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Bricmore Conductd Placement Drive at George Engineering College
Reputed company Bricmore conducted placement drive at George Engineering College on 7-May-2016. The placement drive was inaugurated by college principal, Y.Eshwar Rao. The company officials were welcomed in a delightful manner by the college management and students. The interviews were conducted for the final year Civil Engineering students of the college. The company officials gave an introduction about the company and detailed the process o0f interview.
Three rounds of interview were conducted which included a preliminary written test, group discussion and face to face interview. Group discussion was conducted on, “Challenges in construction of new capital of Andhra Pradesh”. Students expressed logical ideas in the group discussion. A total number of 23 students attended the interview and 10 students got placed at the final round of interview. The company officials congratulated the students and gave them offer letters. The students are selected at annual package Rs.3,00,000.
College principal, Y. Eshwar Rao said that, “The College has been consistently working to assure maximum placements. The college assures good employment opportunities for civil engineering. A total number of 36 students of Civil engineering department got placed in the campus placements conducted in the academic year 2015-2016.” College correspondent, chairman, secretary and faculty of department congratulated the students.
Students thanked the college management for their motivation and support.
Source:- Sakunth Kumar, City Journalist, CollegeDekho, Vijayawada/Guntur
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