Tajsateesh
Recruitment/talent Acquisition, Career Counselling

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Hi All
Am a 2007-2010(lateral entry student)completed my BE in april 2010 but cleared arrears in april 2011.Am confused with year and month of passing because at the time i got offer even i had arrears and currently am having 2+ years of exp and now i got offer in capgemini
and they are asking month and year of passing i told april 2010.
what should i need to tell april 2010 or april 2011
thanks in advance

Hello,
Your year of Passing will have to be 2011 & NOT 2010--since that's when you finally qualified for your BE.
You can also check your Provisional BE Certificate--you will find April, 2011 in it rather than April, 2010.
All the Best.
Rgds,
TS

But when companies are asking for 2011 passed-out means am not eligible why
they are telling you are 2010 passedout and you are suppose to clear ur arrears in 2010 but you cleared in 2011 this will not mean u are 2011 passed out like that i experienced earlier
pls clarify me

Hello,
What they mean is that they expect the subjects to be cleared in First attempt--which would have been the case had you got your degree in 2010.
Some companies insist on First-attempt clearing of subjects, some allow up to 5 subjects being cleared in II attempt in all the 4 yrs put together.
Hope you get the point.
Suggest check this point out the next time you attend any interview--will save time & effort.
All the Best.
Rgds,
TS

Hello,
Yes--you are 2011 pass-out.
BUT--pl DON'T MIX UP this with the company feedback about you--since they want those who pass-out in 2011 IN THE FIRST ATTEMPT [based on what you mentioned]. So you don't measure-up to their benchmarks from this angle.
Hope you get the point.
This was my reason to suggest: check this point out the next time you attend any interview.
All the Best.
Rgds,
TS

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