Pune: Internship and Placement Week at D Y Patil University, Ambi

Pune: D Y Patil University, Ambi, Pune has successfully organized the Internship and Placement Week across various sectors for programs including CS IT, MCA, MBA, Engineering, Hotel Management and Pharmacy from 26th Feb 2024 to 6th Mar 2024. The drive was planned and executed under the leadership and guidance of Dr. Sayalee Gankar, Vice Chancellor , Prof (Col. ) Sunil Bhosale, Director Strategy, Dr. Pranav Ranjan, Dr. Anup Shivnechari, Dr Das, Prof. Mahesh Khude, Prof. Hemanshu Ahire, Prof. Praveen Rathod, and Prof. Sofiya Mujawar, with the student leaders and student council of the university.

More than twenty companies collaborated with D Y Patil University, Pune Ambi Campus for the drives, offering opportunities in Information Technology, Mechanical Engineering, Sales & Marketing, Data Science , Data Analytics, Content Writing, Research , Hotel Management, Digital Marketing and other .While this Drive Week was exclusively for DYPU students, another initiative has been undertaken to target an upcoming Mega Drive Event in scheduled soon. Over 200 students were shortlisted during this period, resulting in an exemplary and successful outcome reflecting the concerted efforts made.

Prior to the Placement Week students were groomed with practice sessions in Mock Interviews, Group Discussions, Interpersonal Skills, Communication Skills, Personal Grooming, and Behavioral sessions along with the academic preparation conducted to prepare candidates for interviews for the selection process.

The unique selling proposition (USP) of this Placement Drive Week was the “Professional and Confidence Building Module,” impeccably designed and executed to prepare students for their respective industries. D Y Patil University is committed to conducting such drives regularly for the all-round development and progress of its aspirants. Professional behavioural trainers and companies were involved along with internal faculty to conduct these sessions for the development of students.

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