Mega Job Fair on 1st April 2015 in Chennai

Mega Job Fair on 1st April 2015 in Chennai

Folks,

On 1st April 2015, there is a Mega Job Fair in IT Domain for 2014 & 2015 Passout Candidates in


Annai Velankanni College for Womens,
81/33, Hospital Road,
Parsan Nagar,
Saidapet,
Chennai - 600015.

Checklist to Bring:

10 Recent Color Photographs,
10 Latest Resume,
10 Xerox of Certificate of Xth, XIIth and Semester Mark Statements,
Original Certificates for Verification (Might be),
Neatly Dressed in Western Formals,
Polished Shoes,
A pen

Source: Mr. M. I. Seyadu Umar Farook Sir, Head of the Department of Computer Applications, The New College (Autonomous), Chennai -14.

-Chief Administrative Officer.
Web Technology Important Questions

Web Technology Important Questions

Folks,

Note: No one claims that these questions will be asked in the examination or whatsoever. These are the frequently asked questions in WT.

TCP/IP
FTP
Tables
Hyperlink Documents
Lists
Ordered List
Unordered List
Telnet

Concentrate on first 3 chapters as it has more weightage. Few question will be asked from 4th and 5th chapter, if you study, you will gain more marks.

-Chief Administrative Officer.
DCN Important Questions

DCN Important Questions

Folks,

Note: No one claims that these questions will be asked in the examination or whatsoever. These are the frequently asked questions in DCN.

2 Marks:

Define Network.
What is socket address?
What is bandwidth?
Define data link layer.
List out the fields of IP address.
List out the fields of MAC layer.

5 Marks:

Explain about IPv4
What is Ethernet. Explain its generations.
Explain the types of network.

10 Marks:

Explain OSI Layers.
What is multiplexing. Explain its types.
Explain about (i) TCP/IP (ii) VLAN (iii) UDP.

-Chief Administrative Officer.

TANCET 2015 Official Information

Folks,

The below is the image containing the information from the newspaper holding Official Information from the Anna University regarding TANCET 2015.


Post Courtesy: Mr. M. I. Seyadu Umar Farook Sir, Head of the Department of Computer Applications, The New College (Autonomous), Chennai - 14.

-Chief Administrative Officer.
DCN Notes by Zafer Sir

DCN Notes by Zafer Sir

Folks,

Click on the below link to download the Data Communication and Networks Notes provided by Zafer Sir.


You cannot download these notes using mobile, to do so you require Google Drive installed and signed in through to download via mobile.

-Chief Administrative Officer.

Which Programming Language I Should Learn First?

Folks,

I’ve always wanted to learn a programming language, but have never had the time. If I ever did get a respite from my busy daily life, I’d use this infographic as a starting off point, and I’d suggest you do so too if you are looking at getting into coding.

To get an idea of what learning how to program a computer is like, imagine putting together a novel or academic book, or building a small motorboat with your bare hands and a basic set of instructions. Nether of which are easy tasks, and thus, it’s easy to see why so many shy away from learning the intricacies of the mathematical engines that drive our computers.

My advice would be to take it slow. While I haven’t learned a programming language to any respectable extent, I have taken courses about how they work, and am familiar with basic coding concepts. So, before you even choose a language to learn in the infographic below, read up on the history of coding and how it works to make pieces of silicon perform calculations that can manipulate the pixels on your screen.

With that knowledge, you'll be more than ready to slowly chip away at one of the programming languages below. Good luck. For any of you who took courses on how to code, or do it as a profession, feel free to share your experiences in the comments below!


-Chief Administrative Officer.
15 Tips to Beat the Exam Stress

15 Tips to Beat the Exam Stress

Folks,

EXAM TIME? 15 Tips And Tricks To Beat Exam Stress From The Ancient-Indian-Knowledge-Mothers-Club

Here are 15 ideas that have been passed on for generations of Indians, which not only help us prepare better for our exams but also make us more focused and active on D-day. So get ready to clear the exams with flying colours, and lets not forget to thank our mothers for preserving this ancient treasure trove of knowledge!

It is that time of the year again. When parents and students are both spending sleepless nights worrying about the dreaded four letter word they have to face the next day – EXAM. And in the process, doing more harm to their very prospects. The Better India team could not help but try to ease the pain (it was getting too much for us to even witness) and so we decided to dig deep into our memories, wring out the pearls of ancient wisdom our mothers used to generously bestow on us during those harrowing times and share them with you, in the hope of seeing those worry lines disappear!

So here they are, a few tips and tricks that can help improve concentration and productivity during exams:

1. Coconut meat (malai) – the wonder brain food

Not only does the humble coconut water quench your thirst during the hot summer days, its electrolytes can help in replenishing our store of nutrients and minerals. What’s more, there are very few foods as beneficial to the efficient functioning of the brain as the coconut malai, so make sure you don’t throw it away! It’s high copper content makes it an excellent food for boosting brain power!

2.  Use practical knowledge and props to understand the subject better

Whenever you understand a subject and not just learn it, you have a better chance of remembering it during exam times. In earlier times, most girls did not attend school and learnt basic maths while doing their daily chores. They would count the utensils and deduct the number after washing every utensil. Similarly, they learnt to read time by observing the angle of the sun’s rays. Of course, we have a different level of education now, but if we relate our subjects to practical things and incidents we tend to understand and grasp them sooner.

3. No forgetting the fluids

Needless to mention, drinking a lot of fluids, especially in summer, is very important. Water makes upto 85 percent of the brain’s weight so lack of water can lead to brain shrinkage and affect your productivity. Start your day with a glass of water, it will keep you hydrated and also prevent any kind of fatigue. You can try having traditional nimbu paani (lemonade) for better taste.  You could also try coconut water and regular nimbu paani. Check out some of the amazing recipes here.

4. Yoghurt in your diet

Having yoghurt in your meal will keep you cool and it is also a rich in calcium. Avoid having lassi and have simple yoghurt to avoid drowsiness during exams. You can add flavours in it for a better taste. Yogurt has been used for over 5000 years in the world. In India, having yogurt before exams has also been considered as good luck – we can now guess why! You can have some curd with rice as a light meal.

5. Go Nuts, Seeds, Dried Fruits – whatever takes your fancy

Nuts are rich in nutrients and also help you get sufficient energy without having to sit for a heavy meal. You can have raw nuts at regular intervals to keep your brain active. These also work best to keep you focused. Have nuts like almond which will help you boost the brain power, cashews, pistachios, walnuts, etc. also help your brain get the required nutrients. Also try chewing on some sesame seeds, pumpkin seeds, flax seeds and sunflower seeds and see the difference!

6. Forgetting something which you learnt?

If you are stuck on a particular word which you learnt but cannot recall, try going through the alphabets to find the first letter of the word. Once you hit the right alphabet, chances are you might remember the word too. Also, recalling the environment where you learnt that subject might also be helpful. You might want to visualize the place where you were revising – this could help in recollecting some information.

7. Learn the numbers faster

Make a fist from your right hand and squeeze it while memorizing numbers or lists. Now, when it is time to recall them and you are stuck somewhere, clench the left fist. These actions make the brain more active and help to recall from memory.

8. They may be traditional but they pack a punch!

When there were no two minute noodles and quick ready made meals, our parents and their elders would munch on delicious home made snacks. Continuously studying can be monotonous and we definitely need something to keep us focused while also providing some much needed distraction. Try eating chikkis, sakarparas and other home made snacks. They have healthy fats and are good for your brain.

9. Study in a well ventilated and bright corner:

Remember the old times when the kids would go to gurukuls and study under the trees? Well, that might be because of lack of resources back then but it could also have been intentional – to help the kids learn faster and better. The fresh air and bright light made it easier to see things and opened your brain to grasp more. So while you are studying, make sure there is enough natural light and fresh air. Also, don’t forget to take small breaks at regular intervals. Go sit in the balcony if you have one in your house, or take a walk in the garden – the fresh air will definitely help you clear the blockage in your head.

10. Yoga poses that improve concentration:

Simple yoga asanas which help you do breathing exercises are a good way to start your day. Sit cross-legged and practice alternate nostril breathing for a few minutes. This will help you clear your mind and enable you to start your revisions with a fresh mind. Block your right nostril with your thumb and inhale from the left nostril. Now use your middle finger to block the left nostril and remove the thumb from the right to exhale from your right nostril. Repeat the process.

11. What not to eat?

Skip the white flour and white sugar as they cause drowsiness. Also don’t depend too much on coffee. It might help you stay awake and focused but it also makes your body think it’s not hungry.

12. Spinach for a healthy meal:

Green leafy vegetables in general, and spinach in particular, are a very good idea to include on a daily basis. But during exam times, they are practically indispensable! They contain a host of vitamins and minerals essential for good brain health. A delicious spinach salad will not only be nutritious but also tasty and will keep you energetic. Here is an interesting spinach salad recipe you can try.

13. Trouble with maths? Try Vedic method:

A little different from what we have learnt in school, this method is a really good trick once you get hold of it in case you want to do super quick maths. So here is a small example to make you understand this technique –

Suppose you want to multiply 32 with 11. So, put an imaginary space between 3 and 2. i.e 32 x 11 = 3_2. Now fill this space by adding 3 and 2, which is 5. Hence, your answer will be 32 x 11= 352.

You can check out more such amazing tricks here.

14. The goodness of Milk:

Since generations, milk has been a crucial part of India. Mothers would spend a large part of their mornings trying to convince their kids to have that one glorious glass of milk. It is rich in nutrients and minerals and also gives you enough energy to last you a couple of hours at least. In earlier times, fresh cow’s milk was considered as a must in everyday routine and it was believed that it helps one conquer weaknesses. Milk also helps in increasing brain serotonin activity levels and gives you more strength to fight stress. In case you don’t like the taste of plain milk, you could try adding honey or other natural flavours to it.

15. Determine your most productive time:

Well it might sound obvious but you need to figure out when does your brain work the best and then keep those hours for extensive revision and learning. Also doctors have suggested that the best way to “consolidate the memory” is to learn just before going to bed. This will help you remember it better the next day.

And apart from all these things, the one thing that actually works is staying calm and preparing well. Don’t discuss the lessons too much with your friends just before the exam as it might break your confidence. Stay calm, it is just an exam and you will crack it!

Post Courtesy: The Hindu

-Chief Administrative Officer.
Self Monitoring Helps

Self Monitoring Helps

Folks,

Research suggests that behaviours that impede studying can be changed.

Just looking at the books piled on you study table makes you queasy. Your exams are a few weeks away and you are trying hard to be disciplined. You lock yourself in your room and try to immerse yourself in your books. Within ten minutes of studying, your phone beeps. You tell yourself you will not check your messages and continue reading. But within five minutes, your mind starts to drift. Soon you find yourself doodling in the margins. You chide yourself and return to the Laffer curves in your economics textbook. But for some reason, you don’t remember what you had read earlier. You go back and start rereading. There’s a knock on the door; your brother asks you to come for lunch. Lunch! A good three hours have gone by, and you have hardly gotten through a chapter. How can you possibly study four subjects?

Attention disorders:

Don’t panic. Research published online in the Journal of Attention Disorders in October 2014 suggests that students may benefit from self-monitoring their attention. In the study, conducted by Scheithauer and Kelley, college students with ADHD (attention deficit hyperactivity disorder) were assigned to one of two groups. The first group only received training in study skills whereas the second group also received training on how to monitor themselves while studying. The study skills component involved giving students tips on how to be organised and pick a suitable place to study. Students were also taught how to approach chapters in textbooks by first previewing its contents and then generating questions on the material. Reading the chapter then involved answering these questions.

Students in the second group also underwent the study skills session. In addition, the second group received instructions on how to monitor themselves while studying. This involved identifying specific goals and behaviours the students wanted to cultivate. For example, a student may write, “I will not check for messages while studying,” “I will call my friends only during my pre-scheduled breaks” or “I will limit my calls to ten minutes.” Students then created an Excel sheet where they could check off whether they achieved each goal at the end of the day. The researchers were able to access these online forms remotely and send reminder emails to those who had not completed them.

At the end of the study, students who engaged in self-monitoring did better than the group that did not receive instructions on how to keep track of their own behaviour and study habits. In addition to fewer self-reported ADHD symptoms, these students improved their grades more than the group that did not receive this intervention.

So what take-home message does this study have for you? First, you do not have to be clinically diagnosed as ADHD to partake of this benign intervention. In fact, most people have difficulties focusing, especially when a task is challenging and taxing, like all college exams are. Further, as the strategy suggested is so simple and absolutely free, you have nothing to lose in trying it out. Of course, it has to be personalised for each individual based on your learning profile and study habits. The following guidelines may help you devise a form that is suited to your needs.

Strategies:

Before creating an Excel sheet, identify three or four behaviours that impede your progress when studying. The behaviours you choose must be clearly definable, measurable and achievable. Suppose you talk to your friend Ayesha every day, and you find that both of you end up wasting a lot of time over the phone, you may choose a behaviour like, “Speak to Ayesha only once for 15 minutes.” If you find that you always postpone studying organic chemistry and always pick an easier subject, you may write, “Study organic chemistry for 45 minutes.” In both these instances, the behaviour you select is easy to spell out and measure. Determining whether you meet the criteria set by you is both obvious and easy.

When you choose your behaviours, make sure that you do not include too many at once. Even though you may want to correct a lot of things about your study habits, starting off with too many items is likely to be overwhelming and unrealistic. Begin with modifying few behaviours. You can also use your phone to remind you to fill your Excel sheet every night. Don’t get disheartened if you are not able to achieve all desired behaviours at one go. The idea is to make progress and get better with time. Further, you are likely to feel proud when you do achieve all your goals. This will further motivate you to be disciplined about your study habits. When you feel a behaviour is well under control, you may modify your Excel log to change another time-wasting tactic that you usually employ. As psychologist Frederick Muench says in an article in Psychology Today, “Self-monitoring is possibly the single most important mechanism in changing any thought or behavior.” So without further ado, identify your trouble spots and tackle them sagely.

The author is the Director of PRAYATNA. Email: arunasankara@gmail.com

Post Courtesy: The Hindu

-Chief Administrative Officer.

India's Biggest Internship Event

Folks,

1000+ Internship opportunities | Prizes worth Rs. 2,00,000
Get ready to participate in India's biggest Internship Event!

Twenty19 brings to you India's biggest Internship Event - ChakDeIntern.


This Online event is organized with an aim to Get Students like you OUT of the classrooms & IN to the real world.

Highlights of the event:

1. Apply to 1000+ Internship opportunities from Startups, MNCs, Research associations etc.
2. Participate in contests & win prizes worth Rs. 10,000 everyday.
3. Win grand prizes worth Rs.1,50,000 & exclusive paid internship offers at Twenty19.com

Hurry! Don't miss this chance to be a part of India's biggest Internship Event.

Event ends on 30th April 2015

> Internships are the best way to get your dream job. Internships help you gain practical work experience and real-world exposure.
> Companies around the world prefer to work with students who have done internships.
> Twenty19's goal with this event is to get you OUT & DO something useful and have some fun at the same time 

-Chief Administrative Officer.
TANCET Preparation and Cracking Tips

TANCET Preparation and Cracking Tips

Folks,

The Tamil Nadu Common Entrance Test is a State-wide Examination that is conducted by Anna University and is taken by numerous Undergraduate students who wish to enter into a university that accepts the TANCET. There are numerous universities and colleges that offer courses based on the marks acquired through TANCET by the candidates.

Crack TANCET Exam

The universities are varied and only those institutions in the state of Tamil Nadu accept the Tamil Nadu Common Entrance Test, and only those which are affiliated with the Anna University Administration. The exams are usually held once in a year and the TANCET for 2015 is scheduled to held on 16th of May were TANCET for MCA will be conducted during 10.00a.m. to 12.00p.m. Application for TANCET will be issued from 1st of April till 20th of April both Paper based Application and Online on the Anna University Campus, Guindy and Online at AU's Official Website.

The following are a few tips and tricks to beat the exam blues and successfully write the Tamil Nadu Common Entrance test without any worries.

TANCET 2015 preparation tips and tricks

Some people feel that is important to get into a coaching class and be prepared for TANCET but in actuality, it is quite possible to be fully prepared for the Tamil Nadu Common Entrance Test from home with just a little bit of conviction.

1. Have a routine time table and follow it religiously. Do not make excuses to run away from studying. Be focused at all times. The timetable will be very useful as it will help the students prepare for all the subjects equally.

2. Use the following reference books

‘TANCET MCA – Anna University’ by V.V.K. Subburaj
‘TANCET MBA – Anna University’ by E.S. Ramasamy
‘Quantitative Aptitude’ By R.S. Agarwal And S. Chand
“Reasoning Textbook’ By R.S. Agarwal And S. Chand
‘Numerical Methods’ by Srimanta Pal
Power System Analysis, T.K. Nagsarkar, M. S. Sukhija

3. Practice with past question papers and gauge your competence with the papers so you know where you stand.

4. Prepare through


Negative marks have a big impact on your Entrance test so first be prepared with things that you know for sure and then move onto the other subjects gradually. Make sure your basics are all right. Make genuine efforts to not make a mistake during taking the practice papers and make yourself able to attempt every question with proper determination.

Time yourself since the question paper will be for a stipulated time. Make sure you don’t miss out on answering all your questions. If you don’t write the questions then you don't get the marks for the test.

-Chief Administrative Officer.
TANCET 2015 Important Question Topics

TANCET 2015 Important Question Topics

Folks,

For TANCET MCA, the total number of questions would be 100 and the total exam duration would be of 120 minutes. The total MCA paper consists of four main sections, i.e. quantitative ability, analytical reasoning, logical reasoning and computer awareness.

The most important section in quantitative ability in MCA were students lose more marks in this section:

Number systems
Profit and loss
Percentages
Ratio and proportion
Heights and distances
Menstruation
Probability
Permutations and combinations

If we look at each of the subject, then, from Algebra: TANCET important questions topics:

Fundamental equations
Expansion
Factors
Linear and quadratic equations
Indices
Logarithm
Geometric
Arithmetic and harmonic progressions
Binomial theorem
Permutations and combinations
Surds
Determinants
Matrices
Applications to linear equations

For coordinate geometry section, the TANCET important questions topics are:

Rectangular cartesian coordinates
Equations of a line
Midpoints
Intersections
Circle
Distance
Lines
Parabola
Ellipse
Hyperbola
Translation
Rotation
Scaling

For calculus section, the TANCET important questions and topics are:

Function limits
Continuous functions
Differentiation of functions
Normal and tangents
Maxima and minima
Integration of function by parts
Substitution and partial fractions
Defining integral applications to volumes
Surfaces of frustums of sphere
Cylinder
Cone etc.

In differential equation section, the TANCET important questions topics are:

Differential equations of first orders with solutions
Linear differential equations and their constant coefficients
Homogeneous linear equations
Differential equations.

These are some of the TANCET important topics and subtopics, the candidate should solve more mock tests to get more topics.

We do not give any guarantee that the Quantitative section will be completely based on the above mentioned topics alone but are based on the previous TANCET Examination papers.

-Chief Administrative Officer.
Tamil Nadu State Level Placement Programme

Tamil Nadu State Level Placement Programme

Folks,

Anna University, Chennai is organizing “Tamil Nadu State Level Placement Programme” (TNSLPP) 2014-15, for the Present Final Year (2015 Passing Out Students) studying in University Colleges and Affiliated Engineering Colleges of Anna University, Tamil Nadu under Combined Zones (Coimbatore & Tirunelveli). THE DATE, TIME AND VENUE FOR THE CHENNAI ZONE STUDENTS WILL BE ANNOUNCED ON LATER DATE IN ANNA UNIVERSITY WEBSITE.

THIS IS ONLY FOR ENGINEERING STUDENTS.


-Chief Administrative Officer.

Job Fair on 21 & 22 Mar 2015 in Chennai

Folks,

PERI Institute of Technology is conducting Chennai's largest job fair, the PERI Job Fair 2015 on 21st & 22nd of March 2015 at PERI campus, Mannivakkam, West Tambaram, Chennai. 

More than 20 MNCs including Wipro, Cognizant, Infosys, HCL, Dell, Tech Mahindra, Polaris and many more are coming to meet you. 

All Engineering, MBA, MCA, Arts & Science, Life Science, Diploma students (2012, 2013, 2014 or 2015 batches) are welcome. Entry is free.

Do not miss this great opportunity for a fulfilling career with the best companies in India and around the globe! For more details visit periit.com.

NO ADMISSION WITHOUT ONLINE REGISTRATION.



What to expect?

> Complete A/C Campus
> 20+ top employers
> Chance of meeting employers face to face


How do I get a great job?

> Dress in professional attire and be well groomed. First impression is the best impression!
> Ensure you have updated your resume with your latest experience and achievements.
> Check the formatting and spelling in your resume thoroughly before printing.
> Please bring a copy of any identifying document such as passport, Voter ID, PAN Card, College ID Card, Driving License etc.
> Bring at least 10 hard copies of your resume.


PARTICIPATING COMPANIES IN PERI JOB FAIR 2015:-


Infosys
HCL
IBM
Wipro
Polaris
Tech Mahindra
Sutherland
CSS Corp
Randstad
Concentrix
Protech Soft
Adaptavant
Data Logics
Serco
Kochar
Gestamp
Delphi TVS
Saradha Motors
JTEKT Sona Automotive
Dhonadhi Infotech
Aqua Pure Plus
Prelude Systems
Maarga Systems
Bharath Matrimony

-Chief Administrative Officer.
TANCET 2015 Official Info Anna Univ

TANCET 2015 Official Info Anna Univ

Folks,

TANCET 2015 Application form will be issued during 01-04-2015 to 20-04-2015 in Anna University Campus as well as Online @ www.annauniv.edu/tancet2015

TANCET for MCA will be conducted on 16-05-2015 - 10.00a.m to 12.00p.m.

TANCET for MBA will be conducted on 16-05-2015 - 2.30p.m to 4.30p.m.

Source: Anna University Main Campus Notice Board.

-Chief Administrative Officer.
TANCET 2015 Application Form

TANCET 2015 Application Form

Folks,

The TANCET exam will be conducted on May. The Anna University had informed that the application forms for this exam will be issued from April 1 to 20.

The Students will be selected through this exam for studying the Courses like Postgraduate, Engineering and other PG professional courses offered by the university.

Every Year lakhs of Students will apply for this Exam. The TANCET exam for this year will be conducted in the Month of May.  The Anna University had informed that the application forms for this exam will be issued from April 1 to 20. The filled Application forms should be submitted within 22nd of April.

The exams will be held on 16th and 17th of May. The entrance exam for the MCA will be conducted on 16th May in the morning session between 10.00 Am – 12.00 Pm.  The entrance exam for the MBA will be conducted in the afternoon session between 2.30 Pm to 4.30 Pm.

Same like this, the Entrance exam for the ME- M Tech courses will be conducted on 17th May between 10.00 Am to 12.00 Pm.

Last year only online Applications are allowed for the TANCET Exam. But this year the Application forms can be downloaded through online and also through direct mode.

-Chief Administrative Officer.