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Placement Drive at St Aloysius College on Dec 18

Published On : 18 Dec 2016   |  Reported By : Canaranews Network


Mangaluru: The Students’ Council of St Aloysius college in collaboration with ‘THE CORPORATES’ and Placement cell of the college is organizing a Placement Drive on December 18,2016 in the Arrupe Block of the college .

The inaugural program will be held on 18th December at 9 a.m presided over by Fr Pradeep Sequeira SJ , Finance Officer of St Aloysius College , Ms Bhavya HR Executive of the Corporates will be the chief guest for the event.

The main purpose of this drive is to employ most of the unemployed youth in and around the city and in a way help eradicate unemployment is what the Students’ Council believes in.

The companies that have confirmed their participation in this Placement Drive are CPC Diagnostics Ltd ,EDUTEL Technologies ,ThinkPace TechSys Pvt Ltd ,Amazon, Lactomania, Canara Bank, Intelent for SBI, Incentia, Digicoll, Transperformance, Cafe CoffeeDay, Mpower and Bajaj Finserv.

The domains that are offered are HR/Admin, Finance, Marketing, ITO/BPO, Science and Technology, Banking and Teaching.

Candidates pursuing UG/PG or even graduated, irrespective of their streams are welcome. Backlogs would not be a hindrance, while there would not be any cutoff .

For Further Details contact :

Michelle D’Souza- 8884864154.

 







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