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I am facing a difficult situation. I worked in a company for above a year. In July, last year, I resigned from the company to pursue my higher education plans. Due to my highly hectic schedule and exams nearing by, I asked them to relieve me early. My notice period was of 3 months and I agreed to serve for 1 month. Initially, they agreed as I have been doing some good things in the company but suddenly 2 days before my relieving date, they said that i need to serve my notice period for 3 months. I was very disappointed, and I complained.
My manager was very supportive and advised me to leave the company saying that they will give you the relieving letters later. give them some time to cool down. Not thinking much, I dropped and email and quit my job. Since then, i have not received any relieving letters from them and when asked about the same, they are very rude in replying.
Now I have got admission in one of the premier MBA institute and they are asking for my experience and relieving letters which I have to submit by june. What should I Do?
Some other details: 1) They did not pay me for the last month which was approximately equal to the amount I need to pay if I dont serve the notice period. 2) My employment agreement just says one sentence about this "Your notice period is 3 months" and nothing else that what If I cant serve. 3) My manager is still supportive and can give me in written 4) I am carrying my joining letter, salary slips and promotion letter which I got a month before resigning.
Please help me friends. MBA is really important for me.