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Skills required for a job

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It is equally essential to assess your skills prior to going for an interview for which Psychometric Analysis program. This analysis Provides a better, more realistic and current view of your abilities than a formal certificate of education. Aside of this it assists in Improvising performance, behavioral attitudes and mental abilities There are certain skills that are not specific to one career path but are generic to suit various employment sectors. These are referred as "Soft skills". Existence of these skills builds flexibility in working patterns and helps us in being prepared to change jobs and/or sectors if we believe there are better opportunities elsewhere. We perceive that employer is just looking for the qualification and experience but let us tell you, this is mere misconception. The employer assesses you on various parameters which go much beyond the basic know how of the field. This means that the specialist, technical skills associated with different roles may be less important than the 'soft skills' that can be transferred between different jobs and different employment sectors. For employers, right people are the ones with the right skills and qualities to fulfill the role and contribute to the organization's success. Candidates may have the qualifications and 'hard skills' needed to be able to manage the job role but, without a well-honed set of 'soft skills', employers are less inclined to hire. So when you intend to look for a job, make sure to showcase not merely the role based skills but also the soft skills.
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Free classifieds in India, Classified ads in India, Online Classified Advertising

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EXGOOD post free local classified ads in India. Classifieds India: Post Free Classifieds Ads, jobs, exgood provides a simple solution to the complications involved in selling, buying, trading, discussing, organizing, and meeting people near you.
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Bharat Employment : Easy Steps to Build a Solid Social Media Profile

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Gsolved is the fun and easy way to find and talk about local services. Local Business service listing, Search local services nearby, review services.
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Bharat Employment : Easy Steps to Build a Solid Social Media Profile - Beloved

Whether it’s your business or your personal brand, people always connect with people on a personal level. It’s all about engaging in a dynamic rela
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Bharat Employment : Easy Steps to Build a Solid Social Media Profile

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Whether it's your business or your personal brand, people always connect with people on a personal level. It's all about engaging in a dynamic relationship. That is done by Bharat Employment.
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Account Login » Hard Drop - Tetris Community & Forum

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Hard Drop is a Tetris community for all Tetris players, regardless of skill or what version of Tetris you play. Forum, Wiki, Videos, Records, Strategies and more.
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Stencil street art by french artist c215 on the streets of New Delhi, India.

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French Graffiti artist c215 also known as Christian Guemy has created some really stunning street art on the walls of delhi in the Karol Bagh area. C215 has do…

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15 Countries In 4 Minutes (Time Lapse)

"During the past two years, Kien Lam went on the kind of trip most could only dream about. The photographer wanted to "see as much of the world as possible," so he visited 15 countries around the globe, from Mexico to New Zealand, snapping more than 10,000 photographs along the way. He edited his work together to make this stupendous time-lapse, which may be one of the most envy-inducing travel diaries I've ever seen."


Tags: landscape, time lapse, video.


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Vincent Lahondère's curator insight, March 8, 2015 11:09 AM

Magnifique

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This time-lapse is one of the most amazing videos I've ever seen. Displaying the street-life in India, sand dunes in Arizona, the coast of Cozumel, coral reefs in Australia, mountains in Nepal, a castle in Scotland, Dubai's bright night lights, hobbit holes in the Shire and so many more amazing places captured in a few short seconds. It truly makes me feel like I traveled the world in 4.5 minutes.

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Digital business era: stretch your boundaries – Accenture Technology Vision

Digital business era: stretch your boundaries – Accenture Technology Vision | Learning and Certification programs | Scoop.it

Today’s pioneering enterprises are doing more than just talking a good digital game. They are fundamentally changing the way they look at themselves and quickly mastering the shift from “me” to “we.”
Proactive corporate leaders see their businesses, employees and customers as a living, breathing digital fabric offering unprecedented opportunity to establish beachheads in new markets, drive profit and change life for the better. Through the transformational power of this network, we’re witnessing the birth of a new era of “digital ecosystems.


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The Explosive Power of #Social Proof

Social proof is the most powerful weapon on the web. Recommendations from friends, opinions and reviews blow away all other forms of marketing. Go into battle …

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Eric_Determined / Eric Silverstein's curator insight, February 26, 2015 1:35 PM

"81% of Consumers receive product advice from friends & family via #Social site"


How are you capitalizing on engaging your loyal customers via #Social #Media and #Mobile?

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Current Opinion in Insect Science: Disruption of insect transmission of plant viruses (2015)

Current Opinion in Insect Science: Disruption of insect transmission of plant viruses (2015) | Learning and Certification programs | Scoop.it

http://www.bharatemployment.com/Plant-infecting viruses are transmitted by a diverse array of organisms including insects, mites, nematodes, fungi, and plasmodiophorids. Virus interactions with these vectors are diverse, but there are some commonalities. Generally the infection cycle begins with the vector encountering the virus in the plant and the virus is acquired by the vector. The virus must then persist in or on the vector long enough for the virus to be transported to a new host and delivered into the plant cell. Plant viruses rely on their vectors for breaching the plant cell wall to be delivered directly into the cytosol. In most cases, viral capsid or membrane glycoproteins are the specific viral proteins that are required for transmission and determinants of vector specificity. Specific molecules in vectors also interact with the virus and while there are few-identified to no-identified receptors, candidate recognition molecules are being further explored in these systems. Due to the specificity of virus transmission by vectors, there are defined steps that represent good targets for interdiction strategies to disrupt the disease cycle. This review focuses on new technologies that aim to disrupt the virus–vector interaction and focuses on a few of the well-characterized virus–vector interactions in the field. In closing, we discuss the importance of integration of these technologies with current methods for plant virus disease control.


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Steve Marek's curator insight, February 26, 2015 9:27 AM

Not fungal, but still an excellent review with great insights on important plant pathosystems.

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#Marketing First!?

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This week, I’d like to explore another finding from the survey—how marketers will play a larger role in company strategy. This is a huge development, and a dramatic shift in many organizations from how marketing was asked to contribute in the past.

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Eric_Determined / Eric Silverstein's curator insight, February 25, 2015 1:39 AM

Do you agree that marketers are responsible for the end-to-end #engagement and ownership over the customer’s lifetime?


"The shopping and buying process has changed forever. Buyers have more information at their fingertips than ever before and they are using it to self-educate. They’re reaching out to companies later and later in their decision-making cycles. As a result, if a company hopes to engage and #influence that shopper, they have to do it earlier. This new #digital, #social, #mobile world, is the domain of the marketer. That means that marketing is the only function that has a chance to influence buyers before they have all but made their decisions—putting the marketer in the driver’s seat, or at the starting line—either way, it’s Marketing First.

 

Marketers will put more energy, time, and effort into areas such as strategy, digital, and customer lifecycle #engagement."


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Bharat Employment : Easy Steps to Build a Solid Social Media Profile

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Arduino / Raspberry Pi Internet Radio

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This is a project for Arduino and Raspberry Pi to make an Internet Radio, aimed at intermediate skill level. Some familiarity with Linux usage w...

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News: Aggressive plant fungus threatens wheat production (2015)

News: Aggressive plant fungus threatens wheat production (2015) | Learning and Certification programs | Scoop.it

The spread of exotic and aggressive strains of a plant fungus is presenting a serious threat to wheat production in the UK, according to research published in Genome Biology. The research uses a new surveillance technique that could be applied internationally to respond to the spread of a wide variety of plant diseases.

 

Wheat is a critical staple and provides 20% of the calories and over 25% of the protein consumed by humans. 'Yellow rust' caused by the fungus Puccinia striiformis f. sp. tritici (PST) is one of the plant's major diseases and is widespread across the major wheat-producing areas of the world. Infections lead to significant reductions in both grain quality and yield, with some rare events leading to the loss of an entire crop. New fungus strains have recently emerged that adapt to warmer temperatures, are more aggressive and have overcome many of the major defensive genes in wheat.

 

Lead author Diane Saunders of the John Innes Centre and The Genome Analysis Centre (TGAC), UK, said: "Increased virulence, globalization, and climate change, are all increasing the scale and frequency of emerging plant diseases, and threatening global food security.

 

"Our research shows that in the UK we have a newly emerging population of wheat rust fungus that could be the result of an influx of more exotic and aggressive strains that are displacing the previous population. By continuing to use these new surveillance techniques, not only can we track and respond to the ongoing threat of wheat rust, but our technology opens the door for tracking other plant pathogens, including ash dieback."

 

Researchers from the John Innes Centre, The Sainsbury Laboratory, TGAC and the National Institute of Agricultural Botany sequenced genetic material from 39 PST-infected samples of wheat collected from 17 UK counties in 2013.

 

By comparing the fungal RNA with fungal genetic information from previously prevalent populations between 1978 and 2011, they showed that there has been a rapid and dramatic shift in the PST population that could have serious implications for wheat production in the UK.

 

The 2013 PST samples showed more genetic variation and diversity, reflecting an increase in the evolutionary potential in the UK pathogen population that could enhance their ability to overcome disease resistance in wheat.

 

Of the samples, 11 were also genetically similar to a PST strain called "Warrior". The strain emerged in 2011 as a serious threat to European wheat production due to its virulence on an array of previously resistant wheat varieties. This indicates that a diverse PST population containing the "Warrior" strain is now prevalent across the UK.

 

This new diagnostic technique, called "field pathogenomics", could be applied internationally to respond to the spread of a wide variety of plant diseases. By rapidly pinpointing a fungus's genetic make-up from field samples, the technique is able to confirm outbreaks on particular wheat varieties and provides an efficient means of confirming whether previously resistant wheat varieties have been broken by virulent strains of the pathogen. This is in contrast to current techniques which can be lengthy, costly and are only able to sample a relatively small proportion of the fungal population.

 

The data collection and analysis took just a few months to produce from sample collections from the field, demonstrating the potential for the method to reduce delays and transform current disease surveillance systems. The highly detailed information that is generated could help inform disease incidence predictions and agricultural practices.

 

Hubbard et al. Genome Biology http://genomebiology.com/2015/16/1/23/abstract


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Bryan Lim Chu Chwen's curator insight, May 16, 2015 8:45 AM

No wheat, no bread... that's bad

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Current Biology: A Massive Expansion of Effector Genes Underlies Gall-Formation in the Wheat Pest Mayetiola destructor (2015)

Current Biology: A Massive Expansion of Effector Genes Underlies Gall-Formation in the Wheat Pest Mayetiola destructor (2015) | Learning and Certification programs | Scoop.it

Gall-forming arthropods are highly specialized herbivores that, in combination with their hosts, produce extended phenotypes with unique morphologies [1]. Many are economically important, and others have improved our understanding of ecology and adaptive radiation [2]. However, the mechanisms that these arthropods use to induce plant galls are poorly understood. We sequenced the genome of the Hessian fly (Mayetiola destructor; Diptera: Cecidomyiidae), a plant parasitic gall midge and a pest of wheat (Triticumspp.), with the aim of identifying genic modifications that contribute to its plant-parasitic lifestyle. Among several adaptive modifications, we discovered an expansive reservoir of potential effector proteins. Nearly 5% of the 20,163 predicted gene models matched putative effector gene transcripts present in the M. destructor larval salivary gland. Another 466 putative effectors were discovered among the genes that have no sequence similarities in other organisms. The largest known arthropod gene family (family SSGP-71) was also discovered within the effector reservoir. SSGP-71 proteins lack sequence homologies to other proteins, but their structures resemble both ubiquitin E3 ligases in plants and E3-ligase-mimicking effectors in plant pathogenic bacteria. SSGP-71 proteins and wheat Skp proteins interact in vivo. Mutations in different SSGP-71 genes avoid the effector-triggered immunity that is directed by the wheat resistance genes H6 and H9. Results point to effectors as the agents responsible for arthropod-induced plant gall formation.


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The Geographic Advantage

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We are living in an era of receding glaciers, accelerating loss of species habitat, unprecedented population migration, growing inequalities within and between nations, rising concerns over resource depletion, and shifting patterns of interaction and identity. This website provides 11 geographic investigations aligned to the geographic questions in the NRC Understanding Our Changing Planet report. The report focuses on the future directions in the geographical sciences and how these key questions will guide research to help us understand the planet on which we live.

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Daniel Lindahl's curator insight, March 20, 2015 6:17 PM

This article by the AAG emphasizes that in order to provide a healthier, more prospering world, we need to do 4 things. These 4 things are: environmental change, promote sustainability, spatial reorganization of the economy and society, and harness technological change. This will allow us to create more long term and sustainable geographic patterns. 

Elle Reagan's curator insight, March 22, 2015 10:02 PM

I really liked this article as it was interactive. I was able to pick out the area of geography I wanted to learn about and then it took me to another page that gave me more in-depth explanations. It was an overall good refresher on different aspects of geography with emphasis on how we react with our environment. 

Lydia Tsao's curator insight, May 26, 2015 2:22 AM

I definitely agree with the website that geography is one of the most important, if not the most important tool in understanding the world today. Geography is not simply just naming and understanding place names, although that is certainly important to geography. Geography is about understanding the social, political, and economic causes and consequences resulting from the nationally and artificially conceived barriers, borders, and places. This is why I think everyone should be required to take AP Human Geography. The classes exposes you to so many of the current events, problems, and implication in society today. As a senior, I thought I had already learned everything I needed to learn in my previous classes, and little did I know that I was dead wrong in my assumption. This classes has singlehandedly taught me many of the problems in the world today, and this class is the most useful class I've ever taken that can be applied to the real world every single day. I'm beyond happy that I chose to take AP Human Geography. I'm grateful for all the information I've learned in this class. But most importantly, I'm most thankful for the endless curiosity this classes has sparked in me to understand the world around me.

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New Project: Build Your Own Face-Recognition System with Intel Edison

Computer vision is a processor-demanding task, but thanks to a dual-core Atom processor, the Intel Edison handles it with ease.

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Take A Mouth-Watering Tour Of School Lunches From Around The World

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Eating at the school cafeteria could've been amazing if you grew up almost anywhere but the U.S.


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Emily Bian's curator insight, March 25, 2015 5:53 PM

This is a really cool article! I always enjoy looking at food from around the world, so I automatically scooped this when I saw it. This is a article with a slideshow of school lunches around the world. At the very end of the photo slide, there is a photo of an American school lunch which is pretty embarrassing compared to Brazil and Finland. This photo series was taken by SweetGreens, and the school lunches were put together to represent an average school lunch, not necessarily what they have every day. 

They talk about how each country eats what is grown around them, while US is processed food like chicken nuggets and chocolate chip cookie.

I really want to move to Brazil and eat their school lunch, haha! It looks so good. For dessert in Finland, they have a berry crepe on their plate! That's awesome! If you have some free time, then be sure to check this out! 

5) Interdependence among regions of food production and consumption

Raychel Johnson's curator insight, May 25, 2015 6:46 PM

Summary: This article showed a series of pictures, which showed traditional school lunches of different countries. Greece's lunch included a Mediterranean diet, while Brazil's had rice and beans with greens, and the United States had its classic chicken nuggets, chocolate chip cookie, and mashed potatoes. The goal of this article was definitely to show what foods were incorporated into different cultures and climates.

 

Insight: Food is one example of a cultural trait, and quite a prominent one. Tradition may prohibit or encourage eating a certain kind of food, while long term climate also makes a large difference on the crops traditional grown in a country. 

Colleen Blankenship's curator insight, February 10, 9:16 AM

This is an excellent way to compare the impact that agriculture and culture in general have on our schools!