Bhubaneswar is a beautiful city in eastern India. It is surrounded by many rivers, and it is located on a plain. Due to its rich history and culture, as well as a favorable tropical climate, tourism has become the main area of activity of the city. It is not surprising that the vast majority of the population here is engaged in the service sector. Agriculture, mining and industrial production are much worse developed. But higher education, trade and the field of computer technology here every year goes to a new level. Most students study at local technical universities. A special pride of the city is the universities where computer science and information technology are taught. There are many BPO vacancies here - about a hundred or two always hang on large sites with announcements of free places in the city’s companies. There are dozens of organizations offering to become their employees, and they are all ready to compete for the applicants. Any business project needs the best specialists.
Getting a BPO position in Bhubaneswar will not be more difficult than in any other city in India. All that employers usually require from a candidate is:
1. The ability to process large amounts of information in a relatively short time;
2. Computer skills to perfection, the ability to write, if necessary, a primitive program to facilitate their own work;
3. The ability to stay in touch with potential customers at any time of the day, if circumstances so require;
4. Work experience in areas related to conducting business projects from six months;
5. Languages (English and Hindi, optional Telugu, Marvari and Bengali).
Employees are usually paid tens of thousands of Indian rupees. The specific salary depends on the qualifications of the employee and his experience. As a rule, the salary of employees increases by at least a third after the first two months of work if it was carried out efficiently and yielded tangible results.
In addition to the requirements described above, the employee should also bear in mind that he will have to regularly update his knowledge of products, learn and remember the characteristics of new products, interact with customers and keep in mind the features of communication with each of them (if the position involves communication with a lot of customers). To do this, you must be able to structure information immediately upon receipt, process it and remember it well.