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Tuesday, 12 June 2012

HCL Walk in For Java/J2EE, Javascript, XML, XSLT ,PHP,HTML

Walk-in event details : - Candidates with more than 2.5 

years of relevant/hands-on work experience can walk-in 

for a face-to-face interview with a copy of this mail. :


On the resume, they should mention the name and 

employee code of the individual who referred them.



Reference:


Emp Name:Srinivasulu Devara


Emp No:51369020



Band: E1/E2 | Qualification: M. Sc./B. Tech/M.S./M. Tech

Experience/Work Location
Required Skills
Walk-in event details
Venue, Date, Time
Contact Person
2.5 to 9 years

Bangalore
PHP Frontend Developers

·         Extensive experience in PHP, Javascript, CSS, HTML.
·         Extensive experience in any database will be an added advantage; knowledge of Mysql will be highly preferred.
·         Customer-facing experience will be an added advantage.


Java Backend Developers

·         Extensive experience in Core Java/J2EE, Javascript, XML, XSLT (Mandatory)
·         Extensive experience in front-ending development will be highly preferred.
·         Customer-facing experience will be an added advantage.
HCL Technologies Ltd.
8 and 9, G B Palya,
Off Hosur Road, Bangalore.
Landmark: Next lane to RNS Motors

AND

HCL Technologies Ltd.
H01B, HITEC CITY-2, Survey No. 30, 34, 35 and 38. Phoenix Infocity Pvt. Ltd. Behind Cyber Gateway, Madhapur, Hyderabad


Sunday, June 17, 2012
10 AM to 1 PM
 



(for Bangalore)


(for Hyderabad)



Candidates with more than 2.5 years of relevant/hands-on work experience can walk-in for a face-to-face interview with a copy of this mail.

Note:
For the walk-in drive, candidates must carry the documents mentioned below:
1.      Hard copy of updated resume
2.      Last three months' salary slips
3.      One (1) passport-sized photo
 
On the resume, they should mention the name and employee code of the individual who referred them.

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