Tuesday 7 June 2016

Desh Bhagat University Students Selected For Job With Handsome Package

Eight students of Desh Bhagat University have brought glory to the institution by getting selection in well known company Touchstone with handsome salary package. Giving details about the selected students, university Pro-Chancellor Ms. Tajinder Kaur informed that the university students namely Nowsheen Mufti, Gursimran Kaur, Neha Gupta, Kamakshi, Kiranjeet Kaur, Harleen Bansal, Jashanjot Kaur and Jaspreet Kaur have been selected in Touchstone Pvt. Ltd, Chandigarh.

The company selected these students through Campus Placement drive which was held at the university. The selection process consisted of online test, followed by group discussion and personal interview. The officials  gave a presentation about their company and created awarness among the students present for the Interview. After rigorous rounds of selection, company selected  8 students for the posts of ‘Executive Trainee’ for Chandigarh, Khanna and Patiala locations after handing over their appointment letters immediately after selection.

While congratulating selected students, university Chancellor Dr. Zora Singh said that they are proud of them and encouraged the students to work with full dedication. They also appreciated the staff for their dedication and commitment to duty. Vice Chancellor Dr. Virinder Singh also congratulated the selected students and said that it is the result of the able guidance and hard work done by Training and Placement Department of the university, teachers as well as the students.

The students who were in a jubilant mood gave the entire credit for their success to the highly committed teachers, state-of-the-art infrastructure and congenial academic environment in the university. Directors of different faculties and staff members wished the students a bright future.  It merits mention that the university has tie-ups with reputed national and international companies and organisations to ensure best training and placement prospects for its students.


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