Quest for the first job always bogs down a student even before the student appears in his/her final examination. And most of the time, that most-in-demand first job is always elusive. Fear of becoming an unemployed haunts majority of students.
Are you one of them?
Than you are in the right place! Through this blog, we are trying to take you through a guided tour to tell you various ways of getting that first job – in text as well as through pictures and videos.
How would we go about it?
We are doing it through two sections of this blog:
For absolute beginners: Section-Freshers Job Tools
This section tells a novice what channels of jobs are available to him/her, how to make that first resume, the patterns of various job tests, what is a psychometric test, how to appear in a Group Discussion and Interview as well as the Post selection processes that a selected student goes through.
For experienced ones : Section-Discover yourself
This section tells an experienced one (or the one who has already gone through the section "1-2-3 Are you ready?") about the various resources that are available in Internet to hone their skills to perfection.
In addition to above two sections, we are publishing here spotlights on specific areas from time to time on our continued posts.
Would you be successful in getting the first job after going through the contents of this blog?
The answer lies in your hand. No amount of teaching can get you the first job, until and unless you try for it yourselves.
For this you must:
1.0 Try to attempt as many “Written Test” questions from the resources given in this blog as well as from other career related books/web-sites.
2.0 Improve your communication-skills(the required lingua-franca being English always!) to shine in following two areas:
i) Group Discussion.
You must conduct as many mock-GD & mock-Interview sessions among your friends as possible so that you are confident of yourself well-ahead of the real time. Also you must be familiar with Psychometric Tests, Resume-making etc.
Be positive about yourself... Yes, you are going to get that job! Best wishes for the job-haunt..
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