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Dear Senior Members,
I\'m a fresh MBA final year graduate (HR Graduate), I became aware of this site when I was looking for my final year project title, since then, I log-in daily to see the popular post on this site.
My doubt- Why companies hesitate to hire fresh graduate? But reason is very annoying, officials tell the fresh graduates that they don\'t have any past experience. ( CSR is neglected )
I completed my B.E in 2010 and worked as a engineering staff in a manufacturing company. It took 6 month to get that job after completing B.E. Next month I\'ll completing my MBA course. How can I eliminate these difficulties?
I have above 70% in 10th (74%), 12th (79%), B.E(E.E.E - 70%) and in MBA(71%). I Have good communication and analytical skills, good knowledge in computer. I completed 4 month project work in HR and I believe I have good practical knowledge in all HR laws and activities. I don\'t want to become a Core HR recruiter. I\'m looking for HR general executive position
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It is not that all freshers are not getting jobs.You need to be with right people, at right place and at right time.When things do not happen, we need to make them happen.You may try the following suggestions to make it happen.

1) Try to make your internship with a company do not look an academic ritual as is the case with most MBA's. Make it speak something about you and the project you have undertaken so as to induce the employer to offer a chance to you.

2) Try to net-work with right people like your college alumni who are currently employed or by joining professional clubs where you happen to meet professionals so that they can refer you when there is an opportunity.. It is said , ordinary people work, smart people network.

3)Try to acquire some extra skills relavant to your career by doing short certification programmes beacuse when all are equal, some are more equal.

4)Try to garb the first opportunity even if the estblishment is small and package not attractive as it is necessary to have biginning. The key is to earn your fist penny and the pounds will take care of themselves.Many MBA's may not rightly use thier discretion and look for a flashy start and loose an opportunity to make a beginning.

5) Prepare well for the interview in respect of your subject and summer project/internship etc.

Trust the above suggestions may improve chances of your selection. All the best.

B.Saikumar

HR & Labour Law advsior

mumbai
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