Facebook Offers 45 Lakhs to a Btech Student from NIT Warangal

Posted by Anugrah Narain on Saturday, September 3, 2011 , under | comments (1)

It's raining lucrative job offers at NIT Warangal which has had its best placement season yet! In a record of sorts, Facebook has offered a starting salary of INR 45 Lakhs (1 Lakh USD) to a Final Year computer-science student.

The 51-year-old institute started its recruitment drive on August 15, and on the same day the 21-year-old fourth year BTech CSE student secured the highest ever pay package of Rs 45 lakh per annum. He has upped the benchmark of Rs 20 lakh of the previous year from the campus hiring in Warangal.

He will be joining the technical wing of the Social Networking Company soon after completing his Graduation in March 2012, the institute confirmed.

While it is the institution’s policy not to disclose the names of the selected students during campus hiring, final year students of NIT wishing their buddy in the social networks jotted down “if the job is in the USA, dude the real income will be only $1,00,000 and you will not be left with much!”

 NIT Warangal Entrance..

About 30 students from computer science stream of NIT were interviewed by IT giants like Microsoft, Amazon, Oracle and Google. Last year, 92 per cent from the B Tech batch of the institute and 50 92 per cent of the students from M Tech batch were hired. “Most of the IT companies are willing to pay really well for skilled students and we have to wait and watch what the salary trend this year is,” said a faculty member of the NIT.

“All the programmes offered by NIT Warangal are well-recognised and curriculum is in line with the industry needs. The visiting companies have appreciated the performance of our students who lived up to the expectations of the organisations,” Ravinder Reddy, PRO, NIT Warangal, said.

According to Ravinder, the salaries offered to students ranged anywhere between Rs 5 lakh and Rs 12 lakh per annum. The recruitment process for this year that started on August 15 is expected to last till March 2012.

Best Websites to Download FREE e-Books

Posted by Anugrah Narain on Sunday, August 21, 2011 , under , | comments (0)

An e-book is an electronic (or digital) version of a book.Today many books are also publishing in digital format i.e. e-book.
ebook can be read online or can be downloaded

There are many websites which provide e-book for some price or cost.

Some readers are there who want to read or download e-book without cost.

These free e-books are available on some websites.

Below are the list of best websites from which reader can download e-books FREE!!!

Free Book Spot is a free e-books links library where you can find and download free books in almost any category.

A huge collection of Free online Computer, Programming, Mathematics, Engineering, and Technical Books, Lecture Notes and Tutorials.

Free-eBooks is an online source for free ebook downloads, ebook resources and ebook authors. Besides free ebooks, you also download free magazines or submit your own ebook.
You need to become a Free-EBooks.Net member to access their library. Registration is free.

This site lists free online computer science, engineering and programming bookstextbooks and lecture notes, all of which are legally and freely available over the Internet. 

MemoWare, a division of Handmark, is a unique collection of thousands of documents (databases, literature, maps, technical references, lists, etc.) specially formatted to be easily added to your PalmOS device,Pocket PC, Windows CE, EPOC, Symbian or other handheld device. The documents available here come in a variety of formats and cover a wide range of topics.

Check Your IQ Level ,Personality and Career paths.

Posted by Anugrah Narain on Thursday, August 18, 2011 , under | comments (0)

hii Today i am sharing a new site for checking your personal intelligence profile , IQ level ,personality and career paths and other types of tests also.

Give your Test Free of Cost and register for getting scores and others free instantly.
Use your education and intelligence.
All the Best

First of all you want to know about IQ !!!

What is an IQ?

An Intelligence Quotient indicates a person's mental abilities relative to others of approximately the same age. Everyone has hundreds of specific mental abilities--some can be measured accurately and are reliable predictors of academic and financial success.

For Testing your IQ level  click here for Redirecting.
 What personality strengths can you use at work?  What traits do you need to work on when you go back to college?
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For Career Test click here:-
more tests are also there on that site.check that also.
Have Fun!!!!

How to add Google+ 'Add to Circle' Widget for Blogger

Posted by Anugrah Narain on Tuesday, August 16, 2011 , under | comments (0)


In this picture you are seeing my real time Add to circle Google+ Widget.

Want to create your Own???

Here is the steps for adding Google+ widget "Add to Circle" to your blogger account.

1)  Go to site WidgetPlus.
2)Enter the Basic Settings required.

3) For Google Plus ID.
     Go to your Google+ profile.

4) Copy your google+ ID.

5) Paste it in your widget setting.
6) click on option "Get Code"

7)Copy the code and paste in your Blogger Account.

You Can edit or modify other settings also like language,font , color , size and others.
You can also add Live Streams.

Now, You have your own "Add to circle" widget with live stream on your blog.
Have Fun!!!!!

Chrome users can get their Facebook Old Chat back PERMANENTLY !

Posted by Anugrah Narain on Friday, August 12, 2011 , under | comments (0)

Chrome users can get their Facebook Old Chat back 


Hii...For getting Facebook old chat version on Chrome.

Follow these steps:-

Chrome Settings >> Tools >> 

Extensions >> Get More

Extensions >> type this in search --> 

"Facebook Chat Sidebar Disabler" >> Install >> Enjoy !!!

Download Facebook Chat Messenger

Posted by Anugrah Narain on Tuesday, August 9, 2011 , under , , , | comments (0)

Chit Chat for Facebook

Chit Chat is a free Facebook chat instant messenger (IM) that allows you to chat with your Facebook friends from your desktop.
Chit Chat connects to Facebook and removes the need of a web-browser to talk over Facebook Chat.

Benefits of Chit Chat for Facebook

  • Fun and Free - Convenient and fun way to chat with your Facebook contacts without the hassle of surfing Facebook
  • Free Your Web-Browser - No need to keep your web browser logged into Facebook
  • Easy To Use - Download, install and then login with your Facebook username and password - easy!
  • Popular? - Swift and fast tabbed chat Interface making it easy to talk with many Facebook friends at once
  • Instant Message Notification - Lets you know when you receive an instant message.

For Download Click here:-

Download your information from Facebook

Posted by Anugrah Narain on Monday, August 1, 2011 , under , | comments (0)

Hii.. If you want to download all your contents like profile informations,videos,images and other stuffs from your facebook account to your computer then follow these steps.

  1. First of all open your Facebook account.
  2. Then Go To Account Setting Tab. In this option there is a option for Download a copy. Click that option.

3. There will be a message.Read that for your information.

4.Then Click on Download option.

4. A message showing your pending status of download.You will get message when your download ready.
5.Check your e-mail and Follow link provided by facebook in your mail.

6. Verify your password i.e. your Facebook password.

7.After verifying password.click on the download option.your download will begin and will be in zip file.

8. Extract and see your downloaded stuffs in your hard drive.

9.Have Fun !!! your Download Finished. For any query and suggestions comments are welcome.
10.Thank You..:)

What Indian students should not expect from their institutions and need to develop in themselves

Posted by Anugrah Narain on Sunday, July 31, 2011 , under , | comments (0)

It is unfortunate that those who manages institutions and universities in India do not think about the future of students and they feel by delivering outdated university curriculum in very old fashioned bookish and spoon feeding way of teaching and talking about the glorious past of our country, and finally by giving away a piece of paper called "degree" they have done their duties as so called "academicians" !

It is even more unfortunate that these 'academicians' only emphasize on studying theories over applications and feel 'scholarly activities' and so called 'research' in educational institutions much more than imparting Employability skills among students although neither those 'scholarly activities' nor those 'researches' had any innovations that will benefit mankind other than just talking about those. This debate gets dangerous and the academicians take the names of few institutions of India where only India's finest students get admissions based on their IQ and numeric skills but not based on their emotional intelligence!

Where is the vision about life, career, future and society among the students which should ideally come from the teachers, where is the innovation, self confidence, exposure, openness of mind and global vision ?

Many scholarly research endeavors have been made in the area of knowledge, education and learning within the context of a institute. The debate about the role of an academic institution is rich and revealing. An education expert, Robert Wolf proffers four models for the ideal university which is also applicable to any academic institution:

  • the academic institution as a sanctuary of scholarship
  • the academic institution as a training camp for future industry professionals
  • the academic institution as a social service center and
  • the academic institution as an assembly line for established 'men and women.'

In-depth research also indicated several gray areas in the recruitment process conducted by the companies which was reconfirmed by the recent actions by several leading IT & ITES giants when they retrenched over 800 employees across the country on the basis of 'non-performance' including those who were 3 to 4 years old. This also focus on several other hard facts

  • Academics is yet to impart with the career related skills.
  • A large number of students are conceptually unclear about career issues.
  • High marks and getting job do not guarantee that one can retain it.
  • A more holistic approach and learning beyond 'employability' training.

Till date, most of the higher education institutions in India ignored a very important area of enhancing the skills of the gurus, the Faculty development programs. Many institutions feel this to be 'waste of time and resources' and most of the gurus feel that once they are teaching in such higher level, there is 'no need of further training'!

As a result what are really missing in our education

—  -The market reality (so not really market driven)
—  -Vision (except in prospectus or on display in reception)
—  -Contemporary curriculum with focus on developing professional skills
—  -Standard teaching practices
— - Most of the "global" practices
—  -Inability to think rationally and act differently
—  -Inability to impart vision  (self-development/ self-learning/ attitude/ grooming)
—  -Academic leadership & quality faculty
—  -Dynamism and long term thinking

What Indian institutions do not teach ...

—  -Lessons on Time management and Priorities.
—  -Lessons on commitment, hard and smart working.
—  -Lessons on common sense, gut instinct, confidence and foresight.
—  -Lessons on managing stress, depression, crisis and change.
—  -Lessons on honesty, communicating, negotiating and interviewing.
—  -Lessons on people management, practical aspect of dressing.
—  -Lessons on art of networking and entertaining people.
—  -Lessons on entrepreneurial attitude.
—  -Lessons on global vision, process mindset and balancing EQ & IQ.
—  -Lessons on holistic thinking and growth.

Importance of Employability skills training for the Indian students

After years long research and analysis our associate consultants with extensive global competency and employability training experience have developed the integrated training program suitable for Indian and South Asian engineering and management students based on the following list of employability skills lately referred to as 'soft skills' which is different by far from what people used to refer as 'soft skills', even a year back. To be precise, it's based on Competencies Framework and featured an Employability Skills Framework identifying nine key Employability Skills :

These refer to one's ability to do the job and are sometimes called 'hard skills'. They might include such things as :

  • Technical ability
  • Knowledge
  • Qualifications

The assumption is sometimes made that discipline specific skills are more important than employability skills. However, in today's world where knowledge (discipline specific) rapidly becomes obsolete the ability to identify, access, network and communicate new information (employability) is vital for career success.

  • Initiative
  • Communication
  • Teamwork
  • Problem solving
  • Initiative and enterprise
  • Planning and organizing
  • Self-management
  • Learning
  • Technology


- Adapting to new situations
- Developing a strategic long-term vision
- Being creative
- Identifying opportunities not obvious to others
- Translating ideas into action
- Generating a range of options
- Initiating innovative solutions.


- Working with people of different ages, gender, race, religion or political persuasion
- Working as an individual and as a member of a team
- Knowing how to define a role as part of a team
- Applying teamwork skills to a range of situations eg, crisis
- Identifying strengths of team members
- Coaching, mentoring, and giving feedback.

Problem Solving

- Developing creative, innovative solutions
- Developing practical solutions
- Showing independence and initiative in identifying problems and solving them
- Solving problems in teams
- Applying a range of strategies to problem solving
- Using mathematics including budgeting and financial management to solve problems
- Applying problem-solving strategies across a range of areas
- Testing assumptions, taking the context of data and circumstances into account
- Resolving customer concerns in relation to complex project issues.


- Managing time and priorities - setting timelines, coordinating tasks for self and others
- Being resourceful
- Taking initiative and making decisions
- Adapting resource allocations to cope with contingencies
- Establishing clear project goals and deliverables
- Allocating people and resources to tasks
- Planning the use of resources including time
- Participating in continuous improvement and planning
- Developing a vision and a proactive plan to accompany it
- Predicting - weighing up risk, evaluating alternatives, applying evaluation criteria
- Collecting, analysing, and organising information
- Understanding basic business systems and their relationships.


- Listening and understanding
- Speaking clearly and directly
- Writing to the needs of the audience
- Negotiating responsively
- Reading independently
- Empathising
- Using numeracy effectively
- Understanding the needs of internal and external customers
- Persuading effectively
- Establishing and using networks
- Being assertive
- Sharing information
- Speaking and writing in languages other than English.


- Having a range of basic IT skills
- Applying IT as a management tool
- Using IT to organise data
- Being willing to learn new IT skills
- Having the occupational health and safety knowledge to apply technology
- Having the appropriate physical capacity.


- Having a personal vision and goals
- Evaluating and monitoring own performance
- Having knowledge and confidence in own ideas and vision
- Articulating own ideas and vision
- Taking responsibility.


- Managing own learning
- Contributing to the learning community at the workplace
- Using a range of mediums to learn - mentoring, peer support, networking, IT, courses
- Applying learning to technical issues (eg, products) and people issues (eg, interpersonal)
- Having enthusiasm for ongoing learning
- Being willing to learn in any setting, on and off the job
- Being open to new ideas and techniques
- Being prepared to invest time and effort in learning new skills
- Acknowledging the need to learn in order to accommodate change.

P:S: This article is contributed by(Prof. (Dr.) Sudhi Ranjan Dey.He  is a graduate of Calcutta University and DBA in Consumer Behavior and MBA in Marketing & HR from Europe. He is the CEO of Gurgaon based Global management Xperts which is a pioneer training organization in India in the field of Academic leadership, Employment Enhancement and Professional Efficiency and Effectiveness Enhancement among freshers. Sudhi has over 30 years of global industry experience, held senior positions with Toyota, Nissan, General Motors, Sony, Ford, Sony Music, etc., lived across 17 countries, worked in 33 countries across 4 continents and visited 69 nations.)

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