Sunday, 30 June 2013

Educational websites, admissions, online apply & Details


JNTU Anantapur Results & Marklist:-

Scholarship Apply/Renewal                                         For non minority students:-PGECET-2015:-
For minority students:-

Andhra Pradesh ParaMedical Board:

Application forms:


LPCET 2013:

Sri Venkateswara University:

CEEP (POLYTECHNIC) Andhra Pradesh :

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State Board of Technical Education (A.P):
ECET (Polytechnic in Andhra Pradesh):

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Friday, 28 June 2013

Mumbai Software Companies Addresses and contacts

Software Companies in Mumbai addresses and contacts

S.No. Name Address Email & Telephone Website
124x7learning Logo
24x7 Learning Solutions Pvt Ltd 
No.190, First Floor
Powai Plaza, Hiranandani Gardens
Mumbai 400 076
3DPLM Software 
Solution Limited
Plant-6, Pirojshanagar, Vikhroli (West), Mumbai -400 079   +91 (22) 6705 6500
(fax) +91 (22) 6705 6891 
3i Infotech Ltd
Akruti Centre Point, 6th Floor
M.I.D.C Central Road
Next to Marol Telephone Exchange
Andheri (East), Mumbai - 400 093
A.G Technologies
Pvt Ltd 
E-3, Western Industrial Co-op. Estate,
Central Road, M.I.D.C., Oppz SEEPZ,
Andheri (East),
Mumbai - 400093 
+91-22-28250567 / 
28250568 / 
3914 5700 
Zenith Infotech Ltd. 
Zenith House, 29, Central Road,
Andheri ( East), Mumbai - 400093 
91-22-28377300, 28366030
6ABM logo 
ABM Knowledgeware Ltd 
5, Unique Industrial Estate,
Off Veer Savarkar Marg,
Prabhadevi, Mumbai 400 025 
91-022-24379402, 91-022-24374687, 91-022-24310256, 
XS CAD India Pvt Ltd 
Mahavir Industrial Estate
Off Mahakali Caves Road
Andheri (East)
Mumbai 400 093
+ 91 22 6694 2817
Accenture Services 
Pvt Ltd 
ADDRESS1: Level 6, Tower 1 & 2, 
Logitech Park, 
Andheri Kurla Rd, 
Andheri (East), 
Sakinaka, Mumbai,
ADDRESS2: Plant 3 Godrej & Boyce Complex, 
Off LBS Marg,
Vikhroli (West)
Mumbai, MH
-----------------------    ADDRESS3:No.2/B1, Godrej & Boyce Complex, Off LBS Marg, Vikhroli West, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400079
022 6682 5000
022 6600 3000
022 6798 4000 
9HOMEAccton Technology Corporation Ltd fatima Villa,
Behind Sterling Apts,
Church Road,
Marol, Andheri (E)
Mumbai 400 059 
8204437, 8203748
10Adventity BPO India 
Pvt Ltd 
Adventity House
C-2, Wagle Industrial Estate,
Thane - 400 604 
+91 22 67 999 000
11imageAegis BPO Services Ltd  Essar House
P.O.Box No. 7945
Mumbai - 400 034
+91 22
6660 1100 

Monday, 24 June 2013

How to Behave with BOSS in Office

“If you think your boss is stupid, remember: you wouldn’t have a job if he was any smarter.”  – John Gotti

 An impressed boss can act as a major contributor to your career growth. So, it is important to ensure that you create a good impression on your supervisors through your work and behaviour

We all know that, if you have to stay happy at work, it is crucial to have a happy boss. Your boss shapes your career - salary hike, responsibilities, appraisal etc. If you think it is only your sitting late that impresses your boss, think again. The criterion for any boss is quality of your work and the impression you have on everyone. So, it is as important to be good as it is to do good. Just learn to score your points and strive towards making an impression.

  • Demonstrate motivation and confidence: Tell your supervisors about your aspirations and ask them to give you more work responsibilities. Take up whatever work you are given with confidence and perform aggressively. Talk confidently to people. Showing motivation and confidence towards work goes a long way in creating a good impression on supervisors.

  • Observe and listen carefully: Observe how your boss and other senior employees behave in the office. Listen to what they have to say. This way, you not only learn how business is conducted in the office but also learn about their individual working style. Remember - these people, with their rich background and knowledge, can be good mentors too.

  • Avoid gossiping: Gossiping is an evil that haunts every workplace. A lot of people merrily indulge in the same, not realizing the damage it can cause. Stay away! Listen to what the gossip mongers have to say to keep yourself updated about latest happenings in the office, but do not comment or participate. Unnecessary

Friday, 21 June 2013


Our Parents are the ones who brought us into this world. But not all parents are the nicest people. Here are some tips to be happy with parents and make our life fruitful.

Respect them as much as you can. Take a deep breath, then walk away to cool off. Try not to look as upset as you really are.

Do your best not to antagonize them. If you offend them, tell them you are sorry and that you regret your actions towards them.

Try to reason with them. If they are not letting you do a few things such as going out with friends, school dances etc., ask them why you cannot attend and explain why you think you should be able to. If they agree, willingly tell them what you will be doing, what you would need, and the time you'll return by. Decide a curfew together and stick to it. 

Tuesday, 18 June 2013

June 17 1858 (Dead) Rani Lakshmibai

Today we pay tribute to Lakshmi Bai – the Rani (queen) of Jhansi – killed in battle one hundred and fifty-three years ago by British Imperialists during India’s First War of Independence. She was twenty-two years old. The story of this freedom-fighting warrior heroine is the stuff of legend. Like Boudicca, she trained and personally led an army against occupying forces. Like Joan of Arc, she rode into battle dressed as a man. And, like the fictitious Scarlet Pimpernel, so mysterious and mythologised is the Rani that it’s difficult to identify the truth. Was she beautiful, as most accounts claim? Or was her face disfigured by smallpox? Was she a diplomatic head of state, or a ruthless and cunning warrior? Even the details of her death are uncertain. Many Western sources cite the date as 17th June 1858, while orthodox Indian references state the 18th. According to some versions, she died riding into battle against the British. Others say that she was shot while holding the ramparts of Gwalior Fort. Whatever the truth, the story of a female leader battling for her kingdom against the might of the British fired the Indian nationalistic imagination. During the long struggle for freedom, it was the Rani of Jhansi who served as the emblematic symbol of resistance.