Motivating educated youngsters to utilize every opportunityOne really does not understand some youngsters. There are just commerce graduates from ordinary colleges. They are not from the best colleges and their knowledge of the business world is not up to the desired levels. Or sometimes, they are economics graduates.
In at least three instances, when each of such graduates has got the BPO jobs on hand, they have bluntly refused to accept it, saying that it is "below their dignity". Their parents are sorry about it but are afraid to even advise them, as the boys are quite arrogant. They happily roam around on their bikes wasting their time. And spending their father's hard-earned money. Of course, their mothers are also employed and hence these boys do not understand anything.
The parents should perhaps get them to interact with high achievers or with their well-informed teachers. On the contrary, I know of several rural-based BPOs, where the local graduates happily do whatever they are supposed to do. Many girls also bring in a replacement, when they quit their jobs after getting married. This is true of at least six BPO companies in non-urban areas, spread over three States. However, youngsters need to be told to pick up new skills even before they graduate. There is absolutely no other alternative.