Back in 2016-17, two engineering students from Pune, Sahil Sharma and Aditya Shirole, were sharing flats with their classmates, many of whom were worried about not getting internships. The reason being, the companies were located at the opposite end of Pune, such as Hinjewadi, far from the college campus. Travelling to that end of the city for work, even while ensuring the mandatory 75 per cent attendance in final-year classes was a challenge for them.
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First Published: Tue, January 19 2021. 14:55 IST