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Workplace Expert - Answered on Jun 06, 2024

Krishna Kumar is the founder and CEO of GoMoTech, a company that provides strategic consulting in B2B sales, performance management and digital transformation.
Before branching out on his own, he worked with companies like Microsoft, Rediff, Flipkart and InMobi.
With over 25 years of experience under his belt, KK is a regular speaker at industry events and academic intuitions, both in India as well as abroad.
KK completed his MBA in marketing from the Sri Sathya Sai Institute of Higher Learning in Andhra Pradesh and his management development programme from XLRI, Jamshedpur.
He has also completed his LLB from Nagpur University and diploma in PR from Bhavan’s College of Management, Nagpur, where he was awarded a gold medal.... more
Asked by Anonymous - May 31, 2024Hindi

I have completed my Btech in electrical engineering but i am jobless Because of COVID-19 no placement in college After I was start preparations for govt jobs like gate and ese but now nothing achieve What I have to do suggest me

Ans: Hello

I can understand your situation, its tough.

Suggest you keep applying to companies directly and through online job portals, please reach out to people in your network - friends and family.

All the best.

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I have completed my B.E in Mechanical in 2021. But jobless till now due to many factors such as following: 1)Due to family issues 2)Low Salary packages inspite of longer distance travelling to office 3) Slow growth in the establishment 4) preparing for govt jobs No I am fed up with all above things... What to do ?
Ans: Hi!!
Syed, you are asking me what to do, here are my suggestions-
1. have clear goals with respect to your job
2. you have listed so may reasons for not taking up a job, now find a few reasons to take a job - your self respect, your own money to spend are some I can think of
3. it's very easy to quit a job, find reasons to stay
4. invest in your physical and mental well being, a clam and collected mind will take better decisions
5. I really won't say slow growth in an organisation, if I had finished engineering in 2021 and it is middle of 2024 now
6. preparing for Govt Jobs is a good idea, look into doing this thing well if you are really serious about it
7. give your 100% in everything you do Syed!! Let there be energy, enthusiasm and excitement in your search for a job, it's your life, take charge of it and see how you want it to unfold. Do all that which is in your control
8.you get fed up when you don't see progress and not celebrate your wins however small they may be! Every step you take towards your goal, pat yourself on the back, be your greatest cheer leader
9.do not compare yourself with others, compare only if you feel inspired
10. focus on your well being and happiness
11. take up a job and do well there, it is better to do a job than to sit idle or
12. look to upskill in an area you want to work, look for job oriented courses
13. seek help if need be

All the very best!!

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Nayagam P P  |2279 Answers  |Ask -

Career Counsellor - Answered on May 30, 2024

Sir i am graduated in 2020 batch of b.tech in ELECTRICAL and Electronics Engineering, due to covid didn't got job and started government job preparation. Is there any chance and somehow any way to getting job in it or core sector?
Ans: Brajesh,

As over 4-years have passed and you have been preparing for Government jobs, here are 2-solutions for you as of now:

1) SOLUTION-1: Continue preparing for Government Jobs but you have to change the strategies in preparing for Govt. Jobs’ Competitive Exams.
2) SOLUTION-2: As you completed your Graduation in 2020 and have not got a job till now, it is suggested to join some Software Certification Courses offline (or any other domain you are interested in) with any reputed Institute that provides a JOB GUARANTEE after you complete your course. However, please note, initially you won’t get much salary, but gradually after gaining practical experience & by upgrading your skills, you will get good job with a decent salary package.
3) Have a Professional LinkedIn Profile and connect with Professionals. DON’T ask for jobs after you get connected with them. If your profile matches with their JD, they will be in touch with you.
4) Put Job Alerts on LinkedIn for the domains, you are interested in. Know the job market expectations and upgrade your skills accordingly.

Hope the above information helps you.

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With Best Wishes from RediffGURU, Mr. Brajesh

Nayagam PP

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