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Richa Rajputs experiences of SAPPHIRE NOW 2013- Florida

Dear All It’s sort of shocking that summer has flown by so quickly and July is here already! It feels nice though to be back on campus, spending some time catching up with batchmates and gearing up for the internship presentations. Having now spent a good chunk of my summer working, this seems like the perfect time to share some thoughts and experiences from my internship..! My internship with SAP

Third semester has just started & our students inching closer to their job offers at SAP!!

Dear All Its almost sure that the SCIT Student Ambassadors for SAP who are pursuing their summer internship in SAP will be considered for permanent full-time positions in SAP, they have even received their Job Description for SAP Presales. SAP is planning to hire the students in SAP Presales as Presales Solution Experts. The excellent aspect is – as part of this hiring process the students, we will be given

MBA – Live the nostalgia !!

Hi All Well, its not that i organized myself in writing my experiences in SCIT, but rather its something that the reminisces of my association with SCIT was swaying across my thoughts every now and then from the day I left SCIT. We all (SCIT 2011-13 batch) have been a witness of those two years in SCIT, where we not only added something to ourselves on academic front, but added

Samarambh 2013 – Showcase of Talent by Innovative and Talented youngsters.

Dear All Today it was proved beyond doubt that Samarambh 2013 can stand an example for team work and team spirit! Samarambh 2013 can also stand an example for meticulous time management – Started sharp at 14#00 and finished sharp at 16#00 During Samarambh 2013 many realized that batch 2013-2015 possesses versatile talent- singing -dancing and even acting!  After Samarambh 2013 everyone felt.. Why did did it get over so

Dontopedalogy: The art of putting one’s foot into one’s mouth !!

Dear All A few years ago the much famed/maligned Shashi Tharoor infamously commented on the Indian Railways as ‘cattle class’ thereby antagonizing a large section of Indians. Then he went on to create a foreign relations blunder when he made a comment on bringing in Saudi Arabia as an ‘interlocutor’ to deal with the terrorist activities from across the borders. He lost his job as minister of external affairs. Recently

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