Start earning early, take charge of your life
MUMBAI: TechBee, HCL’s Early Career Program, is a work-integrated higher education program that contributes to the “Skill India” mission of the government. As a part of HCL’s new people strategy for 10+2 students, the program offers IT engineering jobs by equipping the students with future-ready skills. It prepares students technically and professionally for entry-level IT jobs in HCL where candidates undergo extensive 12-month training to become software engineers. While working at HCL, students may also enroll in the Graduation Degree program offered by reputed universities like BITS Pilani and SASTRA University.
Interested students who wish to enroll for the program undergo an entrance test. The program provides a combination of classroom training and on-the-job training, making them self-reliant at the completion of the program. During the entire period of training, enrolled students are paid a stipend of Rs 10,000 per month.
HCL started this program in 2017 with an aim to hire the best talent and enable them to achieve financial independence at the start of their career. So far, over 2000 students have done TechBee program and are now working with HCL. In these uncertain times, TechBee will enable students to earn a degree from leading universities that HCL has partnered with as part of this program
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