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    Should i go for MS program provided by WASE or not?

    should i go for MS program provided by wase??

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    palugulamadhu palugulamadhu is on a distinguished road
    Join Date
    Dec 2012

    Re: Should i go for MS program provided by WASE or not?

    Hello Friend,
    Absolutely You can go for MS programme provided by WASE and it worths. As the students will gain the industry exposure and develop their technical skills by doing this programme.

    WASE: Wipro Academy of Software Excellence.

    As the Programme taken under BITS pilani and degree was also awarded by this Institution only.


    Education: B.SC(Computer science,It,Electronics,statistics, and mathematics), BCM/BCA

    The candidate must have academic percentage of .morethan 50% marks in 10th,+2 and 60% in Graduation.


    Common entrance test
    Technical interview
    HR interview .

    Firstly, the candidates need to be registered before appearing for exam. Company will be email you the Halltickets to all eligible students.

    As you can register Here http://careers.wipro.com/it/campus/india/wase.htm

    Thank you.

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    M.Rama Devi M.Rama Devi is on a distinguished road
    Join Date
    Jun 2012

    Re: Should i go for MS program provided by WASE or not?


    Yes,it is better to join Wipro Wase program.Wipro is offering the candidates for doing MS in computer science without completion of engineering degree after completion of graduation.It is providing classes on weekends and in week days,candidates works on live projects along with full time employees of Wipro.This will help them in valuable industrial experience and technical knowledge

    Wipro WASE course details:-

    Total semesters -8
    Duration of each course 4-5 months

    Eligibility for Wipro WASE program:-
    1)Candidate should secure minimum 50% in 10th,12th
    2)Minimum 60% in graduation till date
    3)Only final year candidates are eligible
    4)Candidates from the following branches are eligible

    Computers,IT,Electronics,physics,Mathematics,Stati stics

    5)Candidate should have studied Maths in 10+2

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