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2 Students of KITS Offered Highest Package by Samsung
Two CSE students of KITS Engineering college selected for Samsung company with the highest package of Rs.10,00,000/annum in an online interview conducted by Samsung on 1-April-2016. The college management conducted a press meet to congratulate the students on this occasion.
R.Ramesh, HOD of CSE department mentioned, “The students have been selected at the highest package. The students will undergo a training in Bangalore for a period of six months where they are paid a monthly salary of Rs.25,000/month”. He congratulated the students for their achievement. He mentioned special thanks to the English department of college for organizing communication skills training for the students in collaboration with the college placement cell.
The following are the students selected for Samsung;
- D.Rajashekar Reddy
- T. Pushpa
D.Rajashekar said that “It’s all because of the motivation and support were given by the college management and the faculty of CSE department”. He thanked the placement cell for organizing communication skills training for a period of 40 days.
T. Pushpa said that “I have never dreamt of being selected for a company like Samsung at the highest package”. She thanked the college management and the faculty of CSE department for their continuous efforts in bringing out the best from the students.
College principal, P.Babu congratulated the students and mentioned that “the college has a good placement percentage and the college is bestowed with excellent and experienced faculty”. He mentioned special appreciation for placement cell which has been working very actively in placing the students in various companies.
Source; Sakunth Kumar, City Journalist, CollegeDekho, Vijayawada
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