HCL Technologies announces TechBee program for Class 12 students, IT Engineering jobs to be offered
TechBee, HCL Technologies’ (HCL) Early Career Program, is a work-integrated higher education program which contributes to the “Skill India” mission of the government. As a part of HCL’s new people strategy for 10+2 students, the program offers IT engineering jobs by equipping the students with future-ready skills.
It prepares students technically and professionally for entry-level IT jobs in HCL where candidates undergo an extensive 12-month training for these jobs and the students also get an opportunity to do an internship on HCL projects. While working at HCL, students may also enroll in Graduation Degree program offered by reputed universities like BITS Pilani and SASTRA University.
Commenting on the program, Srimathi Shivashankar, Corporate Vice President, HCL Technologies said, “I am extremely delighted to announce HCL’s TechBee Program for Early Careers for class XII pass out students in Rajasthan. HCL has always been the leader in bringing new avenues across strata and geographies. Students also earn a degree from leading universities that HCL has partnered with as part of this program. The programme has benefitted more than 3,000 students by creating employment as well as helping them pursue higher education. I urge all meritorious class XII students to take this program and start their global IT careers with HCL.”
HCL started this program in 2016 with an aim to hire the best talent and enable them to achieve financial independence at the start of their career. So far, over 3,000 students have successfully completed the TechBee program and are now working with HCL.
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