The programme involves three months of classroom instruction and six months of on-floor training at the company’s development centre, in Noida.
IT consulting firm, Infogain India, plans to hire 100 engineering graduates for its boot camp programme.
The programme involves three months of classroom instruction and six months of intensive on-floor training at Infogain’s development centre, in Noida.
The programme, which will begin in September, claims to be structured, intense and filled with assignments on technologies, such as Java, .Net and any other technologies as per business needs. The trainees are mentored and challenged to complete rigorous assignments and undertake tests. After successful completion of their training, the new graduates of the programme are deployed on projects and assigned to work in the global development centres.
According to the company, since its inception in 2007, over 500 college graduate trainees with B. Tech/MCA degree, have successfully completed the programme.
The Talent Training and Development Team will lead and manage the nine-month programme that will cover both technical and behavioural aspects. It will consist of three separate modules— foundation training, classroom training and on-the-job training.
Anupam Jauhari, vice president and head- HR says, “The programme’s goal is to empower young engineers with confidence and technical expertise as they move forward in their careers with Infogain. With their skill set and the right attitude, coupled with our mentoring, technical training and career path, they will find themselves transformed into seasoned professionals. They will become valuable resources for us and our clients.”
The programme promises to instill confidence, sharpen technical skills and provide international exposure to young engineers. It will enable them to be better equipped to work in today’s dynamic global environment.