The description of Purple Squirrel Eduventures
Purple Squirrel Eduventures designs exclusive industry exposure programmes that help
students understand the industry and develop relevant skills to shape their careers.
One Day Industry visits (ODIs) directly connect students to companies and workshops in their city.
Spanning over 20 cities across the country, ODIs introduce students to the world outside of their
classrooms and help them learn industry relevant skills.
The ODIs provide opportunities for students to interact with companies and learn skills that are relevant to
their chosen stream or area of interest:
• Arts & Media – Ogilvy, Radio Mirchi, NDTV, Digital Marketing, Sound Engineering
• Engineering – P&G, Seimens, Eicher, RedHat, Volkswagen, Augmented Reality, Android
• Management – Coca Cola, Amul, Venky's Neilsen, OML, Lean manufacturing, Strategic
• Entrepreneurship – Myntra, Zomato, Bewakoof, Big Basket, Product to Business, Design
Our programmes align curriculum and industry expectations and are designed to supplement theoretical
learning. Students also get the chance to network with other like-minded students and experienced
Here's what students, professors and company executives have had to say about us:
~ Kalindi Deshmukh, Vivekanand Education Society's Institute of Technology, Mumbai
"As a media student, I had only read about how radio stations function. But the visit to
Radio Mirchi in Mumbai actually helped me understand how everything happens. I could
actually see how shows are recorded and how RJs prepare themselves. I absolutely loved
~ Maggi Magdaline Swamy, BMM Student, Wilson College, Mumbai
"As a management student it was very interesting for me to learn how Coca-Cola's
manufacturing plant functions. Especially, how they customise management tools to
optimise their processes. It was quite fascinating."
~ Chaitanya Deepthi, MBA, Alliance University, Bangalore
“Industry visits are a mutually beneficial activity. While it helps students gain industry insights and enhance
employability, it also helps companies interact with students who could turn out to be future employees.”
Chaitanya Halbe, Assistant Manager, Communications, Volkswagen Group India
“India has one of the most vibrant startup ecosystems, and it is important that students are introduced to it.
Such exposure is what will create tomorrow's entrepreneurs.”
Siddharth Munot, Director, Bewakoof Brands Pvt. Ltd.
“Our students got chance to meet industry leaders across organisations. This was the first time that
students got such exposure.”
Prof. Parimal Sudhakar, Maharashtra Institute of Technology, Pune