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TCS,Pune or T-Systems,Pune

 
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Which is better as far as .net projects are concerned?


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Originally posted by Shrinivas Mujumdar:
Which is better as far as .net projects are concerned?


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Shriniwas,

Well it depends upon you first of all.

Your priority Factors:

1. Money

2. Technical Growth.


I agree here that TCS is not going to pay a lot. But if get TCS COE (Center of Excellence) Pune Center. Then you will be higher side in terms of Technical growth.

So that's why First let me know about your Work Expereince. Then only we can suggest you.
 
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2 Yeras of .NET Exp.
 
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Originally posted by Ankur Sharma:


Shriniwas,

Well it depends upon you first of all.

Your priority Factors:

1. Money

2. Technical Growth.



A nice mix of both should be good enough for majority people I think.
 
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if this is TCS pune, you wont be getting any onsite chances and the pay will also be much lesser as compared to t-systems.
 
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Originally posted by Rajesh K Singh:
if this is TCS pune, you wont be getting any onsite chances and the pay will also be much lesser as compared to t-systems.



I partially agreed with Rajesh.

In TCS Pune you won't get so much onsite chances. But I want to correct Rajesh, that it's TCS COE(Center Of Excellence) Pune.only. Else otherwise in all other TCS Pune's office you may get Onsite but that's depends upon the project you get allocated.

I hope it makes clear you.
 
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There is not much difference in salary..In TCS its 4.5 & In T-Systems getting around 4.8.

In TCS there is a Project which is related to Embedded Systems..Whereas there is a cjance to work on ASP.NET in T-Systems.

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Originally posted by Shrinivas Mujumdar:
There is not much difference in salary..In TCS its 4.5 & In T-Systems getting around 4.8.

In TCS there is a Project which is related to Embedded Systems..Whereas there is a cjance to work on ASP.NET in T-Systems.

Shriniwas



Dear Shriniwas,

Then I would suggest you to go ahead with TCS.
 
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Thanks Ankur.

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Hi Srinivas,
I suggest you to go to TCS .
Tsys has not got much .net work .
 
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Originally posted by Shrinivas Mujumdar:
Thanks Ankur.

Shriniwas



@Shriniwas: Please Check your PM
 
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