Selasa, 16 Februari 2010

TATA House For Only The Experienced or the Engineers?


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Recently I have received an article from one of the blog reader of this blog.Kindly Comment on the Article.

Hello everyone, I’m one of you all in India and also those who are reading this post at Asav’s and other people’s blogs. I’m 22 years old and I am a B.C.A. Graduate, and I am pursuing MBA from one of the well known private Universities and business school in India, is an average scorer in the whole academic career till date, but is still unemployed and searching for jobs like many of you does.

The main reason for writing this article seems to be very important to me now because some day’s back I got a notice from the college TPO about the visit of TCS in our campus for mass recruitment, it made me happy and I thought that this time I would hit the job and will finally become employed. I filled up all the necessary details on the online portal of TCS and then on the final day of the visit, TCS recruiters told that the job and the whole process is just meant for the Engineer graduates. To my surprise I was astonished to know that ‘these people are finding engineers in the MBA College!’ What? Do Indian Engineering Colleges are not capable enough to provide such efficient and capable Engineers, where they or us are failing??

Following Abstract is Taken from,

My Journey To Billionaire Club: Ratan Tata’s Net Worth

Now, the actual theme is “TATA Group is running 96 businesses and out of which 28 Companies are publically listed on the various stock exchanges. Tata Group is world's top 50 Group according to Market capitalization and Reputation. Have you ever thought that why Ratan tata's name is not in the list of billionaire's club? Why Ratan Tata is not a billionaire on the Forbes magazine list of billionaire people of the world? The reason is that, TATA Group's 96 companies are under its main Company "TATA Sons" and the main owner of this TATA Sons is not Ratan Tata but various charitable organizations developed and run by TATA Group. Out of which JRD TATA Trust & Sir Ratan Tata Trust are the main. 65% ownership of TATA Sons which is the key holding company of other 96 TATA Group Company and is held by various charitable organizations.

So this 65% ownership of Tata sons Limited is not reflected on Ratan Tata's personal Financial Statement but on the various charitable organizations. and this is the reason why Ratan Tata is not in the list of Billionaire club and if we put this 65% ownership of Tata Sons in Ratan TATA's own personal financial statement than Ratana Tata's Net worth can become more than $ 70 billion. and that is much more than the Warren Buffet's Current Net Worth of $ 62 billion, the world's richest person according to Forbes magazine 2008. So the real story of Ratan Tata is that, he is probably world's richest person and not Warren Buffet but the thing is that, this 65% ownership of TATA Sons is hold by various Tata Group Charitable Organizations and not by Ratan Tata himself. However, it doesn't mean that Ratan Tata is poor. In one interviews he had told the reporter that, "I have my own Capital". He is the chairman of Tata Group so obviously he earns lots of money every year as a bonus, remuneration and salary. However, Ratan Tata's Net worth is not $ 1 Billion. He is not a billionaire on paper. but in reality he is the richest person of the world. His net worth in reality is more than Bill Gates and Warren Buffet. SO the good thing about Tata Group is that, they do Charity out of their Money...

And that is the reason TATA Group has generated so much of Goodwill over last 5 generations....

Dear all, it is really good to help poor and the needy but why to help that person who does not want to work at all?

Mr. Ratan Tata is 73 years old and is still energetic and working, and not only feeding himself from his hard owned money but also taking care of many other needy people ------ but is it really good? At one end he is imparting education, food and various other facilities to the needy from the money he earned from his ancestor’s company Tata, no doubt he took that group to heights but on the other hand he is encouraging partiality and unemployment.

<*> A question will arise – how?

So the answer is that I had visited all the websites of Tata Industry and Tata group and the career section -> registration, asks for engineers. Also career section -> job search, jobs asks for Experience starting from 2 – ∞ (infinity) years. What will us fresher graduates and fresher post graduates do who don’t have an engineering background? Were we incapable and not such talented as of those who pursued Engineering? Do those Engineering graduates have more brains and were born in an intelligent families in which we were not? Or else their families have enough cash to give donations for Engineering admissions?

If I am wrong and according to constitution I have the right to speech, why didn’t all these engineers got placed in their engineering careers? Now they might give an excuse that they were placed but wanted to pursue MBA for their career as it is the need of the current scenario and thus they seem to be very hard working as they completed their engineering, then why didn’t they pursued their MBA from World’s or say India’s best Business Schools like IIM’s ( A, B, K, etc), FMS-Delhi, Narsi Munji, SBJIM, XLRI, etc, etc, etc there are plenty to list and also Indian education is renowned for theoretical expertise. Their were no practical exams for Indian theoretical minds for CAT, MAT, XAT, SNAP, etc exams. They are at present studying in the same campus, at the same fees, in the same course and under the same roof as we are then why shall they be given priority?

If it is like they are engineers and can understand technology very well then why are they given trainings at organizations, if they can be given training for 3-6 months, why can’t we given trainings for 12-18 months. To this Mr. Ratan Tata is very helpful in providing education to the needy people.

The main Motive of the whole story is – Mr. Tata, and all other MNC’s should never say that they are working for the betterment of the Nation because not only Tata but also various other MNC’s or say all require Work Experience at off-campus recruitment application and Engineering background in the on-campus placements, because someone told me from the same companies that they trust only the engineers and the experienced for the projects. Why? What is the reason sir?? Will any failure to any project by an engineering background will cause less disaster and losses then the might be failures from we the non engineer background people???

Other companies which are small do require the same because they want to grow like the companies we were talking above and so do not tend to recruit us, so where shall we go.

Shall we join the same trusts for our livelihood that Mr. Ratan Tata has founded for the needy? Honorable sir Mr. Ratan Tata as you are known to be one of the most successful and a renowned Entrepreneurs, you might know that the Entrepreneurs are born and it lies in their blood, the passion and the risks. Similarly, it is not the degree but the enthusiasm and passion the work, the practicality, which can turn failures to success and can create and speed miracles.

Hope you might go through this article sometime and by those times I don’t know where will I be, but hope that you will understand what path I want you might have been on and where are you. Sir you are born to create miracles not stress, pain, partiality, unemployment.

An another Example, Sorry can’t resist – its one of the top most Entrepreneurs and leaders of Indian economy and Indian organizations (Infosys)

    Following Abstract is taken from

    My Journey To Billionaire Club: Nandan Nilekani & History of Infosys

Nandan (MD & CEO, Infosys) is Rich today. His Wealth is in excess of Rs.3000 Crores today which fluctuates with the share prices of Infosys. Nandan was paid Rs.40 lakhs salary last year – and bill no expenses to the company. Nandan’s family has received Rs.66 Cores as Dividends. Plus there is the Rs.392 Crores from sale of shares through 2 ADR offerings. Along with his wife Rohini, Nandan spends Crores of rupees each year behind Philanthropic activities. When Rohini earned Rs.100 Crores from Infosys’s ADR issue, she put it into an Educational Foundation she runs.

Nandan says that, “i really don’t have many expensive tastes. I have more money than I will ever need. My Children will not join the Company and I believe in the middle-class tradition that they should earn a living themselves.”

So what am I going to do with the money? Leave it to charity when I die? In that case, why not use it to do some good while I am alive?”

Mr. Nandan of course you can use your hard earned money in charity and can bring smiles and comfort on the faces of needy people, but can you really give these people employment at present in your high profile organization? But you can create jobs or such factors from which fresher graduates and post graduates like us that are from non engineering background can benefit and can add-on a slab of employed people in the current status of Indian economy and employment statistics. Growing Indian economy and creating wealth and founding Charitable trusts will not do enough to serve India but it will be achieved by creating jobs and decreasing unemployment to zero-0% (percent).

I’m really very sorry to all the people whom I might have caused pain and might have hurt their sentiments, but what else can I do to tell you that we are also one of the Indian students who are working hard to achieve something in our lives but are just stepped away from entrance just because we are from a non-technical background and have no experience.

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