Groyalg
Manager - Ops., Training & Quality
Captrajeshwarsingh
Human Resource
Alladin1111
Software
+5 Others

Thread Started by #Alladin1111

I am having problems with 12th percentage which is 45% even after 7 years of Experience.Software MNC s dont allow to sit even for the interview process.I am really in problem need your help.
19th October 2013 From India, Kolkata
Hi, Please provide the details of any further qualification/degree you have obtained after 12th. This will help us to guide you any further.
19th October 2013 From India, Delhi
b tech in computer science in 1st class. Will be obliged if proper guidance is provided.
19th October 2013 From India, Kolkata
Subject - Re: Eligibility Criteria for interview
Hi,
Possible that the area of work (which you do not mention) with 7 years experience may not match the software company's position you apply for.
Regards
19th October 2013 From India, Bangalore
No the skillset was Java and a walkin was being conducted only for java so when I applied the HR called and asked me whether I have 50% consistensy in my academics or not , when I answered no - she said that that is the minimum eligibility criteria and she cant proceed further and then she hang up.....
19th October 2013 From India, Kolkata
I also had a referral over there a friend of mine referred me to that company . Regards...
19th October 2013 From India, Kolkata
Most of the MNC companies are used to go through the career graph; but I hope experience would be quite beneficial for you. Further degree/qualification might be the key factor.
19th October 2013 From United States, Los Angeles
I have also been told the same thing that is why I became extremely disappointed when I went through this.Is 7 years of experience and a B-Tech Degree not enough???
Is there any site where I can communicate with the HR of a Software MNC by chat or something who will be able to tell me what to do??
19th October 2013 From India, Kolkata
one more thing in best of four i have 51% but when it comes to aggregate then it goes down to 45 in PCM (Physics,Chemistry,Math,English) I have 51% in 12th
19th October 2013 From India, Kolkata
Dear Alladin1111,
After so many back and forth, still I could not catch your question, thus I am working as an HR Associate with United Nation Development Program, and for the area of interview tips and all the phase/ process I can be an assist for you, but it's really important that you communicate; your problem in clear and consist manner. Which things have disappointed you, why you're not allowed to set in an interview, did you discuss these issues with your line manager? So it's important for all the HR Practitioner to diagnose the problems first and then prescribe the solution.
20th October 2013 From Singapore, Singapore
Dear Nejati80
I am really sorry if I am unable to explain my question.But I dont understand what do you mean by discussing with Line Manager.My problem is extremely clear I have 45% in 12th but I have firstclass in BTECH and also 7 years of experience.Now because of that 12th percentage I was not allowed to attend a walkin in a reputated software MNC,Now what I want is to know whether if ever thay will consider that situation or this startegy will continue for ever because if that continues I will not be able to work for any MNC ...
I thaink I have explained my problem.
Regards..
20th October 2013 From India, Kolkata
Is hete no HR of a Software MNC who can yell me whether this criteria will ever be ignored or not????
20th October 2013 From India, Kolkata
Is here no HR of a Software MNC who can yell me whether this criteria will ever be ignored or not????
attribution https://www.citehr.com/473861-eligib...#ixzz2iFcS2G4J
20th October 2013 From India, Kolkata
Till now I didnt get any proper answer despite the fact that this is one of the best HR sites.I think I have clearly explained my problem ....
20th October 2013 From India, Kolkata
Dear Alladin1111, I had the same issue which you are facing 5 years ago... All you need to do is expand your skill set in various technologies...

For example you say your skill set is java... If you develop your skills in freelance android development or jsp development etc... within a year or 2 companies will come to you and you no need to reach then... This is what exactly happened to me... now i am with decent income as a freelancer that too i have 5 employees under me i am unwilling accept jobs arrived me from few mnc's...

Yes being punished for lower percent in young age will be frustrating... there is no other way for you... because companies have certain policies to restrict candidates... Few companies have minimum criteria as 75% and few other 60%... some companies give jobs even if you have 50% throughout your career.. but for 45% you need to prove yourself some thing dramatically in the skillet which you have now...

I am able to understand your question that without attending interview how can you prove yourself... (Yes you can prove in various other means of freelancing activities and developing some useful software or a freeware ) Then i am sure you need not reach... you will become destination.

My Best Wishes
21st October 2013 From India
I have seen so many people even with 40% that work for top MNC.With 45% percent in 12th you were able to get Job in software Industry, so why cant you get the job again. Just wanted to know if current company in which you are working (Hoping 7 year is a full genuine experience) is at least the registered company. I have seen 50% throughout is the criteria for only 1 Indian MNC. Apart from that, most of the other companies has no criteria at all.
21st October 2013 From India, Delhi
Also the job apportunity depends on your location as well. If you are in big city like bangalore, you will have more oppurtunities &
more chances of getting selected.
There is one thing called urgent requirement , this is where you have best chance to getting a job in a MNC organisation. I have myself worked in top mncs & given so many interviews, that why i know in which case you have better chance.
21st October 2013 From India, Delhi
Dear Anonymoususer2013
i am sorry i cant reveal the name of my current company but the company in which i applied but was not allowed to sit for referral was CTS (Cognizant Technology Solutions).My experience is 100% genuine please refer to my previous posts as I am tired of repeating the same thing again and again.Otherwise it would be a great news for me and obviously if I get in an MNC I will surely not waste my time posting here..
It would be kind of you if you please name the only company which has 50% throughout criteria
Regards
21st October 2013 From India, Kolkata
Dear Anonymoususer2013
i am sorry i cant reveal the name of my current company but the company in which i applied but was not allowed to sit for interview was CTS (Cognizant Technology Solutions).My experience is 100% genuine please refer to my previous posts as I am tired of repeating the same thing again and again.Otherwise it would be a great news for me and obviously if I get in an MNC I will surely not waste my time posting here..
It would be kind of you if you please name the only company which has 50% throughout criteria
Regards
21st October 2013 From India, Kolkata
I have seen many cases where the criteria are relaxed by big MNC's. First they hire the people as contractors, then they make them permanent. Please do not name any specific company in this forum. Also if you are chasing any specific MNC then best of luck, otherwise there are so many MNC's that do not have criteria at all. They just need experience.It also depends whether you are working in support or development.For support jobs the criteria is much relaxed as compared to development profile.
21st October 2013 From India, Delhi
Many IT MNCs are indeed currently disqualifying experienced professionals based upon low education percentage or GPAs which is not a accurate method of assessment of professional skills. By experienced professionals it would be someone with greater than 2or 3 years professional experience.

The real issue is that HR professionals in MNCs in India seem to focused on disqualifying maximum number of candidates while working to finish within deadline, when the right focus for assessment of experienced professionals is matching and selection of best professional with best skills to the position requirements.

Post-secondary education, bachelor's degree low percentage GPA is hard and non-negotiable criteria during recruitment of experienced professionals in companies in India, without proper consideration of skill level, experience and professional background.

Experienced professionals with low education GPA must be considered for further assessment of qualifications through 1-on-1 interview and panel interviews. The assessment must be also based on (one or more) professional skills, quality of experience, quality of professional background, general attitude, team fit, professional certifications, skill level as in Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced, Expert and interview performance. These assessments are not possible if the professional is disqualified in initial recruitment stages as a result of low education percentage or GPA. Or otherwise provide a simple reason for disqualification as candidate not being the best fit for the position.

When challenged HR professionals will indicate it is standard operating procedure of the company OR as per company written policy. Is it not true policies and procedures are also prepared by company employees and by teams and committees within the company and is subject to change.
23rd October 2013 From India, Bangalore
Dear Alladin,
if you have your skill set best no one ask you about your education check below list and let me know where you asked for his percentage
your net service provider and connector
your computer repair person your hardware software repair person
your AC/ electrical service provider and repair person
cycle repair person
your motor cycle mechanic
your bakery and cake supplier
your house maid and cleaning people
your door ,window, glass , sanitary system, and all items fitter and repair person
many more list is endless.
make your skill so good that people ask your for work and not for your degree.
increase your confidence level rather you put your failure on non relevant point ? no one see the mark if you have skills. is it really a issue or you trying us all in this forum.
Capt Rajeshwar Singh
20th November 2013 From India, Thana
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