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Ruchi asked

Hello Mam,\nI am a Chartered accountant with 9 years of work experience into accounts, taxation and various other domains in finance. I have 5.5 years of break due to motherhood and relocation. I am looking to restart but I am little scared if I will be able to get the flexibility in terms of time as I will be leaving my child in daycare, I will have to leave at the fixed time and will be unable to stretch.\nShould I try for corporate jobs or consider starting my own practice or get into academics, which again will be a completely new field for me.\n
05 Dec 2017, 12:02pm
Hi Ruchi, CA is in fact a very good profession. You already have options ready with you. For corporate jobs, look at start ups or smaller organisations who may not have full time need and they may be flexible for you to work from home/part time or even freelance. For own practice, you need to have good marketing and customer base. Have you tried registering yourself to cleartax and similar other online tools? Thats a good way to start and can create good customer base. Consider visiting faculty, so get a smooth take off & if you like, then get into full time. Infact , I feel you can do all the 3 things in parallel plus at your own pace and then evaluate the income through all sources. For corporate jobs, just post a message on Linkedin, that you are available as CA ...Its just a matter of making a systematic plan to achieve your goals! I am sure, you can do it. All the best, cheers...
27 Dec 2017, 10:02am View Less
Hi Ruchi, CA is in fact a very good profession. You already have options ready with you. For corpora

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sheetal asked

Hi Sucheta,I have 7 years of experience in the field of IT worked with tcs and mindtree ,i am skilled at java and related technologies.I have handled projects right from development till deployment,Also worked has a freelancer for an android project.I am looking out for some flexi work from home job in this field but very difficult to get flexi work, all i am getting are full time which is quite difficult after having a child.Please guide.
27 Nov 2017, 05:20pm
Hi Sheetal,\nFollowing are the options I can suggest you to look for part time or wfh type of roles.\n\n1. Please search job portal sites which specifically post these kind of job requirements in addition to sheroes. FlexingIT, Guidepoint , merger alpha etc The traditional job portals such as naukri etc also may such..so update ur profile at each and every place u can think of and know.\n\n2. Most important thing is publish on linkedin your skills and experience and publish that u are looking for such opportunities\n\n3. Connect with startups who need help, they will be flexible plus have small projects proof of concepts etc. Working with startups will help you keep your experience alive and be in touch . \n\n4. Networking is the most important in such a situation. connect with people who are decision makers and may hv authority to create work , roles which can be wfh\n\n5. Many companies in USA, UK, Europe, Canada, Australia also outsource lot of such work - plz explore this\n\n6. Explore creative roles - just as writing, blogging etc\n\n7. Last but not the least, try to do something of your own. This country needs more entrepreneurs today. If you have a gr8 idea, any problem you have faced, try to convert it into a solution, product. You may be a founder, CEO of future. There are many companies who fund, support if you have a gr8 idea?\n\n8. Take up courses on entrepreneurship....reskill, stay connected..today there are many online free courses etc available...\n \nSo, I am sure, you can make a difference\nAlso, try to create a good support system at home, remember your family also has the responsibility to raise, take care of your child. Share your responsibilities with all..you dont have to do it all, you dont have to do it alone..Take care of your health ..\n\nAll the Best....\n\n
28 Nov 2017, 12:35pm View Less
Hi Sheetal,\nFollowing are the options I can suggest you to look for part time or wfh type of roles.

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Archana asked

Hi,\nI am a BE (CS) graduate with 3.5 Years experience.I have a gap of 9 years for 2 kids.Even tough I am keen on learning.All my ex colleques sacrare me that IT is very hectic industry and not meant for women. They suggest - Do something else.I am some how tilted towards technology and dont want my experience to go waste.Recently I have done my Oracle Certified Associate Certification, Data Science in R Certification.Technical Writing Certification, Advance Excel Certification,Training in DataWarehousing.Its been 2 years.I was selected in 4 Companies.But either relocation or lack of flexibility is the reason I was rejected.\n.Did I do a wrong choice by opting technology trainings.Is there any new field where my experience is counted and I have reasonable flexibility.I was eager to learn but somehow dejected recently as my 2 years effort and 14 interviews dint fetch me result.\nPlease help\n
01 Nov 2017, 03:38pm
Hi Archana\n\nFirst of all, apologies for late reply. Please dont listen to what other people say. There is nothing like this. There is a big wrong notion about women in this industry. We need to break this. There are many successful women who have been able to do this like Indira Nooyi, Chanda Kochar, many CEOs who are leading banks today, even our minister Sushma swaraj is back to work after a major kidney transplant...so look for successful examples...\n\nYou do what you want, what you like, what you enjoy and be in the company of positive people!\n\nNever ever let this thought come to your mind..you have not done anything wrong....No knowledge is a waste...Its always useful somewhere or the other ,..you never know at point in your life..\n\nDuring your break...also..you have learnt a lot..there is no best role in life like motherhood...So never underestimate yourself..This society and industry has some biases...\n\n14 interviews is nothing...you know I have given atleast 100+ interviews..keep trying..interview is also a learning process.\n\nthere are many companies which respect and encourage flexibility...make a list of such companies..then try to connect through some people there ....networking is the key to success....\n\nMake a study...first be clear what you want to do...\nThen make a plan - \nKeep pursuing...\ncall me @86690 81938 if you need to discuss more...
28 Nov 2017, 12:47pm View Less
Hi Archana\n\nFirst of all, apologies for late reply. Please dont listen to what other people say. T

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Darshana asked

Hello Sucheta, I was working as a developer in Ceil tech an IT project based company. Since 2013 I have taken break to take care of my kid. I want to restart my career. My prev comp got shut and now I am not getting any job. my prev exp was in HTML, PHP and Javascript.
29 Oct 2017, 08:55am
Darshana\n\nLets discuss how you want to restart. Do a research on which companies, need your existing skills. Is there a scope for it now ? Many platforms & technologies have become absolute today. Then decide which are new and upcoming technologies which have more demand and scope nowadays? There is enough research published and tons of articles available on internet.\n\nChoose one skill and reskill yourself. Network, do a research and make a plan on what is doable ...There are many companies who are running campaigns and willing to give opportunities ...\n
28 Nov 2017, 12:53pm View Less
Darshana\n\nLets discuss how you want to restart. Do a research on which companies, need your existi

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Darshana asked

Hello Sucheta, I was working as a developer in Ceil tech an IT project based company. Since 2013 I have taken break to take care of my kid. I want to restart my career. My prev comp got shut and now I am not getting any job. my prev exp was in HTML, PHP and Javascript.
29 Oct 2017, 08:55am
Following are the options I can suggest you to look for part time or wfh type of roles.\\n\\n1. Please search job portal sites which specifically post these kind of job requirements in addition to sheroes. FlexingIT, Guidepoint , merger alpha etc The traditional job portals such as naukri etc also may such..so update ur profile at each and every place u can think of and know.\\n\\n2. Most important thing is publish on linkedin your skills and experience and publish that u are looking for such opportunities\\n\\n3. Connect with startups who need help, they will be flexible plus have small projects proof of concepts etc. Working with startups will help you keep your experience alive and be in touch . \\n\\n4. Networking is the most important in such a situation. connect with people who are decision makers and may hv authority to create work , roles which can be wfh\\n\\n5. Many companies in USA, UK, Europe, Canada, Australia also outsource lot of such work - plz explore this\\n\\n6. Explore creative roles - just as writing, blogging etc\\n\\n7. Last but not the least, try to do something of your own. This country needs more entrepreneurs today. If you have a gr8 idea, any problem you have faced, try to convert it into a solution, product. You may be a founder, CEO of future. There are many companies who fund, support if you have a gr8 idea?\\n\\n8. Take up courses on entrepreneurship....reskill, stay connected..today there are many online free courses etc available..
28 Nov 2017, 12:54pm View Less
Following are the options I can suggest you to look for part time or wfh type of roles.\\n\\n1. Plea

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Darshana asked

Hello Sucheta, I was working as a developer in Ceil tech an IT project based company. Since 2013 I have taken break to take care of my kid. I want to restart my career. My prev comp got shut and now I am not getting any job. my prev exp was in HTML, PHP and Javascript.
29 Oct 2017, 08:55am
\nCall me at 86690 81938 from 9 to 9.30 pm. so we can discuss.\n\n1. Do a detailed research on what is the current market and demand for the skills you already have. If there is still demand and market for it, make a list of companies who need these skills and make a systematic plan to connect with them and apply there\n\n2. If you feel, these skills are not very relevant, decide what reskilling is needed. \n3. You can either learn the new skills on the job or by doing courses or even by doing something of your own\n4. There is lot of research published on what will be the market like in next 10 years\n5. Choose a skill, role more interesting to you or which you like or can easily reskill\n6. First make a plan...have 3 plans...pursue them..you will need lot of will and determination....but if you are determined..you will get want you want..so keep trying..all the best...
28 Nov 2017, 01:00pm View Less
\nCall me at 86690 81938 from 9 to 9.30 pm. so we can discuss.\n\n1. Do a detailed research on what

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Darshana asked

Hello Sucheta, I was working as a developer in Ceil tech an IT project based company. Since 2013 I have taken break to take care of my kid. I want to restart my career. My prev comp got shut and now I am not getting any job. my prev exp was in HTML, PHP and Javascript.
29 Oct 2017, 08:55am
I think, I already answered, but feel free to call me @ 86690 81938 to discuss in detail. Plz send a sms to me first..
28 Nov 2017, 01:01pm View Less
I think, I already answered, but feel free to call me @ 86690 81938 to discuss in detail. Plz send a

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Geetika asked

Hi Sucheta, I had a full-time Visual Design/Animation career 2011 and since then I've been freelancing, uptil now. I'm very intrigued by the advent of UX design in recent times and have been learning it during my free time.\nI'm in my mid 30's now but eager to resume a full-time career in UX. But no matter how many online certifications I've done, or possess a very keen interest or showcase my knowledge in the UX domain via some freelance projects, I'm always questioned about the "lack of professional experience" during interviews. And yes of course there is always gap between what I've taught myself and how the industry operates. Please suggest how should I bridge this gap: I'm very keen on 'Returnee Programs' but almost all of them do not take UX aspirants. I could also use a Mentor to help me through the transition. I'm very confident of the domain I've chosen, I just need an entry point. Any pointers?\n
20 Sep 2017, 06:06pm
Hi Geetika, apologies for late reply. I was unwell and extensively travelling. Networking is the key to success. \n1. Have you published on Linkedin that you are looking up for UX related assignments? Plz broadcast\n2. approach start ups and connect through known sources\n3. make a detailed plan - make a list of companies which need UX kind of skills - start searching one by one in each company and connecting through linkedin or references.\n4. participate in programs, events, try to approach people and give business for them such as SMEs\n5. which city you are based out of...\n\nHave you contacted headhunters? networking and persistent is only the key. If you know a specific company and want me to refer there then I can help referring.
29 Oct 2017, 12:24pm View Less
Hi Geetika, apologies for late reply. I was unwell and extensively travelling. Networking is the key

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Poornima asked

Hi, I am an engineer with 15 years of work experience currently struggling to get the right career break, can you please guide me, Thanks.
19 Sep 2017, 02:49pm
Hi Poornima,\n\nCan please elaborate the nature of experience you have? Which city you are based out of? What are you exactly looking for? Are you currently working or at home?\n\nPlease do give more details so I can help you.
28 Oct 2017, 06:21pm View Less
Hi Poornima,\n\nCan please elaborate the nature of experience you have? Which city you are based out

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Ritika asked

Hello Sucheta!! I have 5 years of manual testing experience mostly in investment banking domain with big MNC. I quit my job few months after my first kid was born and its been 4 years since then. My younger kid is 9 months old. Now I am planning to start with some part time job or work from home kind of work so that I can take care of both kids along with job. Can you please guide.\nAlso if you could suggest some companies which have creche facility on campus would be of great help. Please let me know if I need to share my resume.\nTha
19 Sep 2017, 02:14pm
Hi Ritika\n\nThere are several things you need to plan\n\n1. Create a ecosystem around yourself. Your family is equally responsible for your kids as much as you are. Discuss with your partner and make a plan.\n2. Which city you are currently based out of?\n3. I don't have a ready list of which companies have crèche but I am going to ask Sheroes to make one.\n4. Creche is not the only solution, you can have other alternatives also.\n5. It may not be possible for me to search a job for you but I can guide you on how to search for a job\n6. first decide what role, domain and types of companies most suit your past experience & your needs such as near to house, having crèche etc.. Initially you want part time, wfh ? Are you open for other roles?\n7. based on that, make a list of companies that are most suited for you. Then, go through their website, look if there are openings there. COnnect with the employees of that companies on linkedin etc\n8. network, start talking to people, communities and connect as much as you can\n9. Plublish on linkedin\n10. connect with top few head hunters and HRs in your city\n11. short first 10 companies, try there, track and then again find out 10 new another companies....\n12. update ur resume, linkedin profie...
28 Oct 2017, 06:21pm View Less
Hi Ritika\n\nThere are several things you need to plan\n\n1. Create a ecosystem around yourself. You

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Oliya asked

Hello!\nThis is a tough one!\nI have about 7 years of experience in Hotel Operations my first job after studying hotel management. I have to come to realize that i need to expand my bandwidth in terms of learning and that the IT space is something that i cant afford to ignore now or in the near future. Which brings me to my question i would like to gain experience ( which one can only acquire with a job)in an e-commerce firm ideally in the hospitality space. However i am facing problems even getting an interview as i have NO - IT or E-commerce experience .. \nHence\nHow do i go about getting a job in an e-commerce firm with my background? \n\nA little guidance would go a long way!!\nThank you!!
11 Sep 2017, 08:53pm
Hi Oliya, My sincere apologies for late reply as I was not well and then extensively travelling with very poor connectivity. Following are some options you can try\n1. DO a research on what roles in IT space interests you. It can be digital marketing or lot of similar roles in online space\n2. Take up a part time course on that with a reputed institute which also has campus recruitment's etc\n3. Once you finish the course, explore options for internship. Strong networking and entering through referral will be a good idea to start with. \n4. I am doing more research in this area and stay tunned to my posts in next 2 months.\n
16 Nov 2017, 08:29pm View Less
Hi Oliya, My sincere apologies for late reply as I was not well and then extensively travelling with

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charu asked

Hello ma'm, I am M.tech(CSE) qualified, 2014 passout. Post qualification, I have 1.6 years experience as Asst. Prof. in Dept. of Computer sc. Thereafter, I got married and had to relocate. Now, after 1.5 years of gap, I am looking to start my career in IT. I am quick learner and i am logically sound for programming. Please refer me wherever u can as I want to start my career asap . I am relocatable, preferences are for Hyderabad, Delhi, Gurgaon.
10 Sep 2017, 12:37am
I suggest you research a list of companies in an excel sheet you are interested in . You can try following approaches simultaneously\\\\n\\\\n\\n1. Go these companies websites and check the relevant openings there. In case you find one, please send me an email , I will try to refer you there, in Case I know people there\\\\n\\n2. Second, go to my linkedin profile, look at my connections, check which companies they work for and if those companies interests you, please drop me a message , I can refer you there as well\\\\n\\n3. Become active on linkedin, there are many openings directly published on linkedin\\\\n\\n4. You can announce on linkedin, that you are looking for a job, people may contact you\\\\n\\n5. Pick top 5 headhunters and HR people and connect with them and ask them to refer you. \\\\n\\n6. Have you registered and updated ur resume and profile on job hunting websites?\\\\n\\n7. Sheroes has a list of companies which gives job opportunities for companies returning from break\\\\n8. There are many top corporates like Intel, cap gemini, axis bank, vodafone etc who are hiring women, make a list of them\\\\n\\\\nYou will have to make a detailed plan, make a list and track each opportunity. For any specific job/role or requirement in any company if you want me to route ur resume or refer u, I will surely do that. So, go head and make a detailed plan of companies you want to target\\n\\nAre you open to explore different roles available outside programming. There are many roles available such as Business analysts, content developer, content creation, blogging, business development, sales/marketing, customer relationship management, testing, deployment, project management, co-ordination, quality assurance /control etc which can give you growth.\\\\n\\\\nIdentify your strengths and see how you can leverage your strengths and supplement or compliment them to some of the new roles. User experience is a very vast area - needs lot of creativity, art and natural sense and understanding of how people act, feel, behave. User experience has lot of demand plus also value and earns you good salary in case you develop those skills.\\\\n\\\\nMobile application development, story board creations etc are also very creative fields...\\n
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renuka asked

Hi mam, I am an MCA graduate with 7 years of experience in Windows based and Web based application software development and testing . I worked in 3 companies in Pune. Wipro Technologies is my last company. There is 5 years gap. please suggest me work from home job
07 Sep 2017, 08:53am
I suggest you research a list of companies in an excel sheet you are interested in . You can try following approaches simultaneously\\\\n\\\\n\\n1. Go these companies websites and check the relevant openings there. In case you find one, please send me an email , I will try to refer you there, in Case I know people there\\\\n\\n2. Second, go to my linkedin profile, look at my connections, check which companies they work for and if those companies interests you, please drop me a message , I can refer you there as well\\\\n\\n3. Become active on linkedin, there are many openings directly published on linkedin\\\\n\\n4. You can announce on linkedin, that you are looking for a job, people may contact you\\\\n\\n5. Pick top 5 headhunters and HR people and connect with them and ask them to refer you. \\\\n\\n6. Have you registered and updated ur resume and profile on job hunting websites?\\\\n\\n7. Sheroes has a list of companies which gives job opportunities for companies returning from break\\\\n8. There are many top corporates like Intel, cap gemini, axis bank, vodafone etc who are hiring women, make a list of them\\\\n\\\\nYou will have to make a detailed plan, make a list and track each opportunity. For any specific job/role or requirement in any company if you want me to route ur resume or refer u, I will surely do that. So, go head and make a detailed plan of companies you want to target\\n\\nAre you open to explore different roles available outside programming. There are many roles available such as Business analysts, content developer, content creation, blogging, business development, sales/marketing, customer relationship management, testing, deployment, project management, co-ordination, quality assurance /control etc which can give you growth.\\\\n\\\\nIdentify your strengths and see how you can leverage your strengths and supplement or compliment them to some of the new roles. User experience is a very vast area - needs lot of creativity, art and natural sense and understanding of how people act, feel, behave. User experience has lot of demand plus also value and earns you good salary in case you develop those skills.\\\\n\\\\nMobile application development, story board creations etc are also very creative fields...\\n Some of these jobs have potential to work from home.
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alisha asked

Hello ma'am,\nI am 22 years old and I have finished my b.tech in CSE in 2017. I have got HCL offer for software engineer at 2.75 lpa. I am not happy with the salary. I know I need to work on my skills to get a good company. I did start on my coding skills and it has improved. But after giving many interviews for packages 4.5 lpa and above,I get stuck at the technical interview. Its not easy to take failures as I was topper and didn't expect to face this much struggle. I get very nervous during the interview and even after clearing aptitude and coding rounds I am unable to move forward. What should I do, I am unable to study or focus on anything and feel anxious all the time.
02 Sep 2017, 06:01pm
Hi Alisha. We all have to start somewhere, gain experience, learn practical aspects & get trained on the job and this way we can definitely gain confidence. Only when we do things multiple times, we can expertise in that area. Since you are fresher, obviously you have more theoretical knowledge. Pratical knowledge, you will get while working in the industry. I suggest you keep studying in parallel and keep trying for better jobs. See, once you have good skills, depth, expertise, salary is not a constraint at all. So initially, we should focus on gaining as much knowledge as we can. If the current company you are working on, is a good company, nature of work is good, there are good leads, mentors who can help you, develop your skills, I suggest you keep learning there. Please be careful, while taking a job with higher salary, bcoz sometimes, the nature of work there may not be so great. You may get salary initially, but may not learn any core or key skills and later on you may not be able to apply for a job for higher salary. So you need to choose wisely - working on core product development kind of projects, which needs deep programming skills, algorithms etc is what will help you gain experience and mastery. Money will come with it.\n\nSecond, there are many many websites, which help you prepare and train on advanced coding skills. There are free online trainings and tests also. So, keep practicing whenever you get time and as much as you can\n\nJoin different communities where good discussions happen, if you get an opportunity, teach coding. That way also you will learn.\n\nEveryone feels nervous. Interviewers do understand that. What interviewers look for in freshers is following\nwhat are the things HR and managers look for, how they test us, how they form impressions. Top few qualities you need to demonstrate as a fresher are\n\n1. Seriousness, sincerity, commitment, perseverance, hard work\n2. Sharpness, doing the job without follow up\n3. problem solving\n4. self starter, taking initiatives\n5. leadership\n6. communication skills\n7. general knowledge\n8. Discipline, organised approach\n9 decision making\n10. self learning, learning from experience, mistakes \n\nAttending interviews is an experience in itself.\nWe learn from interviews\nThe more you prepare, the more confident you feel\nYou need to prepare well for each and every interview\n1. You should know/have/ask for the JD /Jpb profile from the HR\n2. Understand mandatory skills or nice to have skills\n3. Go through companies website\n4. Know its products, what market it targets etc\n5. connect with someone from that company such as employees etc over linkedin\n6. talk to them prior to interviews and try to find out what kind of questions will be asked\n7. Make a list of probable questions that could be asked, prepare for answers\n8. feel free to ask the hiring manager - nature of interview, kind of questions such as programming, written test, aptitude etc. They do answer these questions for you to prepare. You can directly ask, what should we prepare for interview.\n9. When you go for interview, sleep well previous night, be fresh, be honest - if you dont know, say you dont know. everyone does not know everything. What they look at, is how you think, how you approach the problems\n10.search, there are lot of interview questions on internet\n11. Worst case, what will happen, you will not know or not give a right answer right? they will not select you. So why worry? Just think, you are just going for experience and not for getting the job. You have nothing to lose. All this will make you feel less tensed, less burdened...and thus, you will not feel nervous\n\nBe very warm, cheerful, happy and energetic. They should like you. Shake hands with them, thank them, send a thank email to HR after the interview.\nFor your next interview, try all the above things and let me know, if you can handle it better\n\nOnly by practise, preparation and experience, we all do b
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alisha asked

Hello ma'am,\nI am 22 years old and I have finished my b.tech in CSE in 2017. I have got HCL offer for software engineer at 2.75 lpa. I am not happy with the salary. I know I need to work on my skills to get a good company. I did start on my coding skills and it has improved. But after giving many interviews for packages 4.5 lpa and above,I get stuck at the technical interview. Its not easy to take failures as I was topper and didn't expect to face this much struggle. I get very nervous during the interview and even after clearing aptitude and coding rounds I am unable to move forward. What should I do, I am unable to study or focus on anything and feel anxious all the time.
02 Sep 2017, 06:01pm
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alisha asked

Hello ma'am,\nI am 22 years old and I have finished my b.tech in CSE in 2017. I have got HCL offer for software engineer at 2.75 lpa. I am not happy with the salary. I know I need to work on my skills to get a good company. I did start on my coding skills and it has improved. But after giving many interviews for packages 4.5 lpa and above,I get stuck at the technical interview. Its not easy to take failures as I was topper and didn't expect to face this much struggle. I get very nervous during the interview and even after clearing aptitude and coding rounds I am unable to move forward. What should I do, I am unable to study or focus on anything and feel anxious all the time.
02 Sep 2017, 06:01pm
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Deepanwita asked

Hi Sucheta, I am Deepanwita from Pune. Hope you are doing good. I have total 7.5 years experience in IT. Last I was in Capgemini and left my job 2 years as I had 2 recurrent miscarriages. Now I have a baby of 1.3 years old and I am desperately looking for a job in Pune location. Can you please help me out anyway? Thanks in advance
01 Sep 2017, 08:37pm
You have 7.5 years of experience in which field? Can you explain your key skills, expertise, and strengths\nI can certainly help you by referring, giving you feedback on any company you chose or help you connect with right people. I suggest you research a list of companies in an excel sheet you are interested in . You can try 3 approaches simultaneously\\n\\n\n1. Go these companies websites and check the relevant openings there. In case you find one, please send me an email , I will try to refer you there, in Case I know people there\\n\n2. Second, go to my linkedin profile, look at my connections, check which companies they for and if those companies interests you, please drop me a message , I can refer you there as well\\n\n3. Become active on linkedin, there are many openings directly published on linkedin\\n\n4. You can announce on linkedin, that you are looking for a job, people may contact you\\n\n5. Pick top 5 headhunters and HR people and connect with them and ask them to refer you. \\n\n6. Have you registered and updated ur resume and profile on job hunting websites?\\n\n7. Sheroes has a list of companies which gives job opportunities for companies returning from break\\n8. There are many top corporates like Intel, cap gemini, axis bank, vodafone etc who are hiring women, make a list of them\\n\\nYou will have to make a detailed plan, make a list and track each opportunity. For any specific job/role or requirement in any company if you me to route ur resume or refer u, I will surely do that. So, go head and make a detailed plan of companies you want to target\n\nAre you open to explore different roles available outside programming. There are many roles available such as Business analysts, content developer, content creation, blogging, business development, sales/marketing, customer relationship management, testing, deployment, project management, co-ordination, quality assurance /control etc which can give you growth.\\n\\nIdentify your strengths and see how you can leverage your strengths and supplement or compliment them to some of the new roles. User experience is a very vast area - needs lot of creativity, art and natural sense and understanding of how people act, feel, behave. User experience has lot of demand plus also value and earns you good salary in case you develop those skills.\\n\\nMobile application development, story board creations etc are also very creative fields...\n
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Shubha asked

I have 12 years experience in oracle apps db...I had to quit my job after I had my 2nd baby in jan 2016, as my leave extension request was not approved. I wish to slowly upgrade my skills and get back. Big data technology is something Im interested in. I want to know if there is any course/certification or anything which i can go for, to add value to my CV. I can send you my resume. Kindly guide.\n\nThanks,
30 Aug 2017, 04:50pm
Hi Shubha, You have a great background and more than a decade of experience. Big data and Hadoop indeed is the right choice to restart. There are many online courses and free videos etc available on you tube. Try exploring them. In addition, many companies may be willing to hire you and train you on latest technologies also, so keep all your options open.\n\nIn the meanwhile, I will send you some good top well known institutions for big data and hadoop certification, give me a couple of days.\n\nWhich city you are based in? Do you want to do full time or part time course. Please check Upgrad - they are offering lot of courses on re skilling.
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Shubha asked

I have 12 years experience in oracle apps db...I had to quit my job after I had my 2nd baby in jan 2016, as my leave extension request was not approved. I wish to slowly upgrade my skills and get back. Big data technology is something Im interested in. I want to know if there is any course/certification or anything which i can go for, to add value to my CV. I can send you my resume. Kindly guide.\n\nThanks,
30 Aug 2017, 04:50pm
Hi Shubha , In addition to Big data and Hadoop, kindly consider SPARK also\n\nRefer to the book Learning Spark - by Holden karau, Andy Konwinski, Patrick Wendell, & Matei Zaharia
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Nikita asked

Hello ma'm...this is nikitafrom pune .I hav 3.5 yrs teaching expe. till 2013.....aftr that i took a matrnity break ...i hav tried a lot in teaching field but not get selected . So i did Selenium testing course recently in August .now can you help me out for getting a job in IT company ....i prefer small scale companies also .I really need a job
30 Aug 2017, 03:34pm
Hi Nikita, There is no dearth of jobs in Pune. I suggest you research a list of companies in an excel sheet you are interested in , such as startups or small companies which you feel comfortable. You can try 3 approaches simultaneously\n\n1. Go these companies websites and check the relevant openings there. In case you find one, please send me an email , I will try to refer you there, in Case I know people there\n2. Second, go to my linkedin profile, look at my connections, check which companies they for and if those companies interests you, please drop me a message , I can refer you there as well\n3. Become active on linkedin, there are many openings directly published on linkedin\n4. You can announce on linkedin, that you are looking for a job, people may contact you\n5. Pick top 5 headhunters and HR people and connect with them and ask them to refer you. \n6. Have you registered and updated ur resume and profile on job hunting websites?\n7. Sheroes has a list of companies which gives job opportunities for companies returning from break\n8. There are many top corporates like Intel, cap gemini, axis bank, vodafone etc who are hiring women, make a list of them\n\nYou will have to make a detailed plan, make a list and track each opportunity. For any specific job/role or requirement in any company if you me to route ur resume or refer u, I will surely do that. So, go head and make a detailed plan of companies you want to target.\nIn case, you are not particular about testing role, you can explore other roles and options also.\n
31 Aug 2017, 03:27pm View Less
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Nidhi asked

Hello Mam,\\n\\nI am working in a cloud telephony company from last 1 year.Initially, I was working in a technical support team and now in a Delivery team.I want some growth in my work and learn some technical things.Please suggest me a way forward. I am not good in coding and languages but i want to learn while I work.
28 Aug 2017, 11:20am
Hi Nidhi, Can I know more about your total work experience, what is your educational qualifications. Do you want to grow in your current organisation or anywhere else also. If you want some growth in your current organisation, you need to find out what are the different career paths there. You also need to check where the demand or most requirement is currently in your organisation. Talking to you HR or manager and understanding what can be the growth path for you will help. \n\nWhat are different roles available outside programming. There are many roles available such as Business analysts, content developer, content creation, blogging, business development, sales/marketing, customer relationship management, testing, deployment, project management, co-ordination, quality assurance /control etc which can give you growth.\n\nIdentify your strengths and see how you can leverage your strengths and supplement or compliment them to some of the new roles. User experience is a very vast area - needs lot of creativity, art and natural sense and understanding of how people act, feel, behave. User experience has lot of demand plus also value and earns you good salary in case you develop those skills.\n\nMobile application development, story board creations etc are also very creative fields... First decide whether you want to grow in your existing organisation or outside. Make a good study and research on what are top few skills & technologies which will be in demand in next 5 to 10 years. Carefully choose one, work on it consciously for 5/6 months, identify companies who need these skills and then apply there. Find a technical mentor who has experience in that field. Volunteer to take up few tasks/assignments and projects and deliver.\n\nI am sure, if you decide and make a detailed plan, work on it with discipline, commitment and determination, you will surely learn and grow. If feel to contact me if you have more detailed questions related to specific skills, technologies or roles.
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Sangita asked

Hi Sucheta, I am a senior IT professional with more than 25 years of experience in IT service delivery. However in the last few years of my overseas stint, I got a lot of exposure in Corporate sustainability activities and developed a keen interest in the same. After coming back to India, I also completed an academic thesis paper on Green Computing in the context of India. At the moment I intend to change my career stream to Sustainability, E-waste management and Green Computing. However I have not been able to find any opportunity. In fact I have not been able to find a channel through which I can look for an opportunity in this field. Would you be able to guide me in this direction? Thanks in advance, Sangita
04 Aug 2017, 10:57am
Hi Sangita,\nIts fantastic to hear about your expertise and skills. This being a new subject in India, you can be one of the starters.\n1. I suggest you make a decent proposal with Business Value Proposition and you can start a company of your own too. There are many people who may be interested in funding if we make a good value proposition. I can help you and guide you in that. Do let me know.\n2. Float this on LinkedIn - it will be your one stop shop, but be careful to protect your IP and Ideas.\n3. We will have to do a survey on who is working on it and I know Samsung was working on it in Korea\n4. We can approach several companies and ask them to start this as a new department - especially IT, Telecom, Mobile, Hardware companies or any companies you think of who will find relevance in this subject \n5. I know some start ups who are working in some other forms of waste management and may want to start this as a new line of business. I will update you on the same.\nPlease feel free to reach out to me @ 86690 81938\nI hope its helpful.\nThanks\nsucheta
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Arushi asked

hello ma'am,i am a homemaker and looking for some right career guidance. i am a b.tech graduate in computer science(2008-12) with no prior work experience as i got married just after my college and after that i was at remote location with my husband.Now we are in delhi and i want to get into it sector but with this huge gap i am unable to get a decent job.what should i do?and besides this i am not very fluent in speaking english.i feel nervous for interviews.ma'am can i get a job,please guide me.
31 Jul 2017, 07:39pm
Hi Arushi,\nLearning english is very very easy. It requires practice, practice and practice. Please set aside daily 1 hour to read news paper, hear news, talk to someone who can help you practice. Its just a matter of time.\nAlso, when you go for interview, just forget that you are going for any interview, just go as if you are going to meet a friend or someone. Be very calm, relax. Dont worry about consequences, worst case what will happen? They will not select you. That;s all. Nothing more than that. That too, they are going to tell you later? So there is really nothing to be afraid of...\n\nTesting can be a good way of starting your career. \nThere are many many start ups in Delhi and one option for you will be to go through acquaintances, referrals etc. Form a good network for yourself. Initially dont worry about the money or salary. Just take up a job and perform best in it.\n\nLook at what are your strengths rather what are your weaknesses. No one takes decisions based on your English speaking skills.\nWhat people look for in an interview is confidence, atittude, learning ability, problem solving skills, thinking, reasoning and so on\n\nFirst decide what area you want to work. That means domain, technology, platform etc \nResearch what areas there are more job requirements\nThen make a detailed plan for companies who are looking for people in this domain.\nFind referrals in this company\nPaytm is hiring a lot in Delhi and they have lot of roles like sales, marketing, business development and so on..\nMake a plan, in an excel sheet - what you need to brush up on, focus on 1 single item based on your research and then target it. Are you open for non technical roles? There are many pink color jobs in Delhi and NCR region\nJoin linkedin communities, FB communities and keep networking and trying\nSheroes and many companies are hiring\nCloud, AI, Machine Learning, Big data, Analytics are upcoming technologies...\nIOT is another big space.\nFirst decide what role, you will be most comfortable with to begin with and then make a plan to achieve it.\nConsistency, perseverance, determination and will is the only thing required.\nAlso, please do think if you can do something of your own? Today there are many organisations who are supporting people to start something of their own. We can be a job creator rather than job finder..\nplease narrow down your options, short list few and get back to me with more detailed questions and we can work on it.\nThanks\n\n
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Divya asked

HI Sucheta , Im at crossroads with family and work. Looking for some guidance . I have 10 years BPO experience , want to develop skills in analytics or cloud . and do a work from home to manage my kid for 2-3 years for now . Currently managing a team of 25 which I love to continue but not sure if I can as there is none to take care of my kid who is 9 months. what should I be doing
24 Jul 2017, 09:42pm
Hi Divya,\n\nIts indeed an important decision you need to make. Lets look at few aspects\n\n1. You have a reach 10 years of experience in the BPO industry and seem to be at a sr managerial level and have already achieved something in your career. 2. You also seem to like your work and njoy it and have further prospects to grow.\n\nSo, I think, next 2 to 3 years are going to be the testing times whatever we do. Whether we develop new skills and take up a new job or role or take up a WFH kind of role. One thing, we should be clear, Not to give up & not to ignore the health and wellness in anyway. \n\nI feel first we can try for following alternatives before we give up on the job and see how your kid can be very well taken care of and you don't feel guilty in anyway while you continue to work. \n\nFollowing are my suggestions, which I have seen many successful women and couples had adopted to improve their work life balance.\n\n\n1. How is your husband's job like? Can his routine be adjusted with your routine so that the child is left for a very short time in creche etc? I knew 1 couple where wife used to work from 8 to 5 and husband used to work from 1/2 pm to 10 pm. That way, the baby had to be taken care of only for 3-4 hrs\n2. Is it possible to call your parents or your husband's parents to stay with you for next 2/3 years or alternately? \n3. Can you have some good reliable nanny who can stay full time with you? May be we can pay her a bit more but she can be really trust worthy?\n4. How much time do you spend in commuting to office? May be for 2/3 years short time, you can change your place and stay very close to office so, you have only 5/10 minutes of commute time and may be, can visit home at least once during lunch etc I know many people who have taken this decision and had really helped them save some 2/3 hrs of their precious time, energy and stress.\n\n5. How supportive is your company in giving some flexibility to moms? Do they support work from home?\n\n6. Do you have a creche in your company?\n\n7. I also feel prioritizing is also very important. Prioritizing career over spending few thousands more for next 2/3 years.\ne.g. On creating an ecosystem & support system around you and in your house is very important, ecosystem of maids, drivers, helpers, nanny and trust worthy servants etc, planning, organizing also helps a lot\n Also channelizing your energies is also very important at this point of time - spending maximum time with kid when you are home rather than doing daily chores, delegating and offloading lot of routine work to maids etc can help\n\nWe don't have to be like a super man doing everything..we should focus, and be very clear in our thinking and approach...\n\nLets look at the other options of taking up another part time job or changing skill sets\n\nGaining new skills will take some time and you will have to spend extra time learning it. If you take a short break and do it during the break time, it will not be a stretch for you. But again you will have to join at little junior level role than what you are currently doing. You may have to start with individual contributor role again - So you should be prepared for it and accept it.\n\nThere are many part time, freelancing kind of roles coming up. \nMay be, you can think of doing a different kind of creative roles - like content creation, blogging, writing, training etc\nLook at your strengths, look at your secondary skills, think how your current experience and expertise can be leveraged , may be to do some consulting kind of work?\n\nOr may be you just take a break and restart fresh after 2/3 years? Market conditions may be different at that time but if you have the will and determination, nothing is impossible!\n\nMost important is, whatever you decide, you should not regret later and look back, You should not feel guilty in anyway or have any feeling of losing on career front etc\nToday, lot of new fields and entreprene
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Hi Divya,\n\nIts indeed an important decision you need to make. Lets look at few aspects\n\n1. You h

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Mohsina asked

Thank you very much Madam....I will definitely follow your instructions. This had been very helpful. This gave me a vision and support to move ahead. Thanks again
18 Jul 2017, 10:48am
Sure, please feel free to contact once you think through and decide. Ok?
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Mohsina asked

Hello Madam, \nI am 31 year old women with two kids. Since I got married in my final year of Engineering I don't have any work experience. Though I have passed Telecom engineering with first class. Now that my kids are old enough want to work. But I m confused from where to start and from what. What kind of career options do I have. Or should I start with bpo. Please give your valuable suggestions. Thank you
17 Jul 2017, 12:55pm
Hi,\n\nIts great to hear that you have completed one important milestone in your life and now ready for a new stint. \n\nFirst think, I would like to assure you that, there are tons of opportunities and only sky is the limit. At this stage, I would like you to first document or think on the following\n\n1) Why you want to work now - for earning money? or for spending the free time which you are getting now or for making a long term career ?\n2) What are your hobbies and interests? What do you like genuinely to do? The reason I am asking this is, when our work is related to our hobbies, we on board faster, engage faster and enjoy the work.\n\n2a) What are your strengths? Do you like talking? do you like meeting people , arranging events etc? writing, blogging? content writing/creation? web designing so on?\n\n2b) Do you want to work from home or in office or part time?\n\n2c) Do you want to start something of your own? Do you have a great idea? Have you faced a problem or pain which you feel others might have also faced? You can start a small business or service. There are many organisations today who are training people on entrepreneurship.\n\n3) If you want to do a full flegde job in IT/Telecom, here is where you can start \n\na) What kind of role you think you many like to play initially ? e.g. sales/marketing, teaching, coding, business development, programming, project management, customer relationship management so on\nb) Secondly what are the fields/areas and domains which have more demand or requirement today e.g. Analytics, Artificial Intelligence,Machine learning, IOT, Cloud, NFV, SDN etc\n\nc) Today are there many companies who are giving 2nd career opportunities for returning moms - Intel, vodafone, accenture, Axis bank, so on and they also train the new joinees.\n\nd) I would suggest, first you make a list of companies who is giving break to women - sheroes will be able to help you on that front or you can just search companies who are hiring women who were on career break\n\nI would suggest, you just start somewhere..if you get a good opening, just take it..experience it..you will know what you like, what you dont like and then you can always change, switch and decide, in long run what to do..\n\nMost important is to start somewhere..\n\nSo make a plan..make a list of things you need to research, plan it, execute it. Talk to friends in your network, and know whats going around in your city, meet many people and I am sure something will definitely click...\n\nIt totally depends on your efforts, commitment, discipline, will and determination :)\n\nAll the best, let me know if my reply is helpful to you.\n\nThanks
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Venus asked

hi,\ni am an unemployed 45 year old dentist ,i have 12 years of experience in dentistry in india and abroad..however i am unable to find a sutiable job here in india for eight years now..the clinics which have vacancies..do not have good quality materilas or equipments and treating patients in those clinics may actually harm the patients..moreover the salary they offer is not enough to cover food and travel expenses..so i started studying for mds enbtrance exams..its my third attempt this year..my parents send em money to cover my basic expenses..but as i feed stray dogs in my neighbourhood(i put all the feeding videos on facebook),i don't have enough money for dogs or myself..so i need a small job parttime..either online or otherwise..which does not involve a lot of travel..where i can earn about rs.4000 or rs.5000 a month..i cannot do sales and marketing..i have a flat of my own in vasai..mumbai..and computer and internet connection..if someone teaches me coding which can lead to an income ,i would be glad to learn that too..also if it is required,i could also,thta would also help..\n\n\nthanks,\n\ndr.venus john\n\ncell no.09766819278\n\nec69,b4,evershine city,vasai east-401208\n\nmumbai\n\n\nhttps://www.facebook.com/venusjon
12 Jul 2017, 03:41pm
Hi Venus. Thanks for your email. Let us look at few important things, which I understand from your email.\n\n1. Your long terms goals - I see you have a rich 12 years of experience in dentistry which is a respectable profession. Please let me know, if you want to continue in this profession in the long run or not. I also see that since you are studying for MDS exam, you want to continue in the field of medicine and build on your dentistry experience. I see a big opportunity for you here. If you know the problems in this field of dentistry, can you solve them? Can you suggest them where the good quality materials and equipments are available? How to procure them? DO you have contact abroad, where you can find out the best medical facilities in dentistry etc? if you do not want to practice, may be you can be a consultant in dentistry? You can start some dentistry services by associating with organisations such as schools, hospitals and I think there are so many options, even to spread awareness etc. I think, if you know the pain areas of doctors, patients or any players in the dentistry eco system, you can work on finding solutions for them and come up with your ideas and start something of your own. Also, can you find which clinics are good? How many of them are good? DO some research on this? Do you like teaching? Have you explored of teaching option is any dentistry colleges?\n2. Your short term goals - I understand that you want to earn money for your day to day living and hence you want to learn coding? Coding can be done for millions of different things. You need to study on what you want to learn. May be web designing? You need to find out who teaches it, what are the course fees, what are immediate income earning opportunities after you learn? Since this is a new field, will you be able to work independently initially from home or will have to go to office etc\nI think, if you just want to learn coding to earn some temporary income, you try to see what secondary profession you can generate out of your dentistry income which will be more effective and useful\n \n3. Your hobbies - I understand that you like to feed dogs and there are lot of associations who work for this cause. You may want to search on internet and associate with them. Even here, you can do lot of innovative things. You can start a dog feeding community in your area and find a mechanism to collect the left over food from many houses, collect it and then feed the dogs and so on. This will help serve the purpose plus save your money\n4. Some temporary source of income - There are many other temporary options and jobs which are available. Such as a blogging, content writing etc. Please do think more on this, identify your strengths, what you are good at, what you like to do and if you dont want to quit dentistry, then what are other professions around dentistry which you can take up.\n\nI hope this is useful. Please do think about this in details and let me know what you think about my inputs/suggestions.
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Hello, I am Miss Catherine Achivina from Kuwait by nationality base in London, a retired widow without a child. I am dying down in hospital bed, don't know what tomorrow will be, according to the Doctor. I was poisoned and has got my liver damaged it will take the grace of GOD for me to live for some weeks due to liver damaged problem. Now I needed a true Christianity who to trusted my Properties for a Charity Organizations project work of God, if you are Interested to accomplish my wish and make my dream come true in this charity project email me on this email address:( iiermind150@gmail.com ) for more details on what to do.
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