Five more students of the Government Engineering College (GEC) landed lucrative jobs (`12 lakh per annum each) in the campus interviews conducted by Bharat Petroleum, here on Saturday.
It may be recalled that last week also Bosch and Land T companies had selected nine GEC students offering them an annual package of `3.60 lakh each.
In the campus interviews held on Saturday, a total of 77 mechanical students of final year and 50 from the civil branch participated.
Of them, 19 mechanical and 12 civil students qualified for the interviews. Five students, namely Vipul Dhawale, Bhushan Patil, Mahesh Patil and Sushant Patil from mechanical branch and Seema Khadse from civil branch were selected.
Initially, they would undergo a training for six months getting a stipend of `40,000 per month. On completing the training, they would be appointed as officers at Bharat Petroleum Refinery in Mumbai on an annual package of `12 lakh, said head of the establishment and training department, Prof Nitin Bhasme.
Principal P S Adwani felicitated the students. On behalf of Bharat Petroleum, Padmanabhan, Yogesh Apte and Minu Jain conducted the interviews