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Anonymous
Respected Sir/Madam
I really appreciate and thankful for your patience for my concern Can anyone help me in reviewing my fresher CV both Mtech academia and also resume pertaining to Testing job..
If can i work to get a Honorable position in testing .
I hope I took a good decision .. if so Still a fresher ..I am ..do I have any opportunity to get in to a small/medium or big organizations.
regards,
P Anil kumar

From India
I have just read this thread with interest; faking is wrong and there is no doubt about it. Even in the West there are instances of even Directors and Professors faking their qualifications and experience. I have highlighted these in my previous posts at CiteHR.
To a certain extent, I blame the managers and HR persons that interview a candidate for not finding out that a candidate's qualifications, experience, etc., are fake. I could be wrong; I think the candidate's credentials are not probed in depth.
Please see Hard times for ?fake? techies - Times Of India for what could happen to employees if their faking is spotted even after working effectively.

From United Kingdom
Anonymous
Now you tell me what will a person do if he has changed say 10 companies in 30 months i.e worked in each company only for 3 months and now works in a company for the past 6 months and will continue with this company for more than a year or maybe for a long period.
Suppose he got a job in this company by showing fake experience? If he had shown real experience no one would take him and this will lead to frustration and you very well know that " Idle mind is devils workshop." Yes agreed the person regrets his earlier mistakes of changing companies but is it not possible to work in the current company for a long period and then show real experience for applying new job.
I hope you understand what I am trying to say. Even I believe in honesty but nowadays recruiters are not willing to accept any explanation regarding change in jobs.

From India, Mumbai
Anonymous
I have observed that many recruiters humiliate candidates if there is any gap in career. Suppose a person has failed 1 yr in college he is grilled that why did he failed? If the candidate gives real reason like say he did not study properly or his efforts were not enough to pass in one sitting or any other personal reasons he is termed as failure. I remember one interviewer asking me how come my percentages dipped starting from SSC. In SSC I scored 77%, HSC 63%, BCOM 60% and MBA 58%. Now is that question really necessary. I really worked hard in all the important exams of life and it is very obvious the level of MBA exams is higher than BCOM and BCOM higher then HSC so the grades will vary.
From India, Mumbai
Anonymous
You can't change your education grades. They will remain with you till your death. But does that mean you can't become successful in your chosen profession? I personally feel recruiters should check the knowledge, skills and practical exposure of candidates rather than giving more weightage to education qualifications.There are many people in this world who have become successful in their career inspite of scoring less or not completing graduation. In no way I mean education is not important but not everyone can score high marks or pass with flying colors.
From India, Mumbai
Anonymous
I have observed that even career counselors fail in proper counseling of candidates because they always give their point of view and never understand the candidates behavior, talent, knowledge and skills. They should step in the shoes of candidates and then guide them to select a proper career.
From India, Mumbai
Anonymous
Sir very glad to support for cause but unfortunately till now I am still umemployed for the cause of
subitting fake experience. from aug 2014- feb 2015 I underwent Certification and training in Embedded systems design to support the cause and also I had interest to go in the field of design and development.
Pl kindly help me in my career development as the case might be . I am ready to accept any offer that can help me in flourish.
Regards,
P Anil Kumar,
Trained Embedded systems professional

From India
I fully understand the agony of a qualified job seeker.

Companies all ask for experience-so how can a fresher get a job?

So insidiously the thought goes for fake experiences,qualifications.

But here I must say once yu get into the fake syndrome,there is no way out.

One does not know when the fake degree/experience can haunt you.

These articles in the newspapers indicate concern of companies on the phenomena of fakes-degress/diplomas and experiences

Sitting on a fake CV time bomb: How India Inc is putting in checks to identify discrepancies in resumes - The Economic Times

Watch out for fake degrees - The Hindu

It is aways better to be truthful and keep trying for jobs.

The job will come your way,so never go for fake.

From India, Pune
There are over 35000 Professionals in IT itself who used fake experience for job and still working. Career gaps are normal. Not everyone is perfect and there can be 100ds of reason it happens. As per Indian laws its illegal and if you get caught by company they will releave you from job, if you have performance issues. Still You may or may not need to fake experience as there are other ways by which you can gain knowledge and experience as well. You can be in touch with me
From India, Vadodara

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