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Admission Notifications - CAT 2013 - Oct 16 2013 to Nov 11 2013

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The Common Admission Test (CAT) 2013 for Indian Institutes of Management (IIMs) and other business schools will be conducted from October 16 to November 11. Students can choose any slot during the period.


CAT vouchers will be available at select Axis Bank branches from July 29 to September 24 and the registration window will be open from July 29 to September 26. IIM Indore is conducting the test.

This year, four new locations, Surat, Udaipur, Trivandrum and Vijayawada, have been added to the existing 36. Prometric India will conduct the exams on behalf of the IIMs and IIM-Indore will organize the tests. Convenor of CAT this year Rohit Kapoor said the paper would be divided in two sections as usual.

Solved Sentence Correction Practice paper from previous Exam papers - IBPS /RRB/PO/MBA Admissions

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Read each sentence to find out whether there is any grammatical error in it. The error if any will be in one part of the sentence, the number of that part will be the answer. If there is no error, mark (5) as the answer. (Ignore errors of punctuation, if any)

1. The right to adequate food (1) / and clean drinking water (2) / should be regarded as a (3) / basic right of all citizen of India (4). No error (5)
2  A sharp fall in (1) / international prices of tea (2) / have lead tea plantation workers (3) / in Kerala to face starvation (4). No error (5).
3  In spite freedom of the press is vital to democracy (1) / the thin line between reporting facts (2) / and expressing opinions on them (3) / is being increasingly crossed (4). No error (5)
4  In India, the teacher has been elevated (1) / to a position of power (2) / and a part of that power has been (3) / to assuming the right to punish the students (4). No error (5)
5  In the flying game, there are a host of (1) / new low-cost airlines that dare to roar, (2) / providing a glimmer of hope of (3) / more cheaper air transport to millions (4). No error(5)
6  A question worth to ask is that (1) / whether the National Awards represent (2) / Pan - Indian cinema or (3) / is the focus on mainstream films only (4). No error (5).
7  Indian every single (1) / expectation from its cricket team (2) / invariably oscillates between (3) / a cynical pessimism and an unjustified optimism (4)/. No error (5)
8  The road widening exercise (1) / who aims to make National Highway a four-lane highway, (2) / poses a threat to the (3) / fragile environment of the Himalayas (4). No error (5).
9  In the aftermath of the Asian tsunami, (1) / the sporting community have responded (2) / swiftly to contribute in whatever way it could, (3) / both financially and qualitatively (4). No error (5)
10 Seen as an indicator of the maturity (1) / of outsourcing business in India, (2)/ the Indian outsourcing market is (3) / expected to growth to eleven billion dollar by this year (4). No error (5).


1 .d
2 .c
3 .a
4 .d
5 .d
6 .d
7 .a
8 .b
9 .b

Latest GD topics : A tweet, "is the new elevator pitch."?

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Vedic Maths Tricks - Is it divisible by four?

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1. Whether a number is divisible by four or not?

Let's look at 1234 - Does 4 divide evenly into 1234?

For 4 to divide into any number we have  to make sure that the last number is even
If it is an odd number, there is no way it will go in evenly.
So, for example, 4 will not go evenly into 1233 or 1235
Now we know that for 4 to divide evenly into any number the number has to end with an even number.
Back to the question... 4 into 1234, the solution:
Take the last number and add it to 2 times the second last number
If 4 goes evenly into this number then you know that 4 will go evenly into the whole number.
4 + (2 X 3) = 10
4 goes into 10 two times with a remainder of 2 so it does not go in evenly.
Therefore 4 into 1234 does not go in completely.

Let’s try 4 into 3436546
So, from our example, take the last number, 6 and add it to
two times the penultimate number, 4
6 + (2 X 4) = 14
4 goes into 14 three times with two remainder.
So it doesn't go in evenly.

you can use it in working out whether the year you are calculating is a leap year or not.

Vedic Maths Tricks - Multiplying by 12

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Example: 12 X 7
The first thing is to always multiply the 1 of the twelve by the
number we are multiplying by, in this case 7. So 1 X 7 = 7.
Multiply this 7 by 10 giving 70.

Now multiply the 7 by the 2 of twelve giving 14. Add this to 70 giving 84.
Therefore 7 X 12 = 84

Let's try another:
17 X 12
Remember, multiply the 17 by the 1 in 12 and multiply by 10
(Just add a zero to the end)
1 X 17 = 17, multiplied by 10 giving 170.
Multiply 17 by 2 giving 34.
Add 34 to 170 giving 204.
So 17 X 12 = 204
lets go one more
24 X 12
Multiply 24 X 1 = 24. Multiply by 10 giving 240.
Multiply 24 by 2 = 48. Add to 240 giving us 288
24 X 12 = 288

Vedic Maths Tricks - Decimals Equivalents of Fractions

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With a little practice, it's not hard to recall the decimal equivalents of fractions up to 10/11!
First, there are 3 you should know already:
1/2 = .5
1/3 = .333...
1/4 = .25
Starting with the thirds, of which you already know one:
1/3 = .333...
2/3 = .666...
You also know 2 of the 4ths, as well, so there's only one new one to learn:
1/4 = .25
2/4 = 1/2 = .5
3/4 = .75
Fifths are very easy. Take the numerator (the number on top),
double it, and stick a decimal in front of it.
1/5 = .2
2/5 = .4
3/5 = .6
4/5 = .8
There are only two new decimal equivalents to learn with the 6ths:
1/6 = .1666...
2/6 = 1/3 = .333...
3/6 = 1/2 = .5
4/6 = 2/3 = .666...
5/6 = .8333...
What about 7ths? We'll come back to them
at the end. They're very unique.
8ths aren't that hard to learn, as they're just
smaller steps than 4ths. If you have trouble
with any of the 8ths, find the nearest 4th,
and add .125 if needed:
1/8 = .125
2/8 = 1/4 = .25
3/8 = .375
4/8 = 1/2 = .5
5/8 = .625
6/8 = 3/4 = .75
7/8 = .875
9ths are almost too easy:
1/9 = .111...
2/9 = .222...
3/9 = .333...
4/9 = .444...
5/9 = .555...
6/9 = .666...
7/9 = .777...
8/9 = .888...
10ths are very easy, as well.
Just put a decimal in front of the numerator:
1/10 = .1
2/10 = .2
3/10 = .3
4/10 = .4
5/10 = .5
6/10 = .6
7/10 = .7
8/10 = .8
9/10 = .9
Remember how easy 9ths were? 11th are easy in a similar way,
assuming you know your multiples of 9:
1/11 = .090909...
2/11 = .181818...
3/11 = .272727...
4/11 = .363636...
5/11 = .454545...
6/11 = .545454...
7/11 = .636363...
8/11 = .727272...
9/11 = .818181...
10/11 = .909090...
As long as you can remember the pattern for each fraction, it is
quite simple to work out the decimal place as far as you want
or need to go!
Oh, I almost forgot! We haven't done 7ths yet, have we?
One-seventh is an interesting number:
1/7 = .142857142857142857...
For now, just think of one-seventh as: .142857
See if you notice any pattern in the 7ths:
1/7 = .142857...
2/7 = .285714...
3/7 = .428571...
4/7 = .571428...
5/7 = .714285...
6/7 = .857142...
Notice that the 6 digits in the 7ths ALWAYS stay in the same
order and the starting digit is the only thing that changes!
If you know your multiples of 14 up to 6, it isn't difficult to,
work out where to begin the decimal number. Look at this:
For 1/7, think "1 * 14", giving us .14 as the starting point.
For 2/7, think "2 * 14", giving us .28 as the starting point.
For 3/7, think "3 * 14", giving us .42 as the starting point.
For 4/14, 5/14 and 6/14, you'll have to adjust upward by 1:
For 4/7, think "(4 * 14) + 1", giving us .57 as the starting point.
For 5/7, think "(5 * 14) + 1", giving us .71 as the starting point.
For 6/7, think "(6 * 14) + 1", giving us .85 as the starting point.
Practice these, and you'll have the decimal equivalents of
everything from 1/2 to 10/11 at your finger tips!
If you want to demonstrate this skill to other people, and you know
your multiplication tables up to the hundreds for each number 1-9, then give them a
calculator and ask for a 2-digit number (3-digit number, if you're up to it!) to be
divided by a 1-digit number.
If they give you 96 divided by 7, for example, you can think,
"Hmm... the closest multiple of 7 is 91, which is 13 * 7, with 5 left over.
So the answer is 13 and 5/7, or: 13.7142857!"

Top B-Schools Offering Executive MBA in India

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Executive MBA programme has gained tremendous popularity over the last decades. The top executive MBA programmes in India are offered by:

Top B-Schools Offering Executive MBA in India

Indian Institute Of Management(IIM) Ahmedabad

Indian Institute Of Management(IIM) Bangalore

Indian Institute Of Management(IIM) Kolkata

XLRI Jamshedpur

S. P. JAIN Institute Of Management Studies(SPJIMR) Mumbai

Indian Institute Of Commerce And Trade Lucknow

ITM Executive EducationCenter Bangalore

Indian Institute Of Pharma Marketing Lucknow

Symbiosis Institute Of Business Management (SIBM) Pune

Narsee Monjee Institute Of Management Studies (NMIMS) Mumbai

Indian School Of Business Hyderbad

Details of Courses Offered by these respective colleges are:

IIM Ahmedabad

IIM Ahmedabad offers a post-graduate programme in management for executives. The minimum qualification required is a good GMAT score, a good academic record and substantial work experience (around 8 years) showing some evidence of a supervisory/managerial experience in an organisation. Leadership potential is also considered. The programme has a general management focus, with emphasis on managing across borders and cultures. Besides teaching content drawn from other countries, it also has an international project. Moreover, it offers placement assistance to non-sponsored applicants.

IIM Banglore

The Institute's Executive Education Programmes comprises of Open Programmes, International Programmes and Customized Programmes. It offers a mix of General Management and Specialised Programmes. IIMB has tie-ups with top international business schools for joint executive development programmes. The International Masters Programme in Practicing Management (IMPM) is a cooperative venture of business schools in the five countries of Canada, UK, France, India and Japan. It also offers a six weeks’ full time residential programme in Financial Risk Management. The programme is targeted towards executives working for banks and financial institutions in the treasury division (front office and mid-office) and risk management group. The programme promises to be extremely useful to software professionals involved in risk management services and products.

IIM Calcutta

Offering around nineteen long-duration executive education programmes on both regular attendances as well as through satellite based education system; IIM Calcutta becomes the obvious choice for many who wish to add to their knowledge bank. The programme consists of a combination of in-campus and off-campus components spread over one year, covering a wide range of subjects under a common brand“IIMC Long Duration”. Designed exclusively for managers, working at the top, senior, middle or beginner management levels, the programmes include Executive Programme for Management of Information Companies, Programme on Management of Media Business, Executive Programme on Management of Financial Services Business, Programme on Management of Retailing and Distribution business.

XLRI, Jamshedpur

XLRI offers a 3 year Executive Postgraduate Diploma in Business Management. The curriculum is similar to that of the BM programme and is recognized by AICTE as equivalent to an MBA. Eligible candidates should have a bachelor’s degree and should be employed in a full time job with 3 years of relevant managerial experience. Organised in 8 visits across thirty months, the programme expects the participants to stay on campus for about twenty days each during these visits to complete the course requirements. They are also expected to do additional work as carry-home projects and assignments. Apart from examinations, a student's performance is assessed on the basis of class participation, preparation of periodic assignments, mid-term tests and surprise quizzes. The institute also extends its campus placement facility to the participants of Exec-PGP.

Indian School of Business, Hyderabad
Offers an Executive MBA Programme for Senior Executives called PGPMAX. Selection: No specific test on own decision basing on certain parameters of the candidate.
Course Fee: 21.5 lacs.
Contact Details: 040-2318770


S P Jain Institute of Management and Research,
Mumbai: Offers an Executive MBA programme. Selection: CAT/XAT/GMAT.
Contact Details: 022-26237454/2401,
Course Fee: Rs. 7.5 Lakhs + Hostel Fee + Cost of International project / Course( Approx.3Lakhs)

Symbiosis Institute of Business Management (SIBM)
Pune: Offers a 30 month Executive MBA (General Management) programme (held on weekends). Admissions are based on a self conducted written test.No of seats: 100.,Also has one year diploma Course held on weekends offering various specializations.
Contact Details: 020-39116000/002,

Narsee Monjee Institute of Management Studies (NMIMS): Offers a Management Programme for Executives(EPGDBM).Duration: 15 months.
Admissions: NMAT followed by GD/PI.
Contact Details: 080-40855555,

IICT Lucknow

The institute offers a One-year Executive Masters diploma in business management, marketing management, finance management ,Retail , IT ,CRM, Pharma , Hospital Management ,Foreign Trade, Banking , Insurance and human resources management, through distance learning mode. Admissions are open throughout year. The basic qualification for the programme is a bachelor’s degree (10+2+3) with minimum three years of work experience.

ITM Executive Education Centers
A variety of programmes are offered in finance, IT, Management, International Business, Retail Management, Acturial Sciences, Hospitality - Masters and Ph.D programmes, through centers located in Mumbai, Chennai, Hyderabad& Raipur. MBA and other Masters programs are offered in collaboration with the institute’s academic partner, Southern New Hampshire University, USA. Classes are conducted on weekday evenings and weekends allowing students to plan their class schedules around their work lives. Exemptions are given for post graduate work already taken by students possessing advanced academic or professional qualifications such as M.Com., M. Sc., LLM, ACA, ACS, AICWA, etc..

Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU)
IGNOU has launched a four-year B.Tech programme in Mechanical Engineering, the eligibility for which is a 3 year diploma in Mechanical/ Electrical/ Electronics /Agriculture/Computer/ Civil Engineering from a recognized Polytechnic or its equivalent. Moreover, people who have completed the first year courses of B.Tech. degreee programme from a recognized Institute/ University, also stand as eligible candidates. They may apply for credit transfer as per IGNOU rules. The university also offers MBA - Banking& Finance. Candidate should be a member of Institute of Bankers, should have passed the CAIIB examination and should be a graduate working in the banking or financial services sector for at least two years

Indian Institute of Pharmaceutical Marketing
The institute offers a One-year Executive Masters diploma in business administration, pharma management , Product management,Production Management , Pharma marketing ,marketing management, finance management ,Retail , Hospital Management ,Foreign Trade, and human resources management, through distance learning mode. Admissions are open throughout year. The basic qualification for the programme is a bachelor’s degree (10+2+3) with minimum three years of work experience.

Top Indian Management Institutes for MBA, PGDM

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List of the best business schools in India offering PGP and Doctoral programs

  • Indian Institute Of Management,(IIM) Ahmedabad
  • Indian Institute Of Management,(IIM) Bangalore
  • Indian Institute Of Management,(IIM) kolkatta
  • Xavier Labour Research Institute, XLRI Jamhedpur
  • Indian School Of Business Hydrebad
  • Indian Institute Of Management,(IIM) Lucknow
  • Indian Institute Of Management,(IIM) Indore
  • Indian Institute Of Management,(IIM) Kozhikode
  • Faculty of Management Studies (FMS) Delhi
  • S.P. Jain institute of Management and Research Mumbai
  • Jamnalal Bajaj Institute of Management Studies, Mumbai (JBIMS) Mumbai
  • Schools of Management, IIT (Mumbai, Delhi, Chennai
  • Management Development Institute, (MDI) Gurgaon
  • Xavier Institute of Management, (XIM B) Bhubaneswar
  • Symbiosis Center for Management & Human Resources Development (SCMHRD) Pune
  • Institute of Management & Technology(IMT) Ghaziabad
  • International Management Institute, Delhi (IMI) Delhi
  • Mudra Institute of Communications, (MICA) Ahmedabad
  • Indian Institute of Foreign Trade, (IIFT) Delhi
  • T. A. Pai Management Institute, (TAPMI) Manipal
  • Loyola Institute of Business Administration,(LIBA) Chennai
  • Institute of Rural Management, (IRMA) Anand
  • Institute of Management Development Research, (IMDR) Pune

 Details of Courses Offered by these respective colleges are:

Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad (IIM A)

Ranked amongst the top most business schools in India and Asia. The institute offers four programmes in Management. The PGP - Post Graduate Program (equivalent to MBA), the FPM - Fellowship Program in Management(equivalent to Ph.D), the FDP - Faculty Development Program for Management teachers and Trainers and the MDP - Management Development Program - a refresher for middle and top level managers. Admission process for PGP and FPM of IIM Ahamedabad involves taking the Common Admission Test (CAT) followed by group discussion and interviews for short listed candidates.


Indian Institute of Management, Bangalore (IIM B)

IIM Bangalore offers two year full time PGP - Post Graduate Program in Management (equivalent to MBA) and a FPM - Fellowship Program in Management. Both these programs require the candidate to take CAT. The institute also offers part time non residential PGSM - Post Graduate Program in Software Enterprise Management. There is a separate entrance test for this program. This business school is ranked amongst the top three business schools in the country.


Indian Institute of Management, Calcutta (IIM C) Kolkatta

Ranked amongst the most prestigious business schools in India and Asia. The institute offers three full time programs. The PGDM - Post Graduate Program in Management (equivalent to MBA), the FPM - Fellowship Program in Management, the PGDCM - Post Graduate Diploma in Computer Aided Management. All three programs require the candidate to take CAT. The institute also offer part time PGDBM - Post Graduate Diploma in Business Management for managers with relevant work experience. In addition, MDP - Management Development Programs are held in regular intervals for middle and top level managers.


 XLRI - Xavier Labour Research Institute, Jamshedpur

Xavier Labour Research Institute, popularly known as XLRI was established in 1949 at Jamshedpur. The institute offers two courses at the post graduation level in management - a post graduate diploma in Business administration and a post graduate diploma in Personnel Management and Industrial Relations (PMIR). Online version of the brochure is also available. In 2001, the average salary (including foreign offers) soared by 70% (over last year) to a whopping Rs.8.06 lakhs per annum. The offers in the Business Management program averaged at an awe-inspiring Rs.9.71 lakhs and in the Personnel Management program at Rs. 6.5 lakhs. And these exclude ESOPs and other means of compensation.


ISB - Indian School of Business, Hyderabad

Indian School of Business, Hyderabad is emerging as a preferred choice for MBA aspirants who want to pack in the program into a one year course. As it gradually builds up its permanent faculty base, the ISB has created a unique and sustainable visiting faculty model with some of the world's leading academicians from Wharton, Kellogg, Harvard, Stanford, Chicago, Duke and Texas among others. The school offers a one year Post Graduate Program in Management.


 Indian Institute of Management, Lucknow (IIM L)

IIM Lucknow offers a two year full time residential PGP - Post Graduate Program in Management and a four year FPM program. Both these programs require a candidate to take CAT. The institute also has an interesting student exchange program where students of this B-School go to premier B-Schools the world over and do part of their education. Students and faculty from these internationally reputed B-Schools in turn visit IIM Lucknow. It is ranked amongst the top five B-Schools in India.


 FMS - Faculty of Management Studies, University of Delhi

FMS is amongst the top 10 B-Schools in the country and probably one of the two attached to a university amongst the top ten. The full time program of FMS started in 1967. The whole outgoing batch of 2002 was placed within a span of 2 days. There were 8 foreign offers including British American Tobacco (BAT), OLAM and QAI among others.


 Indian Institute of Management, Indore (IIM I)

The Indian Institute of Management, Indore (IIMI) is the latest addition to the IIM community. IIMI has a two-year post graduate programme emphasizing on Experiential learning, IT orientation, and Social Sensitivity. The construction of the new campus is progressing at a rapid pace and IIMI plans to operate out of the new campus from June 2003. IIM-I offers the following programs viz., (a) The Post Graduate Programme (PGP), a two year programme (b) Management Development Programme. These are held throughout the year. (c) Faculty Development Programme (FDP) is designed to assist in the development of teachers, researchers, and trainers for management education and (d) Executive Post-Graduate Programme (Exe-PGP) a 18-months programme, designed for working executives.



 Indian Institute of Management, Kozhikode (IIM K - Calicut)

Established in 1996, The Indian Institute of Management Kozhikode, IIMK is the fifth Indian Institute of Management. Its academic programmes encompass a range of long term full time diploma programmes such as the Post Graduate Programme in Management, and a number of short duration executive education programmes. The institute also offers an "Interactive Distance Learning Programme"

Institutes offering MBA in Event Management

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Event management is fast catching up as a preferred career option nowadays. It is a hot topic at most of the career discussion seminars and meets. If you are ready to get acclamation by managing things behind-the-scenes, you can achieve success in Event Management. This career choice is attracting the youth as it involves the thrill of arranging and organizing an event coupled with a good earning. Read on to get career guidance on how an MBA in Event Management can take you towards a successful career.

As far as the educational qualification is concerned, you are required to have a graduation degree. An MBA degree holder in Event Management definitely gets preference over others. However, practical experience holds more value and if you have organized events and cultural festivals in your school or college it can prove to be a bonus.

Event Management basically consists of two parts: Logistics management and marketing. The first part includes managing the venue, celebrities, audience, judges and promotions etc. On the other hand, the second part includes getting sponsorships for the event and promoting it through media. The syllabus for MBA in Event Management includes:

• Principles & Practices of Management

• Economics

• Human Resources Management

• Organizational Behavior

• Business English

• Finance Management

• International Law

• Marketing Management

• Managerial Economics

• Strategic Management

• Management Information Systems (MIS)

• International Trade Management

• Accounting for Managers

Event Management has a bright future and is a monetarily rewarding career. An MBA in Event Management will surely help you get a good start in a reputed Event Management company. Following is the list of institutes in India that offer Event Management courses. You can get the rest of the details online or by personally contacting them.

• Amity Institute of Event Management, AKC House, E-27, Defence Colony, New Delhi – 110 024, Ph: 24621960, 24699700, Fax : 24625956,24623317,

• Event Management Development Institute, IES Management College, 4th Floor 791, S.K. Marg, opp.Lilavati Hospital, Bandra (W), Mumbai_400 050,Ph:+91 22 2655 0808, 2642 7171,

• Indian Institute of Event Management,144 Laxmi Plaza, New Linking Road, Andheri West, Mumbai

• Indian Institute of Management,D-3,Defence Colony,NewDelhi-110 048

• International Center for Event Marketing,6/14,II Floor, Sarvapriya Vihar, New Delhi-110 016

• International Institute of Event Management, SNDT Women’s University, Juhu Campus, Juhu Tara Road, Santacruz (W), Mumbai-400 049,Ph:+91 22 26608045

• National Institute of Event Management, Ground Floor, Nandavan Buliding, Corner of Vallabhbhai Road & Ansari Road, Vile Parle (W), Mumbai-400 056, Ph:+01 22 2671 6676, 2628

Event management is a very challenging field but with experience and dedication you are bound to succeed and earn more. A fresher can easily earn anything starting from Rs. 8,000. There is no upper limit as you can earn boundless with patience and hard work.

Electronics -Interview Qts-10

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Interview Questions- MBA Admissions- Job Interviews

                 - Electronics and Communication, Applied Electronics

• Define Transponders

Transponder: An automatic device that receives, amplifies, and retransmits a signal on a different frequency (see also broadcast translator).

• what is Moore's Law?

The prediction by Gordon Moore -cofounder of the Intel Corporation that the number of transistors on a microprocessor would double periodically -approximately every 18 months.

• Explain Superhyterodyne reciever.

Superhyterodyne system, the incoming signal is mixed with a local oscillator to produce sum and difference frequency components. The lower frequency difference component called the intermediate frequency (IF), is separated from the other components by fixed tuned amplifier stages set to the intermediate frequency. The tuning of the local oscillator is mechanically ganged to the tuning of the signal circuit or radio frequency (RF) stages so that the difference intermediate frequency is always the same fixed value.

• What are the different types of filters?

low pass, high pass, band pass, band stop, resonant

• What is impulse response?

Impulse response of a system is its output when presented with a very brief input signal, an impulse. A system in the class known as LTI systems (linear, time-invariant systems) is completely characterized by its impulse response. The Laplace transform of the impulse response function is known as the transfer function. It is usually easier to analyze systems using transfer functions as opposed to impulse response functions. The Laplace transform of a system's output may be determined by the multiplication of the transfer function with the input function in the complex plane, also known as the frequency domain. An inverse Laplace transform of this result will yield the output function in the time domain. To determine an output function directly in the time domain requires the convolution of the input function with the impulse response function.

• What do you mean by half-duplex and full-duplex communication? Explain briefly.

Half duplex - both sender & receiver can communicate with each other, but not simultaneously Full duplex - both sender & receiver can communicate with each other, simultaneous communication is also possible"

• What is RS in RS-232 ?

RS-232(Recommended Standard 232) is a standard for communication between devices, such as a modem and computer

• whats Farrady's law

Any change in the magnetic environment of a coil of wire will cause a voltage (emf) to be "induced" in the coil.The change could be produced by changing the magnetic field strength, moving a magnet toward or away from the coil, moving the coil into or out of the magnetic field, rotating the coil relative to the magnet, etc.

• What is Lenz law ?

When an emf is generated by a change in magnetic flux, the polarity of the induced emf is such that it produces a current whose magnetic field opposes the change which produces it.

• What is Transmission Frequency of Bluetooth, Wi-Fi and Wi-MAX ?

Bluetooth - 2.4 GHtz,

Wi-Fi - 2.4 Ghz to 5 Ghz

Wi-Max-10 to 66GHz"

• What type of architecture is used in 8085 microprocessor?

Von-Neumann architecture

• How many states does signal has ?

There are 3 states in a signal: on state, off state, tri state

• which software is used to design a software IC using VHDL


• Why are nand gates and NOR gates called Universal gates

Becoz using these 2 gates any other type of gates can be made

• What is Vcc? Why is it called so

Vcc -Common collector voltage, plus collector supply line voltage in a common NPN circuit. Vcc is positive supply voltage for BJT collectors, and Vdd is +ve supply for FET drains. Vee For BJT emitters, and Vss for FET sources. "

• what is the difference between Mealy and Moore

In Mealy machines the o/p is a function of the current state and the inputs whereas In Moore machines the o/p a function of current state only

• what is 555 and why is it named so

555 Timer is used to produce accurate and stable time delays ranging from microseconds to hours.inside the 555 timer, there are 3 resistors used in series all the 3 resistors used are same and are 5k ohm its called 555 timer..

• whats Shannon's source coding theorm

Source coding theorem is stated as follows:Given a discrete memoryless source of entropy H(p), the average code-word length L for any source encoding is bounded as L >= H(p)

• where is shannos/source coding used

This is basically used for Data Compression using different codes but following this rule.

• Difference between FIR and IIR filters

"Finite impulse response and infinite impulse response filters finite impulse response settles to zero in a finite number of sample intervals. This is in contrast to infinite impulse response (IIR) filters, which have internal feedback and may continue to respond indefinitely FIR filters are always stable but IIR may or may not be stable

Electronics - Interview Qts- 9

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Interview Questions- MBA Admissions- Job Interviews

                        - Electronics and Communication, Applied Electronics

• what is the difference between SCR and diode rectifier?

Diode is a 2 terminal device, in scr gate controls the rectifing.SCR is used in High frequency applications but diode is low freuency devices, SCR can be in high temparatures but not diode.

• What is Race-around problem? How can you rectify it?

A condition in logic network in which the difference in propagation times through two or more signal paths in the network can produce an erroneous jk flip flop race around problem will occur when both the inputs are high. it can be prevented by using master slave jk flip flop

• What is the basic difference between Latches and Flip flops?

latch works without clock signal,but works with a control signal and it is level triggered device.whereas flip flop is a 1 bit storage element and works with a clock signal.its a edge triggered device. normally latches are avoided and flip flops are preferred.

• what is Barkhausen Criterion?

-the magnitude of loop gain must be unity

- the total prase shift around the closed loop is zero or 360 degrees

• what are active Components?

ACTIVE COMPONENTS The components which produce the energy in the form of current or voltage are called as active components.Example:transistors etc,.

• what are Passive Components?

• PASSIVE COMPONENTS-The components which stores the energy in the form of current or voltage are called as passive components.example:inductors,resistors,capacitors etc"

• Define voltage source

Ideal voltage source is a circuit element where the voltage across it is independent of the current through it. It only exists in mathematical models of circuits. If the voltage across an ideal voltage source can be specified independently of any other variable in a circuit, it is called an independent voltage source.

• Define CMRR

Common-mode rejection ratio (CMRR) of a differential amplifier (or other device) measures the tendency of the device to reject input signals common to both input leads. A high CMRR is important in applications where the signal of interest is represented by a small voltage fluctuation superimposed on a (possibly large) voltage offset, or when relevant information is contained in the voltage difference between two signals.

• Define S/N ratio

Signal-to-noise ratio (often abbreviated SNR or S/N) defined as the ratio of a signal power to the noise power corrupting the signal. In less technical terms, signal-to-noise ratio compares the level of a desired signal (such as music) to the level of background noise. The higher the ratio, the less obtrusive the background noise is.

• Whats BUS

BUS: In computer architecture, a bus is a subsystem that transfers data between computer components inside a computer or between computers. Unlike a point-to-point connection, a bus can logically connect several peripherals over the same set of wires. Each bus defines its set of connectors to physically plug devices, cards or cables together. Early computer buses were literally parallel electrical buses with multiple connections, but the term is now used for any physical arrangement that provides the same logical functionality as a parallel electrical bus.

• what are pull-up registers

Pull-up resistors are resistors used in the design of electronic logic circuits to ensure that inputs to logic systems settle at expected logic levels if external devices are disconnected. Pull-up resistors may also be used at the interface between two different types of logic devices, possibly operating at different power supply voltages.

• Where are pull-up regsiters used.

The idea of a pullup resistor is that it weakly "pulls" the voltage of the wire it's connected to towards 5V (or whatever voltage represents a logic "high"). However, the resistor is intentionally weak (high-resistance) enough that, if something else strongly pulls the wire toward 0V, the wire will go to 0V.

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• What is the diffrence between a UPS and an inverter?

"The basic difference in layman's terms is: While both provide backup power during mains outage, with the UPS the switch is instantaneous whereas with the Inverter there is a gap of a second or two. This gap is OK for household gadgets such as lights, fans, fridge, etc. but not OK for computers. In technical terms:UPS: The mains power comes to the UPS. The AC is converted to DC and this DC is constantly charging the battery. The output of the battery is fed to the Sine wave inverter and it converts DC to AC and this feeds the equipment. Since power out is always drawn from the battery, there is no time lag when mains swicthes off; it justs stops the battery from being charged and the UPS continues to supply power till the battery runs out. Inverter: The mains power comes to the Inverter. This is directly sent to the output but the AC is also converted to DC and this DC is constantly charging the battery. A sensor and relay mechanism checks whether the mains is ON or OFF. When the main switches OFF, the relay actuator triggers to switch from mains to inverter. Rest is same like the UPS. Because of this sensor and relay, there is a gap between triggering. UPS involves more costly circuitary and is therefor more expensive to make and sell."

• what is fuzzy Logic?

Fuzzy logic is basically about dealing with not only 0 or 1 but also values in between them i.e.floating values

• How many type of resistances are there in a diode

Two, one when forward biased have zero resistance and the other when reverse biased has infinite resistance

· Why a MOSFET is preferred over a transistor?   
A MOSFET is very small in size as compared to a transistor and its biasing is easier as compared to latter.

• Why biasing is required in a transistor?

Biasing is required to get the loadline and the operating point of a transistor.Moreover different regions are achieved through different biasing types.

• How different regions are got and what are those regions?Explain taking a Common Base connection.

Transistor can be biased in 3 different types to get three different regions-Active region,Saturation Region,Cut-off Region

• Explain Active Region- Explain taking a Common Base connection.

Active Region-:Emitter is forward biased and collector is reverse biased

• Cut-off Region- Explain taking a Common Base connection.

Cut-off Region-:Both emitter and collector are reverse biased

• Saturation region:-Explain taking a Common Base connection.

Saturation region:Both emitter and collector are forward biased

• What is a tunnel diode ?

Tunnel diode was invented by Esaki and its different from the normal diode in terms of the doping concentration as in 1part of doping is present in 10^3 atoms whereas in normal diode it is 1 part in 10^8 atoms. It is basically used for very fast switching response.

• Why is a common collector called an emitter follower..?

In this configuration the voltage gain is equal to unity and hence a change in base voltage appeears as an equal change across the load at the emitter.Thus the emitter follows the input signal. The most common use of this circuit is to use as a buffer stage which functions as resistance transformation from high to low resistance.

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• Define virtual ground

Virtual ground (sometimes called virtual earth) is an important concept found in electronic circuit designs. It identifies a point in a circuit as being held close to the circuit's ground or reference level electric potential. It is called virtual since this point does not have any real electrical connection to ground. The reference may or may not be the same as the local utility ground or earth

• Define real ground

Real ground: Voltage is a differential quantity, which appears between two points. In order to deal only with a voltage (an electrical potential) of a single point, the second point has to be connected to a reference point (ground) having usually zero voltage. This point has to have steady potential, which does not vary when the electrical sources "attack" the ground by "injecting" or "sucking" a current to/from it. Usually, the power supply terminals serve as grounds; when the internal points of compound power sources are accessible, they can also serve as real grounds

• whatis intersymbol interference ans:

In telecommunication, intersymbol interference (ISI) means a form of distortion of a signal that causes the previously transmitted symbols to have an effect on the currently received symbol. This is usually an unwanted phenomenon as the previous symbols have similar effect as noise, thus making the communication less reliable. ISI is usually caused by echoes or non-linear frequency response of the channel. Ways to fight against intersymbol interference include adaptive equalization or error correcting codes (especially soft-decoding with Viterbi algorithm).

• Why crystal is a preferred clock source?

Because of high stability, large Q (Quality Factor) & the frequency that doesn’t drift with aging. Crystal is used as a clock source most of the times.

• What does Quality factor mean?

The Quality factor is also defined, as Q. So it is a number, which reflects the lossness of a circuit. Higher the Q, the lower are the losses.

• What is DTMF

Dual-tone multi-frequency signaling (DTMF) is used for telecommunication signaling over analog telephone lines in the voice-frequency band between telephone handsets and other communications devices and the switching center.

• whats channel coding theorem

Channel coding theorem says "Let a discrete memoryless scource with an alphabet p have entropy H(p) and produce symbols once every Ts seconds. "Let a memoryless channel have capacity C and be used once every Tc seconds. Then if H(p)/Ts <= C/Tc there exists a coding scheme for which the source output can be transmitted over the channel and reconstructed with very small error."

• where is channel coding theorem used

This is basically used for Error Detection.

• what is Hoffman coding

Hoffman code is a source code whose average word length approaches the fundamental limit set by the entropy of a discrete memoryless source.It is optimum in the sense that it follows Source coding very closely

• What is Time Convolution theorem

Time convolution theorem: Convolution in time domain = Multiplicaiton in Frequency domain x1(t) * x2(t) <---> X1(w) x X2(w) --

• What is Frequency Convolution theorem

"Frequency Convolution theorem :Convolution in freuqncy domain = 2pi x Multiplication in time domain X1(w) * X2(w) <---> 2pi x x1(t) x x2(t)"

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• Distinguish between Angle modulation and Amplitude modulation.

In amplitude Modulation as the amplitude of given signal varies, the amplitude of carrier signal also varies in the same way.In angle modulation, the frequency or phase may vary according to the amplitude of given signal"

• What is Biasing?

Biasing is a process of connecting dc voltage to a device by which we can select the operating point of the device. by biasing actually we select the operating point of the device.

• What do you mean by 3 dB cutoff frequency? Why is it 3 dB, not 1 dB?

3db implies 70%(o.7o7) of the power,i'e we r interested to consider the bandwidth range from peak to 70% b'coz uptp 70% its reliable.hence 3db is called as half power freq. 3db value is the mean square value which is 70% of the maximum value.

• What is meant by pre-emphasis

Pre-emphasis -Improving the signal to noise ratio by increasing the magnitude of higher frequency signals with respect to lower frequency signal"

• What is meant by de-emphasis?

De-emphasis-Improving the signal to noise ratio by decreasing the magnitude of higher frequency signals with respect to lower frequency signals"

• What is sampling theorem?

It is defined as the sampling frequency should be greater than or equal to twice the sampling frequency then we can generate the original signal if the condition does not satisfy we get the signal in the distorted mannerit is given as ( fs >/ 2 fs)

• Explian FIR filters

Finite impulse response (FIR) filter is a type of a digital filter. The impulse response, the filter's response to a Kronecker delta input, is 'finite' because it settles to zero in a finite number of sample intervals. This is in contrast to infinite impulse response filters which have internal feedback and may continue to respond indefinitely.

• Quote few examples of FIR Filters

A FIR filter has a number of useful properties which sometimes make it preferable to an infinite impulse response filter. FIR filters: Are inherently stable. This is due to the fact that all the poles are located at the origin and thus are located within the unit circle. Require no feedback. This means that any rounding errors are not compounded by summed iterations. The same relative error occurs in each calculation. They can be designed to be linear phase, which means the phase change is proportional to the frequency.

• What are IIR filters

Infinite impulse response (IIR) is a property of signal processing systems. They have an impulse response function which is non-zero over an infinite length of time. The simplest analog IIR filter is an RC filter made up of a single resistor (R) feeding into a node shared with a single capacitor (C). This filter has an exponential impulse response characterized by an RC time constant.

• what are Asynchronous transmission

Asynchronous transmission uses start and stop bits to signify the beginning bit ASCII character would actually be transmitted using 10 bits e.g.: A "0100 0001" would become "1 0100 0001 0". The extra one (or zero depending on parity bit) at the start and end of the transmission tells the receiver first that a character is coming and secondly that the character has ended. This method of transmission is used when data is sent intermittently as opposed to in a solid stream. In the previous example the start and stop bits are in bold. The start and stop bits must be of opposite polarity. This allows the receiver to recognize when the second packet of information is being sent.

• what are Synchronous transmission

Synchronous transmission uses no start and stop bits but instead synchronizes transmission speeds at both the receiving and sending end of the transmission using clock signals built into each component. A continual stream of data is then sent between the two nodes. Due to there being no start and stop bits the data transfer rate is quicker although more errors will occur, as the clocks will eventually get out of sync, and the receiving device would have the wrong time that had been agreed in protocol (computing) for sending/receiving data, so some bytes could become corrupted (by losing bits). Ways to get around this problem include re-synchronization of the clocks and use of check digits to ensure the byte is correctly interpreted and received.

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• What is meant by a bus?

A bus is a group of conducting lines that carriers data, address, & control signals.

• What is Tri-state logic?

Three Logic Levels are used and they are High, Low, High impedance state. The high and low are normal logic levels & high impedance state is electrical open circuit conditions. Tri-state logic has a third line called enable line.

• Give an example of one address microprocessor?

8085 is a one address microprocessor.

• In what way interrupts are classified in 8085?

In 8085 the interrupts are classified as Hardware and Software interrupts.

• examples of Software interrupts?


• EXAMPLES of Hardware interrupts?

TRAP, RST7.5, RST6.5, RST5.5, INTR.

• Which interrupt has the highest priority?

TRAP has the highest priority.

• What is clock frequency for 8085?

3 MHz is the maximum clock frequency for 8085.

• How many interrupts are there in 8085?

There are 12 interrupts in 8085.

• Name 5 different addressing modes?

Immediate, Direct, Register, Register indirect, Implied addressing modes.

• In 8085 which is called as High order / Low order Register?

Flag is called as Low order register & Accumulator is called as High order Register.

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• Difference between micro processor and microcontroller

Micro controller is a self-contained processing unit. Micro processor is not a self-contained unit. It has ROM, RAM etc

• What are the flags in 8086?

Carry flag, Parity flag, Auxiliary carry flag, Zero flag, Overflow flag, Trace flag, Interrupt flag, Direction flag, and Sign flag.

• What are the various interrupts in 8086??

Maskable interrupts, Non-Maskable interrupts

• What is meant by Maskable interrupts?

An interrupt that can be turned off by the programmer is known as Maskable interrupt.

• Which interrupts are generally used for critical events??

Non-Maskable interrupts are used in critical events Such as Power failure, Emergency, Shut off etc.

• What is the Maximum clock frequency in 8086?

5 Mhz is the Maximum clock frequency in 8086.

• What are the various segment registers in 8086?

Code, Data, Stack, Extra

• Which Stack is used in 8086?

FIFO (First In First Out) stack is used in 8086.In this type of Stack the first stored information is retrieved first.

• What are the various registers in 8085?

Accumulator register, Temporary register, Instruction register, Stack Pointer, Program Counter are the various registers in 8085 .

• What is Stack Pointer

Stack pointer is a special purpose 16-bit register in the Microprocessor, which holds the address of the top of the stack

• What is Program counter?

Program counter holds the address of either the first byte of the next instruction to be fetched for execution or the address of the next byte of a multi byte instruction, which has not been completely fetched. In both the cases it gets incremented automatically one by one as the instruction bytes get fetched. Also Program register keeps the address of the next instruction.

• Which Stack is used in 8085?

LIFO (Last In First Out) stack is used in 8085.In this type of Stack the last stored information can be retrieved first.

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• What is Yagi-Uda antenna ?

A Yagi-Uda antenna is familiar as the commonest kind of terrestrial TV antenna to be found on the rooftops of houses. It is usually used at frequencies between about 30MHz and 3GHz, or a wavelength range of 10 metres to 10 cm

• What is difference between Piconet and Scatternet ?

"A piconet is the type of connection that is formed between two or more Bluetooth-enabled devices, one device takes the role of 'master', and all other devices assume a 'slave' role for synchronization reasons. Where as a scatternet is a number of interconnected piconets that supports communication between more than 8 devices. Scatternets can be formed when a member of one piconet (either the master or one of the slaves) elects to participate as a slave in a second, separate piconet."

• What is MIMO ?

MIMO- multiple-input and multiple-output, , is the use of multiple antennas at both the transmitter and receiver to improve communication performance. It is one of several forms of smart antenna technology.

• What is VOIP ?

Voice over Internet Protocol (Voice over IP, VoIP) is one of a family of internet technologies, communication protocols, and transmission technologies for delivery of voice communications and multimedia sessions over Internet Protocol (IP) networks, such as the Internet.

• What is EDFA ?

Erbium-doped fiber amplifier. EDFA is an optical repeater device that is used to boost the intensity of optical signals being carried through a fiber optic communications system.

• what do you understand by microwaves? why these are called micro

Micro waves are those waves whose wavelength is less than 30 cms or freq ranging from 1 GHz to 1000 GHz.

• How do microwave oven works??

The main component of microwave oven is magnatron which generates frequency of appox. 2.4 GHz.

• What do you mean by 3 dB cutoff frequency? Why is it 3 dB, not 1 dB?

3dB is the half power value

• What is 2G?

2G is short for second generation wireless telephone technology.It is actually an upgradation of 1G which was analog in nature..but 2G is digital in nature..moreover its penetration in mobile networks is much higher.

• What is 3G?

3G is short for 3rd generation wireless telephone technology. It is a further upgradation of 2G..its data rates are higher and it is supposed to be ranged upto 14 mbps. NTT Docomo of Japan used it first. (After this u may expect questions from Docomo,so i u r aware use this statement)

Many new applications like Mobile TV,Internet Browsing, Video Conf,Tele-Medicine can be used.

• what is 4G?

4th Generation technology. Have very high data rates upto 100Mbps. and can be used for Online Gaming, HDTV viewing,etc..

• Why are video signals amplitude modulated and sound signal frequency modulated in composite video signal.?

Both picture and sound signals from different stations are concentrated within the same range of frequencies. Therefore, radiation from different stations would be hopelessly and inextricably mixed up and it would be impossible to separate one from the other at the receiving end. Thus

in order to be able to separate the intelligence from different stations, it is necessary to translate them all to different portions of the electromagnetic spectrum depending on the carrier frequency assigned to each station. Also the sound signal is frequency modulated because of its inherent merits of interference-free reception.

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• What is the basic difference between Latches and Flip flops?

latches cannot store any information, while Flipflops can

• Difference between GSM and CDMA technology?

CDMA uses same frequency for a number of signals. This is possible because of Analog to digital conversion and then encoded with a random signal. Then decoded at the receiving end using decoding algorithem. Hence lot of ppl can talk wiht out interference...Weere as GSM, the no. of ppl who can share a particular freq is limited. Specturm is divided in frequency and then time slots are allotted....for callers... :Due to spectrum constraints, CDMA which needs less spectrum for the same number of calls, has advantage over GSM. And it's less costly to set up as well.

• What is ZigBee and its specifications ?

"ZigBee is a specification for a suite of high level communication protocols using small, low-power digital radios based on the IEEE 802.15.4-2003 standard for Low-Rate Wireless Personal Area Networks (LR-WPANs), such as wireless light switches with lamps, electrical meters with in-home-displays, consumer electronics equipment via short-range radio. ZigBee is targeted at radio-frequency (RF) applications that require a low data rate, long battery life, and secure networking.

• What is FPGA ?

Field-programmable Gate Array (FPGA)- is an integrated circuit designed to be configured by the customer or designer after manufacturing—hence "field-programmable". The FPGA configuration is specified using hardware description language (HDL).FPGAs contain programmable logic components called "logic blocks",

• What are semiconductor devices

A semiconductor device is a device which has a pn junction in it.Ex. Diode, transistor.Basically they are different in conduction property. these materials are not conductors by default they become conductors in some cicumstances like, increase in temperature or difference in the charge density, etc.Germanium and silicon are the best examples of semiconductors

• Why the input resistance of an op-amp is high whereas it's output resistance is low?

Op-Amp has to provide maximum output and haence has low output resistance , for loading at the input point its has high resistance in the input side.

• What is CMRR? Explain briefly.

CMRR stands for common mode rejection ratio. It is a measure of the ability of a test instrument to reject interference that is common to both of its measurement input terminals. It is expressed in decibels and it is the ratio of the actual or common signal level appearing on the two input terminals together to the measured level.

• What is a tunnel diode ?

Tunnel diode was invented by Esaki and its different from the normal diode in terms of the doping concentration as in 1part of doping is present in 10^3 atoms whereas in normal diode it is 1 part in 10^8 atoms. It is basically used for very fast switching response.

• What do you mean by ASCII, EBCDIC?

ASCII (American Standard Code for Information Interchange), is a character encoding based on the English alphabet. EBCDIC (Extended Binary Coded Decimal Interchange Code) is an 8-bit character encoding used on IBM mainframe operating systems"

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How to improve your logical ability /Critical thinking

The cognitive skills of a human determines his quality of life – be it learning, education or normal day to day living, - Reasoning and logical skills defines the boundary!.

Given below are few practical means of improving your critical thinking ability.

• Try remembering things in day to day life than storing to your PDA devices!

• Try to remember the mobile numbers of your close and dear

Challenge yourself - just ten minutes of mental activity a day might be enough to reduce your risks of mental decline.

• Games which involves strategy- like PUZZLES /Sudokus

• Keep your brain sharp and toned with regular exercise

Game 1: Find the Missing !!

A good game for students to get acquainted with numbers, operations and puzzles

Description of the game

Find the missing operations.. (Addition, subtraction, multiplication and division)

Number (missing operation) number (operation)= number

The fun is to find the operations which give the result, the end number!

Example: 3----- 6 ----2 +1 =10

The BODMAS – the precedence of operations also need to be taken care

One possible solution is : 3 * 6/ 2 +1 = 10

Ie, 6/2= 3 mutipley by 3 add one … u get 10

The game can be made hard by including negative numbers, more operations etc

There would be more than one possibility for the question and the scoring will depends upon how many possibilities can be arrived

This can be played in a smaller group.

This game doesn’t require a paper or pen hence can be played while traveling or during leisure time

These are good exercise for school going students to improve their computation skills

Game 2: Memory test

• Take 15 to 20 items normally the items that we see in our day to day living

• Analyze the same for 10 minutes,

• Keep the item away

• Try to recall the items in a span of 15 minutes..


• Try forming a logical story / flow of remembering the things

• Think of an incident where you used those items…

A well functioning mind can reduce occasions of degenerative brain diseases and other brain related diseases.

These enable a student to develop a good learning skills, cognitive skills which helps to develop the learning skills of students these allows to process the sensory information we come across and henceforth analyze, evaluate , retain the relevant information’s compare the options, recall and come to a consensus.

Weak cognitive skills can be strengthened and normal cognitive skills can be enhanced to increase ease and performance in learning.

Where there is a will there is a way!.. give it a try..It worth it

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What are the courses /specializations available in an MBA

The main areas of specialization offered in most of the business administration colleges are

• Finance

• Marketing

• Information Management

• Operation Management

• Human Resource Management

• General Management

• International Business

• Service Operations Management

The one year programs and other service management areas of specializations offered in various colleges are:

• E-Governance

• Health Care

• Entrepreneurship

• Information and Project Management

• Software Enterprise Management

• Strategic Management

• Business

• Environment

• Decision Sciences

• Hospital Management,

• Supply Chain Management,

• Logistics & Transport Management,

• Tourism & Hospitality,

• BPO & Call Centre Management

• Health Care,

• Urban & Infrastructure Management,

• Social Sector Management,

• Natural Resources & Environment Management,

• Media,

• Insurance

• Rural Marketing,

• Advertising/Communication