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Please send me a PPT on Recruitment process of different IT (Corporates) Companies???
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looking forward to hear from you soon.
Thanks and regards,
Afshan.
From India, Hyderabad
Guys Please help me out with giving me the PPT on recruitment process of Different companies??:idea:
From India, Hyderabad
Dear Afshan
Season Greetings
Am Sachin G, Project Manager for Google India. Kindly email me on my email id so that I may forward you the Recruitment Process in various Corporate Like wise- Google, Infosys, IBM, Microsoft and Yahoo and other too.
My id is-
From India, Nagpur
Hi,
Sachin please post it on this site so that all the member can benifitied fom this. Hope to see you presentation soon on this site.
Thanks and regard,
Sam Tripathy

From India, Surat
I need resumes who are any graduate with 2-3 years of experience in the field of Sales &marketing:-
Skills Required:
Good Communication - written & Oral
Knowledge on Computer
Good analytical process
Should display high ethical standards.
salary commencurate with the candidate profile.
Should be able to join in minimum ti8me span.
Based at Nasik (Maharashtra).
From India, Nagpur
I need resumes who are any graduate with 2-3 years of experience in the field of Sales &marketing:-
Skills Required:
Good Communication - written & Oral
Knowledge on Computer
Good analytical process
Should display high ethical standards.
salary commencurate with the candidate profile.
Should be able to join in minimum time span.
Based at Nasik (Maharashtra).
Mail Your Resumes to
From India, Nagpur
Bojour Everyone
I request you that if the ppt is not confidential then u please upload on the website itself.Instead of sending it to individual's id which makes the job more cumberome, placing on the common url will help to share the information with all.
Keep Sharing!!!
Kanupriya
:):):)
From India, Gurgaon
Please post it on cite hr so that all can a view on the posting
Bye
Usha

From India, Hyderabad
Hi Afshan, kindly find the recruitment/ resourcing process follwed by my Orgnisation Kind Regards Vishal G
From India, Mumbai

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Dear Sachin,
I am a new member on this forum. I have sent a mail at your gmail account requesting you to kindly mail the recruitment process at various IT companies to me at .
Waiting for your reply,
Regards,
Prof. Nidhi Khare
Faculty-HR
ISCOM
From India, Mumbai
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Utilizing search engines
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So much information is on the web, its mind boggling. Thankfully we have search
engines to sift through them and categorize them for us. Unfortunately, there is still so much info that even with these search engines, its often a painstakingly slow process (something comparable to death for a hacker) to find exactly what you're looking for.

Lets get right into it.

I use google.com as my primary search engine because it presently tops the charts as far as the sites that it indexes which means more pertinent info per search.

1. Page translation.
Just because someone speaks another language doesn't mean they dont have anything useful to say. I use translation tools like the ones found at

Yahoo! Babel Fish - Text Translation and Web Page Translation
and

Yahoo! Babel Fish - Text Translation and Web Page Translation
to translate a few key words I am searching for. Be specific and creative because these tools arent the most accurate things on the planet.

2. Directories.
These days everything is about $$$. We have to deal/w SEO (search engine optimization) which seems like a good idea

on paper until you do a search for toys and get 5 pornsites in the first 10 results. Using a sites directory will eliminate that. You can narrow your search down easily by looking for the info in specific catagories. (PS google DOES have directories, they're at: directory.google.com)

3. Here are some tips that google refers to as "advanced"

A. "xxxx" / will look for the exact phrase. (google isnt case sensitive)
B. -x / will search for something excluding a certain term
C. filetype:xxx / searches for a particular file extention (exe, mp3, etc)
D. -filetype:xxx / excludes a particular file extention
E. allinurl:x / term in the url
F. allintext:x / terms in the text of the page
G. allintitle:x / terms in the html title of that page
H. allinanchor:x / terms in the links

4. OR
Self explanatory, one or the other... (ie: binder OR joiner)

5. ~X
Synonyms/similar terms (in case you can't think of any yourself)

6. Numbers in a range.
Lets say you're looking for an mp3 player but only want to spend up to $90. Why swim through all the others? MP3 player $0..$90 The 2 periods will set a numeric range to search between. This also works with dates, weights, etc

7. +
Ever type in a search and see something like this:
"The following words are very common and were not included in your search:"
Well, what if those common words are important in your search? You can force google to search through even the common terms by putting a + in front of the denied word.

8. Preferences
It amazes me when I use other peoples PCs that they dont have their google search preferences saved. When you use google as much as I do, who can afford to not have preferences? They're located on the right of the search box, and have several options, though I only find 2 applicable for myself...
A. Open results in new browser
B. Display 10-100 results per page. (I currently use 50 per page, but thats a resolution preference, and 5X's the default)

9. *
Wildcard searches. Great when applied to a previously mentioned method. If you only know the name of a prog, or are looking for ALL of a particular file (ie. you're DLing tunes) something like *.mp3 would list every mp3.

10. Ever see this?
"In order to show you the most relevant results, we have omitted some entries very similar to the X already displayed. If you like, you can repeat the search with the omitted results included." The answer is YES. yes yes yes. Did I mention yes? I meant to.

11. Search EVERYWHERE
Use the engine to its fullest. If you dont find your answer in the web section, try the group section. Hell, try a whole different search engine. Dont limit yourself, because sometimes engines seem to intentionally leave results out.
ex. use google, yahoo, and altavista. search the same terms... pretty close, right? Now search for disney death. Funny, altavista has plenty of disney, but no death...hmmm.

If you've read this far into this tutorial without saying, "Great, a guy that copied a few google help pages and thinks its useful info" then I will show you WHY (besides accuracy, speed, and consistancy finding info on ANYTHING) its nice to know how a search engine works. You combine it/w your knowledge of other protocol.

Example:
Want free music? Free games? Free software? Free movies? God bless FTP! Try this search:
intitle:"Index of music" "rolling stones" mp3
Substitute rolling stones/w your favorite band. No? Try the song name, or another file format. Play with it.

Assuming SOMEONE made an FTP and uploaded it, you'll find it.

For example....I wanted to find some Sepultura. If you never heard them before, they're a Brazilian heavy metal cband that kicks ass. I started with this:
intitle:"Index of music" "Sepultura" mp3 <-- nothing
intitle:"Index of música" "Sepultura" mp3 <-- nothing
intitle:"Index of musica" "Sepultura" mp3 <-- not good enough
intitle:"Index of music" "Sepultura" * <-- found great stuff, but not enough Sepultura

At this point it occurs to me that I may be missing something, so I try:
intitle:"index of *" "sepultura" mp3 <-- BANG!
(and thats without searching for spelling errors)
Also try inurl:ftp

I find that * works better for me than trying to guess other peoples mis-spellings.

The same method applies for ebooks, games, movies, SW, anything that may be on an FTP site.

I hope you enjoyed this tutorial, and I saw that recently a book and an article was written on the very same topic.

I havn't read them as of yet, but check em out, and get back to me if you feel I missed something important andcshould include anything else.

intitle:"index of" "google hacks" ebook

Ps. I've said it before, I'll say it again... BE CREATIVE. You'll be surprised what you can find.
From India, Nagpur
Dear All Plz find here the ebooks for the concern.
From India, Nagpur

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hi Sachin ,
happy diwali ............ please could u provide me the information reagarding the form which has to be filled by the candidate brfore the interview.Please do send me, Recruitment Process in various Corporate Like wise- Google, Infosys, IBM, Microsoft and Yahoo and other too.

take care
akash
My id is- [/quote]
From India, Delhi
Hi,
Am Shubashree Guruprasad working for Wipro TEchnologies and would like to have the PPT on the Recruitment Process of Different Organisations...
Thank you
Shubashree Guruprasad
Asst. Manager
Wipro Technologies, Chennai
Season Greetings
Am Sachin G, Project Manager for Google India. Kindly email me on my email id so that I may forward you the Recruitment Process in various Corporate Like wise- Google, Infosys, IBM, Microsoft and Yahoo and other too.
My id is- [/quote]
From India
Hi Sachin,
Please send me the PPT at or , it will be a great help for me.
Regards,
Murali.N
Season Greetings
Am Sachin G, Project Manager for Google India. Kindly email me on my email id so that I may forward you the Recruitment Process in various Corporate Like wise- Google, Infosys, IBM, Microsoft and Yahoo and other too.
My id is- [/quote]
From India, Madras
Recruitment flow chart... Ajith
From India, Madras

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Dear Friends, Greetings of the day!!!!!!!!! I have to make a recruitment manual can anybody please help me out with this by sending some usefull information.
From India, Delhi
Hi, I am looking for the job in HR,having 2 years exp. in Hr.please find my resume attached. Waiting for positive reply. Thanks & Regards Nidhi Saxena 9823339052/9764448997
From India, Pune

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hi professionals, am very new to this website and am really confused in extracting data on any TQM project for onward submission to an university.
can someone really help me out in this regard. my email id is
Any ready made project on TQM will do and also i would be happy if somebody could also mail me a Thesis on any TQM topic.
am new and also would like to make friends with interests in similar subjects.
am reachable at 0422-6458921
thanxxxxxxx...
From India, Calcutta
hey all, im working on a project-reward management practices and need info of various companies, if you could forward me as much as u can, need to report back...
From India, Hyderabad
Hello Sachin, Can you kindly forward the recruitment process to
Thank you so much in advance,
deepa:icon1:

From India, Pune
IBM: IBM - India Software Lab - Frequently Asked Questions - India

MICROSOFT: Microsoft recruiters take you through 3 rounds of the reviews:
  • 1st one. Your CV is reviewed and matched the job requirements. This is the shortest round and you may be contacted within a week with the second round interview proposition.
  • 2nd round appeared to be the longest one. Generally you will talk to different people on the phone. You'll be asked technical questions and tested in different aspects like basic knowledge, background depth, logical thinking, etc. Finally your team player skills will be tested by the HR department in 30-45 minutes call. Since HR is the one who makes the decision whether you match the requirements you'd better stay focused during this call and answer exactly what is asked. Do not inventing anything. Be honest. When this round is over you'll be contacted in a few weeks with the outcome. In my case it took them one week to make up their minds.
  • 3rd round is mostly technical. You'll be invited to talk face-to-face with Microsoft employees. I talked to 5 people from different departments with different problems. Some of them ask algorithms, some asked me to test the function and a few people came with their problems in projects asking me to help them sort the problems out. It was very interesting! The most amazing part of the process.

Accenture

First round
This is a skills-based interview. We’ll look at your functional, technical, project management, teamworking skills, and the skills that are most relevant to the role you have applied for. This interview will be with someone at Manager level or above from the area you are hoping to join. At the end of this, the Manager and the HR contact will decide whether or not to put you forward to the second round.

For Systems Integration & Technology Consulting candidates: The skills-based phone interview may look at a number of things such as functional and project management experience; however it will focus very heavily on technology. The interview will be conducted by a member of our SI&T Consulting team (manager level or above) who will also have the same technical speciality as yourself. The interview will focus on not just technological theory but practical application and your experiences to date.

Second round

The second round will include two separate assessments. You will have a competency-based interview with a member of the HR Team. This will focus on many of the skills and attributes that we feel are important for success at Accenture. Your interviewer will ask you for specific examples that demonstrate certain competencies and will discuss these with you in-depth as well as exploring things such as your understanding of the role and your motivations for joining.

Additionally you will also meet with either a Senior Manager or Senior Executive from the business. This meeting will include another competency based interview but also a case-study to explore your business acumen.

PLEASE NOTE: For the majority of candidates, it will be a two-stage process. However, there are occasions where we may invite candidates for a third-round interview.

Timelines
You should receive a response from your initial application within two weeks of applying. How quickly we are able to schedule your assessments will depend on the availability of the appropriate interviewers and also your own diary.

Within 2 weeks of attending your second round assessment you will be advised of the outcome. Whether or not you are successful, full feedback on your performance will be available to you.

TCS Recruitment Procedure:

i) Initial screening(60% in 10th and 12th and 70% in Engineering)
ii) Online Aptitude Test
iii) Technical Interview
iv) HR Interview

Aptitude Test:

Different mix of questions for each.
Synonyms and Antonyms.
Sentence completion passage
Comprehension passage
Barron's GRE guide may be helpful
Time 20 mins for verbal and non-verbal part.
10 synonyms,10 antonyms and two passages

Quantitative part:

Time 40 minutes
Logical part
Barron's GRE guide may be useful
No psychometric procedure
No sectional cut off
Time 30 minutes

Technical Interview:

Some HR questions may also be asked

HR Interview:

There may be some technical questions also
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Infosys Technologies Limited: (Acclaimed to be the most structured recruitment procedure)

Eligibility – All branches of Engineering
Duration of the selection process – 150 minutes

Filling up of application form.

Aptitude Test in Analytical Thinking, Arithmetic and Logical Reasoning – 30 questions in 45 minutes. No puzzles.

Communicative English Test. – 40 questions in 30 minutes.

The Aptitude Test - Analytical type – Typically on the lines of CAT Test.
Books by R S Agarwal may be useful

HR Interview

Hexaware Recruitment Procedure:

Four stages
1) Aptitude Test: 50+ questions in english and aptitude – 1 hour
2) Group Discussion
3) Technical interview - strong knowledge of C,C++
4) HR interview

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Accenture
SELECTION PROCEDURE
The Selection Procedure would consist of :
Test (Aptitude) and Essay writing
Discussion
Interview
Interview
From India, Nagpur
Hello all,
I am the CEO of KYE GOLD pvt ltd. We are a start up and due to the limitations in the budget, i am taking care of the recruitement process and we are looking for candidiates in diffreent domains. Will be appreaciated if you can forward the details to
Regards,
Vijay Kambhampati
From India, Hyderabad
Dear Sachin,
This is Vidya. Can you Kindly email me on my email id regarding the Recruitment Process in various Corporate Like wise- Google, Infosys, IBM, Microsoft and Yahoo and others too.
My id is-

From India, Madras
i have ppt of recruitment process..take it.. but its not of any company.... regards vandana
From India, Gurgaon

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As you were mentioning RPO.. find the link below of my project report. Thought it might help you...
HR Management | "A Study on Partnership Between IT Companies & RPO Providers"
let me know if you have any questions..

From India, Hyderabad
Dear frieds,
I am a student of MMS 1 and as a part of my project, I wud be benchmarking best recruitment practices in the industry. Pls help me with the same.....pls.....If u'all hv any than pls mail on my ID :
Regards,
Pooja Fernandes.
From India, Mumbai
hi all.. i 'm in urgent need of recruitment process of tata indicom or teleservices.. could anyone send me the recruitment process of this company or any company otherwise..i would be really thankful..
From India, Bangalore
n.a
Hi Sachin, Am working on a Recruitment Strategy for a Retail company. Any pointers/ guidelines or reference material that you could share would be a great help!! Thanks.
From India, Delhi
Hi Sachin,
I am into Training and development and i also take up recruitment process sometimes.
So i am in great need of the info.(Recruitment process of different companies). Plz forward to my mail --
Regards
karthik
Hyderabad.
From India, Hyderabad
hi everybody, iam koti studing MBA froma B-school in Hyd. I want to do my project on recruitment but iam unable to find different topics in recruitment.
Can any body suddest some recruitment related topics?
Thankyou
Regards
koti
From India, Hyderabad
hi to all,
I have recently done project on recruitment and selection process of one manufacturing organisation (PSU).I need to compare how its different from other organisations (manufacturing company basically).Kindly help me out in this regard if any of you have information on recruitment procedure of other manuf.companies.
thanks!!!!
Priyanka
From India, Bhopal
hi Sachin As noticed everyone is asking to send the same on their i.d’s its better to post the same here itself so that everyone who needs it,could be benefitted. Regards Supriya
From India, Gurgaon
Dear all
Please help in the questioneir asked during the interview for HR/Admin as i have faced the problem once when i being asked that what are your achivements in HR/Admin. I got confused and was not able to answer anything on that. Please help me for the same though i have experience of 1.6 months in this feild but still.
From India, Pune
I am a new member on this forum. I have sent a mail at your gmail account requesting you to kindly mail the recruitment process at various IT companies to me at my email id is .
Waiting for your reply,
Regards,
G.M.Venkatesh.
From India



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