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12th November 2010, 07:15 PM
peetali
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Will Backlogs affect the placements?


hey..m in a big doubt...are backlogs still effect our placement? if we clear them.. m in b.tech 3rd year in comp sci




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15th November 2010, 06:52 AM
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As you are in third year of B.tech(cse) the backlogs may effect you if you didn't complete them after completing your degree course,it even depends upon what backlogs you have,like the backlogs must not be of the core subjects such as C language,Advanced data structures(ADS),JAVA,UNIX..etc.
But if you have completed your backlogs within the stipulated time i.e within the fourth year of your degree course then it may not effect you.




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30th November 2010, 12:10 PM
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You need to ensure that you complete all your backlogs at the earliest. If you have a backlog in the area of job you plan to take up it will surely impact. You should not have a backlog when you join any firm otherwise your appointment can be cancelled.




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11th December 2010, 10:35 PM
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If you will clear them at the end of your course then you may not face any difficulty in placements.
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12th December 2010, 10:59 PM
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ofcourse...that depends on the company and the interviewer.....so dont worry some will allow
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13th December 2010, 03:20 PM
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Dear friend,
There is not any difficulty to get job with back log.
Companies need only good G.P.A, your way of taking means HR and your knowledge.
Some companies have criteria for backlog but mostly companies not.

All the best
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13th December 2010, 08:34 PM
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hello friend

its not that correct

which you're worrying about

some IT gaints like Microsoft and IBM are also allowing the applicants those who have 2 backlogs in their whole course and b.tech degree with 70% atlast

so if you have more than the limit of the company then you're in trouble

less than that is always welcomed by all IT companies or whatever the campus placements may be

so apart your percentage you should have many other skills like

communications skills

logical reasoning

inter personnel skills

and many more like this

all the best

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13th December 2010, 11:33 PM
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not for all the companies.......but some companies will not prefer those candidates with backlogs
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14th December 2010, 12:19 AM
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Hello dear

back logs will create problem if they were not cleared at the time of placement but if at the time of placement you are cleared than there isnt any problem due to previous back logs but yes note that semester back will never considered as clear student it will always create problem.

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14th December 2010, 04:37 PM
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hi!

It is true that many companies coming for campus recruitment require at least 60% throughout the applicant’s educational life without any backlogs.

But then there are companies which recruit candidate with backlogs on the condition that they will clear all their backlogs before the completion of the course or before joining.

You should go through the minimum educational requirement of companies coming for campus placement & ensure that you fulfil all the criteria.
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15th December 2010, 01:50 PM
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Dear
yes , Backlogs will affect the your placements but you don't get in worry, very limited company demand for it
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15th December 2010, 09:45 PM
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No, there is no effect on ur placement bt u hv to clear all ur backlogs till last sem.
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15th December 2010, 10:41 PM
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My dear friend,

backlogs will not be a problem at all but they become problem for you if you are unable to finish or clear those backlogs by the completion of your course

Because most of the companies will put minimum eligibility as 60%. So because of your backlogs if you are not able to get that 60%, you are going to miss that opportunity.

So I wish you to complete your backlogs by the end of your course and make sure that you will get 60%.

All the best
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15th December 2010, 10:50 PM
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yes backlogs would definitely affect the placement so u should clear all the backlogs
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26th December 2010, 04:47 AM
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hey..m in a big doubt...are backlogs still effect our placement? if we clear them.. m in b.tech 3rd year in comp sci
To some extent it effects as few company have set their standards high.They don't take students having backlogs.But most of the companies see that whether you have completed your B.tech. or not in 4 years.You must try to clear all your backlogs before 4 years.
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26th December 2010, 10:16 PM
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hi dear
According to my view backlock does't matter if you clear your backlock within stipulated time (within 4 year).

Because each and every pretigious company want a candidate should have some quality like
good communicartiun,
good command over english ,
nice tecnical skill ,
softskill,
talented ,
brillient
innovative mind ,
inquiciavite mind
having full knowledge of all company ,
knowledge about current affairs

So you must have all these quality in your self then only you will get easily job in MNC,
private sector,
any big companies.

Good luck and have a nice future.
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27th December 2010, 05:56 PM
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Dear Friend

Yes Definately ! Backlogs Creates a Negative Impression on the Companies.

So, if you have got a Backlog in your Course, then please clear it soon.

Because company does not Recruited Backlogs Candidates. Top Most companies Recruited Good quality students, who score good marks in their Courses.

In manny colleges, The Backlog students are not eligible for Appear in the Campus Recruitment.

So, definately Bcaklogs affects in Placements, But its totally depends on the Company Policies. Manny Compaies allows Backlog Students, So, if you have a skills and willpower, then definately, you will get sucess.

But always try to work hard, So that you will not get any Backlog in your Continuing Course.
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27th December 2010, 06:08 PM
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Hello peetali,

Yes, backlogs do affect in your campus placement. Many MNC's doesn't allow students having backlogs to sit for the interview. Since you are in the third year, try to clear all the backlogs in this semester. Because it will be very comfortable to you.
Still then dont worry, if you have talent , then company will recruit you.
keep working hard.

All the best
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27th December 2010, 07:08 PM
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-->Software
*NO ,not like that, when you are attending the Campus Interview,only your Intelligent is needed, one thing is that for Entering into the List,who should have 65% from the 10th,12th and Degree and then your Talent

-->Core Company

*More then 75% and with No History of Arrear

Best of luck
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27th December 2010, 07:35 PM
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hey..m in a big doubt...are backlogs still effect our placement? if we clear them.. m in b.tech 3rd year in comp sci
If you have more number of backlogs it will be somewhat effected for your placements.Bur still campus placements completely depends on your aggregate percentage and your performance in the so called interview.The compnaies have their own limit students having backlogs,so it also depends on the company you hire.
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27th December 2010, 07:53 PM
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Hello,
Well backlogs do have some effects on the negative side as many companies make it clear that they will not allow candidates with a particular number of backlogs.
But it is not that you will not be able to get good jobs.Many students even with their backlogs are working in their core companies with reasonable packages.

But you must clear your papers before your degree and it would be much better to enter the final year with no backlogs.

So do not worry much try to clear your papers as soon as possible.

Good luck.
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27th December 2010, 09:20 PM
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if you got backlog... then don't worry of that because private companies consider these kind of things....so you are not empty hand this time . do prepare well and go for PSUs where certain limit of overall degree is required.

and if you want to join the private sector only then it wil not more delay.

you are absolutely safe dear.

for any doubt you may get me at 8876918949.

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27th December 2010, 10:02 PM
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there are many companies who want at-least 60% without backlogs but there are other companies who want knowledgeable candidate so don't worry about this and concentrate on your studies and clear all the exams.
all the best
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27th December 2010, 10:25 PM
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There is a high probability that they will, especially with campus selection, in which you are in direct competition with your contemporaries in the same environment as you have experienced. Plus, backlogs may also mean to the selectors that you are incompetent or less competent, or incapable, or not daring. These things, if they really appeal to the selectors while comparing your records to other candidates, can lead to your rejection
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26th January 2011, 11:14 AM
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Yes, friend backlog is affect the placements. SO i advise you to clear all the backlog till the 7th semester because after 7th semester the campus placement is started. I wish you will get a good job in a big company.
all the best.
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31st January 2011, 06:15 PM
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Yes, they do..... when you appear for placements you must not have any backlogs.
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1st February 2011, 12:08 AM
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yes ,definetly lot of companies dont accept candidates who have back logs because they just want u to join them as soon as your course compltes.also it shows your bad academic performace .
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1st February 2011, 02:50 PM
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dear friend,

yes to some extent , it ll affect ur placements , to attain the campus.
vut to join you hv to clear all the Backlogs end of your course.

good luck....
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1st February 2011, 05:23 PM
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You have to clear your all the backlogs within the shortest period. Then it may not affect your interviews. If you are having backlogs, but at the time of interview, if you answer well, it doesn't matter at all!!! After all your confidence decides everything!!

Wish you all the bests!!!

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2nd February 2011, 12:27 AM
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well..different companies put different criteria.Some companies dont even allow people with a single backlog(even if u have cleared that) but some dont give a damn to number of backlogs u got.
But to be on safe side u should clear all d backlogs before appearing for placements.

All the very best
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2nd February 2011, 05:38 PM
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yes sometimes

some companies mind these and some not so don't worry just study well

good companies like:

HCL
WIPRO
TCS.......and many more mind these backlogs.
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i m in btech second year and i have 3 backlogs in sem 1 of second year ,if i cleared all back logs will it effect campus selections?
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16th April 2011, 12:28 AM
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yes, offcourse backlogs do affect campus placement. Many MNC's doesn't allow students having backlogs to sit for the interview as they have won't be satisfied to take backlog students. Since you are in the third year, try to clear all the backlogs in this semester. Because it will be very comfortable to you.
Still then dont worry, if you have talent , then company will recruit you.
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my 10th and degree marks are above 80% but my puc marks is 46% will it effect while joining companies
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i have completed my btech 2nd year and now iam in 3rd year ..i have one backlog in 1st year and i completed that..will it effect while joining in the company
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14th June 2011, 05:17 AM
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Present backlog is not acceptable for many companies ..yes it is effect on placement .
if you have backlogs then first clear your all backlogs then think about
plaxement ...
study hard and understand your core papers take care of your final year project !
and also give attention for spoken english .
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Hello friend,
Yes ,Backlogs will affect your placements. As the earliest you can finish your backlogs.

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11th August 2011, 01:59 AM
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backlogs definitely do affect placements. but history of arrears will not create big issues.
as you are in your pre-final year,i would advice you to be so careful and complete all backlogs if you have any.
placements is very important in life so please take it seriously and see to that you dont have any arrears at the time of placements.
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11th August 2011, 07:57 AM
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Sorry to say that these backlog'll create a huge problem in your future for getting any job.As a computer science student you'll mainly attend the software companies.But all most every good companies will not recruit those candidates who have any backlogs.So you need to study hard and first you clear your backlogs.
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Yes backlog effect the placement and no any company will recruit you. First you have to clear your all backlogs only then you can apply. If you have back in the final year then this will create a very big problem for you.
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11th August 2011, 02:03 PM
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hey..m in a big doubt...are backlogs still effect our placement? if we clear them.. m in b.tech 3rd year in comp sci
dear friend,

If you have backlog then you can cleared all backlog as soon as possible.

Because maxi mum company are not allowed backlog candidate like.


For TCS eligibility criteria is 60% above in through out. Backlog candidate are not allowed .maximum two years gap are allowed.

For WIPRO eligibility criteria is 50% in through out. Backlog candidate are not allowed .maximum two years gap are allowed.

For INFOSYS eligibility criteria is 65% above in through out. Backlog candidate are not allowed .maximum two years gap are allowed.

So you are eligible for maximum no of software company.

all the best
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11th August 2011, 02:50 PM
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There is no fixed eligibility criteria for placement in the companies like TCS , Infosys. It depends on the situation whether they allows backlogs or not. So it fully depend on your luck.

But if you want to take placement in core company then it fully affects because they do not allow backlogs.
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25th August 2011, 01:54 PM
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Hello,

Yes, backlogs will affect the placements. So, if you have any backlogs first of all clear it. Backlogs will create a bad attitude on you. Try to clear it if you have or otherwise maintain the same track till the end. Backlogs will not be accepted by some IT companies. Backlogs can cleared till final year some companies will select the backlogs student. So, try to survive from it. some companies allows two backlogs but other might not accept it. So, try to be in safer side. Placement is very important thing. No need to worry about it. If you have any backlog clear it soon.

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7th September 2011, 10:06 PM
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if you clear your all the backlogs then it will not affect your placement because company wants only cleared result so dont worry you will get placed in many companies ok
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As you are in third year of B.tech(cse) the backlogs may effect you if you didn't complete them after completing your degree course,it even depends upon what backlogs you have,like the backlogs must not be of the core subjects such as C language,Advanced data structures(ADS),JAVA,UNIX..etc.
But if you have completed your backlogs within the stipulated time i.e within the fourth year of your degree course then it may not
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26th September 2011, 03:39 PM
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Yes friend,backlogs effect the placement of you :

Here is the details for this :
If you cleared your backlogs there will be no problem for you.
But companies will not allow you if you have any pending backlogs.

So,be careful about that.

Best of luck.
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27th September 2011, 05:28 PM
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hi friend,

Every comapny will hire the students based on whose accademic records are best.

So if you have backlogs that cause you more.

So any backlogs please clear tha backlogs first.

All companies will hire the student who have above 60% throughout career and no backlogs
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8th October 2011, 12:38 PM
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hi friend
some software companies also allowing with two backlogs so clear the subjects more than two subjects

but some what backlogs will effect on placements any way
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As you are in third year of B.tech(cse) the backlogs may effect you if you didn't complete them after completing your degree course,it even depends upon what backlogs you have,like the backlogs must not be of the core subjects such as C language,Advanced data structures(ADS),JAVA,UNIX..etc.
But if you have completed your backlogs within the stipulated time i.e within the fourth year of your degree course then it may not effect you.
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