hello ma'am,i am a homemaker and looking for some right career guidance. i am a b.tech graduate
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\nView Less
Hi Arushi,\nLearning english is very very easy. It requires practice, practice and practice. Please