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.
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.
From India, Delhi
b tech in computer science in 1st class. Will be obliged if proper guidance is provided.
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

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.....
From India, Kolkata
I also had a referral over there a friend of mine referred me to that company . Regards...
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.
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??

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
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.

From Singapore, Singapore

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