* Salary package is one of the highest salary offers made to students of the region
* Selected ones will join their duties in the month of June 2013
Jalandhar: Offering one of the highest salary packages in the region, one of the strongest banks in the country-Federal Bank Limited has selected six MBA students of LPU on an annual salary package of Rs 6,50,000 (monthly salary amounting to Rs 55,000). Selected under meticulously conducted Federal Bank Campus Recruitment process, the students will join their duties in the month of June 2013.
With more than thousand branches and ATMs across different Indian States, Federal Bank is recognized as one of the major Indian commercial banks, in the private sector. The origin of Federal Bank dates back to the pre-independence era, and it is regularly leaping to become "numero uno" bank and a leading player in target markets. Being customer-centric organization, it has set exemplary benchmarks for service by having a dynamic and energized workforce.
Congratulating selected students, LPU Chancellor Mr Ashok Mittal said: “I am extremely happy to know about the selection of students on a high- salary package, in the very initial phase of their career.” He also told that present MBA batch of the University saw more than100% placement as many students have more than one offer in hand I am very happy that the companies like ITC Ltd, Cease Fire India, Asahi India, Reliance Securities, Asian Paints, Pepsico, Karur Vyasya Bank, ICICI Securities and many other have shown trust in LPU Graduates.”
On being selected, only son of his parents and brother to five sisters, B Tech MBA (Integrated) student Tagya Sharma, who hails from Mandi (Himachal Pradesh), shared jubilantly: “This coveted selection will enable me to perform my duties towards family in the most responsible manner. I have huge responsibility on my shoulders. This selection is inspiring me to reach top in the company and, if God allows I wish to recruit more of the students from my alma-mater in future. Under similar state of ecstasy are MBA Hons students Amitesh Abhinaw, Nishant Verma, Ishfaq shah, Devendra Ojha and Sulabh Jain of MBA (Finance).
Amitesh belongs to Jharkhand, his father is a lawyer and he has to share the responsibility of two younger brothers, still continuing their education. Davinder Ojha is resident of a remote place in Uttar Pradesh, shouldering responsibility of three sisters and his father is Junior Engineer with limited resources. Both of them hold, “LPU’s low fee-structure and scholarship scheme helped us to come from far off places, Dhanbad and Rihand Nagar, to continue our studies. Now, with this selection our dreams have come true. We will try the best to keep on scaling new heights through our learning. In the long run, both of us incline to go for entrepreneurship and consultancy to absorb and guide other students for bright career.”
Ishfaque from J & K says: “In the initial year I was worried about my adjustment in the altered environment, as I had come out of Kashmir for the first time. I was apprehensive about my growth; however, my learning gave me a competitive edge over others, I topped in my class and now I have good offer. My parents are very happy as I will now be caring for the whole affairs of the family. Moreover, I will continue working hard to be top in the world too!” Advising other students to succeed, he forwards that students should be clear towards concepts, have knowledge about happenings around and perfect in communication skills.