Hi All,
These days many people especially freshers who have lag in their acadamic performance choose this option which is sophisticatedly called "Back door Entry".
I would like to solicite your opinions that what do you think about this criteria.

From India, Chandigarh
Hi All,
These days people, especially freshers with comparitively low acadamic background have found it convinient to get into MNC's through this sophisticadedly termed "Backdoor Entry".
I would like to solicite your point of view on this system.

From India, Chandigarh
Please stay away from these scams. Companies hire talent that is trainable and employable. Stay focused at that. If the big ones have criteria difficult to be met, try the start-ups. They offer greater exposure and learning.
I don't want to sound high and holy, but a few grands less as a salary and working for no brand is far better, than getting caught up in these ponzi schemes.

From India, Mumbai
Dear Anirudh,
My personal opinion selection should be on the basis of merit i.e. skill, talent, experience knowledge and many more but not on the basis of academic mark secured.
I have come across many talented people but very poor academic mark. Experts your views.

From India, Bhubaneswar
I am Agreeing with you but MNC's don't want to take who is poor in academics! i am personally faced that situation.i was rejected by an MNC for a low % in my academics...i was qualified in all rounds but finally i was rejected for a poor academic performance.... i got SSC -66 %, iNTER (+2)- 55 %, Graduation (B.Com)- 44 %, Post Graduation (MBA)- 72%
Please seniors suggest me on this.........

From India, Vijayawada
Its all about the talent and way you can prove yourself in front of the company.
It no where written that you cant get big if you have right blend of ingredients under your kitty.
just wait for the turn to come.

From India, Mumbai
please don't involve in these kind of scams, even then if you don't get any chance try and try until u get ..you will definitely win some day ...only matters is to maintain patience...............
From India, Hyderabad

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