Planning a career in the payment industry? Check out Worldline PayTech Pioneer Program

India is a young country and about 40% of its population is comprised of individuals in the age group of 13 to 35. Every year, millions of students enroll in undergraduate engineering programs across the country. In the year 2020 itself, about 9 lakhs individuals enrolled themselves in computer science engineering at an undergraduate level across India. 

To tap some of India’s best Engineering Talent from college campuses across the country, Worldline India, a leader in digital payment services announced the launch of the Paytech Pioneer Programme.

Worldline India plans to induct over 200 Trainee Engineers across its Mumbai, Pune, Bangalore and Chennai offices in the 2023 batch and to increase the headcount to 3000 in three years. 

It plans to induct Paytech Pioneers starting January 2023 as interns and onboard as Worldliner from July 2023.

Jose Raj, Senior Vice President and Head – HR, Worldline India and APAC said,

“We are delighted to launch Paytech Pioneer Programme which is in line with our vision to establish Worldline as a premium global Paytech company. We deeply value, engage and interact with young talents and it is one of the reasons we are recognised as an employer of choice. We believe young talent will bring fresh perspectives to the organisation as we continue to shape new ways of paying, living, and doing business. It’s a great time for a technology professional in the country as India continues to be a hotbed of tech talent. The advantage Worldline offers is we are at the forefront of innovation in paytech. The Worldline family in India is excited to invite talents to join us, develop the next generation of paytech products, and grow with us.”

New joiners will begin their transformational journey from fresh graduates to full-stack developers in a span of 3 years while training on the job for skills sets like Java, Dot Net, C++, Testing, PHP, Python, MYSQL, and Postgres among others. 

In addition, Paytech Pioneers will be working on key tasks such as executing the full software development life cycle, gathering requirements, documenting and proposing solutions, maintaining the code quality, reliability and redundancy, troubleshooting, debugging and enhancing existing systems.

Worldline India will be visiting colleges for pre-placement talks this year. Fresh graduates will be evaluated on the basis of three rounds of selection process viz. Online Test, Aptitude & Logical Evaluation, Technical Managerial Aptitude & Skills. Candidates having BE/B Tech – CS/IT with 7 & above CGPA till final semester 70% & above in 10th & 12th will be considered for the qualifying rounds.

“After finishing my B.Tech. in November 2021, my goal was to work in a large company with a good work environment. I get to learn new things every day at Worldline – it is a great place to work!”
Ayushi Tiwari

"We have received domain-specific skills training on Java stack, NET stack, Python - AngularJS-VueJS, Oracle & Android app development. The knowledge I gained will help me achieve success on the projects in the future."
Rishikesh Bharambe

“It has been exciting to learn new things – I especially enjoyed working in a real-time environment and brushing up on my knowledge. Our training programmes were designed and scheduled into two phases – general and domain-specific. Working at Worldline has been a very good experience for me.”
Gopal Bhalerao

"As part of my domain training, I was assigned android app development. I and my team were mentored by a professional with over a decade and a half of work experience and expertise in mobile applications. That was great as we got hands-on knowledge of the latest things in PayTech."
Shubham Dhanawate

“It's been a great experience over the past few months. It’s a great place to work, and I’ve learnt many technologies not only theoretically but also practically. The company believes in investing and in training, which is very important for freshers. Joining Worldline as a fresher was the best decision I could take.”
Netranjali Bhosle

“With the ongoing FinTech disruptions, digital payments have gained momentum over the recent years. Online businesses and ecommerce platforms are upscaling, and digital payments have become the epicenter of transformation in the financial sector. I am glad that I am working in an organisation that works at the epicenter of this development.”
Swapnil Jitekar

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