Vision and dreams are the blueprints of soul and achievements.
-Mohammed Ahmed F

Twenty19 Hiring in Chennai

Twenty19 Hiring in Chennai


At Twenty19, we strive to build awesome products for our customers - students & Companies. 'Making every customer happy' is something that we strive for - and we are looking to recruit a champion for Customer Happiness and operations at Twenty19.

In this role, your primary responsibility is to completely own and run the operations and support for Twenty19's company side of business - You will help companies use Twenty19, helping them recruit awesome interns. Apart from making an impact through your work, you will also be able to learn from the dynamic startup team at Twenty19.

How to apply:

Interested? Check our more details about this role here, and apply We will get in touch with you :)

Do you think someone else in your network (juniors, friends etc.) might suit this role? Please forward this job role to them.

Good luck!


Twenty19 Team.
50 Thoughts Motivates You to Do Anything

50 Thoughts Motivates You to Do Anything

50 Thoughts That Can Motivate You to Do Anything:

Motivation can be hard to come by, especially in the face of challenges or difficult work. When you’re thinking about implementing that new idea, or starting that new company or beginning that new regimen -- this is the new year, after all -- it’s easy to talk yourself into procrastinating. Or worse, avoiding your goal altogether.

Related: 5 Motivation Blocks Hurting Your Success, and How to Transform Them

Thoughts are powerful, and negative thoughts can prevent you from achieving your goals. The flip side is that positive thoughts can be just as powerful. The next time you feel unmotivated, use any of these 50 positive thoughts to reenergize yourself. Really: They work!

1. I can do anything. It’s a simple phrase, but it helps to remind yourself -- you really can do anything you set your mind to.

2. This is why I can. Instead of giving yourself reasons why you can’t do something, give yourself reasons why you can.

3. I deserve more. You deserve a better life -- whether that means a better job, a healthier body or more money. Work for it.

4. It’s never too late. No matter how old you are or how many opportunities you’ve passed up before, it’s never too late to make a decision and get a fresh start.

5. There will always be challenges. No matter what you do in life, there will always be challenges -- don’t let one set get the better of you.

6. There’s no "perfect" time. If you’re waiting for the perfect moment, forget about it -- there’s no such thing.

7. There’s no perfect plan. There are some definite flaws in your plan -- but there are in every plan.

8. Everybody starts somewhere. Nobody is born successful. Everyone starts somewhere, and usually from the bottom.

9. One step at a time. Don’t try to do everything at once. Reduce it to baby steps.

10. It can only get better. If it’s hard at first, it can only get easier.

11. Failure is temporary. If you fail, you’re in good company -- most successes come only after several rounds of failure.

12. Mistakes are learning opportunities. If you mess up, you can only become better for it.

13. Today is all I can control. Forget about what you did yesterday. Today is what matters.

14. If it were easy, everyone would do it. Nothing worth doing is easy.

15. “Someday” is today. If you’re like most people, you use the word “someday” to describe your goals and desires. Make today that someday.

16. Negative thoughts can’t stop me. Your negative thoughts are just thoughts -- nothing more.

17. I’ve done harder things. Think back to a time when you succeeded against the odds.

18. Everything has to be earned. You can’t get anything in this life unless you work hard for it.

19. Action is a better regret than inaction. Making the wrong decision is always preferable to regretting never having done anything at all.

20. I don’t need anyone’s permission. If people think you’re crazy, so be it.

21. I’m in control of my own destiny. You can decide whom you want to become.

22. There is no pass or fail. Nobody is grading you. You can’t objectively “fail” at life unless you never try anything.

23. Boring decisions get boring results. Make an exciting decision.

24. The risk is worth it. Know that risks are real, but the potential benefits are worth them.

Related: The 10 Biggest Motivation Killers and How to Fix Them 

25. Discipline feels better than regret. Discipline is hard, but it’s easier to deal with than regret.

26. Many good ideas seem crazy or impossible at first. Yours is no different.

27. I’ve got support. Friends, family, colleagues -- even if they think you’re crazy, you can always find support in networking groups, support groups and other community resources.

28. Experience is always valuable. Even if your mission doesn’t turn out the way you'd expected, you’ll walk away with experience.

29. Hard work is its own reward. You’ll feel good just for making the attempt.

30. Every day counts. Today, tomorrow and the next day are all steps toward your end goal.

31. What I see matters more than what others see. Forget about what others think -- prioritize what you think.

32. There is no problem that can’t be overcome. Everything can be solved or worked around.

33. Ordinary actions make an ordinary life. Nobody wants to be ordinary. Don’t let yourself be.

34. Everything can be improved. Even if you start out rough, you can always make improvements to your approach.

35. I can learn whatever I need to know. Free resources are plentiful.

36. I can master whatever I need to do. Practice can make you good at anything.

37. Willpower is all in my head. You can have all the willpower you want -- you just have to want it.

38. I know what I want. Know what your end goals are, and visualize them.

39. Feelings are the product of thoughts. If you’re scared or unsure, know that these are feelings generated by your thoughts; then you can control them.

40. Trying and failing is better than doing nothing. This is universally true.

41. I am whomever I want to be. There’s nothing stopping you from being whom you want to be.

42. I can’t win unless I try. Effort is the only way to get results.

43. My life is a product of my decisions. Make the ones that matter.

44. I’m better than I was yesterday. You’re older, wiser and more experienced than you’ve ever been before.

45. Nothing great happens overnight. Work and patience are your friends.

46. Once I get started, it will be easier. You’ll feel more motivated once you get rolling.

47. I’ll reward myself when I’m done. Even small rewards can be great motivators.

48. I’m doing this for more than just me. Maybe it’s for your family or community -- whatever "it" is, external motivation can be powerful.

49. There are always more chances. If you screw up, you can always try again.

50. If nothing else, this will make for a good story. You’ll walk away with great memories and interesting anecdotes.

The power of positive thinking isn’t just an adage -- it’s scientifically proven that positive thoughts (and the elimination of negative self-talk) can improve your mood, feelings, and performance. These thoughts should get you started doing whatever it is you need motivation to do. The rest is up to you.

TCS Hiring for Passport Seva Project in Chennai

TCS Hiring for Passport Seva Project in Chennai

Dear Mohammed Ahmed,

TCS is Hiring!! 

An amazing Opportunity for graduates to work with TCS. 

Tata consultancy Services (TCS) is executing a prestigious e-governance program for the Govt. of India and has set up large number of Citizen Service Centres across the country. To operate these service centres and deliver services to citizens, TCS urgently requires Customer Service Executives at Chennai. 

An Excellent Opportunity For Freshers (Non-Technical Graduates)

Designation: Customer Service Executive

Location: Chennai

Young graduates (BA/B.Com/ BBA/ B Sc) having 0-1 year of experience with an exceptional drive shall be preferred.

*Good Communication Skills
*Good Keyboard Skills 
*Regular Morning shift 
*No calling, No selling, Completely operational requirement 
*Excellent working environment similar to Bank. 
*Pleasing personality with problem solving approach. 

Interested candidates can walk-in for the interview as per the following schedule. 


Passport Seva Kendra
No 1, Banumathi Ramakrishna Road
(Land Mark: Near Vadapalani Vijaya Hospital)

Date: 18th to 20th Jan'16

Time: 10 am to 4 pm 

Contact Person:

Customer Service Manager
Passport Seva Kendra
No 1, Banumathi Ramakrishna Road
(Land Mark: Near Vadapalani Vijaya Hospital)

Please bring following documents for interview: 

1. Updated Resume 
2. Recent passport size photograph 

Please Note - BE, B Tech, MCA, MBA Graduates need not apply.

Thanks & Regards

S. Rengaramarajan
Human Resources - Passport Seva Project (Tamilnadu)
Tata Consultancy Services
3rd Floor, SKCL Central Square I
C28-35 Cipet Road, Thiru Vi Ka Industrial estate
Guindy, Chennai - 600 032
Mobile :9940799696
5 signs it’s time to quit your job

5 signs it’s time to quit your job

Do you dread going to work every day? Do you feel uncomfortable in your office environment? If yes, you need to know it’s time to quit your job. Here are some signs that indicate it’s time for you to move on:

1. Passion: Do you feel excited and passionate about what you do in office? It’s a must that you’re passionate about your job and learn new things at work every day. If you don’t feel excited about your job, then it’s time to move on.

2. Learning process: If you’ve been with a company for several years, there’s a higher possibility that the learning curve has flattened. In such cases, you should look out for new roles and challenges within or outside the company.

3. Involvement: If you aren’t being invited for important meetings despite doing your job very well, you should move on. This could also mean that your boss thinks you’re incapable of climbing the corporate ladder but just good enough for the daily routine work. This means it’s time to leave.

4. Pay hike: If you don’t find a decent increment in your salary, then it’s a sure sign that you should look out for a better job. Don’t wait for something to happen just because you are comfortable in that job. Give yourself some credit and make sure you get paid for your work correctly.

5. Stress: There should be a good balance between your personal and professional life. Don’t let you job increase your stress levels that could affect your health or personal life. If you are not being acknowledged for your hard work, it’s time to look out for a better job opportunity.

This work is produced by Simplus Information Services Pvt Ltd. Customer engagement through content.

1 Question before accepting a new Job

A Wharton professor says this is the one question you should ask before accepting a new job.

(George Lange) Wharton professor and author Adam Grant. 
Your workplace's culture has a huge impact on your happiness and success, which is why it's important to suss out a company's values, norms, and practices before you take a new job.

To do this, Adam Grant, a professor of management at Wharton who wrote the forthcoming book "Originals," writes in The New York Times that you need to ask one important question: "How is this organization different from all other organizations?"

The answer, he says, should come in the form of a story.

"Ask people to tell you a story about something that happened at their organization but wouldn't elsewhere," Grant suggests.

When listening to stories about what makes a company unique, it's crucial that you zero in on the values illustrated, or as he puts it, "the principles people show are important through their actions."

Grant says there are three in particular you should listen for in each story:

1. Justice and fairness: Job seekers should be able to see whether the organization they're interviewing is a fair place to work.

2. Safety and security: They should be able to tell whether it's safe to work there.

3. Control: Job seekers should be able to determine whether they can shape their destiny and have influence in the organization.
Hinduja Global Hiring

Hinduja Global Hiring



HGS is a leader in optimizing the customer experience. HGS provides a full suite of BPM services thereby helping clients become more competitive.

Hinduja Global Solutions, is a pure play business process outsourcing service provider headquartered in Bangalore, and part of the Hinduja Group. Formerly known as HTMT Global, the company re-branded itself as HGS in line with the group policy. It has 40000+ employees worldwide with a large employee base in India. It has presence in about 12 countries including Philippines, USA, UK, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Netherlands, Mauritius, UAE and Jamaica. In India, it has more than 24 "delivery centers" including major cities like Bangalore, Chennai, Hyderabad, Mumbai, and growing cities like Mysore, Nagercoil, Durgapur, Siliguri, and Guntur.

No. of openings: 80

Job Description

·         Multinational based organisation.

·         Deals with telecom process and support/services.

·         Fresher’s and experience of 0-2 years can be eligible.

·         Should be below in age of 28 years .

·         6days working.

·         Flexible in shifts

·         Immediate joiners preferable

·         Cab facility available

Qualification: 10+2 / Any Under Graduates

Salary: Up to 10K 

Skill Set

·         Good / Excellent English communication skill

·         Willing to work in Voice process-Domestic

·         Proficiency in computers with understanding of telecom

·         Self-Confident, objection handling skills, customer centric.

Walk-in Venue details:

Hinduja Global Solutions - 5th Floor, Jayanth Tech Park, Padmini Gardens, Mount Poonamalee Road, Nandambakkam,
Chennai 600 089

Landmark: Opposite to Chennai trade center

Date : 12-01-16 to 14-01-16

Interview time : 9:30 am to 4 pm

Reference HR : Hari Prasad @ 9500088018

Thanks & Regards

Hari Prasad B | Talent Acquisition |
HGS-ISPL, #23, Cathedral Garden Road, Nungambakkam, Chennai 600 034
Mobile: +91 9500088018| Board: +91-44-42898888 | Web:
Wanted Web & Android Developer in Chennai

Wanted Web & Android Developer in Chennai

Urgent opening for the following positions in an IoT (Internet of Things) based Startup in Chennai.

1. Android / Mobile App Developer (2 position):

Atleast 1 year experience preferred, freshers are encouraged to apply having done atleast 6 months course in Android / Mobile Apps Development with excellent project portfolio.

2. Web Developer (2 position):

Atleast 1 year experience preferred, freshers are encouraged to apply having done atleast 6 months course in related to Web Development (not designing) with excellent project portfolio.

Interested candidates can send their resumes to

Please share and refer your friends if this does not suits you.

Post Date: 02/01/2016
End Date: 06/01/2016

With regards,
Mohammed Ahmed F

Happy New Year 2016

New Year is not about changing the date or calender but about perception and commitment, it’s not about changing the actions and goal but attitude. May each and every day of yours is renewed with lots of good health, success, happiness, wealth and love.

Wishing you all a very Happy New Year 2016.

Mohammed Ahmed F​, Chief Administrative Officer.