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companies working in JAVA Technologies

 
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Hi all,

I hope there are so many ranchers from North India side.

I just have a curiosity to know that which are the pay masters in NCR Region I mean to say thar NCR Region = Noida, New Delhi, Gurgaon etc....

I want to know the big companies working in JAVA Technologies........ and paying a good handsome amount.....to developers...




 
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Not sure.But sapient may pay U well.
 
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ya ya ya ya Come up with some more companies.........


Will be very usefull for ranchers


 
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Till now only one response .. Waiting for more replies...






 
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[ May 08, 2006: Message edited by: Sunil Kumar Gupta ]
 
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how much one can expect from induslogic having 20 months of exp
with regular mca and scjp ...

how tough is thier interivew and what how long thier process of recruitement ?
how tough thier interivew ? i think they have lots of development work ?
and what about onsite chances ?

can i demand 5 L/pa if my inteview goes will ?
 
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Ishan ,

I heard that with 20 months exp. you can expect 5Lk/Anum but that depends upon your interview and interview are dammmmm.... hard to knock out.....

But still the list is really unexpectedly very short..


Still waiting for some more replies...
 
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Induslogic u can expect around ...5+ with 20 month exp..

Adobe is also there my frnd is shifte after 13 months exp he is getting 7Lks..
 
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could you pls PM me how to get in Adobe. Noida...

:roll:
 
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Ankur,
my frnd wrk on c in embeded real time system.... he is selected on the basis of C , c++ .
U can directly apply from there site .... or through refrrel ...
 
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Thankx Arun,

Ankur,
my frnd wrk on c in embeded real time system.... he is selected on the basis of C , c++ .
U can directly apply from there site .... or through refrrel ...




As you can understand that I am working in JAVA Technologies.... and some more is that I don't have any referral in Adobe..

Could you pls do me a favour can u PM me if you have any referral in Adobe..

It would be great.




 
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"Arun",
We're a friendly bunch here at the Ranch, but we take display names very seriously.

Display names must be two words: your first name, a space then your last name. Fictitious names are not allowed.

Please change your display name back since accounts with invalid display names get deleted, often without warning.

Also, please stop using abbreviations in your posts. It makes your comments harder to understand and hurts people who don't have English as their first language.

thanks,
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Ok david......happy
 
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How about listing down the bad ones as well so that we know where not to go.
. I have one in my list.

1. IBM Gurgaon
 
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Why you called it so???

Please also explain the reason too...


I am curious to know why it is so???
 
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"Arun P",

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hi..nice post
give some more
 
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I have one in my list.

CSC
 
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