Registration for Pool Campus Drive for ABS India Pvt. Ltd.
You all are invited for pool campus drive of ABS India Pvt. Ltd.
Company Profile :
ABS India, an ISO 9001: 2008 certified organization is a key solution provider in the area of IP & Convergence. A Premium Business partner of Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise. As a technology integrator, ABS India design, deploy, implement, and maintain some of the most complex next-generation communication networks that enable enterprises to experience communication, information & technology. Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise is a world leader in communications and networking solutions for businesses of all sizes, serving more than 500,000 customers worldwide. Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise solutions are designed and developed to help enterprise organizations make the shift from proprietary technologies to industry standards, such as IP and SIP, and shift to cloud-based architectures, while enhancing the user experience and lowering the total cost of ownership.
ABS India offers end-2-end converged solutions by integrating some of the world's leading technologies in the domain of voice, data and video, with the footprint of services across Indian sub continent including Maldives, Nepal, & Bhutan.
Headquartered in Bangalore, ABS India has a wide presence across the country, with sales and support offices at prime
Recruitment Drive date : 18th Sept. 2018
Time : 10:00 am
Eligibility : B.Tech ECE or Diploma ECE (Backlogs allowed)
Batch : 2019, 2018, 2017 Batch Pass out
Work Location : Delhi NCR
Job Description (Click) :
Venue : Ganga Technical Campus, Vill. Soldha, Bahadurgarh- Badli Road , Bahadurgarh-124507
For further info: Contact Mr .Yogesh 8684000920
College Name & City
Polytechnic Diploma ECE
Pass out Year
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