B. Tech pass outs of 2010 to get jobs with IBM and allied concerns
82 engineering and IT students make it to IBM’s list after placement drive at Rayat and Bahra institutes
Mohali, April 8: As many as 82 students from Rayat- Bahra group of institutions have been selected by IT giant IBM for its vacancies across India after a placement drive organized at Rayat - Bahra campus. 66 students from Rayat Institute of Engineering and Information Technology, RIEIT, Railmajra and 16 students from Rayat-Bahra Institute of Engineering and Bio Technology, RBIEBT, Mohali have made it to the list of final selections after a comprehensive placement drive which sought to appoint Software Trainees from amongst 2010 B. Tech pass outs from the institute.
Sardar Gurvinder Singh Bahra, Vice Chairman, Rayat-Bahra group informed that the selection comes particularly as a major push to the placement activity in the region in wake of ongoing downturn in economy and a negative sentiment of job cuts and lay offs across the world. IBM, an international IT major venturing in India since 1970s has selected our students after a careful scrutiny of hundreds of candidates through a series of tests including aptitude tests, Technical tests and HR interviews prior to issuance of Letters of Intent. Beginning with a pay package ranging from Rs 2 Lakhs per annum to Rs 3.5 Lakhs per annum, the placements with IBM are a major breakthrough for the talented lot of B. Tech pass outs from RIEIT and RBIEBT, said Bahra.
The fact that IBM has chosen Rayat -Bahra group for its enormous placement activity in the existing set of circumstances speaks volumes of the Rayat - Bahra group’s credibility which has been cemented year after year by series of successful campus placement drives, added Bahra.