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Campus placements at COEP a success story

DNPUN22352 | 1/10/2010 | Author : Manasi Saraf Joshi & Gitesh Shelke | WC :382 | Cinema & Entertainment

Five students have bagged offers with an annual salary of Rs18.5 lakh; 324 have secured jobs on the first two days

The campus placements at the College of Engineering, Pune (COEP) started on an impressive note from Thursday.
A total of 324 students from all the six branches of engineering have secured jobs on the first two days.
The Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) recruited 142 students.
Moreover, five students have bagged offers from a Japanese company with an annual salary of Rs18.5 lakh.
All these students are from eighth semester of information technology (IT) and electronics and telecommunications (E&TC) branches.
The COEP received good response in the first round of interviews from 24 core engineering and software companies in the last two days.
COEP director Dr Anil Sahasrabuddhe said campus interviews hav
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