My Own World……

August 25, 2008

Betty Botter

Filed under: Uncategorized — jagrutivalani @ 5:04 am

Betty Botter
bought some butter.
“But,” she said,
“the butter’s bitter.
If I put it
in my batter,
it will make
my batter bitter.
But a bit
of better butter–
that would make
my batter better.”

So she bought
a bit of butter,
better than
her bitter butter.
And she put it
in her batter,
and the batter
was not bitter.
So ’twas better
Betty Botter
bought a bit
of better butter!

-By Anonymous


August 3, 2008

Happy Friendship Day

Filed under: Personal,Uncategorized — jagrutivalani @ 7:23 am
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June 30, 2008


Filed under: Uncategorized — jagrutivalani @ 12:34 pm
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1. Millions of sentences, Billions of words,
Zillions of characters,
All just to convey a simple feeling,
A feeling as old as humanity,
As faint as your smile,
And as beautiful as U.

2. Happiness is like a radio station, broadcasting all d time. U just have to learn how to tune in & receive it properly. Stay tuned n b happy always

3. I knocked at HEAVENS door
GOD asked “What is your wish of today?”
I said “Plz protect love and BLESS the one reading this message”
GOD smiled and replied “GRANTED”

4. Every moment of ur life is a picture which u had never seen before and which u’ll never see again. So enjoy n live life & make each moment beautiful.

August 29, 2007

Raksha Bhandhan

Filed under: Uncategorized — jagrutivalani @ 11:44 am

This is very nice gift for all brothers…….

From Loving Sisters

June 30, 2007

Tips For First Job

Filed under: Uncategorized — jagrutivalani @ 5:18 am

Beginning your first job search doesn’t have to be a frustrating experience. Students are often intimidated by the thought of the first job hunt after graduation but that process can be easier than they think if they remember the basic job search rules by John Petrik.

1. Get out into the real world.
An internship or part-time co-op job tells employers that you have already experienced a real-world work environment and know what to expect.

2. Communicate well with others.
No matter what career path you choose to follow — from nurse to computer programmer —you have to have solid written and oralcommunication skills to get a job.

3. Network, network, network.
Most grads land jobs through people they know — not by answering newspaper ads. So, make a list of your own contacts, such as professors, family and friends, and add to it by attending career fairs and other
professional associations and activities.

4. Be computer literate.
It’s the information age —you need to be able to demonstrate solid computer literacy that’s relevant to your field.

5. Put your best resume for ward.
A resume should be a concise, error-free,reader friendly, one-page document that can be easily scanned.

6. Research.
Take the time to learn about the company you are targeting by visiting its Web site or researching the company at the library.

7. Use examples.
Using specific examples from school or internships to answer questions about your experiences paints a clearer picture of your strengths and skills for the employer.

8. Smile!
It’s hard to smile when you’re on the hot seat—but a smile during an interview shows enthusiasm for the position and the company. Potential employers might interpret a non-smiling face as a lack of interest.

9. Show your thanks.
A thank you note following a phone or face-to-face interview reinforces your interest in the position and the company.


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