A believer of the fact that opportunities when seized at the right moment will help achieve amazing things, Cisco is a multinational technology corporation leading the world in IT solutions. While the company is based in America, it has built a significant presence in the Indian subcontinent over the years and has emerged as an employer to work for. While the parent company was incorporated in 1984, the Indian operations started in the year 1995. The development centre of the organization in the IT hub Bengaluru, is the second largest after its office in the US. Apart from having offices and sales centres, Cisco also has 176 networking academies to train students, creating better innovators for tomorrow. Besides, Cisco has been a market leader in designing, producing and selling of equipment widely used for networking. It is also counted among the top 100 companies in the world to work for as per the Fortune magazine. With many acquisitions being made by the company over the years, there is never a shortage of Cisco jobs and hence they are also a leading employer in the industry. Cisco believes that their competitive edge does not lie in the technology they make but rather in the people who help building it – their employees. This work culture instills in the environment making it the right place to work in.
Minimum age to work at Cisco is 18 years old.
Mon - Sun: 11:59pm - 12:00am
7 locations in India
Full-time, Part-time, Internship, Contract, Temporary
The objective of Cisco is to connect process, people and data – in simple words, anything to do with efficient networking. They are quite the innovators of technology coming up with fresher ideas and technologies making the dreams come true for many. They strive hard to make life meaningful for not just their consumers, but for their employees as well. They offer jobs on a permanent and contractual basis, for freshers and experienced personnel and full time or part time employees. They look out for people who can take smart challenges, endure diverse environments, lead and inspire the team and are committed to their work. Cisco is an employer which provides equal opportunity for everyone who sends in their application to them and does not discriminate the applicants on any basis. Cisco careers offer jobs at entry level, management level – both middle and senior management level for the right candidates. Check below:
Software engineer (I, II, III, IV), Senior software engineer, Network consulting engineer, Interns, Program manager, Engineering manager, Customer support engineer, Manager, Software developer, Software development engineer, Software QA engineer, Network engineer, Technical leader, Senior manager, Engineer, TAC engineer, Hardware engineer, Business Analyst, Product manager, Systems engineer, IT Project manager, IT engineer, Test engineer, Software development manager, Technical writer, Architect and more.
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In an effort to create a positive environment for its employees, Cisco offers a wide range of benefits. As the organization believes that it can overthrow any competition with a loyal workforce, they make sure that their employees are gifted with the right kind of environment to work in. With many different options they are virtually the best employer to look for and their employee benefits package is considered as the best by the employees.
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A general Cisco interview will have around 4 rounds. The first round is the aptitude one, with general questions and questions on programming and electronics, all of them in the MCQ format, with no negative marking. Brush up on your basic concept skills and think before you answer, to crack this level. Upon clearing this round, you will be directed to two technical rounds, which might involve you to write some coding for a given problem or task. Trying to write out the logic and practicing is what is needed to do well. The final round is the HR round where your communication, your plans and goals are what trigger the questions. Keep your resume up to date and know what is in your resume to clear the interviews in flying colors.
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