You are aware that getting any jobs in bank (nationalised) is not very easy. For which you have to write exams conducted by BRB.
Indeed, experience in call centres and BPO are not considered as exp. when you apply for new jobs
You can keep trying for outside jobs and sooner you will get a suitable job for you.
All the best
28th February 2008 From India, Madras
if you are looking for a new job and you are MBA-HR. so you can apply for HR in this field you have a lot of opportunity with in 2/3 years you will get a handsome salary and a great carrier.
so all the best ............
"I will not say I failed 1000 times,
I will Say that I discovered 1000 ways that can cause failure .
all the best
if you have any quires let me know
29th February 2008 From India, Delhi
Hi, I am a Clinical Psychologist and besides training and counselling I give career guidance to students as well as corporate.
I want to share with you that today I was with a 35 plus lady who has a great portfolio and has worked with some of the biggest name in the industry. She is a manager and after turning away from her original specialisation has spent 8 yrs in the BPO industry. However she is not happy and is seeking for a change.
I would recommend that even if the salaries are not high to begin with in the banking sector, you shall soon prove yourself and reach there. But if you continue in the call centre, the growth pattern is poor and at times it gets too late.
You need to take a call.
1st March 2008
as said by salma,do take a plunge rather than prolonging the decision, you can try with recruitment firms where they initially hire candidates with no experience with a scertain amount of experience look for a better opening armed with an MBA it shouldn't be that difficult for you, there are lots of ads in the newspapers for HR jobs,BUT don't delay,all the best for you!!!
13th March 2008 From India, Daman
27th September 2015