And it may look like the one below..
From: TATA CONSULTANCY SERVICES <email@example.com> – “this idiot could not even spell India”
Sent: Tuesday, 2 July 2013 8:43 PM
Subject: Interview Notification,..
We have just selected your CV from TIMES JOBS INDIA for Interview in TATA CONSULTANCY SERVICE.We are offering employment in top positions for our Various offices in India.55 Candidates have been shortlisted for Interview which will take place at our head office in Delhi on 13th July 2013. Out of 55 candidates shortlisted only 50 will be given employment.We are looking for professionals in Various fields.Your air ticket and documents to attend the interview shall be sent to your designated address via courier before interview date.
Our salary and other company benefits ranges from Rs 70,000 to Rs 300,000 PM.You shall also be expected to come with the Original copies of your credentials as stated in your RESUME with TIMES JOBS INDIA.You are expected to make REFUNDABLE cash deposit of Rs 18,700 as an initial amount in favour our company’s accountant name.Its an initial security deposit.The management of TCS shall pay all expenditure to you at the time of face to face meeting at our head office in Delhi.
Your Job profile, salary offer, and date -time of interview will be mentioned in the documents that will be sent to you alongside your air ticket.Your air ticket and other documents shall be dispatched to your designated address via Blue Dart Courier upon the confirmation of your security deposit in our account that shall be issued to you in the next mail.The last date for payment of security deposit is 5th July 2013.
NB: You are advised to reconfirm your full name, mailing address and phone number in your reply mail.Also,if you are selected or not your Rs 18,700 shall be refunded to you at the time of face to face meeting.The amount is just to prove that you will be coming for the interview in order for us not to run at loss after sending you the air ticket and you don’t show up on the day of interview.You are permitted to chose your job location after interview.
Senior H.R Manager
TATA CONSULTANCY SERVICES.
These days many interviews happens via Video conf…. and if any come across this kind of email.. just reply.. f**k off…
Itz been a long time since I posted something here.. all for a reason..
I have quit from my first company(SASKEN) which replaced my student tag with a professional tag.
Now joined Ericsson India ltd., in chennai R&D division and can say that itz one of a personal milestone.
will continue my job from ericsson 🙂 ..
Have added some more e-books in my e-snips folder and the collection now includes some C, C++, Unix books like..
link : http://www.esnips.com/web/shanmg-Tutorials
C++ By Dissection – Ira Pohl
C++ The complete reference
The C++ programming language by Bjarne Stroustrup
C++ Coding Standard
Learn C++ under windows
C++ by Robert Lafore
Efficient C++ Performance Programming Techniques
Thinking in C++ 2ndEdition Volume1&2
ANSI/ISO C++ Professional programmer’s Handbook
Object oriented programing using ANSI C
The C programming language – kernighan and Ritchie
Expert C programming
Beej’s guide to C network programming
Introduction to Unix by Frank_G_Fiamingo
Teach yourself Shell programming in 24hrs
The Unix haters book.
Thanks – Rediff
In the earlier features — 6 reasons to thank your clients and How to make clients your allies — I highlighted the importance of client relationship management. Most people, however, pay little or no attention to their relationships with peers, bosses and co-workers, though this might seem an obvious thing to do. Here’s how you can become the ‘Go to’ person and get noticed at work.
Walk around for 15 minutes everyday – Give your colleagues importance – See/ hear your name – Join a committee or task force – Mediate a conflict – Offer a helping hand – Your best performance – Stay updated
Thanks – Rediff
The 60 soft skills mentioned can be classified into corporate skills, employability skills and life skills. In some parts of the world like in USA and Australia, soft skills are also known as world skills. readmore…
Thanks – Rediff
Soft skills play a vital role for professional success; they help one to excel in the workplace and their importance cannot be denied in this age of information and knowledge. Good soft skills — which are in fact scarce — in the highly competitive corporate world will help you stand out in a milieu of routine job seekers with mediocre skills and talent.
Soft skills “are as important, if not more important, than traditional hard skills to an employer looking to hire — regardless of industry or job type. This could offer a major breakthrough as educators and training providers seek to develop and cluster training courses to fit business and industry needs.” The Workforce Profile defined about 60 “soft skills”, which employers seek. They are applicable to any field of work, according to the study, and are the “personal traits and skills that employers state are the most important when selecting employees for jobs of any type.”
8. Team skills.
9. Eye contact.
Many young professionals are flooded with multiple job offers from various companies, giving them more options to choose from. This is good news for the candidates, but not necessarily for the employers.
Candidates often play it safe by accepting all offers, then choose the most lucrative one of the lot. In the process, they do not inform the companies they have rejected of their decision. Many candidates (especially in the IT industry) just do not show up on the proposed joining date. Obviously, the disappearing act proves inconvenient for the company.
“While you are excited about taking that dream offer, it is your professional responsibility to intimate other employers who also offered you a job,” says Shashank Dixit, CEO of Pune-based Krawler Networks.
It could be the compensation, job profile, location or perhaps all of them, but saying ‘No’ appropriately will make sure the organisation keeps its doors open for you in future.