come calling to colleges
Chandigarh colleges saw a spate of placements this year, emerging as the
new talent-scouting grounds for India Inc, writes Chitleen
them young! This is the new placement mantra for companies in the city,
many of which are now scouting for raw graduates in their final year of
For the sake of the company’s health, the duration of anti-stress exercises in office hours
needs to be cut.
job was the right fit"
Chetna Keer Banerjee
Sahi, a final year student of the UBS (University Business School),
Panjab University, who has been selected by Esys, an IT products
company, for its international operations, at a package of $ 48,000
p.a., shares his experience of the placement process. Excerpts from an
How was your experience with the
"I got selected on Day
Zero and was interviewed by two top people from the company. In fact,
they took me by surprise when they took me for a walk on the campus
before a formal interview.
out goals for success
Setting goals gives you
short-term and long-term motivation and focus. It helps you to plan and
organise your resources and your time so that you can get the best out
of your life.
Setting clearly defined short-term and long-term goals will enable you
to measure your progress and achieve personal satisfaction once you have
successfully met your goals.
offers a world of opportunities
in an international organisation confers a kind of attractive aura.
People who work in the UN, ILO, or the World Bank, are often viewed with
respect and admiration by the public.
the most of meetings
We have all been there.
The boss calls yet another staff meeting, where your mind quickly
wanders. You start to zone out. So you doodle to keep busy. Even the
clock seems to be ticking slower.
into a taskmaster
How organised are you?
If you’re like me, you make a list—at least mentally—of everything
you have to do. I usually list the five or so things I really must
accomplish by day’s end.
But those five things will become about 79 by the end of the day.
The Chandigarh Chapter of
the Public Relations Society of India (PRSI) organised personality
transformation preview sessions at the Bhavan Vidyalya auditorium in the
city on Monday.
The well-known mind trainer and author of the popular book
"Searching for the Dream You Deserve", Ashwani Kumar from
Ahmedabad, made the participants walk on broken glass to help them
discover the power within their own self through neuro-linguistic