An Indian Civilizational Perspective

It is not enough to have skills to land a good job in India

Can there ever be a more complex screaning process for a job in India? Clean up your past and beware of your present deeds to land a good job in future as your Horoscope might imply them :).

Darashaw & Co Pvt Ltd, one of the oldest broking and investment banking houses of the country, short-listed a few students and asked for their horoscopes, which will be individually evaluated. Three students each from IES Management College and Sydenham Institute of Management Studies have been short-listed and one from MET has also made it to the final round—of submitting the horoscope.

Placement agencies sources told FE such selection processes are not uncommon. more

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4 Comments
  1. Desh says

    This is shocking! At the very least they can have their own astrologers create the horoscope charts instead of asking for it :-). Hey first of all this is crazy as most couples know who married on the basis of a matched horoscope given the post-marriage results being NOWHERE near the bliss promised by the matching of 33 out of 36 gunas… to keep doing this for every major employee is just downright masochistic for the Indian companies! Btw, great post, Arul!

  2. Desh says

    This is shocking! At the very least they can have their own astrologers create the horoscope charts instead of asking for it :-). Hey first of all this is crazy as most couples know who married on the basis of a matched horoscope given the post-marriage results being NOWHERE near the bliss promised by the matching of 33 out of 36 gunas… to keep doing this for every major employee is just downright masochistic for the Indian companies! Btw, great post, Arul!

  3. Arul says

    Thanks Desh for your comments!! It is really pathetic to see how beliefs are getting to stay longer even in fast changing modern India.

  4. Arul says

    Thanks Desh for your comments!! It is really pathetic to see how beliefs are getting to stay longer even in fast changing modern India.

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