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Old 9th August 2020, 12:12 PM
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Hi All
I am from India and currently planning to go for the SMC program if it works.
I have below question about IQA:

I have a BSc Computer Science and Master of Computer Applications from India.
Do i need to do separate IQA for both?
Do i need to do Skill Shortage List Assessment Add-On for both?

Note: BSc. in a STEM subject (like computer science) is a underpinning qualification for doing MCA in India.

Also have this question about work experience:
In some posts i saw that work experience in India wont be counted. But also it says that experience countries which are not part of the 'comparable labor markets' will be considered if ' if it was undertaken for a multinational commercial entity'

How do the see if the company is multinational? I believe there must be some guideline? I saw in one post that a guys experience in Wipro and Tech Mahindra were not considered. I think at least Wipro is considered a multinational company?

Part of my experience is in Infosys(8 years) in India. I also have 6 years of US experience and 2 years in a Singapore-headquartered company in India. I am thinking 6+2 i years experience can be claimed?

Thanks & Regards

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