Honoured to serve MG more, says SOCS Alumna Easwari.

2017-04-21 07:22:18

I was a student of School of Computer Science, Mahatma Gandhi University, from 1995 to 1997. Currently, I work as Technical Expert with Siemens Technology and Services, Bangalore.

 

Being able to study Computer Science when the industry was just emerging in India, has enabled me to make a career in software development which was the most exciting career to have in 1990's. I am indebted to the university, the department and the teachers for this.Being an alumni of School of Computer Science, I used to be in touch with the department and I have been given opportunities to interact with the students and share experiences from the industry. Recently I have been given a chance to associate with the Business Incubation and Innovation Center (BIIC) in evaluating the business proposals by the students and alumni of the university and also to give a presentation in the international conference on "Disruptive Innovation". The conference was an excellent platform for experts from academia and industry to interact and for students to learn from both.

 

In the era of innovation and start-ups, BIIC will be of great help to the aspiring entrepreneurs among the students, in the form of mentoring and guiding as well as financial assistance. The university will be able to extend the support to students this way to deal with the teething problems in their start-ups. Students should make the best use of these facilities and tools now available to them to convert their dreams into realities thereby setting a new trend, of becoming job providers than job seekers after completing their education. I am looking forward to associating with my University more.

 

Being an alumni of School of Computer Science, I used to be in touch with the department and I have been given opportunities to interact with the students and share experiences from the industry. Recently I have been given a chance to associate with the Business Incubation and Innovation Center (BIIC) in evaluating the business proposals by the students and alumni of the university and also to give a presentation in the international conference on "Disruptive Innovation". The conference was an excellent platform for experts from academia and industry to interact and for students to learn from both.In the era of innovation and start-ups, BIIC will be of great help to the aspiring entrepreneurs among the students, in the form of mentoring and guiding as well as financial assistance. The university will be able to extend the support to students this way to deal with the teething problems in their start-ups. Students should make the best use of these facilities and tools now available to them to convert their dreams into realities thereby setting a new trend, of becoming job providers than job seekers after completing their education. I am looking forward to associating with my University more.