Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) has begun it’s National Qualifier Test (NQT) to corporate and to assist them in their fresher recruitment scheme, and the people who majored in IT are receiving attention from numerous corporations because they are part of this endeavor. It was only last year that we heard that the National Qualifier Test (NQT) was prohibited from employing for Tata Consultancy Services (TCS).
National Qualifier Test- that is administered by the Tata Consultancy Services protocol department TCS iON – it is a multiple category examination to examine qualified to the essence of mental proficiency expected for the entrance area employment, understanding about the industry-particular insights, and the professional capabilities which are expected for accomplishing the job position.
It was established back in 2018, in the National Qualifier Test during the past year; the industry witnessed more than 3.6 lakh pupils taking part in it from the 2600 different colleges of distinct states.
Tata Consultancy Services iON Global Head Venguswamy Ramaswamy, while giving a statement said this:-
” National Qualifier Test from now on is going to be a popular gateway examination for various engaging industries for their newcomer recruitment project. This systematic examination will give the competitors entry to free post at multiple companies that provide millions of fresh job hunters a chance to work for India’s top-level companies.
Further, Venguswamy added- It will lend participating companies the best competitors with exceptional skills, and open the door for them to get excellent characteristics and talented people from all over India promptly and on the scale. Numerous major companies such as Croma, Titan, Kirloskar, and Godrej are interested in joining this job hiring system.
Apart from that, the corporation is in contact with small companies in six hundred different cities from various states from all over India. So the students who participate in this examination from these cities can obtain the National Qualifier Test score, and this will allow these small companies to hire talented people from their local area.
Fresh talent who got around two years experience in their pocket, also pupils from various streams who are enlisted in the pre-year or the final-year undergraduate or even postgraduate system, can enroll themselves for the National Qualifier Test.
National Qualifier Test is going to conduct as a solitary window for employment vacancies throughout the major companies in IT, BFSI manufacturing, pharmaceutical, and FMCG areas and incorporating Tata Consultancy Services.
Because of the Corona Virus and seeing its side effects and how fast it is spreading. Tata Consultancy Services iON is going to let the students who are participating take this examination from the comfort and safety of their own houses.
To make sure they have included students who don’t have access to the essential infrastructure inside their homes have a choice to come to the Tata Consultancy Service iON headquarters to give this exam
There are around 600 headquarters in different cities where the candidates who are participating can give exams over there. Everything is going to be established on how much application they are going to receive. The place is going prepared while keeping the numbers of students in mind and taking all the social distancing precautions.
The main focus of this test is going to be extensive skills surrounding oral, numerical, and reasoning skills. The final scores that these candidates are going to be represented in front of the participant’s companies. So they can hire candidates based on their abilities. Tata Consultancy Services iON plans to keep on improvising the examination structure so they can give companies who are employing a better knowledge of the participant’s skills
The National Qualifier Test is going to be supervised in every center, and the score which candidates are going to get will be valid for around two years. The first exam is going to be free, and will be held from October 24 to 26. Students can only register until October 17.