We're looking for critical thinkers who would like to play a key role qualifying iOS applications and the frameworks that support them. Our team practices agile, fast-paced development that relies heavily on a tight relationship between engineering and QA.
- Strong coding skills, preferably in C/Objective C
- A passion for user-focused design & high quality technology
- Comfortable and adaptable in a fast-paced and informal environment
- Thorough knowledge of iOS, Mac OS X and Windows operating system
- Good understanding of OOPS & programming concepts
- Excellent debugging skills to solve challenging problems
- Strong commitment to technical quality assurance as a key part of the development cycle
- Previous programming or tools development experience a plus
- Excellent spoken and written communication skills
To be successful in this role, you must have a keen interest in understanding how things work end to end, while always delivering great end user experience. This role will require working closely with many cross-functional teams to optimize power on software features across all layers in the stack. It will also require a strong systems background, a good sense for software architecture, and strong debug skills.
- BS/MS in computer science, Information Technology, or equivalent
Preferred skills and experience:
- 1.5+ years of industry experience
- Experience working with many cross-functional teams
- Hands on experience with either social/enterprise or utility apps.
If you fit this bill, please send us resumes at jobs [at] uniapply.in
Nearly 210,000 MBA Aspirants have filled up applications for Common Admission Test 2013 (CAT 2013). Historically, this number is on decline since last couple of years. Below table shows number of applicants for CAT since 2008.
CAT Application Y-O-Y Growth Chart
|Year||Number of CAT Applications|
CAT 2013 will be conducted by IIM-Kozhikode
By end of last week, Indian Institute of Management (IIM)-Kozhikode sold total of 209,000 application vouchers. Counters were open till Monday evening and IIM officials said the number of applications would cross 2.10 lakh.
CAT 2013 Start date is October 11, 2013
CAT 2013 will span upto total of 27 days from its starting which is on 11 October running till 6 November 2012. And as earlier, the CAT scores will be applicable at 13 IIMs and approximately 150 other Indian management institutions.
CAT 2013 Pattern
The format of the CAT 2013 will be same as that of last year. CAT 2013 will be a computer-based test and have two sections of 1 hour and 10 minutes each. There will be 30 questions in each section, including quantitative ability and data interpretation, verbal ability and logical reasoning.
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Interviews have begun for the new academic session at the Panjab University campus and counseling scheduled has been announced.
The admission scheduled for the session 2012-13 for Department of Urdu MA (I) urdu will be held on July 9 from 10am to 5pm on PU campus. Students have been asked to get their original documents and other relevant papers related to admission on the day of interview.
At the department of Botany interview for admission to MSc. (Hons. School) semester will be held on July 13 at 10.30 am in the Office of the Chairperson, Department of Botany, PU campus for the candidates who have qualified the OCET-2012 in the Botany conducted by P.U. and have submitted admission form in the Department.
Having been recognized as a constant innovator in terms of program designing, IIM-Shillong on Thursday formally launched its first executive post-graduate programme (PGPEx) on international business with special reference to China, which is being dubbed as the first ever in the arena of business studies.
"The programme is an outcome of visionary leadership paving the way for a fruitful collaboration with the Ocean University of China located at Qingdao," a spokesperson for the youngest B-school in the country said.
"This is a strategic move, and we have chosen to deliberately tie up with OUC's economics department rather than its business school. We are of the opinion that this will help enhance synergies and derive better insights into the Chinese economy and business culture. Our motto is to never duplicate resources but in fact synergize to get the best out of collaborative efforts in terms of expertise and use of resources," said Ashoke Kumar Dutta, director of the institution.
Addressing the first batch of 35 students undertaking the PGPEx, Dutta's exhorted, "We expect you to be morally upright, intellectually competent, socially committed and spiritually inspired, all the while taking advantage of being a member of the IIM-S community."
TKA Nair, adviser to the Prime Minister, lauded the innovative approaches of IIM-Shillong in terms of its use of technology and more so its programmes. Nair said in a changing global economy in the context of changing relationships with China, the avenues for business must be grasped to ensure a sense of well-being for the general populace of both countries. "China's role and global economy is bound to grow in the days to come and we have to learn to live and compete as a friendly neighbour," he said. Nair portrayed that the programme, being launched by IIM-Shillong, is "extremely timely and will benefit the country at large."
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Private medical colleges are opposed to any review of admissions at the moment saying that they were planning to send their management quota merit lists to NTR University of Health and Medical Sciences in Vijayawada for its approval.
"If the government suspected foul play in the admission process, it should have looked into the matter before the opening of the process. This is no time for a re-evaluation of admissions," said Laxman Rao, secretary of the consortium of private medical college managements.
Sources said that the governor's directive to the government calling for a second look at management quota admissions was based on proof of sale of seats submitted by NGO Save Merit Society. The NGO in question had earlier approached high court seeking a stay on admissions at this colleges. The case will come up for hearing on July 8.
"Several colleges in the state have sold their management quota seats at prices in excess of Rs 45 lakh. Some colleges have even charged Rs 1 crore for a five-year MBBS degree. We have been fighting against this practice," said VARK Prasad, the NGO's president. In its petition to the court, the complainant has mentioned 14 colleges which have allegedly been selling their seats at exorbitant rates.
Up to 40% of seats in medical colleges are marked for the management quota for which admissions are to be made on the basis of merit. The fee prescribed for management quota is Rs 5.5 lakh per annum for a course that lasts four years and six months.
As per GO 136, this fee should be collected in four instalments. "None of these rules are followed by private medical college managements," Prasad alleged.
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