Indian Campuses are abuzz with recruitment processes. Many professional schools offering MBA and MCA qualification and other Engineering Colleges have just taken a whiff of the fresh breeze from the pensive campus placements and recruitment procedures.
It is the time of the year when many students still pursuing there final year or semester of Engineering is already brandishing their lucrative appointment letters. Anirudh, Sampat, Jojo Varghese, Charul Gupta are the students still in their final year of Engineering and already secured lucrative job offers at Tata Consulting Services, Infosys Technologies Private Limited etc.
Most of the students are absolutely thrilled at the prospect of a new life, professional life unfolding in front of their eyes. At the same time, they are nervous about getting adjusted to a new work environ. It is tough for them.
From the classroom to the work desk needs a lot of mental stamina. It is a transition from being pampered, loved to being accountable to minute details. Nevertheless, it’s the time of the year when Darwin’s ‘Survival of the fittest’ has to be ruminating.
Many noted and committed faculty members of various renowned educational institutions to come to rescue their students from the new job worries. In fact, students get back to their teachers for some fast working tips pertaining to adjustment to new jobs.
Faculties say that the student or the just born professional has to enter into the professional world with a bang. I personally feel that it’s like, one can never learn swimming standing and staring at the deep waters, one needs to take a plunge into it with an utmost adventurous spirit.
Embarking upon a professional journey is just like that. Mentioned underneath is expert advice that sprouts from extensive research.
- Reach out: Students joining as new recruits have to reach out to one and all in the organization. They cannot limit themselves to their workstation. Talking to seniors as and when time permits and demonstrating interest towards new technologies and procedures will help immensely. If you are a new joint in the company you will see yourself blending into the company effortlessly doing this.
- Be curious: Be curious and ask questions. This will help you get a hang of the company procedures. But do this prudently. Ask questions only when you are ‘genuinely’ curious. Simply asking doubts just because you want to be seen around will rope in adverse effects. People will stay away from you.
- Be focused: The time you are spending in the company is more than an investment. Stay focused and learn the job well. Consider the first job a stepping stone to astounding professional success.
- Don’t be opinionated: Don’t have opinions on anyone. Do your job and be happy with it. Do not indulge in desultory gossip about seniors and colleagues. This will mar your image terribly. Do not be judgmental. Do your job responsibly and sustain the spirit of ‘learning’. Nothing else you need to do at this juncture of your professional life.
- Be helpful: Take an initiative when called for. Try to help other freshers who need your help. Try to enter into the nitty-gritty of your job sphere. Be analytical always. Be on people’s good side always.
I am sure these suggestions will help you cope with the newly secured job. Practicing these suggestions will help you break the blues. They will also help you grow and establish yourself as a professional. Do share these tips with all your friends recently recruited. In case you have anything else to share do that here, right underneath this article.
Wishing you success!