IIT (BHU) Varanasi launches brand new global alumni portal powered by Vaave

We are very happy to announce the launch of the brand new alumni portal of IIT (BHU) Varanasi powered by Vaave. IIT (BHU) Varanasi ( is one of the oldest and most prestigious engineering colleges in India. This university has a glorious heritage and a great number of notable alumni to boast about. Founded in 1919 as the Banaras Engineering College, it became the Institute of Technology, Banaras Hindu University in 1968. It was designated an Indian Institute of Technology in 2012. BHU has the credit of first starting degree classes in Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Metallurgy and Pharmaceutics. BHU was the first Indian university to introduce the study of Pharmaceutical Chemistry. IIT (BHU), Varanasi is ranked 14 in National Institutional Ranking Framework published by Ministry of Human Resource Development in April 2016. IIT (BHU) is the proud alma-mater of notable alumni like: Thomas Anantharaman, one of the 3-member team at IBM who developed IBM Deep Blue supercomputer. Kota Harinarayana, a Padma Shri awardee and distinguished scientist at DRDO Nikesh Arora, President at Softbank, Ex-Senior Vice President and Chief Business Officer at Google. Currently the highest paid Indian executive in the world. Krishan Kant, former Vice-President of India. Veer Bhadra Mishra, Professor, founder of… Read More »

Goodbyes are not forever!

Sasi Priya is an alumna of VNR VJIET and an awesome quizzer. She has been an Evangelist with us and is now off to pursue her Masters in Human Resource Management from TISS Mumbai. Here is what she has to say about her experience at Vaave. “My overall experience summed up in a single word is – fabulous. I had a great time working at Vaave. The job was challenging, my colleagues ever helpful and Vaave as a whole, a terrific place to explore myself as a person. The thing that makes Vaave a wonderful place to work at, is the commitment of the core team to the cause that is Alumni Networking and the way they have chosen to go about it. Their clarity of vision and the means to achieve the vision made it very easy for me to connect to Vaave. I believe my personal growth was linear before Vaave and it was exponential while in Vaave. My best learning from my mentor Yasaswy was understanding people’s needs accurately. Deciphering what a person wants was a difficult task for me earlier, but after working at Vaave and with my team, I am now able to read between the lines… Read More »

Intern Speak – Gattu Suryateja

We loved having you with us over the summer, Gattu! You have been an awesome intern and we wish you all the very best for everything you choose to do! We wish that life showers you with tons of opportunities to go around the world with your camera! And we look forward to seeing you soon again! Here’s sending you tons of love. – Team Vaave

JIPMER alumni help launch outreach scheme

The JIPMER International School of Public Health (JISPH) took active measures in a remote town located in Kancheepuram district to raise the health status of population. This programme aims to spread its rural outreach initiatives with active support from JIPMER alumni. The programme named ‘Uluru Health Care Project’ will initially focus on a population of about 32,000 spread over 24 villages. The outreach initiative is also part of JIPMER’s philosophy of stepping beyond merely producing graduates of its Masters programme at JISPH. JIPMER also likes to enhance its rural and urban health centres concurrently and explore further outreach with the goal of population wellness in the regions of Puducherry and Tamil Nadu. Read full article on The Hindu