Category Archives: Career Builder

Words of the June Month [Part 3]


1.   redoubt \rih-DOWT\ , noun:   

1. A small and usually temporary defensive fortification.
 A defended position or protective barrier. Continue reading

Words of the June Month [Part 2]

slide1aopt1.   rebarbative \ree-BAR-buh-tiv\ , adjective:  
Serving or tending to irritate or repel.

Over the past couple of hours a lot of rebarbative, ulcerated and embittered people had been working hard at bedding their resentments down in sensory-deprivation tanks full of alcohol. Continue reading

Words of the June Month [Part 1]


Learn A Word A Day

1. segue \SEG-way; SAYG-way\ , intransitive verb:  

1. To proceed without interruption; to make a smooth transition.

    1. An instance or act of segueing; a smooth transition. Continue reading

Words of the week


1)    parlous          \PAR-luhs\ ,          adjective:

             Attended with peril; fraught with danger; hazardous.

It was a parlous time on the Continent, when Communists and fascists vied brutally for supremacy.
— Howard Simons, “Shots Seen Round the World”, New York Times, September 22, 1985 Continue reading

Word of the Day: Cimmerian

Cimmerian \si-MEER-ee-uhn\ , adjective:  

1. Very dark; gloomy; deep.
2. Classical Mythology. Of, pertaining to, or suggestive of a western people believed to dwell in perpetual darkness.

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How to measure time taken by a function in C?

                  To calculate time taken by a process, we can use clock() function which is available time.h. We can call the clock function

at the beginning and end of the code for which we measure time, subtract the values, and then divide by CLOCKS_PER_SEC (the number of clock ticks per second) to get processor time, like following. Continue reading

Career Builder: Email Etiquette

Most of the students will start working in an MNC.
There were time where we laughed at some mails, which were written in very good English.
But, now its not time to laugh. Those things are important in communicating through emails. 
Do you like others laughing at your mails ? Do not give them a chance!
Do we all know the use of BCC and CC ? Know them first. 
I hope, you will follow the etiquette in your future mails.
Practice mailing properly, there will be a different view about you, where ever you work.

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