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Poornima Group of Colleges: 2100 students benefit from pre-placement talks

As the class of 2024 gets ready for their professional journeys, the group is committed to their career growth: PGC officials.

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September 29, 2023, 1:02 am

Poornima Group Industry Interection pre placement talks

Students of Poornima Group of Colleges participating in pre-placement talks and industry interactions.

JAIPUR: As many as 2100 students of Poornima Group of Colleges (PGC) have benefited from pre-placement talks led by many top companies including Celebal Technologies, InTime Tec, Persistent Systems, SAP Labs, Mastek, and Flipshope, PGC officials said adding that as the class of 2024 gets ready for their professional journeys, the group is committed to their career growth.

In these sessions, students gained insights from industry leaders. Sharthak Acharjee, a Senior Manager at Celebal Technologies, spoke about the importance of logical thinking and problem-solving. He said recruiters look for these skills during hiring.

Tarun Khandelwal, the Director of Engineering at InTime Tec, told students to stay updated with new industry trends. He asked them to learn new tools and technologies and stressed the need for adaptability.

Bharat Dhaneshwari, the Talent Acquisition Manager at Mastek, spoke about showing eagerness in interviews. He advised students to show their excitement to join and learn and grow within their roles in the company.

Rahul Singhi, Director of Poornima Group of Colleges, said they focus on innovation and excellence. 

“The college has a dynamic curriculum that matches industry needs. This gives students a complete education for success. They get a mix of good coursework, practical training, and exposure to new technologies,” Singhi said. 

Dipti Lodha, Director of Corporate & Alumni Relations at PGC, said that Poornima Group is known for its high placement rates. 

They expect a great placement record for the 2024 graduates. The college’s tradition of excellence is evident as these students begin their careers.

First published: September 29, 2023