School of Engineering, GD Goenka University organized an Industrial Visit to the Multisoft Systems, Noida for the second year B. Tech. students on September 5, 2014. A group of 22 students and faculty member Ms. Vasudha Vashisht visited Multisoft Systems with an objective to acquaint the students with knowledge of the fields they enter and specialize in after their graduation.
Multisoft Systems provides services in Education, Development and Consultancy under single umbrella. They have completed successful 8-years in industry and having own Research and Development Centre along with state of art infrastructure. They specialize in the field of Training, Consulting and Development on various Software, Tools and Technologies, addressing the growing needs of the IT market.
The session though not being a very long one, was very informative. The concepts of corporate world were explained in a very innovative way. The students were introduced to the roadmap they can follow right after their graduation. The initial focus was on the GATE exam which is the next big step for almost 80% engineering graduates. The GATE exam opens doors to higher ranked Government/Private colleges for admissions in M.Tech. as well as job opportunities in PSEs. PSEs are public sector companies that have comparative advantages and have been given greater autonomy to compete in the global market so as to support them in their drive to become global giants that include BHEL, GAIL, NTPC etc. The requirements for recruitment in different companies as well as colleges were discussed. The trending projects and activities that the students should take up were also scheduled in the session.
The students were also briefed about the scope of various fields like Big Data, Networking, and Cloud Computing. The session was very interactive. All the queries the students had regarding their career and the fields they want to specialize in were answered. The students got to learn about the industry and its functioning.
While the students thoroughly enjoyed the “learning made fun” session, due to shortage of time they had to leave soon. They were promised another session in coming future. The visit turned out to be a success as all students returned inspired and informed.