WIPRO Hosts National Talent Hunt for University Students, Winners to Get Jobs
Wipro held a national talent hunt as part of its Elite program to hire new ones. The IT provider leads Elite NTH 2021 to recruit the best of 2021 for engineering graduates and those who succeed will be selected for the job of project engineers at the IT giant.
Those who wish to pursue a career in the IT industry can participate in this recruitment campaign. Applicants with a bachelor’s degree in engineering or technology or a five-year integrated MTech degree can take this opportunity.
WIPRO Elite NTH 2021: Eligibility criteria
Applicants must have passed grades 10 and 12 with at least 60% marks from any recognized school board. Upon graduation, applicants must have a minimum of 65% marks. It should be noted that only full-time courses are eligible, no part-time or correspondence or distance education in 10th or 12th grade or diploma will be accepted. Only Indian citizens are allowed to participate in this recruitment campaign
WIPRO Elite NTH 2021: Selection process
Each eligible candidate will have to go through an online assessment consisting of three stages. The first test will be aptitude which includes logical ability, quantitative ability, English or verbal ability). It will be a 48 minute test.
The second will be a written communication test or a 20-minute essay writing competition.
The third step will be a 60-minute online programming test where candidates can choose one of the programming languages Java, C, C ++, or Python for coding.
Those who pass the online assessment will need to go through additional technical interviews and HR interviews. Shortlisted applicants will be notified of their recorded emails or other means of communication provided at the time of registration.
“If you have any questions or concerns, please contact [email protected] with the subject line ‘Elite NTH 2021’ and you will receive a response within three business days,” the official statement read.
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