Campus Placement Drive by Concentrix

Final year students of graduation and postgraduate classes of DAV College Jalandhar had their session 14-15’s first campus placement drive by Concentrix India (formerly IBM Daksh ) on Wednesday. 280 Students of B.Com.(Prof.) B.Com.(Regular) BBA, BCA,B.Sc.(Non-Med,IT,Comp.Sci.Eco.)BA and some PG Classes assembled in DAV Auditorium,The event was conceived, initialed and managed by Prof.V.K.Sareen,Dean Placement, faculty & Student members Mr.Satyesh Pati & Mr.Askash Ahuja from  Concentrix India conducted the placement event in 4 stages.

Prof.V.K.Sareen while welcoming  the concentrix team discussed initiatives & plans of Training & Placement cell. Concentrix team made Power Point Presentation about the company, jobs in IT and BPO Sector, job profile &  needed skills, salary packages & careers path. This was followed by ‘Rapid Interactive Voice Round’ 63 Students were short listed for telephonic voice & communication assessment  and written test. Finally 37 students got letters of Expression with salary packages ranging from 15k to 18k pm. Principal Dr.B.B.Sharma congratulated the successful students and praised placement cell for proactive role in arranging jobs and conducting personality & communication development events for  the students. The entire programme for welcome & honouring  of guests  was conducted by Prof.Manav aggarwal, event managed by Prof.Sandeep Marwaha ,Richa,Sahil, Preeti, Vajinder,  Anu Kaura  and students members of placement team.

Names of students getting job offers are Miss Kritika Chopra Prosena Sahi. Avalpred Kaur, Kamalpreet Kaur, Vaishally Mehta, Neha, Heena Bhandari, Madhur Chopra,Geetika, Bhawna Aggarwal, Raion Gupta, Simranjeet Kaur, Pryanka  Kambhoj, Shruti Sharma, Richa Sharma,Rajat Sharma,Radhika, Dushyant,Palak Roopinder,Manveer Kanica,Sahilm,Manav Alang, Pushkar Mohanm,Abhijeet, Surbhi, Amandeep Singh, Kamini Chabhra,Aanchal Mehra,Kiranjit,Shivantika,Jyoti,Mushan,Gunn Khosa,Kajal & Dhara Kapur.These students will be joining after completing their studies in 2015