Tuesday 9 February 2016

51 Students Of Desh Bhagat University Selected For Summer Internship

Desh Bhagat University School of Business Management and Commerce organised Summer Internship Drives for its MBA-I students. In these internship drives, students were selected by three reputed brands of the country namely Tata Tele Services Limited, the Times Group & Earth Infrastructure Limited. The selection process of these companies consisted of presentations by the company representatives followed by Group Discussion & Personal Interviews. After rigorous rounds of selections, these companies selected 51 students for Summer Internship Programs. Tata Teleservices Limited selected 18 students, the Times Group selected 20 students while real estate company Earth Infrastructures Limited selected 13 students as Summer Trainees for the post of ‘Management Trainees’ for various locations in Punjab, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh, Jammu & Kashmir and Chandigarh. While congratulating the selected students, Vice Chancellor Dr.S.S. Chahal and Pro Vice-Chancellor Dr. Shalini Gupta said that all these selected students will go through the training of six weeks under the summer internship program. In these training programs students will get a chance to see the work culture of these companies very closely and sharpen their skills to grow better in life. University Chancellor Dr. Zora Singh and Pro Chancellor Tejinder Kaur also congratulated all the selected students and encouraged them to learn maximum during internship and work with full dedication. They said the university has tie-ups with reputed national and international companies and organisations to ensure best training and placement prospects for its students. Director Faculty of Business Management and Commerce, Nidhi Gupta said that these internship programs will be very beneficial for all the students as they are going to learn with those companies which are world famous and known for their exemplary work. All the students were looking overjoyed and they thanked the university officials for this initiative.


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