JAMMU, Aug 9: Yogananda College of Engineering & Technology (YCET) conducted a campus placement drive as a part of its ‘Professional and Social Responsibility’ which focuses on building a leading academic link for YCETs’ students, here today.
A placement drive by the renowned company Startek was conducted for the final year students of the College. Startek is a global customer experience (CX) management solutions provider. It delivers best-in-class omni-channel CX, digital transformation and enterprise tech services for leading brands.
A total of 50 students were shortlisted for this event wherein nine students namely Ridhima Sharma, Deepanshu Kaith and Usmaan Malik from CSE Department, while Muskan Sharma, Nafeel Iqbal and Amar Bakshi from Mechanical Department and Shariq Sareer, Furkan Hamid Bhat and Mehak from Civil Department were selected during the drive.
The program was conducted by the Placement Cell of the College wherein many officials from the company and Yogananda College of Engineering and Technology (YCET) were involved to properly drive the placement process.
The students did practice a lot for the preparation for the drives and the College has arranged many workshops for students on the latest topics as well.
Punit Kumar, Senior Manager HR, Vishali Meenia-HR Executive, Vishal Kumar and Rohit Rajput- HR trainee hailed the efforts put by the College in nurturing and exploring the young minds for a better tomorrow.
Jamwal Group of Educational Institutions (JGEI), Jammu Chairman Vidhi Singh Jamwal, Vice-Chairman Shiv Dev Singh Jamwal and others congratulated the selected students.
The placement drive was coordinated by the HoDs of different departments, departmental placement coordinators and Assistant Training and Placement officer Manjula Sharma, whereas the placement drive was organized by Dinesh Gupta, Head, Training and Placement Cell of YCET.