Amrita School of Business, Bengaluru, hosted the concluding presentations of GENPACT summer internship on 8th June, 2017. The Amrita MBA-MS 2017 summer interns at GENPACT Rohit, Sachin and Vishnu received appreciation from the GENPACT team. The GENPACT team included Tarun Srinivasan- VP-Analytics and Research, Prakrithi Shetty – AVP– HR, Jose G-AVP-operations, Preethi-L&D Manager, Rebeiro Christabelle and the project leaders.
Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham and GENPACT, a global leader in digitally-powered business process management and services, had signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) at Amrita’s Bengaluru campus for an academia-industry collaboration to meet the ever-increasing demand for data scientists. Student internships are also a part of this unique academia-industry collaboration, which is a strategic initiative aimed at meeting talent requirements for industry-ready data scientists. Aimed to develop industry-oriented knowledge and skills in analytics through guest lectures and workshops, both by Amrita faculty members and subject matter experts from GENPACT, this collaboration will help students gain thorough knowledge and exposure to real business challenges; and it complements the MS Program in Business Analytics, offered at the Department of Management in Bengaluru campus, by University at Buffalo, State University of New York, as part of the MBA-MS dual-degree program. Amrita interns had completed multiple projects with robust and accurate solutions within the stipulated time. Apart from finding solutions and writing the algorithms, they customised the solutions with separate GUI’s. Most surprisingly, almost all their solutions are going to be taken to the clients directly.Tarun Srinivasan (Vice President, Analytics and Research, Genpact) said, “It’s lightning. So quick and nice. Never interns did their job like this before.”
Jose (G-AVP-Operations, Genpact) said, “ These three are gems. They are very quick in learning and finding solutions. They cracked one problem within two days. Very importantly they report promptly.”