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Praveen Chauhan
Praveen Chauhan

Praveen Chauhan

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Sachdeva Group

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I am Praveen Chauhan.In my family 9 members.I am married person.
Most Important Lessons
never say no in profession.
Areas for the Future
Good knowledge in domain area of the application adds value to the testing professionals. There are ever living domains like BFSI, Telecom, Health care, manufacturing, embedded etc. Numbers of certifications are available for each of these areas where the tester can get them certified.
Currently working at
I am working on Sachdeva Group Of institutions.Working with ElearnSoft [(www.myelearner.com)(Sachdeva's IT company].
Most Important Decisions
This open-ended question is one of the most difficult and stressful ones job seekers face. Employers ostensibly ask this question because they are looking for people who know what they want to do and who are focused on specific professional goals. If you lack goals, you will have difficulty answering this question. Be sure you arrive at the interview with a clear vision of what you want to do today, tomorrow and five years from now. Be consistent with the objective on your resume and the skills and accomplishments you're communicating to the interviewer. Your answer should be employer-centered. For example,

"In five years I hope to be working with an employer in an increasingly responsible position, that enables me to utilize my talents and work closely with my colleagues in solving important problems. I see myself taking on new and exciting challenges in an enjoyable environment and hopefully this will be with your company."

Do not indicate that you hope to start your own business, change careers, or go back to school. Such responses indicate a lack of long-term interest since you do not plan to be around for long. While some may respond that they honestly haven't really thought that far ahead, the interviewer infers that the applicant lacks vision and goals.
A Fine Balance:
Work-Life Balance is taking a bigger bite out of corporate profits than any other bottom line issue today. As a result it provides the biggest and easiest upside opportunity to immediately impact your business. Expect more than a ten fold return on investment in the first 6 months. (Reading time 120 seconds)
Plans for the Future
While it is not usually a good idea to try to be a Jim Carey in an interview, depending on how things have gone and who you are dealing with, you might inject a little humor here and ask: "When do you expect to be promoted?" ....or "When are you moving on?... This could easily break the ice. Serious
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