Three students from PCCE have qualified in the first round of Economic Times Campus Star 2 (2018), National level competition. 37000 students from Third year and final year of Engineering colleges across India took part in the first round of the contest. 10,000 were selected for the second round of the contest, out of which 1035 students qualified for the third round.
1.Anchit Nagwekar ( Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering)
2.Nikhil Kishore Kubal ( Mechanical Engineering)
3.Aman Bandekar ( Computer Engineering)
ET Campus Stars is an initiative for recognising and rewarding India’s brightest engineering students. Currently into its second edition, this initiative is meant to encourage and nurture young engineers who will be driving the growth of this country as they join the corporate bandwagon.
The process focuses on more than 25 assessment parameters that have been designed to test the candidates on:
a)Functional Knowledge and its application
c)Strategic & Innovative thinking, and
The program administers a combination of assessment tools - online as well as on-ground and culminates in a face-to-face interaction with the CEOs of India Inc. The competition contains 5 rigorous rounds before the decision regarding the campus stars is announced.
The students are invited to the Mumbai for the third round of ETC Campus Star for an assessment of group dynamism and team skills.