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Old 5th December 2019, 07:34 AM
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Dear All,
Iíve done skill assessment in Engineers Australia in the year 2017 sept. and none of my experience were accepted due to various reasons.

Out of 3 experiences that they have rejected, I wish them to reconsider my current working experience.
So, they have mentioned one comment for rejecting my current working experience.
They said that the Profession in my Residence Card didnít match with my job title.

Right now, Iíve corrected this issue and everything is clear now.

My doubt is that, can I again submit a request to EA to reconsider my rejected Work Experience.?

I think I have come to the right team. Please reply

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Someone please look into this and help me.

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Did you raised your query with them through mail/call?

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Hii,

Unfortunately, I didn't call/mail them. I'll do it.

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Dear Friends,

Engineers Australia rejected by Experience due to low salary.
Will they accept it if I again apply for re-assessment.? Any chance in this.

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Dear Friends,

Engineers Australia rejected by Experience due to low salary.
Will they accept it if I again apply for re-assessment.? Any chance in this.
Do you have any explanation for the low salary ?
Weíre you paid in kind by way of perquisites etc ?

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Do you have any explanation for the low salary ?
Weíre you paid in kind by way of perquisites etc ?

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Dear Friend,

I don't have any explanation for Low salary. It was my experience in Indian companies. As a fresher, I got only minimum salary. I've explained this with Case Officer also. But no positive response.

Any further chance in this, brother?

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Hi. I am going to apply for EA assessment as Electrical Engineer and my concern is that my degree title is Bachelors of Engineering (Electrical Engineering) and I am also registered in Electrical Engineers Category of Pakistan Engineering Council. But my degree courses have majority of courses related to Electronics. Moreover, my experience is also related to Power/Electrical background as I am working as Electrical Engineer in a Solar Power Company. I am wondering what will be the outcome or designation (Electrical or Electronics) EA will assign me? Any one have the idea???

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