Guru Kashi University creates niche of credibility for itself in corporate sector


Talwandi Sabo: Guru Kashi University (GKU) has created a niche of credibility for itself in the corporate sector. It has started need-based educational programs for students and has given impetus to help its students find lucrative jobs through job-oriented training and education. The recent placement drive initiated by the University has borne results as 11 of its students have been picked up for jobs by various reputed brands.
Four M.B.A students, namely Manga Singh, Rubika, Ranjot Singh, and Ankit kumar have been selected as Customer Relation Officers (CROs)by the reputed telecommunication organization, Bharati Airtel ,Ltd. Additionally, Four mechanical engineering students of GKU namely Amit Kumar, Deepak Kumar, Surgriv Kumar and Rishikanth Singh.
have been placed at Bajaj Auto, Gurugram. Further, three electrical and electronics engineering students namely Amandeep kaur ,Dilpreet kaur and Aman Sidhu have been selected by the famous Asia Broun Boveri , a Swedish- Swiss MNC.
The Placement and Corporate Resource Cell of the University organized the placement drive and facilitated the written test, technical aptitude test and interviews/Group Discussion by various companies.
The Director of the Cell , Prof. Mehboob Singh, said that the year-round placement calendar has been developed to hold Student- HR Manager interfaces for placement.
The GKU Registrar, Dr. Jagtar Singh Dhiman said that to capture coveted jobs through campus placements, students are being sensitized through arranged workshops, mock group discussions been interviews, for being successful in job fetching. The company interview have scaled up in the recent weeks.
The placement drive is steered under the patronage of GKU Managing Director, S.Sukhraj Singh Sidhu, who while congratulating the placed students said that the reputation of GKU has made it a preferred destination by students from far and near. He elaborated that the placement drive is being strengthened to fetch jobs in the international arena.
The GKU, Vice- Chancellor, Col. Dr. B.S. Dhaliwal, said that at GKU, efforts are being made to prepare students for the Corporate Sector and the curriculum is designed in a need- based manner as per the growing global requirement.

Friday, March 17, 2017