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IBM visits united group of institutions for campus placement

13 students of 2014 batch finally cleared the process and were offered placement

May 27, 2014 4:34 IST | India Infoline News Service
United Group of Institution witnessed a successful placement of their students at one of the best company of India i.e IBM India. The engineering students from different field like computer science, IT, Electrical, mechanical and Electronics took participation in the placement process of IBM India. They conducted the selection process in three stages comprising of on-line aptitude test, group discussions and personal interview.

13 students of 2014 batch finally cleared the process and were offered placement. All the selected students will join IBM India Hyderabad and Bangalore location. They have been offered an annual package of Rs. 3.5 lakh. The talent head (HR) Adhyesha Sahu “explained the students about opportunities and benefits of working in multinational companies”. Students showed great enthusiasm and excitement for the placement as they had been working very hard for it and it was the time for them to show their capabilities.

According to the Corporate Relation Centre Head, Ms. Mona Gulati, said that “We organize such recruitment programs with the motive of providing a head start in students’ careers in the areas of Management and Engineering”. Excellent placement for the current batch students once again proves that united college focus on the better professional life of students and it is the most favored talent hunting ground for the corporate world.  Sh. G.G. Gulati, Chairman, UGI said that, “so far 70 percent students belonging to the 2014 batch have been placed through various in-campus recruitment drives and our placement drive would aim at 100 per cent placement”.

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