Asked in Job InterviewsAnnuities
Why would one join the banking sector after doing engineering?
Asked in Banking
Why would one join the banking sector after doing computer engineering?
banking is a growing sector and all the system now work on the computers...without computer they haven't any work doing.so there are realy nedded the employee who has good computer knowledge. they select the people bye exam and interview and then give the training for computer work but computer engineers have best knowledge of computer so they quikly learn it and perfectly do the work in short time which show the efficiency of the work much better than the others.
Asked in Job Interviews, Banking
Why would you prefer to go in a banking sector job?
Asked in Jobs, Job Search
Where would someone find a job in commercial banking?
Asked in Intellectual Property, International Laws
How can we maximize the shareholder wealth in banking sector?
Asked in Economics
Part of the economy that deals with health care and banking and education is called?
Asked in Banking, Mutual Funds
Who can invest in banking sector funds?
Asked in Banking, Statistics
What is the importance of statistics to banking sector?
Does reading and writing play any part of engineering?
Asked in Civil Engineering
After diploma in civil engineering if u do corresponding BE with doing job would be effect in future?
Is mechanical engineering better than electrical engineering?
When deciding what type of engineering you should go into ask yourself two questions: 1. What type of Engineering would I have the most fun doing? Do not limit yourself to Electrical Engineering and Mechanical Engineering. 2. Do I prefer a more abstract world or a more tangible world? Electrical Engineering is much more abstract than Mechanical Engineering (at least classical ME). You can not see those little electrons doing their thing. My father was an EE. I am a ME.
What is the difference between private sector bonds and public sector bonds?
What should you do to earn 200k a year in engineering?
Asked in Banking
Is investment banking part of the Core banking systems?
Asked in Genetic Engineering
Why would christians be against genetic engineering?
How many types of engineering are there?
Asked in Economics
What are the 4 sectors of the economy?
1) PRIMARY SECTOR OF THE ECONOMY: Involves the extraction and production of raw materials, such as corn, coal, wood and iron. (A coal miner and a fisherman would be workers in the primary sector.) 2) SECONDARY SECTOR OF THE ECONOMY: Involves the transformation of raw or intermediate materials into goods e.g. manufacturing steel into cars, or textiles into clothing. ( A builder and a dressmaker would be workers in the secondary sector.) 3) TERTIARY SECTOR OF THE ECONOMY: Involves the provision of services to consumers and businesses, such as baby-sitting, cinema and banking. ( A shopkeeper and an accountant would be workers in the tertiary sector.) 4) QUATERNARY SECTOR OF THE ECONOMY: Involves the research and development needed to produce products from natural resources. ( A logging company might research ways to use partially burnt wood to be processed so that the undamaged portions of it can be made into pulp for paper.) Note that education is sometimes included in this sector.
Asked in Math and Arithmetic, Geometry
What faces does a cone have?
A plane circular face and a curved shape which, if flattened out would be a sector of a circle. A plane circular face and a curved shape which, if flattened out would be a sector of a circle. A plane circular face and a curved shape which, if flattened out would be a sector of a circle. A plane circular face and a curved shape which, if flattened out would be a sector of a circle.