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Shape It A Perfect Gift for Budding Engineers to Become Industry Ready

Author Name: Dr. Subramani R , Vaijayanthi S | Format: Paperback | Genre : Self-Help | Other Details

What academicians and industry leaders say about SHAPE IT

The job market is shifting from

qualification-based to skill-based setup

To stay relevant you have to

SHAPE IT or ship-out

One needs to be a life-long learner to

survive and succeed at workplace

SHAPE IT takes a

commonsensical approach to skill enhancement

to make budding engineers industry ready

The 50+ student stories are a

Perfect Prescription for Success,

and motivates young graduates to

explore new opportunities

The SHAPE IT traits are

vital ingredients to enrich your career,

have to be practiced in actual settings and perfected over time

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Dr. Subramani R , Vaijayanthi S

Prof.Dr.Subramani Ramakrishnan (Subbu) started his career with IBM in 1997 as an engineering graduate. A gold medalist from IIM Bangalore, with a PhD in ‘crowdsourcing’, he has played various operational and strategic roles. In the last twenty years, he has mentored hundreds of fresh graduates. He is also a regular speaker in student forums, is a part of the Board of Studies at various educational institutions, and he strives to bridge the industry-academia gap.

Vaijayanthi Srinivasaraghavan (Viji), a gold medalist from the University of Madras, has twenty-five years of experience, with companies like The Murugappa Group, National Semiconductors, TIMKEN and IBM. Her work at IBM Corporate Service Corps program was a turning point, and she devoted her personal time mentoring under-privileged students. She leads the Campus Program at IBM and has successfully recruited, trained and launched hundreds of graduates in their first job