Wednesday, March 4, 2015

Life lessons from a baby giraffe
BABY giraffes never go to school. But they learn a very important lesson rather early in life. A lesson that all of us would do well to remember. The birth of a baby giraffe is quite an earth-shaking event. The baby falls from its mother’s womb, some eight feet above the ground. It shrivels up and lies still, too weak to move. 

The mother giraffe lovingly lowers her neck to smooch the baby giraffe. And then something incredible happens. She lifts her long leg and kicks the baby giraffe, sending it flying up in the air and tumbling down on the ground. As the baby lies curled up, the mother kicks the baby again. And again. Until the baby giraffe, still trembling and tired, pushes its limbs and for the first time learns to stand on its feet.

Happy to see the baby standing on its own feet, the mother giraffe comes over and gives it yet another kick. The baby giraffe falls one more time, but now quickly recovers and stands up. Mama Giraffe is delighted. She knows that her baby has learnt an important lesson: *Never mind how hard you fall, always remember to pick yourself up and get back on your feet*.

Why does the mother giraffe do this? She knows that lions and leopards love giraffe meat. So unless the baby giraffe quickly learns to stand and run with the pack it will have no chance of survival. Most of us though are not quite as lucky as baby giraffes. No one teaches us to stand up every time we fall. When we fail, when we are down, we just give up. No one kicks us out of our comfort zone to remind us that to survive and succeed, we need to learn to get back on our feet.

If you study the lives of successful people though, you will see a recurring pattern. Were they always successful in all they did? No. Did success come to them quick and easy? No, no! You will find that the common streak running through their lives is their ability to stand up every time they fall. The ability of the baby giraffe!

The road to success is never an easy one. There are several obstacles, and you are bound to fall sooner or later. You will hit a road block, you will taste failure. But success lies in being able to get up every time you fall. That’s a critical life skill. And it’s the habit of all successful people. 

Learning to win in life is quite like learning to ride a bicycle. As you start to ride, you might fall and get bruised. It doesn’t matter. You need to get back up and continue to ride. Fall one more time? Get back up again. That’s all it takes. Learn to get back up every time you fall. 
And just remember one more thing. Next time you find a friend or a parent kicking you, don’t get upset with them. Like the mother giraffe, they may only be trying to teach you one of life’s most important lessons. It doesn’t matter how many times you fall. What matters is your ability to pick yourself up and stand on your feet once again.

Tuesday, February 24, 2015

Exclusive Training Program for MBA Finance Students
All the MBA Finance students,
This is to inform you that SV Colleges have planned to provide Capital IQ company specific training for all the MBA finance students and you are strongly advised to attend it, which would be more helpful for upcoming Capital IQ placement drive and make use of the opportunity. 

SV College of Engineering

Karakambadi Road,Tirupati – 517 507

Department of MBA
Date: 24/02/2015

Training from 25.02.2015 to 06.03.2015.
1) Duration of Training Period         : 10 Days (excluding Inaugural Day)
2) Number of Hours per day            : 7 Hours (10 am to 5 PM)

for Other Details Please click here 

Wednesday, February 4, 2015


1.Explain Maslows theory of Human needs
2.explain how Maslows theory of Human needs influence interpersonal communication.
3. Explain different types of communicational barriers
4. tips to overcome barriers
5. What is interview? Explain different interview techniques

Tuesday, February 3, 2015

Factset shortlisted candidates

Click here for Shortlisted candidates
Dear students
Congratulations to all who got Shortlisted to factset
Important documents to carry
1.Resume 2 Copies ID card / photo ID proof
3. Factset form (download here)

Wednesday, January 28, 2015

About mba

The MBA is a great tool to round out your academic background. It can lift you up from the narrow view of your discipline, whether it is engineering/science, sales, HR or accounting, and give you a better overall view of the business world. A good MBA program can do two things. First, it can expose you to courses and skills that are outside your current core functions. While you may never actually use all of those skills, they will provide you with an understanding of what people actually do throughout your organization. If you are an engineer, for example, you might appreciate marketing more. If you are in HR, you will have a better understanding of what supply chain issues are in today's business world. This broadening of your background will, just by itself, help you do your job better.

Tuesday, January 20, 2015

Send your resumes

Dear students of SVCE MBA

please send your resumes today to my mail ( which is helpful for campus selections

Eg: hussein 13bf1e0085 HR & MARKETTING

Sunday, January 18, 2015


A Recruitment Internship Opportunity That Will Expose You To Every Aspect Of The Staffing Function And Get You Industry Ready !

Good stipend will be there during the project

Interested Candidates ( HR & Mkt) please consult Mr. Muni bhaskar sir with updated resume before 20 th of this month

On Successful completion of project you will be offered with a permanent job

Tuesday, January 13, 2015

Business Communication Lab Supporting Documents

Thursday, January 8, 2015


Dear students of MBA

​Info Edge (I) Ltd (Naukri) is visiting our campus for organizing the recruitment event for its sister concern    ​They Require MBA-Marketing students-2015 Batch

Eligibility: MBA- marketing-50% and above 

Job Description: Senior Executive – Corporate sales

Total CTC : Rs. 505,281/ - per annum

Job Location: Chennai/Hyderabad/Bangalore

Tentative Date: Fourth Week of Jan 2015

Interview Location: MITS Campus

Click here for registration

Monday, October 6, 2014


Tuesday, September 30, 2014

Monday, September 29, 2014

How to Build Successful Work Teams

People in every workplace talk about building the team, working as a team, and my team, but few understand how to create the experience of team work or how to develop an effective team. Belonging to a team, in the broadest sense, is a result of feeling part of something larger than yourself. It has a lot to do with your understanding of the mission or objectives of your organization.
In a team-oriented environment, you contribute to the overall success of the organization. You work with fellow members of the organization to produce these results. Even though you have a specific job function and you belong to a specific department, you are unified with other organization members to accomplish the overall objectives. The bigger picture drives your actions; your function exists to serve the bigger picture
You need to differentiate this overall sense of teamwork from the task of developing an effective intact team that is formed to accomplish a specific goal. People confuse the two team building objectives.

This is why so many team building seminars, meetings, retreats and activities are deemed failures by their participants. Leaders failed to define the team they wanted to build. Developing an overall sense of team work is different from building an effective, focused work team when you consider team building approaches

Saturday, September 27, 2014

Attracting great applicants when qualified people are scarce

More than three in four employers say they’re struggling to find qualified people to fill their open positions.
Outplacement consultancy Challenger, Gray & Christmas recently conducted a survey of 100 human resources executives in a variety of industries nationwide. The bottom line: 77% of respondents said they were having trouble filling open slots because the applicants they were seeing didn’t have the right backgrounds.
The toughest slots to fill? Here’s a rundown:
  • Technology/technical — cited by 45% of respondents
  • Finance — 30%
  • Manufacturing — 20%, and
  • Management — 5%.
About half of survey participants said their companies are not yet offering any special incentives to attract candidates. Other firms are using referral bonuses (36%), relocation assistance (36%) and signing bonuses (23%).
Finally, the most chilling finding in the research: 91% of respondents said that as the economy continues to expand, the labor shortages will become even more acute.

The old recruiting channels just aren’t working

Clearly, in an era when good people are difficult to find, it’s important to take steps to draw the best talent into your candidate pool.
Jerome Ternyck, writing on, says many companies unwittingly cripple their recruiting efforts by using outdated and unsophisticated tools: spreadsheets, email and applicant tracking systems (ATS).
Here’s Ternyck’s three-step prescription for modernizing your digital recruiting efforts:

The 17 worst terms HR can find on resumes

There are 17 terms that HR pros and hiring managers have identified as major turn-offs on resumes.
These terms were identified in a CareerBuilder survey conducted by Harris Poll and included responses from 2,201 hiring managers and HR representatives.
The main problem with the terms outlined below: They help candidates talk a big game but usually result in a lack of proof that the job seekers’ achieved any actual results.
Now without further ado, here are the worst turn-off terms you can find on resumes, according to your peers:
  1. Best of breed — identified by 38% of HR/hiring pros
  2. Go-getter — 27%
  3. Think outside of the box — 26%
  4. Synergy — 22%
  5. Go-to person — 22%
  6. Thought leadership — 16%
  7. Value add — 16%
  8. Results-driven — 16%
  9. Team player — 15%
  10. Bottom-line — 14%
  11. Hard worker — 13%
  12. Strategic thinker — 12%
  13. Dynamic — 12%
  14. Self-motivated — 12%
  15. Detail-oriented — 11%
  16. Proactively — 11%
  17. Track record — 10%

Friday, September 26, 2014

Management Science 
Important Questions for IV ECE-B

a.       Discuss nature and functions of management?
b.      Explain Henry’s Principles for Management.
c.       What is motivation? Write any two theories of motivation?
d.      Define organization structure? Explain different types of organization structures with examples ?
e.       What is plant layout? Explain the different types of plant layouts.
f.       Explain the different methods of Job productions.
g.      Marketing Mix.

h.      Product Life Cycle

Monday, September 22, 2014

Saturday, September 6, 2014

MBA II Mid OD Important Questions

a.       Explain the importance of OD interventions
b.      Discuss Third party peacemaking Intervention.
c.       Explain any two structural interventions with         Examples
d.      T- Group Interventions
e.      Life and career planning
f.        What are the consultant issues of OD
g.       Elucidate the significance of power and politics in OD

Tuesday, June 24, 2014

MBA final Project Front Pages

college certificate
(print in colour with A4 setting)

main-page ,acknowledgement, declaration, content page

note: 1) know your guide name, qualification and initial correctly and modify the above documents according to your requirement without changing the format.

          2) Read the document one's and twice to correct some mistakes like "Her / his"  "He /  she" 

MBA Summer internship front pages

college certificate

main-page ,acknowledgement, declaration, content page

Monday, April 28, 2014

Important Questions for MS II Mid for IT IV years

1.      Define Mission, Vision, Goals and Objectives.
2.      Explain the Generic Strategy alternatives.
3.      what are the different plant layouts and explain them with suitable examples.
4.      what is WORK STUDY and explain? 
5.      Explain Total Quality Management (TQM)
6.      Explain Enterprise resource planning (ERP)
7.      Explain Six Sigma
8.      Explain briefly the functions of Human resource management.

9.      Explain briefly any five contemporary management practices?

Wednesday, April 23, 2014

Amara Raja Eligible candidates please check your mail and register in that link  on or before 24 April
if didn't get mail please call to HOD

University Roll Number
Student Name
C KUMAR                         
G SURESH KUMAR                  
GUTHA VENKATESH                 
I SIVA                          
KANDALA VINOD                   
P MANOJ                         
TANGELLA NAGENDRA