Fruitful Results

Fruitful Results

They are the happiest as more than 70 per cent of them have been hired by major companies. Their hard work and sleepless nights have eventually yielded fruitful results. Now they are dreaming of earning lakhs of money in future. The recruitment process is still on and the students hope to get better offers.

Dr K S Sridhar, the Placement Officer, is very happy with the hiring process and is all praises for the talented students. “Our students did really well and surpassed our expectations. In departments like Electronics and Communication, Computer Science and Information Science, more than 90 per cent of the students have been recruited. The process started in the month of January and within a couple of weeks, most of the students were recruited,” he says proudly.

The department of Placement and Training is also providing an in-house training for the students to equip themselves with software and technical skills. Unlike other colleges, the students are assisted here right from their first year.

Gopalakrishna, a final year student of Information Science, is one lucky student as he has got the best offer from an American-based IT company. He says that his efforts and hard work gave fruitful results. “I focused on the fundamental aspects right from the beginning of the course. I prepared well for the interviews by improving my aptitude and communication skills. My project presentations also came handy in the process. I kept on updating myself with the current affairs and the latest developments in technology,” he reveals.

Rajeev Naik, who has a job offer in hand, says, “My preparations for CAT and GATE exams helped me excel in campus interviews. I attended coaching classes to improve my aptitude and verbal skills. I am looking for some more companies and preparations are on,” he says.

Abhishek, a final year student of Telecommunication Engineering, depends on seniors as far as preparations are concerned. “I got the necessary inputs from my senior friends and referred to books by R S Aggarwal and Shantaladevi for aptitude, verbal and logical skills, data interpretations, etc. Cracking the written exam of a company, comprising 100 tricky questions was a challenging one,” he feels.

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