DCKAP thanks aspirants for the overwhelming response; F2Fs to follow soon

July 13, 2011

As the company continues to build on the success of its products and services in North America, Europe, and Australia, and in line with its rapid expansion plans for near-term growth and target achievement, DCKAP recently invited promising young talent to be deployed and trained at its global technology development center in Chennai.

DCKAP called for Walk-in Interviews for the position of Trainee Software Engineers from fresh graduate and post-graduate engineers at its Chennai development centre on July 08th and 09th.

Outrunning its own earlier record set in December last, DCKAP’s latest Walk-in call met with an overwhelming response from over two thousand enthusiastic aspirants from Chennai and its surroundings as well as from several other places across India. The HR department’s nifty coordination ensured a well-organized conduct of the written test for these teeming teens, spread across the two days.

Following a stringent screening process, shortlisted candidates are to be called for Face-to-Face interviews shortly. DCKAP wholeheartedly thanks every one of the large number of eager candidates who have taken the written test and extends them its best wishes for career success.

The accelerating pace of change in the technology space requires smart, adaptable people with the drive to succeed. DCKAP has been built from promising young talent groomed and nurtured for great results.

The final twenty that make it will bring with them fresh energy and perspectives contributing to DCKAP’s strategic corporate objectives. They will receive focused training after which they will be deployed on global technology projects at the Chennai development centre.

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2 Comments on "Over 2000 Attend DCKAP Walk-In for Freshers"


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Bhanu prasad
6 years 2 months ago

Hello mam/sir,

I wrote exam on july 9th.Is that recruitment process is completed?

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6 years 2 months ago

Hello Bhanu Prasad,
Thanks for visiting our blog.
Currently, interviews are in progress and shortlisted candidates are being called individually.