hello to all..
i belongs to poor family & for this reason i had discontinued my graduation. i did only 1st sem... but i ve studied some software devloping languages from some institute & also did MCSE.. but am a undergraduate so i made false certificates on my admission & registration number which is in college.. just to show am a graguate.. so in this senario, is my certificates will be verified though am fresher... plz help me wat i do.. plz show me rite path.

From India, Bangalore
i believe that whatever you have done is a serious crime according to law
but in this world you are not the only one done such thing
but lots of people doing this
i think that just dont worry abt that this scenario believes in the candidate who are self motivated.
Be confident & if possible get in some good course & be an expert of your area.....
(hr executive)

From India, Ahmadabad
i agree with pratik ,, u should really enrolld in some good course, rather ruining ur carrer with the forged document..
develop your strength areas and b a master of your skill.
u can do a part time job so that u can bear the cost on your own...
Definately hard work nver go for a tossed.
all the best...
Shabana Jamal.

From India, Calcutta
Start working and alongside complete your graduation from some evening college/ correspondence. Better to avoid submitting forged documents.
From India, Delhi
Graduation is not always necessary for success, but definitely one of the license card which can help you to go there. So work on getting a graduation, even distance education would do for working people like you. Many admin, hr, sales guys who earn more than 5 lakhs per annum without graduation who are known to me. they grow along with the company by being Honest and committed to the role. You can become rich and also aim to raise your kids in such a way they complete their graduation without any hurdles what you faced
World is an available road for the minds who has guts to travel. By the way I am also from a poor family. Earned and then completed my studies. I wish you all the best.

From India, Pondicherry

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