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Hi All,

I'm working as a software developer in an IT firm, with CTC of 2.4 p.a. and net pay 16k. Nevertheless the work is good(security domain) and the culture is very friendly. Its been 11 months now. Before that i had a PG Diploma from XXXX (a government organization) as well.

However growth chances(monitory) are very as its a small sized.

Recently i received an offer from one of the top 3 company in India which offering CTC approx 3.15 p.a. However, i have to join as a fresher and my prior experience and training will not be entertained.

Kindly suggest me.What to do....?

Thanks in advance.

Regards,
Amit
 
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Hi Amit
You already have answered your question
Regards
Gourav
 
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@Gourav
What you mean...? I didn't get you..?
Please be clear
 
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Amit Kaushal wrote: . . . What you mean...? I didn't get you..?

Welcome to JavaRanch

I think he means you ought to stay in your present job. But I may be mistaken.
 
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Amit Kaushal wrote:@Gourav . . . Please be clear

Agree. Your reply was not at all clear.
 
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All depends on your career objectives amd goals.

The following link may shed some light.
 
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Hi Arulk,

First of all thanks a lot.
As you said thats true. But i dont know exactly about the growth in IT sector. Also i want to gain position and at one instant money does matters.

Hope you understand.

Guys please reply i need help...!!!

Regards,
 
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Hi Amit..

I think you should join the new company... Its ok if you have to join as a fresher because there will be clear difference between your performance and fresher's. There are high chances that you will progress rapidly... besides most companies does not count 11 months as good experience...
 
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