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    yogesh belwal yogesh belwal is on a distinguished road
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    Tell me for which companies am i eligible with 65% marks in EE?

    I am a final year student of Btech. My branch is electrical engineering.i want to appear for public sector examination. my percentage is 61. and i will improve upto 65. tell me which companies i am eligible to appear

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    madhuri_sharma madhuri_sharma is on a distinguished road
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    Re: Tell me for which companies am i eligible with 65% marks in EE?


    60% is the minimum criteria for recruitment be it any branch..

    there is a chance of getting job in leading software companies through various on and off campus recruitments..

    attend all the campus drives..

    register your profile in various job portals like


    keep your profile updated and post your resume in these portals..you will receive job notification that best matches your profile..

    also,appear for various skill assesment exams like NACTECH test conducted by NASSCOM and AMCAT exam..

    these exams consists of four to five sections on aptitude,reasoning,verbal and technical questions...a score card will be generated ranking your competencies in each section...this score card is veryuseful while participating various drives conducted by Infosys,tcs etc..as all these MNC's abide by NASSCOM regulations..

    also,if your interest is to obtain core jobs then appear for GATE exam and get a good score through which you can be shortlisted to various public sector companies of Maharatna and Navaratna stature like NTPC,IOC,BHEL etc...

    have a good grip on subject basics and develop expertise in domain knowledge..Also,concentrate on academics since a very good percentage can land you in good campus drive...(example..infosys conducts off campus drives for candidated with above 75% throughout their career (in 10th,inter and b.tech))

    maintained good percentage will help you a lot..

    all the best

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