Originally posted by KJ Reddy:
Depends on your location and person interest. If a person in India and more interested in onsite he prefers services company. This doesnt mean that only or all services companies will send onsite. If the person is not India onsite parameter wont come into his mind.
[ January 25, 2006: Message edited by: KJ Reddy ]
Originally posted by KJ Reddy:
I didnt understand how it makes difference. But to answer your query one of company I worked before, they went to my college, school, home town and to all my previous companies to enquire about me.
Originally posted by Ramesh Choudhary:
Have anybody applied for CAT.Iam planning to give it a try next year.But I cringe whenever I see the competition.
Is part time MBA worth the effort?
Or GMAT is a safer option when compared to CAT?
I fear of stagnation after 4-5 years in my career(with out an MBA degree).What's you opinion?
Originally posted by Raveesh Ranjan:
Well, Lehman Brothers are basically into global investment banking. Ask anyone pursuing or wanting to pursue an MBA in finance...Lehman Brothers will surely be among his/her dream companies!!!
They hire only from top-notch B-school campuses like the IIMs (A, B, C only) & offer tremendous job profiles coupled with astonishingly high paychecks...& one must consider oneself terribly lucky to get into Lehman Brothers!!!
They've recently set up an offshore centre at Powai in Mumbai...don't have much idea about the kind of work they do there but again the pay must be something to reckon with!!!
Originally posted by Karthik Rajashekaran:
does QA or testing has good career growth ?
Can i earn very big bucks in next 10years?
Can i climb up the ladder in QA ???
Originally posted by Sharad P Kumar:
I currently work for a Software House in London and have 2 years of experience here. I've been contemplating moving to one of the many prestigious Investment Banks, possibly in a back office environment. What chance do you think I'll have? My main concern is that a few banks have begun outsourcing and others will probably follow suit. Do you think it would be risky to move to a financial institution in the current climate, where thousands of back office jobs have been outsourced from London in recent times?
Also, will lack of knowledge of financial instruments work against me? I have some *basic* knowledge (I worked on a Bond Trading System which I've just finished and have some understanding on the way it works and the calculations), but nothing in depth.
Any advice is much appreciated.
[ January 05, 2006: Message edited by: Sharad P Kumar ]
Originally posted by Victor Banerjee:
Agreed that these companies are bigger than ATOS but they are not primarily "Software Companies". They are finance companies and you would be working for the "Software operations" of these companies which may not be more than 1000 people. Whereas Atos is a 46,000 strong company purely into IT services. The comparison is far from apple v/s apple.
Though I am surprised that Management asks you to resign just because you want to work on a particular technology. Did not think that HR of any software company can take that stance these days considering the dearth of people.