“Campus hiring has never been more critical. With today’s rapid technology changes, it has become essential to ensure young professionals are up-to-date with the digital skills they will need to have an immediate impact at their new companies,” said Krishna Kumar, Founder & CEO of Simplilearn.
Leena AI’s Co-founder Adit Jain commented that the investors include individuals and groups with a rich knowledge base and experience in the startup industry. Jain emphasized that most of their funds are from the Valley, while investors from the Latin America, Indonesia, Middle East, and India also joined the round.
The company creates AI-based software, which uses an intuitive swipe mobile interface to find the most relevant opportunities for users. These are in line with their aspirations and potential, allowing better career fits.
“The demand of chartered accountants is growing. We used to place 3,000 candidates in a campus placement now it has doubled to 6,000 candidates. The demand for CAs have increased manifold across segments,” said Dhiraj Kumar Khandelwal, Chairman of ICAI.
Mayank Bharadwaj remembers in his childhood the images of transgender people lingering and pleading by railway platforms. Now 29 years old and a successful software professional, Bharadwaj explains, “While we condemn them for begging, as a society, we have left them almost no other option to eke out a living.”
Developed by the CA Insitute, the portal CAjobs.com, will work as a one stop solution for the community job seekers and job providers, Dhiraj Kumar Khandelwal, Chairman, Committee for Members in Industry and Business (CMI&B), ICAI commented.