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IBM Walk-in for Freshers: Nov 18 - 24 (Multiple Cities)

Delhi

About:

IBM has been present in India since 1992 (re-entry, after an exit in the 1970s). Since inception, IBM in India has expanded its operations considerably with regional headquarters in Bangalore and offices in 14 cities including regional offices in New Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata and Chennai. Today, the company has established itself as one of the leaders in the Indian Information Technology (IT) Industry.

Position: Technical Support

Walk-in:


Date: Nov 18 - 24


Time: 10am - 5pm

Location:

IBM Daksh, 444, Udyog Vihar, Phase V, Gurgaon, Haryana

B-18, Milap Nagar, Uttam Nagar (Near ICICI Bank)

S-141, Panchsheel Park, Main Road Before Shivalik Malviya Nagar
Road (Next to Hamilton Lodge)

L-113, First Floor, Jal Vihar Road, Lajpat Nagar-II

505, Aggarwal Millennium Tower, Netaji Subhash Place
Pitampura (Opp. Pitampura TV Tower)

319, Jaina Tower1, District Contor, Janakpuri
Melrose: A-27, South Ex-II, Main Market Lane
(Next to Mehrason Jewellers/Lacoste Showroom)

Hotel Solitaire, A 135-138, Vikas Marg, Shakarpur

No. 4, Community Center Basement.
Naraina Industrial Area, Phase-I (Opp. PVR Naraina)

Ground Floor, Pyarelal Complex, Opp. Punjab National Bank,
Sukhrali, M.G.Road (Near IFFCO Chowk) Gurgaon, Haryana

DCA (delhi Computer Academy) N-92 Basement, Pratap Market,
Munirka (next to aggarwal Sweets)
D-81, 2nd Floor, Malviya Nagar

B-6/2, 2nd Floor, DS Ramesh Nagar, Opp Metro Pillar -371

c-23, Basement, Shivalik

Hall No 3-C, ARA Centre, E-2 Jhandewalan Extension
(opp. Videocon Tower)

F-205, Behind Anupam Restaurant, Near Subway Munirka
Hotel Shubham Vilas, A-42, Vishal Enclave, Opp. TDI Mall, Rajouri Garden (Above Yes Bank)
A-3/6, first Floor, Paschim Vihar, Near Jawalaheri Market (above Koutons)

LG-11, Somdutt Chambers-1, 5, Bhikaji Cama Place
204, 2nd Floor, Quatab Plaza, DLF Phase-I Gurgaon
House No-1, Moti Bagh (Next to Moti Bagh Gurudwaraj Hing Road
17/2885, 3rd Floor (above Singla Jewellers), Haridian Singh Road, Karol Bagh, Near Diamond Hut
544, Site-1, 2nd Floor, Uttam Nagar East, Near Metro Station, Vikaspuri (opp. Metro Pillar no: 624)
21, Kapil Vihar (opposite metro pillar no: 352)
206, 2nd floor, BD Chambers, DB Gupta Road, Karol Bagh
B-53, Basement, New Krishna Park, Vikaspuri

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Pune

IBM Daksh, Tower A, Tech Park One, Airport Road, Yerwada

Office No. 26, Ground Floor, C2, Brahma Estate, NIBM Chowk, Kondhwa

105, Corporate Plaza, Near Chaturshringi Temple, Senapati Bapat Road

205, Ashoka Pavilion, 21, Dr Ambedkar Road, Above Mahesh Lunch Home, Camp

508, Picasso Plaza, Above Jyoti Restaurant, Kondhwa Main Road, Kondhwa

12, 1st Floor, Mahalaxmi Heights, Opposite Garware Nylon, Pimpri


110, Lloyd Chambers Phase 2, Opposite Ambedkar Bhavan, Maldhakka Chowk, Mangalwar Peth

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