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Final List of Candidates for the Student Mentorship Programme 2015-16

We are very glad to announce the results of our Mentorship Programme, 2015. In the selection process we first shortlisted the participants on the basis of the answers they provided for questionnaire. The shortlisted candidates were then interviewed by our members.

 

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On the basis of their performance following students are selected for this programme.
1. Bharat Kumar – Asia Pacific University, Malaysia
2. Ankit Garg – LNMIIT, Jaipur
3. Rohit Ranjan – Thapar University, Patiala

 

We would like to wish all the best to rest of the candidates for their future and would advise them to participate in next year programme.

 

For more details, check out our Mentorship Programme page or Join our Mailing List

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