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Indian Navy holds Joint campus placement drive at CT Group

Punjab Tribune Bureau | September 02, 2019 06:15 PM

Jalandhar: The Indian Navy organised Joint Campus Placement Drive at CT Group of Institutions, Shahpur Campus for the recruitment of B.Tech 2020 passing out batch.

It is the seventh visit of Indian Navy at CT Group of Institutions for the recruitment purpose. This recruitment is under the University Entry Scheme (UES) and it provides an opportunity to the students of various engineering branches for the technical branch in the Indian Navy as Short Service Commission Officer. 

Abhishek Soni, Deputy Director, Center for Career, Planning and Counseling said, “In this joint campus placement drive approximately 82 eligible students (those who have completed their online Application Form) appeared from Lovely professional University, Chandigarh University, GNA University, IKG- Punjab Technical University, GNDEC Ludhiana and CT Group.  The selection process included Group Discussion followed by the Campus Interview, on the basis of which the Indian Navy would shortlist the students for the SSB Interview.”

A team of three officials including CDR Balkar Singh, LT. CDR Ritesh Sengupta and LT. CDR Navroz Krishan conducted the selection process.

In the presentation, officials informed the students about various career opportunities in the Indian Navy. Eulogizing the calibre of the students the company officials were impressed with the enlightening calibre of the students, CDR Balkar Singh said, “The Indian Navy is the naval branch of the Indian Armed Forces. The Indian Navy is the fifth-largest in the world. By organizing such placement drives we always manage to recruit young and talented officers to add in the charm of our Indian Navy. For this, we are thankful to the educational institutions like CT Group for conducting such drives.” 

Exclaimed over the thunderous response, Manbir Singh, Managing Director, CT Group thanked the Indian Navy for conducting the placement drive in CT Group of Institutions from the last six years in a row. He further said, “It is a matter of sheer pride that our students would get an opportunity to work with Indian Navy.”

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