Surat is an emerging city in the state of Gujarat, is known as the textile city of Gujarat. And, the epithet is perfectly suited to the city. Textile industry is one of the oldest and the most widespread industries in Surat. A major part of the city’s population is associated with the textile industry. Nearly 30 million meters of raw fabric and 25 million meters of processed fabric are produced in Surat daily. The city has several textile markets that exist since times immemorial. Zampa Bazaar, Bombay Market, JJ Textile Market and Jash Market are among them. Katat Gam, Magdalla and Udhana are the areas of Surat where manufacturing is mainly concentrated. In the course of time, people from various other places like Rajasthan and Kolkata settled in Surat in order to carry out their textile business.
Apart from the textile in Surat, it is also most famous leading diamond polishing industry of India. Diamond cutting has a history of over 100 years now and after a 100 years, it was confirmed that a whopping 92% of world’s diamonds were cut in Surat and that gave India a lot of revenue. Now the Surat diamond cutters are eyeing the bigger diamonds and are expanding from small pieces.
Though Surat had to go through a lot of natural disasters in past few years, like floods each year and earthquakes, but there is a go-get-it attitude in Surat people to keep on moving ahead in life- that’s what is probably keeping it as an economic powerhouse of India.
Roopali Paramjeet is working as an accountant in a textile mill in Surat. Roopali has done B.Com from Metas Adventist College.
Coimbatore is the second largest city in the South Indian state of Tamil Nadu. It is the administrative headquarters of the Coimbatore District and a major textile and engineering hub of South India. It is referred to as “the Manchester of South India” due to the presence of a flourishing textile industry. It is a heavily industrialised city with textile factories, engineering firms, automobile parts manufacturers, health care facilities and technical educational institutions. The hill stations of Ooty, Coonoor and Valparai are close to the city making it a good tourist attraction throughout the year. The city is situated about 500 kilometres (311 mi) southwest of state capital Chennai, on the banks of the Noyyal River and is close to the Siruvani Waterfalls.
Jaya works in management section of a textile industry in Coimbatore. Coimbatore also know as Kovai is the second largest city in the South Indian state of Tamil Nadu.
You must be aware of the fact that Infosys is one of the biggest software companies in India. Every year, it recruits large numbers of people from different fields to match its software requirements. Therefore, if you are interested in getting a placement in this company you should start your preparation right now.
Like any other software companies, Infosys also hold recruitment examination to recruit different freshers. You would first have to sit for a written test which would consist of different sections. These different sections include logical reasoning, technical and numerical aptitude, general awareness and even English awareness. These different sections are not very difficult and if you prepare thoroughly, it would not be difficult for you to go through it. Once you are selected in the written test, you would now have to face the HR department of the company. You would have to sit for the personal interview and once you are selected in this process, you would definitely get a placement here.
You must always try to prepare for the placement exams with the help of the previous sample papers of the company. This in turn would help you to get a clear idea of the patterns of the questions that are set in the exam. Moreover, if you solve them, you would be able to get an idea on the areas of your weaknesses so that you would be able to concentrate more on these areas. On the other hand, you can leave out those areas which you think you are strong enough at. Consequently, it would help you to acquire a particular grip over a particular section.
Amita is a girl from Mysore, an IT professional. Amita is working at Infosys Technology training center in Mysore. Amita is married, mother of one but separated and living alone. Amita says she has learned a lot facing odds of life alone in recent years however my good job and company kept me on right track in life.
Quality assurance (QA) refers to the process of monitoring and verifying services offered by a business to ensure that it meets the requirements of the customers or clients. Although QA can’t assure the quality of the production process, it can improve customer service to make it more likely. The QA team in any organization mainly looks at two things. First is the product or service, which is the basic need of the customer or client. Second is whether the customer or client will prefer the product or service in the future. In other words, determining the market requirement of the product or service to attract the future traffic.
Most QA experts apply a trial and error method to ensure quality and reach the result that determines efficiency as well as reliability of the service. However, a lot of money and effort goes into quality analysis. Some people also feel that QA usually stretches the work, thereby delaying the whole process.
There are a lot of terms and names out there that people may of heard of, but they do not actually know what it is or even what it stands for. This just so happens to be the case with Software QA testing. Most people do not ever know what QA testing is. Well, this is a process that is known as software quality assurance testing. It is used in many different fields of business for many different things. Today we are going to go into a little bit more detail about what QA testing is and what really goes into software testing. We will also cover a few different businesses that use QA testing and why they have used it. In the end, you will see that everyone needs this kind of testing to make everything work right.
Anita is working in a software design firm in Gurgaon distrcit. Anita is working in Gurgaon’s booming IT industry which has not only revolutionized her city Gurgaon but also their state Haryana. Anita’s job is software quality assurance. She work hard to align their companies software products with international standards and when they are building a custom package, they align it with client’s needs & requirements.
Saba said, in her email, are we all engineers or are we really artists? If you think about it, our jobs consist of taking basic elements (colors) combining them (painting) and creating networks, servers, and applications (works of art). Is one among us the next IT Michelangelo?
Just how do great IT managers go about making decisions? They all have different ways of doing this, but many of us talk about making “gut decisions.” What this is really a way of saying is that an IT leader who has good business instincts is a great value to the company that they work for.
If you want to become known as someone who can make good, quick decisions, then start trusting your gut; however, also make sure that you get as many inputs from others as possible. The time that it requires to get inputs from others can often take too long to collect. What’s an IT leader to do?
It turns out that you can probably trust your gut. This is because in your brain you have a class of neuron cells that are called “spindle cells”. This type of neurons both attaches to other cells easier and transmits information to them quicker.
Saba Hameed is an IT manager in a multi-national firm. Saba is a hard working girl from Lahore, her particular interest was computers so at university level she decided to study IT and come an IT expert. Now she is working in a managing position. This is rare for Pakistani girls, achieving excellence at a young age.