what should one do after still not getting a job after mba.please suggest to help me make my career.I wanna be a succeful man, plz guide.

0 251 Views | Posted 2011-09-29 17:18:38
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    Vikas Naidu | Contributor-Level 10

    2011-09-30 09:29:07
    Don't say that u r not getting a job. Say that u r not accepting the job due to salary package. U have made up ur mind for minimum salary package. My suggestion is please don't look after for the salary try to join any company and get some experience of at least 1-2 years then look for the change. Based upon ur experience u will get good package afterwords. Don't try to reach on the 2rd floor without for the ground and first floor.
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    Suryap2012 | Guide-Level 11

    2011-09-29 17:20:26
    Well a few relevant certifications will help you get a good job. For operations, CAPM will be good, PHR for HRM jobs, CFA, NCFM etc for finance.
    Besides that, keep checking jobs on naukri.com
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    Nikhlesh Mathur | Guide-Level 14

    2011-09-30 10:23:21
    Adding to what Mr. Vikas Naidu has very rightly advised, if you want to be successful then you need to focus on the actual work and show your mettle in it. You need to learn form it and see how you can branch out other aspects related to that job so that you can develop more avenues related to it. Do not aim for money right at the beggining. Having more money is not the only parameter for being successful. It is just considered one by many. The real parameter for being successful is developing yourself to an extent where-in other people look for you, want you to do something for them, want to be your partners, want you to work for them. When ... view more
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    Kaustubh

    2011-10-03 11:52:45
    work in company for experience work at least for one year & after getting experience you try in another comapny where you can make your career best.
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    Peter Wiener

    2011-10-03 12:52:45
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    bhupinder singh raina | Contributor-Level 9

    2011-09-30 11:55:30
    send your resume at dearbhupinder@rediffmail.com
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    Priya Saxena | Guide-Level 11

    2011-09-30 09:22:02
    Hi Gaurav,I would certainly agree with the suggestion given by Manmeet Kaur50173 and would advise you to consider the same. However, if you are interested to take up some short duration courses / certification course that can help you to increase the chances of your getting a job, it will highly depend on either of the two factors:1. In what specialization you did your MBA,2. In which field / stream, you will be keen to make a career.Depending on these two factors & your career interests, you can then make a choice from the courses mentioned by Suryap2012 or otherwise.Kindly revert for any further queries and also if you find this answer to ... view more
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    Sudesh Sharma

    2011-09-29 17:21:41
    yes, after doing MBA, there is no gurantee for job because of lack of employability skill. According to ASSOCHAM, nearly 300 million people in the age group 18-50, who are unemployed because they do not have the skill sets that suit market needs. At present there is a severe shortage of trained and skilled people in India. Average Indian prefers degree but not employability. Without employability student cannot get desired job. Employability enhances skill according to market requirement. for example, now tourism, hospitality and event industry booming and these industries don’t require degree holder only. Degree is a secondary matter; firs... view more
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    Bhupesh | Contributor-Level 9

    2011-09-29 17:22:11
    The practical answer to your Question would be first Join any Organization, Doesn't matter
    What all benefits you are being provided there but make sure you are Joining in your Core area of Education .
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    Manmeet Kaur | Guide-Level 12

    2011-09-29 17:57:36
    Hi Gaurav, as per your query, I would say that MBA is the most preferred career option by today’s generation. The variety of scopes associated with it makes it even more desirable. As it is a business oriented program, it will be of good help for students who wish to work with the business sector. But, no institute can guarantee you placements. Its just purely based on how you utilise your abilities and skills at the right time. As a fresher, you may opt for any organization, gain work experience and then you may have various options to look forward to.Hope this will help you in the best way. Feel free to raise more queries or you may clo... view more

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