Friday, 30 December 2011

Job Search On Face Book

Job Search On Face Book 
Create a  profile- 
 Setting up a public, professionally grounded, yet suitably personal, Facebook profile will tell potential employers a lot about you. 
What company or industry organization pages do you ‘Like’? Does the passion you have for your career continue beyond your 9 to 5 ?
 How well versed are you in social media in general?
 Answering these questions with a well designed Facebook profile will undoubtedly raise the value of your personal brand in the eyes of a hiring manager.

Keep that profile professional- 
Use as your primary photo a high quality high resolution image which represents you as you need to be seen for the job you desire. Facebook is, first and foremost, a visual platform and that’s how your audience forms its impression. Certainly, additional photos should be available but even these should never have an embarrassing afterlife, circulating for eternity on the internet.
Network with professional interests in mind-
 Using Facebook is just an extension of face to face networking.You can and should let people know that you are looking for a job and what kind. Ask if anyone knows of a job and ask them to keep their eyes open for you.
Extend in-person relationships-
Thank people you meet face to face by interacting with them on Facebook and build a stronger relationship so they will keep you in mind if any opportunities arise.
Target your job search-
Companies you are interested in and engage in conversations on their page, who helps companies find employees on Facebook.Specifically follow the careers Facebook pages for your target companies. Those pages are typically moderated and managed by the companies. Let groups know what type of position you are looking for by posting on the wall and asking for leads or introductions.

Wednesday, 21 December 2011

Merchant Navy

Careers in Merchant Navy
The Merchant Navy is a non-combatant commercial fleet, which deals with transporting cargo and occasionally, passengers, by sea. Its fleet is therefore composed of passenger vessels, cargo liners, tankers, carriers, as well as other special types of vehicles. A career in this field is full of adventure and long voyages to exotic places. Above all this, the excellent pay and promising promotional opportunities make the career lucrative and exciting in spite of all the hard work life and long absence from family and home.
The main positions open in the merchant navy are for navigating officers, radio officers and marine engineers. They are usually employed by shipping companies on a contractual basis, which is generally of six to nine months’ duration. Earlier a career in this field was considered purely for men. Women were not generally known to take up jobs in merchant navy but the past few years have seen a positive change with many women taking up jobs as ship doctors and radio officers.

In Merchant Navy, major tasks performed are in three basic areas of a ship. The Deck, the Engine and the Service Department. There are thus, many career options that are available for any youngster who has dreams to join the merchant navy. The deck officers include the captain, chief officer, second officer, third officer and other junior officers. The engine department consists of the chief engineer, radio officer, electrical officer and junior engineers. The service department manages the kitchen, laundry, medical and other services. Jobs are available with shipping companies in India and other countries.

Prominent institutes conducting courses in this field are TS Chanakya, Mumbai and Marine Engineering Research Institute (MERI), in Kolkata and Mumbai.

Educational qualification: The minimum eligibility for courses in Nautical science and Marine engineering is 10+2 or an equivalent examination with physics, chemistry and mathematics. He should also pass a medical fitness test for sea service under standard norms and with eyesight 6/6 with no colour blindness.
Candidates wishing to enter the navigational and engineering fields of Merchant Navy need to complete a Bachelors degree in Nautical Science or Marine engineering, before they can gain admission to the field.

Selection: Candidates are selected for the B.Sc. Nautical Science degree of TS Chanakya, Mumbai; and the four-year Marine Engineering degree course at Marine Engineering Research Institute, in Calcutta and Mumbai, known as DMET, through the Joint Entrance Examination conducted by the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), which assesses the candidate’s knowledge of physics, chemistry and mathematics. The examination is followed by personal interviews/counseling, where the interviewers assess the degree of alertness, and awareness of the external environment, in the candidates and their suitability for a career in the Merchant Navy.

The entry level for a fresh Marine Engineer (ME) is at the rank of fifth engineer or junior engineer and a Nautical Science graduate is as a Deck Cadet. Promotions depend on further examinations conducted by the Directorate General of Shipping (DGS), the quality of experience and personal merit. On successfully completing these examinations the candidate receives the ‘Certificates of Competency’ needed for promotion to the respective classes. This examination is conducted by the Ministry of Surface Transport, in association with the Directorate General of Shipping (DGS) Mumbai, for determining the promotion prospects for the officers.

Direct entry to Merchant Navy is also possible - students who have completed their 12th with PCM (Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics) are eligible to join as Deck Cadets and a student holding a bachelor’s degree in Mechanical/ Electrical/ Technology Engineering could also join the Merchant navy as a Engine Cadet/ Fifth Engineer/ Junior Engineer. Direct entry Deck Cadets are required to undergo basic pre-sea training arranged by the recruiting company itself and the direct entry Engineering cadets are preferred to do a Pre-sea course of 9 months duration in Marine Engineering conducted by the MERI.

Personal attributes: A career in the merchant navy requires people with strong inner self and tough physical form, along with a sporting, adaptive and adjustable attitude. Willing to take on responsibility, love for adventure and challenges; have the urge to strive for higher positions; be able to work as well as study for examinations in between. Candidates need to be intelligent, intuitive, willing to work as a team, flexible, patient; have a liking for solitude, willing to live apart from loves ones for long stretches of time. Those opting for a career should not be sea sick.

Engineers need to be resourceful and practical; skilled at Maths and Physics; have in-depth knowledge about the workings of the different machines. Manual dexterity is a must; one should be willing to learn new ways and work with modern technology; and able to work in the deck department as well if need arises.

Job Prospects and Career Options
Job Prospects
Merchant Navy is the backbone of international trade, carrying cargo across the globe. Without the merchant navy, much of the import-export business would grind to a halt. Therefore trained personnel is required for various departments of the ship and this widens the scope for employment in this field.

They are offered jobs in the following major areas :

·         By various shipping companies in the government and private sector.
·         Foreign shipping companies also offer good job prospects.
Career options

Deck Department

The Deck Officers: Deck officer or navigation officer as the name suggests is in charge of the navigation of the ship. That particular department is called Deck department. The captain or the master of the ship is in charge of the ship. He is not only responsible for the safe navigation of the vessel but also for the discipline on the ship and safety of passengers, crew and the cargo. He must ensure the observance of national and international codes of conduct guiding sea transportation. The captain of the ship is further assisted by first mate, second mate and third mates. The First Mate / Chief officer is the right-hand man to the Captain; the second in-command. He overseers all the cargo planning, assists during navigation, allocates duties and work for the maintenance and upkeep of the ship to the Deck Cadets and deck crew, ensures that discipline and order are maintained. The Second Mate / Second officer,assistant to the First Mate is in-charge of checking all mails and keeping the navigational equipment and charts in good condition and also assists in navigational watches at sea and cargo watches at port. The Third Mate / Third officer is responsible for keeping safety equipments -the lifeboats, firefighting and signaling equipment in top condition; acts in the capacity of signal officer and assists with cargo work.

The deck department also has other staff with specific duties called ‘ratings’. They act as look outs and helmsmen, assist with the securing of the ship as it docks at ports and help clean tanks and holds before the cargo is placed in them.

Engine Department

Marine Engineers: Marine Engineers have the complete responsibility of the ship’s engine room. The main personnel in this department is the Ship engineer/chief engineer who ensures safe and economic running of all engines, boilers, electrical, refrigerating and sanitary equipment, deck machinery and steam connections aboard the ship. He supervises the work of the engine-room crew and is assisted in his duties by the Second, Third, Fourth and Fifth Engineers and other junior personnel.

Second engineer looks after the day to day work in the engine room. Third engineer is in charge of the main engine, spare parts for the main engine, all purifiers, boilers, compressors etc. Fourth and fifth engineers are in charge of the numerous generators onboard ship as well as certain small pumps.

Besides the officers of the navigation and engineering teams most ships have a Radio Officerand an Electrical officer. The Radio Officer is in charge of the radio room and handles the operation of the wireless and transmitting of signals. Electrical Officer is responsible for the functioning and handling of all electrical equipment onboard the vessel. There is another one named seaconny, who ensures that the ship is on course and that the gangway at port is well-guarded.

Service Department

The work undertaken here revolves around the living and catering services for all the crew on board. A chief steward heads a large team of stewards, bakers, messmen etc. Apart from this, the department also has other services such as the services of Divers for underwater examination of the heel of the ship, propellers, pipes etc. Light Keepers, who operate light house signaling equipment to guide incoming and passing ships, and Nautical surveyors, who prepare charts of particular regions of the seas, with regard to topography and conditions of the sea.

The starting salary varies between Rs 15,000 to Rs 20,000 a month. A person gets a variety of benefits such as free food, accommodation, paid leave, two-way free passage and facilities for families. In other words, the salary can be saved totally while one is on ship. The perquisites include bonus, holiday travel and other annual benefits. Foreign companies pay higher, and a starting salary of $ 1,500 to $ 2,500 can be expected.


Sunday, 18 December 2011

Abraham Lincoln's Letter

Abraham Lincoln's World Famous Letter to his Son's Teacher

He will have to learn, I know,
that all men are not just,
all men are not true.
But teach him also that
for every scoundrel there is a hero;
that for every selfish Politician,
there is a dedicated leader…
Teach him for every enemy there is a friend,

Steer him away from envy,
if you can,
teach him the secret of
quiet laughter.

Let him learn early that
the bullies are the easiest to lick…
Teach him, if you can,
the wonder of books…
But also give him quiet time
to ponder the eternal mystery of birds in the sky,
bees in the sun,
and the flowers on a green hillside.

In the school teach him
it is far honourable to fail
than to cheat…
Teach him to have faith
in his own ideas,
even if everyone tells him
they are wrong…
Teach him to be gentle
with gentle people,
and tough with the tough.

Try to give my son
the strength not to follow the crowd
when everyone is getting on the band wagon…
Teach him to listen to all men…
but teach him also to filter
all he hears on a screen of truth,
and take only the good
that comes through.

Teach him if you can,
how to laugh when he is sad…
Teach him there is no shame in tears,
Teach him to scoff at cynics
and to beware of too much sweetness…
Teach him to sell his brawn
and brain to the highest bidders
but never to put a price-tag
on his heart and soul.

Teach him to close his ears
to a howling mob
and to stand and fight
if he thinks he’s right.
Treat him gently,
but do not cuddle him,
because only the test
of fire makes fine steel.

Let him have the courage
to be impatient…
let him have the patience to be brave.
Teach him always
to have sublime faith in himself,
because then he will have
sublime faith in mankind.

This is a big order,
but see what you can do…
He is such a fine little fellow,
my son.

Thursday, 15 December 2011

Face Book Addiction

Hello Psychologist Career Counseling Centre: Rate Your Face Book Addiction: Have you spend more than 90 minute on face book every day. Do you feel anxious when you not check your face book account in a...

Face Book Addiction

  1. Have you spend more than 90 minute on face book every day.
  2. Do you feel anxious when you not check your face book account in a day.
  3. If any one open his face book account is you have desire to see yours.
  4. What exactly you do on your face book account.
  5. In early morning when you start you internet / mobile net you first check you face book account.
  6. When any friend comment on your photo or your wall have you feel depress / angry in that day. 
  7. Do you have two to three face book account with fake ids.
  8. What you prefera wall writitng / on line chatting
  9. Have you check your spouse face book id often.
  10. Do you have your own face picture on face book or other .
  11. Have you check more than 6 time your face book in a day.
if you have more than 6 point in your daily  routine and feel distress and disability than make your self aware thanks

Rajesh C.Pandey
Child Psychologist

Tuesday, 13 December 2011

Make Right Career

Choose what YOU want 
Do not go and choose a career blindly because your parents think that you should opt for a particular career option. For God sake don’t opt for a career similar to your best friend simply because you don’t want to loose contact with your buddy. The result will be drastic, you will just end up taking a career option even if it is not your cup of tea.
Follow your Talents and Dreams 
Your career should be based on your own talents and dreams. If you make a career based on your talents and dreams then you will be enjoying and living your life fully. So remember to choose a career which is related to your hobbies and interests. There is no point in taking up a career which you can not enjoy at all. The simple way of finding the right career is by making a list of your interests, according to your own abilities and then find out all the career options related to your interests.
Do Practical Research
Once you are clear in your mind about the career options you can choose, it is the right time to do some practical research. Go and talk to people who are already in the profession you have opted for. Ask them about their career and find out information regarding their career in terms of educational qualification required, what they like best about their job, what are the skills required,etc.Talking to the people who are working in the field of your interest, will definitely give a clear picture of your career option. You will get all the details with advantages and disadvantages of your choosen career straight from the horses mouth.

Decide about what lifestyle you want
Be honest to your self from the very beginning and think about what type of life style do your dream in your coming future. Will you be interested in jobs which have day and night shifts? Are you ready to travel on regular basis? Will family responsibilities allow you to work at odd hours? Do you want a desk job? Do you want direct cliental oriented profession? You need to ask yourself number of questions before you opt for a career. Look for all the positive and negative aspects of your career option and then decide accordingly which one will suit you the best keeping in mind your future and family responsibilities
Expand your knowledge 
On regular basis try to read books on different professions as it will help you to get the details of the various career options. And the more you know about the career path you want to walk into, the better it would be in making a right career choice. Reading will help you tremendously to understand the job profile of your career option and you will be able to pick up the right career easily. Do online research, participate in career tests online to find out your abilities and interests. Internet research alone will give you immense information on your career path
Check with the career Counselor 
Make an appointment with the career counselor who will be able to guide you in the right direction. You will get the right resources and information plus an opportunity to explore your interests and abilities by taking some career tests.

Thursday, 8 December 2011

improve memory

Visual image
Associate a visual image with a word or name to help you remember them better. Positive, pleasant images that are vivid, colorful, and three-dimensional will be easier to remember.
To remember the name Rosa Parks and what she’s known for, picture a woman sitting on a park bench surrounded by roses, waiting as her bus pulls up.
Acrostic (or sentence)
Make up a sentence in which the first letter of each word is part of or represents the initial of what you want to remember.
The sentence “Every good boy does fine” to memorize the lines of the treble clef, representing the notes E, G, B, D, and F.
An acronym is a word that is made up by taking the first letters of all the key words or ideas you need to remember and creating a new word out of them.
The word “HOMES” to remember the names of the Great Lakes: Huron, Ontario, Michigan, Erie, and Superior.
Rhymes and alliteration
Rhymes, alliteration (a repeating sound or syllable), and even jokes are a memorable way to remember more mundane facts and figures.
The rhyme “Thirty days hath September, April, June, and November” to remember the months of the year with only 30 days in them.
Chunking breaks a long list of numbers or other types of information into smaller, more manageable chunks.
Remembering a 10-digit phone number by breaking it down into three sets of numbers: 555-867-5309 (as opposed to5558675309).
Method of loci
Imagine placing the items you want to remember along a route you know well or in specific locations in a familiar room or building.
For a shopping list, imagine bananas in the entryway to your home, a puddle of milk in the middle of the sofa, eggs going up the stairs, and bread on your bed.

Tuesday, 6 December 2011

Rate Your Depression

Hello Psychologist Career Counseling Centre: Rate Your Depression: feel irritation in every work feel lack of energy feel anger often sleep disturbed low apatite   have low interest in personal rela...

Rate Your Depression

  1. feel irritation in every work
  2. feel lack of energy
  3. feel anger often
  4. sleep disturbed
  5. low apatite 
  6.  have low interest in personal relation
  7. future look dark
  8. feel helpless.  
if any one have three character in behaviour from last 15 days
must be aware you are may be in depression.

Saturday, 29 October 2011

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Sunday, 9 October 2011

Concentration Tips

1. Never tell yourself you cannot concentrate. Telling yourself that you cannot concentrate only makes it more difficult. By doing so, you program your mind to lack concentration and attention.
2. Whenever you need to focus your mind, tell yourself over and over again that you can concentrate. Tell yourself that you can develop this ability.
3. Remember that in order to improve your concentration you need to train it, like any other skill. If now you cannot fix your mind on one subject for more than a few seconds, in time, if you persevere, you will be able to fix the mind on anything for a longer time.
4. Make deals with your mind. If there is something that is distracting your attention, such as emotional problems or unresolved business problems, tell your mind that all these problems can wait for a little while, and that you will attend to them after you finish what you are doing. If this does not help you, then write down on a piece of paper what problems you have to think about or solve. This will, to some extent, temporarily remove the problems from your mind.
5. Do one thing at a time. Jumping from one thing to another will only teach your mind to be inattentive and lose attention quickly, besides that this kind of mental restlessness can be tiring in the long run.

Friday, 7 October 2011

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Wednesday, 5 October 2011

Memory improving

  • Stay Sharp with Brain Games. Keeping your memory sharp can be fun. There are over 75 free brain games on this site you can play anytime you want. These games help improve memory, attention, concentration, and more. Believe it or not, I've even added a free version of Dual N-Back, the only brain game proven to raise IQ!
  • Maybe It's a Sleep Problem... It's amazing how poor sleep can hurt your memory. If you have trouble sleeping at night or simply are not getting enough hours of sleep, it could be causing your memory problems. Check out the Sleep and Memory page for great tips on getting more sleep and better sleep.
  • Fish Oil - The New Memory Fix. Do you or someone you know have problems concentrating? An Omega-3 deficiency sometimes causes this problem, because modern diets often don't provide enough of this nutrient. In one study in Britain, school children with poor concentration and memory who received Fish Oil vitamins showed a big improvement in behavior and school performance. Read more about the many benefits of fish oil supplements.
  • Grow New Brain Cells. Amazingly, it is possible to grow new brain cells (neurons) in the memory center of your brain. According to research, intense aerobic exercise (such as running, biking, etc.) stimulates the growth of cells in the brain's hippocampus.

Sunday, 2 October 2011


There is no magic formula for attaining instant career happiness and success.  Happiness and success in the working world is more of a strategic goal one must progressively work toward.  It’s kind of like building your dream house.  You architecturally map out a plan, research all your options, pour a solid foundation, and begin building from the ground up.  There are, however, plenty of steps you can take to make your venture a bit more proactive.  Here are 40 quick tips that should help push you in the right direction.
  1. Understand that career happiness involves doing what you love.
  2. Understand that career success is excelling at doing what you love.
  3. Invest your emotions into your trade but detach your trade from a specific employer.
  4. A higher salary buys temporary comfort, not prolonged happiness.
  5. Be social and friendly with your boss, but do not attempt to be his or her best friend.
  6. Make at least one good friend at work you can trust.
  7. Follow in the footsteps of a mentor you can learn from.
  8. Be the expert.  Never stop perfecting your trade. 
  9. Always except a challenge, especially if your superiors are watching.
  10. If you are really miserable, do not be afraid to make a drastic career change.  Just make sure you plan for it.
  11. When it comes to your colleagues… Be patient.  Be tolerant.
  12. When it comes to your boss… Be respectful.  Go out of your way to assist him or her any chance you get.
  13. You will make mistakes.  Learn through each of your mistakes and never allow the fear of making one hold you back.
  14. Do not stall on taking the first step in any task.  The first step is always the hardest, and once taken, it sets up the momentum needed to more easily knock out the remaining steps.
  15. Make your own career choices.  There is no good reason to let someone else do this for you.
  16. Work for an employer that provides you with the potential for future personal growth within the company.
  17. Employers can have vastly different corporate culture models.  Have an open mind and learn to embrace the corporate culture.  If you have a solemn distaste for it, you might want to switch employers.
  18. If you are ready for more responsibility, tell your boss you are ready.  Also, always ask for performance feedback on your current responsibilities. 
  19. Never struggle with reinventing the wheel unless you have to.  Most of the time adding your own personal touch on top of the successful ideas already being used by your employer is the best way to go.
  20. Maintain a positive attitude even in moments of stress.  It makes you appear confident and in control.  Your colleagues and superiors will notice this.
  21. Avoid being entrenched in foolish office gossip.
  22. Get outside and take a walk at lunch time.  Also, try to get in a little exercise before or after work.  Exercise strengthens both the body and mind.
  23. We are all born with certain strengths and talents.  Leverage these against your career goals and objectives.
  24. Learn to communicate effectively with your colleagues and always be honest and clear.  “Yes, I can do it.” or “No, I need to complete another task first because…”
  25. Always be cognizant of what people are doing around you.  Be vocally grateful if they assist you and assist them when you can.  Your superiors will perceive you as being a team player. 
  26. Smile on the job every time the opportunity permits. 
  27. Take full advantage of your employers 401K retirement match from day one.
  28. Prioritize your objectives every week and enter them into a calendar or planner.  Try to split your tasks into two categories: “Must Do This Week” and “Will Do When I Can”.
  29. A super high salary is not the key to a successful career, but you should still feel comfortable with what you are paid.
  30. Have your employer direct deposit 5% - 10% of every paycheck straight into your savings account.
  31. Get enough sleep.  You will give up a considerable fraction of your potential ability to successfully do your job if you are exhausted.
  32. Never give up on a task.  Instead, learn to readjust your approach when necessary.  It is okay to take a break if you are overly frustrated.
  33. Start on your most difficult tasks for the week first thing Monday morning.  Once complete, the rest of your week will seem like a breeze.
  34. When you are on deadline for a deliverable unplug your network cable and stay offline.  This should help you avoid time sinks like aimless web browsing, instant messaging, and reading miscellaneous emails.
  35. Only attend meetings if you are on schedule with the tasks that are required of you.  If you are behind, kindly ask your boss if you can skip it.  Just make sure the results you produce are visible.
  36.  Network with other people in your industry.  Attend conferences.  Create a LinkedIn page and maintain it.  Regular professional networking will open the door to future career opportunities.
  37.  Whenever you start a new project at work the first thing you should do is read every piece of written material you can find on whatever you will be responsible for.
  38. If it makes you happy and you can maintain productivity, listen to music while you work.  Most managers won’t complain about it if you continue to deliver quality output.
  39. Try to keep your commute time to a minimum.  One of the most stressful parts of any job is the commute.  If possible, find a job near your home or move near your job.
  40. Set realistic, achievable career goals for yourself.  Work diligently with the end in mind.

Thursday, 15 September 2011

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Wednesday, 14 September 2011

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3. Career Counseling
4. Counseling for Emotional Problems
5. Stress Management
6. Anxiety Management
7. Tension
8. Counseling for Angry Stubborn Children Conduct Problems
9. Counseling Lack of Memory or concentration
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11. Counseling for Performance Anxiety
12. Counseling for Sleep Problems
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14. Counseling for Fear of Crowded Places
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16. Counseling for Teenage Problems
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