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Carrying original marksheets in Interview Location

 
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Hi all,

For experienced professionals, is it compulsary to carry original marksheets at the interview venue?

At times, I might need to travel from one state to another in India for appearing in some of the interviews, hence asked this. Kindly let me know on this.

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Anthony.
 
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I was never asked for original / photocopy of Mark sheets/Experience letters except Resume / CV for the interview.
I am based in India and not sure about other countries.
 
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For experienced professionals, is it compulsary to carry original marksheets at the interview venue?

At times, I might need to travel from one state to another in India for appearing in some of the interviews, hence asked this. Kindly let me know on this.



No you don't have to worry about it. Its rare for employers to ask for your original certificates.
 
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