SASIIT&R announces scholarship
Srinagar, Mar 28: The Shibzada Ajit Singh Institute of Information Technology and Research, Mohali, Chandigarh is conducting a scholarship test in April for the Kashmiri students.
In a statement, SASIIT&R said, the students had to appear in “The Brain Quest- 2011”- a test to aware them about the professional courses like MCA, MBA, BCA, B Sc (IT) and BBA. “Scholarships worth Rs 25 lakh would be granted to the selected students,” it said.
After completion of the course, the students would be placed in top notch companies like Infosys, Microsoft, Wipro, Standard Chartered, D-link, Airtel, Videocon, Quark, Reliance, Cipla, Ranbaxy, Axis Bank, Accenture, Indiabulls, ICICI Bank, NIS Sparta and Asian Paints.
The statement said the test would be conducted in collaboration with Bright Career Consultancy Karan Nagar Srinagar. The students have been asked to register their names at BCC and contact them for further information.
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