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BYB Walk-In Drive @ Kochi on 4 Dec 2010 ( Joining Location : Kochi )

BRING YOUR BUDDY!!!!


        Walk in details

                      Date          :  4 Dec 2010
           Time          :  9:00 AM to 12:00 PM

           Venue         :  
6th Floor ,Vismaya Building , Infopark, Kochi

                                                               
                      REQUIREMENTS
 
                       

                                               

       
                                    Work Location - Kochi                  
     

     
     
              Eligibility

     
•Minimum 50% aggregate marks in academics starting from STD X onwards
     
•Correspondence and Distance education based qualification is not recognized by TCS
     
•B.E / B. Tech/ MCA - with minimum 4+ year of experience
     
•Other degrees like Diploma/ B.Sc. /BCA with 4.5+ years of relevant experience
     
•Not more than 2 years of cumulative break in education and career
     
•Candidates who have appeared in the TCS selection process in the last 6 months are not eligible


              * All candidate must walk-in with an EP reference number

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