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HCL Recruits Plus Two Students for “Tech Bee” Program

HCL is becoming a trendsetter among Indian IT companies with a unique program called “Tech Bee” in which Plus Two students are trained and hired by the company. 
The company will be recruiting one thousand (1000) students for this program and an additional two thousand(2000) freshers who will work on different streams such as application development, testing, and maintenance. 
The massive recruitment drive will take place in Noida on the 6th and 7th of July, 2019. Sanjay Gupta, Executive VP of HCL, is hopeful that the drive will be as successful as the one conducted in 2018 where over five thousand candidates appeared for the walk-in interview,
“HCL’s mega recruitment drive is a great opportunity for freshers to start their IT careers with HCL…Like last year, we are hopeful that a lot of relevant candidates will apply and benefit from HCL’s mega recruitment drive.”

How to apply for Tech Bee

HCL says, “Tech Bee breaks away from conventional thinking” by giving an opportunity to students who have completed their plus two with sixty percent marks or more to be financially independent and trendsetters.
The duration of the course will be twelve months. The course fee will be two lakh rupees plus applicable taxes. The burden of this payment will not fall on parents as the company will arrange for financial assistance. 
Interested candidates can apply online via the enrolment form provided on the company website.
The students will be selected via an entrance test. Students who join the program will receive a monthly stipend of ten thousand rupees. A service agreement which mandates that the students stay with HCL for three years will have to be signed.


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