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PAN NIT Alumni Circle

PAN NIT Alumni Circle
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This is a peer-to-peer knowledge sharing platform for alumni of NITs (National Institute of Technology) of India. Join this group only if you are an alumni of one of the 31 NITs. If you are not an alumni, your account on KarmaCircles may be cancelled.

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40
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38
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22
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22
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Hitesh Parashar

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San Francisco Bay Area

20
Competitive Analysis Venture Capital

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20
Supply Chain Management Cross-functional Team Leadership

Hemant Aneja

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20
Business Strategy Strategy

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Hyderabad Area, India

20
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