PEACE FOUNDATION, PATNA has announced merit-cum-means Scholarship to the minority students who are aspirants of Staff Selection Commissions (SSCs) andd Railway Recruitment Boards (RRBs) etc.
Thousands of vacancies are filled up every year for different posts through competitive examinations conducted by Staff Selection Commissions (SSCs), Railway Recruitment Boards (RRBs) etc. The loan is to be refunded in easy instalments for the future needy students of the society. In order to groom the selected candidates for these competitive examinations they will be admitted to the premier coaching centres in PATNA and will also be provided free study materials. The selection of candidates will be done through basic screening test and interview.
The application form can be obtained by e-mail or by hand from the Foundation’s office.
Employment Notice No, - CUB/22/Faculty/2013 dated 1st November, 2013 (Appointment for Faculty Positions)
Central University of Bihar (CUB) - a Central University established by Act 2009 is calling applications for the Professors, Associate Professors and Assistant Professros in various streams for its Gaya campus. The duly filled in application form, complete in all respect along with required fee must reach the office of the Registrar, Central University of Bihar, BIT Campus, P.O.: B.V.College, Patna - 800014 on or before 30th November, 2013 through Speed Post / Registered post only.
The controller examination Bihar Combined Entrance Competitive Examination Board has issued fresh notification for admission in diploma / certificate courses. The tests will be conducted on pre-declared dates 27th July, 2013 and 28th July, 2013 at various centres from 11 AM to 1:15 PM (first sitting) and 2:00 Pm to 4:15 Pm (second-sitting) both days.
A couple of days back I was busy in taking interviews for the sales executive position in my organization. The HR had called ten candidates for a couple of vacancies for the interview. However, while taking interviews as usual like earlier I became restless by seeing the qualification of candidates. Out of 10 candidates 6 were MBA qualified and rest were having B.Tech qualification from private colleges Mangalam Institute, Jaipuria Institute of Management, etc. Most of the candidates were either looking for a break or working with some companies in profiles not related to their qualification. I came across very disappointing instances while taking the interviews.
Let me start with the personality of the candidates, it was quite Ok. But all were not having the upto the mark dress sense, I didn’t give much attention to this point. Further I moved to resumes of candidates, out of 10 only two were having proper resumes. Rest candidates were having very bad resumes with spelling mistakes, not proper fonts of words and details were not typed in proper order.
My seven years association with corporate world has made me well versed with job requirements and priorities given by the recruiters. Of course, selecting the right candidate for the company’s profile was my priority but I thought to give a lesson to candidates who were not having suitable qualification for the profile and having other shortcomings.
I went heavily against the B.Tech qualified students in a friendly way and told them why they have come for interview. The answer was common from all that they are jobless and badly need a break to earn money. When I asked them, what is the benefit of working in profile of Sales executive if you are having B.Tech degree. A totally illogical answer was given by the candidates that after few months they will switch over the job once they will get the job opportunity related to Bachelor of Technology. I was shocked with their logic and clearly told them that I am not going to select them. But at the meantime I consoled them in proper way and had motivated them to have patience and join a job related to their profile.
Similarly, the MBA qualified was not having good communication skills and they were not at all confident while going through interview. There overall presentation was not good and there was no point to select them on professional ground. Reason, all were having MBA degrees from private institutions and they were not groomed up properly. Neither they have got campus selection after spending between 5 lakh to 6 lakh as fees. On the whole, they were totally anxious about their career and not sure what to do next, and how to proceed ahead their lives.
I was quite shocked and disturbed as well over the nexus of private institutions offering MBA, B.Tech and other professional courses. By charging the fees in lakhs the institutions leave the students at cross-roads and the major corporate groups and reputes companies never give opportunity to such students. The main reason behind such private institutions nexus is the negligence attitude of government and education ministry. These private institutions are given recognition by UGC (University Grant Commission) without fulfilling the criteria.
I have launched a debate on Facebook and came across a variety of opinions (views). I am sharing those bunch of feedback below.
Was taking interviews for Sales Executive position in my team. Oh my God lots of MBA and B.Tech turned up for interview but most of them were having issues like lack of confidence, bad communication skills and most important no any goal (target) in life.....Almost all the candidates were having MBA or B.Tech degrees from Private institutes but they were not fulfilling event the basic requirements......Why the govt (MHRD) is giving 'No Objection' to such institutes that are doing only making and playing with the career of India's youth.......