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Over the years, English has evolved as the most popular and relevant language in entrance exams and in almost all spheres. In a competitive world like this, not having an appropriate know how of the English language will reduce your chances of growth and success. This article will guide you through the appropriate use of basic English and how to prepare and learn English for competition based entrance exams.
To read complete article visit How to improve your grammar and comprehension for Entrance exams? - eAge Tutor

From India, Mumbai
Article is good and provide detailed explanation to improve English but still I would say..whatever you read or learn you must practice it only then it give you good results....you can assume it like "practice makes a men/women perfect"
From India, Lucknow
Retail is one of the booming sectors of the Indian economy. This sector offers many exciting employment opportunities particularly in the sales and marketing domain. One can have a successful sales career growth in the booming retail sector provided he takes efforts to avoid common sales mistakes on the job. Sales mistakes are inevitable due to the nature of the job, but they can also be avoided by taking simple precautions. Read complete article on 10 Mistakes to avoid as a retail sales representative - eAge Tutor
From India, Mumbai
Well written article and very useful article for sales representative :)
From India, Mumbai
Practice makes perfect - and it is true whether you talk of building grammar skills or spoken English skills.
Best bet is, buy a good book focused on that entrance exam and complete it cover to cover. If you find that difficult, you could go in for books like Elementary grammar by Raymond Murphy - nice workbook with plenty of exercise.

From India, Delhi
Of course, we've all heard of candidates who have looked exuberant on paper but a personal interview was a total disappointment. You don't want that to happen to you, do you? And to ease those creases on your forehead, we're here with a list of "don'ts" at a job interview. Besides, with the market decreasing in terms of job opportunities, due to the competitive levels, messing up even a single interview is not worth the risk. You must understand the fact that it is essential to make a 'good' first impression.
Click here 5 Things to avoid doing at an interview - eAge Tutor <link updated to site home> ( Search On Cite | Search On Google ) to read full article.

From India, Mumbai
these are basic tips, which an individual should follow while appearing for any Interview. Yet...its alwayz good to brush up your knowledge! Thanks for Sharing Chander
From India, Thana
You have conducted interviews for a developer job and have now finalized a list of selected and rejected candidates. Now you have to start updating them about the status of their interview and are wondering how to go about it. The candidates will be more at pressure than you as their career in on the line. So, how will you go about informing them about their results?
Read the complete article here How to follow up after interview candidates? - eAge Tutor

From India, Mumbai
Developing your written English skills is something that you can improve only through practice and determination. Be well aware of the fact that no one is a born writer. Excellent writing can be acquired through dedication and passion. Therefore, if you are someone who wishes to improve your writing skills, all you've got to do is to start blogging.
Click here How to improve your English writing skills through blogging? - eAge Tutor to read complete article.

From India, Mumbai
The concept of going to an interview to find a job is nerve-wracking. However, you should understand the fact that you are not alone, there are a number of other candidates as well who attend interviews and some go through the entire process oozing confidence and zeal. What more does an interview need besides job proficiency and polished spoken English skills. This article will not only cover how to go about the interview process but also help you with training for a call center after the interview as well.
Read complete article here - 5 useful tips to prepare for a call center job - eAge Tutor

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