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Neenu
Neenu
Laqsh changed me a lot. I was very scared to speak before people even in my mother tongue. It got reduced because of Laqsh's education. It is the best platform to learn and upgrade ourselves.The faculty are very helpful & attend to each & every student.The main attraction is it has lot of activities.Laqsh helped me to get through the first interview itself.I got selected in Rapid Value IT Services in Kerala as a software tester. I am very happy
December 20th, 2012
Washimenla
Washimenla
I joined Laqsh on August, 2012, as BLR 9 batch. But some unknown fear and insecurity took over me. Maybe it was the fear of being in a new place, among new people. I failed to open up myself. So, I started neglecting my classes. I was so stubborn, and so I decided to leave Laqsh. On the day when I came to Laqsh to present my application, to drop the course, something happened. The faculties of Laqsh took a hold of me, because somehow they knew that this act of mine was suicidal. They were not willing to give up on me, even when I myself had give up all hopes. That day was the most difficult day; I had a tug of war going on in my mind. Finally I gave in. I took their generous advice and decided to rejoin again. It was too late for me to join my previous batch, so I joined as the new BLR 11 batch, on October, 2012. That brought a drastic change in my life. Today after three and half months of my stay at Laqsh, I have become a more matured and confident person. I was like a lost sheep at first. Laqsh rescued me, and have so passionately nurtured and guided me to achieve to certain great heights that I had only imagined in my wildest dreams. I am so thankful to all the wonderful, most acknowledgeable faculty of Laqsh and they are the sole reason why I am in such a confident level now. And now I can’t be more grateful and thankful enough to each and every one of them for making me get through in my first ever job interview by Logfire as Software Tester.
February 18th, 2013
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Priya
Priya
In Laqsh,I learnt so many things.Before coming to Laqsh. I dont have proper communication.I was worried about my communication and also my Analytical skills.But In Laqsh the faculties helped me a lot to develope communication,Analytical as well as Technical Skills.They conducte code-A-Thon for us in Java.And that was too useful to develope knowledge about Java.
December 21st, 2012
Yogesh Sharma
Yogesh Sharma
Training at Laqsh was really helpful in getting confidence in many areas. There are many institute that have similar kind of stuffs but the specialties about Laqsh is its individual attention and its curriculum. Apart from this what can I say about Technical training when person like Kanan Sir and Sushma Mam who has 20 yrs of experience with them are itself in this. Must say that if we have the problem Kanan sir has the solution.
October 17th, 2012
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Sivaraj.E
Sivaraj.E
I really thank to Laqsh that they gave me the right path to live in this country, that's why right now I work for a software company in bangalore.
September 20th, 2012
Bharath Kumar
Bharath Kumar
One to one interactions have helped me think logically and practically.Our faculty makes software testing concepts simpler by citing a lot of examples.I am encouraged to use them,to test the application on my own and rectify errors.Lab sessions have helped me to improve my practical knowledge.
November 4th, 2011
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Pradeep Kumar
Pradeep Kumar
Hi I am Pradeep, I joined Laqsh to improve my presentation skills and speaking.I enjoyed the training.It has lot of activities and is fun learning.Thats the best part about LAQSH. Thank you Laqsh.
September 7th, 2011
Nithya Shekar
Nithya Shekar
Its my privilege to be talking about LAQSH as i have learnt many things from this institute. I'm glad to be part of the laqsh family. I joined this institute to learn about software testing. LAQSH has tought me so many things other then the subject in a short period of time. Laqsh has a good set up & I'm really thankful to laqsh and the faculty because they have helped me in every aspect, and now, I'm happily placed in WIPRO.
December 20th, 2012
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Krishna
Krishna
"I was a very nervous person but now I am much more confident."
September 26th, 2011
Yashashwini C
Yashashwini C
Having got trained in Laqsh I could get two best breaks for my career. I got placed in Wipro Technologies & Accenture as well, of which I chose to join Accenture. I would always be thankful to the people of Laqsh for having guided me for building up my career.
December 26th, 2012
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Reshma
Reshma
Everything in life depends upon some word from some source. How we understand the words of our world and how we respond to them will often determine our failure or success in making life choices. Choose the right word. According to me, I am average in analytical skills. Training at Laqsh was really helpful in getting confidence in many areas. Another speciality of Laqsh is the individual attention given by the faculty. The faculty share their own experience. That really inspired me. I attended my first interview on the last day of the course & I got my first job! I am really thankful to Laqsh and the faculty. I am placed in Rapid Value It Services as a Software Tester.
December 20th, 2012
Mamtha
Mamtha
I am Mamatha.J. LAQSH is a place where you can learn new things everyday. The faculty were helpfull 24/7 I am joining Wipro Technologies as a Software Tester from 24-12-12 . I will never forget LAQSH
December 20th, 2012
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Sadiya Ambareen
Sadiya Ambareen
Laqsh have a beautiful, friendly atmosphere to study in. Laqsh have given me an opportunity to realize my strength. I would specially give thanks to the professors who have recognize my strengths n weakness. They have truly helped me improvise my technical, analytical skills.. The testing coarse that i attended was of great use to me.
October 17th, 2012
Anitha
Anitha
It was pleasure for having got trained with institute like Laqsh. Earlier I attend an interview with Ernst & Young and could not clear it as I lacked some skills. Laqsh helped me fill that skill gap and helped me imporve my Computer Skills, Testing Skills, build up my confidence level. I would always be thankful to Laqsh for providing me an opportunity to get placed in Wipro Technologies as a Software Engineer.
December 26th, 2012
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Sindhuja
Sindhuja
My sincere thanks to Laqsh job skill academy. It was a great experience in Laqsh for 4 months, it was like an extension of my college life. I learnt lot of new things from this academy like software testing, corporate culture, & so much about software that i was not aware before. Laqsh has a beautiful, friendly atmosphere to study in. They even conduct lot of cultural activities like we celebrated onam festival, Teachers day etc. I got placed in Wipro Technologies with the help of Laqsh academy
December 20th, 2012
McNeil Glen D'Souza
McNeil Glen D'Souza
"At LAQSH, I developed leadership qualities and I learned to take initiative."
September 22nd, 2011
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Kavitha Sharma
Kavitha Sharma
The word LAQSH itself holds a special meaning in my heart. I'm glad to be a part of the LAQSH family. Before joining this institute for manual testing I had no idea about this field as I was from a commerce background. After coming to LAQSH I learnt many things other than the subjects; I got rid of stage fear, I am more confident, my communication skills have improved all of which is very important in this competitive world. Laqsh has excellent facilities & very good faculty who help us in all aspects. With the help of all the faculties and our effort we are happily placed in WIPRO as software engineers. Last but not the least I would like to thank Laqsh for making my career.
December 20th, 2012
Manu Awalla
Manu Awalla
“I’m loving it!! LAQSH- is a good platform to learn. I am enjoying every moment. “
May 21st, 2012
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Chandan Rastogi
Chandan Rastogi
The surest way not to fail is to determine to succeed.”- Richard Brinsley Sheridan I’m a B.Tech graduate from IIMT, Uttar Pradesh. I come from a business family. My native is Sitapur. My mother is a teacher of Mathematics and sister a Credit officer at the Bank of Baroda. After completing my graduation I gave a job mentor test conducted by the fresher’s world (helps in analyzing ones aptitude and technical skills). I also looked for jobs but didn’t find anything suitable or interesting. That is when I decided to specialize in a specific domain. I decided to move to Bangalore as it provides good job opportunities in the IT sector and majority of the IT companies are based in Bangalore. I got to know about Laqsh courses through fresher’s world. After joining this course, “My technical and practical knowledge have improved. I gathered skills which helped me clear interviews. Also, I have also become very confident”. Sushma Nagendra and Mr Kannan were my favorite teachers. They used very different teaching methodologies which were easy to understand. My dream is to work with Google. Currently I’m placed at INTEGRA MICRO SOFTWARE SERVICES PVT. LTD, Bangalore as Software Engineer Testing. My advice to everyone is, “One should be confident and never give up. One should have the willingness to learn and adapt then everything will fall into place.”
February 27th, 2012
Shalini
Shalini
In Laqsh,I experienced a unique experience to learn things, they teach us to learn & have fun. I enjoyed every moment. All trainers focused mainly on "How to grow into a professional from a student” . They trained us on all requirements that a company can expect from an individual
December 20th, 2012
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Career Planning

Seven career mistakes you should avoid

sevenWhether you've snagged your first job or shifted to a new one recently, you need to follow work etiquette. For, a wrong word or a shoddy presentation may be akin to committing career hara-kiri. Here are the habits, attitudes and behaviour patterns that are a strict no-no at the workplace.

I don't need to be punctual

Timing is essential. You're a professional now and a 'sorry, my brother spilt milk over my homework' excuse isn't going to work. Your assignment should be finished before the deadline, with enough time to spare, so that you can polish it. Unlike college, a 'C' grade-even once-does matter. If you disappoint your seniors, getting another chance is going to be tough. If your office doesn't run on a 9-to-5 schedule, ensure that you have a fixed time for coming in and leaving, so that your colleagues can rely on you to be available during those hours.

I want everything, now

Instant gratification may be your buzzword, but it's not going to work at office. You cannot accumulate five years worth of experience in one year, nor can you get the hefty salaries your senior colleagues do. You will only get what your employers believe you're worth. "A mistake often made by freshers is that they run after high-paying jobs. In the initial stages, don't mix career and money.

Your priority should be the job profile based on your capabilities, which will help you polish your skills and grow. Once you're established, the money will come," says Nidhi Gaur, head, HR, Wiley India. Just putting in your best may not be enough. Your efforts will also have to be fruitful. "If you expect more compensation, remember that the worth of the individual should increase along with the cost," says Sunil Goel, CEO, GlobalHunt, an HR company.

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This is all I'm going to do

If you stick rigidly to your job description, you may miss out on opportunities to be noticed. Take up tasks beyond the routine ones, especially those that can demonstrate your untapped talents. This also proves that you're willing to take initiative.

If you are new, you may get saddled with jobs that others don't want or hours nobody else is willing to put in. If you grumble at being given extra work, it may put off your superiors. "Accept projects on the basis of where you want to be after three years. If you want to replace your boss, you will have to work more than you would to justify your salary," says Satya Narayanan, founder, Career Launcher.

I'm the only one who made it a success

No man is an island, especially not in crowded cubicles. In an office, you need to work as a team. If you do well, give credit where it's due, especially to your juniors. Even if you don't get along with someone, be polite. There's no place for anger or tantrums at the workplace. Remember, your electronic mails are being sent through your employer's server, so bad-mouthing someone on mail or chats in the office could lead to an embarrassing fiasco. Don't crib about your colleagues' work profile or the fact that they are favoured. Your talent cannot remain hidden for long; neither can other people's incompetency. You'll look like a fool if your own work falls short of the mark.

What's a network?

You may be a genius, but there will be times when you hit a roadblock. This is when your network of peers will come to your rescue as you can take their advice. It also helps you stay abreast of the latest issues in your field. Keep in touch with college mates, mingle during conferences and functions, and join a professional networking site.

However, ensure that you don't mix personal and professional lives. Avoid adding colleagues and bosses to your friends' list on social networking sites. Even if you don't post an inappropriate message about your workplace, there's no way of ensuring that your friends won't.

I know everything there is to know

No job is secure forever. The business landscape is changing constantly and if you don't want to be a dinosaur, you'll have to upgrade your skills regularly. You need to stay on a par with colleagues and others vying for your job. Don't expect past accomplishments to suffice. Learn constantly, especially from your mistakes. If a senior corrects you, don't sulk or complain. You'll not only exasperate your boss, but end up repeating your mistake and never learn.

I'm the best, I'm irreplaceable, and I deserve that promotion

If you believe you are the only one who can do the job right, back your conviction with accomplishments. There's a difference between boasting and delivering. This doesn't mean that you shouldn't promote yourself, but do it subtly. Before you jump at the chance to be promoted, ask yourself: am I prepared for it?

A promotion not only means more professional responsibilities, but also changes in personal life. Make sure you are ready to shoulder these.

If you aren't, the step may backfire and destroy chances of future promotions. Don't promise to get something done without ensuring that it is achievable. "In the early stages of your career, there are more options as there are more jobs, but these reduce as you move up.

At a senior position, you need to be stable in a job for 2-3 years and learn everything about the company before you opt for a promotion. Jumping too soon may set your career back by 4-5 years," says VY Verma, COO, LG India.

Posted On: Wednesday, April 13, 2011

Namrata Dadwal | ET Bureau

Reference: www.myeducationtimes.com/educationTimes/CMSD/Walk-A-Job

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