While taking current employment, what you have done is to provide the information that deviates from truth. In legal parlance, it is called as suppression of material facts. What was the need to do that?
Falsification of information at the time of employment is misconduct under the provisions of Industrial Standing Orders Act, 1946. Now whether your current employer invokes these provisions and sacks you, or condones the falsification that remains to be seen. Nevertheless, you should have approached this forum to seek advice before falsification and not after. A wilful perversion of facts has put you on sticky wicket.
At the time of employment, has your employer taken undertaking from you? If yes, what type of that undertaking was that? Much depends on the verbatim of the undertaking also.
I have taken a wrong step by providing false information ,and I'm guilty for that and now I'm ready to tell the truth to my manager.But is there any chances that he will not fire me and let me continue with this job without any penalty or act upon me .
But the big problem is will this company keep me with unfinished degree.
And what do you mean by "undertaking" .
Is there any big IT industries who hires engineers having good experience but have incomplete degree.
I have worked with small industries they have no problem with my incomplete degree.
I got offer for Infosys but with the payroll of another company. They are ready to hire me with my incomplete degree.
But now I am stuck with aricent .
What should I do....
Any advice will be appreciated