Published: 28th July 2017
TCS announces the winners of the quality engineering competition, TESTimony
More than 1,08,000 students from over 1000 universities and colleges across India competed in the fifth edition of the contest
Tata Consultancy Services, a leading IT services, consulting and business solutions organization, announced on Friday that more than 1,08,000 students from over 1000 universities and colleges across India competed in the fifth edition of TCS Quality Engineering Contest, TESTimony. 15 finalists contested for the top three spots at the TESTimony 2017 grand finale held on July 26 & 27 at TCS Siruseri.
The first place was won by Gautham A from Sri. Manakula Vinayagar Engineering College, Puducherry. Shaurya Mehta from JMIT, Radaur walked away as the first runner-up, Rahul Agarwal from SRMS College of Engineering and Technology, Bareilly bagged the second runner-up position while Kunal Aggarwal of Deenbandhu Chhotu Ram University of Science & Technology, Murthal bagged a special prize for the most liked presentation by the audience. The finalists had to crack a case study and showcase their prowess in Selenium, JMeter and Appium testing tools.
The winners were awarded cash prizes worth INR 2,50,000 along with provisional job offers to begin their careers in Quality Engineering. Professor Dr. T.V. Geetha, Dean, College of Engineering Guindy, Anna University was the Chief Guest and distributed prizes to the winners. Jayashree Natarajan, Global Head, Quality Enginering & Transformation, TCS, said, “Our investments continue to bear fruit as indicated by the growing number of students participating in the contest and subsequently pursuing a career in Quality Engineering.”