Solan, September 8
Shoolini University, in partnership with National Association of Software and Service Companies (NASSCOM), organized an conference on future careers in technology, and on the importance of learning, unlearning, and relearning in the ever-evolving world of science and technology.
The conference was a joint effort of NASSCOM, future skills, and digital adda, aimed to prepare students from the fields of Business and IT for the dynamic landscape of technology-driven careers.
Chancellor Prof. PK Khosla welcomed the attendees and emphasized the rapid pace of technological advancement and the need for collaboration between institutions like NASSCOM and Shoolini.
Prof. Atul Khosla Vice Chancellor Shoolini university said that, “Time is moving fast, and hence NASSCOM is here to partner, train, and collaborate with Shoolini,”.
Mr. Ashish Khosla, President Innovation, engaged in an insightful online conversation with Anurag Sinha, a member of the Global Advisory Board at Shoolini University.
The panel discussion on exploring job prospects in the IT industry was also organized and moderated by Kaamna Jain, representing the Sector Skill Council of NASSCOM, the session witnessed engaging discussions. Taarik Sharma, Competency Head at Tech Mahindra, encouraged students to prepare for the industry while pursuing their courses. Ramanjeet Singh, Director and CEO of Woosper Infotech, advised students to focus on strategic planning alongside technical skills.
Mr. Ashish Khosla, President Innovation, announced Shoolini’s partnership with future skills during this panel discussion. The panel, featuring industry experts like Soumyajit Chakraborty, CEO of SoftProdigy, and Hirdesh Madan, Co-founder of Hitbullseye, provided valuable insights and answered students’ queries about field experience, internship preparation, and more.
The conference concluded with a felicitation ceremony and a vote of thanks by Prof. Munish Sehrawat Dean Management Sciences at Shoolini University, he said “technology is a horizontal scale, so collaboration and reimagination are the way to go.”