TCS recruits 202 students of Walchand College of Engineering

India Infoline News Service | Mumbai |

A total of 454 offers were made by 55 companies from IT, Engineering and Infrastructure fields

Leading corporate house Tata Consultancy Services Ltd has selected 202 students from Walchand College of Engineering, Sangli as part of their Campus recruitment program this year. Out of a total of 450 students from all streams of engineering including Computer Science, Information Technology, Electronics, Mechanical, Electrical and Civil engineering from the Walchand College, 376 students have already been placed in 55 companies till date. More students are expected to be placed in the coming days, while others have opted for higher studies.


Speaking on the occasion, Dr. Y.V. Joshi, Director, Walchand College of Engineering said, “Despite the challenging economic environment, the placements have been very encouraging, with most of our students being sought after by premier corporate houses. We are happy and proud that our students are now part of leading companies and have taken their first steps towards creating a bright future in their professional careers.”


A total of 454 offers were made by 55 companies from IT, Engineering and Infrastructure fields. Tata Consultancy Services has chosen 202 students, Capgemini 19, Dhruv Consultancy 16, Scope Switchgear 15, John Deere 13, HCC 12, HSBC 12, Torrent Power 11 and 154 candidates were selected by other companies including Persistent, Bajaj Auto, Tata Technology, BPCL, Lafarge, Symantec, Alfa Laval, Atos Petrofac, Shapoorji Pallonji, Mahindra & Mahindra, 3DPLM Software and L&T.

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