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Resume is a statement about us. They should be beautiful, attractive and clear to look as attractive as possible. In the words of world famous trainer Shivkheera …
The HR Manager is repeatedly restricted to your resume within seconds.
Resume is your statement. That is the advertisement. What is the main purpose of an advertisement? Explaining the unique features of the item to the customer, impressing him and buying that item by him.

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When I was a kid, in some films I heard rebel hero’s discussing with their fathers saying “In your time there were only some are educated and you got jobs easily, But now its different now everything out there is competition”. as a kid I didn’t get the meaning but as I am growing through i got it very well. When we are in school or college then reading our syllabus books and getting pass marks or distinctions is something and after finishing the school or college when we need to join next course then comes the real challenge, “Entrance Exam” which tests our ability whether we are eligible for that course or not.


Medical Entrance Exams

  • National Eligibility cum entrance test [NEET]
  • All India Institute of Medical Sciences [AIIMS] – Delhi
  • Armed force medical college [AFMC] – Pune
  • All India pre-veterinary test [AIPVT] – Delhi
  • Amrita Institute of medical sciences [AIMA] – Kerala
  • Annamalai university entrance exam [AMU] – Tamilnadu
  • Banaras Hindu University pre-medical test [BHU-PMT] – Varanasi
  • Consortium of medical engineering and dental colleges [COMEDK] – Karnataka
  • Christian medical college – Vellore [CMC Vellore]
  • Jawaharlal Institute of postgraduate medical education & research [JIPMER] – Pondicherry
  • Postgraduate Institute of Medical Education  Research [PGIMER] – Chandigarh
  • Diplomate of National Board Centralized Entrance Test-Super Specialty [DNB CET]
  • Guru Gobindh Singh Indraprastha university [IPU CET]
  • Delhi University MBBS [DU MBBS]
  • Centralized Admission Committee [CE NTAC]
  • Bharati Vidyapeeth University Common Entrance Test [BVP CET]
  • Siksha ‘O’ Anusandhan University [SAAT MBBS]
  • Kalinga Institute of medical sciences [KIITEE]

Engineering Entrance Exams

  • AP EAMCET [Andhrapradesh Engineering,Architecture & Medical common entrance test]
  • TS EAMCET [Telangana Engineering, Architecture & Medical common entrance test]
  • Indian Institute of technology – Joint entrance examination [IIT-JEE]
  • All India engineering entrance examination [AIEEE]
  • Karnataka common entrance test [KCET]
  • Birla Institute of technology scholastic aptitude test [BIT-SAT]
  • Manipal university undergraduate entrance test
  • Consortium medical, engineering & dental colleges of Karnataka [COMEDK]
  • Vellore Institute of technology engineering entrance examination [VITEEE]

LAW Entrance Exams

  • CLAT [Common LAW Admission Test]
  • AILET [All India LAW Entrance Test]
  • AIBE [All India Bar Examination]
  • LSAT [Law School Admission Council]
  • SAAT [Shiksha O Anusandhaan Admission Test]
  • DU LLB & LLM Entrance [Delhi University]
  • IPU CET [Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University]
  • AMU CET [Aligarh Muslim University]
  • CUSAT [Cochin University of Science and Technology Common Admission Test]
  • KIITEE [Kalinga Institute of Industrial Technology Entrance Exam]
  • Symbiosis Entrance Test
  • BVP CET [Bharati Vidyapeeth Common Entrance Test]
  • LPU NEST [Lovely Professional University National ENtrance & Scholarship Test]
  • BHU LLB [ Banaras Hindu University]
  • MHCET LAW [Maharashtra Common Entrance Test]
  • AP EAMCET [Andhrapradesh Engineering,Architecture & Medical common entrance test]
  • TS EAMCET [Telangana Engineering, Architecture & Medical common entrance test]

MBA Entrance Exams

  • CAT [Common Entrance Test]
  • MAT [Management Aptitude Test]
  • XAT [Xavier Aptitude Test]
  • CMAT [Common Management Admission Test]
  • GMAT [Graduate Management Admission Test]
  • SNAP [Symbiosis National Aptitude Test]
  • CUSAT [Cochin University of Science & Technology]

Agriculture Entrance Exams

  • Indian Council of Agriculture Research All India Entrance Examination for Admission [ICAR AIEEA]
  • Bihar Combined Entrance Competitive Examination Board [BCECEB]
  • Jharkhand Combined Entrance Competitive Examination Board [JCECEB]
  • Karnataka common entrance test [KCET]
  • Kerala Engineering Agriculture Medical Degree [KEAM]
  • Vyapam pre-Agriculture Test [MP PAT]
  • Odisha University of Agriculture & Technology [OUAT]
  • AP EAMCET [Andhrapradesh Engineering,Architecture & Medical common entrance test]
  • TS EAMCET [Telangana Engineering, Architecture & Medical common entrance test]
  • Lovely Professional University National entrance and scholarship test [LPU NEST]
  • BVP CET [Bharati Vidyapeeth Common Entrance Test]
  • SAAT [Shiksha O Anusandhaan Admission Test]
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Welcome to the series of blog posts which explain you how to plan and start a blog, This is the first post in this series.This post will explain you how to plan a blog and how to start a blog, Thousands of new blogs created each day and out of all these blogs if you want to be successful then its important to plan your blog first than just create it. So we will start with how to plan your blog and next we will show you how to create blogs on different platforms and other details.



  • Introduction
  • Identify your needs
  • Find a niche
  • Research on target audience
  • List Categories & Tags
  • Select a cache domain name
  • How to start a WordPress blog
  • How to start a Blogger blog
  • How to start a Tumblr blog
  • Add blog to Google Webmaster Tools & Google Analytics
  • Start promoting your content on social media



Blogging is very common now a days, How to start a blog is a widely searched keyword on Google, you can see millions of search results. In this guide i will explain you in detail about how to plan about blogging and then how to start a blog. For every minute [] 571 new websites created and nearly 400 new posts published on WordPress imagine getting attention for your blog among these huge numbers.

So many new blogs starting each day, some bloggers get succeed attracting thousands of viewers and some bloggers fail to get few visitors a day. It is because the bloggers are not planning before they begin blogging.


[read common blogging mistakes]


I advise you to plan before starting a blog.i am listing some ideas to help you with planning your blog in part 1 and in part 2 you can read about starting a wordpress blog.


Identify your needs


Any one asks me how to start a blog, my first question to them is “What are your blogging needs?” , let me put it in a straightforward question “Why you want to start a blog?”
  • is it because you want to brand your business?
  • You want to write about your hobby?
  • You want to offer a service or want to sell any product?
  • You want to earn money by promoting affiliate products?


Once you have answered why you want to start a blog, you can now plan better by answering one more question.


“Who will write content for your blog?”


Who will write content for your blog? Is it you or you going to hire a content writer or you are planning to hire a freelance content writer? Just starting a blog by choosing some topics and getting excited about starting blog will not make your blog success, what makes your blog success is your content, quality content and content marketing are like magnets for getting huge traffic to your blog.


If you want to make your blog popular, you need to treat blogging like a job. And you should maintain a schedule for planning , writing , posting and marketing your blog posts.
If you want to write content for your blog, you need to have knowledge on keyword research and Search Engine Optimization, if you don’t know them then learn them or if you want to hire a content writer for full time / freelancing make sure they know about keyword research and SEO basics.




[ you can do anything, but not everything!]


If you are planning to start affiliate blogging, you can blog about hosting reviews or software suggestions or product reviews. I have seen many people trying to blog about as much topics as possible, they just want to increase their categories with different topics, They do this by thinking covering as many topics as possible will increase their blog viewership but in reality it’s not true except you are running a magazine or news blog or either you are running a multi author blog.


For example, if you are blogging about hosting reviews,product reviews and software reviews , how many posts can you write in a week? Remember you need to do research and write the post and then share it on social media. If you write one high quality post a week, if you have reviewed a hosting provider this week ,then the visitors who are interested in other reviews should wait for one more week , and again the visitors who are interested in hosting reviews should wait two more weeks for another hosting review from you.


My advice is to find a niche [topic] that you are expert in or interested in, in the beginning days of your blogging you may not get many visitors , it is easy to get discouraged if you are working hard to write content for different topics and if you are not familiar with some topics then you are researching and learning and writing posts then also you are not getting enough visitors , i have seen bloggers who gradually lost interest on their blogs and their blogs will disappear in short time.




  1. Either you can choose to blog about health care which covers many topics like skin care, hair care etc,  or you can choose niche blogging for hair care , or even you can go for micro niche dandruff care.

    Advantage of choosing a specific niche is you can attract and gain confidence of your readers, they will believe you expert in that field because you are researching a lot and writing quality content about them.they will trust the products and services you suggest.


But Hey! If you can manage multiple authors or you have confidence on you that you can write quality posts about any topic, then go for multi topic blog.


[Research On Target Audience]


[List categories]


When i advice my clients to list the categories , some of them take the advice very casually they don’t even get convince with the advantages of listing the categories and fixing the niche , because they don’t have any idea on what exactly they are about to blog.


Don’t do the same mistake, if you have not decided your niche yet then decide your niche first , then continue with researching your audience. By now you will be having a clear idea about what to include in your blog and what not to include and then start listing out the categories for your blog.


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Careers after 10th
Railway jobs
Posts: Commercial Clerk, Ticket Examiner (Ticket Collector), Trains Clerk.

Selection Process: Electronics and communication written test conducted in two stages by the Medical Test.

Age limit: should be between 18 and 30 years.

Wage range: Rs 5,200 – 20,200 + grade pay Rs.2000

Posts: Accounts Clerk to Typing, Junior Clerk to Typing.

Selection Process: Written examination, by typing test.

Age Depth: 18 to 30 years.

Wage range: Rs 5,200 – Rs 20,200

Post: RPF Constable

Selection Process: Physical Test, Written Exams

Age limit: 18 to 30 years

Wage range: Rs 5,200 to Rs 20,200


Defense Jobs Indian Air Force
Post: Airmen Group – YY Musician Trade

Eligibility: 45 percent marks for the candidate.

Age: 16 years from the age of 19 years.

Selection Process: Through written test physical exams, the corresponding musical instrument must be mastered.

Wage range: Rs 5,200 – 20,200 + grade pay Rs.2000


Indian Nevipop
Metric Recruit – Steward / Cooks; Myudisiyanlu.

Age limit: 7 to 21 years, prescribed standardized standards are mandatory.


Indian Army Post
Soldier General Duty

Eligibility: At least 45% marks should be achieved by the candidate.

Age limit: 17 to 21 years.

Selection procedure: Written examination through medical health examinations.


Post: Bus conductor.

Selection Process: With Classes Marks.

Post: Bus driver.

Other Qualifications: A compulsory experience along with a heavy motor vehicle permanent driving license is mandatory

Central Industrial Security Force – CISF Post
Constable (General Duty).

Age limit: 18-23 years.

Wage range: Rs. 5,200 – 20,200 + grade pay Rs. 2,000

Selection procedure: Various bodybuilding test examination through health exams. Website:

Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) post
Constable (General Duty).

Age limit: 18 – 23 years.

Wage range: Rs 5,200 – 20,200 + grade pay Rs.2,000

Selection procedure: bodybuilding tests, through written test health exams


Border Security Force (BSF)
Constable (General Duty).

Age limit: 18 – 23 years.

Wage range: Rs 5,200 – 20,200 + grade pay Rs.2,000

Selection procedure: bodybuilding tests, through written test health exams


Indo Tibetan Border Police Force (ITBPF)
Constable (General Duty).

Age limit: 18 – 23 years.

Wage range: Rs 5,200 – 20,200 + grade pay Rs.2,000

Selection Process: Bodybuilding Tests, through written test health exams

Post: Constable (Line Men)

Age limit: 18 – 23 years

Wage range: Rs 5,200 – 20,200 + grade pay Rs.2,000

Selection Process: Bodybuilding Exams and Written Examination Health Exams can be found in all the above Independent Border Police Force Jobs at

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Aeronautical Engineering
Aerospace Engineering
Agricultural Engineering
Agricultural and Food Engineering
Agricultural and Irrigation Engineering
Aircraft Manufacturing and Maintenance Engineering
Animation and Design
Applied Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering
Architecture Engineering
Automation and Robotics
Automobile Engineering
Automotive Engineering
Bio Engineering
Bio-Medical and Instrumentation Engineering
Biochemical Engineering
Biological Sciences and Bioengineering
Biomedical Engineering
Biotechnology Engineering
Biotechnology and Biochemical Engineering
Building and Construction Engineering
Carpet and Textile Technology
Ceramic Engineering
Ceramics and Cement Engineering
Chemical Ceramic Technology
Chemical Engineering
Chemical and Polymer Engineering
Civil Engineering
Civil Environmental Engineering
Civil and Structural Engineering
Computer Science Engineering
Construction Technology
Construction Technology and Management
Dairy Technology
Disaster management
Electrical Engineering
Electrical and Communications Engineering
Electrical and Electronics Engineering
Electrical and Instrumentation Engineering
Electronics Control Systems Engineering
Electronics Engineering
Electronics Engineering- Design and Manufacturing
Electronics Product Design Technology
Electronics and Biomedical Engineering
Electronics and Communication Engineering
Electronics and Computer Engineering
Electronics and Electrical Communication
Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering
Electronics and Media Technology
Electronics and Power Engineering
Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering
Energy Management
Engineering Chemistry
Engineering Physics
Environmental Engineering
Fashion Technology
Fashion and Apparel Engineering
Food Processing and Technology
Food Technology
Food and Biochemical Engineering
Genetic Engineering
Geo informatics
Geosciences and Remote Sensing
Geotechnical Engineering
Industrial Biotechnology
Industrial Design

Industrial Engineering
Industrial and Production Engineering
Information Science Engineering
Information Technology
Information and Communication Technology
Instrumentation Engineering
Instrumentation Technology
Instrumentation and Control Engineering
Jute and Fiber Technology
Leather Technology
Man Made Fiber Technology
Manufacturing Engineering
Manufacturing Process and Automation Engineering
Marine Engineering
Materials Science and Technology
Mathematics and Computing Engineering
Mechanical Automobile
Mechanical Engineering
Mechanical Engineering- Design and Manufacturing
Mechanical Production Engineering
Mechanical and Automation Engineering
Mechanical and Industrial Engineering
Mechatronics Engineering
Medical Electronics
Metallurgical Engineering
Metallurgical and Materials Engineering
Micro-Biology and Immunology Engineering
Mineral Engineering
Mining Engineering
Mining Machinery Engineering
Nano Technology Engineering
Nano Technology and Robotics
Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering
Naval Architecture and OceanEngineering
Nuclear Engineering
Oil and Paint Technology
Paint Technology
Petrochemical Engineering
Petroleum Engineering
Pharmaceutical Technology
Plastic Engineering
Polymer Technology
Power Electronics
Power Engineering
Precision Manufacturing
Printing Graphics and Packaging
Printing Technology
Printing and Packaging Technology
Production Engineering
Production Engineering and Management
Pulp and Paper Technology
Rubber Technology
Safety and Fire Engineering
Silk Technology
Software Engineering
Sugar Technology
Systems Science Engineering
Textile Chemistry
Textile Engineering
Textile Production
Textile Technology
Thermal Engineering
Tool Engineering
Transportation Engineering
Water Management

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The above image is screen shot of official announcement made by WhatsApp regarding their new deal with Google Drive , in result of which your WhatsApp backups on Google drive space will not be counted, Starting from November 12, 2018.Yes you can save your WhatsApp backups for free on Google Drive without thinking of space limits.

However , Accounts which are not active for about one year, Their backups will be deleted from Google Drive automatically.

How to setup Google Drive backup?

1. Install / update latest WhatsApp on your phone.
2. Go to settings => chats => chat backup and setup Google Drive backup.
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How to focus on study is one of the common questions students / parents ask me, Some even asks how to focus 100% on studying? Most of the cases i advice them the following points.

Why focus 100% on studying? studies are part of your life, Not your life. What ever other suggests you, its you who need to figure out what works for you.

So , sit down and grab a pen and a paper and write down what are your thoughts while you are studying and are you able to concentrate on studies or day dreaming about any other things.

Write down the difference between studying your interesting subjects / topics VS Not interested subjects / Topics. If you have noted that while studying your interesting subjects / topics you are unable to focus then its may be because you lack focusing and you need to think how to improve your focus , In this case you can concentrate on writing down / chanting your goals and how important it is to study the syllabus and get good marks , And try other methods which are suggested by others.

If you are able to concentrate while studying interesting subjects / topics and unable to focus on other subjects/topics then it may be because of you have not understood those subjects or something else. In this case consult your teacher or some once who has enough knowledge to explain you the subjects / topics easily so that you can understand them.

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