Two students of the Trinity College of Engineering have achieved outstanding placement results and made their college proud. The Trinity College of Engineering is run by the KJ College of Engineering and two of its students, Amarjeet Jadhav and Vipul Kadam, have bagged great jobs with lucrative salary packages.
Amarjeet Jadhav has completed his graduation with a degree in computer engineering and grabbed a job offer by an American multinational that offered him a package of Rs. 70 lakhs. Meanwhile, Vipul Kadam graduated with a specialisation in electronics and telecommunication and received an annual package of Rs. 18 lakh. Both of these students were guided and assisted by Associate Professor Pratibha Chavan and also the Head of Department, Pramod Chavan.
Amarjeet was also assisted in his preparation of the TOEFL (Test Of English as a Foreign Language) and GRE (Graduate Record Examinations) examinations as he wished to pursue his postgraduation in the USA. He was given financial aid from his college so as to help him in doing a Masters in Computer Science (MS) from the States. Kalyan Jadhav, the founder president of the institute, Vinod Jadhav, the treasurer, Harshada Jadhav, the managing director, Dr. Haribhau Phakatkar, principal of the college, Vibhawari Jadhav, and Dr. Suhas Khot supported and guided theses students.
Kalyan Jadhav expressed his delight on the achievements of the students and said that the KJ Institution has tied up with many renowned multinational companies like Wipro, Infosys, Accenture, Zensar, Persistent, Cyabge and over a hundred more such companies to provide the best placement opportunities for the students. They can work in these companies for their internship projects to gain hands-on learning experience. Later on, these companies sit for the campus placement drive to hire students for various positions depending upon their academic record and interests.
Pratibha Chavan told how they start organising counselling and guidance programmes from the first year itself to shape the careers of the students. Skill development, personality development, sports, and other activities are given emphasis upon so that students can have an all-round development.