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JOURNEY FROM CAMPUS TO CORPORATE

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After the successful webinar on ‘Journey from campus to corporate’ on May 20 by Apeejay School of Management (ASM), Dwarka, another series was organised by ASM with three other Alumni on May 29. They shared their journey at Apeejay, challenges they faced in the placement process and also gave tips and mantras to the aspirants from their personal experiences.
Students were given motivational support by Mr. O.P. Khanduja- Executive Director, Dr. E.P. Singh – Director, Prof. Kamal Kishore – Dean, Dr. Ishita Adhikari- CRC Head.

NISHA, TATA CAPITAL FINANCE

NISHA, TATA CAPITAL FINANCE
Recalling her learning experience at ASM, Nisha, who is working as an Assistant Manager in Digital Sales at Tata Capital Finance said it was an overall development time. “I got opportunities to participate in group discussions, group projects, public speaking, synergy fests etc.. Each of these activities helped me learn a new skill set that I am implementing now in the corporate world,” she said.
She also suggested the students sitting for the campus-placement to remain open for all the profiles and to not rely on the package.  “Prepare answers for — about yourself, about the company, about the job profile you are opting for,” she told the students. Work on communication skills, have a positive attitude and be confident.

“ASM taught me how to be a good leader and it is helping me in my job profile.”

-Nisha, Tata Capital Finance
ANUBHAV MADAN, WIPRO

ANUBHAV MADAN, WIPRO
Placed at Wipro, Anubhav Madan who did his course in 2019-21 said that ASM gave him ample opportunities to work on his communication skills that are required in all the fields. “I also learnt team work and team management via practical knowledge and learnings from the projects I was given. I learnt the art of taking initiatives from here,” he said. Despite challenges faced in the last 1.5 years, from thoughts of uncertainty and technical glitches, he said that the positivity and the confidence helped him sail through it. “Internships are important but not mandatory. If you have worked on a project and have a thorough knowledge about it, the company you are opting for will understand it,” he said.
He Advised students to make it a habit to sit for 10-12 hours at a particular place, adapting to the extreme change of work environment,  learning the art of rapport building and time management.


“Brilliancy in academic doesn’t assure your excellence in the corporate world and Vice-versa.”

-Anubhav Madan, Wipro
GITIKA SHARMA, WIPRO

GITIKA SHARMA, AMEYO
Got her campus-placement at Ameyo as HR Executive (L&D), Gitika Sharma proudly shared her learnings and journey at ASM by saying, “The seriousness I have put in all my assignments and extra-curricular activities have helped me know my strengths and weaknesses. Accordingly I worked on my skill sets to face the challenges.” She asked students to pay importance to mentor sessions by taking their feedback and working on themselves. Citing an example of her time during the placement process, she said, “My father was hospitalized and I wasn’t in a proper state of mind. But my consistency and discipline helped me. I was shortlisted for the profile I dreamt for.”


“Life is a race. To win you need to have the passion and the right attitude.”

-Gitika Sharma, Ameyo

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