* Selected Students will join their duties in July 2012
* “It is indeed a proud moment for University to have students placed with a company of Global
Repute": Pro Chancellor Ms. Rashmi Mittal
Jalandhar: PepsiCo India has selected ten MBA students of Lovely Professional University in a meticulously conducted Placement Drive. Selected as On Job Trainees at the salary package of Rs 2.80 Lac per annum plus incentives, the selected students are going to join their duties during the month of July 2012 at various PepsiCo Offices across India.
Congratulating the successful students, the Pro Chancellor of the University, Ms. Rashmi Mittal said: "It is indeed a great moment of pride for the University that our Selected MBA students will now have their responsibilities towards exemplary practices under a company of global repute. We are also happy that these students will be carrying a global name in their resume at so early a stage, right in the entry of their career. “She added, “We also hope to see such students at the helm of global operations of the companies of such stature."
In a short period of 20 years PepsiCo has grown into the largest and one of the fastest growing food & beverage business in India. PepsiCo India's growth has been guided by PepsiCo's global vision of "Performance with Purpose". One of the largest US multinational investors in the country with an investment of over $1 billion, PepsiCo India provides direct and indirect employment to over 1,50,000 people across the country. It's beverage and snack food business is supported by 36 beverage bottling plants, (13 company and 23 franchisee owned) and three food plants. PepsiCo India's diverse portfolio includes many iconic brands.
On her success, one of the selected girl-students, Fairy said: "I am very happy to get placed with company of my dreams. I knew that PepsiCo has been offering employment to women employees at the same employment terms and equal growth opportunities as men. Moreover, the Chair-person & CEO, PepsiCo, Ms Indra Nooyi, is herself my ideal-idol; I, too, aspire to prove my worth like her to bring name and fame to my nation, alma-mater, parents and myself."