Friday, 31 August 2012

Interview Types

Interview Types

Phone Interview

So why do companies conduct phone interviews? Phone interviews give the company a chance to get a feel for your skill-set, interests, desired compensation etc., and see if there is a match between their needs and your strengths. If there is enough common ground, then the phone interviews are almost always followed-up by an in-person interview. Phone interviews are generally conducted in two steps. The first step is with a recruiter in Human Resources. The second step is a technical interview, usually with one of the people you would be working with. Technical phone interviews are usually only conducted for people living outside the geographical region. This is done because the company wants to have some level of confidence in your technical abilities before they decided to spend the money to fly you in for an in-person interview.

In-Person Interview

If you survived the initial phone interview, the next step is probably an in-person interview. Every company has their own way of conducting these interviews. Some prefer to have “panel-like” interviews, while others prefer one-to-one interviews. Expect to interview with three to four technical people (most likely the people you will end up working with) and maybe a group manager. The entire interviewing process can take anywhere between 2 to 6 hours.

Thursday, 30 August 2012

ValueLabs walkins

Eligibility        B.Sc/ B.Com BA/ BCA /BBA / MA / M.Sc / M.Com Graduates
Experience     Freshers

Location         Hyderabad

Job Role: Entry Level Customer Support Executives
Job Summary :
Eligibility Criteria:

B.Sc/ B.Com/ BA/ BCA /BBA / MA / M.Sc / M.Com graduates from 2010. 2011 & 2012 batch.

Willingness to work in night shifts

Excellent verbal& written Communication skills. Analytical Skills


TCS walkins in August 2012 for Freshers

Qualcomm Recruitment


Eligibility        BE/BTech

Location         Hyderabad

Job Role: Integration Engineer

Walkins on .net in Hyderabad

                                                                Apollo Health
Company        Apollo Health Street Ltd.
Eligibility        B.Tech/B.E, M.Sc - Any Specialization, MCA - Computers
Experience     1-3 Years
Location         Hyderabad Apollo Health Street Ltd.

Job Role: Software Engineer (.net) with 1-3 Years Exp

Job Summary :
Minimum 1-3 years of current experience on ASP.Net, C#, Ajax, Java Script, Jquery and HTML
Experience on Oracle is an added advantage
Well-versed with design and object oriented methodologies
Should be capable of handling the assignments independently

Difference b/w bio-data , Resume and Cv

Bio-data , Resume and Cv

Sunday, 26 August 2012

Hiring Freshers

walk-ins in hyderabad

Android tablets with keyboard

Archos is launching a new line of tablets, Gen10 XS, starting mid-September, including a 10-inch Android tablet that boasts a removable keyboard. The Archos 101 XS is the first tablet in the French electronics brand's new line. Thinner than the current iPad at 8mm (against 9.4mm for the Apple device), it weighs 600g.
Its 10.1 inch screen boasts a resolution of 1280 x 800, and the device runs on a 1.5GHz processor, with 1Gb of RAM and 16Gb of Flash memory (which can be extended with MicroSD cards). It is WiFi and Bluetooth enabled, but there will be no 3G version.
It will ship with Android Ice Cream Sandwich, which could later be updated to Jelly Bean.
Magnetic keyboard
The tablet will be shipped with a removable magnetic keyboard that will double as a protective case and kickstand, similar to the keyboards for the Transformers line of Asus tablets and the upcoming Microsoft Surface.

Google+ custom URLs start rolling out

Few weeks ago Google had unveiled custom URL service for Google+ profiles and pages, taking on vanity URLs offered by Facebook. And now Google has expanded the service to more brands and verified individuals.
Users, part of the roll-out, will see a notification on the top of the homepage that says, “your page is preapproved for the custom URL: followed by a Claim URL button that you’ll certainly want to push.” Such users will also be notified via an email to prompt them about claiming theirs.
It's notable the custom URLs service does not let you pick your own URL, but you can seek a different one. Google says once you select your custom URL, you cannot change or transfer it.

Wednesday, 15 August 2012


Hi Friends, I am not going to share a fancy quote about how great India is and how it shaped future for rest of the countries and still continue to do so. We know that already.


All I want to do is request you to spend the next five minutes of your life thinking the things you love about India. 

What makes you proud to be an Indian?
Trust me, it's an amazing feeling.

Happy Independence Day India.

Proud to be born and brought up here

Sunday, 12 August 2012

Saturday, 11 August 2012

ADP recruitment

Company Name :ADP India

Website :

Qualification : B.Com, BA, BHM, BBA, M.Com, MA

Experience :
Freshers 2012

Location : Hyderabad

Job Description:

This is a voice process and you need to be ready to work in night shifts.

 Walk-in Details:

Walk in Date: Any weekday from 10:30 am to 2:00 PM

Contact Person: Manasa Muktevi , 91-40-23408600

Walk-in Venue:

ADP Pvt Ltd,


Fortune 9, Raj Bhavan Road,

Somajiguda, HYDERABAD.

Thursday, 9 August 2012

IT companies mail ids

Jobs important mail ids

These are mail ids of IT companies.

Pass it to Ur friends in search of job....

INTEL Bangalore

ORACLE Bangalore

LUCENT Bangalore

SONY Bangalore Singapore

HUGHES Delhi Bangalore


TCS Bangalore

Veritas Unix Bangalore

Aspect Dev Ecom Bangalore

MBT Pune

HP Bangalore

HCL Tech


NOVELL Bangalore

SUN Bangalore

BPL Innovision -

D E Shaw - Hyderabad

iCode -


InfoGain Delhi

Satyam Bangalore

PSI Bangalore



Siemens Bangalore

Wipro Bangalore

American Data Solutions Bangalore


HCL Tech

Bharti Telesoft


For Lucent

GE India Bangalore

Cognizant walkins on Dot net on 11th August 2012

Company : Cognizant Technology Solutions India Ltd
Website :
Education/ Skills :  Dot net
Experience : 3 – 5 Years
Location : Hyderabad
Industry: IT Software, Software Services
Functionality: Application Programming, Maintenance
Role: Software Developer
Interview Location : Hyderabad
Walk-in in Details :
Date : 11th August, 2012, Time : 9:00 AM to 1:00 PM

Wednesday, 8 August 2012

Openings at Black Rock Systems

Openings at Black Rock Systems

Role: IT-Recruiter
Exp: 1-2years, Freshers
Qualification: Any Graduation

Salary :Not -mentioned

Required Skills:
-Good Communication skills
-Taking care of end to end recruitment process
-Need to achieve the targets

venue details:
Black Rock Systems
H.No:1-11-252/5/a,street no.2
lane beside sbh zonal office,
mothilal nehru nagar,Begumpet.Hyderabad
contact num:040-64648710

Sunday, 5 August 2012

Infosis Model paper

1). Written test
2). HR round only
Hi, Friends, There was no any Technical Round. So no need to preparation for it.. Just focus for HR Round.
NO TECHNICAL ROUND? Because; They will train u for 6-8months when u get to join in their company. Infosys don’t bother about your Technical skills.
Eligibility: 68%(strict) [no 67.99% also] with 0 active backlogs. consistent 60% 10th,inter marks.
At first ,at about 9:30am we had a Presentation Seminar on the Vision, Goals, Achievements of Infosys which was given by a HR from Infosys. Try to be attentive guys and Note Down Interesting Points in this seminar because it will help u at the end of the day in the Interview Round.
This went about for 45 mins and soon they gave application forms and question papers to all the students. First they will give you Aptitude (Logical Reasoning) paper. you will have like 2 mins to go through. This is very important as soon as u get the paper. Just try to review the questions at a glance in those 2 mins. Quickly..

HCL interview Pattern

Sample Paper

Profile of the company

  • Written Test
    The written test consists of 60 questions which are divided into 4 sections .The total duration of the test is 90 minutes. There is negative marking .

    The sectionwise distribution of the questions is as follows:

    This section consisting of 15 questions is based on general computer awareness.
    In this section:
    A correct answer carries 1 mark
    1/4 marks will be deducted for a wrong answer.

    This section also consists of 15 questions. Questions based on C language are asked.
    In this section:
    A correct answer carries 1 mark
    1/4 marks will be deducted for a wrong answer.

    A total of 10 questions based on pointers and structures in C are asked in this section.You can also be asked one or two questions on JAVA also.
    In this section:
    A correct answer carries 2 marks
    1 mark will be deducted for a wrong answer.

    This is the aptitude section consisting of 20 questions. Simple maths questions are asked which are very easy. The logical questions asked are similar to the ones given in the Barron's GRE book.
    In this section:
    A correct answer carries 2 marks
    1/4 mark will be deducted for a wrong answer.

c++ Interview Q and Ans

What is a virtual destructor?
Ans: The simple answer is that a virtual destructor is one that is declared with the virtual attribute.
The behavior of a virtual destructor is what is important. If you destroy an object through a pointer or reference to a base class, and the base-class destructor is not virtual, the derived-class destructors are not executed, and the destruction might not be comple
Can a constructor throw a exception? How to handle the error when the constructor fails?
Ans: The constructor never throws a error.
What are the debugging methods you use when came across a problem?
Ans: Debugging with tools like :
GDB, DBG, Forte, Visual Studio.
Analyzing the Core dump.
Using tusc to trace the last system call before crash.
Putting Debug statements in the program source code.
How the compilers arranges the various sections in the executable image?

Interview Questions in C++ Language

Is it possible to have Virtual Constructor? If yes, how? If not, Why not possible ?
Ans: There is nothing like Virtual Constructor.
The Constructor can’t be virtual as the constructor is a code which is responsible for creating a instance of a class and it can’t be delegated to any other object by virtual keyword means.
What about Virtual Destructor?
Ans: Yes there is a Virtual Destructor. A destructor can be virtual as it is possible as at runtime depending on the type of object pointer is pointing to , proper destructor will be called.
What is Pure Virtual Function? Why and when it is used ?
Ans: The abstract class whose pure virtual method has to be implemented by all the classes which derive on these. Otherwise it would result in a compilation error.
This construct should be used when one wants to ensure that all the derived classes implement the method defined as pure virtual in base class.
What is problem with Runtime type identification?
Ans: The run time type identification comes at a cost of performance penalty. Compiler maintains the class.
How Virtual functions call up is maintained?

struts differences

The Struts Framework

Struts 1.0 weakness addressed by Struts 1.1
Weak point
Struts uses the container’s default logging system and does not provide a ready mechanism for applications to provide their logging language.
(Struts 1.1 implements the Commons-Logging interface package)
Loads a single configuration file per application
Larger projects need to use multiple configuration files that do not need to be shared by the entire team. (Struts 1.1 supports multiple configuration files)
Loads single resource file per locale
Larger projects need to use multiple resource files that do not need to be shared by the entire team (Struts 1.1 supports multiple resource files)
No service manager
ActionServlets must be sub classed to be extended with additional services, such as a custom logger or authentication system. (struts 1.1 offers several new extension points and components)
ActionForm red tape
Struts 1.0 excepts developers to create custom java beans for use with HTML form inputs (Struts 1.1 supports Maps and DynaBeans in place of custom java beans)
Struts 1.1 weakness
Weak point
No event model
Struts is tightly coupled with the request-response model used by HTTP. This can be restricting to developers used to finely grained events.
There is no support for automatic debugging. Developers have to resort to creating manual “breakpoints” by writing to standard out or the container’s log.
No default data model or concrete recommendations
Access to persist data model is left entirely as an exercise for the developer
Single ActionServlet
Only one ActionServlet can be used in a single application. This restriction can lead to configuration conflicts.
Requires understanding of the Struts components
To work in struts, a developer needs to understand several special classes and how they interact.
Vendor does not offer priority supports
The apache software foundation is an all over volunteer organization without a paid staff that can provide a guarantee response.

Struts 1.0 Vs 1.1
1.     First difference regarding ActionServlet sub classing. The implementation of ActionServlet changed quite a little bit between 1.0 and 1.1. Most developers did not sub class from the Struts 1.0 ActionServlet because of two main reasons:

Hypertext Markup Language

Hypertext Markup Language
             The largest network in the world is the Internet. This network is not  used for phones, TVs, or electricity, but for computers. Any  computer connected to this network can communicate with any of the others that are  also connected.  The internet  has  a  number  of  different services  but the most  popular is the  World Wide Web.   The  Web
network  is the core of  what  many hope  will become  the  electronic superhighway  of the future. In addition to today's text, char, and  sound and video clips, the internet will soon feature  full screen TV and movies.
World Wide Web
             The WWW is a series if interconnected documents stored on computer  sites  or  Web sites. When you use your computer  and  a  software program  called  a  Browser to visit a site on the  web,  your  screen displays a document called a Home Page.
Home Page
              Generally  a  home page gives the name of  the  organization  or individual sponsoring the web site and displays a list of  highlighted words, buttons, or pictures.
             The  idea of the Wen was conceived by Tim Berners-Lee at CERN  in 1989  to  facilitate  the collaboration among  scientists  working  on high-energy physics research. He develop the three standards that made the Web possible.  The first  described a way  for computers  to  talk to another over the internet - called HTTP (Hypertext Transfer  Protocol).  The second described how  to  format  documents so  that   they can  be transmitted over the Web - HTML (Hypertext  Markup  Language).

        The  third described a way to give each document a unique  address  so you can find it on the Web - URL (Universal Resource Locator).
             The  independent  software programs such as  those  developed  by Microsoft  and Netscape. Others are integrated into  application  programs such as word processing programs, spreadsheets, and databases.        

The browser provides a number of useful functions:
It allows U to enter the address of the site U want to jump to or to jump there by clicking highlighted words, buttons, pictures or icons called hyperlinks on your screen.
¨       It formats the web documents.
¨       It allows U to back up and go forward through pages U have already visited.
¨       It allows U to print the document U see on the screen.
¨       It allows U to send the receive e-mail and other Internet services.
¨        It makes it possible to transfer files - text, graphics, movies, animations, sounds, and programs - from other computers to your computer (called downloading).

Interview Questions in Microsoft

"Hashing" or "hash," is the method or algorithm used to derive a numeric value     from a piece of data. This could be something as simple as adding up all of the one bits in the data, or as complicated as doing a Fourier transformation of the  data. This is used to encrypt and decrypt the data.

  1. What is distributed query?
In Microsoft SQL Server 2000, distributed queries enable SQL Server users to access data outside a SQL Server-based server, either within other servers running SQL Server or other data sources that expose an OLE DB interface. OLE DB provides a way to uniformly access tabular data from heterogeneous data sources. A distributed query, for the purpose of this document, is any SELECT, INSERT, UPDATE, or DELETE statement that references tables and rowsets from one or more external OLE DB data source. A remote table is a table that is stored in an OLE DB data source and is external to the server running SQL Server executing the query. A distributed query accesses one or more remote tables.
You are a regional sales manager for a large insurance company that has subsidiaries in several countries. Each regional office selects the product that stores its sales data. The United Kingdom subsidiary stores its data in Oracle; the Australian subsidiary stores its data in Access; the Spanish subsidiary stores data in Microsoft Excel; and the United States subsidiary stores its data in SQL Server. You want a report that lists, on a quarterly basis for the last three years, the insurance policies, the subsidiaries, and the sales representatives with the highest quarterly sales figures. Each of these queries can be accomplished by using a single distributed query, running on SQL Server.
  1. What is linked servers?
Linked Servers are external OLE DB compliant data sources. It could be another SQL Server, Oracle, Access etc. Link Servers are used for Distributed queries. You can create or delete a linked server definition with stored procedures (sp_addlinkedserver) or through SQL Server Enterprise Manager.
  1. What are security options that you have for Web Services?

SQL Functions

SQL functions are built into Oracle and are available for use in various appropriate SQL statements. You can also create your own function using PL/SQL.

Single-Row Functions

Single-row functions return a single result row for every row of a queried table or view. These functions can appear in select lists, WHERE clauses, START WITH and CONNECT BY clauses, and HAVING clauses.

Number Functions

Number functions accept numeric input and return numeric values. Most of these functions return values that are accurate to 38 decimal digits.
The number functions available in Oracle are:


ABS returns the absolute value of n.
The following example returns the absolute value of -87:
SELECT ABS(-87) "Absolute" FROM DUAL;


ACOS returns the arc cosine of n. Inputs are in the range of -1 to 1, and outputs are in the range of 0 to pi and are expressed in radians.
The following example returns the arc cosine of .3:
Similar to ACOS, you have ASIN (Arc Sine), ATAN (Arc Tangent) functions.


Returns the lowest integer above the given number.
The following function return the lowest integer above 3.456;
select ciel(3.456) “Ciel” from dual;


Returns the highest integer below the given number.
The following function return the highest integer below 3.456;
select floor(3.456) “Floor” from dual;


Returns the cosine of an angle (in radians).
The following example returns the COSINE angle of 60 radians.
select  cos(60) “Cosine” from dual;


Returns the Sine of an angle (in radians).
The following example returns the SINE angle of 60 radians.
select  SIN(60) “Sine” from dual;



Returns the Tangent of an angle (in radians).
The following example returns the tangent angle of 60 radians.
select  Tan(60) “Tangent” from dual;
Similar to SIN, COS, TAN  functions hyperbolic functions  SINH, COSH, TANH are also available in oracle.


Returns the remainder after dividing m with n.
The following example returns the remainder after dividing 30 by 4.
Select mod(30,4) “MOD” from dual;


Returns the power of m, raised to n.
The following example returns the 2 raised to the power of 3.
select  power(2,3) “Power” from dual;


Returns the e raised to the power of n.
The following example returns the e raised to power of 2.
select exp(2) “e raised to 2” from dual;


Returns natural logarithm of n.
The following example returns the natural logarithm of 2.
select ln(2) from dual;


Returns the logarithm, base m, of n.

The following example returns the log of 100.
select log(10,100) from dual;


Returns a decimal number rounded of to a given decimal positions.
The following example returns the no. 3.4573 rounded to 2 decimals.

select round(3.4573,2) “Round” from dual;


Returns a decimal number Truncated to a given decimal positions.
The following example returns the no. 3.4573 truncated to 2 decimals.
select round(3.4573,2) “Round” from dual;


Returns  the square root of a given number.
The following example returns the square root of  16.
select  sqrt(16) from dual;

Character Functions

Character functions operate on values of dataype  CHAR or VARCHAR.


Returns a given string in lower case.
select LOWER(‘SAMI’) from dual;


Returns a given string in UPPER case.
select UPPER(‘Sami’) from dual;


Returns a given string with Initial letter in capital.
select INITCAP(‘mohammed sami’) from dual;
Mohammed Sami


Returns the length of a given string.
select length(‘mohammed sami’) from dual;


Returns a substring from a given string. Starting from position p to n characters.
For example the following query returns “sam” from the string “mohammed sami”.
select substr('mohammed sami',10,3) from dual;


Tests whether a given character occurs in the given string or not. If the character occurs in the string then returns the first position of its occurrence otherwise returns 0.
The following query tests whether the character “a” occurs in string “mohammed sami”
select instr('mohammed sami','a') from dual;


Replaces a given set of characters in a string with another set of characters.
The following query replaces “mohd” with “mohammed” .
select replace('ali mohd khan','mohd','mohammed') from dual;
ali mohammed khan