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Honeywell International ( www.honeywell.com ) is a Fortune 100 global diversified technology and manufacturing leader.

Each of the company’s four businesses - Aerospace, Automation and Control Solutions, Transportation Systems, and Specialty Materials - has operations in India. Honeywell has set up state-of-the-art manufacturing and engineering operations for its automation, turbocharger and refining businesses and operates its global centers of excellence for research, product development and innovation in India. Honeywell directly employs more than 10000 people based in Delhi, Pune, Bangalore, Hyderabad, Chennai, Gurgaon, Madurai and several other cities.

The recruitment process
After completing an online application, you'll need to submit a copy of your Year 10-12 results, and a resume with details of extra-curricular activities and work experience. There will also be free-text questions about your interests and hobbies, and why you want to join our apprentice program. Phone Interview If you successfully meet the selection criteria, you'll be contacted for a phone interview by our partners at Manpower. They will ask a range of questions relating to your application, as well as your understanding of what our program entails and the type of work with which Honeywell is involved. Aptitude Testing If you perform well at your first interview, you will be asked to undergo a series of aptitude tests. These include verbal, numerical and mechanical reasoning. No preparation is needed and results will be kept confidential until the end of the process. You'll be able to ask for feedback then. Interview You will be invited to meet with at least one Operations Manager and a representative from Human Resources. The interview will allow us to get to know you better. It will also provide you with more information about what it is like to be a Honeywell apprentice and the type of work you will do. Reference Checking You'll need to provide two referees who can speak about your performance at school and/or work. Appointment If successful, you'll receive a letter of offer, with a start date most likely in late January/early February.

 A description of the research and/or scholarly activities in which the Ford Fellow will be engaged. There are four components to the Ford Fellowship application:  A description of the teaching responsibilities the Ford Fellow will assume. The description should indicate not only the anticipated responsibilities of the candidate but also how the faculty mentor will provide support and guidance. A faculty mentor may supervise a formal research project and allow the student to earn college credit for this activity.Ford The Selection Process Generally. This part of the application is to be completed by the student in close consultation with the mentor. Stan Galicki. Together. a faculty member may approach a student and encourage him or her to apply for the Teaching Fellowship. Applications are available from the Director of the program. and are due in his office the first week of April each year to be considered for the coming fall semester. in which the Fellow will participate. . Dr. Alternatively. The Selection Committee generally allows four weeks for proposal development and writing. or classes. Late applications will not be considered by the Selection Committee. This part of the application is to be completed by the student in close consultation with the mentor. a student may ask a faculty member to sponsor his or her application to the Ford Teaching Fellows Program. and how the faculty mentor will provide support and guidance. and whether college credit will be earned. the faculty mentor and the student will submit to the Ford Teaching Fellows Selection Committee a proposal in which they as a team propose a program suitable to their own discipline and goals. Or the faculty member and student may share in a less-structured reading program in which intellectual enthusiasm is shared. There is a wide variety of possible formats for these activities. The description should indicate the class. the anticipated responsibilities of the candidate.

it is important to provide enough information to help them make their decisions.  A statement by the faculty mentor describing why he or she wishes . A statement by the student explaining why he or she believes the Ford Teaching Fellowship is a good personal opportunity. Since the committee member may not know each one of the applicants.