed by a Character Developer, then the Animator roughly draws the key frames (the most important motion movements in one second). A ...

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Animation

“Animation is not the art of drawings that move, but rather, the art of movements that are drawn.” Norman McClaren (Canadian animator) From Disney to Pixar, Dreamworks to Warner the animation industry has spun its magic for years now. If Snow White cooing to a tiny sparrow thrilled granny, we are tickled by a wise-cracking donkey (a very beautifully rendered ...

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Embedded Systems

With the ongoing recession, job prospects in the IT industry are getting dim. But that’s the case only for general computer jobs, the demand for specialists is still going strong. There is a requirement for trained professionals in fields like animation, hardcore programming, data warehousing and embedded systems programming. What are embedded systems? Embedded systems are devices used to monitor, ...

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