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Hi ..
I have created this thread to talk on Various.new courses and opportunities in job / career ..
I need ur support to make it a better place …
Every week I will post some piece of information….
I want to put ur queries and thoughts regards this…

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See this beautiful data https://cdn0.desidime.com/attachments/photos/660398/medium/IMG_20210117_202256.jpg?1610895242
Here I will put some major problems …

1. Lack of awareness about various courses ….
If someone is doing àny course we will also do it , not knowing personality traits , nature,of ourselves and  they put there energy in anything …
And marketing of big institute also plays a role in making choices ….
Students get attracted to these marketing gimmicks and get trapped , 
….

Next I will post more problems  like society pressure , peer pressure , and why u choose that u choose …….
Please give feedback about this

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I recruit a lot of IT people for my company, so for any IT related queries tag me…

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tristar wrote:

I recruit a lot of IT people for my company, so for any IT related queries tag me…

Location? Company name?

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Can’t reveal the Company Name smile but I’m in Tech and Mgr panels for Chennai, Hyd, Bangalore and Noida… I can help you with general queries..

If you want job postings, I can get them to you..

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Society doesn’t accept plumber, electrician, mistri, fitter etc as jobs. So that’s why they know only 7 careers.
Kissi Given for informing 😘🥰

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P_A_N_K_A_J wrote:

Society doesn’t accept plumber, electrician, mistri, fitter etc as jobs. So that’s why they know only 7 careers.
Kissi Given for informing 😘🥰

Correct..Just imagine, mera beta plumber hai!! It won’t sound cheap in other countries but Indians have different mentality…soch badlo desh badlo

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tristar wrote:

Can’t reveal the Company Name smile but I’m in Tech and Mgr panels for Chennai, Hyd, Bangalore and Noida… I can help you with general queries..

If you want job postings, I can get them to you..

anything in machine learning or data sciences?

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P_A_N_K_A_J wrote:

Society doesn’t accept plumber, electrician, mistri, fitter etc as jobs. So that’s why they know only 7 careers.
Kissi Given for informing 😘🥰

i think you missed the word ‘desi’ (or Indian) before the word society

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desmondisdead wrote:

anything in machine learning or data sciences?

Actually I just hired a couple of people for Data Analyst and Engineer roles..

AI/ML there are now too many people in the market… Unless you’re extraordinary in building the model, most stuff is automated…

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tristar wrote:

Actually I just hired a couple of people for Data Analyst and Engineer roles..

AI/ML there are now too many people in the market… Unless you’re extraordinary in building the model, most stuff is automated…

Hey man,
I am a BTech student and looking for internship. Can you help me?

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Sorry, Freshers are usually hired from campus, at least in my company that is, off campus drives are rare… I do get roles for Tenured/experiences techs..

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I don’t blame the parents though…

Farhan can become a wildlife photographer in the movie, real life, not the case….. In India the problem is that people in alternate education/degrees don’t get good jobs, or at least that is the perception..

Most in the end just ends up in an IT company anyways…

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@tristar

I am midway to an IT degree from tier2 college.
As its vast nature unable to decide where should I focus.
Some of my friends from top universities are doing competitive, my batchmates finished flutter. but I end up in the same position to decide in which area I should focus.

Had seen typical Banglore 9to5 in many web series, and I am sure that I can’t sit in the same chair 9to5 in with that workload most of the life, and don’t want to move to Bangalore.

I want to pursue ms from Us/Norway/Europe, after coming back plan is to run an IT/CS business at hometown.

can you please suggest some field to work on at least till my graduation? after ms, no one knows where life brings me on.
Nice IT-related career social portals or genuine career counselor suggestions are welcome too.

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Finished Flutter ? If you put your mind to it, you can finish flutter in a week, you just need to have the inclination to do so and the tutorials are free.. There is so much opportunity to learn and excel.. It’s not that difficult….So you need to do a SWOT analysis of yourself and then identify jobs which will play to your strengths… But the way technology is moving, we’re automating the hell out of everything :S so what you think will make a career today, might not even exist tomorrow.. Learn a capability, not a product… What is hot today is for a full stack developer in App design… Someone who knows the entire Infra, deployment and hosting end to end…

MS is a good option if you’re good at academics… Running a business is like 9AM -11PM job till it takes off so not even 9-5… I don’t know if it’s only me, that you sound “entitled” , sorry but you could end up in disappointment if you don’t have the brains or the $$$ to pursue what you need…

If you had told me what you’ve typed here, I wouldn’t hire you… our conversation wouldn’t even go beyond this discussion…

You can do a lot of freelance work to understand challenges and the dynamic of IT/development etc… So explore what you know now, develop an app, or complete simple projects for freelance recruiters and see if you really understand the game, it’s a tough world out there while all the CEOs and Startups make it look cool, remember 9999 CEOs or Startups had to fail and only like 1 succeeded out of that.. (That’s just speculation, there is no data to back it up)…

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@tristar
Thank you for your words, which will improve me towards that points. as you told I taken things for granted after lockdown and became a frog of the well.
and also as you’re in the industry for years, can you please tell me till what age the industry considers an average programmer to keep in the job? and what major programmers do after such period ?

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TempAcc wrote:

@tristar
Thank you for your words, which will improve me towards that points. as you told I taken things for granted after lockdown and became a frog of the well.
and also as you’re in the industry for years, can you please tell me till what age the industry considers an average programmer to keep in the job? and what major programmers do after such period ?

Now that’s a better approach, good for you !

An average programmer, will always remain average during their career, we use them for simple code updates, they never do something great…. A great programmer is one who is intuitive, smart and creative, who create stuff… You read and learn everyday, there is no one technology, you need to have the yearning to learn everything and then get hands on…

There is no Age in IT, be it Infra/Run or Apps or Cloud, people consult long after they retire…

A great programmer can end up as a CEO.. that’s where you can go.. But you have to be great, technical folks prefer to stay on as CTO… Or some even become Distinguished architects or publish white papers and have a lot of patents under their name.. Options are endless, you just need to put your mind to it..

But why Programmer ? What drives you to do that ? ask yourself that question…

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flawlessking wrote:

Correct..Just imagine, mera beta plumber hai!! It won’t sound cheap in other countries but Indians have different mentality…soch badlo desh badlo

Ek fresher PLUMBER, ek fresher ENGINEER se zyada paisa chaapta hai 💰💰💰💰

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TempAcc wrote:

@tristar

I am midway to an IT degree from tier2 college.
As its vast nature unable to decide where should I focus.
Some of my friends from top universities are doing competitive, my batchmates finished flutter. but I end up in the same position to decide in which area I should focus.

Had seen typical Banglore 9to5 in many web series, and I am sure that I can’t sit in the same chair 9to5 in with that workload most of the life, and don’t want to move to Bangalore.

I want to pursue ms from Us/Norway/Europe, after coming back plan is to run an IT/CS business at hometown.

can you please suggest some field to work on at least till my graduation? after ms, no one knows where life brings me on.
Nice IT-related career social portals or genuine career counselor suggestions are welcome too.

Proud to hear that You want to come back to INDIA after study completion.

Hope you achieve your goals

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Hi I want to ask you why u choose ur career /job …
It’s was done consciously or compulsively …
As data suggest more than 65% don’t like there work (I am not talkingabout other things like salary, boss, office politics)and in every 1 hr one student is choosing death over life .. (facts by human resources department ) …
So the problem lies in the root ….
Open for ur comments now ….

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It is the time of life spent in the Indian education system, with parents having gone through the same. Very rarely someone will realize that they can take up an unconventional path. The ones who do, are inspired by some situation or someone (a mentor). The parents who took an unconventional path in their lives can serve as good mentors. Otherwise, it is just students going with the flow. The situation of suicide is just sad. I feel that there might be low points in everyone’s life. There will be suffering but what is the worse that can happen? You will bounce back someday from your lowest low. Till then just stay strong. Spirit of not giving up also needs to be inculcated at the early stages of one’s life and society should acknowledge the need for such things. In the end, it is just the state of our education system where we fail as a society. That is where the future growth of the nation relies on. Very hard to move forward with uneducated people leading the nation.

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Ek fresher PLUMBER, ek fresher ENGINEER se zyada paisa chaapta hai 💰💰💰💰

Forget about fresher engineer…
Plumber types job earn very well if you see the Rs/Hour ..
Most of the times it will be like 500Rs/Hr..way more than even mid level engineers

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@tristar
How is the hiring Trend in IT this days ?? Picking up…
Are there any talks about salary restructuring with regards to Flexi home working ?

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Sudarshan61 wrote:

Forget about fresher engineer…
Plumber types job earn very well if you see the Rs/Hour ..
Most of the times it will be like 500Rs/Hr..way more than even mid level engineers

Exactly.

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