Dear Sir/Madam,

I am requesting an urgent query in BGV process related as below,

I have an previous experience but i had removed the same as i don't have relieving letter, however i have no pending and no issues with that one of the prestigious organization, in India.
I have informed the manager that i am getting a new offer who had compromised to provide offer even after having no relieving letter and manager said okay and i joined that new company.

They fix me a fresher role but given the salary as experienced professionals used to get. I did this because of two reasons, 1) My mother need huge money support for her medical treatment as she was a heart patient and she need to come to work near by say Bangalore or Chennai. 2) The new company provided me core role which is my passion, love and ambition.

(Salary in that company: 15,000 gross and 12,000+ net & new company offered 32,000 gross and 28,000 net)

And during that time, i am not knowing the importance of the relieving letter but got to know in due course.

Now after knowing the importance of that, i removed that particular employment and managed to get offer calls. Now my worry is,
Is this a wrong in HR perspective? and
Is this going to be issue in future BGV process say company like TCS (having very strict verification in place)?
Is it possible to trace that employment as well?

Please advice and your suggestions would be more valuable to me.

Thanks and Regards,
3rd June 2015 From India, Bangalore
How long did you work with that company?
What was the mode of exit from the company?
How have you covered gap in CV ?
If BGV is strict employment may be found out.
So do things carefully after taking advice.
3rd June 2015 From India, Pune
Hello Nathrao,
The total experience with the first company is 3.5 years and i completely removed from resume.
I was in bond and they demanded 4 Lacs from me to provide relieving letter and that amount was huge to me and even now.
And i was in on-boarded without any issues in second company as they agreed to take me in without relieving/exit letter.
And as per resume, i mentioned second company is the first and where i start the career.
Please suggest me something i could do better to solve this issue.
Thanks and Regards,
Anand. V
3rd June 2015 From India, Bangalore
Hello Sir/Madam,

I am waiting for this query and please treat this as urgent as this directly have dependency with my career.

I am again rephrasing my queries here for as a quick review,

1. The first employment has been removed from resume as no experience/relieving letter but no issues or pending in that organization.

2. The unawareness of importance of relieving letter, mother health issues and career interests are the main cause for the mistake happened.

3. The second company just agreed to go with their opportunity as because i given interview in a very attractive manner in skills perspective.

Note: In first employment, I am a campus candidate and i start working good from the day one. I have good name too in that organization.

After realizing the importance of relieving letter, i just removed that experience of 3.5 Years approx.


1. If we hide the experience , will this be a problem in BGV / HR perspective?

2. If i say openly to new HR by explaining all this things, will they consider me for that particular post?

Other Hints: I removed that experience because i required to pay 4 Lakh to get the required documents; but i am not in the position to make ready that much of huge money. And also i am only the earning person of my family and hence i should get job any have and hence i removed the first company profile permanently. I am working as Solaris Unix Admin.

Thanks to all of you to spending time in my query.

I request you all to provide a good suggestion so that it should affect me and my career and also the new HR in any mean.

Hoping to hear from you all.

Thanks and Regards,

Saravanan . Kumar

1. After knowing the importance of relieving letter
5th June 2015 From India, Bangalore
No one can really predict the individual attitude of a HR man in any new company you may get employed.
This gap may be queried during interviews.
But as things are at present you must have ready answers to queries.
5th June 2015 From India, Pune
Dear Sir,
Fine, i understood your point and agree to that.
By using PAN card or second company information, is it possible to get the first company details?
Or any other mechanism is there in India to find out those missed information?
Please suggest.
Thanks and Regards,
Saravanan . Kumar
5th June 2015 From India, Bangalore
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