Siliconindia career workshop avows IT professionals

By siliconindia staff writer   |   Monday, 29 August 2005, 07:00 Hrs
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BANGALORE: Professionals across industries are at cross roads unable to decide whatÂ’s good for them when it comes to choosing careers.

IT professionals are not immune to such a dilemma. They always find it difficult to decide between a career in technical and management stream. But the siliconindia career workshop held in Bangalore on Saturday August 27 helped mitigate the problem by solving most of the questions that IT professionals had.

Topics like how to break the barrier and develop great careers, invest in yourself and how to identify and switch to areas that offer growth potential made IT professionals sit and take notice on what values they hold in their career.

Speakers after speaker spoke at length which made IT professionals realize their true potential and go back fully convinced that their careers are valuable only if they worked upon them religiously and judiciously. The 700 plus professionals who attended the workshop had one thing to say- the workshop helped them come out of their problems.

Even companies that had put up booths to recruit had one thing to say- they laid their hands on talented professionals in one stroke without the humdrum of going through thousands of applications which otherwise lands at their office.

Craig Chatterton, Country Manager, SupportSoft India, who was one of the speakers, was more vocal about the event and the kind of candidates he got. He said “He met some real good people who he thinks have the ability to take his company to the next level."

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