In fact the move from Wipro comes after a delay in the onboarding of 2022 batch graduates. The company has asked for a reply to the e-mail by February 20.
The email read “Like others in our industry, we continue to evaluate the global economy and customer needs, which are part of our hiring plans. We appreciate your commitment and patience.
It is said that currently, we have some project engineer vacancies Those posts will be recruited with an annual income of Rs 3.5 lakh We would like to give all our graduates of the batch of 2023 an opportunity to opt for these positions.”
The e-mail added, “If you choose to accept this offer, all previous offers will be void. We encourage you to take up this opportunity as it is a limited time offer.” It is also learned that if a candidate decides not to accept the lower salary offer, he can retain the original offer.
Wipro Limited is an Indian multinational corporation providing information technology, consulting and business process services. Thierry Delaporte has been the CEO and Managing Director of Wipro since July 2020. Wipro offers cloud computing, cyber security, digital transformation, artificial intelligence, robotics, data analytics and other technology consulting services to customers in 167 countries.
The company was founded on 29 December 1945 in Amalnar, India by Mohammad Premji as Western India Vegetable Products Limited. It primarily operated as a manufacturer of vegetable and refined oils. During the 1970s and 1980s, the company shifted its focus to new opportunities in the IT and computing industry, which was at a nascent stage in India at that time.