YMCA Campus Placements 2017: 4 students of YMCA University of Science and Technology in Faridabad of Haryana have bagged the highest package of Rs 27 lakh this year.
Whenever there is some news of campus placement, it gives a birth to a fresh ray of hope to jobs aspirants that ‘yes, we can also achieve something big in life in terms of career’. This is one such news which will boost the morale of job aspirants. According to a report, students of YMCA University of Science and Technology in Faridabad of Haryana have bagged the highest package of Rs 27 lakh this year. According to a report in news agency UNI, four students from YMCA University have clinched a whopping package of Rs 27 lakh in the November placement drive by Amazon. Reportedly, students of B.Tech – Computer Science and Engineering (CSE), IT and Master of Computer Applications (MCA) were selected and bagged the big package of Rs 27 lakh per annum in placement by Amazon. The names of the selected students are Jatin Bansal and Samiksha Bansal from Information Technology stream, Deepti Garg of Computer Engineering stream and Sahil of MCA batch. Elated over the placements, YMCA Vice Chancellor Dinesh Kumar said, “Our students have proved themselves in all spheres with great placement records.”
Noteworthy, YMCA University has registered the highest percentage of placements this year.
Earlier, it was reported that a girl from NIT Patna had scripted history after she bagged the highest ever package at National Institute of Technology Patna. Reportedly, NIT Patna student Medha Kumari bagged a job with an annual package of Rs 39.5 lakh. Medha’s stream was computer science engineering. Medha secured a job in Adobe Systems India Private Limited. Reportedly, nearly 40 students took the online test which was conducted by Adobe on the institute campus but studious girl Medha was the only student who cleared all the rounds and finally secured a job with a whopping salary package of Rs 39.5 lakhs per annum. Medha hails from Madhubani of Bihar. She is the daughter of small trader. As per a media report, Medha will have to relocate to Noida to work at Adobe’s headquarters.