French IT consultancy Capgemini has announced that it will be hiring female candidates through its “Exceller Off Campus Drive” program. The registration deadline is April 28 and test evaluation for registered students will start from April 26.
Eligibility Criteria to Apply:
Candidates who graduated in 2019/2020/2021 can apply in this drive
MCA, BE / BTech (Open to all branches for BE and BTech)
ME/MTech/MSc Students (Open only for Information Technology, Information Science, Computing)
The candidate must not be in backlog at the time of their appearance for the process
Must be flexible to relocate to any Capgemini location, work across technology, domain, role and be willing to work in shifts if required.
Must be willing to sign a Service Level Agreement at time of onboarding
Only shortlisted candidates will be invited to the virtual assessment process including online assessments and interviews. We require the applicant to make the necessary infrastructure arrangements (voice and video capable laptop/desktop, stable internet connection, etc.) to participate in the selection process.
Applicants should be open to signing a Service Level Agreement upon joining.
Capgemini in India has more than 150,000 employees spread over 13 sites: Bangalore, Bhubaneswar, Chennai, Coimbatore, Gandhinagar, Gurugram, Hyderabad, Kolkata, Mumbai, Noida, Pune, Salem and Tiruchirappalli.
After successful completion of the hiring process, success will be prepared through an intense 8-10 week central Capgemini training program. The NEXT training platform offers candidates a highly personalized learning path with a plethora of courses from Coursera, Pluralsight, UDEMY, and more. daily coaching of faculty members. Training is delivered on various technologies – Insight & Data, Digital Technologies, Enterprise Application Solutions, Cloud Infra Services, Web Technologies, Testing and Systems Technologies. The attribution of the technology depends on the request of the company and your credentials.
Meanwhile, the company reported an increase in first-quarter revenue on Thursday, citing growth in its cloud and data businesses as it leverages its customers’ digital transformation.
The company, which offers consulting, digital, technical and engineering services, posted first-quarter revenue of 5.17 billion euros ($5.44 billion), up 17, 7% year-on-year at constant exchange rates.
Benefiting from a shift to cloud-based computing, Capgemini reported earnings above last year’s estimates, while warning that pressure for higher wages and the cost of returning workers to the office would weigh on profits in 2022.
At the end of March, the total workforce of the Parisian group amounted to 340,700 people, up 24% over one year.