An MCA student from University of Hyderabad (UoH) has been offered a hefty pay package of Rs 40 lakh per annum in addition to other benefits by Japan-based company Works Applications Co Ltd.
Ravichandra Mangipudi, a student of MCA course at School of Computer & Information Sciences, UoH, was selected under the campus placement by the company to work at their Singapore company as R&D Engineer, UoH, also known as Hyderabad Central University, said in a release.
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“I am happy. The faculty at the university is good. It was very good for me to pursue the course in the university. Research was also quite active in the university,” Ravichandra said.
Mangipudi, who hails from Visakhapatnam, said he developed interest in computers after doing an online course while pursuing B.Sc.
“There is a very good faculty-student ratio that allows for more personal attention from teachers, projects in cutting-edge technology that make students highly competent. There is a Special Assistance Programme from UGC for the School on thrust area of Green Computing,” it said.
Works Applications Co. Ltd. headquartered in Tokyo, Minato-ku, is an ERP system manufacturer. It has business in the development, sales and support package system.
Currently, it has branches in Singapore, Shanghai, Chennai, Los Angeles and New York, and has more than 2800 employees worldwide, it added.
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