Book Review: “Get a Job WITHOUT an Interview”-Google & Beyond!


It feels happy that such a creation has been come up, firstly Congratulations! & Good luck!

I am delighted to review this book. The book has enormous information to communicate, although it’s small & handy. It is easy to read & draw the concepts. The book has removed the illusions of people that small books with less pages fail to convey enough thoughts, it has created one such milestone now.

For further reading visit http://shilpagoldy.wordpress.com/2014/07/30/

Books are available at-
Paper Back: http://pothi.com/pothi/book/santosh-avvannavar-get-job-without-interview
Ebook: http://pothi.com/pothi/book/santosh-avvannavar-get-job-without-interview

A Journey of Authdas (Authordas) to Surrogate Mother


Surrogate Author‘Writing books have taught me – True Devdas are authors.’

Writing and publishing four books and few in pipeline has taught interesting new things. Authors are exposed to criticism out there in open. There isn’t anything like hidden area! Good authors are one who write and basically not businessman, whereas there are showman too! Now this definition of good author realise on each individual as each one’s writing is meant for certain set of audience. Some critic have issue with story, some has with grammar, and some compare with their fantasy writers. I feel critic often become judgemental rather than being rational because they are better equipped with jargons. I perhaps feel there is no one out there who gets up one morning and says,’Let me write a bad novel.’Are anyone here like that? ‘Married people have options for divorce, authors are married with their books forever.’Another way to look into critics criticism is that, author does bookdan (“gift of virigin book’) to a reader, the reader is unhappy because of this new union (seen in marriages) and the issue comes back to the parents.Before critics make writers Authdas (Authordas), I decided long ago to become a ‘Surrogate Mother.’

Happy writing!

(c) Author of Adhuri Prem Kahnaiya I Dear Wife, Your Husband is not a Superhero I Second Heart I Get a Job WITHOUT an Interview I Be a B.A. (to published in Aug/Sep)

Reviews: Get a Job WITHOUT an Interview


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The book talks about the practical ways of managing your career by focusing on the basic and long term fundamentals.Best pick for the college students and professionals who are planning for a better career opportunity/growth.

The book is driven by 80/20 rule i.e. it focuses on the 20% core which can bring significant value to the 80% of your career/professional aspect i.e.Authors are able to connect to the audience by sighting the practical example/cases from the professional/corporate life.- Amit Chanchlani

Thank you for synthesizing preety much everything live/real in a way, a graduate or a student need it.
A very good narration of live example for the need for hire. and cool way of showing the importance of focusing on eternal career.
A fab way of presentation and the technical aspects are bound to this book.
An antithetical book for a job seeker especially.- Abhilash

Other reviews can be found at http://www.amazon.in/Get-Job-WITHOUT-Interview-definitely-ebook/dp/B00LFLQY6M/

or http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00LFLQY6M & http://pothi.com/pothi/book/santosh-avvannavar-get-job-without-interview

Second Heart Authors Interview @ Natasha’z Words


A few months ago, a book called “Second Heart” was published. It was written in order to create awareness among the general public about a very important organ, the kidneys. Kidneys are referred to as the second heart of the human body and hence the name of the book.

I had an opportunity to interview the authors of the book, Dr. Sandeep Huilgol and Santosh Avvannavar. I am sharing the interview below.

For further reading visit http://natashazwords.blogspot.in/2014/07/author-interview-2-dr-sandeep-huigol.html

For e-book http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00L8NPTUY and paperback book visit http://www.amazon.in/dp/B00K72DBIY

Happy Reading!

Get a Job WITHOUT an Interview Book launch


Get a Job WITHOUT an Interview – Google and Beyond
“We don’t mind to lose a good applicant,
but definitely not hire a bad applicant.”

by Santosh Avvannavar & Raghavendra Kumar Reddy

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The first copy of the book was opened by Dr.Meena R Chandavarkar, Vice Chancellor, Karnataka State Women’s University, Bijapur.
The book launch activity was held at Cuppa Koramangala, Bengaluru – the launch was done by N K Narasimhan,CEO and Founder, Nascor Technologies (former employee of Yahoo!, Sun Microsystem, L&T),Bengaluru; Darshan, Businessman; Philip K, Franchise owner of Cuppa Koramangala, Bengaluru attended by motivators (friends).
A copy of book was presented to Mr.Suresh Narasimha, CEO and Founder, TeliBraham,Bengaluru

What’s motivation behind this book?
Our research and close observation of the job interviewing process for graduates at Indian Institute of Science, Bengaluru during 2008 and 2009 for nearly 500 students in various companies, is the inspiration for this book.

How did the book shape?
The idea of book all began seven years ago; gathering information and compilation took one year, writing clear and concise manuscript took one and half year, revisions, addition, debate, arguments and others took another 6 months, decision of publisher and publication took another year. You see it takes a toll to convert an idea into a project!

What is this book all about?
Make it Big!-Google, Yahoo!, Microsoft, Amazon, Adobe
Strengths: Simplified Interview Structures, Best Hiring, Misconception to Programming
Weakness: Addition to Software Industry, Best Software Engineer, Steep Career Growth
Opportunities: Dream Job, Best Ways to Learn, Be a part of Best Companies
Threats: Sleepless Night, Software Syndrome, Neighbours Envy (look for back cover page)

How different is this book?
This book is intended to help people just not only to crack interviews, but build career. We have tried to emphasizes on need of hour and future dynamics of hiring process that industry is witnessing and rapidly changes that will take place in best of the companies. We hope to break the conventional learning methodology through this book.

Who all should read this book?
The book cover page and content might reflect that it’s for IT aspirants, but the book intends to give away for all the industry. IT industry begin an interdisciplinary, it might an important book to look forward. We authors believe that it’s a book for a long term. Readers will also find that it’s simple read, easy to understand and some chapter would seem hilarious.

Can you provide us link to order the book?
http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00LFLQY6M (kindle version at Amazon)
http://pothi.com/pothi/book/santosh-avvannavar-get-job-without-interview (Paperback at Pothi)
The book will also available at other portals in few weeks.

Media:
Vijayavani Newspaper
Get a Job WITHOUT an Interview-Vijayavani

Prajavani Newspaper
Get a Job WITHOUT an Interview Prajavani

Techgoss
http://www.techgoss.com/Story/625S11-Get-a-Job-WITHOUT-an-Interview.aspx

We request your encouragement, and support!
God bless

Einstein Story and Book Launch!



Authors view (Santosh Avvannavar and Raghavendra Kumar Reddy): The idea to project took nearly 7 years (writing and publication took nearly 2 years), we were always fascinated with the slick book that were clear, specific and precise (minimal filler). A unconventional book that is likely to break the Q&A format and provide a framework to begin. Why such book are important for a long term career goal? We like to tell this through a story –

Einstein won nobel prize for physics, many ears waited earnestly to hear his innovation each and everyone in those days. Very often Einstein would get invited by a university to speak about his innovation and motivate others. His driver would wonder seeing the crazy people had for him, cheered ‘Einstein, Einstein..’ as he walked into the auditorium. The driver used to hear the same presentation each day and wondered, if one could get nobel prize by giving such talk – why can’t I? He proposed a deal with his master that he could present like him and deserves to win a nobel prize. Einstein was happy and curious to see if his driver could take his position. Einstein became driver and the driver became Einstein as a trial. As media wasn’t popular, people weren’t aware how Einstein would really look like. The driver was made to look like Einstein and Einstein took the driver seat. As the driver walked into the auditorium, people cheered ‘Einstein, Einstein..’, he was overwhelmed by the people response. Einstein was surprised and happy to see his driver making presentation just like him. At the end of talk, the driver (Einstein at moment) was about a take his seat, a lady got up from her seat to ask a doubt. Driver didn’t know the Einstein is awarded nobel for his technical contribution over only mere a presentation. The doubt was, ‘If a ball is made to move from one end of the earth through a hole and the ball has to come through another hole….”. Driver presence of mind was something to admire, after listening to the question he quipped,’Lady, you are asking a very simple question to a nobel prize winner, my driver can answer such question.’ He asked his driver (Einstein) to answer this question. Jokes apart! The story is an example of Einstein innovation over failure is the result of nobel prize, the prize was worth because it was clear, concise and precise. Hence the number of pages doesn’t define a value of book!

The paper back is available at http://pothi.com/pothi/book/santosh-avvannavar-get-job-without-interview

The ebook is available at http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00LFLQY6M

Natasha’z Words: Book Review of Second Heart


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The blurb of the book says:

The book encompasses five five different heart touching stories with simple narration to bring an awareness about the misconception about kidney (referred as Second Heart) issues among general public. These are partly based on true stories about individual experiences. The book attempts on non-technical handling of a technical issue through emotional stories.
For further reading – http://natashazwords.blogspot.in/2014/07/book-review-13-second-heart.html

The book is available at A4dable.in I Amazon.in (paper back format) and Amazon.com (E-book format)