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Maintech Technologies conducted placement drive at LITAM

By - | April 21, 2016 12:44 PM | 2 minute read
Maintech Technologies conducted placement drive at LITAM
Highlights: Reputed corporate company Maintech Technologies (Noida) conducted placement drive at Loyola Institute of Technology and Management on 20-April-2016. T

Reputed corporate company Maintech Technologies (Noida) conducted placement drive at Loyola Institute of Technology and Management on 20-April-2016. The placement drive was conducted for all the final year B.Tech students of the college.

The company officials were welcomed in a grand manner by the college management and students. The placement drive was inaugurated by the college principal, Shiva Reddy. The company officials gave an introduction about the company and process of interview.

Two rounds of interview were conducted which include Group discussion and face to face interview. The final round of interview was conducted by company HR Manager, Mr.Sonu. A total number of 102 students attended the interview. 6 students are selected at the final round of interview by the HR Manager. He congratulated the students and gave them offer letters. The students are selected at an annual package of Rs.2, 50,000.

College principal, Shiva Reddy said, “The students of LITAM brought various laurels to college by participating in various competitions. The college has an excellent placement percentage. The college has secured 85 percent pass in the B.Tech results which were released last month. The college has been doing its best to assure maximum placements”. He congratulated the students on this occasion.

Students thanked the college management for being supportive.

Source:- Sakunth Kumar, city journalist, CollegeDekho, Vijayawada

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