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Placement Drive at Tirumala Engineering College
Hyderabad-based corporate company Fuzolona conducted placement drive at Tirumala engineering College on 4-April-2016. Company officials K.Prabath and S.Amarendra conducted the interviews. The interviews were open to mechanical engineering students of the college. The placement drive was inaugurated by college chairman, B.Brahmanaidu. Later company officials explained the process of interview.
Three rounds of interview were conducted where students took part in the written test, practical test and face to face interview. Around 60 students of the mechanical department participated and 10 students got selected by the company. Company officials gave the offer letter to the selected students and congratulated them. They are selected at an initial package of Rs.1, 50,000/annum.
The college management conducted a press meet to congratulate the students on this occasion. College principal, Dr.Y.V. Narayana said, “250 students of the college got placed in the academic year 2015-2016. The college placement cell is very active in inviting reputed corporate companies for placement drives. The college has an excellent faculty and infrastructure facilities which enable students to learn effectively”. He congratulated the students and appreciated the faculty of the mechanical department for their dedicated hard work.
Students thanked the college management and faculty for their motivation and support. The press meet was attended by College correspondent, R. Satyanarayana, faculty of the mechanical department and others.
Source; Sakunth Kumar, City Journalist, CollegeDekho, Vijayawada.
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