388 Students From Tamil Nadu Bag Placements in Software Giants

Published: 19th May 2015 06:02 AM  |   Last Updated: 19th May 2015 06:02 AM   |  A+A-

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CHENNAI: Close to 400 students who are placed under the Tamil Nadu State Level PlacementProgramme (TNSLPP)  from the Chennai Zone, were handed over their offer letters at the Agni College of Technology, recently.

 T  Thyagarajan, director, Centre for University Industry Collaboration (CUIC), Anna University welcomed the gathering.                 

K Selvamani, deputy director, presented the TNSLPP report. M Rajaram, V-C, Anna University, delivered the presidential address and issued the offer letters to 388 students placed in Infosys and CTS.  In his speech, he motivated the students to be creative in their respective fields. Citing many stories, he suggested tips to optimise their inner potential to reach greater heights. R N Jayaprakash, managing trustee lauded the students for their achievements on placements.  S R R Senthil Kumar, principal, Agni College, spoke on the importance of research-oriented learning.        

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