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@Nivedita Gautam • 19 May, 2014
I m computer science student. I am about to complete my 3rd year. I am supposed to do 45 days summer internship. I want to do it in java from HCL,jaipur. i have an agg. of 76.6% in what is the course fee there? also, I have read on various forums about HCL CDC being a fraud. so is it true? and I have to start my training grom 1 or 2 june as per college guidelines. can I apply now?
@zaveri • 19 May, 2014 If it is asking for a training fee, and asking you to deposit it in a certain bank by cash, then you better beware.

i don' t think you have to pay to be an intern, anywhere.
@Parth Batra • 07 Jul, 2014 HCL CDC Jaipur is a nice training institute situated at Sansar Chandra road, Jaipur. Many institutes fake the name of HCL and degrade its name as HCL is a well known name
@Pankaj Agrawal • 14 Mar, 2016 Hello!
I am Pankaj Agrawal. I'm pursuing in 3rd year from JIET,Jodhpur.
I want to do a company based summer internship from your company.
Please tell me what are the process for apply in this internship.
Please send me the information on my gmail that is "".
I am waiting for your positive response. Thank You.

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