Your first step is to review this portal to get a feel for who we are, the type of work we do, our working environment, our people and who we employ. We will also contact your campus careers services office whenever we will be visiting your college. They will have a listing of recruiting events on your campus that Accenture will be attending.
We look for entry-level recruits for the designation of Associate Software Engineers (ASE).
Candidates should be final year graduates from B.E/B.Tech/M.C.A with an aggregate of 60 percent in all semesters without any standing backlogs at the time of recruitment.
Applicants are directly recruited from select engineering campuses across the country.
The selection rounds include an aptitude test, a group discussion (applicable only for Off Campus Recruitment Events), a Technical Interview and a final HR interview. If selected, you will receive an offer.
There is also a pre-placement talk on campus by the Accenture Human Resource team. This is followed by an interactive question-answer session.
Important notice about careers at Accenture
Accenture's criterion for hiring candidates is meritocracy. Any agency, company or individual making an offer for employment with Accenture in exchange for money is misrepresenting their relationship with Accenture, which has not authorized any such action. Accenture reserves the right to initiate prosecution against any individual or entity that is found to be engaging in such an act.
Accenture is not obliged or bound to honor any job assurances made through such means, particularly in exchange for money. Accenture has appointed professional recruitment agencies, who have been authorized to extend / offer candidatures to Accenture, subject to them meeting the relevant skill sets.
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