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By Nitish Karhe (Beginner)  8 years ago   2273 views
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If you are placed through campus. Don't even imagine that you will get a mechanical work even though they have mechanical works. After a training they will put you in any of the projects, even if its not of your interest. It can be even documentation or some kind of testing!
SIJO Sam While companies comes to campus they won't evaluate on your software skills, they do just check whether candidates is good in aptitudes i.e. whether he can catch the things fast. IT companies have there own training, they'll teach you from basics.
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Nitish Karhe I'm not pursuing any design courses but can I mention about these courses in my resume with heading as e.g. ' CATIA (pursuing) '
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Nitish Karhe Because I can draw basic information regarding to these courses and I can tell them. So should I?
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SIJO Sam Its not good to write the courses which are not over yet, in a resume, but you can mention basic knowledge on those in skills in skills section. While in F2F interview you can tell that currently you are pursuing course.
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