Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) has introduced the TCS National Qualifier Tests (TNQT), which can be taken by freshers as well as existing employees who possess up to three years of experience. While the freshers who manage to pass the tests can upgrade (and even double) their starting remunerations, the experienced employees can use this opportunity to achieve the much wanted promotions or even better job roles.
This is the Company’s way of providing a chance to its existing staff members, internally, to not only prove their capabilities and competence, but also climb up the corporate ladder.
In the longer term, TCS hopes this system of internal exams will ensure the presence of highly skilled staff within the Company. This process will also make it much simpler for the organisation to discover talent that is ready to perform and give its best.
Those who score extraordinarily well in the first test will be allowed to take a digital test. Qualifying the digital test will make the employees eligible for even higher or better salaries or higher/more responsible roles.
Despite a dip in revenue, the Indian multinational information technology service and consulting company has been hiring people as per target, and claims satisfactory utilisation levels too. After having faced 11.6 per cent attrition in FY 2019, it is reported that this subsidiary of the Tata Group will now concentrate on recruiting only people with not more than four years of experience at the most.