PwC India Alumni

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We value your association with PwC, even after you leave the firm. The PwC India Alumni network helps you stay connected with your former colleagues and friends who have been an integral part of your journey here.
If you have been a part of the PwC network of firms in India or have worked in any PwC firm and are now living in India, we invite you to join our programme.

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Why join PwC India Alumni network?

At PwC, we are driven by our people, our employees whose dedication and commitment sets us apart today and those who have over the years built a foundation on which we stand today – our alumni. We welcome you to join this family of thousands of alumni, stay connected with the firm and with one another, share your success stories and memories, strengthen your network and make meaningful relationships.

By joining our alumni programme, you can:

  • Connect with former colleagues and current PwC employees
  • Join in for special alumni connect events
  • Explore job opportunities at PwC
  • Share your story with the other alumni
  • Stay updated with latest PwC news and views

Thought leadership

Advance artificial intelligence for growth: Leveraging AI and robotics for India’s economic transformation

GST has simplified the tax treatment for the realty sector and has resolved some of the long-standing issues like valuation and tax type. It is seen as an additional benefit to consumers in the long term. However, the significant benefit primarily would be around increased input credit on the procurement of materials, as per a report by JLL and PwC, ‘Impact of GST on residential markets’.

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Robotic process automation in a virtual environment

In this era of technology disruption, enterprises are under immense pressure to digitise operations, and they see a future where human work can be augmented through the use of software robotics. These enterprises are beginning to view a digital workforce as part of their digital transformation strategy by combining elements of RPA, artificial intelligence (AI) and analytics to automate business processes.

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Our Alumni networking dinners are very popular and well attended. Here are some glimpses from our recent dinners.

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Prakshi Saraswat
Corporate Communications, PwC India
Tel: +91 124 4620 707

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