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Welcome 2012

There are just few days to start with a new year, some new resolutions and some new desires to be cherished, lets

Welcome

2012

Wish you Merry Christmas
&
Happy New Porpsperours 2012

Prime number divisibility rules

The prime numbers are the numbers that have only 2 factors; 1 and number itself.

If we need to find, a large number is divisible by a prime number it is a bit of a problem.  We can get more factors of the number which needs to divide the bigger number. For example if we need to find if 31119 is divisible by 41 or not it is a bit of problem. 41 being a prime number can’t be subdivided.

Here are some easy rule for divisibility with the prime numbers:

Divisibility rule for 17

Separate the last digit, multiply by 5 and subtract from the truncated no.

Example: 1513 : 151 & 3, multiply 3 * 5 = 15, » » Continue to read » » »

Top 10 tips for your next interview


“A good plan today is better than a perfect plan tomorrow.”
Wag the Dog (1997) – Conrad Brean (Robert De Niro)

“Constantly talking isn’t necessarily communicating.” –
Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind (2004) – Joel Barrish (Jim Carrey)

“It’s what you do right now that makes a difference.”
Black Hawk Down (2001) – Jeff Struecker (Brian Van Holt)

The interview is normally the last round of the selection process. The interview is hence a crucial step in getting a final entry into any organisation be it a interview for your job or for your MBA college.  Here are top 10 tips that will help you to get out of the interview with flying color

  1. Knowledge and preparation: One of the most important yet the most neglected for. Always
    • Read the details filled in the application forms. It always good to keep a copy form you had sent with the application
    • Remember the key dates, joining dates, reliving dates – atleast the month and year
    • Research companies your worked for, latest news related to the companies and clients you worked for
    • Research the career you want to select- Prepare a good story line, why, how and what » » Continue to read » » »

Building concentration for examination day

“He who concentrates on any one thing with singleness of purpose will ultimately acquire the capacity to do everything.”

– Mahatma Gandhi

To take advantage of the 100 % of effort one has put in practising and learning for the competitive examination, he or she needs full concentration on the examination day. It is seen sometimes a student in-spite of his/her full preparation is not able to perform at its best in the examination. How does one goes about it. 

Building concentration is a slow process and one has to constantly work on it, it all about the mental state and frame of mind. There factors can be internal or external, however if one is aware about, he/she can work on it. We have highlighted few of them and possible solutions for the same. » » Continue to read » » »

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