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Two B.tech Students of GZSCCET, MRSPTU, Bathinda gets placement in two prestigious companies on attractive packages

Punjab Tribune Bureau | October 12, 2019 04:36 PM

BATHINDA:Two students of B.Tech (Mechanical Engineering and Civil Engineering) of Giani Zail Singh Campus College of Engineering & Technology, Maharaja Ranjit Singh Punjab Technical University (MRSPTU), Bathinda have been selected for recruitment by the different companies. The Companies have offered attractive per annum packages (3 lakh)  to the selected students.

Two prestigious companies participated in State level Engineering job fair organised at Mohali by Govt. of Punjab, which included- Rajnish Industries Private Ltd.  and ARK Infosolutions Pvt Ltd.

The selected two students of Giani Zail Singh Campus College of Engineering & Technology, MRSPTU Bathinda namely Surendra Kumar Yadav of Mechanical Engineering get placed in Rajnish Industries Private Ltd. and Himanshu of Civil Engineering get placed in ARK Infosolutions Private Ltd. 

While congratulating the students for their success, MRSPTU, Vice Chancellor, Prof. (Dr.) Mohan Paul Singh Ishar reiterated his commitment for better employability and employment for the students of the university.

Prof. (Dr.) Savina Bansal, Campus Director and Dean Academic, Dr. Ashish Baldi, Registrar, Dr. Balwinder Singh, Head, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Dr. Manjeet Bansal, Head, Department of Civil Engineering and Harjot Singh Sidhu, Director (Training and Placement) also congratulated the selected Students. They expressed immense happiness and satisfaction at the calibre and potential of students of this campus getting recognized by these leading companies.   They have conveyed their best wishes to the selected students for their successful service career. 

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