Career Advice

By aditya912345 aditya912345 Points: 40 | Level: Starter | Status: [Member]
Posted on: 7/9/2013 2:33:37 PM | Views: 1519 | Points: 1
hello sir/mam,
i.m aditya from a.p.i want to seek an advice regarding my career.i completed my btech in cse stream in 2011 with aggregate of 60%.
after that due to family problems i didnot do any job..
now i want to start my career..what is the best method for me..
i didnot learn any languages or anything in these two years.
so how to start my career
i.m at present in Bangalore looking for jobs in both technical and non technical fields..
i want to do a bpo job and mean time learn java or any language
is it a correct decision ?
and companies are asking what i have done in these 2 years..what i have to te them?
and i cant afford to learn any courses due to middle class family?

Vishwas's Advice on Friday, August 23, 2013 :
This is challenging situation and one needs that extra efforts to overcome. They say "Tough times never last but tough people do". So pl. believe in your self and get rid the feeling that 2 years were not fruitful. Start afresh and look forward.Your % score has been good and there would be many opportunities around. Pl. explore the recruitment agencies, job portals and keep searching.In such difficult period, people generally shy away from friends or contact or approaching the prospective employers because of feeling low but actually reaching out  can be many a times is handy to get through the period and probably land up with a job. So spread the word in your network that you are looking for job and you wouldn't mind to start as fresher.

Hope this helps.

Note for Aditya912345 : You can respond to this advice by logging into the website.

Comments or Responses

Posted by: Nismeh on: 9/27/2013 | Level:Starter | Status: [Member] | Points: 25

This is a hard situation but there are different ways.Like in IT companies they are having operation department and even content writer. And I think both aren't dependent any technical knowledge. Any one can go ahead and can even do better with their career life. Best of luck :)

Login to post response

Disclaimer: Reply given to your question by our expert panels are based on their personal experience who have been successful in their career or are well acquainted in the role they are/were playing. This may or may not be suitable in a specific circumstances, please consider this as an advice that may help you carve your career. DotNetFunda.Com or its expert panel members will not be responsible for loss of any kind because of any decision you take based on these advices.