Mondelez International, the American company that owns Cadbury, a leading British company that produces confectionery products, will conduct its campus recruitment in Government College Engineering, Aurangabad for the first time, on January 17. Interviews for the company will be open only for the mechanical and electronic branches of engineering, said placement incharge professor Nitin Bhasme.
The procedure will consist of group discussions and personal interviews. The selected candidates will be offered a salary of Rs 5.15 lakh per annum. Microsoft had already taken tests at the college, as a part of campus placement process, and the students are now awaiting results of the final test conducted in Bangalore, said Bhasme. Meanwhile, Larsen and Toubro (L&T), the leading Indian multinational, which has business interests in engineering, construction, manufacturing goods, information technology and financial services, conducted tests for campus selection on January 4. Around 75 students — from civil, mechanical and electrical divisions — took their written tests, out of which the company selected 66 students for personal interviews. It will soon declare the list of final candidates, said Bhasme.
As L&T Heavy Engineering and L&T Construction Company have been conducting campus recruitment in the government engineering college for the last 25 years, the college administration has decided to sign a contract with the group, which will enable the students to take industrial training workshop with them, the placement head said. The company has given positive response to the proposal and that they will conduct further talk with the company soon.