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Dear Industry peers, I have recently got selected in one MNC for a job. I'm about to join them in 2 days time.

During document submission part today I realized that in one course I put 66% marks in my resume whereas I actually got 67% and in one course I put 57% when I actually got 56%.

So in case of one course I put 1% less and in another course I put 1% more.

This was a mistake done by me unknowingly.

I never checked my percentage as such for the last 10 years. I probably made the education section of my CV 10 years back and I did that calculation mistake then. Since then I only keep on adding my working experiences whenever I change a job.

This was truly a mistake done by me unknowingly.

Since they are doing background verification will my candidature will be rejected for this?

Please suggest. I need urgent suggestions on what should I do.

From India, Kolkata
Background verification will not impact because of this. This is a Human error, change is minor (1%)
You can inform this to your co. HR at the time of joining, I am sure they also don't bother much about this.

From India, Pune
Dear ANNONYMOUS
There is no problem at all.
Solution is very simple, Get back to your employer and inform them about the mistake .
They might ask you to fill a new BGV form. Thats it
Brightlist Global
www.brightlistglobal.com
9326259925

From India, Pune
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