Qison Software Private Limited, Hyderabad, has announced that it will work in close tandem with Sri Venkateswara University, Tirupati, to help students get ‘presentable’ during placement drives and interviews.
After consulting with Vice-Chancellor W. Rajendra, Qison vice-president Suresh Perugu, who is himself an old student of SVU College of Engineering (SVUCE), announced that he would put in place a plan to coach MBA students from next year onwards to improve their acceptability in the job market.
Qison had recently approached the university’s MBA department for conducting a recruitment drive for a Fortune 100 multinational company.
While 25 students of the Human Resources and Marketing streams attended, only one HR student made it finally.
“This indicates the presentation problem that is rampant among students hailing from the rural background. Hence, our effort comes as a corrective measure,” he told The Hindu .
SVUCE Alumni Day
As a representative of SVUCE alumni association’s Hyderabad chapter, Mr. Perugu announced that coaching classes would be conducted for eight days on the college premises here in the first week of August, since August 10 is observed as ‘SVUCE Alumni Day’ every year on the campus.
Coaching classes will be conducted for eight days on the college premises in the first week of August