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Being a Fresher, suggest focus on your CURRENT role first & gather experience. Like the saying goes: A bird in-hand is worth two in the bush.
Future salaries are decided by YOUR performance. As a thumbrule, no company likes to loose those who perform & show results. So once you prove yourself, things will fall into place--and in the worst-case-scenario [if you aren't given your due], you will then have an option of moving to a better job, commensurate to your skills at that point of time.
Also, in general, try NOT to focus excessively on money for first 2-3 years of your career--i.e., if you want settle career-wise. gather as much experience as the job allows you to. If this is only a stop-gap activity, for whatever reason(s), then this may not apply.
All the Best.
From India, Hyderabad
saswatabanerjeefirst 3 months is not a long time
you are a fresher and have no experience
why do you wish to negotiate.
Instead, get a clarification on what will be the salary you will be eligible after that, whether you will always be in this shift and what parameters you will need to meet at the end of the 3 months.
From India, Mumbai