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The Next Gen: Our University Tour Looking for Top Python Developers

By April 9, 2024 3 min read

Turing’s recent university hiring tour was the latest way we’re continuing our commitment to bringing global opportunities and talent together. As we reflect on our journey, amidst the backdrop of traditional universities, we’re excited to share the insights gained and our eagerness to discover even more exceptional candidates in our future visits.

Exploring university campuses

Exploring renowned university campuses, particularly outside of the major cities, proved to be an enriching experience. These cities, often overlooked, have hidden gems of talent.

From the grandeur of lecture halls to the quiet corners of study lounges, each campus reflected an atmosphere of intellectual curiosity and innovation. These vibrant environments provided the perfect setting for us to engage with prospective candidates.

Beyond imparting technical knowledge, traditional universities nurture essential skills such as critical thinking, problem-solving, and collaboration—qualities that are indispensable in today’s dynamic tech landscape. They go beyond the curriculum to make their students ready for the present market by inviting technology leaders and experienced professionals to train them on various aspects. The interactive learning environment provided by these institutions fosters not only the acquisition of knowledge but also the development of soft skills and the ability to work effectively within teams.

Engaging with Python developers

Meeting with aspiring Python developers was undoubtedly the highlight of our journey. Through insightful discussions, technical assessments, and collaborative exercises, we were able to connect with individuals who showcased proficiency in Python and a genuine passion for software development. 

Turing is excited to announce that we have even selected some of these students for internship opportunities. Given that some of them are third-year students, these internships offer them valuable hands-on experience that perfectly complements their academic journey.

Exploring Turing’s impact on future developers

Amidst our interactions with aspiring Python developers, the conversation expanded on discussing the evolving landscape of remote work and boundaryless opportunities. 

Our discussions highlighted how Turing empowers developers to break geographical barriers by unlocking access to global opportunities while fostering a flexible work environment. They were especially captivated by the opportunity to engage in cutting-edge artificial intelligence (AI) and large language model (LLM) projects alongside industry-leading clients, all facilitated by Turing.

Embracing diversity

One of the most enriching aspects of our university tour was the diverse range of perspectives and backgrounds among the students we encountered. This diversity not only enriched our depth of talent  but also underscored our commitment to fostering a culture of inclusivity and creativity within our team.

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Nurturing future talent

Turing’s commitment to talent acquisition extends beyond recruitment; we’re dedicated to nurturing and developing the next generation of Python developers. We aim to cultivate a pipeline of skilled professionals poised for success in the tech industry. And our comprehensive assessment process ensures a fair and transparent evaluation for all participants.

Universities covered in our March quest

  1. Kalasalingam University
  2. Ramco Institute
  3. Kamarajar college of Engineering
  4. GCE
  5. Dr. Sivanthi Aditanar College of Engineering
  6. National Engineering College
  7. AAA College of Engineering and Technology
  8. Mepco
  9. PSNA College Of Engineering And Technology
  10. KLN
  11. Sethu Institute

There were two Python challenges, after which candidates underwent a technical writing assessment. For the latter, the evaluation was centered on assessing technical comprehension and writing proficiency.

From the three campuses (eleven universities covered)  we visited, the maximum pass rate we received for the first Python challenge was 50.9 percent and was even higher for the second Python challenge, with a pass rate of 87.5  percent.


Our university hiring tour was a fulfilling experience where we found exceptional candidates that reaffirmed our belief in the transformative power of talent, diversity, and education. The caliber of individuals we encountered was truly remarkable, with some candidates even surpassing the technical knowledge that one might expect from an experienced professional.

We’re eagerly looking forward to connecting with even more exceptional candidates as we continue our visits to multiple campuses across India. Stay tuned for further updates as we unearth amazing talent. Keep an eye on this space for more!

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The Next Gen: Our University Tour Looking for Top Python Developers
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The Next Gen: Our University Tour Looking for Top Python Developers
Turing’s recent university hiring tour was not just a mission to fill positions; it was a discovery of talent, potential, and the relevance of traditional universities. As we reflect on our journey, we're excited to share the insights gained and our eagerness to discover even more exceptional candidates in our future university visits.


  • Disha Prakash

    Disha Prakash is a writer with around eleven years of experience writing in diverse domains. Besides, she holds a few research papers in computer vision and image processing published in international publications. In her free time, she loves to read books, do yoga, and meditate.


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