A placement cell for the lone B.Tech batch in DU set up

It has been nothing short of a roller coaster ride to study in the one and only B.Tech batch of Delhi University. Introduced in 2013 as a part of Four Year Undergraduate Program, commonly known as the FYUP, it enrolled around 2500 students to the B.Tech course. Now, it is the only course with a duration of four years, instead of the regular three year courses of Delhi University.

Various B.Tech courses offered at Delhi University are Computer Science, Electronics, Food Technology, Polymer Science and Instrumentation. Recently, the All India Council of Technical Education (AICTE) approved all the five B.Tech courses offered by 27 DU colleges, hence ensuring that they are technically equivalent to B.Tech courses offered in other colleges or universities

Many B.Tech students have been sincerely involved in the Delhi University Innovation Projects. Almost everyone has participated enthusiastically in some technical workshops, seminars, presentations, internships, online courses, and projects.

Considering the excellent progress and performance of DU in terms of placements, a common placement cell – DU B.Tech Placement Cell (DUBPC) – has been created solely for the students of the B.Tech batch of 2017. The aim is to liaison with corporate organisations to provide suitable job opportunities to the aspirants after completion of their B.Tech studies from the University of Delhi. Under one umbrella, they’ll be driven towards the same goal- to seek invaluable support of the corporate world and enhance their competencies. DUBPC has maintained a database catalogue of all the B.Tech students (their specialisation, interests, work experience, various skills and academic performance).The DUBPC website has also been designed in a way that it acts as job search portal for both the students and recruiting companies to select the best ones from the talent pool.

DUBPC will also organise a few orientation sessions which will boost the industry-students interaction. As per their tentative schedule, they also plan to organise placement drives in the mid of October and December, 2016 with some of the DU colleges as the venue to reach out maximum B.Tech students. Each day, more than 500 students will be participating in the recruitment process.

The DUBPC team said, “It is assured that companies would find potential candidates meeting their requirements in all domains. We are highly grateful to assist them in their recruitment process, for reposing faith in our students and to help nurture their skills.”

They warmly invite the interested companies to actively participate in their endeavour and register themselves at their website-

Lovleen Kaur ; 'I'm currently pursuing B. Com Honors from Jesus and Mary College. Extremely clumsy and lazy, I talk, eat and sleep way too much. A debater and cartoonist, I like expressing my views on almost everything possible. Being an ambivert, with an abnormally unpredictable nature and weirdest laugh, I like being surrounded by books all the time.'

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