eInfochips, the veteran IT Solutions Provider & eiTRA, its training wing, recently collaborated for organizing a one-day Relationship Building Meet, at the company’s Shilaj campus. The meet was presided and inaugurated by Mr. Pratul Shroff, Founder & CEO of eInfochips.
In his opening speech, Shroff outlined the future of the industry and the expectations that he has from the training academy in brief. He delineated the need to understand and mitigate the un-employability of engineering graduates due to gaping skill gaps and the gaps between theoretical knowledge and its practical application.
The visitors and attendees of the meet hailed from various IT colleges and universities, which offered IT-based courses as part of their educational offerings. Some of the reputed universities who had a major presence at the meet included Ahmedabad University, Birla Vishwakarma Mahavidyalaya, Anand, Charotar University of Science and Technology, Changa, Dhirubhai Ambani Institute of Information and Communication Technology, Gandhinagar and many others.
All the visitors were invited to visit the company’s Experience Zone and the projects that have been successfully completed at eInfochips. Mr. Dhaval Vasa, Solution Architect, eInfochips described the nature of the projects, the challenges involved with each of them, and the expertise with which the project teams resolved problems with pertinent solutions. The respective Domain Managers of each project also threw light on how eInfochips managed the projects and the evolution of the approach over the years.
The objective of the meet was to understand and mitigate the un-employability of engineering graduates owing to skill gaps. The meet also included inputs about industry requirements, identification of gaps for ICT domain and the process of making every individual industry-ready in different aspects. The meet also helped the visitors know about numerous placement opportunities for students in the industry along with the varied workshops and training sessions that eITRA organizes for faculty members and students.
After the completion of the event, the HODs and TPOs of eInfochips were unanimous about organizing such meets and programs on a monthly basis. eiTRA revealed its role in getting students “Industry Ready” technically as well with relevant soft skills. The training wing stressed on the need for more students to visit the Experience Zone for their learning. They even encouraged college heads to pay visit to eInfochips offices to witness the work being done in different domains.
After a comprehensive discussion and detailed conversations, eInfochips, eITRA and various colleges promised to work together through consistent faculty workshops, student workshops, training programs, talk shows, industry visits for ICT domain, and the like. With a collaborative outlook for bridging the gap in skills and talent and address the need for professionalism in corporates, the meet ended in unison from all.