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Lovely Professional University has announced NEAT 2009,National Engineering Aptitude Test,to be conducted in a span of eight days from May 3 to 10.

Written by EXPRESS FEATURES SERVICE |
April 28, 2009 2:32:23 am

Testing times
Lovely Professional University has announced NEAT 2009,National Engineering Aptitude Test,to be conducted in a span of eight days from May 3 to 10. The University will begin admissions to its B Tech (Hons),B Tech (Hons)-M Tech and B Tech (Hons)-MBA program through NEAT 2009 (National Engineering Aptitude Test) online. The test will be stretched across a span of eight days and the test sessions will be conducted twice a day – in the morning and the afternoon. This has been done to ensure better flexibility for the students. The test will be conducted in 60 cities across the nation. The syllabus of the test is in accordance with the syllabi of class XI and XII,for non-medical and medical streams. Successful students will be admitted to various streams of Engineering (Hons) program viz. Electronics and Communication,Computer Sciences,Mechanical Engineering,Information Technology,Civil Engineering,Biotechnology. The distinct feature of the Honours program is that it has been designed as per American standards.

Placement success
Indian Institute of Foreign Trade (IIFT) has announced that they have registered 100 per cent placement in 2009. The signs looked gloomy for the recruitment season across B-schools,yet IIFT managed to rise to the challenge,ensuring 100 percent placements for its students. In the process,it has added 20 per centmore recruiters to its previous year’s numbers. This placement season at IIFT witnessed 73 companies of which only 62 could recruit students,a 20 per cent rise in number of companies over the previous year. Industry leaders like Arthur D’Little,ITC,Colgate Palmolive,Nomura Holdings,Coca Cola,Mahindra & Mahindra,Bharti Airtel,Glenmark,Titan,Bajaj Auto,Cargill,Tata Motors,Axis Bank,ICRA,Unicon Securities,Eli Lilly,Vodafone,Virgin Mobile,Philips Godfrey,Essar Group,Tata Steel and others visited the campus for recruiting students for various roles like marketing,corporate finance,treasury,international business,general management,consulting and so on. IIFT has set up a number of Research Centres,like the Centre for WTO Studies,the Centre for International Trade and Technology and the Centre for Small and Medium Enterprises. The activities of these centers reinforce the research orientation of the pedagogy.

Ray of hope
EdServ Softsystems Ltd has launched its POWER PARTNER model targeting 1 million live job positions to be accessed through an estimated 2,000 Job Booths (Placement Campuses) across the country,over the next 12 months,using EdServ’s secured private portal called LAMPS. Edserv’s Job Booths will comprise of EdCenters and EdCampuses that provide a patented online learning and placement model through direct client connectivity. LAMPS shall also carry out appropriate

Pre-Career Assessments (PCA) before a resource is mapped to its most suitable job. Speaking about the new initiative S Giridharan,CEO,EdServ Softsystems Limited said,“The Power Partner business model will provide the franchisee a Multi-Point Earning mechanism (MPE) to help partners get profits at even the driest period of business. The model will also assure quick returns for their investments. EdServ has already tied-up with several clients from across domains,including IT. We have over 10,000 live job positions on our LAMPS engine as on date and its growing every day.”

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