Senior Software Engineer (Collections, Multi-threading, XML,Swing, JMS, J2EE.)Banking Industry
Software Engineer (Collections, Multi-threading, XML,Swing, JMS, J2EE.)Banking Industry
Team Leader (Collections, Multi-threading, XML,Swing, JMS, J2EE.)Banking Industry
Digital Marketing Analyst (Digital Marketing)Digital Marketing
UI/UX & Visual designer (UI/UX Developers)E commerce- Pharmacy
Associate Product Manager (Marketing, Sales, Relationship Management)E commerce- Pharmacy
Business Development Manager (Sales Management/Business Development/Team Management)Web & Mobile application technology
Sales Coach (Sales)Education
Respiratory Therapist (Respiratory Therapist)Medical
Business Development Executive (Marketing, Sales, Relationship Management)Banking
Happy Clients and What
We really appreciate all your help in getting the candidates for open positions, You have been right there, helping out in sourcing wherever and whenever needed for the past few months.
I know how much time and effort you and your teams have invested for not only get the things done, but also to ensure that the things are done in right order. Adapting the consecutive changes. You have consistently proved your worth and have not failed in any of the endeavors.
You are a valued member of our team, and I truly appreciate your contributions.
I've had great pleasure working with Falah Recruitment. Whenever there is an opening in EPL we always look up to Falah to fulfil our requirements.
I use Falah for all my recruitment needs now. In the past I have used as many agencies as possible, but I only get the best applicants from Falah. Syed and his team are 100% professional with a smile included. It is a pleasure to work with them. Team Falah closed several positions which were niche and crucial for our company.
I would like to acknowledge professionalism of Falah Recruitment. As a team you have always been responsive to my needs, thorough and detailed. You establish the good rapport and working relationship with us.
I find Syed to be very engaging, dependable and high in integrity. He's identified several people for our company successfully. As an international company, we often times require our staff to have a multi-lingual component. Syed delivers. Additionally, when I was in need of immediate short term staffing assistance he was quick to help. He is very effective at his job and it’s a pleasure to recommend him as an accomplished recruiting professional.
We have worked with Falah for a number of years sourcing candidates with niche skills and have an excellent working relationship. Mairaj has a high level of integrity as a Recruiter and always takes time to fully brief himself on our vacancies, putting forward only those candidates who closely match our requirements. We would have no hesitation in recommending Mairaj and Falah Recruitment for their excellent, cost-effective service.
Hi Sir, Are you looking for a job change???
Getting a call from a placement firm…
As a job seeker whenever we get a call from a consultant or recruitment firm most of the times we feel happy if we are actually looking out for a job change.
But sometimes it feels very irritating, like what if you are sitting on a conference call with your boss and you are being scolded because of your previous performances and you are tensed, in stress and then suddenly you get a call on your cell phone from an unknown number, you'll think it might be a call from some client, you'll pick the call up and on the other side the sweet voice will say, Hi sir, this is xyz calling from XYZ consultants, just wanted to ask if you are looking for a job change, for a moment you'll think yes, but next moment you'll feel irritated and you'll keep the phone as if that person was selling you a credit card which you already had. It's the kind of attitude most of the people has these days, which is somehow not right.
Consultant has given us a call because he/she has some job opportunity and as your resume was uploaded on a job portal it gives him an impression that you are looking for a job change, so he calls you up, and you banged phone on him, he'll never call you again,you might miss an opportunity which you have been waiting for a very long time. So you can postpone the call of a consultant, either take his number or ask him to call after a specific time.This will show your professional behavior as well as it will also show your interest for conversation and it can be a way to reach your dream company.
Whenever consultant calls up you take his/her number if you are not in a position to talk to him at that time, take his personal number and make a call whenever you are free enough to discuss in detail. Then give a call to consultant and understand what he wants to say, let him explain the position to you and then you explain your profile to him in detail, so that he understands your profile in detail and shortlists you for an interview only if you are perfectly suitable for that profile otherwise, it would be a wastage of time for you as well as the consultant and of course for the HR person also who'll be looking at that CV. So make the communication very clear so there is no mis – communication and no ambiguity.
Sometimes it happens that consultant mentions name of such a client for which you are so much over excited that you completely ignore the profile part, never say yes yes yes and yes to all the queries of a consultant, he will be doing his best to convince you on all the things but you should know what are your expert areas and what is your limitation, for example let's say a consultant says I am looking for a candidate specifically for SAP module and in that too MM module, you have worked till now in sap PP module but you have studied MM module in some training and don't have any practical exposure to it, so you got to say it clearly that you have SAP PP module exposure , you have SAP MM exposure also but only theoretical not practical, you can do it if given a chance but only after some training and supervision, because if its not fit, its not going to click anyway.
So be very clear about the profile, there are lot many other things which I want to discuss, we'll discuss one by one later on.
An impressive body language is a controlled body language. If your body and mind are in complete control, you'll definitely exhibit a perfect body language. This control comes from how well experienced you are in giving interviews, how confident you are about yourself and about the job you have applied for, How positive or negative you are for this interview.
All these things together influence your mind control which ultimately leads to your body control. Controlled and balanced body gestures, friendly and welcoming facial expressions, natural hand and leg movements are the sign of comfort, confidence and trust on your capability and this is all what an impressive body language comprises of. If your mind is more in a state of confusion about how do you look, would you perform ok, how is your tie done, are your shoes polished, are you sitting right, and all then I am sure you can never crack that interview. I bet this. Once you are sure about yourself, everything goes right, so these beautiful no use articles about body language just create more confusion in our mind so just keep one simple thing in your mind while going for an interview that "you are going to make it big" or "I know I can do it" and then these positive lines will fill your persona with lots of positivity which leads to success only. Just being yourself in a little polished way is the key. Anyhow, whatever you say or do, the interviewer is not going to eat you or kill you for not expressing yourself in some desired manner. The worst thing which can be done to you is "rejected", well that is also important to finally enjoy selection.
Must keep in mind.
Though impressive body language automatically comes out when our body and mind are completely in control, still there are some very small things which we must keep in mind while going or sitting in an interview.
Think startup in India and its Bangalore or Gurgaon that come to mind, but of late, the city of Hyderabad is making inroads as a major destination for entrepreneurs in India.
A report by NASSCOM titled Indian Startup Ecosystem Maturing 2016 stated that around 70% of Indian startups are concentrated in Bangalore, Delhi and Mumbai.
The state of Telangana was formed in June 2014 – by this time, startups in India were booming with the spotlight solely on these three cities. The capital city of Hyderabad entered the fray in 2014, but has already laid the foundation for a robust startup ecosystem by collaborating with startups, investors, government, and academia.
One of the key factors in the growth of Hyderabad's startups is T-Hub, India's fastest growing startup engine and the country's largest startup incubator. Spread across 70,000 sq.ft, T-Hub's Catalyst building houses co-working spaces, meeting areas, networking sessions, events and conferences. SrinivasKollipara, founder and chief operating officer of T-Hub says, "We are taking a holistic view of building a start-up ecosystem."
T-Hub is fostering innovation and collaboration through three core business outreach programs. The first is the model of selection for startups to work in the building. After careful assessment, T-Hub brings on board startups best suited to solving real-time issues through technology. The second program is corporate innovation, where T-Hub acts as a conduit between major corporates and startups for better collaboration. "It's important for corporates to understand the vision of the startups, and equally important for startups to understand the needs of the corporate entities, and accordingly offer its services and solutions," explains Kollipara.
Moreover, T-Hub urges its startups to identify a niche and play to their strengths. According to the India Brand Equity Foundation, pharmaceuticals and information technology are among the leading industries in Telangana. In 2016, export of IT products from the state was valued at $10.42 billion. 20% of India's pharma exports come from Hyderabad, states the report. Kollipara says T-Hub is working with some disruptive startups in the agri-technology, healthcare, smart cities, transportation and deep tech domains.