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CAT, XAT, CMAT, CET Expert - Answered on Nov 14, 2023

Patrick Dsouza is the founder of Patrick100.
Along with his wife, Rochelle, he trains students for competitive management entrance exams such as the Common Admission Test, the Xavier Aptitude Test, Common Management Admission Test and the Common Entrance Test.
They also train students for group discussions and interviews.
Patrick has scored in the 100 percentile six times in CAT. He achieved the first rank in XAT twice, in CET thrice and once in the Narsee Monjee Management Aptitude Test.
Apart from coaching students for MBA exams, Patrick and Rochelle have trained aspirants from the IIMs, the Jamnalal Bajaj Institute of Management Studies and the S P Jain Institute of Management Studies and Research for campus placements.
Patrick has been a panellist on the group discussion and panel interview rounds for some of the top management colleges in Mumbai.
He has graduated in mechanical engineering from the Motilal Nehru National Institute of Technology, Allahabad. He has completed his masters in management from the Jamnalal Bajaj Institute of Management Studies, Mumbai.... more
sunil Question by sunil on Nov 13, 2023Hindi
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hi, my self sunil r nair, i am not getting job in india, so what should i do now, i have more than 22+ years of experience in software industries, and my last designation was project manager, can you please guide me Geeta Ratra,

Ans: Hi Sunil, One option is to do a course relevant to your field. There are a lot of courses available (mainly abroad) where you can reskill yourself even after 22 years work experience. Can also look at an option of an executive MBA course (1 year).
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I am having more than 22+ experience but not able to get the job, my name is sunil r nair, i am working as a software delivery head, with nothing pay like money, so what should i do to get job with good salary.
Ans: Hi Sunil,

Thank you for writing in.

Few tips to get started.

Self-Assessment: Identify your skills, interests, and strengths. It's been 22 years so by far you would have enough clarity what are your strengths and area of interests. We often tend to ignore and take it for granted due to our vast experience. Hence recommendation is to revisit your own strengths and interests.

Polish Your Resume and Cover Letter: Craft a well-written resume and cover letter that highlight your achievements, skills, and experiences. Tailor them to each job application to showcase your suitability for the role. Customize your resume as per the jobs.

Networking: Build a professional network by attending industry events, job fairs, and connecting with people on social media platforms like LinkedIn. Many jobs are found through referrals and personal connections.

Online Presence: Create a strong online presence through platforms like LinkedIn and professional portfolios. Showcase your expertise and share valuable content related to your field.

Job Search Strategies: Utilize various job search platforms, such as online job boards, company websites, and recruitment agencies. Be consistent and diligent in your job search efforts.

Prepare for Interviews: Practice common interview questions and be ready to articulate your skills and experiences confidently. Research the company and the role to demonstrate your interest and knowledge.

Focus on Soft Skills: Apart from technical skills, employers value soft skills such as communication, problem-solving, teamwork, and adaptability. Work on developing and showcasing these skills in interviews and on the job.

Continuous Learning: Stay updated with industry trends and advancements. Participate in workshops, webinars, and seminars to keep improving your skills and knowledge.

Professional Attitude: Demonstrate a positive and professional attitude during your job search and in interactions with potential employers. Be punctual, courteous, and responsive in your communications.

Follow Up: After interviews or submitting applications, follow up with a thank-you email or letter. It shows your interest and appreciation for the opportunity.

Be Open-Minded: Be flexible and open to exploring different job opportunities, especially if they align with your long-term career goals.

As you have been in the industry for 22 + years look at your own networks who could refer and guide you for the right opportunities. Importantly trust yourself and your abilities. Job Search requires patience. You will get there soon.

Hope this helps. All the best.

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