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    What are the chances of getting IT jobs with 70% marks in 12th?

    i have no command on maths but my parents suggested me to take m.p.c. can i get i.t job if i get 70% and with good command on english

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    ajitkumar01234 ajitkumar01234 is on a distinguished road
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    Re: What are the chances of getting IT jobs with 70% marks in 12th?

    Dear friend..,
    You can get many job opportunities in the IT companies with a very good salary and many other facilities but you should have
    these eligibility criteria fulfilled.

    1.You should have 60% in your 10th,12th and graduation degree.
    2.You should not have any backlogs when you go for the interview.
    3.You should not have more then 1 year gap between studies.
    4.You should have good aptitude knowledge.
    5.You should have good communication skill.

    You should have these criterias fulfilled to get a job in the IT companies.

    There are many IT companies like Wipro,Zansar,Accenture,Patni,Tech Mahindra,Satyam,TCS,CTS,HCL,L&T Infotech etc.
    You can get a job in these IT companies with a very good salary but you have to pass
    the selection process of the IT companies.

    =========Selection Process-----------

    1.Aptitude Test
    2.Technical Round
    3.HR Round

    These are the three rounds which you have to cross then only you can get a job in IT companies.

    You can get a job in the IT companies with all these conditions fulfilled.

    Best of luck!

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    M.Rama Devi M.Rama Devi is on a distinguished road
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    Re: What are the chances of getting IT jobs with 70% marks in 12th?

    Hai

    ** With your inter qualification you can get IT jobs.

    ** You should have minimum qualification for IT jobs is Graduation.

    ** So first do your graduation with good percentage.

    ** Your Inter percentage(70%) will helps in for the eligibility for getting job in good company.

    Following is the eligibility criteria for MNCs:-

    1)Should have minimum 60% in your 10th,10+2 and in graduation

    2)Should not have more than 2 years of gap in the studies

    3)Should not have backlogs

    After your graduation if is satisfy the above eligibility criteria then you can apply job in top MNCs like:-

    TCS

    Wipro
    Infosys
    IBM
    Cognizant

    etc

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    A4arif A4arif is on a distinguished road
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    Re: What are the chances of getting IT jobs with 70% marks in 12th?

    HI......
    Dear as you said you have very little command on Math so it will be tough for you to get a job .
    Because recruitment process start with written test in which you are asked aptitude question. Aptitude question need some good command on math.
    so have to practice maths more and more.
    you have 70% but this will only make you eligible for the job it will not going to help you to get a job. To get a job first you have to pass the written test.
    As you say you have good communication skill but it will help you in Group Discussion and HR round but not in written test.
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    and as you are demanding job in IT it is related to software development where you need logics which come through maths.
    so it good to have good command on maths if you really want some IT jobs.

    good luck

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    abhishekroy.781991 abhishekroy.781991 is on a distinguished road
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    Re: What are the chances of getting IT jobs with 70% marks in 12th?

    Hey pal,
    Most of the IT sector companies have the class 12 marks criterion as 60%. As you have much more than 60%, so you can certainly get an IT sector job. As you said you have good command over you English, that is one of the many things which should be taken care of these days.

    I would suggest you to study hard from the very beginning so that you don't feel it tough later on.

    Best wishes..

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