Thursday, December 31, 2009

Rayat-Bahra holds campus placement fortnight

Leading IT companies participate in placement fortnight

Kharar, December 30
Rayat-Bahra Group has started a campus placement fortnight at Rayat-Bahra Bio Technology Centre of Excellence, Mohali (Kharar) for the students of B Tech 2010 of its Ropar and Mohali campus.
S. Gurvinder Singh Bahra, Vice Chairman, Rayat-Bahra Group said that the companies are offering a wide range of job profiles like software engineers, database developers, mechanical engineers, electronic engineers, program engineers etc to the students of all streams with a package bracket of Rs. 2 lacs to Rs. 4.0 lacs. He added that the drive would continue till January 10 wherein around 300 students of Rayat-Bahra engineering colleges would be participating.
Dr. Sandeep Kaura, Assistant Managing Director, Rayat-Bahra said that in the first phase of placements for B.Tech 2010 held in September and October 2009, as many as 267 students have been selected in companies like Panasonic Corporation, IBM India, J.K. Technosoft Ltd, Open Access Technology India, Hastie Engineers, Stanley Works and other companies visiting the campus.
He added that during this fortnight placement drive leading IT and research company Net Profit Consultancy Group’s IT Division – Aspung Technologies is visiting the campus for placing the B. Tech students passing out in 2010 in various IT profiles. This NPCL is offering a package up to Rs. 3.60 lacs to the selected candidates who will be based at company’s IT development centre in Gwalior.
Heavy weights like Greenfield Online Gurgaon would be hiring students for all streams, Ericsson India would focus on hiring students from CSE, IT and ECE streams, Span Engineers - the production and service house in the field of air conditioning and automation would be hiring from mechanical stream, Shri Ram Group would hire from mechanical and electrical and Stanley Works – a century old UK based MNC would hire students from mechanical branch.
Saber Papers Ltd is hiring professionals from mechanical and electrical branch, while and Tech Labs is hiring professionals from CSE, IT and ECE streams.

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