Heritage Business School Gets 3 National Awards At The 9th E-Week Grand Finale

The East Zone Grand Finale of the 9th E-Week of National Entrepreneurship Network was held at the Heritage Campus, Kolkata on March 5, 2016. The E-Week was observed during February 20 – 27, 2016 by over 3500 Academic Institutes, covering 45 cities, 1500 Events and 8 Lakhs participants. The Heritage Group of Institutions participated in the E-Week with 45 Entrepreneurial Ideas and a number of Innovative ideas.

Of all the Awards presented, Heritage Business School won 3 of the top National Awards :

• Highest Impact Institute Award
• E Week Champion Award
• E Week Premier Impact Award – Star Faculty – Dr. Rimu Chaudhuri12496513_965174736896513_6357011550481711382_o 12771485_965174993563154_8606081409828150154_o 12778942_965174916896495_1698109650480957300_o 12779014_965175156896471_7977627144906628543_o 12779253_965174410229879_7840085148133256216_o 12794692_965175093563144_6007610290801800615_o 12828321_965175046896482_1756348760617494133_o 12829160_965174350229885_4376143895995036580_o 12829291_965174620229858_5636831250493827826_o

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3 Sure Shot Interview Tips To Crack An Interview

Interviews are a nerve wracking affair and one has to be fully prepared in order to top an interview and bag that dream job. While there are tips galore in the market on how to crack an interview, here are 3 tips that you can follow.

Appear Prepared And Interested To The Interviewer

When you appear for an interview, it is very important that you attend it with full preparation. Keep a bag well stocked with pen, paper, notebook, multiple copies of resume and questions that you would like to ask the interviewer. Interviews start with asking for the resume and you can remove a well kept one from your portfolio.

Next step is to make the interviewer feel that they are saying something important that you are writing down. Even if you think you can remember all the points later on, note them down so that you do not just stare at each other across the table. However do not keep your head down all the time

Take A Conversational Approach

One sided conversation where the employer asks you question and you just answer them are very monotonous and putting off. Rather do quality research so that you can talk about yourself, about the company you are applying for and the latest trends in your field in the industry.

Never be afraid to ask questions because unless and until you clear your doubts about your prospective employee, apprehensions will never fade away. Employees prefer intelligent, quick witted and affable employees rather than those who are grim and not eager to know about the roles they may play in the organization.

Dress Well

This point is irrelevant for those who always like to dress well. However, for those people who are not in the nattily dressed club, the point assumes significance. It is not necessary to wear expensive clothes but they should be clean, proper and wrinkle free. Remember to look modern but not too modern. Footwear should not be torn or frayed and apply some fragrance which is not very overpowering either.

These are the top three tips that can help you to crack an interview and not get rejected in the first round. Other than these, it is your knowledge, personality and impression that will help you to go ahead.

 

Top 3 Tips To Negotiate Salary

Once you have actually passed a job interview, it is time that to negotiate the right salary for you. Decide within yourself how important it is to work for the particular company. The top 3 tips to negotiate the salary have been listed below.

Be Positive

You need to be optimistic in mind that as if you have crossed the hurdle and fared well in the interview rounds, then this stage will not be a problem. With anxiety or any wrong apprehensions, you will feel only pessimistic. So, be confident that you are worth it. Be professional and let your body language suit your words, that you are speaking. You need to be a good negotiator after all, if you think right, you will play right.
Be Realistic

Think right and be in the real world, while negotiating your salary with the prospective employer. Do not think too high or too low, primarily you can do a research as to, what the other companies are paying to the employees as employers also does a good research before negotiating the right salary. There are many websites that provide salary information, including: salary.com, payscale.com, indeed.com, careeronestop.org, glassdoor.com, and jobsearchintelligence.com. Create a salary range from these sites and from the employees and then speak to your employer about it.

Know Your Strength

If you know you strengths and weaknesses well, then nobody can pay you anything but right. Think, what makes you special and what are the qualities that will make the company grow. You can also conduct a SWOT analysis to make yourself more ware about your strong areas. Write down, all your special qualities that differentiates you from others. That can help you actually in salary negotiation.

Not all persons have the innate art of speaking or are born speakers, so be yourself, listen carefully and negotiate a salary that suits you, until you are extremely fascinated to join a particular company. Be a complete winner by impressing your employer with your confident talks, your body language which has to be confident and calm. That will show as to how good you have practiced as there is no other alternative to reach the level of perfection.