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ACCEL conducted Placement drive at TEC
A placement drive was conducted by ACCEL Private Limited at Tirumala Engineering College on 18-April-2016 for final year ECE students of the college.
The placement drive was inaugurated by the college principal, YV Narayana. The company officials gave an introduction about the company and process of interview. The placement drive was supervised by HOD of ECE department.
Three rounds of interview were conducted which include a preliminary written test, technical round, and face to face interview. A total number of 54 students attended the interview. Out of 54 students, 7 of them got selected in the final round of interview. The company officials congratulated the students and gave them offer letters. The students are selected at an annual salary of Rs.2, 00,000.
The following students selected at placement drive:-
- N.Pothu Raju
- N.M Narasimha Dasu
- B.Narayana Rao
- P.Durgendra and
- K.Raja Shekar
College principal, YV Narayana said, “A total number of 364 students got selected in campus placements conducted by various companies in the academic year 2015-2016. The college has excellent faculty who are very dedicated. The college has conducted soft skills training for the students to make them capable of succeeding in interviews”. He also congratulated the students for their success. He appreciated the efforts of college faculty in making students capable of getting jobs.
Students thanked the college management for being supportive and helped them in getting placement in the campus.
Source:- Sakunth Kumar, City Journalist, CollegeDekho, Vijayawada
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