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Microsoft Global Technical Centre launches trainee prog

Microsoft Global Technical Support Centre announced its trainee programme for 2006 for fresh engineering graduates.

business Updated: Jan 05, 2006 17:32 IST

Microsoft Global Technical Support Centre announced on Thursday that its trainee programme for 2006 for fresh engineering graduates.

The trainee programme is meant for the graduates to gain product knowledge and build expertise on Microsoft tools and technologies. The programme is part of global Microsoft Academy for College Hires (MACH) programme, the company said in a statement.

"The trainee programme will help new graduates build their skills and expertise while evolving with the industry overall," Microsoft Managing Director Asia Pacific Customer Service and Support organisation Manish Sinha said.

The centre website will accept applications in January from graduates, who have completed their Bachelors in 2005 with a minimum of 70 per cent aggregate in all semesters, it said.

The selected applicants will undergo a mix of classroom training and mentoring at the facility in Bangalore for 11 months and have the option of joining the centre full time as Microsoft Support Engineers after the interview, it added.

First Published: Jan 05, 2006 17:32 IST