Learning & Teaching Fellow (retired)
Everyone has the option of not dying. How many jobs did you apply and get interviewed? I know of people who had applied for jobs and did not get offers for over 6 months; they did not think of dying. I had been out of job for 9 months and I used that time to enhance my knowledge and skills.
So, do not lose hope that easily. I am sure others more knowledgeable will answer your other queries.
6th July 2013 From United Kingdom
One company shortlisted me for interview and scheduled interview. after two day they called me and told your cv is sent again to screening and they told you profile is not shortlisted. it seems wipro has did something.
please please any one suggest me what to do
7th July 2013 From India
Straight response to your query about blacklisting on NSR. There is NO SCOPE for any one or any company to black list any person on NSR. The NSR does not provide for it at all. This is just not possible
Also, I think you are giving a lot of credit to the "interconnectedness" within the IT industry. For Wipro to circulate your name (at a junior level) across the entire industry and then for you to get rejected on that basis is really far fetched. This is totally unrealistic.
All I can say, that your rejection must have been on account of (i) the company finding you not being up to the mark, or (ii) their needs having changed, or (iii) there might be unexplained gaps in your service record.
You need to look within yourself to understand where the problem might lie. Each company gets more applications for employment than they need, therefore they will pick and choose who they feel are the best. This is not a reflection on the competence of an applicant but just that their needs may not match with your qualifications / experience.
8th July 2013 From India, Bangalore
I fully support the advice given to you by Raju Bhatnagar. He is very clear in his assessment. Let me ask you once simple question. Why are you alive today if that is what the option left for you? You should have solved the problem in exactly one minute.
Rather than raising your one finger to someone else look at four fingers pointing at you. Do look yourself in mirror and then sit for exactly one minute and think - have you done something good by putting such a mail on internet? You will not get sympathy votes for it. Spend some time with your own people if they are around you and at some far off place, share your mind and heart with them and then ask the same question to yourself rather than putting on net for public sympathy.
With warm wishes.
10th July 2013 From India, Pune
I agree with Rajubhatnaga's comment. NSR can collate the information but not blacklist anyone from my knowledge.Please find out the exact reason why you weren't selected and then rectify the issue.
17th July 2013 From India, Mysore
If you read between lines I am more humane than "Cruel" to the Girl. I am a proud father of two grownup girls and understand them very well. They are also working in IT Industry (MNCs). Only the though is rather straight and definitely not cruel.
I still advice the girl the same please.
18th July 2013 From India, Pune
I appreciate straight talk being a straight talker myself for the most part. However, there's a time and place for everything. Your above comment was so much more palatable that it made me smile.
18th July 2013 From India, Mysore
I have joined a company and worked only for 5 business days and due to family reasons have to leave the company,
however i have informed manager about the situation, its been 3 months after that and still i am searching for a new job
i am scared that company has blacklisted/put negative remark towards me on nasscom/skill registry
Please please please anyone advise me....
13th November 2013 From India, Hyderabad
Please refer to my response in this thread of 8th July. It addresses the concern that you have raised.
Also, please keep in mind that neither NASSCOM nor NSR endorse or support any blacklisting / posting of negative remarks about any employee. No employee can be blacklisted or negative remarks be uploaded on any of NASSCOM's or NSR's sites.
More often than not, this is a threatening approach used by some HR Managers to try and manage their attrition rates in an unscrupulous manner.
I would suggest that you need to look elsewhere for reasons of your not getting a job. At least on this front neither NASSCOM nor NSR are to be blamed.
14th November 2013 From India, Bangalore
First of all would like to comment " RELAX" As per my understanding and experience you might be rejected or employer has changed their mind or they might have something changes in their hiring plan which can be related to Business Unit Attrition/ cost center.
Coming to Black listing , I agree to Mr. Bhatnagar words. No company can blacklist any candidates. Hence advice you to please relax and wait for the right time and please donít think of dying.
Donít lose hope and faith in yourself. What if you have rejected by Wipro for XYZ or because of any reason. You should be happy that you had cleared all round @ Wipro. As itís not that easy for everyone to clear such tuff interview rounds at Wipro.
Hence, I would suggest you to wait for the right time and right call. All The best and be happy.
20th November 2013 From India, Hyderabad
I am looking at your problem from Recruitment perspective. Well you mentioned that your previous company has closed down etc. Well there is a possibility that Companies where you are shortlisted are running a background check on your credentials. Since your previous company is closed and there is noone to endorse your association with that organisation maybe you are failing in the background check. Frankly there are lot of fake companies issuing fake letters existing in the market who have even created websites etc. hence the background verification process is conducted by most of the big companies as a part of the recruitment process.
Anyhow do give a thought on this point. If you have worked for a short period in this company which is closed down, then I think you can simply remove it from your CV. During the interview you can mention that you were working with the company but have not mentioned in your CV because it is closed down yet you can give reference of some senior people from that company who may acknowledge about your work etc.
Hope the above inputs are useful to you.
ALL THE BEST !!
20th November 2013 From India, Pune
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