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Bangalore Salary MNCs - J2EE ??

 
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I have 7 years of experience in J2EE working as a Tech. Lead in one of top most Indian IT company for very low salary (7.5 lacs pa)

1) Now I want to shift to small/big MNCs where the pay is good. How much
salary I can expect??

2) I am planning to search for a job which gives me 14 lacs pa . Is is easy?

3) What the companies that pay good (small companies also okay)?
 
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"Sasikumar",

There aren't many rules that you need to worry about here on the Ranch, but one that we take very seriously regards the use of proper names. Please take a look at the JavaRanch Naming Policy and adjust your display name to match it.

In particular, your display name must be a first and a last name separated by a space character, and must not be obviously fictitious.

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14 LPA at your experience should not be difficult.
 
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Originally posted by Sasi:
I have 7 years of experience in J2EE working as a Tech. Lead in one of top most Indian IT company for very low salary (7.5 lacs pa)

1) Now I want to shift to small/big MNCs where the pay is good. How much
salary I can expect??

2) I am planning to search for a job which gives me 14 lacs pa . Is is easy?

3) What the companies that pay good (small companies also okay)?



Well I wish you best of luck for your search. But I think Salary Hike also depends upon your current drwan salary as per my experience specially this is true with big MNC's. You mey get sucess in small MNC's.

I wish you again best of luck.
 
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Agree with Ankur's post. Big MNCs give hike as per the current salary. But you can get a sweet deal in small cos. Also it's important to do some research on what kind of package, a person of your experience can expect. This info. comes in handy.

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Agree with san. (I would really appreciate san ban if you follow naming policy.)

Once I asked 100% hike with one MNC, and HR did not call me again.
 
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