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  Randstad, the leading HR service provider has launched The Engineering Challenge, in cooperation with engineers of the Formula 1 Williams Racing team. This challenge is aimed at engineering professionals and consists of three laps, each running for a week. The smartest and quickest problem-solvers are in the running to win great prizes, such as tickets to a Formula 1 race and an exclusive visit to the Williams factory in Grove (UK) and a meet and greet with Williams engineers on site.

This Engineering Challenge will run simultaneously across seven countries: India, Canada, Singapore, Poland, Spain, Switzerland and the USA. To participate in the challenge, log on to www.randstadengineeringchallenge.com and sign up. Talking about the challenge, Dr Moorthy K Uppaluri, MD and CEO of Randstad India said: “In a country like India, STEM is a crucial domain that drives innovation owing to the ubiquitous technology, proliferation of affordable smartphone devices and the subsequent data explosion that’s democratising information access. Engineers make a real difference in improving people’s lives, since they have critical thinking skills to convert the wealth of data available today into quality information and are at the forefront of ground-breaking innovations. Our Engineering Challenge is the perfect opportunity for such talent to showcase their unique skills and structured thought process, getting rewarded and recognised in the process”.

 
 
 
 
 

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