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hey guys i m fresher i am confused whether i should apply for internship in HR or directing apply for job
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good ,,you can go for directly apply for the job ,,,,,,,and on distance learning you can do MBA or Mcom..
yes i am planning to do MBA or PG part time but want some experience 1st and i don't mind going dirctly for the job is that i hv no experience wrking so just li concerned wht wld be right for me..
Do whatever you get - internship or job. It is not a matter of choice...; it is more about your acceptance in market.
Firstly you must ensure that your university required you to go for internship before they release you certificate. Some universities required the internship report. If your university does not required the report then why not straight away start working.
In my c.v is it necessary to mention my percentage scored or it wld nt matter if i dnt mention them
It depends upon whether you got above average marks or not. Kindly try and avoid posting messages in SMS language.
I got a job offer from a company i like the company but one thing striked me during our conversation is that they said that my payment will be through third party payment so can explain what is it and is there any risk involved would i get increment after my probation period
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