More than 20 companies have participated in the Mega Job Fest being organized by Aryans College of Engineering, Chandigarh. This Job Fest was organized today at PHD Chamber, Sector- 31, Chandigarh.
Giving this information to media, Dr. Anshu Kataria, Chairman, Aryans Group said that during the JOB FEST job opportunities were available for B.Tech, MBA, BBA, BCA, MCA, M.Tech, Diploma/ITI etc. Students can get registered by applying online on www.aryans.edu.in
Dr. Kataria further added that various companies like Eureka Forbes, Edvour, Exim Enterprises, HCL, Hi-Tech point Technologies, IFBI, Jetking, Kapsons, Max Media Technologies, Spectra Force, A2IT, Solitaire Infosys Inc., Saiyom, SvimTech, Veritas, Career Plannerz, Glorious Consultancy Services Hiring for-Indigo Airways, Escorts India Ltd, Jet Airways, Beetel India etc had offered jobs in different streams. Dr. Kataria added that Aryans Group is fully committed for the placement of its students at reputed national and international companies. Aryans Group has established its name in terms of placements in such a short span of time of 5 years. More than 150 companies have already visited Aryans Campus last year & Around 250 companies are expected to visit in the current financial year.
It is to be mentioned that Established in 2007, Aryans campus is located at Chandigarh–Patiala highway, near Chandigarh on lush green 20 acres pollution free campus. The group is running MBA, BBA, BCA, B.Ed, Engineering College & Junior Science College (+1 & +2).
Earlier speaking on the occasion Punjab Chief Parliamentary Secretary NK Sharma, who was the chief guest said, “Coming years will be more challenging for the students for which they should also be given practical training. And the engineering colleges should also make changes in their education system according to the need of the hour”
He further congratulated the Aryans Group for organizing Job Fest for the students saying, “The move of holding JOB FEST will not only address the issue of unemployment but will also solve the career related problems of the students”