Backed with strong legacy of campus placements drive since its inception, Chandigarh University (CU) has managed to provide campus placements through its flagship Joint Placement Programme (JPP) to not only to its own students but students from all over Punjab, Chandigarh, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh, J&K, Rajasthan, Delhi and UP.
The success story of Joint Placement Programme (JPP) for passed-out batches can be ascertained that more than 425 Multi-National Companies like HCL, Tech Mahindra, TVS Motors, Jubilant Foods, L7T Infotech and others conducted campus recruitment programs for passing-out batch. Campus recruitment program was accompanied by Multi-National companies for students of all Streams such as Engineering, MCA, MBA, Hotel Management, Bio-Technology, Airlines-Tourism, and Animation etc. Since its launch, Joint Placement Programme (JPP) of Chandigarh University (CU) has provided job placement opportunities to more than 54,000 students of North India with more than 1000 Multi-Nationals recruited students so far under the program.
Announcing Joint Placement Programme (JPP) for Batch 2016
Inviting 2017 passing out batch for registration
After the success of Joint Placement Drives for 2016 passing out batch, Chandigarh University (CU) have opened online registrations for 2016 passing out batch. On the pattern of JPP 2015, on-line applications are invited from Engineering, MCA, MBA, Hotel Management, Bio-Technology, Pharmacy and any other Graduation/ Post-Graduation all over India to apply for Joint campus recruitment program.
Continuing JPP for Batch 2016
Although Chandigarh University has already offered placement opportunities through its flagship Joint Placement Programme (JPP)
for 2016 passed-out batch, yet understanding its Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR), CU-Gharuan invites registration for Joint Placement Programme (JPP) for Batch 2016 students.
- Record salary package offered of Rs. 24 lacs
- 425 Multi-Nationals recruited students of 2016 passing-out batch
- Companies like HP, SAP Labs, Amazon visited Punjab for 1st time for campus placements
- 54,000 students of North India offered platform under JPP