HCL’s enrolment drive for Science graduates

Source: The Hitavada      Date: 01 Sep 2017 09:20:30


Business Bureau,

HCL Technologies has introduced a unique and innovative local centric training programme for Science graduates residing in the city. “HCL is offering world-class IT careers to local students through its ‘Stay Rooted’ campaign,” said Sanjay Gupta, Senior Vice-President of HCL while talking with The Hitavada on Thursday.

Shailesh Awale, Nagpur Centre Head and General Manager of HCL was also present.
Under the Stay Rooted campaign, HCL is inviting Science graduates of B.Sc., BCA, BCCA, Diploma IT/CS/ETC for a three-month training programme. Interested and eligible candidates, who clear the selection process, will be able to undertake paid training in the field of IT services management in Nagpur. On completion of the training programme, candidates will be able to start their careers with HCL campus in MIHAN.

“HCL is developing the Nagpur state-of-the-art centre spread on a 50-acre campus with an investment of Rs 200 crore in the first phase at MIHAN. The centre will employ 2,000 local candidates. HCL Nagpur campus construction work is under full swing and will become operational by March 2018,” he said. The centre will offer a spectrum of services including infrastructure management, application development, product engineering, BPO, IT services management and internal enabling functions.

HCL had also tied up with various financial institutions to provide loan for the education of the candidates. The candidates had an option to repay the loan from their salary, he pointed out.

HCL would be offering a world-class compressed training programme. For this, serious local candidates, who want to reside and work in the city, should come forward and register themselves. The stringent selection process would consist of interview, online aptitude test, technical interview and HR interview. On completing three months of the training, a stipend of Rs 12,000 would be given to the candidates. He said that the non-engineering candidates would be absorbed in the technical help desk initially, and could go on to engineering job.

Looking at the first successful batch of 40 engineering candidates from the city, he said that the students had a lot of potential and could climb the ladder of success.
He said that the programme was in sync with HCL’s philosophy of making candidates job-ready in their hometown.

The enrolment walk-in drive for Science graduates programme is scheduled for September 2 and 3, from 10 am to 5 pm at Dr Ambedkar Institute of Management Studies and Research, Deekshabhoomi. For further details, aspiring candidates can call on toll-free number 1800-200-1118 or send their profile to [email protected] or can walk-in to HCL Nagpur office between Monday and Friday at Plot No 3, 3rd Floor, Lusine Tower, opposite Sonegaon Police Station, adjacent to Trovotel Hotel, Wardha Road.