Pune: While reports suggest that there has been a dip in campus placements for engineering students, the FSAI Job Fair at Bharati Vidyapeeth’s College of Engineering at Lavale, Pune has got a good response with 81 companies participating on 16th and 17th June 2017. About 7643 students registered for the job fair . A Screen test was conducted and shortlisted candidates would now be interviewed . This information was given by
Prof. Dr. S. M. Shendokar Principal Bharati Vidyapeeth’s College of Engineering at Lavale and Chairman National Academics FSAI , Pankaj Dharkar National President Fire and Security Association of India ( FSAI ) , Hrishikesh Kulkarni President FSAI Pune Chapter, Virendra Borade Secretary FSAI Pune Chapter .
Dr. S. M. Shendokar Principal Bharati Vidyapeeth’s College of Engineering at Lavale said that today there has been dearth of Opportunities for Fresh graduates in general and engineering graduates in particular. This has been the case for last five six years, as Campus placements at Engineering Colleges has taken Nose Dive. To add agony, the changing scenario in United States has created anxiety even among experienced engineering fraternity. This is picture for those engineering graduates who aspire for placements with Multi-National Companies. But while one of the placement officers was connecting with an SME in Pirangut Area , we found that the real potential is in the Small and Medium sized core engineering companies who are also offering decent pay packages from Rs. 1.5 Lakhs PA to 3.5 Lakhs PA . We recognized that there could be a lot of companies in MIDC areas near Pune including Hinjewadi, Bhosari, Hingane and Parvati which could be tapped. Initially we thought we might get a response from 10-15 companies but a whopping 81 companies participated. Also the humongous response of the students is owing to the generosity of Dr. Vishwajeet Kadam, Secretary, Bharati Vidyapeeth who consented to provide complete financial support for this FSAI Job Fair and hence it was made completely free for Students who registered as well as Companies who are participating.
Pankaj Dharkar National President Fire and Security Association of India ( FSAI ) FSAI has more than 500 Corporate members and 20 Chapters across India with about 3000 Student members.Bharati Vidyapeeth COE, Lavale, Pune has Students Association for Fire and Security awareness, which is led by Fire and Security Association of India (FSAI). They closely with Local and National Team of FSAI for spreading awareness related Fire and Safety education among engineering colleges over the period of last 18 Months. He said that there are a lot of opportunities for core engineering students to skill themselves in Fire and Security sector .
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