Sabeer Bhatia – Co-Founder Of Hotmail

Sabeer Bhatia

Sabeer Bhatia (born 1968) is the co-founder of Hotmail and an entrepreneur.


Sabeer Bhatia was born in Chandigarh, India on 13th december 1968. His father, Baldev Bhatia, started as an officer in the Indian Army and later joined the Indian Ministry of Defence, while his mother, Daman Bhatia, was a senior official at the Central Bank of India. Bhatia was schooled at the St. Joseph’s Boys’ High School in Bangalore. In 1985, he began his undergraduate education at the Birla Institute of Technology and Science (BITS) in Pilani and was transferred to Caltech after two years at BITS.


Tough Interview Questions

Tough Interview Questions

1. Silence

The silence left by an interviewer is not an invitation to babble or a license to ramble. In fact, it is a calculated tactic used by many a sophisticated employer to make you do precisely that. Avoid breaking the silence and above all don’t lose your cool. Stay casual and relaxed, maintain your friendly demeanor and wait for the employer to break the silence. Remember in an interview the nonverbal cues you give are being observed as closely as your words, tone and diction.


How Music Affects The Human Brain

Music can help the brain of musicians

Scientists have found music trains the brain for higher levels of thinking. The information being studied activates the left brain while the music activates the right brain. Activities which engages both sides of the brain at the same time, such as playing an instrument, causes the brain to be more capable of processing information.

Music connects and develops the motor systems of the brain, and enhances coordination, concentration and memory. In a recent study at the University of California, it was found that music increases spatial-temporal reasoning — the reasoning used in learning higher forms of math and science.

High school students who study music have higher grade point averages than those who don’t.


How to Maximize Employee Engagement

What is Employee Engagement?

Employee Engagement is loosely defined as the level to which employees are fully involved in their work, committed to their work, care about their organisation and colleagues and are willing to extend themselves and go the extra mile for their company to ensure its success.

The Conference Board in the USA in its 2006 publication “Employee Engagement, A Review of Current Research and Its Implications”, describes employee engagement as “a heightened emotional connection that a employee feels for his or her organization that influences him or her to exert greater discretionary effort to his or her work.”