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Hi Suriarya, First of all, getting 100% increment is not a hard target, as I seen some of my friends have achieved that, when they changed their company. Most important thing is that, you have to prove yourself at interview that you have all the skills and competencies for the position you are applying for.
With justified reasons or without any justified reasons, no company will give you 100% hike, unless someone has that kind of budget for the role and you are the PERFECT fit for that role. It took you 4 years to move from X amount to 2.60 Lakhs, based on your performance or efficiency, so why someone will give you 100% for switching to another company? In case of job change from one company to another, the following is the pattern of increase in salaries:
1) Within same city: 20-40%.
2) Another city: 40-75%
3) Another Country: 100-300%.
Let me know if you have any queries.

@ Roni...
Exactly roni not only your frinds.. my frndz who worked with me same salry and same work, just by chaging the company now are getting max double what they had per you its not a big deal...let see hoping for best after march.
And thank you Sanjeev sir.
its correct as per your analysis. I should show some skills and talent, but at the same time I cant promise the amount of result at the time interview.sure Sir I will contact you if I need some persoanl info..thank you so much.

Hello Seniors
Here I have another doubt.....wat will happend If I do 2 jobs at a time. I mean one is full time and 1 is part time? but both are for multinational company's? if there way to convert my current job into part time just for 4hrs / day and get into a new job with full time, not to worry abt timings ?? but I would like to know any issues from PF and ESC and other HR related issues??
thank you.

One company will keep you as an external Consultant and another as full-time employee. As an External Consultant, you will not be entitled to PF or ESI Deductions, however, TDS will be deducted.
Is 80-20 rule also applicable here...i.e. 20% people getting 100% rise & 80% getting 20% rise..!!

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