The Tata Consultancy Services National Qualifier Test (NQT) exam is one of the most widely attempted exams today in the software industry. The exam helps assess a candidate’s ability in various fields. The evaluation is done on a comparative basis between the peers of the candidates to select the top candidates for the organization. TCS has various roles and profiles for which it selects candidates via this exam and provides them a job offer accordingly. There is a defined TCS NQT syllabus and TCS NQT eligibility criteria that candidates need to follow closely. You need to make sure you have all the proper documentations supporting your educational background and qualifications. You must also meet the educational gap, work experience, and age requirements to apply for the TCS NQT exam. Let’s learn the complete TCS NQT eligibility criteria in details. With strategic preparation, exhaustive practice, and a planned methodical approach, I believe you can definitely achieve high marks in the TCS NQT exam.
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NQT Registration Date
The TCS NQT 2022 Registration Last Date for the October exam is 24th Sep 2022.
TCS NQT Exam Date
The TCS NQT Exam Date 2022 is 9th Oct 2022 onwards. TCS NQT Results will be declared shortly after the exam.
TCS NQT Results
The TCS NQT Results are declared within 1 week of the TCS NQT Exam in the TCS official site.
Arts, Commerce, Science
The TCS BPS profile is for Arts, Commerce, and Science candidates.
The TCS profile is for candidates who are ready to support the IT infrastructure services operations.
The TCS contact email is firstname.lastname@example.org. The TCS contact phone number is 18002093111.
The TCS NQT exam has eligibility requirements. The TCS NQT Eligibility Checker Tool below will help you find if you can apply for the TCS NQT Exam.
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TCS NQT Eligibility
You can definitely appear in the TCS NQT if you meet the eligibility criteria defined. You should have 60% or 6 CGPA and higher in each of Class X, Class XII, Diploma (if applicable), Graduation, and Post-Graduation (if applicable). The eligible academic degrees include B.Tech., B.E., M.Tech., M.E., M.C.A., M.Sc., M.S. in any specialization offered by recognized universities and colleges. TCS also defines that you should not have more than 1 pending or active backlog, arrear, or ATKT at the time of appearing for the TCS NQT exam. Further, if you are selected, then you must clear any pending backlog, arrear, and ATKT within the course duration of your university. There are also rules regarding gaps in education. Make sure you have supporting documents for this if applicable for you. Your overall academic gap should not exceed 24 months until your highest qualification. TCS also says that your educational degrees should be full-time courses and not correspondence or part-time courses. However if you have completed your Secondary or Senior Secondary course from National Institute of Open Schooling (NIOS) then you are eligible to apply if the graduation and post-graduation (if applicable) were done full-time. If you have work experience, you need to make sure that your work experience do not exceed 2 years. Your age should be between 18 and 28 years to be eligible for TCS NQT.
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