Thakur College

RAJESH SINHA TO ADDRESS ENGINEERING STUDENTS IN MUMBAI

Mr. Rajesh Singh - CEO and Founder of Fulcrum Worldwide, has been invited by a premier engineering institute in Mumbai to share his insights with the future IT mavens and entrepreneurs.

With more and more students aspiring for a career in engineering, this session is the ideal platform for them to know how better they can equip themselves to become employable.

Rajesh would help them create a roadmap by sharing industry outlook, hiring trends and expectations of the global companies. The session has been titled: "Expectations of MNCs From Freshers".

When:
March 24, Monday 
11:30am to 1:00pm

Where: 
Thakur College of Engineering & Technology, Mumbai

 

ABOUT RAJESH SINHA

Rajesh Sinha is the Founder and CEO of Fulcrum Worldwide, a global software product and management consulting firm. Under his aegis Fulcrum has evolved into a Thought Leader in global marketplace with strong presence in US, UK and APAC (India).

Rajesh has scaled up to become a global entrepreneur leading a company of over 700 employees serving more than 150 customers across three continents. From advising CEOs, CTOs and CXOs on the IT trends to mentoring students of HE institutions on entrepreneurship, Rajesh reaches out to the entire ecosystem of present and future thought leaders through symposiums, conferences and workshops.

ABOUT FULCRUM WORLDWIDE

Fulcrum Worldwide is a global IT and Business Consulting firm with its headquarters in NJ, USA and regional centers in UK and APAC (Mumbai and Pune). Incorporated in 1999, Fulcrum has emerged as a recognized Thought Leader in mid-sized markets with core expertise in Digital Transformation & Mobility, Big Data & BI services and Platform Integration services.

With an envious technology stack, we proficiently deliver managed services around Application Maintenance, System Migrations, ITIL Assessments, and BPO Operations.

 
KEY TAKEAWAYS:
  • Job Market Trends in IT sector
  • Recruitment Processes in MNCs
  • How Engineering students can groom themselves to be job-ready?
  • Prospects of Engineering Graduates
  • How IT firms are training freshers?
  • What MNCs look for in freshers?