The services sector is new to many people in India. All the jobs here are white collar jobs and are entrusted with handling of information, sometimes crucial. However, there is not much resources/guidance available to guide on how one should prepare for these jobs, what is not negotiable here and how one should perform in the services sector. Our academic system is so much focused on its syllabus created long ago that it has no place for things like these. This is the reason why many studies conducted on Indian students find them unemployable or why we regularly hear news on white collar crime by Indian employees.

Through insightful articles in this section, our goal is to Prepare readers for a job in the services sector.

Achievement Seeking People Vs High Pay Seeking People

When it comes to a job, there are broadly two kinds of people - achievement seeking and high pay seeking. The first set of people believe in achieving excellence through dedication and perseverance, whereas the second set focuses more on earning money at the cost of their job satisfaction and respect. Which category do... »

Finding a Job in Hyderabad – Stay Away from Ameerpet

Are you a job seeker, looking for a job in Hyderabad? Stay away from Ameerpet. This advice may look non-standard but it’s good for your career. There are chances you getting carried away by Ameerpet logic and get disconnected with the real job market. 30-50 institutes in one area and a few hundreds of... »

Commitment, Not Talent is What You Need to Succeed in Life

Many people believe that having talent is enough to succeed in life/career. Which is not entirely true, more than talent it is commitment that will help you grow and succeed in your career. Talent can easily get any job that they wish, but it is only commitment that will help you to move in... »

Want to Succeed in Job – Have More Commitment

Many people (almost all) show enthusiasm at the time of interview, they say many good things about being committed towards work, but after joining the company, they do not exhibit the right commitment. The real commitment should not be limited to a day, a month, or a year; it should stay with you forever when... »

Returning a Phone Call at Workplace

Returning a Phone Call at Workplace

By: B. K. Vijay Once an emergency tool, cell phone today became a time pass gadget for many people. Thanks to highly competitive pricing of these instruments and services. Make no mistake, it is indeed, an emergency device which is easy to carry and convenient to operate even while traveling or driving. You can... »

Finding a Job – Mistakes to Avoid: E-mail IDs & Names

Today e-mail ID is essential for every individual, especially for those who are seeking a job, to send and receive the mails. But besides these, e-mail IDs also give an image of your personality, based on which a lot of candidates may be shortlisted or rejected for good jobs. Hence, it is essential that... »

Finding a Job in Hyderabad – Tips for Fresh Graduates

Though many fresh graduates come to Hyderabad in search of jobs, very few are able to get the right job they are looking for. Reason? Many don’t know how to find a job in Hyderabad. Instead of approaching it in a right way, they often get carried away by the hype and fake stories... »

Finding a Job in Hyderabad – Important Considerations

Here, we will discuss on some of the important things you need to consider to get a decent job in Hyderabad. Your goal is to find a decent job where you should learn to work rather than work to earn. Avoid expectations of quick results; don’t expect the job to be like the ones... »

Resolving a Conflict at Workplace: Tips for Freshers

By: B. K. Vijay Conflicts regularly happen at workplace. The frequency of such conflicts is more among the freshers. Workplace conflicts need not be big, but careers are made or broken by how the new employee handles the small conflicts at work. They should be able to handle such situations in a proper way... »

Tips for Freshers to Build Skills to Get Employable

Today there are many graduates with degrees, but many of them are struggling to get or retain a job. They think they their degree is enough to get them a job. But employers are looking for more than a degree. It’s time for fresh graduates to think about it and build skills to get... »