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Corporate Hr
Shilpa.u
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Nareshtaneja
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ProRaj
Manager
Umapriya
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Nitin Desai
Hr - Exec.
Recruiter.Nagendra
Synergy 3otechnologies

Thread Started by #nitin desai

Hello Friends,
Can any body help me regarding IT Recruitment Procedure.
I am a recruitment proffesional having nearly 2 yrs of experience and knowledge in recruitment but that in Insurance, Banking and other engineering ie; NOT IT.
IT Recruiters are in huge demands so I Want to know about IT Recruitment, Its process, and key skills one should possess to have expertise in IT & ITES Recruitment.
Please make it urgent as i have starting recieving offers and just delaying my interviews because of NO-SKILLS very frankly.
Your Friendly,
Nitin Desai
1st August 2007 From India, Bhopal
Hai Nitin!
i have mentioned below the steps:
1. Call for the interview collect their resume (check their qualification suits ur requirement)
2. Arrange for a written test
a) Technical ( Cover the platform in which u work, this can b helped by ur technical people)
b)Aptitude ( Basic maths)
c) general English or puzzle solving.
3.top scores can b sent for technical interview round
4. Hr round where u study the candidates personality.
hope this will help u out.
Regards
UmaPriya
1st August 2007 From India, Pondicherry
Hai Mr.Nitin

According to my opinion there is no difference in recruitment....you can accept the offer for the IT Recriuter....

But observe the folloeing thing

1. Mainly foccuss on the skills what the client requires

2. what exactly qualification

3.Read carefully the projects what they have done so that you have an idea

4. Make sure with preparation for what the questions you are willing to ask him.

5. Probe them while validating

6. Make an excel of all the skills by having a look over different cv.....like what are programming tools, scripts, languages etc

etc

Please find some of definations og IT SIKLLS ...which is posted by one of the CITEHR Member and hope it is useful to you

Definitions on popular IT skills.

Access — Database — Software for creating and managing databases from Microsoft. Access is easier to use than many other database systems making it ideal for less-skilled users.

AIX — Operating System — A UNIX-like operating system produced by IBM.

Apache — Special Skill — A free web server that runs on most UNIX-like operating systems.

ASP — Programming Language — Active Server Page. A web page that includes one or more scripts (small embedded programs) that are processed on a server before being sent to a user. A Microsoft product.

ASP.net — Programming Language — Faster than a standard ASP page, elements on an ASP.net web page act as objects and are run on a server. A Microsoft product.

C — Programming Language — A popular language because it requires a relatively small amount of memory and can be used with many different applications, from business programs to engineering.

C++ — Programming Language — A successor to C that adds object-oriented features (a group of objects that act on each other, rather than a set of functions or instructions). Popular for graphical applications.

C# — Programming Language — (Pronounced “c-sharp”) A combination of C and C++, C# is an object-oriented language used on a .net platform to develop web applications. A Microsoft product that resembles Java.

CAD — Graphics & Multimedia — Computer-Aided Design. A hardware and software combination that allows engineers and architects to design a variety of objects. Most CAD workstations run on Windows-based PCs, while some CAD systems run on hardware from a UNIX or Linux operating system.

COBOL — Programming Language — Common Business Oriented Language. A popular language for business applications that run on large computers (mainframes). Though created in the late 1950s, it is still one of the most widely used languages

CRM — Special Skill — Customer Relationship Management. Encompasses the capabilities and technologies that support managing customer relationships, whether it is sales or service-related.

Crystal Reports — Database — A popular Windows-based report generation program. It can integrate data from multiple databases to create one report.



DB2 — Database — The group of relational database management products from IBM.

Disaster Recovery — Special Skill — A plan for recovering a business’s electronic resources, including data records, in the event of a disaster.

DOS — Operating System — Microsoft Disk Operating System. The standard operating system for IBM-compatible PCs that dominated the market until 1995. It is expected that DOS will eventually disappear.

DreamWeaver — Graphics & Multimedia — A widely used software program from Macromedia used to create web pages.

ERP — Special Skill — Enterprise Resource Planning. A system that integrates all the data and processes of an organization into a single unified system.

Firewall — Networking Protocol — A system that prevents unauthorized users from accessing a network. Communications entering or exiting the network pass through the firewall, which checks each communication and stops those that do not meet the security criteria.

Flash — Graphics & Multimedia — A software program from Macromedia used to develop animation on the web.

Frontpage — Graphics & Multimedia — A software program from Microsoft used to create web pages.

Gateway — Networking Protocol — A node or processing location on a network that acts as a doorway to another network.

HTML — Programming Language — The language used to create web pages. It provides structure to text in a web document and enhances that text with interactive forms, images and other objects.



Hub/Switch — Networking Protocol — A piece of hardware that links together segments of a local area network (LAN).

IIS — Special Skill — Internet Information Server. A set of internet-based services for servers using Microsoft Windows.

Illustrator — Graphics & Multimedia — A drawing and illustration software program developed by Adobe Systems.

Java/J2EE — Programming Language — An object-oriented language often used for creating small applications, called Java applets, which enhance the functionality of a web page. Similar to C++ but simpler.

JavaScript — Programming Language — Sharing many of the same features of Java, JavaScript can interact with other code to make a web page more dynamic by changing the page each time it is viewed.

Korn Shell (ksh) — Programming Language — Comprehensive version of other major UNIX operating system shells: C-shell (csh), Tab C-shell (tcsh) and Bourne shell (bash). See Shell entry.

LAN — Network — Local Area Network. A computer network that covers a small area like a home, office or close group of buildings.

Linux — Operating System — A UNIX-like operating system that is free and can be run on many platforms, including PCs and Macintoshes.

Lotus Notes — Database — A sophisticated email and database application that allows users to develop and share communications as well as database-oriented programs.



Mac OS — Operating System — The official name of the operating system for a Macintosh computer.

Mainframe — Platform — A large computer system that stores bulk data capable of supporting a great number of users simultaneously.

Microsoft Office — Graphics & Multimedia — (MS Office) A suite of general business software programs including Word, Excel and PowerPoint.

Microsoft Project — Special Skill — A program designed to assist project managers in developing plans, assigning tasks, tracking progress and managing budgets.

MySQL — Database — A free relational database management system that depends on SQL to process data in a database. See SQL and RDBMS entries.

.net — Programming Language — An umbrella term for a collection of Microsoft products that depend on the .net framework, such as C# or Visual Basic.net.

NIC — Networking Protocol — Network Interface Card. A card that allows a computer to connect to a local area network (LAN).



PeopleSoft — Special Skill — A leading provider of human resource, customer relationship and performance management software.

RDBMS — Database — Relational Database Management System. Stores data in a series of tables.

Router — Networking Protocol — A hardware device that acts as a junction for forwarding data between two or more networks.

SAP — Special Skill — A leading provider of comprehensive integrated business applications.



SAS — Special Skill — Serial Attached Small computer system interface. A hardware technology primarily designed to transfer data to and from computer components such as a computer hard drive or CD-ROM.

Script — Technical Term — A small, simple program or bit of programming code typically used for repeated actions.

Security Clearance — Special Skill — A status granted by the U.S. government to individuals allowing them access to classified information.

Shell — Programming Language — The processor that accepts and executes the commands a user enters in a UNIX operating system.



Siebel — Special Skill — A leading provider of customer relationship management software systems.

SOAP — Networking Protocol — Simple Object Access Protocol. A protocol for exchanging XML-based messages over a computer network.

Solaris — Operating System — A UNIX-like operating system produced by Sun Microsystems.

SQL — Programming Language — (Pronounced “sequel”) A Standardized Query Language, SQL is used to retrieve data from a database.

SQL Server — Database — A database that can respond to queries from applications on PCs or workstations using the SQL language.

Sybase — Database — Sybase generally refers to database management systems developed by the Sybase Corporation.



T1/T3 — Networking Protocol — A dedicated, leased phone line for connecting multiple computers to the internet.

TCP/IP — Networking Protocol — Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol. A suite of communication protocols used to exchange data over the internet between two

Computer systems.

UNIX — Operating System — Developed by Bell Labs in the 1970s, UNIX is a small, flexible operating system that has many variations.

Visual Basic — Programming Language — A widely used programming language, Visual Basic was one of the first to provide graphical programming, rather than using functions or instructions. A Microsoft product.

Visual Basic.net — Programming Language — The next generation of Visual Basic that makes web applications easier to develop.

Visual C++ — Programming Language — An object-oriented language developed by Microsoft for C++ programmers.

VPN — Network — Virtual Private Network. A private network that uses a public network (usually the internet) to connect remote sites or users together.



WAN — Network — Wide Area Network. A geographically dispersed network.

WebSphere — Platform — Brand of IBM products that can process a high volume of e-business transactions over the web.



Windows OS — Operating System — The collection of operating systems by Microsoft for use on personal computers.

Wireless — Network — A network where no physical wired connection is required. A user may connect to the network via low-powered radio waves.



XML — Programming Language — eXtended Markup Language. A language that facilitates the sharing of data across different systems, particularly systems connected via the internet.

Regards

Shilpa
7th August 2007 From India, Bangalore
Kindly click on the following link, it will give you some required information,
https://www.citehr.com/search_new.ph...ess+&submit=Go
9th August 2007 From India, Coimbatore
Thanks a lot dear friends, you really share good amount of information.
Friends and seniors,
Could you please also specify to me abt the various positions in IT for which recruitment is done.
and also various selection processes used to screen them.
Thankyou,
Nitin
10th August 2007 From India, Bhopal
Hi Nitin, Shilpa has laready given a lot of information. I am attaching a flow chart of the recruitment process. It will help in stramlining the activities in your work. Regards
10th August 2007 From India, Mumbai

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hi i m oblized 2 hv such a wonderful information on this. Tomorrow i am having interview . I think its going to help me a lot. Thanks shilpa and mr naresh taneja.
28th August 2012 From India, Bangalore
You can post your jobs on some recruitment portals like Naukari, Linked-in, Shine etc. You can also try online video interviewing for hiring candidates. Click https://www.intervuelive.com/ and host a session to post your job.
20th May 2016 From India, Mohali
Hi All,
I am Nagendra, I am working as recruiting executive at freelance recruiter.I start working with her from last 6 months . I am shortlisted candidates only on the basis of their skills. Can any one suggest me . Which steps are usually important to get accurate profile.And how to validate a candidate interested for this job in telephonic conversations. Suggest some questions.
Thanks&Regards,
Nagendra.M
8th January 2017 From India, Hyderabad
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