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Hello,
I m a fresher got into wipro technologies.But due to constant health problems i just did 2 months of training and resigned. Now they are dropping mails that i need to pay 75000rs.Help me out regarding this issue i come from a financially poor family.

Hi
First of all you have not informed for which position you have joined. Did you sign any agreement or contract? What are the terms & conditions mentioned on that?
Have you joined any other organisation for any other job? If not you can manage

Dear AshaKiran, Why you worry yourself for the recovery. Let the Wipro people start worrying about the recovery.
Hello, I was selected as a project engineer.It was not a bond paper but just an A4 sheet with some clauses on which they asked me to sign.
Hello Sir, The day i joined the organisation they asked me to sign on a A4 size sheet with some clauses.But its not a bond paper or a stamp paper.Sir i just wanted to know whether its valid or not?
Hello, I was selected as a project engineer.It was not a bond paper but just an A4 sheet with some clauses on which they asked me to sign.Right now i have not joined any other organisation.
Is it my imagination or are we having many postings here on CiteHR lately about people who ARE NOT READING every document that is put in front of them to sign during recruitment.

I know there are sometimes extenuating circumstances like ill health etc, that can force a person to leave a position unexpectedly.

However, can I just say this - NEVER EVER under any circumstances sign a document that you have not read thoroughly, and fully understand all the implications of.

If you do not understand the conditions, ASK for clarification. If necessary seek legal or other professional help BEFORE you sign.

If you have elderly relatives, parents, family members etc, if you or nearest and dearest have health problems, if your family lives in another state, etc etc etc, work through all the possibilities of something going wrong, before you commit to anything that will involve you having to repay money or serve onerous notice periods.

It also seems to me that in India at least, "change of mind" is not an acceptable reason to walk out on a job a few weeks after taking it. And neither should it be. As I have said in many postings, recruitment and selection is an expensive process for a business. The company needs to be sure it is getting the right person, BUT you also need to be equally sure you have done due diligence, and are joining a company you REALLY want to work for. All recruitment is a two-way street, the company needs to be happy, and YOU need to be happy.

Ashakiran, maybe talk to your doctor and see if you can get something from him/her that will help plead your case with your ex-employer. Failing that, you may need to seek some legal assistance, though that could end up costing more than the bond I suspect. But, the more I read of these cases on CiteHR, the more I tend to think that a lot of these companies need to be thumped hard with legal action, to stop them exploiting people. It seems to me that in a few cases at least, slavery is still alive and well in India.

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