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Students of various colleges in Guntur district, who got selected in the Infosys, being presented offer letters by ZP Chairperson K. Vijaya in Guntur on Monday. –
Students of various colleges in Guntur district, who got selected in the Infosys, being presented offer letters by ZP Chairperson K. Vijaya in Guntur on Monday. –

Staff Reporter

The highest number of candidates are from Guntur district

GUNTUR: Final year students of various colleges have done the district proud by securing the highest number of placements in the mega campus recruitment drive conducted by the Jawahar Knowledge Centre here in the Government Women’s College in January.

In the campus drive held in January, 1,872 students attended from Krishna, Guntur, and Khammam and Prakasam districts. Out of 562 who got selected, 262 students were from the district, the JKC Coordinator Sasibala said. This is one of the biggest campus recruitment drives held by the JKC and in getting the highest number of placements, the district has become a role model for other districts too, JKC coordinator Sasibala said.

At an impressive function held here on the Government Women’s College premises, the students were presented with the offer letters by Zilla Parishad Chairperson Kuchipudi Vijaya and Grandhalaya Samakhya Samithi Chairman K. Sambasiva Rao.

Stress on soft skills

Speaking on the occasion, the Zilla Parishad Chairperson exhorted the students to overcome the barriers of language and soft skills by training in the JKCs. The Government has provided many avenues of learning, out of which the JKCs were the best, she said. She asked the girls to shun away from conventional thinking and take up jobs in diverse fields as women have the power and the confidence to excel in all kinds of situations.

Mr. Sambasiva Rao during his address pointed out to the growing number of opportunities before the skilled professionals and advised the students to aim big while choosing their careers.

Guntur-1 MLA Namburu Subhani, MLCs Md. Jani, K.S. Lakshmana Rao and College principal M. Prasada Rao were also present.

The guests advised the students to work hard to keep up the reputation of the JKC by excelling in their jobs and reaching higher levels in life. Upgrading their knowledge periodically needed and adding higher skills to whatever they learnt here in the JKC would make them successful professionals, they said.


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