Indiabulls offers jobs to 10 MFCians
GK NEWS NETWORK
Srinagar, Mar 9: Indiabulls Securities Limited — a subsidiary of Indiabulls Financial Services offering online brokerage services— has offered jobs to fourth semester students of Masters in Finance and Control (MFC) of the Department of Business and Financial Studies (DBFS), University of Kashmir.
Branch Manager, Indiabulls Securities, Muneer ul Ashraf, interviewed the MFC students in the DBFS office today.
The company has set an office in Srinagar and is planning large scale expansion in J&K. “For that purpose we require huge talent base to fill the various positions,” Ashraf said.
Head, DBFS Dr. Nazir Ahmad Nazir said, “It is really heartening to see students getting jobs of their choice with diverse profiles in Securities, Banking, Retail and Trading Sectors.”
“We are very happy with the ongoing placements. Despite the recession, students got plenty of choice in terms of sectors, domain and the profiles to choose the best companies to work for. This reaffirms the faith and confidence that recruiters and corporates have in DBFS and its students.”
“Many of our students are currently serving in leading companies across India and their top management have all praises for them. Most of our efforts are focused towards honing the skills of the students so that they could have better acceptability in the industry,” chairman Corporate Relations, Placement Affairs, Dr. Parvez A Shah said.
Placement Officer of DBFS said that Indiabulls Securities has selected ten students from DBFS and offered handsome salary package.
Among the key recruiters in the recent past were HDFC Bank, Sapphire Corp ltd, and AH Corp Pvt ltd.
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