Does TCS hire for back-end Engg jobs as freshers?

TCS is one of the biggest recruiters in India and employs many new engineering graduates for various roles. A backend web developer is a software engineer who deals in programming and writes all necessary codes for the core logic of the website. The programmer grabs data from the database and molds that data appropriately, which is used and displayed to the user through the front end. Skills required for this role are JSON, NodeJS, Express JS, Cloud.

The backend developer specializes in the design, implementation, functional logic, and performance of a system that runs on a machine that is remote from the end-user. The back end of a website is made up of a server, application, and database and a back-end developer helps to build and maintain these components. By doing this they are enabling the user-facing side of a website to exist. Their development skills are Java, C++, Ruby, Python, Scala, and Go. TCS hires for the backend roles as well but the interviews are tough to crack and also depend on the type of project available.

• A backend engineer is in charge of the server-side of online applications, including their design, development, and maintenance.
• In other words, the major task of a backend engineer is to create the structure of a software program.
• They lay the groundwork for the software team to accomplish the major objectives.
• This means that a backend engineer’s primary responsibility in a software development team is to build business logic, server scripts, and APIs that will be used by other developers and team members later.
• TCS hires back-end engineers as associates which might mean that the ambit of the roles and responsibilities that they have to fulfill are limited. They shall be working under someone in order to learn from their experiences.
• The provision of a training period is helpful wherein the trainees learn about the organization, based on which they judge their current knowledge and whether there is a requirement for upskilling.