Placement drive held at BGSBU
GK NEWS NETWORK
Srinagar, Dec 24: Baba Ghulam Shah Badshah University Rajouri in coordination with Future Group organised a ‘placement drive’ at its campus under Uddan project of Government of India. More than 100 students attended the drive.
The students had to face written test and participate in group discussion. 18 students were short-listed for personal interview after the scores of written and group discussion were compiled.
Earlier also many placement drives have been organized in which a number of students of BGSBU have been placed in reputed corporate houses.
BGSBU has a full-fledged Placement Cell with a whole time Placement officer which along with respective departments regularly coordinates with Corporate Houses both within and outside the state to build linkages so that the products of the University are well placed.
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