I will preface this answer with: I live in America, so my answer may be different than in India.
When I hire a new programmer to work at my company, I glance over their experience, but I generally do not disregard an application based on experience alone. I focus more on what the applicant says they can do and why they would be a good fit for my company. If I believe that the applicant has potential, I will schedule an interview over the phone where I will ask questions that can only be answered if the programmer actually understands what they are doing.
With that said, I think that the experience section of your resume is mainly looked at only in the beginning of the application process and is only used to weed out applicants who have little to no experience.
In short, the answer is yes.
I hope that I was able to help.