Placement Opportunities in Budge Budge Institute of Technology amid Pandemic Crisis
News Desk, News Nation 360: One of the prominent educational institutes of West Bengal, Budge Budge Institute of Technology (BBIT) has taken a path-breaking initiative for its students. BBIT aims to produce result-oriented and skilled professionals to meet the ever-growing demands of industries. Due to the pandemic situation, students from all over the country are facing a lack of career opportunities. BBIT being a ray of hope, have managed to provide placements for around 500 students in some reputed organizations like TCS, Cognizant, Wipro, Infosys, Capgemini, Byju's, Prism Johnson, Rashmi Cements, BMW Industries, Patton International, Ceasefire etc. even during this crisis period. This situation has affected the emotional and mental health of students lowering their self-esteem. Inadequate employment opportunities also challenged various capabilities of students. Lack of placements has been preventing the fresh and young talent to showcase their skills and intellectually. Moreover, without any placements, many students are unable to pay back the tuition fees and the educational loans, adding to their debt. In the current crisis situation, a large number of youths have failed to begin their career. Where the new normal has changed the complete scenario of the educational system as well BBIT is assuring to build a strong career for their students in this lockdown. K K Gupta, Vice Chairman, BBIT stated that the ongoing pandemic has a devastating impact on many students. Institutes all over India have faced hurdles to get proper career opportunities for the students. The Training and Placement team of BBIT is working relentlessly for the past 2 years towards providing a complete career solution and support to their students. Till now they have managed to provide placement opportunities in around 250 companies and they are still continuing the process so that they can fulfil their commitment towards the students to get proper exposure in the industry.
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Report : Anustup Kundu