|1. Nita imamdar||BPTP Ltd.||Project Planning & Management|
|2. Asat Ali||Punj Llyod (kolkata)||Project Planning & Management|
|3. Mithlesh Yadav||MBL Infrastructure Ltd||Project Planning & Management|
|4 Haru Imam||Blue Star||Project Planning & Management|
|5. Anil Kumar||Disha Electronics||Auto-CAD|
|6. Krishna Medhi||Soma Ltd||Project Planning & Management|
|7. Minaz Zaidi||DSC Constructions||Auto-CAD|
|8. Sabiha Khan||VKS (P) Ltd||Project Planning & Management|
|9. Suresh Kumar||C&C Infra Ltd||Project Planning & Management|
|10. Ved Prakash||M/s.Yongnam Engineering & Contruction Ltd.||Project Planning & Management|
Career in PMP
We have worked collaboratively with the team to ensure that both parties meet and exceed their objectives. We have been particularly impressed with their creativity, enthusiasm and organisational skills to produce a world-class festival every year.
From the student perspective, high quality placements can bring a range of benefits and positive impacts. There is strong evidence to suggest that placements and work experience are extremely valuable to students, both in terms of their academic performance and their employability skills.1 The Wilson Review of higher education argues that such opportunities may alleviate barriers to employment for graduates, and notes that both sandwich placements and student/graduate internships hold considerable value for the students personal and professional development, and should be encouraged and provided as opportunities to all where possible. At a high level, the benefits for students include: ,b>Improved skills and knowledge, including ‘softer’ employability skills, and specific technical skills and competencies.