Tuesday, August 30, 2011
@ScottHYoung On Thursday I'm running a *free* one-week learning faster bootcamp. If you want to join, sign up here: http://t.co/3w2PWm3
Monday, August 29, 2011
I am not talking of the watery downpour happening outside. I am referring to the current flood of job requirements for aerospace domain in the private and public sector.
There was not a better time to be in aerospace than this.
So go get out and get wet.
Upload your latest skills and achievement in your resume and float it.
The rain isn't there forever, get the most out of it.
If you have seen a requirement, and you doubt if you suit that requirement, do the safest thing, send in your resume and let them decide.
If you aren't sure you qualify, give yourself benefit of doubt and shoot that resume.
I have seen, most of the time, we underestimate our capabilities and don't just send in our resume. That's a mistake.
I am not saying shoot your resumes for all CEO jobs that you see, but if an interesting and worthwhile offer shows up, don't just let it go. Give it a shot.
For tips on crafting a professional resume, follow this link craft your professional resume
Sunday, August 28, 2011
Effort is the only barrier there is. We mistakely use ability as an excuse.
Put in the effort, give your dues. That's the only thing that stands between you and your success. Ability is just crystalization of efforts.
Keep putting the effort. If you aren't seeing the results, look deep at your efforts.
Are you putting effort on the correct activities? Do you need to increase the effort?
So as you begin preparing for gate 2011, for aesi exams and for the job interviews always remember effort is the only barrier.
As always, your comments are always welcome.
Saturday, August 27, 2011
Mr. Rituraj has updated me that there is walk-in Interview in Adinya Technology (http://www.adinya-global.com/ )for
Avionics Engineer with following Jd
· B.E(Avionics) with 0-1 Year of experience
· First Class (60% and above) in all semesters/Sections
· Hands on experience or knowledge of Matlab/Simulink and embedded C programming desirable
Date : 3rd September 2011(sa
Time : 10AM
Venue : Adinya Technology Pvt Ltd
#1, 38 Raheja paramount, 4th Floor
Residency Road, Bangalore-560025
Note: For any clarification you may contact Mr. Rituraj on 9845089523
Thanks and RegardsAnuj Kumar JhaTreasurer, AeSIAA
Friday, August 26, 2011
Junior Research Fellow: Tata Institute Of Fundamental Research
Last Date: September 2, 2011
Junior Research FellowTata Institute Of Fundamental Research
Experience: 0 - 2 Years
Compensation: Rs 16,000/- + 30% HRA.
Education: UG - B.Tech/B.E. - Electronics/TelecomunicationPG - M.Sc - Physics
Industry Type: Defence/ Government
Role: Software Developer
Functional Area: Application Programming, Maintenance
Applications are invited for a position of Junior Research Fellow to work on CZTI payload for ASTROSAT.
They need to carry out the test and evaluation of satellite payloads.
The necessary software also needs to be developed.
They may visit and work at different ISRO Centre in India.
The nature of job also involves design and development of LAB VIEW/IDL/`C’ based testing systems, analyzing data from space borne equipments etc.
Excellent training facilities are available through our collaborators at ISRO.
Candidates in similar posts gained state-of-the-art knowledge which helped them to get attractive avenues for higher studies.
Appointment as Junior Research Fellow is temporary for a period of one year.
Please apply in the following format :
1. Name :
2. Date of birth :
3. Present affiliation and occupation :
4. Address for correspondence :
5. Email id : (IMPORTANT : If selected for interview, further details will be sent to this Email address)
6. Educational qualification :
Degree Year University Subject Marks obtained Remarks
7. Any research experience :
8. Additional qualification(s) or awards :
9. Names and contact details of two referees (with Email, Phone no) :
Please mark on the envelope : Advertisement No. : 21/2011 & Post : Junior Research Fellow.
Keywords: labview idl czti astrosat research
Desired Candidate Profile
M.Sc. (Physics) / B.E. / B.Tech. (Electronics/Telecommunication) with minimum 60% marks.
Age : Below 28 years.
LAST DATE FOR RECEIPT OF APPLICATION IS SEPTEMBER 2, 2011
The Tata Institute of Fundamental Research is an autonomous Institute under the umbrella of the Department of Atomic Energy of the Government of India. We do basic research in physics, chemistry, biology, mathematics and computer science.
We have campuses in Mumbai, Pune and Bangalore and research facilities in various other places in India. We have master's and doctoral programs in our fields of work.
Tata Institute Of Fundamental Research
1, Homi Bhabha Road, Colaba
Maharashtra, India 400005
* This job posting is from Kamei Pouchalung Samson . You can contact the sender at samson(dot)kamei(at)gmail(dot)com
I read a lot and share most of the stuff on Twitter and linkedin. But I don't do it here on this blog, at least that often.
So here's a thing. Every week on Friday, I will share with you something that I have read and found interesting.
I will try to make it interesting and something useful.
The main aim here will be to encourage people to read something interesting and start a conversation.
For today, I want to share with a document from Boeing. It's about quite noise initiatives.
Read the follwiing PDF file and learn about chevrons and various noise produced by an aircraft!!
Hope you all like it. I encourage all of you to comment and share.
Monday, August 22, 2011
You can think about your career all day long, but if you’re not volunteering for hard tasks, taking classes to improve your skill set, or putting your nose to the grindstone on the dull tasks, you’re going to remain one of those middle-of-the-road workers no matter how many great thoughts you have.
Mastery and being remarkable comes from actions. Thoughts won't take you anywhere. So start taking action.
Here are two things you can immediately start...
1. Start a small personal project that uses your knowledge and skill to create something useful for others.
2. Read the help manual of the software you mostly use.
Sunday, August 21, 2011
So finally decided to answer them here. Search the blog for more elaborate answers.
Can we go for masters after AMAeSI
Yes why not. So many have already done it, why not you.
Is AeSI evil?
No. But it depends. As after every exam results, this thought dominated my mind.
Do private firms recruit aesi graduates?
Yes. Aesi graduates have infected every organisation. So rest assured. From private to public, you are welcome everywhere.
What stream to choose for section B?
Any stream that you are comfortable. Every stream has equal chances of giving you a great career money wise. But if you want to be truly happy with your work, choose the stream you are more comfortable and enjoy regardless of the money aspect.
Which skills do I need to get ahead?
Many. But if I have to choose one and only one, then it has to be communication skills. Develop it. Both verbal and written communication skills can take you a long way!!
Saturday, August 20, 2011
afraid if i m to stuck in SecA due to that paper only. so i need ur urgent help regarding which books to follow that adheres to the question pattern so that i can at least pass the exam. its my 3rd year running..and i have no time. "
My first comment to him will be, go to a quite place, have some time and brainstorm what is it that he is getting wrong?
Keep AeSI out of the blame game and think hard on what can be your faults.
Just write out wherever comes to the mind. Don't judge. Keep thinking and pushing yourself for the reason on what is going wrong. Think back to all exams and find the causes.
Once you have number of causes, you will definitely begin seeing a pattern emerging. Now is the judging time. Find the main reasons that you see now.
Is is the lack of your understanding of the subject? Or is it your lack of expressing it in the exams. Or is it a combination of both?
You can fail in the exams only for two reasons, either you lack understanding of the subject or the understanding is not expressed well in the exam papers.
Find the reason and implement steps in your study routine to eliminate it.
Hope this helps. Blog readers, do you have any other ideas, feel free to share them here.
Four senior members of AeSIAA are there for industry talks. They are planning to deliver talks with the aim of connecting the AeSI syllabus to the industry needs.
The major benefit a student can get out this is you will see the big picture. Know where your studies will ultimately connect you to the industry. And this gives you an opportunity to quiz the people who are already in the industry.
So head for GIE today and utilize this opportunity!!
Wednesday, August 17, 2011
This a direct reprint of advice Seth Godin's blog.
Do this and no one can stop you from being a star!!
Make big promises.
Burn your boats.
Set yourself up in a place where you have few options and the stakes are high.
Focused energy and serious intent will push you to do your best work. You have nowhere to run, nowhere to hide. (Better than the alternative).
A free online course at Stanford University on artificial intelligence, to be taught this fall by two leading experts from Silicon Valley, has attracted more than 58,000 students around the globe -- a class nearly four times the size of Stanford's entire student body.
Thursday, August 11, 2011
Please read this news
New Delhi: The examinees have a right to inspect answer-sheets under
the transparency law, the Supreme Court on Tuesday ruled. The
evaluated answer-sheets are covered under the definition of the
"information" under the Right to Information Act, a bench comprising
Justices RV Raveendran and AK Patnaik said.
It upheld the judgement of the Calcutta High Court which had said
"rejection for inspection of answer-sheets cannot be sustained".
The apex court dismissed the appeals of Central Board of Secondary
Education CBSE), West Bengal Board of Secondary Education, West Bengal
Council for Higher Education, University of Calcutta, Institute of
Chartered Accountants of India and West Bengal Central School Service
Commission which had challenged the February 5, 2009 judgement.
The apex court agreed with the findings of the High Court that the
examination conducting bodies do not retain the evaluated answer-
sheets under any "fiduciary capacity".
Thanks Arvind for sharing the news!!
What are your views on this? Is it a good news? Can it be implimented
Tuesday, August 09, 2011
After blasting aesi for the result, I usually turned to my own short coming.
And to my surprise I always found that there were some things that I would have done better. I was never able to outrightly blame aesi for my failure. A shadow of doubt always remained that I had lacked somewhere. I missed something.
But the act of thinking back and trying to ascertain the reason of my failure surely helped me see the cracks in my own study system. I learnt from them and finally I did pass those subjects.
So all I can suggest you guys and gals is once the amaesi aesi results are in. Take stock on what you did right and what went wrong? Why you failed? What you did in your passing subject and what you didn't in the failed subject?
An hour of this can go a long way in improving your studies.
Share your views. They are always welcome.
Monday, August 08, 2011
Same is true for acquiring mastery in a skill or subject. You don't acquire knowledge or skills in one go. It takes time.
Acknowledge this fact and keep working on that skill and subject. You will surely master it!!
The real thing is stick with the practice! Sachin didn't became great just with one match, he baked his skills 10+ long years before he finally made his debut for India!
Give yourself some time and stick to it, you are destined to be a star!!
Wednesday, August 03, 2011
were non existent on myaesi.
I had an accident and there were other things on my mind.
I am hoping to pick things up now and hopefully get the blog up to
speed this month.
Thanks for your patience.
By the way if you are holidaying after the exams, or passing time in
office, may I suggest that you all start one small project.
The project can be anything. Only critera is that this project should
not be more than two weeks long and it should produce something that
you can share with everyone.
I'll begin something from my end. August 15th is the deadline.
So what do you say? Game on.