113 Loyola students placed in MNCs
The principal on Thursday said the Jawahar Knowledge Centre (JKC) and placement cell of the college had succeeded in empowering students with industry-ready skills, which enabled them to get good job offers even before graduating.
“As many as 113 students of Andhra Loyola College got placed in MNCs in the on-campus and off-campus drives. The selected students are yet to appear for their final year examinations in March,” said the college principal Fr GAP Kishore.
The principal on Thursday said the Jawahar Knowledge Centre (JKC) and placement cell of the college had succeeded in empowering students with industry-ready skills, which enabled them to get good job offers even before graduating. The MNCs which selected Loyola students included Larsen & Toubro, Wipro, Infosys Technologies, Cognizant Technologies, Tech Mahindra, Genpact, TCS, Hinduja Global Solutions, ITC, ADNH Dubai and Virtusa.
“The minimum package offered to a selected student during the training period is Rs 18,000 and the maximum is Rs 30,000,” he said.
JKC and Placement Cell director G Venkateswara Rao said, “The students are trained in analytical skills, quantitative aptitude, personality development and other corporate skills required for employment in private and public sector companies and MNCs. They are given rigorous training to enhance their eloquence and articulation in this competitive world.”
Placement cell co-ordinator Tummala Srikumar said, “The college is an exclusive centre for ADNH Dubai, which offers jobs to commerce students with free accommodation and food, besides salary. Also, ITC is a placement centre for students.’’
College correspondent Fr S Raju and Fr Kishore presented call letters offered by L&T to 13 students on the occasion.
Photo caption: 22vij 1 & 2 The jubilant students of Andhra Loyola College who got good placements in MNCs in the campus recruitment and off-campus drives. (Hans Photo: Ch Venkata Mastan) 22vij 3 & 4 Marine Products Export Development Authority (MPEDA) Director (Marketing) N Ramesh (second from left) releasing a souvenir at the inaugural function of a three-day national seminar on ‘Recent Trends and Practices in Ornamental Fishery with Special Emphasis on Promotion of Women Entrepreneurship in Aquaculture’ at Andhra Loyola College in Vijayawada on Thursday.
College Rector Fr D Ravi Sekhar, correspondent Fr S Raju, principal Fr GAP Kishore and Acharya Nagarjuna University Zoology Department head P Padmavati are also seen.