TCS will hire 20000 freshers by December through online Exam. TCS keep assured on freshers hiring and variety of offers. Tata Services Ltd (TCS), is beginning its field placement drives. Tata Consultancy Services, one of India’s highest hiring companies, is focusing more on modern digital skills in hiring.
The company is not only recruiting more freshers who specialize in modern skills, but is also giving them attractive salary packages. Generally, the company has offered double the salary to these freshers than the freshers who come from the campus.
TCS has changed its hiring strategy and started hiring through a test called National Qualifier Test (NQT). The test is based on the new digital skill. After this test, the company also conducts interviews or video interviews of selected candidates. The company says that with the help of online tests, it is able to reach even remote students. Also, the appointment process of the company is completed in 3 to 4 weeks.
TCS will hire 20000 freshers
NQT – that is conducted by TCS’ strategic unit TCS particle – may be a multi-level assessment to assess ability on core cognitive abilities needed for entry-level jobs, industry-specific information and insights, and specialisation on skills needed for acting the work role. Introduced in 2018, NQT last year saw over 3.6 lakh students collaborating from over 2,600 schools.
The TCS NQT which covers 1,800 technical institutes, was last year used to hire 40,000 candidates. Now this year also plans to hire the same number of candidates as the company briefed about lateral hiring during Q4 FY20 results. TCS will hire 17,000-20,000 freshers from 2019-20 batch by December and the remaining number of candidates will join from Q4FY21 and Q1FY22 according to Mr. Lakkad.
Despite the Covid-19 pandemic, there is a strong demand for skilled candidates according to the company. Apart from the TCS, other IT majors like Accenture, HCL, IBM, Dell, and Salesforce have also started presenting their hiring plans. The good news is that the hiring sentiments among tech hiring managers are positive this year and they are confident about hiring fresh graduates through campus recruitment drives.