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Recently I got an offer from a multinational corporation and they want me to register in the National Skills Registry (NSR) and I registered. My first company registered in 2011. I worked there from 2010 and I quit in 2012. I am now worried this may be held against me

How is the NSR Verification done? If the verification fails, is there a standard process they follow?

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I think it may be best to do some reading up on this website which will give you a overview of how it works and the practises it follows.

In short NASSCOM is a Database that stores records for all IT and BPO employees in India. Your potential Employer pays a figure to a NASSCOM Certified Background Checker who will check your professional employment history. And report back on the findings.

If your verification fails then it is entirley dependant on the company. I would advise having a look at the following site where you can see that "Infosys asking about 100 employees to leave due to discrepancies in their resumes". And that a "senior professional, boasting certificates from IIT Mumbai and IIM Ahmedabad and 20 years of corporate experience, being on the verge of receiving a job offer when background investigations revealed that the certificates from IIT and IIM were fake".

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    Both links are broken now. – Brandin Jul 7 '17 at 6:24

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