how to prepare test case and test description for job
application(like naukri.com)?






how to prepare test case and test description for job application(like naukri.com)?..

Answer / nirmal john

Actually the question seems to be vague,... see naukri is
one of biggest job site gobally....and it has is own
complexed functionality... normally a Test case is dervied
from a SRS (or) FRS basicaly and test description is always
derived from a Test case.
Test description is nothing but the steps which has to be
followed for the TC what u wrote.
And the TC is nothing which compares the expectation and
the actual(outcome)result

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