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Amritsar, February 23, 2015 (News Team): To help class mates and final year students in establishing themselves in careers after graduation and post graduation in engineering, Alumni of Global Institutes, gave fellow students valuable tips about the job market, the job scenario and its future trends.

This was the First Alumni Meet organized by Institute for its former students. Aditi Goel, a former student working in Tata Consultancy and a university gold medalist, explained about core subjects in IT that should be emphasized for better job prospects besides about resume presentation.

Ankur Gupta with Ranbaxy detailed about best practices during interviews. Damandeep Singh, Associate, Technical Support DELL discussed the present scenario in the IT department in India and abroad.

The former students recaptured their happy and memorable moments of yester years and recalled their days in the Institute. They visited their classrooms, labs and hostels to relive their joyous moments. As many as 150 ex-students attended the meet from world over and shared their career experiences and memories of the institute with fellow students.

Later the ex-students were treated to a day of fun and games besides cultural fare, which included Musical Chairs, Statue Dance and Treasure Hunt. Former students actively participated in cultural events and competitions of solo dance, group Dance, solo singing and group singing. The ex-students joined senior students of the institute in Gidha and Bhagra dance on the beat of the Dhol.

Earlier Dr. B.S. Chandi, Chairman, Global Institutes inaugurated the Alumni Meet and expressed his joy in welcoming ex- students. Along with him the Vice-Chairman Dr. Akashdeep Singh in a welcome address stated, “We stand for values of freedom of thought and expression with responsibility, values of social justice and gender sensitivity.” He urged students for a collective commitment to create an equitable society.

Dr. Arvind Bhardwaj, Director, Global Institute while addressing ex-students said, “A living and aware institution makes an impact on everything it touches. The institute not only frames youngster’s dreams and characters but also follows beyond the campus, over communities with which they engage, locally and around the globe.”

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