APSPDCL-Recruitment -2018 for Project Engineer job-updates

APSPDCL-Recruitment -2018 for Project Engineer job-updates

Name of the post              : Project Engineer
Posted Date                       : 06-06-2018
Last date to apply              : 07-07-2018
Educational Qualifications: B.tech in Electrical/chemical/mechanical engineering with 3yrs of exp in                                               relevant field
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Top important rules error detection rules for finding errors easily in english-part1

Top important rules error detection rules for finding errors easily in english-part1


Top important rules error detection rules for finding errors easily in english-part1
SUBJECT-VERB AGREEMENT
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1. If two Singular Nouns refer to the same person or thing, the Verb should be in Singular.
For example,
Incorrect- The Chief-minister and Home-minister are coming.
Correct- The Chief-minister and Home-minister is coming.
(Here the same person is Chief-minister as well as Home-minister)
2. Two or more Singular Subjects joined by and then Verb should be in Plural.
For example,
Incorrect- Ram and Shyam is here. 
Correct- Ram and Shyam are here.

3. If the Singular Subjects are preceded by a word as each or every, the Verb should be in Singular.
For example,
Incorrect- Every men and woman were ready.
Correct- Every men and woman was ready.
4. When the two Subjects joined by 'or/nor are of different numbers, the Verb should be Plural, and the Plural Subject must be placed next to the Verb.
For example,
incorrect- Neither the lecturers nor the principal was present.
Correct- Neither the principal nor the lecturers were present. '
5. Two or more Singular Subjects joined by or, nor, either..... Or, neither.... nor take a Verb in the Singular form.
For example,
Incorrect- Neither he nor I were there.
Correct- Neither he nor I was there.
6. When the two Subjects joined by or, nor are of different persons, the Verb agrees in person with the one nearest to it.
For example,
Incorrect- Either he or I is mistaken.
Correct- Either he or I, am mistaken.
7. When the Subject of the Verb is a Relative Pronoun care should be taken to see that the Verb should agrees in Number and Person with the Antecedent of the relative.
For example,
Incorrect- I, who is your friend, will guard your interests.
Correct- I, who am your friend, will guard your interests.
8. A Collective Noun should take a Singular Verb when the collection is thought of as a whole, takes a Plural Verb when the individuals of which it is composed are thought of.
For example,
Correct- The Council has chosen the President.
Correct- The military were called out.

9. Words joined to a Singular Subject by with, together with, in addition to, or, as well as, etc. are parenthetical, and therefore do not affect the number of the Verb.
For example,
Incorrect- The Chief, with all his men, were massacred .
• Correct-The chief, with all his men, was massacred.

10. Some Nouns which are singular in form but plural in meaning, should take Plural Verb.

For example,
Incorrect- Mathematics are a branch of study in every school.
Correct- Mathematics is a branch of study in every school.
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Important Antonyms for Governament job Preparation

Important Antonyms for Governament job Preparation

AFFLUENT-having a great deal of money(especially of a group or area)/wealthy -POOR
ROUGH-having an uneven or irregular surface /not smoother level -SMOOTH
IMPERTINENT-notshowingproperrespect/rude- RESPECTFUL
FALLIABLE- capable of making mistakes or being wrong-UNERRING
 ERUDITE-having or showing great knowledge or learning-UNSCHOLARLY
COAX-persuade(someone)gradually or gently to do something-DISSUADE
CRITICISE-indicate the faults of(someone or something)in a disapproving way-COMMEND
ANIMOSITY-strong hostility-LOVE
RATIFICATION-official way to confirm something, usually vote-DISAPPROVAL
PAROCHIAL-having a limited or narrow outlook or scope-GLOBAL
AUTONOMY-freedom from external control or influence/ independence-DEPENDENCE
ALTERCATION-a noisy argument or disagreement, especially in public -COMPROMISE AFFIRM-accept or confirm the validity of(a judgment or agreement);ratify-REFUSE
CONFORMITY-compliance with standards, rules, or laws -DEVIATION
FACILITATE-make(an action or process)easy or easier-HINDER
CULPABLE- deserving blame-BLAMELESS
NADIR-the lowest or most unsuccessful pointing situation-ZENITH

Top 10 biggest mistakes that we are doing during interview

Top 10 biggest mistakes that we are doing during interview

Congratulations! Your Resume’s done its job and you’ve got an interview.
Don’t blow it by…

 1. Turning up late

Go earlier for interview.
Work out exactly where you’re going and how you’re going to get there. If you can, do a practice run. On the day, allow yourself 30 minutes extra for traffic problems or delays. If for some reason you're running late, call your interviewer to let them know.

2. Inappropriate clothing

We should go in formal dresses.
What’s appropriate varies depending on the job you’re going for, so try asking someone who works in the same industry. If you’re still not sure, go for something more formal – a suit or dark trousers/skirt with a smart shirt or top.

3. Being unprepared

Prepare the topics that are related to job interview.
You need to know your CV inside out. If it’s a competency-based interview, make sure you've prepared relevant examples. Research the employer, go over the job description and take notes on how your skills and strengths match up.

4. Lying

Anything from big lies about what jobs you’ve done, to little tweaks about your skills or knowledge can trip you up. It’s very easy for your interviewer to catch you out with a few follow-up questions.

5. Criticising a current or previous employer

It’s fine to talk about what you would like to achieve and why this may not be possible in your current job, but never bad-mouth a current or previous employer. It could give your interviewer the impression you’re difficult to work with.

6. Criticising the company that’s interviewing you

Interviewers often ask candidates if they have any ideas on how the business could be improved. You should have one or two examples, but make sure you answer in a polite way. Your interviewer may be the person responsible for that marketing campaign, lunch menu or window display that you’re commenting on.

7. Giving textbook responses

It’s important to show your personality in an interview. Try to be open and honest about your skills and strengths, giving examples of when you've used them. That’s stronger than trotting out clich├ęd statements such as ‘I’m a real people person’.

8. Appearing arrogant or rude

It's great to show that you're confident in an interview, but don’t let that tip over into arrogance. Listen carefully to your interviewer, don’t interrupt and don’t attempt too many jokes. You don’t want to say anything that could cause offence.

9. Not asking any questions

Asking a few questions towards the end of the interview shows you’re confident, thoughtful and interested in the position. Some good fall-back options are asking what kind of training opportunities the employer offers, what the workplace culture is like or what career opportunities are available.

10. Letting your nerves get the better of you

This is probably the most difficult mistake to avoid. Interviews make everyone a bit anxious, but there are techniques you can use to keep those nerves in check.

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What is Family? Most Heart touching story

What is Family? Most Heart touching story


What is Family? Most Heart touching storyA man came home from work late, tired and irritated,
to find his 5-year old son waiting for him at the door.
SON: “Daddy, may I ask you a question?”
DAD: “Yeah sure, what is it?” replied the man.
SON: “Daddy, how much do you make an hour?”
DAD: “That’s none of your business. Why do you ask such a thing?” the man said angrily.
SON: “I just want to know. Please tell me, how much do you make an hour?”
DAD: “If you must know, I make $20 an hour.”
“Oh,” the little boy replied, with his head down. Looking up, he said,
“Daddy, may I please borrow $10?”

The father was furious, “If the only reason you asked that is so you can borrow some money to buy
a silly toy or some other nonsense, then you march yourself straight to your room and go to bed.
Think about why you are being so selfish. I work hard everyday for such this childish behavior.”
The little boy quietly went to his room and shut the door. The man sat down and started to get even
angrier about the little boy’s questions. How dare he ask such questions only to get some money?
After about an hour or so, the man had calmed down, and started to think: Maybe there was
something he really needed to buy with that $10 and he really didn’t ask for money very often.
The man went to the door of the little boy’s room and opened the door.
“Are you asleep, son?” He asked. “No daddy, I’m awake,” replied the boy.
“I’ve been thinking, maybe I was too hard on you earlier,” said the man. “It’s been a long day and
I took out my aggravation on you. Here’s the $10 you asked for.”
The little boy sat straight up, smiling. “Oh, thank you daddy!” He yelled.
Then, reaching under his pillow he pulled out some crumpled up bills.
The man, seeing that the boy already had money, started to get angry again.
The little boy slowly counted out his money, and then looked up at his father.
“Why do you want more money if you already have some?” the father grumbled.
“Because I didn’t have enough, but now I do,” the little boy replied.
“Daddy, I have $20 now. Can I buy an hour of your time? Please come home early tomorrow.
I would like to have dinner with you.”
Share this story with someone you like.... But even better, share $20 worth of time with someone
you love. It’s just a short reminder to all of you working so hard in life.
We should not let time slip through our fingers without having spent some time with those who
really matter to us, those close to our hearts.
If we die tomorrow, the company that we are working for could easily replace us in a matter of
days.
But the family & friends we leave behind will feel the loss for the rest of their lives. And come to
think of it, we pour ourselves more into work than to our family. An unwise investment indeed!
So what is the moral of the story???
Don’t work too hard...and you know what’s the full word of FAMILY?

FAMILY = (F)ATHER (A)ND (M)OTHER,(I)(L)OVE (Y)OU!