What are common errors colleges make in the selection and recruitment of students?
In general: recruiters overlook students who have low SAT scores but have high GPAs, students that may have suffered some type of economic or familial hardship that interrupted their studies and therefore resulted in a less than outstanding transcript, high schools may send the wrong transcript
More specifically: Recruiters forget about applications. As in my case--I applied to the Univ of MD and was considered for an elite scholarship, however, my application was mysteriously forgotten about (I'm not sure if this happens often, so I think it is an unique experience).
For the most part, however college recruiters try to find a diverse group of students to admit.
If the student who have higher GPA and higher SAT get good colleges, when compared to the other students. But some students suffered due to the economic problem. The colleges give preference to the high score students. It is same as in the management entrance test. The management colleges choose the students who have higher JMET scores.
The question is somewhat misleading. If your question is, "How many students are selected for IIT from Tamil Nadu IN A PARTICULAR YEAR?", then the answer is: There is no state-wise quota for selection in IITs. The selection is based on marks scored in Common Entrance Tests. If, however, your question is,"How many students WERE selected for IIT from Tamil Nadu?", then the answer is: I do not know.
Speaking as an enlisted military member, the limitations of recruitment are far and few in between. Those that do exist however can be pretty major set backs to the organization recruiting individuals to its mission. The biggest set back is that the pool of candidates to choose from is going to be extremely limited by the availability and resourcefulness of the recruiters actually performing this task. In addition to that, the "lowest common denominator" will…
Contigency recruitment is when a recruitment firm only gets paid when they fill a position. Usually the client (company who is hiring) will pay a fee of 15 - 20% of the first year base salary. This is the most common type of recruitment. For more information you on contigency recruitment process look: http://www.goldbeck.com/recruiter_headhunter_services/canada_executive_search_recruiter.php http://www.media-types.co.uk/clients/default.htm#Contingency%20Recruitment
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It is one of the best colleges in DU for science courses sply physics/electronics and computer sciences. The labs are new and quite good. The college management has somehow managed to keep it free from politics which is common in campus colleges. Attendence rules are very strict and I have seen this college turning out average students into university toppers each year.
Can you email documents to colleges for your application such as recommendations or does it have to be mailed?
If you are using the Common Application, it is possible for your counselors and teachers to log on and submit the recommendations online. However, it is common for students to give stamped and addressed envelopes to their teachers and counselors so that the printed recommendations can be mailed. Be sure to include the forms for your Secondary School Report, Midyear Report, and Final Report.