Friday, January 6, 2017

Best PMP Certification Training Institutes In Chennai

1. Nishtha Institute of Training and Education

Address: 127, Habibullah Road, T. Nagar, Opposite Ramarao Kala Mantap,
Chennai, Tamil Nadu 600017
Phone: 9677077910

2. International Institute of Project Managements

Address: No. 24, Dhandapani Street, T. Nagar, Burkit Rd, T Nagar,
Chennai, Tamil Nadu 600017
Phone: 99307 68849

3. Catalysts

Address: 4/6, Tripura Apartments, Giri Road, T.Nagar,
Chennai, Tamil Nadu 600017
Phone: 096000 62201

4. SKilLogic ITIL and Prince2 Training in Chennai
Address: 51, Nelson Manickam Rd, Rajaram Mehta Nagar, Aminjikarai,
Chennai, Tamil Nadu 600029
Phone: 044 3083 3550

5. Adept Technology Pvt Ltd

Address: New No. 80, IIIrd Floor, opp chola sheraton), Cathedral Rd,
Chennai, Tamil Nadu 600086
Phone: 044 2811 9060

6. Management Scholars Academy
Address: 48 B Mangalam Apartments, PS Siva swami Road, Mylapore, Balasubramaniam St, Nagarathinam

Colony, Sullivan Garden, Mylapore, Chennai, Tamil Nadu 600004
Phone: 098407 57994

7. Dreams plus Consulting Pvt Ltd

Address: New No-75, 1st Floor, Burkit Road, T. Nagar, Chennai, Tamil Nadu 600017
Phone: 044 2432 2519

Thursday, December 15, 2016

Top 4 opportunities for pmp certified professionals in india



1.       It improves your all-round knowledge of project management - As a project manager (or a team leader), even if you had handled a few projects, there are always aspects of project management most people do not deal with in their day-to-day work (depends on the organization, projects etc.). For example, I had previously worked only on fixed cost budgets and never had to go through the grind of estimating and budgeting. There are others whose PM roles are often diluted to that of just a co-ordinate. While preparing for the PMP, I got to close these gaps in my knowledge that I hadn’t gained through experience. This not only helps you tackle situations in future projects better, but also gives you leverage even when attending interviews (wherein you can demonstrate knowledge of project management processes you may not have worked on but which you understand, nevertheless. This is always better than saying, “No, I didn’t do that in my projects and don’t know about it” when asked about an unfamiliar process)

2.      It gives you a competitive edge over non-certified peers - There are dime-a-dozen postings for project managers every other day by major corporate organizations. I used to see how one single project management opening had often 300–500 applicants on LinkedIn. The numbers can be overwhelming for a recruiter and they need a mechanism to filter out candidates. They would do it ideally by checking if the candidate has the relevant number of years of experience and the necessary experience in the given domain/industry. Finally if they still have candidates who have similar number of years of PM experience and the necessary domain exposure, a certified person will hold the edge when it comes to getting into an interview shortlist.

3.      Makes you an easier chose for clients - A company can also show their clients that a project manager assigned to a new project is PMP certified. This is reassuring to clients because they now know for certain that a new PM has enough understanding of standard PM methodology and practices and therefore is likely to have a more structured approach towards the project.


4.      Greater probability of promotion within an organization - Since you have mentioned that you’re in a team leader role, you would be able to use the PMP certification as a leverage to move up the ladder - I have seen this happen in many organizations (a friend who worked with Deloitte told me how attaining the PMP certification allowed managers to perch one grade higher in his organization).

Tuesday, November 1, 2016

Top 10 Benefits of PMP Certification

1. Increases your salary dramatically

2. Expands your market reach

3. Provides greater job opportunities

4. Brings you challenging projects

5. Displays your ability to handle challenging projects

6. Showcases your skills to global employers

7. Improves project performance

8. Enhances your skills

9. Recognizes your project management skills worldwide

10. Sets you apart

Friday, September 30, 2016

Top Benefits Of PMP Certification



1. Increases your salary dramatically

2. Expands your market reach

3. Provides greater job opportunities

4. Brings you challenging projects

5. Displays your ability to handle challenging projects

6. Showcases your skills to global employers

7. Improves project performance

8. Enhances your skills

9. Recognizes your project management skills worldwide

10. Sets you apart

Saturday, September 17, 2016

What are the requirements for PMP Certification?


Make sure that you are eligible to become a PMI certified project manager

It is really quite simple to find out if you are eligible or not to take the PMP® Exam. Do you have a high school diploma, an associate degree, or the global equivalent of these? Then you must have a minimum of five years (60 months) of unique, non-overlapping professional project management experience of which at least 7,500 hours must have been spent leading and directing project tasks. (Non-overlapping means that if you managed two projects in the year 2006, then that only counts as 12 months and not as 24.) Do you have a bachelor degree or its equivalent in your country? Then you must have a minimum of three years (36 months) of unique, non-overlapping professional project management experience of which at least 4,500 hours must have been spent leading and directing project tasks. In both cases, you must also show that you have had 35 contact hours of project management training. The good news is that all project management related training from your entire life counts. So, if you are 30 years old and you took a 2-day PM class when you were 21 years old then you already have 16 contact hours. (One contact hour is equivalent to one actual hour (60 minutes) of training or instruction received.) 


Answer as many Sample PMP Exam Questions as you can

1. In which Project Management Process group is detailed Project budget created?

 1. Initiating
 2. before the project management process
3. Planning
 4. Executing

2.  Which of the following conflict resolution techniques will generate the MOST lasting solution? 

1. Forcing
 2. Smoothing
 3. Compromise
 4. Problem solving

3. The project management process groups are: 

1. Initiating, planning, expediting, and control.
2. Plan, organize, develop, and control.
3. Plan, do, observe, commit.
4. Initiating, planning, executing, monitoring &controlling, and closing.

4. Which of the following is NOT an input to the initiating process group? 

1. Company processes
 2. The company culture
3. Historical WBSs
4. Project scope statement

5. Workarounds are determined during which risk management process? 

1. Identify Risks
 2. Perform Quantitative Risk Analysis
3. Plan Risk Responses
4. Control Risks

6. Quality is:

 1. Meeting and exceeding the customer's expectations.
2. Adding extras to make the customer happy.
3. The degree to which the inherent characteristics fulfill requirements.
 4. Conformance to management's objectives.

7. An output of administrative closure is the creation of: 

1. Project archives.
2. A project charter.
3. A project management plan.
 4. A risk analysis plan.

8. A temporary endeavor undertaken to create a new product or service is called a:

1. New product development.
2. Project.
3. Program.
4. Enterprise.

9.  A group of related projects that are managed in a coordinated way that usually include an element of ongoing activity is called a:

 1. Major project.
2. Project office.
3. Program.
 4. Group of projects.

10. Configuration management plan is:

 1. Used to ensure that the description of the project product is correct and complete.
2. The creation of the work breakdown structure.
3. The set of procedures developed to control changes.
4. A mechanism to track budget and schedule variances.


Study Hard and have a Plan

Studying for the PMP® Exam is a serious endeavor and requires personal dedication. Manage your road to becoming a PMP like a project and create a plan — a study plan. In this plan, define how many hours you will study every day, how many chapters you will read, and how many sample questions you will answer. Having a good plan is the start. Then you will also have to tell your family and friends about it. That way they know that you will be "gone" at times for the next 2-3 months to prepare. But don't overdo it. You should plan on having breaks and leisure time as well. You need variety in your life so don't forget to go and see a movie every now and then or have a drink with your friends. Be prepared for ups and downs during your studies. Some sections of the PMBOK® Guide will be easy for you and you’ll feel great. Then there are those sections that are more difficult because you don't have any experience. Don't despair. Don't think that you are never going to understand this. Thousands of people have passed the exam before you and you can pass it too! Stay positive at all times. You will achieve your goal of becoming a PMP.