Students from Galgotias University get over 1000 job offers in 15 days

Students from Galgotias University get over 1000 job offers in 15 days

Hindustan Times - 18-Jun-2019

Top employers included the likes of Infosys, Wipro, Cognizant and TCS.

The campus placements at Galgotias University hit a record high this year. More than 1,000 jobs were offered within the first 15 days of the placement period.

About 71% of B.Tech students and 92% of MBA students received their job offers during the placement drive. The Computer Science/IT engineering stream saw the maximum number of placements at 90 %. Apart from this, 34% of the students at the university received multiple job offers.

More than 400 companies including Amazon, Samsung R&D, Flipkart, Ericsson, ICICI Bank, Future Group, Havells, LG Electronics, Ashok Leyland, and IndusInd Bank visited the campus during the placement season. The top employers were Infosys, Cognizant, Wipro and TCS.

About 90 % of students at the university were placed in sectors such as Logistics & Supply Chain Management, IT/ITeS, Law, Hotel Management, and Pharmacy.

Galgotias University has tie-ups with several corporate firms and MNCs.

Suneel Galgotia, Chancellor, Galgotias University, said, “This placement season has been great for our students. Many of them have got job offers from top-notch companies.” He added that the faculty worked hard for the all-round personality development of the students and ensured that they were ready to enter the corporate world.

“Our strategic learning techniques, clubbed with state-of-the-art facilities and a modern campus, help develop the necessary professional skills among students. These make them ready to face competition and deliver in the dynamic corporate environment,” said Dhruv Galgotia, CEO, Galgotias University.

The university is known to provide equal, fair and optimal placement opportunities to its students.

Disclaimer: This is a press release issued by Galgotias University and the liability solely rests with the said university. No HT Group journalist is involved in the creation of this content.