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ramamohan gogula

Joined: Mar 29, 2012
Posts: 3
Hi, My name is Ramamohan and learned java technologies like core java and servlets and jsp and struts and hibernate ........
I completed MCA 2011 i put resume in job portals but didn't get any mails or calls as a frehser of java
what should i do........
How to get opprtunity with organization.
current Location is Bangalore..
please provide information
gurpeet singh
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Joined: Apr 04, 2012
Posts: 924

hi ramamohan,
you should not get hopeless. Job portals will call you. But since you are a fresher i would recommend you to keep an eye on off campus placements and all. also every company has a careers section , you can upload your resume there also. Secondly if you have your friend working in any of the companies probably seniors ask them to refer you if they have any system which i'm sure companies are having. your best bet would be off campus placements. hope it helps. all the best and do post once you get your dream company .
Henry Wong

Joined: Sep 28, 2004
Posts: 20538

Agreed. A lot of universities has programs where they bring in companies to recruit (generally because of alumni in those companies). If your university offer such events -- definitely take advantage of it. This will likely be better than any job-site as these events are designed for no to little experience candidates.

Also, if your university offer summer internships *definitely* take advantage of those -- these are chances to show your ability to learn, and develop contacts before you graduate.... admittedly, based on your post, this is probably no longer an option regardless.


Books: Java Threads, 3rd Edition, Jini in a Nutshell, and Java Gems (contributor)
arulk pillai
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Joined: May 31, 2007
Posts: 3371
I was in a similar position like you 12 years ago. Though that that organization will start to call me with my Master's degree. It is imperative to gain skills in job hunting, networking, etc. It is a very competitive market out there and there are thousands of other beginners like you. I have shared some of my experiences at http://java-success.blogspot.com.au/p/career-tips.html. The ones that will be very handy are

1. Getting some hands-on experience on your CV
2. Handy job hunting tips in tough times

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