Trident Information Systems Freshers Walk-In for Trainees at Delhi, On 2, 3 July 2021

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Walk-in – Urgent Hiring For BTech – Computer Fresher

Job Positions

  • Fresher

Job Details

Job Category

Job Type

Full Time

Interview Locations


Job Locations


Number of Openings


Joining Time


Desired Experience

0 Years


2-2.5 LPA

Qualification Criteria

  • BTech (CS/IT)
  • Throughout 60% is must. i.e; 10th, 12th & BTech
  • No backlog

Job Description

  • We are conducting a direct walk-in for BTech (CS/IT) Fresher.
  • Candidates should be having good understanding of Java/ C++ / Dot Net.
  • Throughout 60% is must. i.e; 10th, 12th & BTech.
  • Good Communication Skill.
  • No backlog.
  • Must be available to join immediately.

Important Instructions

Documents to Carry (mandatory)

  • Updated Resume Copy
  • Photo ID Proof (Passport/ PAN Card/ Aadhaar Card/ Voter ID/ Driving License/ College ID)

How to Apply ?

Please read all job details clearly and apply exactly as mentioned below only if you meet eligibility criteria.


Note: Please mention reference as CHETANAS

Walkin Dates, Timings

  • On 2nd, 3rd July 2021
  • 9.30 AM to 3.00 PM only

Walkin Address

Trident Information System Pvt Ltd,
M 31A, M Block Market,
Greater Kailash-II,
New Delhi – 110048

Contact – Nitin Bimlesh

Last Date to Apply: 03/07/2021

Trident Information System Pvt. Ltd.

About Company: Trident Information Systems Pvt. Ltd is one of the leading global providers of Information Technology services and business solutions with over with a proven track record of over 20 years. Trident Information Systems P. Ltd. serves clients in India, Middle East and Asia Pacific and takes pride in having a sustained business relationship with its clients through its project delivery and support engagements of high order. The Firm through its alliance with Microsoft, SAP and IBM not only provides implementation services in enterprise application packages but also provides niche solutions and services in its quest for serving clients beyond the expected returns from package implementations.
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