Category Archives: Career & Education

Top 10 World’s Best Universities

Here is the list of Top 10 U.S.News & World Report’s World’s Best Universities. It is based on the Times Higher Education-QS World University Rankings, identified these to be world’s top universities in 2009.

  1. Harvard University – United States
  2. University of Cambridge – United Kingdom
  3. Yale University – United States
  4. UCL (University College London) – United Kingdom

Amazon Software Development Centers – List

Here is the list of Amazon Software Development Centers around the globe. Amazon employs software developers in medium- to large-sized centers across the globe. While most of Amazon’s software development is in Seattle, other locations include:

  • Slough (United Kingdom)
  • Edinburgh (United Kingdom)
  • Dublin (Ireland)
  • Bangalore, Chennai, and Hyderabad (India)
  • Cape Town (South Africa)
  • Iaşi (Romania)

Tools for Landing a Better Job

Here are ten best tools and tips for job-seekers and career climbers.

1. Write a killer resume for a new career path
2. Build your personal brand with a blog
3. Get better, faster, smarter alerts on job openings
4. Use search-friendly words; skip vague generalities
5. Look the part
6. Walk into your interview without fear
7. Leave without burning any bridges
8. Take the guesswork out of salary demands
9. Cover Craigslist like a glove
10. Cover all the search sites

MAT Results – Management Aptitude Test

All India Management Association (AIMA) is a group- a body to pool management thoughts in the country, a forum to develop a national managerial ethos, an orgnisation to facilitate the furtherance of the management profession in the country.

MAT Results Is Available at the following link to get the Get your Scores

Here is the Announced Management Aptitude Test (MAT) Results .

GMAT Security: Palm Vein Biometric Authentication


Graduate Management Admission Test, or GMAT, will have their palms scanned to capture the test-taker’s unique “palm vein pattern.”

The palm-scanning device captures an image of the blood coursing through test-takers’ veins. Each person has a unique “palm-vein” image. A student whom a business school official suspects of acting fraudulently could be asked to have their palm scanned, and that image could be checked against the image the student provided for the GMAT, according to David Wilson, president of the Graduate Management Admission Council.