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Joined: 26 Sep 2005
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Location: Kolkata, WB, India

PostPosted: Mon Aug 09, 2010 6:15 pm    Post subject: PL/1 Developers / Production support for a CMM level 5 co
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Total Years of experience: 2 years - 7 years (Developers & Sr. Developers)

Exp in PL/1: 6 months only (should have exp. in development or production support)

Exp in DB2: 6 months

Qualification: BE/BTech/MCA/MSc (IT or CS)/BCA/BSc.(IT or CS)

Joining Location: Bangalore

apply to hr(at)cosineconsulting(dot)com with subject as "PL/1 application - 092003"
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