Want a Career Advice for Job Change

By pranali pranali Points: 40 | Level: Starter | Status: [Member]
Posted on: 6/18/2014 6:54:36 AM | Views: 2065 | Points: 30
Dear Sir/Madam,

Myself Pranali Patil. I have completed B.E. in computers in 2012 and working in a small software firm as a Jr. Software engineer since june 2013. Now I have completed 1 year here. In this 1 year I got good development experience on different technologies like JAVA ,Oracle, android.
But the yearly appraisal is very less so I started searching for a another job so I gave an interview in Capgemini ltd., mumbai in may 2014 for the post of Oracle PL/SQL developer and I got selected in Capgemini. But they offering me designation as Sr.Software engineer and package 3.1 lpa. As the interviews were conducted for candidates having experience between 0.6 months to 2 years. I have a doubt that there are high chances that they will put me on some support project.And I dont want to work on support projects at this stage.

So now I am confused what to choose the one where I am working or the capgemini. In current companay i have a package of 2.1 lpa.

Please help. Your advice will be appreciable.
Thank you.

Venkatmanohar's Advice on Thursday, December 18, 2014 :

Dear Pranali Patil,

Sorry for the delay in getting back to you. Not sure what is your current state now but I feel that this advice might be helpful. I suggest to stay in the same company for one more year and focus on learning the other technologies or try to expand your current job function by learning things proactively. This will help you got gain more experience and knowledge which will be an asset to your growth and career.


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