Education

8Key for success full interview

8 KEY POINTS FOR A SUCCESSFUL INTERVIEW.

1. SMILE :- This is the essential prerequisite to any communication in the professional world as in everyday life.

2. BE SHORT :- All recruiters will ask you to summarize your profile and experiences. Present your point briefly and in relation to the proposed

position.

3. START FROM THE

BEGINNING :- Speak about your initial education, it is a small but important point. Then talk about your experience from past to present.

4. EXPLAIN YOUR CHOICES :-

Why you chose your university education, your

first job. For each change, explain “why you left” and “why you chose your new employer”.

5. SPEAK OPENLY :- About what you have gained from each experience, project, … both personally and professionally.

6. BE SPECIFIC :- About what motivates you. The situations, products, environments, personalities, etc. And explain why.

7. UNDERSTAND :- About the position that is to be filled. Ask the key questions in the first interview. Ask the more

detailed questions in the following interviews.

8. BE NATURAL AND SINCERE :- And Smile again, this is the end of the interview..!

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Knowledge

Most important abbrevation you must know

 

Most Important Abbreviations

* VIRUS – Vital Information Resource

UnderSeized.

* 3G -3rd Generation.

* GSM – Global System for Mobile

Communication. * CDMA – Code Divison Multiple

Access.

* UMTS – Universal MobileTelecommunication

System.

* SIM – Subscriber Identity Module .

* AVI = Audio Video Interleave

* RTS = Real Time Streaming * SIS = Symbian

OS Installer File

* AMR = Adaptive Multi-Rate Codec

* JAD = Java Application Descriptor

* JAR = Java Archive

* JAD = Java Application Descriptor

* 3GPP = 3rd Generation Partnership Project *

3GP = 3rd Generation Project

* MP3 = MPEG player lll

* MP4 = MPEG-4 video file

* AAC = Advanced Audio Coding

* GIF= Graphic InterchangeableFormat

* JPEG = Joint Photographic Expert Group * BMP

= Bitmap

* SWF = Shock Wave Flash

* WMV = Windows Media Video

* WMA = Windows Media Audio

* WAV = Waveform Audio

* PNG = Portable Network Graphics * DOC =

Document (MicrosoftCorporation)

* PDF = Portable Document Format

* M3G = Mobile 3D Graphics

* M4A = MPEG-4 Audio File

* NTH = Nokia Theme (series 40)

* THM = Themes (Sony Ericsson) * MMF =

Synthetic Music Mobile Application File

* NRT = Nokia Ringtone

* XMF = Extensible Music File

* WBMP = Wireless Bitmap Image

* DVX = DivX Video

* HTML = Hyper Text Markup Language * WML =

Wireless Markup Language

* CD -Compact Disk.

* DVD – Digital Versatile Disk.

* CRT – Cathode Ray Tube.

* DAT – Digital Audio Tape.

* DOS – Disk Operating System. * GUI -Graphical

User Interface.

* HTTP – Hyper Text Transfer Protocol.

* IP – Internet Protocol.

* ISP – Internet Service Provider.

* TCP – Transmission Control Protocol.

* UPS – UninterruptiblePower Supply. * HSDPA –

High Speed Downlink PacketAccess.

* EDGE – Enhanced Data Rate for GSM

[GlobalSystem for Mobile Communication]

Evolution.

* VHF – Very High Frequency.

* UHF – Ultra High Frequency. * GPRS – General

PacketRadio Service.

* WAP – Wireless ApplicationProtocol.

* TCP – Transmission ControlProtocol.

* ARPANET – Advanced Research Project

Agency Network.

* IBM – International Business Machines. * HP –

Hewlett Packard.

* AM/FM – Amplitude/ Frequency Modulation.

* WLAN – Wireless Local Area Network.

 

Love stories

10 Thing you need to know about break up

10 Things Everyone Needs To Know About Breakups.

1. It’s alright to break up even if nothing bad happened.

A lot of times we wait until something terrible happens to break up with someone. I recently broke up with a boyfriend, and for the first time, it was before someone cheated, before someone did something unrepairable. At first it was hard because I had no solid reason to feel anger and resentment, which I really could have used to get over him, but in the end we were able to both move.

2. Unfollow them.

You don’t need to see what he’s doing and who he’s seeing. As soon as you break up, unfriend him from Facebook, unfollow him from Instagram, remove him from Twitter and say goodbye to whatever the fuck else he’s on.

3. Sweat out your emotions.

There were a lot of nights I spent feeling sad or anxious after my break up. Until I joined a gym. Once I started pouring my pent up emotions onto the treadmill I started feeling empowered and in control of my emotions. Of course there are those emotions that just sneak up on you but whenever they do grab your sneakers or yoga mat and sweat that shit out. You will always feel better after. Plus, there’s the added bonus of getting in shape at the same time, which is a confidence booster and gets you ready for your rebound stage.

4. Don’t get wasted.

At least for the first month or so. When you get drunk, you’re going to think it’s a great idea to call your ex-boyfriend. That can only end in tears. It’s fine to have a couple drinks to take the edge off, but if for some reason you absolutely need to get drunk make sure you have your friends around to supervise your phone.

5. Feel your feelings.

Breaking up sucks – you miss him. You feel sad, angry, lonely, depressed and all that shitty stuff. But don’t try to keep yourself from feeling your feelings. Feel sad, eat chocolate, talk to your friends and your mom. CRY. CRY. CRY!!! Once the sadness is over, the day will come when you will wake up and your head will feel clear and that weird feeling in your stomach will be gone. If you allow the feelings to pass naturally, you’ll be ready to move on and you won’t bring fucked up baggage to your next relationship. HOWEVER! Make sure to treat all of the people around you with kindness. Just because you’re feeling like shit doesn’t mean they have to be treated like it.

6. Hang with your guy friends.

I think it’s something about guys’ testosterone or maybe just getting attention from a man that makes you forget about your ex when you’re with them. Also, they have other guy friends who they can hook you up with. However, if they start putting the moves on you it’s time to get a cab home. (Unless you’re into it.)

7. Help friends/family with a project you’ve been putting off.

My parents had been asking me to help them clean out the garage. After my break up I took a whole weekend and finally did it. Going to the dump and throwing garbage into a sea of trash can be really liberating.

8. Join some sort of online dating/Tinder/Coffee Meets Bagel/OKCupid app/site

Even if you’re not ready to move on, it’s helpful just to see that there are other guys out there. At first, a lot of them will gross you out and maybe just the idea of being with someone else will gross you out. You might delete it once before you’re serious about looking, but reinstall and eventually a cute boy will talking to you and you’re going to love it!

9. Don’t over analyze

There’s going to be plenty of things you can over analyze when you’re going through a break up. Texts and (he-said-this-to-that-person-kind of bullshit.) Rise above all of it and move forward with a positive clear mind knowing that all of that DOESN’T MATTER. It just doesn’t. It’s over, that’s all there is to it.

10. There’s only one way through a break up. FORWARD.

Don’t look back. You made the decision for a reason. Or if you’ve been reading this whole list thinking “I was the one broken up with,” know that you’re better off without someone who doesn’t want to be with you. Either way, you’re free now. Be confident in the direction that your life is moving and be good to those around you. Take care of yourself.

 

Knowledge

10 People who changed the world

10 people who changed the world …..

1. Bill Gates :

Bill Gates created his first computer program while still at high school, co-founded Microsoft in 1977, and by 1993 was the richest man on Earth. In 2000 Gates and his wife formed the Bill & Melinda Gates foundation, which is the largest charity in the world. One of its aim is to exempt the Third World of polio and other deadly diseases.

2. Martin Luther King :

Martin Luther King was a Baptist minister who campaigned against the segregation of blacks in the Southern states of the United States. He was influenced by Gandhi and believed in peaceful protest. He won the Nobel Peace Prize in 1964. King was assassinated in 1968, but will always be remembered for his dignified, passive resistance to an unjust society.

3. Nelson Mandela :

Nelson Mandela dedicated his life to the fight against apartheid – a policy which kept black and white South Africans apart and denied black citizens the vote. He was imprisoned in 1964 for his aggressive opposition to South Africa’s racist government and was held for 26 years. In 1990, after his release, Mandela was elected President of the African National Congress. In 1993 he won the Nobel Peace Prize for his work to end apartheid

4. Adolf Hitler :

Adolf Hitler was Germany’s leader from 1933 – 1945, during time which he led the world into the most devastating war in history. Hitler’s hatred of Jewish people and his desire for a blue-eyed, blond-haired master race led to the murder of six million people during World War II; most died in concentration camp in Eastern Europe.

5. Albert Einstein :

Albert Einstein was one of the greatest of all physicists and his name has become a symbol of genius. When his most famous work, the General Theory Of Relativity was proven in 1919, Einstein became the most celebrated scientist in the world and he won the Nobel Prize for Physics in 192 1. Einstein was a firm believer in pacifism but his scientific theories helped his adopted country, the USA, to develop the atomic bomb. A week before he died Einstein wrote to Bertrand Russell, a British Philosopher and leading antinuclear campaigner, asking to put his name to a manifesto urging all countries to give up their nuclear weapons.

6. Mahatma Gandhi :

Gandhi began his career as a lawyer but became a great political and spiritual leader. He led the peaceful civil disobedience of Indians against British rule in India and negotiated with the British Government until 1947, when India was granted independence. Gandhi became the first icon of a people’s struggleagains oppression. His simple lifestyle and his belief in religious tolerance have made him a symbol of decency and peace ever since.

7. Karl Marx :

Karl Marx’s ideas on economic history and sociology changed the world. Marx was a social philosopher who attacked the state and predicted a future in which everyone was equal. He explained his theories in the Communist Manifesto (compiled with Friedrich Engels and published in 1848) and Das Kapital (1867 – 94). His ideas eventually led to the Russian Revolution and communism. By 1950 almost half of the world‘s people lived under communist regimes.

8. Charles Darwin :

Naturalist Charles Darwin established the theory of evolution. He began forming his ideas when he served as official naturalist on a world voyage on HMS Beagle (1831 – 36) and spent the rest of his life back in England developing them. When his famous book The Origin of Species by Means of Natural Selections was published in 1859, there were violent reactions against it. Darwin challenged the Bible’s account of creation and explained that human being are descended from an ape-like ancestor. Another English naturalist, Alfred Russell Wallace, independently developed very similar ideas at the same time as Darwin.

9. William Shakespeare :

William Shakespeare is generally agreed to be the greatest play writer in the English language. He began as an actor and wrote atleast 154 love poems and 37 plays, including Hamlet, King Lear, Romeo and Juliet and Macbeth. Shakespeare also probably introduced more than 1,700 new words to the English Language.

10. Christopher Columbus :

Christopher Columbus is one of the most famous of all explorers. He believed he could reach Asia by sailing west across the Atlantic Ocean and in 1492 he set sail in the Santa Maria to prove his theory. Instead, he landed on the islandsnow known as the West Indies. His discoveries led to the European explorations and settlement of the Americas.

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Southafrica

Former security guard testifies in van Breda murder trial

 

Former security guard testifies in Van Breda murder trial

CAPE TOWN – A former security guard at the luxury De Zalze Estate says security at the upmarket complex was always up to scratch.

Lorenzo Afrika was testifying at the axe murder trial in the Western Cape High Court.

It’s day five of the trial in which Henri van Breda is

accused of murdering his parents and brother, and attempting to murder his sister.

Afrika says cameras were checked daily.

When he came on shift at 6pm the on 26 January 2015 — the night before the murders took place — the electric fences were functioning and there had been no alarm activations.

The next witness to take the stand will be the manager of the De Zalze Estate.

Southafrica, World

Nigerian pastor charged with human trafficking in southafrica

Nigerian pastor charged with human trafficking

PORT ELIZABETH – A controversial Nigerian pastor has appeared in the Port Elizabeth magistrate’s court.

He has been charged with 22 counts of human trafficking and sexual assault.

His supporters have been demonstrating outside.

Police trying to control the congregants outside court, they believe their pastor is sure to get bail

 

The accused is facing sexual assault and human trafficking charges.

The case resumes on Thursday.

 

 

Sports, World Football

Wimbledon ramps up prize money

 

Wimbledon ramps up prize money

LONDON – Wimbledon singles champions will cash cheques for £2.2 million (R37 million) this year, the All England Club said on Wednesday.

Andy Murray and Serena Williams earned £2 million for taking home the silverware in the men’s and women’s events at the grass-court Grand Slam last year.

That figure has now been surpassed by a 10 percent hike as Wimbledon prepares for this year’s tournament, which gets under way on July 3 in its latest start date since 1895.

In the last six years, the cash pot for the Wimbledon winners has doubled from £1.1 million.

Wimbledon’s total prize money for 2017 is up by 12.5 percent to £31.6 million, reflecting the huge revenue streams of the world’s most famous tennis tournament.

“We are proud of the important leadership role that Wimbledon plays locally, nationally and internationally, and are committed to continuing to secure the future of the Championships, and of our sport, for years to come,” said All England Club chairman Philip Brook.

However, the Wimbledon champions still earn less than last year’s singles winners at the US Open, who banked £2.7 million.

 

World

At least 70 miners trapped after Iran blast

Coal mining

At least 70 miners trapped after Iran blast

TEHRAN – At least 70 coal miners were trapped after an explosion in northern Iran on Wednesday, Iranian media said.

The mine in Golestan province collapsed when trapped methane gas exploded as workers tried to jump-start a locomotive engine, according to reports.

“Forty workers are trapped in one part of the mine and another 30 to 40 are trapped in another part,” the Fars and ISNA news agencies quoted the head of Iran’s emergency services, Pir Hossein Kolivand, as saying.

Twelve injured miners were pulled out alive, he said.

A local official said the tunnels were filled with gas, making rescue work difficult.

“Work to remove the rubble and drilling for a side tunnel has begun to access the trapped workers in the Zemestan Yort mine,” the official said.

Another official who did not want to be named told state news agency IRNA that several workers probably died in the blast, but there was no official casualty toll.

The mine has 500 workers and the explosion happened during a change of shift, state media said.

Emergency teams and sniffer dogs have been dispatched to the mine and work to remove the rubble has begun.

 

Southafrica, World

Benghazi airport to reopen following improved security

 

Benghazi airport to reopen following improved security

JOHANNESBURG – Libya’s Benina Airport, in Benghazi in the east of the North African country, is due to open again on 16 May, on the third anniversary of its forced closure in 2014 following the country’s deteriorating security situation.

Security sources in the country told the Libya Herald on Tuesday that a slight improvement in the security situation made the reopening of the airport possible.

In February, the airport management asked the Libyan National Army (LNA) for permission to restart civil flights, saying that it was now safe to reopen.

Following the request, there were several one-off VIP flights to and from the airport.

This was followed by the civil aviation authorities granting permission for all cargo, air ambulance, humanitarian and VIP flights to resume at the beginning of April as the final step before fully reopening.

However, the fighting in the area has not stopped completely and it is thought that the resumption of commercial flights to and from Benghazi sends a powerful message to the militants that they are losing the war.

Meanwhile, Libya’s economy remains in crisis.

Members of Libya’s Presidency Council, including its head Fayez Serraj, and members of the Tripoli-based House of Representatives (HoR), met in the capital in an endeavour to discuss solutions to the current financial and economic problems facing the country.

Organisers reported that the meeting included the HoR Finance Committee, the Government of National Accord’s (GNA) Finance, Planning and Economy Ministries, the Tripoli-based Audit Bureau, the Tripoli-based Administrative Control Authority, the Economy Committee in the High State Council, the Economic Development Council and the General Union of Chambers of Commerce and Industry.

However, the Central Bank of Libya failed to show.

The negative effects of the liquidity crisis and the fall in the value of the Libyan dinar on the economy, the standard of living on citizens and mechanisms to exit the crisis were discussed at length.

News, Southafrica

Five shot died execution style in Eastern Cape,Southafrica

Southafrica

Five shot dead execution style in Eastern Cape

 

PORT ELIZABETH – Eastern Cape police on Monday appealed to communities in Port Elizabeth to assist with information after five people were shot and killed execution-style in the city’s northern areas.

Police spokesperson, Colonel Priscilla Naidu, said a group of friends were sitting in a shack on Saturday night when several armed men kicked down the door to gain entry to the premises in Mistletoe street, Extension 33, Bethelsdorp.

According to information given to police, the victims, four men aged between 22 and 32, were each asked their names before being shot in the head.

Naidu said a fifth victim who was in an adjacent shack was dragged outside and shot.

“Not all the victims are gang affiliates and the motive at this stage is unknown,” Naidu said.

Graphic pictures of the victims bodies have since circulated on social media.

The provincial Gang Investigation Unit is investigating a case of murder, No arrests have been made.

Meanwhile, on Sunday, the father of a gang member, who is currently in prison, was gunned down while parked in a driveway at house in Mistletoe street, the same street where the five men were killed just several hours before.

“[Klaas] Goliath was engaged in a conversation with someone from the house. Suddenly there were gunshots fired and Goliath was shot by an unknown person. Goliath got back into his vehicle and drove about 10 metres before crashing into a lamp post,” said Naidu.

Goliath, 52, sustained a gun shot wound to his arm and chest.

The provincial Gang Investigation Unit was also investigating the murder case.

Naidu could not confirm if Goliath’s killing was a retaliation shooting.

 

World

Children amid migrants dead of thirst in Niger desert

 

Children amid migrants dead of thirst in Niger desert

NIAMEY, Niger – Eight migrants, five of them children, have died of thirst in the Niger desert while making their way to Algeria, a key destination for would-be migrants to Europe, a security source told AFP.

“These migrants died of thirst on the way to Algeria,” the source, who asked not to be identified, said late Tuesday.

The group, a man, a woman and five children aged between six and 12, “were abandoned by a smuggler” and “all died of thirst”, he added.

Online news site Air-info, which is based in northern Niger, said the eight were part of a larger group headed for Algeria, and that four men who had been rescued were found “completely dehydrated”.

Last June the bodies of 34 migrants were found in the desert, while in late 2013 a group of 92 Niger citizens, including many women and children, also died of thirst after being abandoned by smugglers.

Several thousand Niger citizens living illegally in Algeria have been expelled since 2015 following a deal between the governments of both countries.

Niger in 2015 adopted tough legislation against human trafficking that sets jail sentences of up to 30 years for smugglers.

Sports, World Football

Madagascar, Mauritius advance in Chan

 

Madagascar, Mauritius advance in CHAN qualifying

Madagascar and Mauritius have booked their place in the second round of qualifying from the Southern Zone for the 2018 African Nations Championship (CHAN).

Madagascar claimed an excellent 1-0 away win in Malawi to claim that tie 2-0 on aggregate and set up a second round meeting with Mozambique.

Njiva Rakotoharimalala scored the only goal for the Malagasy early in the second half.
Mauritius were held to a 1-1 draw by Seychelles, but advanced 3-2 on aggregate having claimed a 2-1 victory in the first leg.

They took the lead in Victoria on 15 minutes through Marco Dorza, but Leeroy Corallie equalised five minutes into the second period for Seychelles.

Mauritius will now meet Angola in the second round to be played in July.

Other second round games see Comoros take on Lesotho, Namibia tackle Zimbabwe, Botswana face-off against South Africa and Swaziland play Zambia.

The CHAN tournament is open to national teams that field only players who ply their trade in their domestic leagues.

 

 

Technology

Most Important Abbreviations

Most Important Abbreviations
* VIRUS – Vital Information Resource
UnderSeized.
* 3G -3rd Generation.
* GSM – Global System for Mobile
Communication. * CDMA – Code Divison Multiple
Access.
* UMTS – Universal MobileTelecommunication
System.
* SIM – Subscriber Identity Module .
* AVI = Audio Video Interleave
* RTS = Real Time Streaming * SIS = Symbian
OS Installer File
* AMR = Adaptive Multi-Rate Codec
* JAD = Java Application Descriptor
* JAR = Java Archive
* JAD = Java Application Descriptor
* 3GPP = 3rd Generation Partnership Project *
3GP = 3rd Generation Project
* MP3 = MPEG player lll
* MP4 = MPEG-4 video file
* AAC = Advanced Audio Coding
* GIF= Graphic InterchangeableFormat
* JPEG = Joint Photographic Expert Group * BMP
= Bitmap
* SWF = Shock Wave Flash
* WMV = Windows Media Video
* WMA = Windows Media Audio
* WAV = Waveform Audio
* PNG = Portable Network Graphics * DOC =
Document (MicrosoftCorporation)
* PDF = Portable Document Format
* M3G = Mobile 3D Graphics
* M4A = MPEG-4 Audio File
* NTH = Nokia Theme (series 40)
* THM = Themes (Sony Ericsson) * MMF =
Synthetic Music Mobile Application File
* NRT = Nokia Ringtone
* XMF = Extensible Music File
* WBMP = Wireless Bitmap Image
* DVX = DivX Video
* HTML = Hyper Text Markup Language * WML =
Wireless Markup Language
* CD -Compact Disk.
* DVD – Digital Versatile Disk.
* CRT – Cathode Ray Tube.
* DAT – Digital Audio Tape.
* DOS – Disk Operating System. * GUI -Graphical
User Interface.
* HTTP – Hyper Text Transfer Protocol.
* IP – Internet Protocol.
* ISP – Internet Service Provider.
* TCP – Transmission Control Protocol.
* UPS – UninterruptiblePower Supply. * HSDPA –
High Speed Downlink PacketAccess.
* EDGE – Enhanced Data Rate for GSM
[GlobalSystem for Mobile Communication]
Evolution.
* VHF – Very High Frequency.
* UHF – Ultra High Frequency. * GPRS – General
PacketRadio Service.
* WAP – Wireless ApplicationProtocol.
* TCP – Transmission ControlProtocol.
* ARPANET – Advanced Research Project
Agency Network.
* IBM – International Business Machines. * HP –
Hewlett Packard.
* AM/FM – Amplitude/ Frequency Modulation.
* WLAN – Wireless Local Area Network.

 

 

 

 

Entertainment

Fun time

Fun Time
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Girls pick the month which you where born.and if
any guys own is the same with yours,ask him for the
date so that you can celebrate together.
1. January
2. Febuary
3. March
4. April
5. May
6. June
7. July
8. August
9. September
10. October
11. November
12. December
don’t spoil d fun.