Top IT Companies: 1 Lakh Freshers under Hiring Radar

The Hiring activity in India picks up with immense demand for digital talents. This financial year, global corporates – TCS, Infosys, Wipro and HCL look forward to welcome 1 lakh freshers all together.

Here is what the top IT companies have to offer in the second quarter.

TCS: Hiring is off the charts

With already 35,000 fresh employees hired in quarter 1, TCS eyes over another 43,000 fresh hires this quarter. The IT giant looks to end 2021 on a high note by closing 78,000 recruitments.

TCS expects to continue this rate of acquiring for another two to three quarters.

Infosys: More talent compared to last year

Infosys pitched up its hiring numbers compared to what they actually targeted. The company looks forward to hire close to 45,000 fresh graduates by 2021 end. This is more than 15,000 hires than expected.

Pravin Rao, COO, Infosys mentioned that they hope to unlock full potential through the hiring and make use of the opportunity to lead the market.

Wipro: Aggressive hiring

Wipro hired 8100 fresh graduates this quarter. This is double to what they expected. Coming financial year, they aim to hire 25,000 freshers.

HCL: The hiring trend continues

This financial year, HCL aims for a 20,000 to 22,000 hiring number. They want to increase the surge in hiring with another 30,000 freshers next year.

Big Competition

It is imminent, that the global market is all in for fresh hires to stay ahead in the race of advancement. The opportunities are big and so is the competition.  

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