confuse on career ?

By krishna17117 krishna17117 Points: 200 | Level: Starter | Status: [Member]
Posted on: 12/9/2011 11:57:54 PM | Views: 3126 | Points: 30
I am the MCA graduate.My question actually i have to complete MCA in 2009 but due to some serious problems in my family (my fathers death due to cancer and i lost approximately 50Lakhs due to relatives in my family all are died in different situations)i completed my mca in 2011.from may 2009 to Dec 2010 i worked in bangalore as a dot net developer but that company closed without giving us the joining and reliving letters.then after that i joined in another company in hyderabad they are giving the salary by i have 2.6 years of experience without proofs.I am trying to put fake is it good or bad.i worked on 3 projects and i have a sound knowledge on dot net and sql server also.i wanted to try as a fresher for mncs but mncs require through out 70% which i didnt have in degree(BSc) .that they have so many rules.even some of my friends put fake and joind in mncs and well settled and what is your advice.dont give me moral and ethical advice bcoz those not work in real life my life is example

Kapil's Advice on Monday, January 16, 2012 :
We cannot be advise you to do something wrong based on successful cases of fake certificate because in our companies we may be fighting against the same things.  Hence, we cannot take the opposing stand on this issue. 
These types of actions have to be self-decided. 

However, Be truthful - and mention in resume the companies you have worked whether you have proof or not. Mentions all the projects you have worked on. And then after you have been selected you can discuss with your HR about what alternatives you can use for proving the experience.   

Experience Letter, Employment letters, Relieving letter, Form-16, Appreciation letters, Appraisal letters  or any other letter  which describes you being an employee in company are some alternatives
Other alternatives could be (but is subjective to company may or may not recognize it but suffices in Visa).  
- Affidavit from colleagues or reporting manager with job responsibilities   
- Self declaration notarized affidavit with job responsibilities

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