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Tech Entrepreneur, Educationist - Answered on Jan 30, 2024

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Milan Question by Milan on Jan 02, 2024Hindi

I am a Btech Civil Engineering Student With 90%marks from private College and I am jobless I want PSU Jobs in 1 year How can I do that??

Ans: You have exceptional score. The question for you to answer is as to how did you take one year without picking up a job. is it you were too focused on a job in a PSU? Did your college not have a placement program? Please expand your job choices and look for areas that you have aptitude for, or your strength areas in your core engineering subjects.

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HR, Workspace Expert - Answered on Mar 19, 2024

Asked by Anonymous - Mar 14, 2024Hindi
Hello sir.iam enable to get job in civil field i completed my Engineering with B.tech Civil . earlier i have worked in gulf country for years .after 5 years move back to india but i didn't get any job. i did master in diploma interior design course for 6 months learn interior design course (Autocad,3dsmax, googleSketchup 2021.) i didn't not find enough package what should i do. i also learn Digital marketing course but its doesn't work forme.what should i do since 2 years i have been ideal.
Ans: I’m sorry to hear about your job search difficulties. It’s a challenging time, but don’t lose hope. Here are some suggestions based on your qualifications and interests:

Civil Engineering: As a B.Tech Civil Engineering graduate, you have abundant job opportunities1. You can find roles at top companies such as Larsen & Toubro (L&T), Hindustan Construction Company (HCC), Tata Projects, and Jacobs Engineering1. Various job roles, including Structural Engineer, Project Manager, Design Engineer, Quantity Surveyor, Project Manager, and Urban Planner, are available across different cities in India1. You could also consider government jobs2 or starting your own venture3.

Interior Design: There are numerous job opportunities for interior designers in India4. You can find roles in architecture firms, interior design studios, real estate companies, and the hospitality industry5. You could also consider freelancing or starting your own interior design firm.

Digital Marketing: The digital marketing field is growing rapidly, with a wide range of job opportunities available6. Roles include SEO specialists, social media managers, and copywriters7. You could consider freelancing, consulting, or working in a digital marketing agency.

In addition to job searching, consider the following:

Networking: Connect with professionals in your field through social media platforms like LinkedIn. Attend industry events and webinars to meet potential employers and learn about new opportunities.
Continuing Education: Keep your skills up-to-date by pursuing relevant certifications and courses. This could make you more attractive to potential employers.
Portfolio: Showcase your work and skills through a professional portfolio. This could be particularly useful for demonstrating your interior design and digital marketing abilities.
Internships: If possible, consider internships to gain practical experience and make valuable industry connections.
Remember, every rejection is a step closer to a job offer that fits. Keep learning, improving, and applying. Good luck!
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Ravi Mittal  |173 Answers  |Ask -

Dating, Relationships Expert - Answered on Apr 22, 2024

Asked by Anonymous - Apr 20, 2024Hindi
I am a 26 years old girl completed my studies, trying to get a job, 2 years back I fell in love online with a man of 32 years old, we have not met yet physically. He is working on a very small salary in a village i.e. his hometown. He can't get a good government job or private job now due to lack of experience and age. We love each other a lot with all our flaws. My family is strictly against it due to caste difference, low salary, he lives 1600 km away, background differences. Overall they don't trust him and our love and are emotionally blackmailing me to get married with someone they choose. And the thought alone of leaving him makes me sad
Ans: Dear Anonymous,

I am sorry for the challenges you are facing. I understand how difficult it must be to leave a person you love. Having said that, I would also like to point out that living a decent life is not cheap. You are currently unemployed and your partner has a low salary; it will not be sustainable in the long run. I am not asking you to leave him and marry someone else; all I am suggesting is don't rush. Take the time to find a decent job and ask your partner to do the same. Once you think you both are earning a good amount of money, put forth the idea of your marriage again to your parents.

Now the most important thing, you have met him online and never met him in real life. Is it worth taking this kind of risk before verifying everything in person? I am sure he is genuine but there is no harm in cross-checking. And I can't really blame your parents for having their doubts. Please don't rush. One wrong decision can ruin the rest of your life. Take your time, think this through, and meet him in person, most likely in your city and in a public space. Do a thorough background check. It is easy to get fooled when you are in love.

Again, please don't rush. You have your whole life ahead of you.

Best Wishes

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Dating, Relationships Expert - Answered on Apr 22, 2024

Asked by Anonymous - Apr 21, 2024Hindi
Hi, I am 25+ years of old. Earning a handsome ammount of money arround 1lakh. I am a introvert, kind of kanjus you can say. I don't have any gf. I had one one one-sided relationship but because of low self confidence I didn't able to express my feelings. I don't feel myself as a ugly person but I am over waight, facing hair fall recently that's why I lose confidence approaching girls. I tried few dating apps but use. As I am a introvert I don't like to go to parties but definitely become comfortable after knowing the other person. Currently in Bangalore but being from a remote area I don't feel comfortable approaching a girl. What should I do.
Ans: Dear Anonymous,

I understand how you are feeling. First of all, you are not alone in this. Secondly, it's time you recognize how much you have achieved in life. Kudos to that.

Now, coming to your concern, being an introvert is not an issue, though it comes with its own set of challenges. I understand that you feel shy when it comes to talking to women. That's where dating apps come in. You have seen no results on them; I hear you. But give it another try, but this time, with a fool-proof strategy. First off, write an appealing bio. It's equivalent to writing a cover letter- you put forward your best attributes and convince people why they should date you. You can mention your achievements, you can be honest and disclose that you are an introvert, mention what you have to offer as a partner and don't forget to mention what you are looking for in your partner. This would give your potential matches a concise idea of you and also help attract the right people. Second, display image matters. While I am not encouraging you to put up an over-edited picture hiding your imperfections, do not put up the worst one either. Make sure it's recent, decent, and of you and you alone, and not in a group. Third, if you like somebody, don't be afraid to send a message. You are not committing to them, nor do you have to see them in person. Leave a message, interact, only if things go well, meet in person. There's no rush and no prior commitment. Fourth and the most important one, be patient. The right match can take a while but when you do find them, it will be worth the wait.

Best Wishes!

Sushil Sukhwani  |306 Answers  |Ask -

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