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Tsivasankaran
Consultant
Kabhishek
Gov.servant

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[color=red]As a new member of citehr ,this is my first mail to this forum.

I need some advice regarding to my career.

After completion of Engg Graduation,I later completed Post Graduate

Diploma course in Computer Application(CDAC).

During the diploma period and even before that,I had given some Government sector exams,and cleared many of the written exam paper

though after clearing the written exams,I was not able to clear the

Interview Stage.Though after some time,I got selected in Gov orgn of service

sector.I joined this particular orgn with the reason that I may face failure

in interviews of software companies.

After working for almost 1.5 years,I do now feel that my decision at

that time was not correct.

Right now,I have started to regain or rewise my knowledge

about software technologies.

But I am in dilemma whether I can stand as a suitable candidate

for software job,whether a HR will be consider me for a software

job,or will they just throw CV considering me just not to fit for a

software profession.

Can I get some expert advice by the seniors,as right now I consider

myself at the "MAKE OR BREAK" stage.

Regards

Abhishek Kumar

Your career is in your hands
If you are a person who wants stability and security, then continue where you are.
If you are prepared to face risks, then get into private.
I know of one Hardware engineer, who served in Govt for 15 years, resigned and struggled for nearly 6 to 7 years before he could land up in a decnt job in US
I also know of another engineer, who gave up an excellent job in BHEL struggled for nearly 6 to 6 years before he could setlle on a good job in Singapore
I know of a SBI officer who quit this job for software profession and trying to settle down for the past five years.
I have a few more examples to give. But I will stop with this.
In all these cases, their wives stood with them, Children sacrificed a lot
Wives were also earning and they could take the risk.
If you are prepared to withstand for five to seven years, you can reap the fruits.
If you can not........then continue here itself
Decision is yours
Siva

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