A web-based initiative to connect colleges and companies online for campus recruitment


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Haryana, INDIA
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About the project Edit

The web-based initiative, developed by venture funded firm based in Gurgaon (India), connects colleges and companies online for campus recruitment.
The word CoCubes derives its origin from the first two alphabets of the three words i.e. connecting, colleges & companies.

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Companies can then interact with applied students through SMS and notifications sending tips, reminders and other details. CoCubes creates higher level of engagement between the job-seeking eligible students and the employing companies, increases reach and convenience for the students and also helps companies to reduce cost of recruitment, thus creating win-win situation for all stakeholders.

What is the social value of this project? Edit

With the help of, companies can create a job post and make it available to all or select colleges, based on a region, or set eligibility criteria like marks, branch, certifications etc. The job post, when viewed by the Training and Placement Officer (TPO) of any particular college, can either be passed on to the students (by accepting it) or denied (by rejecting it). If accepted, eligible students get to see and respond to the job post.

What is the potential of this project to expand and develop? Edit

Winner 2011, E Business & Enterprise category, Manthan Award 201 Digital Inclusion for Development , South Asia
The Jury noted that this initiative would specifically help colleges in Tier II Cities by getting online and being more visible to companies, thus increasing opportunities for the concerned students. For the premier colleges, the portal would save thousands of hours of TPO and student time, by streamlining internal communication and by providing them with mailing, calendar and SMS utilities. The Jury also noted that spread of the initiative has been significant with 2000+ colleges, 600,000+ students and 300+ companies including 4 of the Top 10 IT Companies have already started utilising the same. It was noted that the user companies have seen over 4 million page views for their engagement profiles on and over 10,000 students have so far been made offers through this platform.

What was the triggering factor of this project? Edit

It is the initiative of two founders: Harpreet who envisioned building a framework to help students connect all the dots to build a successful career and Vibhore who worked at Microsoft Research Centre where he gathered a lot of insight into the vast business opportunities.

What is the business model of this project? Edit

Ojas venture partners is a US$35 Million India focused venture firm investing in technology based businesses. Ojas is backed by Mr. Raghavan S. Nadathur (NSR), co-founder and former JMD of Infosys, one of India’s early IT luminaries who along with his co-founders, has shown entrepreneurs by example that it is possible to create a transparent, scalable, competitive, wealth sharing, world class technology company in India. Raghu Batta & Gautam Balijepalli from Ojas are on the board of

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