<![CDATA[The Central Placement Cell or CPC of Delhi University is open for registrations for year 2014-15. CPC functions as a medium between students and reputed multinational companies, government organizations and private sector. The interested students can register themselves online and fill the form on the official CPC website. The printout of the form will act as an ID card for the student to which he/she will have to attach his/her photograph and get it attested from the principal of their college. Though the placements will only be for the third year students, the first and second year students can register themself for internships for free. The registration fee for the third year candidates is Rupees 100 for General Category and OBC, Rupees 50 for SC/SC and free of cost for PWD. “Once the candidates have filled the form, they will have to appear for group discussions where the company may demand their certificates.” said Dr. Gurpreet Singh Tuteja from CPC “The candidate will be subjected to rejection if the credentials do not match. So it is always better to be on the safer side and provide authentic information.” Although new companies keep registering themselves, companies like Wipro, HCL, HDFC are the regular recruiters at CPC. The salary package varies from 2 to 8 lakhs per annum. “Last year we had a good response from the companies recruiting chemistry students. But the salary package and company interests keep varying every year. The banking sector, placements for content writing has also gone up.” Said Dr. Tuteja. So far, CPC has received around 3000 applications for placements and approximately 6000 for internships. According to Dr. Tuteja, the registrations will not close anytime soon. The closing date for registrations will be announced online. ]]>
A first year student of English in Miranda House, Himanshi can be best described as someone who loves to read, write and sing. She worships Pink Floyd and Kurt Cobain. When not writing quirky lyrics and articles, she can be found singing on the top of her lungs. She wants to spend her life exploring her fixation with country music and Chevy trucks while travelling and writing about it, listening to any Beatles song in the background.
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