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Listing Details of Indian consultants

 
#1 Listing Details of Indian consultants
23/05/2008 06:54

bdtiwari

Hello,

I want to introduce you to a newly launched

www.indianrecruitersdirectory.com

www.indianrecruitersdirectory.com is the first FREE Directory of Indian recruiters. We are in the process of creating an online directory of recruiters in India and keep you updated with the contact details of leading Recruiters in India. The directory is available free for download from our site in PDF format. Those who wish to download the list of Placement consultants in India can easily download it from our site free of cost.

www.indianrecruitersdirectory.com

If you are a recruiter who wants to publish your Firm details you can just reply to this email with your listing details. OR you can send your details to:

contact@indianrecruitersdirectory.com

Thanking you.

B. D. Tiwari

www.indianrecruitersdirectory.com

contact@indianrecruitersdirectory.com

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#2 RE: Listing Details of Indian consultants
16/06/2008 11:39

Caslih to bdtiwari (#1)

Hi,

This list is very useful, thanks. Does anyone know of any similar lists for different countries?

Thanks

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#3 RE: Listing Details of Indian consultants
16/06/2008 17:20

anon to deleted (#0)

Spot on cs97mmr2. I think this forum over the months and years has really gone downhill. the only reason people still use this forum is due to poor alternatives. Some regular posters here can be likened to bullies and really take sarcasm to the absolute limit.

Unless something is done about the quality of responses in this forum, more and more people will simply lack the will to post anything on here for fear of the constant belligerence.

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#4 RE: Listing Details of Indian consultants
16/06/2008 18:19

Not a techhie and dont care about their problems to anon (#3)

One way to breathe life back into this forum is for a formal split between the MC & IT sides - i.e. give one of them a new and unique website address - preferably MC so we can start afresh

This would reduce the antagonism and lead to all round more positive debate, as opposed to general drivel and racial slurs in the name of being a wit

Otherwise this forum will slip further downhill (either that or MCs will stop posting which I suspect what the ITs want)

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#5 RE: Listing Details of Indian consultants
16/06/2008 23:08

Taxman to Not a techhie and dont care about their problems (#4)

Soon well have 'How to pass exam easy' and exampass.com here too, any chance of spending £10 to split the forums?

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#6 RE: Listing Details of Indian consultants
16/06/2008 23:40

anon to Not a techhie and dont care about their problems (#4)

With all due respect, I just don't think the argument about splitting MC and Technology stacks up. You want proof: take a look at Mckinsey & Co. services and the tell me what the first one on the list states.

The distinction between Business and Technology is so blurred now that it is clearly in every MCs interest to appreciate both aspects.

Fair point that maybe posts re IT Build (Dev, Testing, Deployment...) might be a bit out of scope for most of the aspiring MCs here. But let's not kid ourselves that MC is all blue sky strategy.

It is after all about delivering tangible business benefit.

Sorry a bit of a rant but I mean well for the forum.

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#7 RE: Listing Details of Indian consultants
17/06/2008 06:14

agree with taxman to anon (#6)

Most MCs (probably even ZB!) do appreciate the link between business and technology, but that does not mean that we need to sift through their irrelevant comments on this forum before finding the roughly 1 in 10 post which is interesting,

Split the forum and the MCs can look in on the IT one occassionally to see if there is anything of value to them

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#8 RE: Listing Details of Indian consultants
17/06/2008 08:38

dutchconsultant.baywords.com to agree with taxman (#7)

To the posters above; are you seeing something I don't see ? How many IT posts are there in comparison with pure MC posts ?

Don't you think the problem is a bit more diverse ? Only 1 out of 10 posts (estimate) is purely IT related, and thus perhaps less, or not, interesting for MC's. About 1 out of 10 posts is a complete bullshit post (e.g. I am the Highest Paid 24 Old Twat). Something like 2 out of 10 posts is a bit on a more personal level (clothes, affaires, etc). Generic questions cover about 1 out of 10 (withdrawing job offer), etc, etc.

It would not make sense to make a split between MC vs. IT because both forums would still have bullshit posts, personal threads, etc, etc.

Looking at the earlier replies I am quite convinced a noticable decrease in quality is not due to just non-MC's but also fellow MC's posting half baked solutions and rants.

A proper solution would be to introduce a forum with the possibility to have several discussion subjects (each with their own threads). Example: http://www.digitalspy.co.uk/forums/index.php

ps. I don't mind the mix of diverse subjects and postings, it hardly takes any time/energy to only read the interesting threads (with proper subject). It's part of my job to ignore certain information, that is easily done while reading such a short and structured source.

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#9 RE: Listing Details of Indian consultants
17/06/2008 10:03

Taxman to dutchconsultant.baywords.com (#8)

Indeed, but anyone in IT at a higher level (Customer facing) as opposed to installing WebSphere would probably use the IT Consultant threads.

However if the forum is flodded with whats this thread doing here, it will soon die a death, and all you will be left with are the usuall cries for help from those who do IT as a job, and not as a profession, there is a difference.

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