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Dell Services is hiring BE /B.Tech /MCA Freshers 2010!

About Company

Dell Services develops and delivers a comprehensive portfolio of IT services and solutions that reduce IT complexity and lower costs. We take a holistic view of each customer’s environment and business objectives to design solutions that help enable growth, streamline operations, and show a measurable return on investment. Our tested and proven solutions help meet specific business goals while mitigating risk. We offer interrelated consulting, business process, applications, infrastructure, and managed services that consistently deliver deep levels of value for our customers in commercial enterprises, healthcare, government, and education.

Job Description :
We are pleased to announce the off campus recruitment drive for BE /B.Tech /MCA Graduates .

Eligible Criteria:

The candidate should have graduated in the year 2010 and should have a consistent academic performance of 60% & above, SSC onwards till the end of graduation /post graduation

Disciplines:

1. BE/B.Tech

  • Computer science engineering
  • Information science engineering
  • Information Technology engineering

2. MCA

Please note: We will not considered any other discipline other than those mentioned above. Also, we will not consider candidates who have graduated in any year other than 2010

The interviews will be held on a short notice request you to check your emails regularly on the test and interview invite

CLICK HERE to apply for the interview

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