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Types of campus placement


There are two types of campus placement. They are on-campus and off-campus

On-campus placement


This is the placement program organized only for the students within the educational institute. In most cases student in the final year of a program will participate in this placement program.

Pool Campus


This job placement program is conducted within a group of colleges.

Off campus placement


This job placement program is for students from other institutions. This program will be conducted in a common place (it may be in a college or in some public place) where students from different colleges will take part.

Project Placement


Companies recruit students to do their academic project in the industrial environment.

Student Internship Placement


Companies recruit the students as interns. Internship will be during their student period.

Objective


The major objective of campus placement is to identify the talented and qualified professionals before they complete their education. This process reduces the time for an industry to pick the candidates according to their need.

Procedure

Pre-Placement Talk


A presentation about the company will be made during the pre-placement talk. Basically the presentation includes the information like selection procedure, company’s milestones, organizational achievements, candidate scope of improvement within the organization if selected, salary, employment benefits. Usually this presentation will end up with question and answer session, students given chance to ask questions about company.

Educational qualification


Companies who are interested in campus visit for recruitment purpose will have specific qualification criteria. Qualification criteria include marks or grade range, specific program.

Written Test


Qualified students will undergo a test. This is usually a simple aptitude test but depending on company and the position looking for, the difficulty level of the test may be at the higher side.

Group discussion


Most of the companies will have this round as a filtering round. This round may or may not be conducted.

A common topic is placed before the group and a formal discussion or knowledge sharing is expected by the judge. Purpose of this round is to check communication skills, etiquette of person, listening ability, convincing power, group leadership, leader or follower and many more thing are evaluated on the basis of requirement or the particular intention of organisation or company.


Technical Interview


Based on outcome of above said process, students will further undergo a round called technical round. This round evaluates the technical ability of the student. In most of the cases this will be an individual round but it may be grouped with the formal interview.

Formal interview


Final round of the selection process, where the student’s stability and his confidence level towards the particular work will be evaluated. The interview focusses on overall personality of the candidate.

Post-Placement Talk


Once the student is selected, he will be given an offer letter. Company’s executive may provide guidelines about joining procedure and other prerequisites if needed. AS PER ALCHEMY UNIVERSE ,an HR FIRM,COMPANIES LOOK FOR ABC=ATTITUDE,BEHAVIOR AND COMMUNICATION SKILL.

GD/PI: 10 Tips to Crack: - `MBA`


In a GD, it often happens that the topic is an abstract one and hardly anybody contributes. TestGenie will tell you how you can make the most of it in such a silent GD.

"Give as many interpretations to the topic as possible and drive the group in those directions. Then discuss each of them in detail"

You might be absolutely prepared for a heated or an over participative GD, which is popularly known as a fish market GD but often it happens that the topic is an abstract one and hardly anybody contributes. This article of TestGenie will tell you about how you can make the most of it in such a silent GD.



  1. Opportunity to start: In this kind of a situation you have the opportunity to start the GD. If you are given an abstract topic, then you have the liberty to give your own interpretation. But remember, that your points have to be relevant. According to author, you should organize your thought process on the basis of PESTLE. P – Political, E – Economic, S – Social, T – Technological, L – Legal, E – Environmental. In this way, you can start the GD.



  1. Give as many interpretations as possible: According to author interpret the topic in various ways and go in detail. “Give as many interpretations to the topic as possible and drive the group in those directions. Then discuss each of them in detail,” he says.




  1. Don’t speak for long: If you find yourself speaking for too long, don’t continue that. Monologues are never appreciated in a GD. Speak for maximum one to two minutes and stop. If you deliver all your points at one go you won’t be able to come back in the discussion.




  1. Roll the ball: After speaking your point, you must not stop abruptly or keep talking. The best way is to roll the ball in some fellow group member’s court. “Look at someone who appears receptive to your ideas so that it can be taken forward or at best gives topic an interesting turn".




  1. Listen carefully: If you are on the silent zone, then listen to others carefully. You can speak on a familiar topic and take the discussion forward. “In such a situation, the best solution is to listen". Clarify with the group. I am sure this process will itself generate ideas for you.




  1. Don’t make it a one to one discussion: After you roll the ball, you might get an interesting receiver who drives the discussion in a different way. But it should not so happen that it’s only two of you talking. If you see that the discussion is turning into a one to one dialogue, encourage other members to participate or maintain eye contact in the entire group. “It is advisable to involve everybody in the discussion by making firm eye contact with the group. One to one situations are not recommended and they do not last long in a healthy group”.




  1. Utilize your leadership skills: In such a discussion where the topic is abstract and it can be interpreted in multiple ways, you can utilize your leadership skills by driving the discussion in a direction you are most comfortable in. For e.g. if the topic is driven in a social direction, in which you don’t have much points, you can utilize your leadership skills like your assertive body language and talk about some other topic in which you have more points and you are more comfortable.



  1. Try to put contrary view if it goes in one direction: If the GD flows in only one direction and there is no additional point to add, you can give the discussion a new turn by putting a contrary view. But you must be fully assured of your ground work. “An example that comes to mind is of a GD at FMS where everyone agreed that terrorism is not justified. The Contrarian in this case launched a surprising and successful retort citing that most freedom struggles are considered terrorist movements before they are considered as freedom struggles. For instance several countries in Africa and the LTTE before their degeneration.”




  1. Don’t say something which you are not sure of: This is not only applicable for this, but every GD. If you are not sure about something, you should not speak on that. Otherwise all your contributions will back fire.




  1. Come to a consensus at the end: In a peaceful GD, it is not difficult to reach a consensus. But in case the discussion takes place in multiple directions, it is necessary to conclude it in a particular direction before it ends.

How to improve your Reading Comprehension scores: -


The Reading Comprehension part of the Verbal Ability section requires a good skill over the English language and comprehending. Questions on Reading Comprehension is a compulsory part of CAT. In order to improve on your Reading Comprehension and Verbal Ability section for CAT 2011 you need to broaden your background knowledge by reading newspapers, magazines and books.

Strategies for making it easier:

There are various difficulties which you might face while attempting the questions on Reading Comprehension in CAT. For that, we will offer you the strategies for CAT preparations.


The strategies for the CAT as mentioned by the TestGenie.com experts are as follows:

Read a lot:

Reading is the key for this part of CAT exam. Reading helps as you get to know about a lot of topics and that increases your general knowledge as well.

Apart from reading a lot, what you should practice for CAT is Speed Reading. Speed Reading will help you to comprehend the passage faster and hence score better in the Reading Comprehension passages for your CAT Preparations.


  1. Focus on three to four main words in a sentence.

  2. Time your reading speed and decrease the time you take to read gradually.

  3. Identify main parts of the paragraph.

  4. You can mark the important points/words/sentences in the beginning but gradually you should be able to identify these without marking them.

  5. While reading, move your eyes fast from left to right, focusing on main words.

  6. After finishing an article, write the gist of that. This will help you know how much you remember of that passage.

Improving speed to solve Reading Comprehension:

Reading comprehension requires motivation, mental frameworks for holding ideas, concentration and good study techniques. Here are some suggestions.



  • Write a summary of about 100 to 150 words every day on the editorial as it will help in building thought process. Make a note of the difficult words and find their meanings from a Standard English dictionary. Try and maintain notebook/prepare flash cards that you can go through in your free time.

  • Develop a broad background
    Broaden your background knowledge by reading newspapers, magazines and books. Become interested in world events.

  • Know the structure of paragraphs
    Good writers construct paragraphs that have a beginning, middle and end. Often, the first sentence will give an overview that helps provide a framework for adding details. Also, look for transitional words, phrases or paragraphs that change the topic.

  • Create motivation and interest
    Preview material, ask questions, discuss ideas with classmates. The stronger your interest, the greater your comprehension.

  • Pay attention to supporting cues
    Study pictures, graphs and headings. Read the first and last paragraph in a chapter, or the first sentence in each section.

  • Highlight, summarize and review
    Just reading a book once is not enough. To develop a deeper understanding, you have to highlight, summarize and review important ideas.

  • Build a good vocabulary
    For most educated people, this is a lifetime project. The best way to improve your vocabulary is to use a dictionary regularly. You might carry around a pocket dictionary and use it to look up new words. Or, you can keep a list of words to look up at the end of the day. Concentrate on roots, prefixes and endings. Going through word-of-the-day of CAT4MBA will definitely help you in this regard.

Expert Tip: “It has generally found that reading quickly help in comprehending better, so probably quick reading say 350 word per minute will be quite good for CAT”

Last Minute Revision Strategies: -


The countdown for IBPS Common Written Examination for Clerical Cadre has started . Read on to find last minute revision strategies to organize your study. Revising all that you had prepared for IBPS CWE is a hefty task to accomplish wherein you need to organize your time and plan your revision in advance. The main objective is to work on your notes in various ways to make them more memorable. Testgenie.com has enlisted a few last minute strategies that can help you in your revision.

Create a Revision Timetable: A lot of you must be aware of making a time-table and studying for exam. However, when you are revising for the paper, make realistic goals that blend well with the time you have along with breaks now and then.

Recognize Key Topics: Since there are just four subjects to study, identify the most important topics to revise and go through them thoroughly. This will not only save you from unnecessary stress but will also boost your confidence. You can select the topics on the basis of previous

Balance your Revision: Make sure that you are not revising all the difficult topics on a particular day and the easy ones another day. Balance your revision by blending a difficult topic with an easy one. This will keep you interested in the preparation and improve your recall value.

Revise in Short Package: Manage your time table in a way that you take 10 minutes break in each hour of revision. If you find problem in recalling a topic that is of utmost importance, switch to the method of writing and learning. Follow these steps- Look, Say, Cover, Write, and Check as it makes the learning much more effective.

Follow different method for different topics: Revise your notes in the order of importance and difficulty level. There is no point of reading and re-reading the entire book as it will only increase your stress levels. Just scan through the important points, headings, examples, and charts. Write the concise version of your notes with an aim to reduce difficult topic into an index card. Give it a color as it helps you to memories and compartmentalize things in your mind.

Make sure your notes are well organized and easy to follow. Realize that it just an exam and not an end to your life. Understand that we all get anxious at times and hence you should not shut doors to the outer world. Talk to family members and meet friends to freshen up and reduce unnecessary stress levels.


5 Sure Shot Tips: -


Banking jobs especially the Bank Probationary Officer (PO) has emerged as the most sought after career option in recent times. Bank PO exam is the gateway to the management cadre of the banking industry. Individual banks conduct entrance exams for bank PO as and when vacancies arise. After selection the candidate has to complete his/ her probation period. A candidate can be asked to do anything during his/ her completion period. A bank PO aspirant should hence start preparing for bank PO exams since his/ her college days to understand the nitty-gritty of the exam. To simplify your preparationtestgenie.com has enlisted a few sure shot tips on cracking the exams for bank probationary officers.

1. Syllabus and Exam Pattern: Know the syllabus of the bank exam for which you are preparing and then look at the previous year question paper to gain information on the exam pattern of that particular exam. Usually the written tests for bank PO exam consist of 2 parts mainly objective test and descriptive test. While the written test consists of four sections namely, English language test, quantitative ability, Reasoning, and General Awareness/ Marketing Aptitude; the descriptive test demands the candidate to write essay length answers on current issues. Candidates selected in written test are then called for Group Discussion and/ or interview.


2. Preparing for Exam: Candidates preparing for bank PO exam are expected to have good knowledge of Mathematics up to Class X. For this purpose, the candidate should focus on preparing from NCERT books and focus on answering questions through mental calculations to speed up the process. Reasoning section needs to be extensively practiced to clear the sectional cut- off. The candidate should also work upon the English section and strong vocabulary which comes in the form of comprehension, fill-in-the-blanks, antonyms, synonyms etc. General Awareness section can easily be prepared by cultivating a habit of attentively reading a national newspaper daily.


3. Time Management: Clubbed with hard work and determination, time management is the key to crack the entry - level test for the Bank PO Exam. Besides being able to strategize time by focusing on the easier subjects first followed by the tough ones; one should also know the skill to attempt 225 questions in 135 minutes time. It means a candidate has to spill not more than 36 seconds per question. For this purpose, a candidate should attempt the easier part first like General Awareness, Marketing Aptitude first followed by others. Try attempting 175- 185 questions with 90 percent accuracy to be a step closer to your goal.


4. Leave Doubtful Questions: Try attempting those answers first of which you are confident and should not attempt any questions which are doubtful in your mind. The process of negative marking in the entrance exams will cut down the percentage of right answers with the wrong ones. A practical knowledge of this arena can be gained through solving lots of sample papers.


5. Know Banking Regulations: A bank PO aspirant is expected to have knowledge of general banking regulations and should have at least some knowledge of SEBI and its regulations. Candidates should ensure that they are aware of the key points of banking regulations.

Last Week Preparations Tips for AIEEE: -

AIEEE is not difficult exam. If you follow these simple AIEEE preparation tips it will really help you to score well.



  • At the beginning, you must have a thorough knowledge of the syllabus, because this will save you from going overboard on a particular topic because you are aware of how much time you can devote to a particular topic.

  • To know how to crack AIEEE 2012 exam, it is important is to build a sound & feasible strategy plan for your preparation. Divide your entire time into a reasonable time periods with mini targets in between & plan your studies accordingly.

  • Give priority to important topics & try to put them in early stage of your preparation. Review your plan periodically to find out if there are any lapses & how they can be covered up.

  • Study previous year question papers & draw marks distribution of each subject to find out which topics are most important & which are least.

  • AIEEE is all about SPEED and ACCURACY. In AIEEE, both speed and strike rate matter. You need to be quick and accurate to achieve high scores. About 25% questions in the paper are easy, 60% are average and 25% are difficult. Attempt easy questions first. For this preparation tip is start with clearing your basic fundamentals first to solve the easy questions.

  • Next AIEEE preparation tip is start preparing from NCERT first and then go for higher end books. Also focus on solving previous year’s papers.

  • While solving the problems try to improve your conceptual understanding because once you master the concepts and have improved your problem solving skills then you can easily crack AIEEE 2012 exam.

  • Revision should be done on daily, weekly and monthly basis so that you don’t miss out anything that you have covered.

  • Apart from that if you need some help then you can join some coaching institute. There are so many coaching institutes which provide top class coaching.

  • Mock Test is nothing but solving previous year's test papers / model test papers. Benefits of giving mock tests are-

  1. Inculcates the art of time management.

  2. Helps immensely in maintaining ones calm and composure during the exam.

  3. Sets your pace for writing the answers and sparing time for a particular question.

  • Actually if you aim to solve past 10 years papers of AIEEE then nothing can stop you from not getting into AIEEE.

Campus Placement papers Interview Question & Answers:


Just trying for a placement in an IT company is not enough. Your attempt should be real hard effort or else there would be no result in making an attempt. For this you can look through previous sample placements papers along with the answers. This would indeed help you get prepared in the right way. The campus interview papers should come in the solved version so that you can form a better idea about the answer types. In this way the information you are to receive would be both authentic and apt for your career.

Placement paper are very important to prepare for campus interviews. Prepare for the written exams with the help of the previous sample papers of the company including logical reasoning, technical and numerical aptitude, general awareness and even English awareness.


Categorisation: -


Wipro placement Papers: - Practice for placement tests with our Wipro Placement Papers for 2011-2012 recruitment process. You can get to know the common aptitude, reasoning questions pattern so that you can perform at your best the next time you appear for your next interview and written test.

Latest Solved Wipro Placement Paper


Find extensive collection of fully solved Wipro Placement Papers with answers. This covers many of the common written test sections including Verbal & Non-Verbal Logical Reasoning, Aptitude test, Quantitative and Technical Aptitude. You can easily solve these sections by practicing and updating knowledge.

Wipro Campus Career – work Culture


Why do you want to join Wipro?  This is the common which you could expect to be asked in interview round. So better be prepared for this. Browse through website of Wipro’s IT products, Services, Solutions, Clients, Consulting business, Career opportunities, work culture.

Preparation for Wipro placement Test


The Wipro placement process will have two main sections i.e. the written & HR Interview with optional GD (Group Discussion). The written test section measures your problem solving skills & ability with time constraint. This contains Wipro technical interview questions, Verbal, Non Verbal reasoning along with aptitude testing. This is by and large the same method used by Wipro in most of its campus or off – campus recruitment process.

The best way of preparing yourself for a written test is to browse through as many previous placement papers of 2010-2011, 2011-2012 as you can. The HR interview preparation is explained in the next section.


Wipro HR Interview Preparation tips


Practice the Wipro HR Interview questions so that you can be aware of the most common questions, puzzles being asked and to enhance your communication and decision making skills in order to face the Interviews with full confidence.

Each and every company conducts HR interview round to measure job seeker’s interpersonal skills, leadership abilities, working under stress, decision making and communication skills. Browse through as many HR questions pages as you can and in order to enhance your understanding of this process.

This section contains Wipro common HR interview questions and answers. This helps build your confidence to attend interview.

Wipro Group Discussion – GD Round


Many time companies including Wipro conduct Group Discussion Round also known as GD Round to measure job seekers Speaking ability, Listening to others, topic awareness and communication skills. Browse through these common GD or Group Discussion topics to have a firm grip of this selection process

Practice the group discussion topics with your friends so that you have a first-hand experience. This helps to improve on your weakness areas such as hearing, listening (which most of job seeker’s lack) communication and decision making skills in order to face the Interviews with full confidence.




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