PRLog (Press Release)
- Nov. 4, 2011 -
Lovely Professional University has been regularly striving hard to have its alumni well connected to their alma-mater. Under this, its Division of Students Career Services has started a series of sessions wherein the junior students will be guided by Alumni for the benefit and betterment of the students. Recently an LPU Alumni, Mr Sumeet Singh, Senior Member Technical Staff from ORACLE, Bengaluru delivered an important Guest Lecture to the engineering Students. More than 500 B Tech (CS, IT) students got benefitted by knowing about various phases to enter MNCs. They were guided about Cloud Computing, Technical Skills, Non-Technical Skills, Career in java, Employability & Industry Expectation from the students.
Informing more about the Alumni Association and its works at the University, the Vice-Chancellor of the University, Mr Rameshwar S Kanwar said: "Through these lectures our esteemed Alumni will continue educating and guiding the students on the current job market scenario and also help their placements by motivating and inviting high profiled companies for campus recruitment."
He further said: "In fact,LPU Alumni Association (LPUAA) aims to keep the Alumni connected to the University through events, guest lectures, reunions and networking opportunities. Keeping the Alumni updated and informed about the University news, it helps them to participate in the proceedings of the Association and promotes and fosters mutually beneficial interaction among them and the present students of LPU."
It is illustrative that Mr. Sumeet Singh is of B Tech 2007 Pass out Batch. Feeling proud to be back at the campus as a worthy student of it’s, he said: "I have learnt a lot during my study- period here. And, now I feel much elated to see its regular progress towards international heights and attainments in education scenario. I do feel earnestly that I have an unflinching strong bond with my alma mater and it is ripe time for me to share my progress, knowledge and experiences with the upcoming engineers at the University."
Sharing his Happiness on being a part of world's second largest independent software company, he boldly admitted that "it is only because of my 'alma mater'. Today Oracle is the world's leading supplier of information management software and world's second largest IT Company. It is the gold standard for database technology and applications in enterprises throughout the world."
In fact a large number of well placed Engineers, Entrepreneurs and Executives have visited the Campus to steer well the students. Such Alumni sessions have been designed in a manner that these are interactive for further preparation of Industry Ready students.