Dehradun is not a very large city in the north of India, the main sources of income of which are the tourism business, printing and processing of tea leaves. Despite the fact that there are practically no attractions here, there are always a lot of tourists in the city. Basically, they linger for one or two days, passing through Dehradun in transit and heading either on a trip to major Indian cities, or to the tops of the nearest mountain ranges and hills that literally surround the city. The industry here is not fast developing, but Dehradun is an important transportation center of India. At this point originates the railway leading to Delhi. Twenty kilometers from the city is a large airport. Dehradun does not have many hiring companies to manage certain business areas. Typically, information about ten or two BPO vacancies is posted on bulletin boards. Basically, specialists are ready to provide such services; at the moment, companies such as Ciel Info, Minanshika Softech Solution Pvt are interested. Ltd and CRPL - INDIA.
The following requirements apply to company candidates at Dehradun:
1. Ownership of a personal computer or laptop with Internet access;
2. Proficiency in English, the ability not only to communicate verbally in it, but also to prevent grammatical and spelling errors in writing;
3. Analytical skills.
It welcomes both people with extensive experience in this field, and just graduated students. In addition, options for completely remote work are also considered (usually when concluding an agreement for a year or more). Employers at Dehradun are willing to pay a BPO employee between 2 and 4 lakhs per year.
The skill of structuring information and highlighting the main of its vast volumes is probably the most important skill of any successful BPO employee. Maintaining the internal processes of large organizations implies the fact that huge amounts of data pass through the manager every day, moreover, they need to be processed, as well as to highlight and remember the most important thing and to get rid of the unnecessary. The most difficult thing is to be able to use dozens of facts at the same time when making one decision, weigh the pros and cons, analyze the possible consequences of each scenario and choose the most promising of them.