Sensing this gap, TechGig.com has launched ‘Virtual Campus League’ to create a level playing field where participating colleges and students get a fair chance to showcase their talent to top IT/Tech firms. This first-of-its-kind contest is open for 2nd, 3rd and 4th year engineering students who have a knack for coding and recent engineering graduates (2017 pass outs) with less than one year work experience.
This contest’s format allows students to appear for coding and aptitude tests, and their scores would be used to generate their All India Ranks. Participating IT companies will shortlist candidates for interviews and internships basis their scores.
In its maiden edition, TechGig Virtual Campus League has forged a strategic partnership with 30 National Institutes of Technology (NITs). The contest - which started on August 21, 2017 - welcomes students from all engineering colleges to register for free.
“Our vision with Virtual Campus League is to create a platform for all engineering students and graduates to have a fair chance to showcase their skills to the industry. This will help in two ways – students will be able to showcase their knowledge to top companies; and secondly it will give participating companies access to desired talent pool which is beyond their reach. College TPOs will also be able to monitor the performance of their students,” said Dipti Tandon, VP-Corporate Strategy, Times Internet Limited & Head Product and Technology, TechGig.
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With so much happening at the ‘Virtual Campus League’, participants can only wait for this momentum to reach its peak and get their dream interview call or internship with top IT companies.