Hcl offers jobs for female engineers and designers who want to come back after a career break; Here’s how to apply

Tech giant Hindustan Computers Limited (HCL) has set up a comeback program for women who have interrupted their career for whatever reason but now want to start working.

Based in Noida, the company offered positions in the areas of digital applications, data engineering and design thinking. Women interested in business technologies have been invited to apply.

The company also offered to offer flexible working hours to selected candidates. In addition, recruits would benefit from “special training in the latest technologies” and career development programs.


  • Basic knowledge of the fundamentals and at least two years of experience using programming languages
  • Strong logical and analytical skills.
  • Good communication skills and excellent professional skills.
  • Willingness to cross-skill and upskill in any digital technology
  • Graduates of any comparable field, including information technology, can apply.
  • How to register

  • Upload an updated CV when applying.
  • Read company policies before applying for a job.
  • Benefits for returnees

  • Inclusive infrastructure and culture.
  • Refresh existing skills and learn new ones.
  • Career development programs.
  • A structured return to work.
  • In an official statement highlighting HCL’s “extremely supportive” culture, Shaily Rampal, Director of Human Resources, said, “As someone who took two maternity leaves during her tenure at HCL, I can say with great gratitude and pride that the culture at HCL is extremely supportive of moms returning after maternity leaves or career breaks.”

    Meanwhile, the company said the selection process will be announced soon on the official website. He added that candidates who have never taken a professional sabbatical can also apply. However, they must specify this when registering.

    (Edited by : Sudarsanan Mani)

    First post: STI


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