Can I apply to TCS in 2019 as a 2017 batch pass? What are the skills required for a TCS job?

Updated on : January 20, 2022 by Nathan Fraser



Can I apply to TCS in 2019 as a 2017 batch pass? What are the skills required for a TCS job?

Yes, you can ... There are no specific skill requirements as TCS works on different technologies. BUT for stater, I suggest you do some Oracle and Java certifications as they will be helpful for you to get work not only in TCS but even in other companies.

I'm not so sure about applying part, however the only skill required for a TCS job is hypocrisy in foul language because the work culture demands a master-slave relationship between superior-subordinate.

Yes, sure, you can apply, but it depends on the requirements. Skills are just the ones you will mention on your resume. Nothing will be asked outside of your resume.

Because they lied to me.

The ___ account in Kolkata interviewed me and confirmed me for a good position that I was seeking at that point in my career.

He took a second transfer and moved to Kolkata. Things went downhill from there. The first week was totally unproductive as nothing was prepared at work. The desk they assigned me did not have the necessary software to do my job. Upon consultation, I found that it will take 2 more weeks to get approvals and finally installation.

So in the meantime, I was asked to fulfill a 'Support Role' that was no different than an IT Support job. At that point

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Because they lied to me.

The ___ account in Kolkata interviewed me and confirmed me for a good position that I was seeking at that point in my career.

He took a second transfer and moved to Kolkata. Things went downhill from there. The first week was totally unproductive as nothing was prepared at work. The desk they assigned me did not have the necessary software to do my job. Upon consultation, I found that it will take 2 more weeks to get approvals and finally installation.

So in the meantime, I was asked to fulfill a 'Support Role' that was no different than an IT Support job. At that point in my career, it didn't seem acceptable to me. The only reason I accepted a transfer was to work in that particular position that I was promised.

I still did it for a few weeks swallowing my pride. When my workstation was fully functional with all the software installed, I asked when it would take over my "real role". To my chagrin, I was told that the client is paying for the position he is currently in and that I will have to continue for a few more months. I was outraged and I felt cheated. I ascended to RMG and HR there too, but it all fell on deaf ears.

Anyway, I was able to play my 'royal role' for only a few months, and I realized that politics on ___ account and the workplace was consuming me. Discrimination, favoritism, gender bias, and closed-mindedness from the people around me became suffocating.

I really loved working with TCS and was privileged to have the opportunity to travel to some countries to work and expand my skill set. It was a good 7 year growth period both personally and professionally, but the sick mentality of few people was consuming my life.

Then I realized that, if I have skills, I prefer to work where people are respected and treated as humans, not as workers and humiliated every other day. Manners matter.

Leaving TCS was the best decision I ever made. Now I work in Australia. I have a good work-life balance and I don't bring work home. People treat me with respect and there are strict policies against misconduct. It's a pretty laid back atmosphere here.

Sea beaches and a breathtaking view ... I can't complain. This is me on a weekend :)

The single line answer for this question is: -

Good communication skills. :)

At TCS, during the training, they had said that not everyone may be good at coding, but everyone's communication skills should be of some good range.

Sharing my experience in the interview: -

We actually had to face two rounds of interviews:

  1. Technical round: - In this round they used to check your technical skills, how much you know about your subject, about some c languages ​​and in my case they had asked some very logical questions, now what happened to me that I was not prepared with c language, but my engineering part mechanical was
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The single line answer for this question is: -

Good communication skills. :)

At TCS, during the training, they had said that not everyone may be good at coding, but everyone's communication skills should be of some good range.

Sharing my experience in the interview: -

We actually had to face two rounds of interviews:

  1. Technical round: - In this round they used to check your technical skills, how much you know about your subject, about some c languages ​​and in my case they had asked some very logical questions, now what happened to me that I was not prepared with c language, but my engineering part Mechanics was fine.;), so I told them sir, I can't answer this question from C, but they told me to give it a try, and after this round I was pretty sure he wouldn't recruit me.

2. Human Resources Round: - Now, the second round of the HR round of the interview, I was sure I was not going to be recruited. So I thought now in this round I will talk and talk and talk ... without hesitation, and this tricks had worked, and I had talked to my interviewer in a very light and fluent way for up to 30 minutes. and his final statement was "AWESOME" and this had given me confidence

And when they had announced the final result they had said that: - The communicative ability of this faculty is not very good.

This feedback sows that they prefer the person who can communicate in a good way.

Be positive, good luck

:)

I am a former TCS employee .. TCS is very, very big. It is always difficult to manage people and technology.

At TCS we have a 3 month training called ILP. They will take the lottery and assign you a broadcast (mostly based on the employee's ID). I'm from CSE and I have Mainframes. My colleagues from electronic batches have Android and .NET. It doesn't depend on your coding skills. If you have certifications in any sequence, you can ask the instructor leader to move to a particular sequence.

Once the ILP is finished, you will hit the real software world along with thousands (of your batch) and be

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I am a former TCS employee .. TCS is very, very big. It is always difficult to manage people and technology.

At TCS we have a 3 month training called ILP. They will take the lottery and assign you a broadcast (mostly based on the employee's ID). I'm from CSE and I have Mainframes. My colleagues from electronic batches have Android and .NET. It doesn't depend on your coding skills. If you have certifications in any sequence, you can ask the instructor leader to move to a particular sequence.

Once the ILP is finished, you will arrive in the real software world along with thousands (of your batch) and you will be assigned a city (called a base branch) based on your 3 options (choose all 3 cities wisely).

Once you have reported to the home branch, you will be assigned to projects as needed. Again, the ILP flow doesn't matter here ... I'm the second person from my lot to put into the project. HR always says that there are no projects and that you are obliged to accept projects (I liked that). Some of my batch mates turned down all mainframe offers, after a month they got into C ++ and .NET projects. So if you don't like your steam at ILP, better wait for different projects. You can ask HR to be interested in this particular broadcast (and they will listen to you if you have any certificates)

Finally, if you like any particular sequence, learn before ILP and ask the boss of Instrctur or HR to move in that sequence.

Welcome to the world of software :)

Broadly speaking (there are exceptional cases and some unpredictable unforeseen events)

This might be the best time to join TCS like new.

First, because companies like TCS are planning to cut costs, which would primarily imply that they encourage fewer older and younger people. I have contacted people from my projects about the situation. They say TCS wants to maintain a 1: 3 senior to junior ratio on all projects. Therefore, newbies are encouraged more than ever.

Second, TCS is planning the implementation of work from home on an ongoing basis for at least 25% of employees f

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Broadly speaking (there are exceptional cases and some unpredictable unforeseen events)

This might be the best time to join TCS like new.

First, because companies like TCS are planning to cut costs, which would primarily imply that they encourage fewer older and younger people. I have contacted people from my projects about the situation. They say TCS wants to maintain a 1: 3 senior to junior ratio on all projects. Therefore, newbies are encouraged more than ever.

Second, TCS is planning to implement work from home on a permanent basis for at least 25% of employees for now and may be extended to 75% in the future, which means they can employ more people because the cost it drastically decreases per employee (real estate, Internet, transportation if applicable, electricity, security, administration will be reduced to 299 rs mobile connection, 999 rs broadband connection and a laptop of 40,000 rs).

Third, the economies of the countries of Europe and America, no matter how good they seem, will worsen, which will not have any solution, which will cause their companies to outsource much of their work to India or other Southeast Asian countries in the extent of staying. relative.

That said, joining TCS as a senior may not be a good prospect.

I hope this answers

Health!!

Peace!!

It will be worth it if you are dedicated and passionate about cracking the code. Most central government jobs have an age limit of 18 to 30 years, excluding the relaxation of the upper age limit, which leaves you between 5 and 6 years to pass the exam. Now it is up to you how you are going to do it. If you really want to come to the sector, I am sure you must have done your homework on the study plan, the different exams, the sectors you should go to, etc. CGLE is one of the best options, since it can be an unofficial official of Group B. I have worked in 3 government sectors such as banks and then the central core

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It will be worth it if you are dedicated and passionate about cracking the code. Most central government jobs have an age limit of 18 to 30 years, excluding the relaxation of the upper age limit, which leaves you between 5 and 6 years to pass the exam. Now it is up to you how you are going to do it. If you really want to come to the sector, I am sure you must have done your homework on the study plan, the different exams, the sectors you should go to, etc. CGLE is one of the best options, as it can be an unofficial Group B official. I have worked in 3 government sectors, such as banks and then in central organizations of the central government, although I had to leave them for personal reasons. When I got it, the competition was very marginal but now it's scary. You can count almost 1 lac people for a post. So if you really want to get into this sector, then get going from now on. It's going to get stormy but the other side is more beautiful. All the best

Why did you think it is difficult? It may be different! My first time interviewer at TCS said that the clear answer explained why I was not selected for the position (help desk engineer). I was very impressed by your comments with integrity and clarity about my goal. Next time I know what to sell about myself and what to expect from an interviewer. Within the next 8 months I entered TCS, received an offer as a contractor (Business Associate). The wait induced more love in TCS. This time for the same salary, the same night shift. Things changed through faith, learning, good.

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Why did you think it is difficult? It may be different! My first time interviewer at TCS said that the clear answer explained why I was not selected for the position (help desk engineer). I was very impressed by your comments with integrity and clarity about my goal. Next time I know what to sell about myself and what to expect from an interviewer. Within the next 8 months I entered TCS, received an offer as a contractor (Business Associate). The wait induced more love in TCS. This time for the same salary, the same night shift. Things changed thanks to faith, learning, and good advice from friends. 11 months after a hike, I work rotating shifts in the Infra team. Wow, I thank the Lord with gratitude.

It is possible that there have been changes in the incorporation procedures, since I joined 6 years ago.

Nevertheless,

During ILP DAY 1: You officially become a TCS employee. There you send the service contract and accept the fact that, in the event of separation, the employee will pay 50,000.

If your friend's ILP has not started, that is, if they have not yet submitted a signed service agreement to TCS. Then the person is free to join any other organization.

However, if the signed service agreement is already with TCS. In that case, you will have to pay INR 50,000 to leave the organization with a clean ribbon.

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It is possible that there have been changes in the incorporation procedures, since I joined 6 years ago.

Nevertheless,

During ILP DAY 1: You officially become a TCS employee. There you send the service contract and accept the fact that, in the event of separation, the employee will pay 50,000.

If your friend's ILP has not started, that is, if they have not yet submitted a signed service agreement to TCS. Then the person is free to join any other organization.

However, if the signed service agreement is already with TCS. In that case, you will have to pay INR 50,000 to leave the organization with a clean slate.

I hope this helps.

Good luck :)

No, you don't need to sign up. Until and unless you have filed a service agreement, you have all the power to deny the union.

The chances are much less now ... According to the latest email communication from TCS, they are applying to register as a 2019 Engineering Graduate. But there are still some chances that they will do a mega drive for the 2018 pass. I will update it if there is some kind of communication from TCS. Let me know for any information if needed.

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