Memories from alumni events
Some of our esteemed alumni
Rajat Chowdhary, partner in PwC who is a 2005 batch BVCOE student. He also has experience in HCL where he was posted as an assistant manager, product manager in Tata consultancy services. He has always been a corporate sector person where he desires to build himself to great extent. He is really a hard working and inspirational person
Sambit Dash, vice president of marketing at MamaEarth is a 2009 batch bharati vidyapeeth’s family member who had a keen interest in the corporate sector. He even worked at nestle india for around 7 years. He is really a hard working personality who faced a lot of challenges in his life. He never stopped attaining any post and followed his passion with a great enthusiasm. He never thought of looking back to return. This attitude and gesture of him is always appreciable.
Anubhav Aggarwal is a proud alumnus of 2017 batch, who is now working at CorpSolutions as Chartered Engineer & Valuer. Anubhav says “Entrepreneur is a combination of interdisciplinary skills required in today’s professional world”. He also quotes that, “My interest has always been a field where knowledge of different interdisciplinary subjects is important. Having studied Electronics, Computers and Electrical Subjects imparted me with the required industrial knowledge.” He is a post graduate in Industrial Engineering from IIT Bombay
Vidhit Goel, managing partner at Next Edge Retails and the founder of Axlon fashion accessories. He is an Instrumentation and Control Engineer from the 2019 batch who came to Bharati Vidyapeeth with a blooming mindset. He recalls, “College life is altogether an adventure, a bunch of memories you cherish for a lifetime. These years are best for experimenting and learning from our mistakes. Finding passions you never knew you had. It is a heightened experience of Personal Development, Improving Management Skills, Productivity, Civic Involvement which has transformed me into the person I am today.”
Raja Banthia, an Electronics and Communications Engineering student of 2008 batch in BVCOE made it to Indian Police Service (IPS). He always wanted to work for the nation, to serve the nation. He started off by becoming the chairman of IEEE society at BVCOE. After passing out he worked in tata consultancy services for around 2-3 years. Soon then, he gave the IPS Indian exam and got what he dreamt for. Currently he is posted as an superintendent of police (SP) in Arunachal pradesh.
Saurabh Swami, an Electronics and Communication engineer of 2011 batch from BVCOE is an Indian Administrative Service (IAS) officer. After completing his bachelor of Engineering Technology in electronics and communication he worked at BEL india. After that, in order to fulfil the desire to support the public sector he gave the civil service examination (CSE) and became an IAS officer.
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