Is TCS The New Government Job?


Have you ever been to a government office? As much as anyone would like to say that things are perfectly fine in India when it comes to people who have government jobs, we all know the reality.

Enough people with no skills and job tenures are present, and that makes getting things done a tedious task. 

Now, a shocking post has been shared on Twitter which is comparing TCS – Tata Consultancy Services – with government offices. The user who posted the screenshot wrote, “TCS is the new Government Job,” as the caption.

The post says, “I currently work at TCS, I would be a better person to answer this.”

It is unclear what question he is referring to who goes by the virtual name ‘IT Guy’. The first point he writes is that “You will never lose your job unless you breach Tata code of Conduct. 

Besides the fact that you will get paid on time, the other points he mentions are:

Your manager will not judge you based on work/skills.

You will have a lot of free time to spend on other things.

Unlimited lunch and chai breaks.

Nobody cares what you do unless you break the rules.

Please read the entire set of answers here:


However, users disagreed and wrote the following comments:

“Have worked in TCS. Gross generalisation. Yes it’s more laidback compared to others, par all of it depends on your bosses/managers. There is burnout in TCS too.”

“This is very untrue. We work our asses off to live upto the standards. Things mentioned above are rare in some support projects but vast majority of our workforce is hard working, that’s how we’ve managed to be the number one in all metrics among Indian Tech companies.”

“Unless you actually know someone who’s worked in the IT space for a long time or have worked there, you know that this type of assessment of TCS is completely inaccurate. TCS just like every other IT company has many projects with many clients and many type of managers.”


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