The students were:-
Ms Nidhi Pathak – currently working in Infosys, Pune
Mr. Zeeshan Barkati – currently working in CESC (Calcutta Electric Supply Corporation)
Mr. Mokshda Mishra – currently working in Tata Motors
They addressed the current students and motivated them
IEM-UEM current batch passing out students Soham Banerjee, Shreya Paramanik and Manu Narsaria have opened their own company called Renderbit Technologies.
The company has been awarded one amongst the first 25 startups in the prestigious TATA First Dot National Competition.
This year there have been 25 campus status by the IEM-UEM group, which is a rare in any other Institute or University all across the country.
The IEM-UEM group has its alumni in several top positions in almost all countries throughout the world.
There are several more alumni to follow in the Hall of Fame.
Pritam Bhattacharya, an alumni member of IEM-UEM group, addressed the students at the Science Auditorium.
Pritam ranked 35th All India Rank in GATE examination, and is the recipient of TCS Research Scholarship 2015.
He is pursuing his Ph.D in IIT Kharagpur. His area of research is Approximation Algorithms in Computational Research.
Very interestingly, he spoke on “Cheating Husbands – an Interplay between Knowledge, Action and Communication.” He used the interesting story involving Husbands of Mamajorca to get his ideas of Randomization Algorithms and Approximation Algorithms through.
IEM-UEM group is always proud of its alumni.
Our beloved alumniÂ Aratrika Sarkar got a golden opportunityÂ from the prestigious University of Massachusetts, Amherst for doing Masters in Computer Science.
UMass, Amherst is one of the top Universities in the world.
Saarland University in Germany is ranked among the top Universities in Europe. Supratim is seen here with his teacher Prof Biswajoy Chatterjee, during his recent visit to his Alma Mater.
A PROUD MOMENT FOR US!!!!
Mr Ananda Sinha, beloved Alumni member of the first batch of IEM-UEM groupÂ is now working at the Microsoft Headquarter, Seattle, USA.
He recently visited his Alma Mater and interacted with the teachers and students.