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FRESHERS 2006 2007 BATCH @ WIPRO September 11, 2007

Posted by oraclewalkin in 2006 Passouts, 2007 Passouts, Freshers, Off Campus.
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WIPRO hiring FRESHERS

Opportunity for B.Sc Graduates to become a part of Ted Team

Wipro offers Executive Post Graduate Diploma in HR Management (EPGDHRM) Program for non-engineering graduates meeting the academic requirements of the partnering academia. The selected candidates would work within Wipro as TED Executives and would also be provided an opportunity to pursue an EPGDHRM program from SIBM.

Eligibility:
• All full time graduates (BA / BSc / B.Com / BBA) who have passed out in 2007/2006 from a statutory university
• The academic scores of the graduates at the degree level should be greater than or equal to 50%

Selection Process:
• The selection process will include a Written Test, Group Discussion and HR Interview

Responsibilities:
1. To handle Operations of various HR processes and do analysis of different reports/MIS
2. Interface with internal clients and resolve issues
3. Support induction of new joinees at the BU level
4. Conduct exit interviews – Bands A1, A2 and A3
5. Support and drive closure during organization wide initiatives
6. Celebrations – SBU / BU specific
7. Support People engagement activities at the SBU / BU level

How to apply?
Candidates, who fulfill the above eligibility criteria, can apply Online under the Fresher Section at http://careers.wipro.com -> Wipro in Campus -> Wipro Fresher Program to JC 46625: TED Executive

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