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    ravish
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    Can I apply for jobs with standing backlogs in my B.Tech? If yes, What will be the problems in future?

    I have done my B.Tech but i still have some backlogs in diffrent semester.
    I just want to know can i apply for the job which requires min qualification of B.Tech/B.E.
    If i can then wat will be the problem which i have to face
    Thanx





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    navjotsidhupamal
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    Re: Can I apply for jobs with standing backlogs in my B.Tech? If yes, What will be the problems in future?

    hello friend..!!

    ->yes you have to clear your backlogs for getting job somewhere.
    ->Two backlogs are ok that means you can apply for some job.
    ->but if you have more than two backlogs then you can't get a job in any company.
    ->this is mandatory to clear the backlogs.
    ->to apply for jobs you have to clear your degree or graduation with at least 60% marks.

    thank u!!




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    tanveersandhu
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    Re: Can I apply for jobs with standing backlogs in my B.Tech? If yes, What will be the problems in future?

    My dear friend sure you can apply for jobs with your standing Backlogs.
    But for your kind information i want to tell you that most of the companies which come for recruitment in various colleges gives up to relaxation of 1 or 2 standing Backlogs.
    They demand from the students that the Backlogs should be clear by the time of joining the Company.
    It is very necessary to clear all your Backlogs if you want to go for the Companies.
    Apart from that if you want to have some part time job then there is no issue of your standing Backlogs.
    You can do part time jobs like:
    * Call Centers
    * Data Entering
    * Online Surveys.
    * Web Designing etc.

    For these jobs your Backlogs won't bother you.
    For jobs in a call center you need to have good communication skills and good speaking fluency.
    Thanks.

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