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Microsoft .NET Developer,ASP.NET

Navi Mumbai, MH
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FRESHERS WELCOMEJob Description* Work on large web applications using ASP.NET and C#* Develop code to add new features and resolve bugs* Work with SQL Server databases* Work in a team environment* Ability to unit test web applications* Prepare emails and status update reports* Review and understand functional requirements and system design documentsDesired Candidate Profile* Candidates from Mumbai Only* Candidates must have completed a course in .NET programming.* Fluent in spoken and written English* Good knowledge of ASP.NET, C#, VB.NET * Good knowledge of SQL Server.* Good knowledge of Visual Studio.* Candidate should have strong technical background.* Full Time Graduates (in any discipline) / Post Graduates.* Must possess excellent analytical and logical skills.* Any Graduate with 0-1 years of experience in Application/Client Server Development.* Should have positive attitude and excellent communication skills.Interview at Avista Technology Solutions Pvt Ltd.Interview schedulesDate Either on 14th OR 26th December 2016Time 9.30 AM to 10.00 AMNOTE Please attend only on the above dates and time. DO NOT attend on any other date and time.Venue Avista Technology Solutions Pvt Ltd.603, 6th Floor, New Samadhan Society - 'B' WingNear Zarapkars showroom, opp. Vivekanand classes, behind Saraswat Bank.Senapati Bapat Marg. Dadar (West) (Walking distance from Dadar-West-Station)Mumbai - 400 028
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Application Programming | Client Server | Internet/E-commerce
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