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Life at TCS ILP

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Hi all.
26th December 2011 was my joining date in the Asia's largest Global IT Services Company as Assistant System Engineer-Trainee.
Day 1:
The Day started with queing up in line of more than 250 people for half an hour outside the TCS Premises. We entered the TCS Premises and it was like yeah!Here i enter my workplace . To the amazing and interesting part of TCS premises in Kolkata is the name of the buildings of TCS: Lords,Eden and Wanderers.(Three legendary cricket grounds).
We were given the route to enter into the auditorium. The moment i entered the hall, i saw my head ILP Co-ordinator Ramanjit Goswami. We were given the smart card that very day. (note: please upload your smart card photo as per directed by the TCS size and color, else you will get it late).
We have to submit our joining documents on the same day. The emphasis was mainly on service agreement.
(Note: please carry all your original and merit certificates in technical feild).
We were also offered Coffee (the first coffee at TCS).
Three banks were invited by TCS for opening of the salary account.(Axis Bank,SBI,Kotak Mahindra).
(note : you can give your own salary account number to TCS,but condition is that it should be listed in list of TCS).
Day 2:
The day started with some lectures and informations on different aspects of rules and regulations and how to adjust and cope up yourself in working environment. Those students who were not able to submit theit documents on 26th Dec because of some reasons and incompleteness, were allowed to submit on this day.
We were also informed about the salary and how to save from tax, and also different HR policies.
And to the best part , we all were allocated our stream. JAVA. The stream i wanted.
Out of BIPM,Unix,Java,Dot Net and C/C++, most of the students got Java.


Day 3:

After spending 2 days in TCS Auditorium , this very day were shifted to Training Center of ILP. The first day as Trainee . We met our TechLead and BizLead.
(TechLead: The person who will evaluate and observe your technical knowledge
BizLead:The person who will evaluate and observe your behaviours,etiquettes and dressing sense and ofcourse communication skills)
The day went on with introductions and informations on how this training would go. Different stages of training were told to us.

Till this Day: ILP is worth enjoyable and this very courses are so desgined and processes that even a non CS/IT guyz would love to learn in this fashion. The best part is assignments. You will love it because it helps you in learning. Your ILP is of 60 working days.


Fear of PAT: Guyz and Girls.PAT is just a mere formality. My ILP Coordinator cum HR himself told that PAT is just a exam . This will not be counted in your performance.

ASPIRE: No one will ever ask you about this. If you want to o aspire stuffs do it, or else leave it. This is for your learning purpose only.

[note: There will be no exams in TCS ILP. But, there will be presentations and daignostics for different modules].

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  1. Yuvi007's Avatar
    Hi Angad,

    Firstly, thanks for sharing such valuable information. I would like to know about how strict are they in assessing communication skills and what kind of activities do we usually have?

    Thanks in advance!
  2. angad's Avatar
    its all very systematic . Even if you are not well versed in communications sections, the whole training is so structured that at the last moment you will feel that you are a changed person
  3. anne's Avatar
    I have a doubt, My surety's name on his IT Returns was Bhaskara rao.A and on his pancard it was Anne Bhaskara rao, will dere b any problem.
    Please tell me
  4. radhika's Avatar
    Bhaiya cn u tell us is dere ny scope of ethical hacking in TCS?
  5. angad's Avatar
    Quote Originally Posted by anne
    I have a doubt, My surety's name on his IT Returns was Bhaskara rao.A and on his pancard it was Anne Bhaskara rao, will dere b any problem.
    Please tell me
    for the safe purpose please get a affidavit of the surety's name.
  6. angad's Avatar
    Quote Originally Posted by radhika
    Bhaiya cn u tell us is dere ny scope of ethical hacking in TCS?
    why you going for such an idea? any reasons? you better not please
  7. Harsh's Avatar
    The ILP process nowadays is quite different from our time 2 years back. I am very happy to see TCS becoming very serious in grooming their associates.
  8. anne's Avatar
    [QUOTE=angad;bt2138]for the safe purpose please get a affidavit of the surety's name.[/QUOTE]

    please can you send me the affidavit formate for my mail [email]anne.deepthi70@gmail.com[/email]
  9. angad's Avatar
    Quote Originally Posted by anne
    please can you send me the affidavit formate for my mail anne.deepthi70@gmail.com
    There is no specific predefined format given by TCS for afffidavit of signatures. What i can suggest you is that, go to the local court and tell the persons to make an affidavit of the signature decalring that both signatures are of same person.
  10. radhika's Avatar
    Actually i lyk dng dat..
  11. angad's Avatar
    Quote Originally Posted by radhika
    Actually i lyk dng dat..
    i understand and i would like to learn from you also. But the point is that they monitor things there. i would like to learn some tips from you.
  12. cyrusholiday's Avatar
    hi angad.........
    your information is so valuable thanks for shasring with us.
    How can I access this feature
    Do you know how to reenable this feature.

    thanks

    cyrus
  13. anne's Avatar
    Hi I have one doubt ,If I do not have any address proof what should I do?
  14. angad's Avatar
    Quote Originally Posted by anne
    Hi I have one doubt ,If I do not have any address proof what should I do?
    please make an affidavit on rs. 20 stamp paper.
  15. angad's Avatar
    Quote Originally Posted by cyrusholiday
    hi angad.........
    your information is so valuable thanks for shasring with us.
    How can I access this feature
    Do you know how to reenable this feature.

    thanks

    cyrus
    What feature you are asking? we will love to help you.
  16. aashu_gpt's Avatar
    hello my seniors..
    want to what if v hav 6 month experience in .net field...are they going to allot us .net field..i have heard they allocate ur desired field if only u hav mcts or scjp certificate..if u hav certificate from hp (hewlett packard)..
    thanxx for helping :)
  17. angad's Avatar
    Quote Originally Posted by aashu_gpt
    hello my seniors..
    want to what if v hav 6 month experience in .net field...are they going to allot us .net field..i have heard they allocate ur desired field if only u hav mcts or scjp certificate..if u hav certificate from hp (hewlett packard)..
    thanxx for helping :)
    allocation of stream is random.your luck .
  18. ratul's Avatar
    thanks for this.I have a question.what is BIPM?
  19. kushalsheth's Avatar
    I am e.c student which is better for me java/unix/.net.I didn't have any knowledge about java/.net.Somewhat knowledge about unix.But some guy's says unix doesn't have any much scope is it right???
  20. rax1590's Avatar
    hey.. your post is really helpful in knowing the stuffs about TCS ILP... but Sir, I would like to know one thing.. whether the ILP for IT, ITIS and EIS people is common or they are given to work in their required domain only.. I have been Selected For EIS profile ( Engineering & Industrial Services ) which is Core for Mechanical people. So i just want to know whether i'll have training for C++ or Java languages or any other languages. I got Trivandrum for my ILP and joining is 6th Aug 2012 which is same for all EIS people only. Rest have got their joining in Sept 2012 for IT batches as fas as i know. Please Reply.. Thanking you.
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