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BMGI starts internship program in association with BITS Pilani

BMGI starts internship program in association with BITS Pilani

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BMGI, a global management consulting firm, has planned a new internship program, where they plan to hire up to six interns from BITS Pilani.


The education pattern has changed over the years and students are looking for colleges and courses where they have the opportunity to have hands-on and industry experience even before they step into the professional world. Keeping in mind the same BMGI, a global management consulting firm, has planned a new internship program, where they plan to hire up to six interns from BITS Pilani, one of the top 10 engineering schools in the country.

Naresh Raisinghani, CEO & Executive Director at BMGI said "We are looking forward to piloting this program with BITS Pilani, and developing it as a platform to provide appropriate guidance and training to future young leaders. BMGI has typically shied away from internship programs due to the short tenure of internships, not allowing a meaningful immersion. The BITS Pilani internship model involves industry exposure of over 5.5 months, providing reasonable immersion for students to learn the basics of consulting and take on some purposeful and impactful projects".

S Gurunarayanan, Dean - Practice School, Pilani, said, "We are happy that our students will have the opportunity to work with a renowned consulting firm such as BMGI, which is a Day Zero firm with several top management schools and engineering schools. We look forward to building a strong partnership with them over the coming years."

Dr Shubhrangshu Roy and Ambarish Raj, Business Heads at BMGI and alumni of BITS Pilani, said that BITS is alma mater to a number of extra ordinary students and we are excited to begin this internship program and nurture the talent.


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