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Indira Devi J, participant of M.Sc. Business Analytics programme speaks about her WILP experience
Naganandini, alumnus of M.Tech. Quality Management programme speaks about her WILP experience
Shakthi, participant of M.Tech. Pharmaceutical Operations & Management program speaks about WILP
Paroma Sinha speaks about her experience with the programme
Ravi Shankar Singh, & Kiran Narendra speak about the collaboration between BITS Pilani & Tata Motors
Kalyani Shekar & Dr Jose from Verizon speak about the partnership between BITS Pilani & Verizon
Markus Bel, Pooja Suresh, & Zoya Kapoor speak about the collaboration between BITS Pilani & SAP
Apparao VV and Sanjay Gupta, EVP HCL Technologies speak about BITS Pilani & HCL collaboration
Prof Gurunarayanan visualizes WILP’s collaboration to become deeper and even more strategic in the future
Work Integrated Learning Programs (WILP) is a division of BITS Pilani that exclusively offers programs to working professionals. WILP programs culminate with a degree in Engineering or Management at Bachelor’s level (B.Sc., B.Tech.) or a Master’s level (M.Tech., M.Sc., or M.B.A.) to help students pursue the degree without any career break.
Rajiv Tandon, CEO - WILP, shares top 3 reasons why tech giants are investing heavily in reskilling their employees, in an ETInsights' article
Not long ago in 2018, while presenting Learning & Development trends research report done by BITS Pilani’s Work Integrated Learning Programmes (WILP) Division at a conference in Mumbai, I told the audience in a light-hearted way, that it seems the L&D professionals love some of their problems so much that these problems seem to stay with them year after year.