News: Protean to hire 100 engineering graduates from across India

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Protean to hire 100 engineering graduates from across India

Computer Science, IT , and Electronics and Communication Engineering graduates, who have passed in the year 2021-2022 are eligible to apply.
Protean to hire 100 engineering graduates from across India

Protean eGov Technologies Limited, formerly NSDL e-Governance Infrastructure Limited, is planning to hire around 100 engineering graduates across India. The upcoming hiring will be under its recently launched ‘FutureFIT–Tech Engineers Program’. 

Computer Science, IT (Information Technology), and Electronics and Communication Engineering graduates, who have passed in the year 2021-2022 are eligible to apply. Applicants must have scored a minimum of 60% in their key academic years.

As part of the selection process, all the candidates will have to go through a three-step online evaluation process that will include an online test, technical interview and a final HR interview followed by formal onboarding.

The selected engineering graduates will undergo a two-month boot camp, where they will be trained in acquiring deep skills in the latest technologies.

“In today’s world, organisations are fast adopting advanced & emerging technologies to stay competitive and ahead of the curve. Given the increasing impact of new-age technologies on business and everyday life, we plan to hire and train ‘Change Engineers’ who are passionate about technology and have the desire to make an impact and contribute to society. The FutureFIT–Tech Engineers Program is a step in realising our vision to create strong e-governance interventions by using common foundational digital building blocks and leveraging open source technology,” said Suresh Sethi, MD and CEO, Protean eGov Technologies.

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