Are Only Bpo Jobs For Freshers/graduates? - CiteHR
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Hello, Seniors,

Yesterday I had got a mail stating that walk-ins where going on for the post of HR Executive in an I.T Company.

As I read the mail further, I knew this was the job I was looking for (as this was an I.T MNC Co). I was glad to see that I possessed all the skills required for the job. I prepared myself thoroughly for the interview, as I didn't wanted to miss out on the opportunity of getting selected in this company.

But today, when I went for the interview, they refused to proceed with the interview because I had not completed my M.B.A, I tried to convince them that I will go for Distance learning course , once getting a stable job, but of no use.

Here I want to ask you all - "I know eligibility criteria is a very important criteria while selecting the candidate, but is this the only criteria, even if the candidate possesses all required skills for the job?". I might not have done an M.B.A in HR, but I am a regular visitor of citehr, because of which I think I have good knowledge about H.R. Moreover, I have also have 1 year of experience in H.R.

I am a graduate, I was not getting job in MNCs after my graduation, because I was a fresher. Now I have an experience of 1 year and now they rejected me because I am a not a M.B.A.

I did not do my M.B.A, because all around me I saw M.B.A(H.R) freshers, getting no more than 10,000 p.m . So, I thought of gaining experience rather than doing full time M.B.A. Is my decision wrong?

"I possess required skills, knowledge and experience in HR and want to start my career at an early age" - Is this wrong?

Its really good that you have inclination towards if you know HR better,you might understand that a MNC has certain policies of hiring and as far as MBA is concern,its always good to have knowledge and qualification,it does matters. and if you are talking about those MBA's doing nothing or mere a job of few thousand bugs,they did never gave pain to themselves for studies. i come through atleast 3-5 creatures of this kind in a day.
your concern was also of money-you quoted a figure above,i would like to tell you there are different stages in life, 1st is learning and then earning,and if those people never learned in that stage of learning,how can they earn in later stage?
and if there are jobs in BPO's whats bad in that, BPO is a very big industry i dont knw why candidates hesitate to for BPO.

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