I am really depressed. I'm a 2015 swoon at B.Tech, but still lagging behind. I really want to get a job. Should I get a job? That I have to do?

Updated on : January 17, 2022 by Xavier Parker



I am really depressed. I'm a 2015 swoon at B.Tech, but still lagging behind. I really want to get a job. Should I get a job? That I have to do?

You should get a job. Get involved in work and in the things you enjoy doing, if you continue to believe that you are depressed ... whatever happens you will continue to be. Your sadness can never be greater than the boundless prospects of tomorrow that you await ... Plus, no matter how much advice and help others give you, only you can help yourself. I decided to be happy today. And all the best for the job. :)

I would definitely recommend getting a job, it gives a person a sense of fulfillment in life. Depression is a vicious cycle that fills you with nothing; Getting a job, especially one you enjoy, can help you stop thinking about depression and break this cycle. If you can avoid it, try starting with a part-time or less stressful position; Depression makes some people more susceptible to the little stressors in life. If you haven't already, I would recommend seeing a psychiatrist or counselor; They will give you good coping skills to help you in your work.

Do the following -

1. Look for companies that do not pay attention to back papers, but have a percentage criterion. Apply to those companies and prepare well.

2. Prepare for the back paper. be sure to clear your back in one go. Generally, colleges do not allow seniors to wait more than 6 months to reexamine late work. So you have 6 months to study for work.

Please don't try to fool your recruiters. Tell them the right thing. If you have a good caliber, they will adapt to your talent.

I read your question and laughed inside my head.

How can you be depressed over such petty issues? He has not yet lived life and has started to get depressed. Believe me, get married once and then you will know what "depression" is.

Arrears, low CGPA, etc., don't matter once you get a job and start a career. Everything that comes after that and how you perform matters.

If your back work gets in the way of getting a job, you need to eliminate it first. If not, then go find a job. It happens to many of us. While I can't say that I have personal experience, I have seen people get depressed for exactly your reason. Don't give up just yet. Your life is beginning.

Good luck

I can't find any reason why you shouldn't get a job. But if you keep looking randomly, it will be a bit difficult to find one. I have some suggestions that I think would help you get a job.

Make sure at first what kind of job you want and where. Prepare a list of jobs that you would like to do. Identify the skills you need for those jobs. You can do this by interacting extensively with people you know who are working in similar roles and searching the internet.

Once you've identified those skills, see how many of them you actually have. If you don't have them, attend

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I can't find any reason why you shouldn't get a job. But if you keep looking randomly, it will be a bit difficult to find one. I have some suggestions that I think would help you get a job.

Make sure at first what kind of job you want and where. Prepare a list of jobs that you would like to do. Identify the skills you need for those jobs. You can do this by interacting extensively with people you know who are working in similar roles and searching the internet.

Once you've identified those skills, see how many of them you actually have. If you don't have them, take courses that will help you achieve them. Work hard. For example, if you want to be a software developer, Java is a skill that will help you a lot. Take a course in Java and get the certificate. This will increase your chances if you get a job. Learn all the skills you can and it will obviously help you a lot during interviews. I improve my communication skills by continuously speaking in English, watching the news in English, and reading the newspaper in English on a daily basis. This is the most important thing, as it will not only give you a job, but it will also give you a good salary.

Create a profile on different job portals such as Naukri, monster, timesjobs and LinkedIn. Have a good resume. Get help from any recruiter or anyone with experience you know to create your Naukri profile and resume. Send your resume to everyone you know who is currently working. Apply for jobs on job portals. Attend all interviews promptly and with complete preparation. Give mock interviews to your friend whom you know

Finally, a little tip. Getting a good job is not easy, but it is not impossible either. You need to work hard, have a lot of patience to get a job. Keep trying until you are successful. Do not lose hope. Hope is everything and decides your success. You will definitely get a job if you demand it with all your heart. If you are serious, I will also be happy to help you. Ping me

I hope this will help. Thanks.

I think you already have some really good suggestions. Looks like a guy has already asked for your resume. I hope it clarifies the interview.

I will give you a suggestion based on my experience.

You have been looking for work for almost 2 years. I can understand the pain, the frustration and the despair.

You have done a course in Java. And you are cooler.
If any of your friends have access to the naukri website, just check once and see how many thousands of candidates are looking for a job in Java with 1-3 years of experience.
Their salary expectations are also low.

So when a company has access to embrace

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I think you already have some really good suggestions. Looks like a guy has already asked for your resume. I hope it clarifies the interview.

I will give you a suggestion based on my experience.

You have been looking for work for almost 2 years. I can understand the pain, the frustration and the despair.

You have done a course in Java. And you are cooler.
If any of your friends have access to the naukri website, just check once and see how many thousands of candidates are looking for a job in Java with 1-3 years of experience.
Their salary expectations are also low.

So when a company has access to a huge pool of up to 1 year experience candidates who would work for 15k, why would they want a level 2 candidate with no experience? (exp values ​​more than certification)

So you have 2 options:
1. If you are clear about Java, look for startups. There are many in Bangalore. Be prepared to work for very low pay, even if it means working for free.
You will learn a lot. Use to the fullest. Within 1 year, I am sure that with the initial experience of 1 year you will be able to easily enter the big companies.
Trust me. Companies are more desperate to find candidates with minimal knowledge.

2. Be flexible. Stop dreaming of a Java job. Your goal should be to enter a large company like IBM, HP, CTS, etc. as a permanent employee for ANY role.
It can be servers, storage, support, phone calls, whatever.
He performs very well there. You will also receive a good salary. In the meantime, continue to develop your skills. Use internal training to achieve the role of your dreams. Make internal contacts with people who work in the domain of your interest.
Within 12 to 18 months, you will be eligible for IJP. Any company would want to fill positions internally. You can apply for jobs within the company and move.

I was in your position many years ago.
My answer is also based on the experiences of many of my friends. I have seen them grow.
Those who got a job on campus and are working cannot answer you. I can!!

In any case you have to be focused. Be flexible, be patient. And go into company immediately. Don't be stubborn waiting for a Java job that pays 3L pa.

DMme for any help. I hope that helps!
Good luck :-)

Yes, quite difficult. I applied for a job as a developer there earlier this year. I have ten years of experience in the software industry and a first-class honors graduate degree from one of the best universities in my country. I initially made a selection with their internal recruiter, which was only to confirm my interest and the details of the position and how it matched my experience. I carefully reviewed the algorithms throughout the process, which took around six weeks after the recruiter's call and consisted, first of all, of an hour-long interview and a coding test with the hiring manager. That

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Yes, quite difficult. I applied for a job as a developer there earlier this year. I have ten years of experience in the software industry and a first-class honors graduate degree from one of the best universities in my country. I initially made a selection with their internal recruiter, which was only to confirm my interest and the details of the position and how it matched my experience. I carefully reviewed the algorithms throughout the process, which took around six weeks after the recruiter's call and consisted, first of all, of an hour-long interview and a coding test with the hiring manager. That was difficult and I thought I hadn't done well enough, but I got the call the following week to attend the on-site event. I did that and it was about three hours of face-to-face interviews that included not one, but two coding tests. I evidently did not meet their high standard and was informed the following week that I was unsuccessful. Maybe with more time / concentration I could have been successful, but they didn't provide me with feedback, so I really don't know how far I was from the hiring bar.

Hi, don't worry about the arrears. That degree certificate cannot decide your entire life in the future. I understand that having a degree certificate is important to apply for jobs or some other things. Focus on the things you learned during the race or start learning things from the beginning, start the new life with a smile and enthusiasm, good morning always ahead if you believe in yourself. Do not think about stupid decisions, take a break and think about what you wanted to do in the future, start doing what you want with dedication and happiness, you are definitely successful in your life.

You can definitely get a backlog job, however, the notable thing here is the amount of backlog and whether the backlog is active or inactive.

Some companies do not allow a single delay in their application criteria, while some of them allow delays of up to 4 in the entire course.

Also, some of the companies allow a certain number of arrears if they are idle or cleared, but do not allow an active or live arrears.

Another scenario is that sometimes a student does not have a backlog of assignments throughout the course until the semester the placements begin. At that point, although 1, the backlog of pending jobs is very high.

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You can definitely get a backlog job, however, the notable thing here is the amount of backlog and whether the backlog is active or inactive.

Some companies do not allow a single delay in their application criteria, while some of them allow delays of up to 4 in the entire course.

Also, some of the companies allow a certain number of arrears if they are idle or cleared, but do not allow an active or live arrears.

Another scenario is that sometimes a student does not have a backlog of work throughout the course until the semester the placements begin. At that point, though 1, the job backlog is highlighted as a live or active backlog before the recruiter. In this case, many companies allow the student to remove the backlog at the end of the course and then join the company.

However, if pending work is still not cleared by the end of the course, your appointment may be canceled.

Hello, in today's industry, age is just a number and has nothing to do with your job.

Haven't done any work in the last three years? No problem!

If you still have the necessary skills and knowledge, all is well.

Just go to Internshala and apply for internships (en masse), then you will get answers from some of them. Choose only those that have a maximum duration of 1 to 2 months. There is a high probability that you will get a full-time job offer from them, if not, ask them for the same.

Don't want internships? Open http://naukri.com and just apply for jobs (in bulk) and the same as above.

Soon you '

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Hello, in today's industry, age is just a number and has nothing to do with your job.

Haven't done any work in the last three years? No problem!

If you still have the necessary skills and knowledge, all is well.

Just go to Internshala and apply for internships (en masse), then you will get answers from some of them. Choose only those that have a maximum duration of 1 to 2 months. There is a high probability that you will get a full-time job offer from them, if not, ask them for the same.

Don't want internships? Open http://naukri.com and just apply for jobs (in bulk) and the same as above.

Soon you will have some job offers in your hand.

I hope this helps.

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