Placement Tips V: How To Prep And Crack The Technical Interview

  • June 28, 2018

Technical interviews are scary, but with the right preparation, you’ll be geared up like Indiana Jones, ready to take on the next challenge. Whether you’ve been born to be a coder or you’re still growing into the role, nothing but practice will help you ace your technical interview. There are tonnes of books and websites (some of which we have linked in this article) that will help you practice and crack any questions thrown your way. So, start taking notes, pronto!

Campus Placements Process At IIT Guwahati

  • February 21, 2018

IIT Guwahati has a body dedicated for internships and placements, known as Centre for Career Development. Then the college uses that portal to communicate to students about companies that will come in future.

How To Customize Your Resume For Various Roles

  • February 13, 2018

The purpose of the resume is to tell your story and describe your capabilities in the way that is most beneficial to you and meaningful to employers.

How To Bring Out Skills and Strengths In A Resume

  • February 09, 2018

Strengths can also be conveyed in your resume without spelling them out. If you provide crisp and clear descriptions of your job responsibilities, skills, then written communication will be one of your strengths.

4 Tips For Highlighting Co-Curricular Activities In Your Resume

  • February 09, 2018

The resume should not only include your academic qualifications or work experience, but extend to your hobbies, your co-curricular activities, and your passion.

15 Tips For a Great Engineering Resume

  • February 02, 2018

The goal of a resume is not to get you a job; it’s to get you an interview. Recruiters do not “read” your resume; they do a 15 - 30 second "spot check" of your resume.

How To Make Your Resume Stand Out?

  • February 02, 2018

Your initial goal shouldn't be landing the job itself, but to differentiate your resume as much as possible from the competing pool of candidates.