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Google Off Campus Drive 2021, Apply, Shortlisting Tips

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Google Off Campus Drive 2021 – Off-Campus Jobs, Walk-In Drive, Recruitment, Careers, Eligibility, Salary, Skills, Selection Process: Google Off Campus IT company is going to recruit candidates for graduates through off-campus. The candidates who are completed in BE / B.Tech, ME / M.Tech, MCA, Any Degree Branches Eligible to apply. Here you can check Google Off Campus address, date of interview, eligibility details, interview syllabus, selection process, apply link, application procedure details are given below.

Overview

A problem isn’t truly solved until it’s solved for all. Googlers build products that help create opportunities for everyone, whether down the street or across the globe. Bring your insight, imagination, and a healthy disregard for the impossible. Bring everything that makes you unique. Together, we can build for everyone. Check out our career opportunities at careers.google.com.

Website: www.google.com
Industry: Internet
Company size: 229,380 on LinkedIn 
Subsidiaries: CapitalG, Adometry (acquired by Google), YouTube, and 1 more.
Headquarters: Mountain View, CA
Type: Public
Specialties: search, ads, mobile, android, online video, apps, machine learning, virtual reality, cloud, hardware, artificial intelligence, youtube, and software

Experience: 0 – 2 Years

Salary : As Per Company Standards

Eligibility Criteria For Google Jobs 2021 :

  • Educational Qualification: BE/B.Tech/ME/M.Tech – CSE,IT,ECE
  • 60% or 6.5 GPA and above throughout without any running backlogs
  • 2018/2019/2020 graduates

Job Description for Google Jobs 2021 :

Google’s software engineers develop the next-generation technologies that change how billions of users connect, explore, and interact with information and one another. Our products need to handle information at massive scale, and extend well beyond web search. We’re looking for engineers who bring fresh ideas from all areas, including information retrieval, distributed computing, large-scale system design, networking and data storage, security, artificial intelligence, natural language processing, UI design and mobile; the list goes on and is growing every day. As a software engineer, you will work on a specific project critical to Google’s needs with opportunities to switch teams and projects as you and our fast-paced business grow and evolve. We need our engineers to be versatile, display leadership qualities and be enthusiastic to take on new problems across the full-stack as we continue to push technology forward.

Responsibilities :

  • Research, conceive and develop software applications to extend and improve on Google’s product offering.
  • Contribute to a wide variety of projects utilizing natural language processing, artificial intelligence, data compression, machine learning and search technologies.
  • Collaborate on scalability issues involving access to massive amounts of data and information.
  • Solve challenges/problems that you are presented with.

Skills Required For Google Jobs 2021 :

  • Experience working with Unix/Linux, Windows or Mac environments, distributed systems, machine learning, information retrieval and TCP/IP.
  • Experience programming in C, C++, Java or Python.

Documents to be Carried for Google Jobs 2021 :

  • You should carry a copy of the Latest Resume.
  • Aadhar Card (original and photocopy) with three passport size photographs are a must.
  • You need to carry any Government Certified ID Proof like the PAN, Voter ID, Passport.
  • Students should have all the essential educational certificates along with the xerox copies.

Shortlisting tips:

Students generally asks “What should be on my resume so that I will get shortlisted for Google, Amazon or a direct interview off campus?” So we will try to cover that as well. Applying thoughtfully to a job will increase your chances of getting shortlisted.

Note: Answer by Gayle Laakmann McDowell, former Google software engineer and author of Cracking the Tech Career, Cracking the PM Interview & Cracking the Coding Interview, on Quora

Getting the Right Experience

If you come from a good school / work for a well respected company, that’ll help you a ton. But anyone can boost their resume with some projects.

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  • Build some iPhone apps, web apps, whatever! Honestly, it doesn’t matter that much what you’re building as long as you’re building something. Good languages include Java, Python, Ruby on Rails, C++, etc. I would encourage you to say away from. NET. Not because .NET isn’t a perfectly good tool, but there’s a stigma.
  • Doing these projects is especially important if you’re, say, a programmer for CitiBank. You don’t have the right “pedigree.” But projects will help you a ton.
  • You can build a fairly meaty project in one weekend. This means that with about 3 – 4 weekends of work, you can make your resume go from so-so to fantastic. Seriously — I’ve seen lots of people do this.
  • Participate in hackathons.
  • Build a website/portfolio. Show your experience.
Building a Great Resume
  • One page only. When you go onto two pages, you add weaker content to your resume, by definition. And when your resume is only read for about 15 seconds, it’s the average content that matters, not the “total amount of content.”
  • Use a real resume format. Don’t create your own — it tends to waste space and look sloppy. I have a template that I like up at www.careercup.com/resume.
  • List your projects, hackathons, etc. Don’t worry about whether or not something is “resume appropriate.” Does it make you look more impressive? Then include it.
  • Keep your bullets short – 1 to 2 lines each. Bullets that are 3 or more lines look like paragraphs and won’t be read.
  • Focus on accomplishments, not responsibilities. The first line of each bullet should be a word like built, created, implemented, designed, architected, optimized, etc.
  • Quantify your accomplishments. Did you optimize something? Okay, then tell me by how much.
  • No summaries. They don’t tell me anything other than what position you’re applying for and I already know that.
Submitting Your Resume

Too many people stop with just one avenue. They apply once, and then figure that’s enough. Try all available avenues.

  • If you’re active on Github, Stack Overflow, etc, there’s a chance a recruiter will come to you. But there’s no reason to wait for that.
  • Apply online. It’s tough, but people do get their resume selected that way.
  • Ask around your friends. Does any work at Google? Or know someone who does? It’s a huge help if someone will refer you.
  • Try reaching out to Google engineers on Twitter, Quora, or other social media. Remember that your first contact with them is, effectively, a cover letter. Don’t just say “Hi, I’m interested in Google, will you refer me?” Reach out to them and tell them about some of the things you’ve done, and then link them to your resume.
  • Double click on the below link to apply!

Apply here

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