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Jasmine Infotech Conducted Placement Drive at PSCMR
Reputed software company Jasmine Infotech Core conducted Placement eDrive at the Potti Sriramulu College of Engineering and Technology on 5-May-2016. The placement drive was inaugurated by the college chairman, Mr. Mallikarjuna Rao. The company HR officials were welcomed in a grand manner by the college management and students. The company officials gave an introduction about the company and explained the process of interview. The interviews were conducted for the final year CES, EEE and IT students of the college.
Three rounds of interview were conducted which included a preliminary aptitude test, technical round and a face to face interview. The placement drive received a grand response as a total number of 64 students attended the interviews. Out of them 5 students got selected in the final round of interview. The company officials congratulated them and gave the offer letters. The students are selected at an annual package of Rs.2, 50,000.
College chairman said, “The College has reached the mile stone of assuring maximum placements. A total number of 384 students got placed at the campus placements in the academic year 2015-2016. An Intel Lab has been set up at college which provides training in Android apps and applications development. This way the college has been working consistently to see that maximum number of students got placed”. He congratulated the students.
Students thanked the college management and faculty for their continuous support and cooperation.
Source: - Sakunth Kumar, City Journalist, CollegeDekho, Vijayawada/Guntur
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