No, it is not. I think he is just desperate to get into them.
Originally posted by Karthik Rajashekaran:
LET ME KNOW WHICH CONSULTANT IN BANGALORE CAN I APPROACH TO GET CALLS FROM ORACLE AND ACCENTURE ....I AM READY PAY EXTRA BUCKS FOR THAT
I have contact details of a consultant called Ashok Sachan. As I am registered with jobsahead.com, I often get emails from him for Accenture walk-in interviews - in both Banglore and Mumbai. You do not have to offer him any money.
Just posting same thing in different thread may not help you much and it may lead to people may start over looking your threads because of duplicate threads.
I do understand you are desperate for a change, but this approach may not be helpful to you much.
If you go to www.naukri.com,www.monsterindia.com you can get lot of consultants list and apply to all of them. Many consultants may not post saying that they have openings with Accenture or Oracle because they mostly handle openings with different companies. So just apply all the consultants and when you get call from them tell them that you are looking job only with particular companies.
First you need to graduate out from being a fruit(innocent person) to somewhat shrewd person... [ January 17, 2006: Message edited by: Vetti Payan ]
posted 14 years ago
Karthik,you keep asking lot of brainless questions every now and then..I understand that you are currently working in Satyam and want to jump from there desperately..You keep asking stupid questions like how should I jump to IBM,Sun,Oracle,Accenture,Agile etc..etc..and to top it all you start a seperate thread for each..
Do one thing..First build your technical competency strongly and then try..or post a thread in Jobs Wanted section...surely you will land in a good job easily..All the best...
[ January 17, 2006: Message edited by: Vetti Payan ] [ January 17, 2006: Message edited by: Vetti Payan ]
I'd just like to add my voice (thanks for the help KJ ) to the request for people to put a little bit of effort into their posts. We have a nice entry in the JavaRanch FAQ with suggestions on HowToAskQuestionsOnJavaRanch, (see below), but we also ask people to UseRealWords.