Ditched by Flipkart, IIM-A, IIT grads find saviour in QCI’s Adil Zainulbhai

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June 13, 2016

New Delhi: After they were left waiting by e-commerce major Flipkart, Quality Council of India (QCI) has come to the rescue of IIM Ahmedabad and IIT graduates, offering them jobs for an interim period.

June 13, 2016

New Delhi: After they were left waiting by e-commerce major Flipkart, Quality Council of India (QCI) has come to the rescue of IIM Ahmedabad and IIT graduates, offering them jobs for an interim period.

"We have got the word out that while they wait for their lucrative Flipkart job, they can come and work with us for six months to 1 year," QCI Chairman Adil Zainulbhai told PTI.

Flipkart had earlier refused to honour its job commitment to students of the prestigious institutes until December, as against June promised earlier.

QCI, an autonomous body under DIPP, takes in a lot of young graduates every year as interns for analytics, research and field work for the jobs like the Swachh Survekshan it recently undertook to review sanitation and hygiene conditions in 73 major cities (comprising 40 per cent of Indias total urban population).

"Ofcourse we cannot pay them as well, but if they want to make meaningful contribution, they are most welcome at QCI," Zainulbhai said. "By joining QCI, you could contribute to flagship public projects like Swachh Bharat, Swachh Survekshan and make a difference you always wanted to."


Courtesy: Firstpost