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Nearly 150 employees were duped by an IT firm, which mysteriously vanished on Thursday, without having paid its people for the past two months. Signifia Techride, an IT firm, was operating from City Center building, located behind Persistent Systems in Phase I of the Hinjewadi IT Park. On Thursday, when employees went to the office, they found it closed down and completely empty. Employees now have lodged a complaint with the Hinjewadi police against senior office bearers, identified as Poonam Gaikwad, Mahendra Patil and Abasaheb Kalaskar. According to the complainants, the office-bearers had also taken Rs 30k from each employee as a security deposit and then got vanished. They had neither paid them the salary nor had they given back the security deposit. Mirror, a daily newspaper re...
According to the data revealed by All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE), more than 60% of the eight lac engineers graduating from technical institutions across the country every year remain unemployed and is estimated that 60% of such Engineer Graduates are working as a Peon. Not only this less than 1% of engineering students participate in summer internships and just 15% of engineering programs offered by over 3,200 institutions are accredited by the National Board of Accreditation (NBA). And after reading the article, you will never recommend anyone to become an Engineer. If calculated this is a potential loss of 20 lac man-days annually. There is a huge variation in the standard of the technical college in the country but the fact is they churn out those graduate who are