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Anshul Gupta from Ghaziabad chose to do his MCA from SRMS CET, Bareilly. He shares why it has been the best decision of his life
Anshul came to opt for Shri Ram Murti Smarak College of Engineering & Technology, Bareilly’s MCA course very consciously. On his decision-making process, he says “I come from Ghaziabad, which has a number of private colleges offering MCA programs. However, when I came to know about SRMS, about their great learning environment and great faculty, I made up my mind to join only SRMS CET, Bareilly.”
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Abhishek Gupta compares his MCA at SRMS with his BCA from BITS Pilani and what got him to 30 lacs package in 6 years.
Abhishek was a rank opener in the year 2007 and had a 1048 rank globally in the UPTU university entrance exam for MCA. Based on this rank, he could have opted for any of the colleges in NCR but chose Shri Ram Murti Smarak College of Engineering & Technology, Bareilly for its reputation and strict discipline.
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Shalini Chopra’s journey from a fresh MCA grad to a senior telecom executive, and how SRMS CET, Bareilly facilitated it!
Though Shalini Chopra from Shri Ram Murti Smarak College of Engineering &Technology, Bareilly’s MCA Batch of 2003-06 entered the program because of her inability to undertake the B.Tech due to personal reasons, she has gone on to chart a very successful career from it. “I couldn’t join Bachelor’s degree due to personal reasons so decided to pursue this course after my Graduation in Science. I always wanted to be an Engineer but was not sure initially if this course could get me right career position,” she reflects.
From Bareilly to Mumbai, SRMS CET’s alumnus Subodh Dixit’s journey has been nothing short of phenomenal!
From Project Manager in Blue Star to Group Head at Tata Power, Subodh Dixit, has certainly come a long way from his days in Bareilly as a B.Tech student at Shri Ram Murti Smarak College of Engineering and Technology (SRMSCET, Batch of 1999). Subodh admits that he owes his success to hard work, which, “I believe is the only path to success.”
Shalab Garg, Associate Vice President, Head of Data Centre Services, Religare
It doesn’t happen daily that you climb three rungs of the corporate ladder within two years. With Shalabh, things were different!
A 1996 Computer Science and Engineering graduate from Shri Ram Murti Smarak College of Engineering and Technology, alumnus Shalabh Garg says that the college provided him with a platform to begin with and finally made him what he is today. “My four year stint at SRMSCET, coupled with strong base developed there, facilitated my move to different roles and profiles in various companies,” he says.
Project Head (UP East) with Reliance JIO
Chirodeep Roy, Project Head (UP East) with Reliance JIO on learning from the ‘rebels’ at SRMSCET
It is well accepted that a college is the place where children really find their feet. It is often here that teenagers leave behind their braces and freckles, and step assuredly into 20s. It should’ve been no different for Chirodeep Roy when he joined B.Tech way back in 1997. Except for the fact that his Engineering College too was finding its feet.
Manish Kaushal, Chief Architect/Technology Head Intel
Currently employed with Intel as Chief Architect/ Technology Head, Manish Kaushal has already lifted four awards and many appreciations in 3.5 years at Intel
“Success stories come from individual efforts,” believes Kushwaha Manish Kaushal, a boy from Bareilly who joined Shri Ram Murti Smarak College of Engineering and Technology (SRMSCET, B.Tech, Batch of 1996) as a young man with dreams in his eyes and great hopes for the future. And the dreams have come true! The last two decades have seen him grow from a recruit to a recruiter working with some of the largest multinational companies in India.
Reliance Jio as Deputy General, Manager
“THERE ARE NO SHORTCUTS IF YOU WANT TO CLIMB THE CORPORATE LADDER,” SAYS SOM DUTT (SRMSCET BATCH OF 1996)
Coming from Bareilly, Som Dutt, Class of 1996, from the Shri Ram Murti Smarak College of Engineering and Technology (SRMSCET), completed his degree in Computer Science and Engineering in the year 2000. Currently employed with Reliance Jio as Deputy General, Manager Tools and Automation in Mumbai, Som says that he had to work very hard to climb the corporate ladder. No doubt, 90s wasn’t really the golden time for Indian Engineers with big dreams and even bigger plans for success. And professionals like Som never wanted to settle for less. He can very well be seen as the man who walked all the extra miles to ensure professional fulfilment
Vice President (Cloud Products), Saviynt
Why building careers in Information technology is like running a marathon; and how CET prepares you for it
The first thing that strikes you about Vibhuti Sinha, Vice President (Cloud Products), Saviynt, is his humility. As an ice-breaker you start with his steep rise up the corporate ladder. He quickly sides-teps. You think he’s digging for compliments; so you step on the gas. You speak of his impressive journey from CET, Bareilly to Atlanta in USA; he says its no big deal. You talk to him of being one of the super achievers at CET, Bareilly. He says wait till you meet the other bigwigs.
“They are doing wonders across the globe,” he shrugs with a smile. “I’m nowhere close to what they’ve achieved.
Two months with TCS and Faraz Nomani of Batch of 2016 of SRMS stood qualified for 75% hike on his pay package. Why?
“At SRMS education is not confined to just academics”
Faraz Nomani spent the major part of his formative years in Bareilly. He completed his high school from Modern School with a Merit Scholarship for Academic Excellence in Class XII. A passion for Information Technology saw him take part in innumerable programming and IT quizzes since quite early in life. Interestingly his first introduction to his present employer, TCS, happened in high school and later in college as well! “I was involved with many TCS competitions be it the TCS IT WIZ during school, where I was the regional finalist, or Code Vita during college,” he says.