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Hello am pushpa BE 2012 passout I have experience in non it for 1.5 yrs now am thinking to try software field if I put 2013 passout means any problem... Can you please help me
26th June 2016 From India, Bengaluru
Dear Pushpa, That would be missappropriation of data. Please avoid doing it at every cost. Request you to share the reason for such a consideration. We might be able to share a better way out.
27th June 2016 From India, Mumbai
How do you expect it will help ?
The first interview you do, they will ask for your certificate and they will see you have falsified the data and throw you out division .
You first 2012 experience of 1.5 years. it is non-IT experience.
Even if you wear to change the year 2013, you would still be considered for sure because your experience is non-IT. So how exactly would it help to falsify your pass out year ?
27th June 2016 From India, Mumbai
Dear Pushpa,
My views are in line with the views already expressed.
Whatever has been in your non IT experience you would have definitely learnt something
during this period. This can be in technical. commercial, behavioural or whatever is your job.
Carefully make a note of the same to answer a most likely question in any interview.
You should tell the fact that instead of idling you have gained some experience and also gained some learning thereof. This will be appreciated. It depends on your presentation skill during the interview.
27th June 2016 From India
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