Clover Infotech, the IT services and consulting company, plans to hire 2500 freshers, to be able to cater to the increasing demand for trained tech resources capable of handling transaction-oriented environments, such as banking.
It will tap talent pool of tier-2 and tier-3 cities such as Shirpur, Dhule, Akola, and Jalgaon, in addition to Mumbai, Pune, Delhi NCR, Chennai, Bengaluru, Hyderabad, and Cochin where its key customers across the banking and financial services space exist.
Clover Academy, the training and knowledge arm of Clover Infotech, will be conducting placement drives at various campuses as part of a structured hiring process. The Academy will focus on imparting training to talent in managing mission-critical technology environments in the banking, insurance, and financial services space.
The training programme will include modules on soft skills and interpersonal skills too. The objective is to equip freshers with the necessary technical, functional, and communication skills to enable them to thrive as IT professionals.
Kunal Nagarkatti, CEO, Clover Infotech, reveals how over the years, Clover has “designed intensive training and skilling initiatives to bridge the skill gap that prevails in the technology industry. Following the pandemic, companies across sectors and geographies have increased their reliance on technology to enhance customer experience and operational efficiency”, and therefore, “Clover Academy is committed to providing an excellent learning avenue to freshers to make them industry-ready IT professionals.”
The almost three-decade old serves over 150 customers across India, the Middle East, Europe, and the US.