TCS recruits 144 students from Aligarh Muslim University
Tata Consultancy Services (TCS), a leading multi-layered company in the global market and among the top ten technology firms in the world has recruited a record number of 144 students of B. Tech, M. Tech and MCA of the Aligarh Muslim University. The recruitment team of TCS visited AMU campus during October 10-12, 2012.
The recruitment process comprised an online aptitude test followed by three rounds of interviews – Technical, MR and HR. The interview board comprised of 23 executives from TCS. A total of 222 students were shortlisted for the interview out of which 144 students were finally selected after rigorous interview sessions.
The excellent record was a result of the diligent and continued efforts of Prof. Mrs. Tabassum Naqvi, Training and Placement Officer and the overall guidance of Prof. Ekram Husain, Principal, Zakir Husain College of Engineering Technology.
The placement process started with a presentation of Zakir Hussain College of Engineering & Technology made by Sadaf Iqbal and Ghulam Mustafa which was followed by the “pre-placement talk” given by Mr. Pankaj Kumar Bansal and Mr. Summit Premi from TCS. The talk highlighted the Tata Group with focus on the Tata Consultancy Services and its chief domains and Placement Procedure. The event was conducted by Faisal Nehal.
The TCS panel was facilitated with all logistic support from the team of Student Placement Coordinators, Sunil Choudhary, Ibrahim Hasan, Omar Bashir, Fatima Ahmad, Rohan Singhal, Syed Kamran, Mazhar Ali, Atif Alim, Khushagra Kumar and Hasan M Khalid.
Brigadier (Retd.) Syed Ahmad Ali, SM, Pro Vice Chancellor thanked TCS for their visit and emphasized on strengthening the relationship with them. He also gave a word of advice and encouragement to students.
Dean, Faculty of Engineering and Technology, Prof. Hamid Ali also expressed gratitude to TCS team for their visit.