Hi Friends,

Even as I launch this today ( my 80th Birthday ), I realize that there is yet so much to say and do.

There is just no time to look back, no time to wonder,"Will anyone read these pages?"

With regards,
Hemen Parekh
27 June 2013

Wednesday, 17 November 2010


17 Nov 2010


When Ali Khan of Pakistan gets from Australian students, assignments to write term papers / essays / dissertations., he is not causing any job loss in Australia.

These are “ jobs “ that no Australian teacher is supposed to be engaged in. And at $ 2/- per assignment, who would be interested, in any case ?

23 year old Pakistani graduate says,

“ It is my part time job. I get work from all over the world, including Australia, US and the UK. “

It is not a question of  parents and academicians not liking this trend.

Question is :

When they graduate , will there be ‘ any ‘ jobs for these students?

Hemen  Parekh

Tuesday, 16 November 2010


Customized Resumes

A few days back, I came across a brief write-up ( at “ Virtual “ ) in DNA re :

You write :

“ What makes this site unique is that it has different resume formats for different jobseekers, depending upon their choice of profession…………The site is also extremely helpful to cross-check your resume “.

I have looked up the site and it is indeed helpful.

You may, however, want to share with your readers, some jobseeker-friendly features of my own website


·                           It converts ( online / automatically / instantly ) any text resume into 8 anytical graphs

·                           By “ reshuffling “ the “ positions “ of these graphs within the resume, a jobseeker can create 40,320 unique versions of his / her resume

·                           Any 3 versions can be “ saved “ and used at will, to Apply Online against different jobs

·                           A jobseeker can blast his / her resume to some 39,000 Corporate / Recruitment Agencies around the World

·                           A jobseeker can receive daily / weekly job-alert emails for matching jobs

·                           A jobseeker can even pull these matching job-alerts from his / her mobile


         even “ Apply Online ” directly from mobile ( even a low end/ non-GPRS connected handset )

·                           A jobseeker can download  “ Resume  Rater “ and rate his / her own resume – then compare with the “ Rating Scores “ of friends !

·                           All of our services are absolutely FREE.

I regret I could not make my email “ short “ as desired.

If there are any questions, feel free to phone me on ( M ) 0-98,67,55,08,08  or ( Off ) 022- 670,70,360

Hemen  Parekh

Thursday, 4 November 2010

“ Motivated “ in your resume? Don’t even say !

In your resume, if you write that you are “ motivated “, you are not alone.

In his profile, every jobseeker writes that he is motivated.

Since LinkedIn has profiles of over 85 million members, it was able to compile the following list of the most used / overused / abused words:

Ø   Motivated
Ø   Extensive experience
Ø   Innovative
Ø   Proven track record
Ø   Dynamic
Ø   Team player
Ø   Proactive
Ø   Entrepreneurial
Ø   Skill set
Ø   Problem solver

Spokesman of LinkedIn offers following advice to jobseekers ( jobless or even currently employed ) :

“ These phrases can appear empty to potential employer and may do more harm than good when you include them in your profile or resume. If you’re using any of these ten terms, wipe them out “.

In the meantime, recruiters are waiting for a software which will automatically reject any resume that contains more than 2 of these words !

With regards

hemen  parekh

Jobs  for  All  =  Peace  on  Earth

Tuesday, 2 November 2010


2 Nov 2010


No one knows following scenario better than you:

Sept. 2003
Sept. 2009
Sept. 2010
ARPU (Rs / Month)

 SMS / User / Month.



For your circle, would you like to raise SMS / User / Month to, say, 100?

I can help you achieve just that by offering a VAS / Content that your subscribers cannot resist.

And I offer this VAS / Content absolutely FREE !

In case of interest, feel free to phone me on (M) 98 67 55 08 08 (Mumbai) / ( O ) 67070360 or write to me.

Hemen Parekh

Monday, 1 November 2010


1 Nov 2010


Do you want – and absolutely FREE too ,

Daily job alerts on your mobile ?

Apply for jobs directly from your mobile ?

Access / view your “ My Job Alert “ page on our website, even from a low-end ( $ 20 ) / non-GPRS mobile ?

All you need to do is , send  SMS

jam(space)alert …….to……..9756510001

Experience the life-simplifying power of Tasklet Technology developed by HP Labs – India. Let jobs come searching for you !

Hemen  Parekh


To worship the “ Goddess “ of English language, citizens of village Banka ( Lakhimpur-Kheri district ), in a remote region of India, have contributed to build a temple for the “ Goddess “ of English language and installed a 3 feet tall statue of the “ Goddess “ !

And this is no ordinary Goddess !

Inspired by the Statue of Liberty, the idol is in the shape of a computer holding a pen, a copy of the Indian Constitution and donning a gown and a hat !

Then adorned the temple walls with symbols / notations / equations of Physics / Chemistry / Mathematics and idioms – proverbs of English language.

Poor villagers of Banka are convinced that they have remained backwards due to their lack of knowledge of English language. No one is ready to even interview them !

They do not want to join the ranks of 38 million unemployed Indian graduates who have registered on 900 + State Employment Exchanges.

Who knows, English could well prove to be a “ Goddess that delivers“!
Hemen  Parekh