Fifty students of Madan Mohan Malviya Technological University have got campus placements in various companies with packages ranging from Rs 7.2 to Rs 8.5 lakh. With this, the number of people getting placement in the current session has crossed 500. Chairman of Training and Placement Cell of MMMUT, Prof. VK Dwivedi said that a total of 29 MBA students have got placement in the financial sector company Talent Serv at an initial annual package of Rs 8.5 lakh. Similarly, 8 B.Tech IT students have got placement in e-Litmus at a package of Rs. 8 lakhs. In PSIT College Kanpur also, eight students have got placement at a package of Rs 7.2 to 7.8 lakh. Five students have also been selected in Team Zero.
Pro. VK Dwivedi said that so far in the current session, a total of 516 students have got campus placement in a total of 33 companies and institutes. A total of 1000 students got placement in the session 2022-23 and before that a total of 1022 students got placement in the session 2021-22. It is expected that despite the recession this session too, students will get a large number of placements at good packages. Many companies are coming for placement right now. Vice Chancellor Prof. JP Saini has congratulated everyone.
55 students of DDU selected in NET-JRF
Gorakhpur, personal correspondent. Students of various departments of Deen Dayal Upadhyay Gorakhpur University have performed excellently in the NET-JRF examination conducted by UGC. A total of more than 55 students have achieved success in this prestigious examination. According to the DDU administration, among the passed students, two were from Psychology, three from Law Faculty, eight from English (one JRF), three from Home Science, five from Sociology (one JRF), three from Urdu, one from Biotechnology, five from Political Science, Two students have achieved success in Hindi, seven in Defense Studies, five in Education, four in Commerce, one in Sanskrit and three in Music. Vice Chancellor Prof. Poonam Tandon has congratulated all the successful students. Said that the Net Learning Center was operated free of cost with the help of RUSA.