Xender, a popular mobile file transfer and sharing app which also happens to be a tech-startup, paid a surprise visit to the Gurgaon campus of DPG Institute of Technology and Management.The team had two major missions in its mind: firstly, to conduct a campus-wide survey about how students in this college prefer watching movies, and secondly, to establish a collaboration with the college to set up an incubation programme. The team of Xender members was warmly welcomed by the Dean and college’s head professor (Engineering) Randhir Kumar. Also Read – Add new books to your shelfAs one of the leading companies in the mobile industry, Xender is interested in hiring more local talents from India. This way, both the parties will get to exchange ideas on the development of mobile internet era and also inculcate the trend of entrepreneurship. The team later moved out to the playground of DPG and began preparing for the survey. Since it was the lunch break, many students were attracted by Xender’s pull-up movie posters and other gifts. After knowing the event was hosted by Xender, many students acknowledged that they themselves were active users of the mobile transfer app and told they liked the app very much. The team seemed pretty satisfied with the feedback and response they received from the enthusiastic bunch of students. Also Read – Over 2 hours screen time daily will make your kids impulsive”It was a wonderful experience for me to interact with the team from Xender. The interaction was very enriching for B-School students like us. If given a chance, I would love to work for this company,” said Ravi Khan, a student of Computer Science. In the future, Xender would like to involve with more such colleges in India and also aims at creating more job avenues for the local talents. Especially after the movie platform has been launched, Xender will evolve into a brand new product and the company is in a desperate need for new blood.