Why Non-tech, Non-management Undergraduates should take the CCQT Seriously


Leading companies in India are on the lookout for the best and brightest of college students for employment. Campus placements are on the rise, with major MNCs taking the effort to source fresh talent from college campuses itself. However, there is an unfair bias in terms of placement opportunities, with the best packages being offered those who have a professional degree in either tech or management.

Where does that leave non-tech, non-management undergraduates?

As a non-tech, non-management college student, with your whole life ahead of you, how do you align your personal interests with the right career? How do you come in contact with the top employers in your chosen field? How do you distinguish yourself and grab the attention of top employers? How do you carve a niche for yourself and announce that you are just the right fit for them?

You do that by taking charge of your future and making the most of existing opportunities.

Take CCQT seriously
The future can seem bleak and scary for a regular undergraduate student, who has not studied management, or finance, or economics, or tech, or a field of study that sees maximum placement offers. TCS iON’s CCQT (Common Corporate Qualifier Test) pre-qualifies you for corporate hiring, thereby giving you the best shot at being recruited by top companies. More than 130 corporates, including Taj, Kotak Mahindra Bank, Bajaj, RBL Bank, ICICI Lombard, Asian Paints, Bridgestone, Kirloskar, Eureka Forbes, TATA AIG, and Go Air, among others have already started using the CCQT as a selection criterion for their hiring process.

Don’t get left behind.

After all, the earlier you start working with a top company, easier it will be for you to climb the corporate ladder.

Take charge of your future today with Career Launcher’s online coaching program for TCS iON CCQT — the only certified CCQT training provider.

Manngailun Zou
Marketing Executive, Career Launcher