ATTENTION FINAL YEAR MBA STUDENTS! CAMPUS RECRUITMENT BY KNOWLEDGE HUT SOLUTIONS PVT LTD!

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ATTENTION FINAL YEAR MBA STUDENTS!

CAMPUS RECRUITMENT BY KNOWLEDGE HUT SOLUTIONS PVT LTD!

Position Offered: 1. Client relationship executive (Only female candidates to apply)
2. HR Trainee (Only female candidates)
3. Inside sales executive Trainee (only male candidates
Interview Procedure: 2 rounds of face to face Interview
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INTERNSHIP DRIVE BY MOBILEAN TECHNOLOGIES!

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REF: VIT/PLC/OFF/ 230/2016-17 DATE: 01/12/2016

ATTENTION FINAL YEAR ENGINEERING, MCA & M TECH !

INTERNSHIP DRIVE BY MOBILEAN
TECHNOLOGIES!

Date : Will be intimated soon.

Venue of interview: Mobilean Technologies after vijaynagar bus stand.

Branches Eligible: CSE, ISE, E&C, MCA, M-TECH (Electronics)

Eligibility : 50% above marks in 10th, 12th, degree & P.G level (where applica-ble)

Interview processes: Written test and discussion at mobilean office.

Website : http://www.mobilean.in

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INTERNSHIP CUM PLACEMENT DRIVE BY ARICENT!

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REF: VIT/PLC/OFF/ 228/2016-17 DATE: 30/11/2016

ATTENTION FINAL YEAR M TECH (ELECTRONICS)!

INTERNSHIP CUM PLACEMENT DRIVE BY ARICENT!

Date of Drive : Will be decided soon

Eligibility : (1) VLSI stream
(2) Must have not less than 60% aggregate in M-Tech level.

(Aricent operates in the product engineering services domain and hence is a core company for M-Tech VLSI candidate).

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CAMPUS RECRUITMENT BY UNIPARTS INDIA LTD!

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REF: VIT/PLC/OFF/226/2016-17 DATE: 25/11/2016

ATTENTION FINAL YEAR MECHANICAL STUDENTS!

CAMPUS RECRUITMENT BY UNIPARTS INDIA LTD!
(India based global manufacturer of engineering systems & solution)

Date : After 15th Jan 2017(exact date will be intimated soon)

Position Offered : Graduate engineer trainee.
Branches Eligible : Mechanical branch

Eligibility Criteria: (1) Minimum 70% in BE level
(2) Strong communication & analytical skill.
(3)Candidates should preferably belong to either
Bangalore/Chennai /Hyderabad/Noida

Website: http://www.unipartsgroup.com

The last date for registration on the excel sheet (T & P link) is 28-11-2016
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AMAZON Interview Tips

AMAZON

Thank you for taking the time to speak with us. The below tips are intended to enhance your candidate experience.

Amazon—a place where builders can build. We hire the world’s brightest minds and offer them an environment in which they can invent and innovate to improve the experience for our customers. We want employees who will help share and shape our mission to be Earth’s most customer-centric company. Amazon’s evolution from Web site, to e-commerce partner, to development platform, is driven by the spirit of invention that is part of our DNA. We do this every day by solving complex technical and business problems with ingenuity and simplicity. We’re making history, and the good news is that we’ve only just begun.

Work hard. Have fun. Make history.
Our engineers tackle some of the most complex challenges in large-scale computing. Software development engineers, technical program managers, test engineers, and user-interface experts work in small teams across the company to contribute to the e-commerce platform that’s used by:
Over 152 million active Amazon customer accounts
Over 2 million active seller accounts
Hundreds of thousands of external developers

Interview Tips

Technical Topics to Review

Programming Languages
We do not require that you know any specific programming language before interviewing for a technical position with Amazon, but familiarity with a prominent language is generally a prerequisite for success. Not only should you be familiar with the syntax of a language like Java, Python, C#, C/C++, or Ruby, you should be familiar with some of the languages’ nuances, such as how memory management works, or the most commonly used collections or libraries, etc.

Data Structures
Most of the work we do involves storing and providing access to data in efficient ways. This necessitates a very strong background in data structures. You’ll be expected to understand the inner workings of common data structures and be able to compare and contrast their usage in various applications. You will be expected to know the runtimes for common operations as well as how they use memory. Wikipedia is a great resource for brushing up on data structures.

“Random forests, naïve Bayesian estimators, RESTful services, gossip protocols, eventual consistency, data sharding, anti-entropy, Byzantine quorum, erasure coding, vector clocks … walk into certain Amazon meetings, and you may momentarily think you’ve stumbled into a computer science lecture.”
– Jeff Bezos, 2010 Shareholder letter

Algorithms
Your interview with Amazon will not be focused on rote memorization of algorithms; however, having a good understanding of the most common algorithms will likely make solving some of the questions we ask a lot easier. Consider reviewing traversals, divide and conquer, and any other common algorithms you feel might be worth brushing up on. For 2
example, it might be good to know how and when to use a breadth-first search versus a depth-first search, and what the tradeoffs are. Knowing the runtimes, theoretical limitations, and basic implementation strategies of different classes of algorithms is more important than memorizing the specific details of any given algorithm.
Coding

Expect to be asked to write syntactically correct code—no pseudo code. If you feel a bit rusty coding without an IDE or coding in a specific language, it’s probably a good idea to dust off the cobwebs and get comfortable coding with a pen and paper. The most important thing a Software Development Engineer does at Amazon is write scalable, robust, and well-tested code. These are the main criteria by which your code will be evaluated, so make sure that you check for edge cases and validate that no bad input can slip through. A few missed commas or typos here and there aren’t that big of a deal, but the goal is to write code that’s as close to production ready as possible. This is your chance to show off your coding ability.

Object-Oriented Design
Good design is paramount to extensible, bug free, long-lived code. It’s possible to solve any given software problem in an almost limitless number of ways, but when software needs to be extensible and maintainable, good software design is critical to success. Using Object-oriented design best practices is one way to build lasting software. You should have a working knowledge of a few common and useful design patterns as well as know how to write software in an object-oriented way, with appropriate use of inheritance and aggregation. You probably won’t be asked to describe the details of how specific design patterns work, but expect to have to defend your design choices.

Databases
Most of the software that we write is backed by a data store, somewhere. Many of the challenges we face arise when figuring out how to most efficiently retrieve or store data for future use. Amazon has been at the forefront of the non-relational DB movement. We have made Amazon Web Services such as SimpleDB and DynamoDB available for the developer community that let them easily leverage the benefits of non-relational databases. The more you know about how relational and non-relational databases work and what tradeoffs exist between them, the better prepared you will be. However, we don’t assume any particular level of expertise.

Distributed Computing
Systems at Amazon have to work under very strict tolerances at a high load. While we have some internal tools that help us with scaling, it’s important to have an understanding of a few basic distributed computing concepts. Having an understanding of topics such as service oriented architectures, map-reduce, distributed caching, load balancing, etc. could help you formulate answers to some of the more complicated distributed architecture questions you might encounter.

Operating Systems
You won’t need to know how to build your own operating system from scratch, but you should be familiar with some OS topics that can affect code performance, such as: memory management, processes, threads, synchronization, paging, and multithreading.

Internet Topics
You’re interviewing at Amazon. We do a lot of business online, and we expect our engineers to be familiar with at least the basics of how the internet works. You might want to brush up on how browsers work at a high level, from DNS lookups and TCP/IP, to socket connections. We aren’t looking for network engineer qualifications, but a solid understanding of the fundamentals of how the web works is a requirement.
This was a relatively long list of topics to review, and might seem somewhat overwhelming. Your interviewers won’t be evaluating your ability to memorize all of the details about each of these topics. What they will be looking for is your ability to apply what you know to solve problems efficiently and effectively. Given a limited amount of time to prepare for a technical interview, practicing coding outside of an IDE and reviewing CS fundamentals will likely yield the best results for your time. 3
“Invention is in our DNA and technology is the fundamental tool we wield to evolve and improve every aspect of the experience we provide our customers.”
– Jeff Bezos, 2010 Shareholder letter

Interview Tips

• Be prepared to discuss technologies listed on your resume. For example, if you list Java or Python as technical competencies, you should expect technical question about your experience with these technologies. It’s also helpful to review the job description before your interview to align your qualifications against the job’s specific requirements and responsibilities.

• Please ask questions if you need clarification. We want the interview process to be collaborative. We also want to learn what it would be like to work with you on a day-to-day basis in our open environment. If you are asked a question, but not given enough information to solve the problem, drill down to get the information that you need. If that information isn’t available, focus on how you would attempt to solve the problem given the limited information you have. Often times at Amazon, we have to make quick decisions in the absence of all of the relevant data.

• When answering questions, be as concise and detailed in your response as possible. We realize it’s hard to gauge how much information is too much versus not sufficient enough; an effective litmus test is pausing after your succinct response to ask if you’ve provided enough detail, or if the interviewer would like you to go into more depth.

“Many of the problems we face have no textbook solution, and so we happily invent new ones.”
– Jeff Bezos, 2010 Shareholder letter
• We want to hire smart, passionate people. Please reflect on what motivated you to pursue a career with Amazon and be prepared to speak to it. Although “Why Amazon?” is a standard type of question, it’s not a check-the-box type of formality for us. We genuinely want to understand what inspired you to explore an opportunity with us, so we get a better sense of who you are. It’s also appreciated when a candidate has put thought into a few questions for the interviewer. It goes a long way when you’ve taken the initiative to research the company prior to your interview.

Our Leadership Principles
Amazon currently employs more than 50,000 people around the world. Our Leadership Principles are the foundation of our culture and guide each Amazonian. Whether you are an individual contributor or a manager of a large team, you are an Amazon leader.
Customer Obsession
Leaders start with the customer and work backwards. They work vigorously to earn and keep customer trust. Although leaders pay attention to competitors, they obsess over customers.
Ownership
Leaders are owners. They think long term and don’t sacrifice long-term value for short-term results. They act on behalf of the entire company, beyond just their own team. They never say “that’s not my job.”
Invent and Simplify
Leaders expect and require innovation and invention from their teams and always find ways to simplify. They are externally aware, look for new ideas from everywhere, and are not limited by “not invented here.” As we do new things, we accept that we may be misunderstood for long periods of time. 4
Are Right, A Lot
Leaders are right a lot. They have strong business judgment and good instincts.
Hire and Develop the Best
Leaders raise the performance bar with every hire and promotion. They recognize exceptional talent, and willingly move them throughout the organization. Leaders develop leaders and take seriously their role in coaching others.
Insist on the Highest Standards
Leaders have relentlessly high standards—many people may think these standards are unreasonably high. Leaders are continually raising the bar and drive their teams to deliver high quality products, services and processes. Leaders ensure that defects do not get sent down the line and that problems are fixed so they stay fixed.
Think Big
Thinking small is a self-fulfilling prophecy. Leaders create and communicate a bold direction that inspires results. They think differently and look around corners for ways to serve customers.
Bias for Action
Speed matters in business. Many decisions and actions are reversible and do not need extensive study. We value calculated risk taking.

Frugality
We try not to spend money on things that don’t matter to customers. Frugality breeds resourcefulness, self-sufficiency, and invention. There are no extra points for headcount, budget size, or fixed expense.
Vocally Self Critical
Leaders do not believe their or their team’s body odor smells of perfume. Leaders come forward with problems or information, even when doing so is awkward or embarrassing. Leaders benchmark themselves and their teams against the best.
Earn Trust of Others
Leaders are sincerely open-minded, genuinely listen, and are willing to examine their strongest convictions with humility.
Dive Deep
Leaders operate at all levels, stay connected to the details, and audit frequently. No task is beneath them.
Have Backbone; Disagree and Commit
Leaders are obligated to respectfully challenge decisions when they disagree, even when doing so is uncomfortable or exhausting. Leaders have conviction and are tenacious. They do not compromise for the sake of social cohesion. Once a decision is determined, they commit wholly.
Deliver Results
Leaders focus on the key inputs for their business and deliver them with the right quality and in a timely fashion. Despite setbacks, they rise to the occasion and never settle.
Amazon Press
 America’s Best And Worst CEOs: http://www.forbes.com/sites/scottdecarlo/2012/04/04/americas-best-ceos/
 Jeff Bezos’ Top Ten Leadership Lessons: http://www.forbes.com/sites/georgeanders/2012/04/04/bezos-tips/
 #2 on Forbes “Most Innovative Global Company” list: http://www.forbes.com/special-features/innovative-companies-list.html
 Most Reputable Company Award: http://www.businessinsider.com/amazon-is-the-most-reputable-company-in-the-world-2011-4#ixzz1IfpPZ2jx
 Bezos receives CEO of the Year: http://www.marketwatch.com/story/ceo-of-the-year-cloud-fire-lifted-amazons-bezos-2012-01-17?dist=afterbell
 Bezos is committed to looking beyond the short-term: http:/www.economist.com/node/21548487

We appreciate your interest in Amazon

AMAZON Interview Tips

Internships at Cell Propulsion
Introduction
Cell Propulsion is an automotive start-up based in Bangalore. We are designing next-gen electric cars for Indian roads that perform and look better than IC engine powered cars. They will provide luxury, comfort, and safety at par with any modern car while being environment friendly.
Project details
We are designing electric car chassis, electric power drives with novel electric motors, battery casings with aerospace grade thermal management system, and associated digital & power electronics. We are offering internships to interested students from Jan, 2017 – June, 2017 to solve challenging problems related to design and development of electric vehicles.
List of Projects
1. Sensor-less control for flux switching DC motor – Conventional motor controllers use operating speed or angular feedback for driving the motor. The position sensors used in motor drives have the disadvantages of additional cost, electrical connections, mechanical alignment problems, etc. These bottlenecks can be eliminated by sensor less control techniques which use back-emf as feedback.

S.No Project Description Key Skills Required

1 Sensor-less control design and simulation
Scope: Literature survey of sensor-less control system design for flux switching DC motor, development of mathematical model of the system, control system design and analysis, verification of the control system on hardware. Basics of Control
System Theory; Control system design in MATLAB, Simulink

2 Controller code implementation on microcontroller and HILS.
Scope: Writing of embedded code for the control system design in Matlab/Simulink to AVR microcontroller, Hardware in loop tests for validation of controller and overall system requirements. Embedded programming; Familiarization with AVR Atmega, (PWM, Timers and Interrupts, Debugging), MATLAB, Simulink

3 Thermal design of motor
Scope: Literature survey on motor thermal design and analyses. Thermal modelling, design and analyses of motors using FEM packages. Comparison and design of thermal cooling system (air cooling, liquid cooling, etc.). Basics of heat transfer; ANSYS or I-DEAS TMG, Solidworks, Inventor, CATIA

4 Mathematical model of motor for controller design
Scope: Literature survey to device dynamical model for electric motors. Comparative evaluation of mathematical model with FEM results and minimization of error. Parameter estimation to arrive at a working mathematical model basis hardware testing. Basics of dynamical systems; MATLAB/Simulink

3. Electric Powertrain for Cars – The electric powertrain consists of motor, power control & distribution unit, battery packs, etc. The integrated power drive shall perform satisfactorily under dynamic loads and shall produce required power efficiently with minimum mass of the system. This project consists of 5 different problems requiring different skill sets.

S.No Project Description Key Skills Required
1 Design of power inverter to power the motor from the batteries
Scope: Literature survey on power inverters, switches and variable frequency drives (VFD). Inverter circuit design and selection of circuit components. Estimation of Total Harmonic Distortion (THD), heat dissipation, and other losses for the inverter circuit. Bread-board testing of inverter circuit. Basics of Power Electronics; Embedded programming;
Basics of Pro-TEUS or any other circuit design software.

2 Design of car battery charger
Scope: Survey of various charging schemes and charger types, design of charger for EV applications, normal charging and fast charging modes. Basics of electrical and electronics, Basics of Power Electronics.

3 Thermo-structural design of power electronic packages and car chargers.
Scope: Literature survey on thermal design of power electronic circuits and battery chargers. Thermal design of packages using FEM techniques. Thermo-structural design of packages and chargers. Basics of Heat transfer;
FEMAP, ANSYS, I-Deas TMG, Solidworks, Inventor, CATIA.

4 Design of battery health monitoring system
Scope: A programmable system for Real time monitoring of battery health, state of charge (SOC), depth of discharge (DOD), etc. The system shall also protect from over current, over voltage, operation beyond thermal thresholds, etc. The system shall be capable of computing and displaying parameters like max charge current, max discharge current, energy (KWh) left, etc. It shall also provide safe battery connection to loads and cell balancing to avoid localized under/overcharging. Basics of electronics, power electronics;
Basics of Digital Signal Processing;

Embedded Programming, C/C++;

5 Design of power drive automation systems
Scope: Design of computing architecture to control the operation and monitor the health of integrated power drive. Circuit design and selection of components. Breadboard testing of all circuits. Basics of electronics; Basics of digital signal processing; Embedded programming.

4. Electric Car Chassis – The two main systems that are supported by the chassis of an electric vehicle are power train, and battery pack. It also includes the wheels, suspension, transmission system, steering assembly, and braking mechanisms.
S.No Project Description Key Skills Required

1 Design and analyses of wheel and transmission assembly that interfaces with the motor.
Scope: Literature survey of transmission systems for automobiles. Trade studies between different transmission techniques. Design of Basics of Solid mechanics;
Basics of Machine Design;
transmission assembly based on torque and rpm requirements. Design of interfaces of transmission assembly with wheel hub and motor shaft. Structural and fatigue analysis using FEM packages. ANSYS, NASTRAN, Solidworks, Inventor, CATIA.

2 Design and analyses of regenerative braking system
Scope: Literature survey on regenerative braking techniques. Configuration and design of regenerative braking system and associated electronics circuit and controller. Identification of required hardware and sensors. Thermo-structural and electronic design of the braking system. Performance evaluation of braking system and regenerative power assessment through analysis. Basics of Solid mechanics;
Basics of machines and mechanisms;
ANSYS, NASTRAN, MATLAB, Solidworks, Inventor, CATIA

3 Design and analyses of regenerative suspension system
Scope: Literature survey on regenerative suspension systems for vehicles. Design of regenerative suspension system to perform effectively under practical loads as per Indian road safety standards. Electronic circuit design for tapping regenerated power. System level performance estimation by analyses. Identification of components and sensors required to realize the system. Implementation of controller for regenerative circuit control. Basics of Solid mechanics;
Basics of machines and mechanisms;
ANSYS, NASTRAN, MATLAB, Solidworks, Inventor, CATIA

4 Design and analyses of electronic steering assembly
Scope: Literature survey of different electronic steering assemblies and electronic steering implementation techniques. Configuration and design of electronic steering mechanism, associated electronics and controller. Definition and design of all the system interfaces. Identification of hardware and sensors required to realize the system. System level performance analyses. Dynamic modelling and analysis of electronic steering assembly. Basics of Solid mechanics;
Basics of machines and mechanisms;
ANSYS, NASTRAN, MATLAB, Solidworks, Inventor, CATIA

5 Configuration and sizing of car’s interiors – Definition of interfaces and load transfer paths to the chassis
Scope: Literature survey on automobile structural design. Definition of loads generated during vehicle operation with passengers. Identification of various materials required for structural design. Design of structural members to transfer all loads to chassis. Static and dynamic analyses of all structural components. Basics of Solid Mechanics; Basics of machine design; Structural vibrations;
ANSYS, NASTRAN, Solidworks, Inventor, CATIA

6 Configuration and sizing of car’s external structure and components – Definition of interfaces and load transfer paths to the chassis
Scope: Literature survey on automobile structural design. Definition of external loads experienced by a car and certification requirements. Identification of materials required for structural design. Design of all structural members and definition of all interfaces. Static and dynamic analyses of all structural components. Basics of structural design; Basics of mechanisms and machine design;
Basics of solid mechanics;
Solidworks, Inventor, CATIA, ANSYS, NASTRAN

7 Configuration and sizing of car’s HVAC system
Scope: Literature survey of various vehicle HVAC systems available in the industry. Definition of requirements, configuration and sizing of car HVAC system. Identification and sizing of system components. Definition of thermal design and analyses requirements for car interiors. Basics of thermodynamics; Basics of Heat Transfer; Basics of HVAC Systems;
Solidworks, Inventor, CATIA

8 Thermo-structural design and analyses of car chassis
Scope: Definition of all loads experienced by the chassis. Identification of material required for design. Design of car chassis with static gravity loads and dynamic road transport loads as per Indian standards. Configuration of all interfaces to house all relevant subsystems of the car. Thermo-structural static analysis and dynamic analysis of chassis. Study of manufacturing and production feasibility of chassis design. Improving the design for cost effective production. Basics of Solid Mechanics; Basics of machine design;
Solidworks, Inventor, CATIA, ANSYS, NASTRAN

9 Configuration of car’s electronic systems Basics of Electronics;
Scope: Identify and list various electronic packages and electric loads for the electric car. Estimation of power consumption of each system. Design of circuits for all electronic systems and identification of all required components. Interfacing of each system with vehicle power bus. Configuration and assembly of vehicle power bus. Configuration and sizing of on-board computer of the vehicle. Basics of electronic circuit design; Basics of Power electronics; Embedded Programming

5. Battery Packs for electric vehicles – Design and analyses of Li-ion battery packs for various applications.
S.No Project Description Key Skills Required

1 Thermo-structural design of battery casings for automotive applications.
Scope: Definition of loads applied to the car’s battery pack. Identification of materials for the pack design. Thermo-structural design of the battery packs and coupled analyses with vehicle chassis. Basics of Solid Mechanics, Heat transfer; FEMAP, ANSYS, NASTRAN, I-Deas TMG.

2 Design of novel Li-ion Cells – electrolyte compositions & novel electrodes.
Scope: Literature survey to find out new Li-ion electro chemistries, electrodes, electrolytes. Propose alternative chemistries for novel li-ion cell. Analyses of new Li-ion cell designs using Dualfoil. Basics of electrochemistry; Material science;
Optional: Familiarity with Dualfoil

3 Thermo-structural design of battery casings for space applications.
Scope: Definition of loads for battery packs to be used in launch vehicles and spacecrafts. Survey of established standards, design procedures, processes, and qualification testing for realizing a space-grade battery pack. Thermo-structural design and analyses of battery packs for space applications. Basics of Solid Mechanics, Heat transfer; FEMAP, ANSYS, NASTRAN, I-Deas TMG.

4 Thermo-structural design of battery casings for aircraft applications.
Scope: Definition of loads for battery packs to be used in civilian airliners and fighter aircrafts. Survey of established standards, design procedures, processes, and qualification testing for realizing a aircraft-grade battery pack. Thermo-structural design and analyses of battery packs for aircraft applications. Basics of Solid Mechanics, Heat transfer; FEMAP, ANSYS, NASTRAN, I-Deas TMG.

5 Thermo-structural design of battery casings for terrestrial applications.
Scope: Definition of loads and environment for battery packs to be used on ground. Survey of established standards, design procedures, processes, and certification requirements for realizing the batteries. Thermo-structural design and analyses of battery packs for grid storage applications. Basics of Solid Mechanics, Heat transfer; FEMAP, ANSYS, NASTRAN, I-Deas TMG.

4 Thermo-structural design of battery casings for aircraft applications.
Scope: Definition of loads for battery packs to be used in civilian airliners and fighter aircrafts. Survey of established standards, design procedures, processes, and qualification testing for realizing a aircraft-grade battery pack. Thermo-structural design and analyses of battery packs for aircraft applications. Basics of Solid Mechanics, Heat transfer; FEMAP, ANSYS, NASTRAN, I-Deas TMG.

5 Thermo-structural design of battery casings for terrestrial applications.
Scope: Definition of loads and environment for battery packs to be used on ground. Survey of established standards, design procedures, processes, and certification requirements for realizing the batteries. Thermo-structural design and analyses of battery packs for grid storage applications. Basics of Solid Mechanics, Heat transfer; FEMAP, ANSYS, NASTRAN, I-Deas TMG.

Eligibility
• The internships are open to final year undergraduate students as their 8th semester projects.
• The final year Masters students can also apply as their final thesis project. In this case the scope will expand and will be discussed and finalized with relevant college faculty.
• Due to the nature and scope of the projects, a long-term association is expected. Hence students must spend minimum of 4 months (between Jan,2017 – June, 2017) working on their allotted projects.

For more information visit http://www.cellpropulsion.com or contact us at: contact@cellpropulsion.com.
Interested students may also send their CVs to contact@cellpropulsion.com.

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ATTENTION FINAL YEAR STUDENTS!

INTERNSHIP AT CELL PROPULSION!

Cell propulsion is an automotive start up based in Bangalore. The company is designing nextgen electric cars for Indian roads that perform better than IC Engine branded cars.

The list of opportunities are listed in the attached document interested students may send their CV in the email mentioned in the document. Subsequently an interview will be conducted.
Interested students are to go through the attached document very meticulously before taking any decision.
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