HCL Invites Fresher's from 2009 & 2010 Batch

HCL is inviting applications from the Engineering/MCA batch of 2009 & 2010, with a minimum score of 65% from ECE, EEE, IS, CSE, IT, E&I and MCA disciplines for openings across Bangalore, Chennai, Hyderabad and NCR.

Shortlisted applicants will be required to take the Computer Based Test (CBT), about which they will be informed individually. Those who clear the test will then appear for an interview in Bangalore / Chennai / NCR. Candidates who have received offers from other Tier 1 IT companies, will have an edge over the others!

About Agri Engineering

Agricultural engineering is the discipline of engineering in agriculture, food and biological systems. Agricultural engineers develop engineering science and technology in the context of agricultural production and processing, and for the management of natural resources. They apply their engineering knowledge and skills to solve problems relating to sustainable agricultural production.

Where there is a will...

Vasanth Kumar S is an 18 year old boy; he has just passed his Higher Secondary exam. He wants to become a software engineer. His father is a coolie in the Chennai central railway station and has a monthly income of less than Rs. 5000. Vasanth also has a younger sister who is studying in school.

Opportunity for 2010 fresher batch in HCL

Jun 16 2010

HCL is inviting applications from the campus batch of 2010, with a minimum score of 65% from ECE, EEE, IS, CSE, IT, E&I and MCA disciplines for openings across Bangalore, Chennai, Hyderabad and NCR.

This lead is shared by Mr. Rajesh Majumder.(Thanks Rajesh!)
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Prerana (Infosys Foundation) for poor students

If you have come across any bright students coming from poor financial background who have finished their 10th standard this year (April 2009) and scored more than 80%, please ask them to contact the NGO-Prerana (supported by Infosys foundation). The NGO is conducting a written test and those who clear the test will be eligible for financial help for their further studies.

Looking Beyond the Conventional Options

It is important to look beyond the options which are considered conventional, as far as career building is concerned.Professions like Engineering, Medicine may have been the sought after since ages,the new options offered to the career aspirant today is not only more lucrative, but also offers challenges which were never thought off earlier.

News for medicos : number of MD/MS seats increased

Feb 07, 2010

News from (TOI,4th Feb) :
MCI has decided to allow more number of post graduate seats in MD/MS courses from next academic year (2010).

"High tution fees" - first impulsive question & response

Jan 30, 2010

Question asked :

Hello Dr. Saha

Thanks for making your column interactive. I've a question.
Recently we saw some controversy in Tripura after management of a Medical college was taken over from Genet. People complained about very high fees.
A student may end up paying 18-20 lac rupees to get MBBS. Virtually this means no poor or lower middle class can afford to study in this college. A student from middle class will be under huge loan to study.
What is your comment on this? Are such fees justified?