B.E/B.Tech/ME/MCA Fresher’s required for the position Associate Software Engineer in ACI at Bangalore. Interested and eligible candidates who have strong skill sets on desired profile can apply online for the requirement with the link given below. Find the job description, eligibility criteria, exact venue and interview details for more information. ACI Hiring B.E/B.Tech/ME/MCA freshers 2016 for Associate Software Engineer at Bangalore. Candidates who have completed B.E/B.Tech/ME/MCA can apply for this job from ACI.
Company Name: ACI
Job Post Name: Associate Software Engineer
Job Location: Bangalore
Total No of Vacancy: NA
Design, develop, test and deliver high quality software/solutions with limited direction from the project lead and/or manager. Provide direct estimates, such as time, percentage of project completion, etc. to lead and/or manager
Takes responsibility for the final outcome/results of the deliverable,
Create and review product/project deliverables according to the defined PDM (Product Development Methodology) i.e., high-level estimates, low-level estimates, impact assessments, external & internal specifications, manuals, education material, etc.
Create and review unit, component integration, system and performance test plans and scripts, execute tests, analyze the results and provide Drop Acceptance Test Report
Participate in design reviews and code reviews/inspections.
Candidate should possess Bachelor’s degree in computer science or related field or equivalent experience.
Specific knowledge of software development technology and methodology.
Candidate should be proficient in Java and should have a basic knowledge of C++ and .Net
Basic knowledge of C++ and .Net
1. Aptitude Test
2. Technical and HR Interview
Document Required (Original and Photocopies):
1. SSC Marksheet
2. HSC/Diploma Marksheet
3. Graduation & Post Graduation all yearsí mark sheets
4. Photo ID proof (Pan Card/ Passport / Driving License / College ID)
5. 2 photographs
ACI was founded in Omaha, Nebraska, US in 1975 to develop software for communications applications making use of the new NonStop computers from the then Tandem organisation. Many of the early projects involved building systems to handle ATMs, front ending the bank core banking systems, which led to the launch of the first product, BASE24, in 1982.
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