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R P Yadav is the founder, chairman and managing director of Genius Consultants Limited, a 30-year-old human resources solutions company.
Over the years, he has been the recipient of numerous awards including the Lifetime Achievement Award from World HR Congress and HR Person Of The Year from Public Relations Council of India.
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Asked by Anonymous - Apr 09, 2023Hindi
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I am a Solar Engineer(28 years and unmarried) working in an MNC company for past 6.5 Years with very nominal salary of around 40k per month which perfectly fits to me only. Due to slow down of Solar business and increasing competition, I am not expecting our company growth which directly impacts our pay. I am also looking opportunities parallely in different domains like IT industry(have knowledge) etc., and one of my favourite is Travel and Tourism. Please recommend my next move. Thank you in advance.

Ans: Hi,
You are working in an MNC Company for the last 6.5 years and it seems that you are settled there. Solar energy would be in demand in a next few years due to the green initiative adopted by most of the world power. I would suggest you to stick to the current company.
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I am about 68 year's I have two sons who are married via arranged process. My younger son's wife is educated teacher. But she had a torturous up bring during high school days. Leading to least interest in married life after marriage. She deserted my son soon after marriage. This led to break down in marriage now heading for a divorce. Please advise.
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