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Hi guys, Is it good to Join BPOs even after doing MBA? As there are plenty of jobs available in the BPO industry for graduates itself.
From India , Bangalore
Hi Vishwas,
Joining a BPO is not a problem even after your MBA, basically it depends on which kind of job you will do in the BPO's.
Is the job related to your specialisation??
If the answer is yes, I don't see any problems in joining a BPO.
Cheers
Archna
From India , Delhi
Hi archana,
Thanks for the reply. Generally the perception towards BPOs is that there will be less scope for the career growth and the experience may not consider when we want to switch over. I mentioned career growth coz., it is more of a routine kind of a job in handling processes.
From India , Bangalore
As archana said it is again depends upon the job profile u get.... when u ll switch at that time employer ll look for the things u can handle and what u have learnt.....
and KPO is also a good option available 4 d MBA's.... it ll pay u good and also u can utilize ur specialized knowledge

Hi!
People could people residing in NCR & Delhi meet up on a mutually agreed day & date,just like HR people did.
It will give be a great intraction as well as beneficial. Modalities need to be discusswed about the meetingits agenda etc but latere I want people to explore this posssibility.
Waiting for a positive reply!!!
Cheers,
Siddharth Elhence
9818334941(Delhi)

From India , Gurgaon
Hi!
People could people residing in NCR & Delhi meet up on a mutually agreed day & date,just like HR people did.
It will give be a great intraction as well as beneficial. Modalities need to be discusswed about the meetingits agenda etc but latere I want people to explore this posssibility.
Waiting for a positive reply!!!
Cheers,
Siddharth Elhence
9818334941(Delhi)

From India , Gurgaon
Dear All!!
People residing in NCR & Delhi could meet up at a agreed date & time. Just like HR people have done, thats really commendable!!!!
Waiting for a positive reply!!
Cheers,
Siddharth Elhence
9818334941(Delhi)
From India , Gurgaon
Dear All!!
People residing in NCR & Delhi could meet up at a agreed date & time. Just like HR people have done, thats really commendable!!!!
Waiting for a positive reply!!
Cheers,
Siddharth Elhence
9818334941(Delhi)
From India , Gurgaon
Hi! I have been trying to group finance people together to meet up offline!! As Archana & HR group did!! Please help!! Siddharth Elhence 9818334941(Delhi)
From India , Gurgaon
I am a qualified Accountant in BPO service. Service in BPo certainly a routine and regular for Finance and Accounts stream. It is a support service to others in the Unit. Rarely our services are recognised here.

Dear friend ,

I can understand that joining a BPO after completing MBA seems a bit out-of-the-tune , sometimes insulting also. but in the end it all depends on the profile you get.

If you get a process related to financial consultancy , business modelling , back-end process in ur competancy area etc , you ll enjoy it (most probably) . on the other hand you may feel not selling airline tickets (but in that case you shouldn't have joined that firm).

I started my career as a photo-journalist , moved into Advertising (worked in both worlds - space selling and content creation) for two n a half year. Then I decided to do MBA.

I completed my Masters in 2004 , that too from a premier institute . worked as a lecturer of HRDM in an management institute for a semester.

Then decided to join BPO after a long struggle in my heart, mind , brain .... Appeared for GE interview , got rejected for the reason that i belong to a group of insti from which they don't hire - IITs, NITs and IIMs!!!

Then I joined Daksh (now IBM) . and I enjoyed thoroughly my stay there. Even today when I am working at another place - in an organization which is just one of its kind in this country , i miss IBM. I owe a lot to BPOs.

Just rem two things , If you want to go for BPO :

#1# Go for a career and not for a time-pass or launching pad .

#2# Be ready to work at the lowest level , perhaps this is one of the rare industries in India which actually respect competency.

Best of luck for a bright future in watsoever field you choose for yourself.

Manish
From India , Madras
Hi, You should take care of your health and should adjust to the abnormal timings in BPO sector to work . You can decide on your own with the qualification and skills . Thanks & Regards, Viswanath
From India , Mumbai
Hi,
see if u want to earn good money in short span of time
its really good u will get good rewards for ur hard n smart work
but the experience which u will get there will not consider any body other
than again BPO's
just think good money or work which relates to your education

According to me, if u r joining as a team head for around 20 people or so, its good join.
But better option is to join KPO compared to that of BPO. Because, their u will have some brain storming jobs and u have a wide scope for career development.

I believe it is good to join BPO as far as first job is concerned because bpo gives us a great opportunity to grow in every area be it communication skill or compure litracy. And in country like ours we badly need bpo jobs because if we dont go for bpo, we will strive. And as the case of MBA education, then why not mba should join bpo?
And as far as the experiance of the BPO is concerned choice is ours that we are in which BPO. but still it is an opportunity to work at bpo, because it teaches us lots of thing though it is tough to be in one bpo for the long time.

Hai Vishwas,
After doing the Masters degree in Management, i don't think joining in the BPO industry is the Fair Idea, Instead you can get in to a KPO (Knowledge Process Industry) where lots of analytics are involved, which will be also a challenging job too. Once u work in a KPO, there is a chance you can easily switchover to the consulting companies.
Instead of joining in BPO, y don't u think of setting up a Own BPO company.
From India , Bangalore
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