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SUNERA TECHNOLOGIES PVT LTD Walk-In BE/B.Tech freshers 2016 for Software Developerr at Hyderabad / Secunderabad

SUNERA TECHNOLOGIES PVT LTD Walk-in interview for fresher’s on 21 June 2016 for Software Developer at Hyderabad / Secunderabad. BE/B.Tech graduates can apply for the opening. Grab the great job opportunity to kick start your career as a fresher. Before you apply, read the job profile clearly to get to know the eligibility criteria. SUNERA TECHNOLOGIES PVT LTD Walk-In BE/B.Tech freshers 2016 for Software Developerr at Hyderabad / Secunderabad. Candidates who have completed BE/B.Tech can apply for this job from SUNERA TECHNOLOGIES PVT LTD.

Job Details:

Company Name: SUNERA TECHNOLOGIES PVT LTD
Qualification: BE/B.Tech
Job Post Name: Software Developer
Experience: 0 yrs
Job Location: Hyderabad / Secunderabad
Salary: 1,00,000 – 1,75,000 P.A
Total No of Vacancy: NA
Website: http://www.suneratech.com

Selection/Interview process:

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
6. Resume

Walk-In Venue Details:

Walk-In Date :- 21 June 2016
Walk-In Time :- 11 AM -02 PM

Walk-In Address:- unera Technologies, Pvt. Ltd, Block I, 4TH Floor , NSL-Arena Towers, Uppal, Hyderabad-500039.

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