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Brief Summary of the Event:

An Industrial Visit to HCL Technologies was organized for, Third and Second students of Computer Science Department, School of Engineering, BBDU. Students had visited HCL Technologies, Lucknow on 23rd & 24th October 2018 along with faculty and Coordinator members. The visit was a part of their industrial visit program which college had arranged as a part of Industrial Exposure Program.

We left our university at 10 am from college bus. All students were in proper uniform with their ID cards. Faculty briefly explained them what do’s and don’ts during this industrial visit.


The students were welcomed by Mr. Bhaskar Soni from Training Department of HCL.


Mr. Rizwan Hafiz, Head of Training Department gave a brief introduction about HCL. He narrated briefly how HCL was born and today where it stands in industry. He gave information about HCL governing body. HCL is a MNC spread across 36 countries, and over 1,00,000 of the world’s best-trained IT consultants. He explained about values of HCL like Leading Change, Integrity, Respect for Individual, Excellence, Learning and Sharing. He also explained about sectors in which HCL is providing services. He also threw light on what all is expected from freshers in present era.


Students visited the HCL campus with Mr. Bhaskar Soni of training department of HCL. They visited ARYABHATTA-SKILL DEVELOPMENT AND TRAINING CENTRE, different Training Rooms which were named after renowned personalities of past like RAMANUJAN and ARISTOLE. Development cell was a restricted area but students got to know about inner functioning in brief.


The main objective behind the visit was to make student aware about how a Software company works, various services available and job opportunities.


Industrial visit to HCL was a highly appreciated by students who find it full of knowledge. Students got to know working methodology of a MNC company, got to know how the people are working. Students gained invaluable industrial exposure on this trip. Students unanimously agreed that such trips must be organized frequently.