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PostPosted: Sun Sep 06, 2015 9:48 am    Post subject: TCS urgent openings for COBOL Dev
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Urgent opening in TCS Bangalore for one of the largest Bank in US.

Exp details:
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COBOL - Min 4+ yrs of development exp
CICS - Min 3+ yrs of development exp
DB2 - Min 4+ yrs of development exp


NOTE: Plz send me your resume in .DOC format and send your PAN card no and DOB with it. Without PAN card details it won't be possible to push for interview.

mail id - subratamailbox79@gmail.com
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