TCS, Infosys, Accenture Will Hire 4 Lakh Freshers, Experienced Employees: Job Openings, How To Apply?

After the disastrous second wave of covid-19, the Indian economy is finally getting back on track. And why wouldn’t it? Vaccination is in full swing, daily covid-19 cases are constantly on the decline and even public places including religious places and movie theatres are opening up. So, hopefully, very soon Indian economy soon will go back to what it was before the deadly outbreak.

With increasing economic activity, demand for goods and services is on the rise. What fuels manufacturing better than IT.

An increase in IT services demand leads to an increase in IT hiring

This pandemic emphasized the need for going digital for each and every business. That has catapulted the demand for skilled and talented IT employees. Hence, IT majors have also started hiring on large scale.

For people trying to enter into the IT industry or for experienced people trying to enhance their careers, these Mage Hirings are presenting a major chunk of opportunities.

TCS, Infosys, Accenture planning major hiring

Global technology giants such as Accenture, Infosys, TCS are hiring at a massive scale. They are targeting a good mix of both experienced professionals and freshers. Accenture is also gearing up for on-campus hiring. The same mantra was followed by TCS recently. Currently, there are at least 50,000 job vacancies in all these companies. According to a recent report, the big tech companies are preparing to hire over 4 lakh techies.

These global tech multinational companies have hired over 1 lakh people in the last financial year. It has increased its headcount to globally 624,268. By 2022, Accenture will have 3 lakh employees at its stable. At the same time, other IT giants such as Cognizant, Capgemini, Intel, and HCL have over 2 lakh, 1.5 lakh, and 1 lakh employees in India, respectively.

For applying to various companies, the interested candidates are required to register on the official websites of the respective companies.

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