what will happen to my future ,i have less then 60% in 10th and 12th and i want a placement......
here ,my long term goal is to do MBA from best college in india , firstly i want to have a good placement from my college......Posted in: #Campus Placements
Nothing to worry about. The traditional ways of recruitment are changing. Your graduation and PG marks don't matter if you have sufficient expertise in the skills required for the job.
Remote Jobs are rapidly becoming mainstream - where the companies from around the world recruit candidates for their skills. At CrazyEngineers we list all such remote jobs on daily basis and you can look at them on Remote Jobs for Engineers | CrazyEngineers .
For example, you can study SEO, Digital Marketing and apply for suitable jobs. All you need is ability to demonstrate your skills. You can do that by offering free consultation to someone or doing some freelance work online.
The best part of these jobs is that they offer international salaries - ranging anywhere between $40,000 USD/Year to $150K/year; and even more. Stop worrying about your educational performance and start building relevant skills. All the best!
In present days the companies are recruiting the people based on the skill set and not based on the marks.Even if you have less than 60% it is not a matter, if you have a strong skill set you can easily get the job in a well reputed organization. For example some of the people have Backlogs in their studies even thought they are doing the jobs now. so focus on improving skills and don't worry about educational marks. All the best.
VMIT welcomes the students after 10th & 12th to join the polytechnic course to give your career a perfect shape. It is the Best Diploma colleges in Ranchi, Jharkhand has global recognition. The institution is approved by AICTE. So, the students can rest assured that they are starting their journey towards success through the most reputed polytechnic college in the state. VMIT has a widespread campus, with spacious classrooms, well-equipped laboratories, workshops, libraries, and various digital learning facilities.