PATNA: Altogether 68 students of Patna Women’s College (PWC) were selected for IBM, Gurgaon, at a placement drive conducted on the college campus on Wednesday. A two-member HR team of the company conducted group discussion, telephonic interview and a written test of nearly 265 3rd year students on December 3 and 4. Earlier, Wipro BPO, Kolkota, had also given expression of interest letters to 30 students of the college. The placement drives were organized by faculty members Debjani Sarkar Ghosh and Sahar Rahman.
Poster-making contest at PWC: At a poster-making contest organized on the PWC campus on HIV/AIDS, Shaym Priya, Pooja and Madhulika bagged the first, second and third prizes. Addressing the students at a guest lecture on ‘Role of Capital Market’, National Stock Exchange NSE) of India manager Anir Ban Kundu on Wednesday said approximately 50 million skilled personnel would be required in India by 2020 and NSE was assigned with the task of identifying potential educational institutions for conducting special courses. “An agreement to this effect has also been signed with PWC for conducting one such course,” Kundu said.
Campus selection: Eleven students of BCA and BBA of Dr Zakir Hussain Institute were selected by ICICI Bank, HDFC Bank and Mostech Software Private Limited, at a campus placement drive on the college campus. The students selected are Ajit Prasad, Vikash Kumar, Deepak Kumar Dubey, Ram Prakash Singh, Abhimanyu Kumar, Surendra Singh, Vicky Kumar, Mohammad Shakib Zia, Guddu Kumar, Deepak Kumar Jha and Amit Kumar.
AISA protests student’s death: The members of All India Students’ Association (AISA) on Wednesday protested the death of a student on Tilka Manjhi Bhagalpur University campus after a police jeep hit him. The AISA members demanded suspension of Bhagalpur DM and SP over the issue and a compensation of Rs50 lakh to the next kin of the deceased.
Prarambhika: Young students of Prarambhika are all set to put up a colourful cultural programme to mark their annual function ‘Concord 2013’ to be held on December 7. The theme of the function is ‘Celebrating works of literature’. Some of the programmes staged on the occasion would be Rajasthani dance, Salsa, The Pied Piper of Hamlin etc.(Source:TOI)