Tuesday, June 28, 2011

TCS 2011 Batch Joining Dates

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The candidates of 2011 batch have started getting their joining dates after waiting for some time. It’s really a time to enjoy for them now that the prestigious organization of their dreams have started providing them the joining dates. The candidates are maintaining a spreadsheet as found in several social networking sites. I am providing it here hoping you might find it useful.

 
The atmosphere is certainly positive that people have started receiving their joining dates much before their previous batches of 2009 batch and 2010 batch apparently. It will only istockphoto_13474025-excited-girl-on-laptopbe a matter of time before they get their joining dates. The joining date prediction tool have already helped thousands and is sure to give quite an idea about the probable joining date after getting which candidates may also feel like predicting their ILP score here.
It will be interesting to see how long it takes for the process to complete. Provided the global scenario and other factors right now, the current situation couldn't be better. It will be up to the candidates how well they utilize the time after the joining during the training to prepare themselves for the challenge in this big corporate world. Lots of hot discussions are going on now in several online communities regarding the joining process and what will happen after that. The mood surely is optimistic.


Update of Joining Dates (This document below is owned and updated by members from the TCS 2011 batch where over 450 TCS candidates regularly share the updates of various colleges across India, just thought sharing it here would be useful to everyone. For complaints click here.):

Friday, June 24, 2011

IT Sector National Delicacy - Food at Barbecue Nation!


originally uploaded by Rahul Reloaded.
It is always a delight to visit this place. Loaded with the all-famous starters (some people finish their course with only the starters and desserts itself!), there is no doubt that every single IT pro has visited this place more than once :)

Wednesday, June 22, 2011

TCS clarifies rumor on demand for outsourcing in 2011

Tata consultancy services put all discussions to rest after a hype regarding weakening demand over the IT and outsourcing sector after brokerage firm CLSA's report was published which has downgraded the country's software services sector. IT has been clarified that the market is still strong and clients are positive more than ever.
 
 
The candidates for TCS 2011 batch can relax. The facts that TCS added around 69,685 and around 31,500 left the company leaving a net addition of 38,185 are not to be startled at. The process of such intake and attrition is pretty normal and does not reflect anything on the demand for outsourcing. It has been further clarified that clients are on the look-out for new projects to give to TCS for the future.
 
 
The hike on the H1B visas and the Greece debt suspense has posed a tricky situation no doubt but as it has been pointed out, the outsourcing sector is pretty robust as of now to be affected by such potential hiccups.

Saturday, June 18, 2011

TCS accelerates hiring to 70,000 as demand goes boom!

TCS hired a staggering 70k people last fiscal and has plans to add some 60k more this year as the demand for the best in the field IT giant has sky rocketed over its fellow counterparts. With the joining of some of the colleges of 2011 batch declared, it is only a matter of time before they join their dream company (Get the joining dates of 2010 batch here, if you know a spreadsheet for 2011 batch, please submit it here).

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For people who are waiting for their joining dates will find these prediction tools handy as did the previous batches. Things are only going to be brighter now as low-cost labor from a country like India is too much lucrative compared to the higher paid counterpart in the west. So it will be an interesting thing to watch what happens after 5-6 years when the market gets saturated and there is no place for any more engineers.

As of now, there is nothing to worry as such as even small companies are offering pretty decent packages even up to 4.5 lacs for someone experienced as little as 2 years. The market surely is a huge contrast to what was in line after the 2008-09 fiasco. If you are one of the candidates to have joined in recently, do not miss the opportunity to subscribe to this blog for further informative updates soon.