BIT Sindri

BIT Sindri techies get an insight into career, growth and life from Wipro HR

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Our Correspondent
Posted on 22 Jan 2022
12:14 PM
About 100 students from different branches and batches of the college attended the webinar.

About 100 students from different branches and batches of the college attended the webinar. Source: Facebook

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Summary
The institute organised a webinar which focused on how the emphasis of companies has shifted away from a narrow definition of expertise to a broader understanding of trans-disciplinary knowledge
The webinar was attended by Anurag Kirti, the campus recruiter and HR at Wipro Limited, a multinational strategy, consulting and technology company

The training and placement cell of Birsa Institute of Technology (BIT) Sindri in Jharkhand’s Dhanbad organised a webinar that focused on recruitment, orientation, engagement and challenges in private companies.

Titled ‘Wipro Engagement/Orientation Session’, the webinar was attended by Anurag Kirti, the campus recruiter and HR at Wipro Limited, a multinational strategy, consulting and technology company headquartered in Bangalore.

According to information shared by the training and placement cell of BIT Sindri, the main focus of the webinar was to enlighten students on how the emphasis of the companies has shifted away from a narrow definition of expertise and toward a much broader understanding of trans-disciplinary knowledge.

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About 100 students from different branches and batches of the college attended the webinar. The session started with greetings for the new year to all the attendees and a welcome address by the training and placement officer of BIT Sindri, Ghanshyam Rai.

Kirti, in his keynote address, emphasised on the value of information and how one might acquire it through many sources available across different platforms.

He not only explained how to stay motivated in this fast-paced world but also stressed the importance of maintaining a work-life balance especially amid the restrictions caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.

The HR official from Wipro shared ways to avoid being stiff as “rigidity causes algae to form even in pure water held in a container, whereas a river that runs continuously stays fresh forever”.

Kirti recounted his life experiences that have helped him get to where he is today. He also advised the students to keep themselves occupied by following the time-tested mantra of “learn, unlearn and relearn”.

According to training and placement officer Ghanshyam, the session was insightful and gave the attendees a formidable chunk of knowledge about this very lucrative field of science.

BIT Sindri is controlled administratively by the department of science and technology of Jharkhand and academically it is affiliated to Vinoba Bhave University in Hazaribag for conducting examinations and awarding degrees.

Last updated on 22 Jan 2022
12:14 PM
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