Srinagar – The recruitment team of Godrej Saturday visited the campus for the on-spot interviews of the candidates.
The inaugural session of the campus recruitment was chaired by Registrar of the Kashmir University, Prof. Zaffer Ahmed Reshi who while welcoming the dignitaries from Godrej Group said that Academia being the main generator of knowledge and manpower need to work in tandem with the industry.
He emphasized on aligning higher education and research with the current and future requirements of industries.
KU is committed to delivering quality education by focusing on all fronts including clean efficient administration, quality research, and participative management in governance, said Reshi.
He further added that University of Kashmir would welcome constructive suggestions and inputs from Corporate India and other stakeholders to make the various processes, procedures and curricula more contemporary, relevant, efficient and result oriented.
He assured the recruiting team that The Business School has the best talent pool available with potential to transform the corporate landscape of India if appropriate opportunities are provided to them.
Reshi thanked JN Godrej Chairman, Godrej Industries for taking this initiative and recruiting from the campus of The Business School.
Vice President of Marketing Godrej Cavas Dumaisia said that Godrej is a highly respected and trusted business group of India and our standards of recruitment are very high.
“The Business School has over the years worked very hard to attain excellence in the field of Business Management; the quality of the students is at par with the best management institutions of the country”.
After the inaugural session the recruitment process began which consisted Group Discussion, Case Studies and Personal Interviews.
At the completion of the process four students were selected for various positions in Godrej Group. The campus recruitment by Godrej Industries was coordinated by Placement Officer of The Business School M. Ayub Shah.
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