Let us start with Bangalore. Bangalore is the major IT hub when it comes for job openings in India. You should first make a list of all the IT companies that are hiring freshers in bulk. This would reduce the company list and make you consider the companies who would prefer hiring you.
Infosys is one of the top IT Companies that recruit’s fresher’s in huge number. The Infosys campus in Bangalore has approximately 21,000 employees with most of them being fresher recruitments. TCS being the biggest software company in India, is the next option to be considered. The job openings for freshers are huge in this company. The company believes in providing training to the freshers and then promoting them for their personal as well as company’s growth. Wipro has a huge IT sector as well and it employs over 1 lakh people. The highest percentage of employees is of freshers. Another set of chief IT companies that would provide jobs are IBM, Cognizant, Accenture and many others.
Hyderabad city is another IT hub of the country. Well-known companies like Yahoo and Microsoft have their offices in the city. If you are looking forward to join leading international IT firms in India, you can apply for various fresher job openings in Hyderabad. You would find offices of TCS and Infosys as well in Hyderabad.
However as a fresher you need to stay updated with the last minute job fairs that are conducted in these metro cities. As a fresher, you should also keep track of the job openings that are uploaded on various job portals from time to time. At times the Wednesday ascent (Times of India) would also tell you about the job openings in the city. You can also get yourself registered with the job agencies that would provide you updates and alerts regarding various job openings all around the country.
As a fresher you may also have to give certain aptitude tests while attending an interview. You can get such type of questions online. You can download and practice them. These exams may sound tough but actually they help to develop your logical thinking and analytical skills. The technical training is provided by the company, but at the time of interview, they judge you through your clarity of technical concepts and level of understanding.