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From School to Campus and from
     Campus to Corporate
Every one should
start working hard
 to full fill his/her
dreams from today
        itself.           Otherwise
                            someday,
                          someone will
                         put you in work
                        to full fill his/her
                             dreams.
Need for Transformation
Why we need a transformation?
• Each year 30 lakhs graduates pass out.
• 40% of Indian population are youths (13 to
  35).
• Only 25% of Technical Graduates and 10-15%
  of general Graduates are employable.
• What is the reason?
What you need?
•   High level responsibility.
•   Unconditional surrender.
•   Will to learn from everyone.
•   Keizen.
•   Morality and Honesty.
•   Absolute patience.
•   Adjustability.
•   Dare to face challenges.
Campus Vs Corporate
                 Student                                      Employee
Exams are the major qualifying criteria   Each day is important
Minimum marks to pass. No problem         Always need excellence. Survival of fittest.
Maximum effort can fetch 100% marks       Maximum effort: increment, elevation.
Hours per day is limited                  Your productivity is important
Up to you and you don’t affect others     Highly interlinked
Memorize and remember                     Understand, Remember, Utilize.
Practical 25%                             Practical 100%
Mind your duty                            Need versatility.
Other student’s work will not mind you    Highly competitive within the unit.
TIPS to Improve English
• For any Language,

If you want to Write, you need to READ

If you want to Speak, you need to LISTEN..




                                             2
Tools of Selling
• Interview is a selling process.. You sell Yourself
• Application and Resumes..
• They sell you before you do it..
Application
• It’s a traditional way of submitting your
  Resume. Now, most don’t write an
  application.
• But, you can… to get the winning margin.
• It’s nothing but a personalized letter stating
  your aspiration for the job.
• Should be simple and self written.
Date…………………
                                                                             Place………………..
From,


To,



Dear Sir/Madam,
Sub:

         It my immense pleasure to apply for the post of …………………………….., in your
esteemed organization.
         I am sure that I will have a successful, long term career with your organization by
completely dedicating me under the guidance of my superiors.


Thanking you,

Yours truly,


(xyz)
Types of Resumes
•   Entry Level Common Resume
•   Administration/Customer Care Resume
•   Sales/Marketing Resume
•   Hospitality Industry Resume
•   Finance Resume
•   HR Resume
•   Management Resume
Resume Building Tips
•   Resume should sell you before you do.
•   It should be fresh and unfolded.
•   It should be prepared by you.!
•   It should be simple. Should not be more than two pages.
•   You must know each word in your Resume.
•   Rich words will not impress rather irritate.
•   If you Mail it, be it in MS-Word format. It’s opened in all
    computers.
•   Do not use tables or macros.
•   Latest first, avoid personal information, use bold, italic and
    underline where ever necessary.
•   Percentage, numbers get attention.
•   Highlight your achievements.
General format of Resume
• Name, Age and address with contact number and
  mail id.
• Objective
• Relevant Experience
• Educational Qualification
• Additional Qualification
• Activities
• Other skills.
• Signature
M. Sandhya
                                            Age 23 (October 25th 1989)
                          No.7, Adiyaman Colony, Tiruppattur, North Arcot District, Tamil Nadu 612000
                                      Contact: 9843161850 Email: abaskar23@gmail.com
Objective:
To obtain a job in a _________ company to prove my abilities by my hard work and sincerity.

Relevant Experience:
1.   Worked with ____________________________

2.   Participated in ___________________________

Educational Qualification:
Per-cuing MBA in HR and Finance, Sacred Heart College, Tiruppattur with 71% of marks. 2010-2012
Per-cuing BBA , Sacred Heart College, Tiruppattur with 75% of marks. 2007-2010
Higher Secondary with 75% of marks and Secondary School Leaving Certificate (SSLC) with 80% of marks).

Additional Qualification:
Able to work with MS Office applications (MS Word, MS Excel and MS Power Point Presentations)
Good at Emailing and active with Facebook and Linkedin.

Activities Participated:
Participant in NCC since my 10th Standard
Participant in NSS since my 11th Standard

Achievements:
Won prizes in Essay, Elocution, Dance, Running Race, Quiz competitions.

Sincerely,


(Date and Place)
Why we are discussing about your job
              NOW?
• Good and Bad



• Any good thing will take it’s own time to
  develop.

• So, we need to start NOW…!
Interview Insights
• 40% of recruiting decisions are taken on your
   personalities.
• Interviewers see in what way you fit to the job.
• They are also humans not the God or Devil.
Priority 1: The importance you give for the interview.
Priority 2: The way you present yourself.
Priority 3: The knowledge you have about the job applied
   and your past track.
Priority 4: Your ambition (short-term long term goal)
Priority 5: The confidence level (should be appropriate)
Brief About yourself… 
• 1. First introduce yourself, start with your name. Never
  start with "myself" because it is grammatically
  incorrect.
  2. Your parents name & occupation.
  3. Your educational background but no need to tell
  your percentage because it is already mentioned in
  your c.v. But, remember your marks and percentages.
  4. Your hobbies .
  5. Your strength, skills.
  6. Your achievements.
  7. Your goals.
  8. End with "that’s all about me sir....thank you for
  giving me such a wonderful opportunity.“
• 9. Ask, ‘would you like to know anything else sir?’.
Do’s and Don’t Do’s…
What is important                           What you should avoid
Professional Dressing. Light plain full hand Avoid checked, designed and irritating
shirt and a dark pant with tie and formal    dress.
shoe. Girls plain soft looking dresses.
Well combed hair. Hair cut at least before Don’t miss anything stated. Avoid over
a week and clean shave on the date of      makeup. Look as natural.
interview.
Carry a fresh copy of Resume, certificates, You should know about what you carry.
anything that can support your ability.     Memorize the marks, titles and
                                            achievements.
You must be there in the interview venue    Avoid fear, tension.
at least 30 minutes before.
Take time to respond (optimum 2             Don’t express that you know everything.
seconds). Don’t hesitate to say NO. But,    Don’t speak before they complete. Don’t
not often.                                  give a willful wrong answer. If given,
                                            express your sorry.
Goal..


• The Goal and
  Desire..
What decides our Actions?
• Actions are the outcome of our THOUGHTS
• Thoughts are the outcome of the information
  our Brain has.
• Information are collected by our SENSORS..
  Shockingly, without our permissions..

• If you want to regulate your actions, you need
  to train your brain..
                                            3
Self Sculpting..
Success is not
achieved by the Size of
Brain..
It’s by the Size of
THOUGHTS..
       The Great Success Mantra
The Theory of Negation
To understand the theory..
• You need to understand the difference
  between

HAPPINESS            and        SATISFACTION.
The Theory of Negation

    The assured way to achieve your
 DREAM is to be happy and not satisfied
   for anything less than your DREAM

cq;fs; fdittpl Fiwe;j vjpYk; ePq;fs;
 re;Njhk; milayhNk jtpu jpUg;jp
            milaf;$lhJ...
The Rajnikanth Factor
       • Simple and Humble.
       • Loves his profession.
       • Has unique style of performing.
       • Continues to outperform
         despite of comments and
         critics.
       • Believes in Director and
         technicians.
       • Unconditional surrender to the
         role and director.
All the best..!
V. Prasanna Venkatesan,
     Vertical Progress,
       9843161850
mynameisprasanna@gmail.com
  ceo@verticalprogress.net
  www.verticalprogress.net

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Campus to Corporate

  • 1.
  • 2. From School to Campus and from Campus to Corporate
  • 3. Every one should start working hard to full fill his/her dreams from today itself. Otherwise someday, someone will put you in work to full fill his/her dreams.
  • 5. Why we need a transformation? • Each year 30 lakhs graduates pass out. • 40% of Indian population are youths (13 to 35). • Only 25% of Technical Graduates and 10-15% of general Graduates are employable. • What is the reason?
  • 6. What you need? • High level responsibility. • Unconditional surrender. • Will to learn from everyone. • Keizen. • Morality and Honesty. • Absolute patience. • Adjustability. • Dare to face challenges.
  • 7. Campus Vs Corporate Student Employee Exams are the major qualifying criteria Each day is important Minimum marks to pass. No problem Always need excellence. Survival of fittest. Maximum effort can fetch 100% marks Maximum effort: increment, elevation. Hours per day is limited Your productivity is important Up to you and you don’t affect others Highly interlinked Memorize and remember Understand, Remember, Utilize. Practical 25% Practical 100% Mind your duty Need versatility. Other student’s work will not mind you Highly competitive within the unit.
  • 8. TIPS to Improve English • For any Language, If you want to Write, you need to READ If you want to Speak, you need to LISTEN.. 2
  • 9. Tools of Selling • Interview is a selling process.. You sell Yourself • Application and Resumes.. • They sell you before you do it..
  • 10. Application • It’s a traditional way of submitting your Resume. Now, most don’t write an application. • But, you can… to get the winning margin. • It’s nothing but a personalized letter stating your aspiration for the job. • Should be simple and self written.
  • 11. Date………………… Place……………….. From, To, Dear Sir/Madam, Sub: It my immense pleasure to apply for the post of …………………………….., in your esteemed organization. I am sure that I will have a successful, long term career with your organization by completely dedicating me under the guidance of my superiors. Thanking you, Yours truly, (xyz)
  • 12. Types of Resumes • Entry Level Common Resume • Administration/Customer Care Resume • Sales/Marketing Resume • Hospitality Industry Resume • Finance Resume • HR Resume • Management Resume
  • 13. Resume Building Tips • Resume should sell you before you do. • It should be fresh and unfolded. • It should be prepared by you.! • It should be simple. Should not be more than two pages. • You must know each word in your Resume. • Rich words will not impress rather irritate. • If you Mail it, be it in MS-Word format. It’s opened in all computers. • Do not use tables or macros. • Latest first, avoid personal information, use bold, italic and underline where ever necessary. • Percentage, numbers get attention. • Highlight your achievements.
  • 14. General format of Resume • Name, Age and address with contact number and mail id. • Objective • Relevant Experience • Educational Qualification • Additional Qualification • Activities • Other skills. • Signature
  • 15. M. Sandhya Age 23 (October 25th 1989) No.7, Adiyaman Colony, Tiruppattur, North Arcot District, Tamil Nadu 612000 Contact: 9843161850 Email: abaskar23@gmail.com Objective: To obtain a job in a _________ company to prove my abilities by my hard work and sincerity. Relevant Experience: 1. Worked with ____________________________ 2. Participated in ___________________________ Educational Qualification: Per-cuing MBA in HR and Finance, Sacred Heart College, Tiruppattur with 71% of marks. 2010-2012 Per-cuing BBA , Sacred Heart College, Tiruppattur with 75% of marks. 2007-2010 Higher Secondary with 75% of marks and Secondary School Leaving Certificate (SSLC) with 80% of marks). Additional Qualification: Able to work with MS Office applications (MS Word, MS Excel and MS Power Point Presentations) Good at Emailing and active with Facebook and Linkedin. Activities Participated: Participant in NCC since my 10th Standard Participant in NSS since my 11th Standard Achievements: Won prizes in Essay, Elocution, Dance, Running Race, Quiz competitions. Sincerely, (Date and Place)
  • 16. Why we are discussing about your job NOW? • Good and Bad • Any good thing will take it’s own time to develop. • So, we need to start NOW…!
  • 17. Interview Insights • 40% of recruiting decisions are taken on your personalities. • Interviewers see in what way you fit to the job. • They are also humans not the God or Devil. Priority 1: The importance you give for the interview. Priority 2: The way you present yourself. Priority 3: The knowledge you have about the job applied and your past track. Priority 4: Your ambition (short-term long term goal) Priority 5: The confidence level (should be appropriate)
  • 18. Brief About yourself…  • 1. First introduce yourself, start with your name. Never start with "myself" because it is grammatically incorrect. 2. Your parents name & occupation. 3. Your educational background but no need to tell your percentage because it is already mentioned in your c.v. But, remember your marks and percentages. 4. Your hobbies . 5. Your strength, skills. 6. Your achievements. 7. Your goals. 8. End with "that’s all about me sir....thank you for giving me such a wonderful opportunity.“ • 9. Ask, ‘would you like to know anything else sir?’.
  • 19. Do’s and Don’t Do’s… What is important What you should avoid Professional Dressing. Light plain full hand Avoid checked, designed and irritating shirt and a dark pant with tie and formal dress. shoe. Girls plain soft looking dresses. Well combed hair. Hair cut at least before Don’t miss anything stated. Avoid over a week and clean shave on the date of makeup. Look as natural. interview. Carry a fresh copy of Resume, certificates, You should know about what you carry. anything that can support your ability. Memorize the marks, titles and achievements. You must be there in the interview venue Avoid fear, tension. at least 30 minutes before. Take time to respond (optimum 2 Don’t express that you know everything. seconds). Don’t hesitate to say NO. But, Don’t speak before they complete. Don’t not often. give a willful wrong answer. If given, express your sorry.
  • 20. Goal.. • The Goal and Desire..
  • 21. What decides our Actions? • Actions are the outcome of our THOUGHTS • Thoughts are the outcome of the information our Brain has. • Information are collected by our SENSORS.. Shockingly, without our permissions.. • If you want to regulate your actions, you need to train your brain.. 3
  • 22. Self Sculpting.. Success is not achieved by the Size of Brain.. It’s by the Size of THOUGHTS.. The Great Success Mantra The Theory of Negation
  • 23. To understand the theory.. • You need to understand the difference between HAPPINESS and SATISFACTION.
  • 24. The Theory of Negation The assured way to achieve your DREAM is to be happy and not satisfied for anything less than your DREAM cq;fs; fdittpl Fiwe;j vjpYk; ePq;fs; re;Njhk; milayhNk jtpu jpUg;jp milaf;$lhJ...
  • 25. The Rajnikanth Factor • Simple and Humble. • Loves his profession. • Has unique style of performing. • Continues to outperform despite of comments and critics. • Believes in Director and technicians. • Unconditional surrender to the role and director.
  • 26. All the best..! V. Prasanna Venkatesan, Vertical Progress, 9843161850 mynameisprasanna@gmail.com ceo@verticalprogress.net www.verticalprogress.net