The article aims to give a full-proof plan and a resource catalogue to students having an ambition for a job in coding and software development domain. It discusses the important topics and their resources of the placement process in general, followed by a timeline for preparation.
The article aims to give a direction and overview to students having an ambition for a job in coding and software development domain. It discusses the important aspects of the placement process in general, the written test, and the interview.
This is part one of a two-article series. While this part focuses on the 'Master-Gyan' for the process, the second part discusses the ‘Master-Plan’ — resources and timeline — in a lucid manner. The second part can be viewed here. (GO)
He was on a spree. College was a hell of a ride for him, a roller-coaster in its true sense. He made die-hard friends, roamed around and partied with them, and his friendships wrote new chapters in The Book of Mischief. He was a free bird that knew no limits. YOLO (You Only Live Once) had become the anthem of his life in these four years.
The above paragraph is not just the back-story of Sid from the movie ‘Wake Up Sid!’, but also the story of the Sid that resides somewhere in each one of us. …
She reached the fourth standard corridors five minutes early that day. She packed a smile on her face that was reminiscent of the glee after taking a good class — a class in which every student participates. Our seniors must have been less of a pain that day for our dear art teacher.
The bell rang three times, marking the start of the ‘art’ period. She entered the class, picked up the chalk, and started drawing something, that appeared to be a side-view of an animal face to us.
First came the eye, then the nose, followed by the mouth…
Writing the conundrum down.