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I heartily support this argument. Yes Indian companies
have an unjustifiable obsession for Engg graduates.

Venkat

--- "Komaragiri, Parameswer R (Parameswer)** CTR **"
<param@lucent.com> wrote:
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> 	The skill set required in IT Industry is dependent
> on platform on
> which
> 	a job is posted, and relevant qualifications and
> proficiency an
> applicant should show
> 	while appearing for screening.
> 	Now it is beyond my comprehension as to why most
> companies and
> recruiters in India are obsessed
> 	with Engineering qualifications.
> 	For the candidate to work on software, if the
> skills of logical
> thinking or any similar scientific approach are felt
> essential,
> 	then It can be atleast B.Sc. or mathematics etc.
> subjects, commerce
> etc. along with Engineering.
> 	Why this exclusive Engineering obsession ! Being
> myself a mechanical
> Engineer, and working on Software,
> 	I am unable to comprehend the blunt approach !
> 
> 	1) When for civil services it is enough to be
> Graduate in any
> discipline, for a field like software,
> 	     which just like type higher/lower like
> technical skills needed
> for a job of typist , or shorthand for another
> similar
> 	     job, Instead of emphasizing such added
> qualifications which
> again can be put to test,
> 	     Are they not discriminating against other
> Graduates ! 
> 
> 	 2) For various reasons one does not take up
> Engineering & that
> doesn't mean he does  not possess logical skills 
> 	    required of a computer  professional!
> 
> 	3) Unfortunately those software professionals
> working overseas also
> started believing this myth that they are born to
> work
> 	   in computers more successfully than others!
> 
> 	4) Govt it self encouraged , established , lots of
> IT related
> courses but ignores this fundamental screening taken
> up by
> 	    Pvt. Industries . Because it is Pvt. Govt
> doesn't have any role
> to control !
> 
> 	5) If India wants to create a healthy atmosphere in
> IT Industry
> regarding recruitment, let there be a policy
> >    dictating something like PG Diploma or MCA as
> prerequisites for a
> > computer Job and Not let This Obsession
> >    not be Ignored by those in Govt which lead to
> Hypocracy of Equal
> > Oppurtunity.
> > 
> 
> 
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