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Seminar by Rooman Technology

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Seminar by Rooman Technology

On 17 August, 2015 delegates from Rooman Tecnology came to our college to delivered a lecture on “Project Udaan”. The students who attended the seminar belonged from B. Sc, BCA, B.Com (CA). The delegates who delivered the seminar were Ms. Apeksha Jain (Training Head ) and Ms. Garima Jain. Before starting with the detail of project Udaan they started by introducing the company. They said that ROOMAN was incorporated on June 9th 1999 as a Private Limited Company by two entrepreneurial IT professionals, Mr. Manish Kumar and Mr. Nandagopal. ROOMAN began with a vision of Globe very soon becoming Information based world. Its mission is to fulfill the massive requirements of IT Industry, rendering IT education to broad spectrum of people, from students seeking a career in computers to IT professionals requiring more advanced skills, from managers giving careers a polished edge, to children using computers as an efficient tutor. They are pioneers in "Networking and Hardware". Just when everyone was bent upon Software, they foresaw the tremendous potential in Hardware and Networking, and successfully emerged as one of the best IT Company for Hardware and Networking Solutions and the best institute for Networking and Hardware Training. 

Then they briefed about the project Udaan. They said that Udaan is a unique partnership between the Corporates, NSDC & the youth of Jammu and Kashmir. Udaan aims to help the youth of Jammu and Kashmir, who are seeking to enhance and grow their careers. Udaan will provide skills and consequently employment to 8000 youth from Jammu and Kashmir per annum over a 5 year period in key high growth sectors. After this they spoke about the job opportunities and then finally how the students can join Udaan.

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