The 11th Graduation Day of Jawahar Science College was held at Seminar Hall, Jawahar Science College, Block-14, Neyveli, on July 22. wherein S.K. Acharya CMD, NLCIL, gave away the degrees to candidates and delivered the graduation day address.
Out of 266 graduates, 216 students received their degree in person and 56 in absentia. Students who have secured university rank in the respective subjects were honoured.
S.K. Acharya in his address stated that the Day is much bigger for parents, institutions and teachers, who have made lot of scarifies for the students. He emphasised that success is not an accident; it is hard work, perseverance, learning, studying, sacrifice and most of all loving what you are doing.
R. Vikraman, Director (HR), in his presidential address said that graduating from an institution is an an end of one phase and the beginning of a new phase. "Be passionate towards your future ambition with much determination, inspiration and enthusiasm," he said.
P.A Senthil Kumar, CGM/P&BD, NLCIL, Vice-President, JES, welcomed the gathering and V.T Chandrasekar, Principal, Jawahar Science College, presented the annual report and administered the graduation oath to the successful students. S.Vinayagamoorthy, DGM/P&BD,NLCIL, Secretary /JSC and other senior officials participated in the event.
Annamalai university counselling
Annamalai University had invited online applications for admission to B.Sc. (Hons.), Agriculture, B.Sc (Hons.) Agriculture (Self-Supporting), and B.Sc (Hons.) Horticulture from April 26 to June 25, 2018.
In total, 8,244 applications have been received for B.Sc. Agriculture, 2,202 applications for B.Sc. (Hons.) Agriculture (Self-Supporting), 887 applications for B.Sc. (Hons.) Horticulture. Among the received applications, 194 applications were rejected for B.Sc (Hons.) Agriculture, 29 applications rejected for B.Sc (Hons.) Agriculture (Self-Supporting), 17 applications for B.Sc. (Hons.) Horticulture. Random number was released on July 4.
The rank list was released for B.Sc. (Hons.) Agriculture, B.Sc. (Hons.) Agriculture (Self-Supporting), and B.Sc. (Hons.) Horticulture on July 12.
On July 23, 2018, B.Sc.(Hons.) Agriculture Counseling was held in the Sastri Hall of Annamalai University. For the differently-abled category, out of 39 differently-abled candidates called, 13 candidates attended the counselling and 7 eligible candidates received admission card. In the General Category, 634 candidates were called, 181 students attended and were selected for admission.
Vice-Chancellor V. Murugesan and Member of Legislative Assembly, Chidambaram constituency and Member Syndicate, Annamalai University K.A. Pandian and former Minister Selvi Ramajayam distributed the admission cards to students on first day of the counselling. Dean, Faculty of Indian Languages and Member Syndicate V. Thiruvalluvan, Registrar (i/c) K. Arumugam, Dean, Faculty of Agriculture V. Ravichandran, Deans of the Faculties, officers of the University, heads of study, Admission Advisor T. Ramkumar, dignitaries from Chidambaram and students with parents were present.
Candidates can refer to the University website www.annamalaiuniversity .ac.in. for more information or call help-line 04144-238349, E-mail : [email protected] com.
ZOHO Corporation campus recruitment
A multinational company ZOHO Corporation had organised its campus recruitment process in Sri Manakula Vinayagar Engineering College on June 26. Sixteen students received the offer letters and internships with an annual package of Rs 6.6 lakh and Rs 4.6 lakh respectively.
ZOHO Corporation is an Indian software development company. It was established in 1966 in Pleasanton, California, and has now offices in seven countries with its global headquarters in Chennai. It is noteworthy that the students were recruited at the beginning of the academic year 2018-19. The recruitment process included six rounds in which first three rounds were meant to assess programming skill. The shortlisted candidates appeared for the next level in which their technical, managerial skill is evaluated and face-to-face interviews were conducted.
Moreover, two students got placement in L & T and 10 received offer letters and internship offers from UNISYS. In total, at least 28 students were placed this academic year.
M. Dhanasekaran, Chairman and Managing Director, said that the students should bring fame and name to the college and parents by achieving better position in the working environment.
Vice Chairman S.V. Sugumaran, MLA, applauded the students and advised that they should bring respect to their parents in society.
Sri Venkateswaraa Group of Institutions (SVGI), Ariyur, Puducherry, a premier education provider, took the flagship initiative of inaugurating the
‘Student Counselling Centre’
on its premises on July 16. This centre has been created based on the recommendations of UGC, New Delhi, 2012-2015, that mandates all providers of Higher Educational Institutions (HEI’s) across the country to have a student counselling centre.
The inauguration meeting and the ceremony was conducted in the presence of Radha Ramachandiran, founder Chairman, B. Ramachandiran, Chairman, SVGI, Subhash Chandra Parija, Director of SVGI, S. Ratnasamy, Dean, Sri Venkateswaraa Medical College Hospital, Muniappan, Medical Superintendent and Principals of Sri Venkateswaraa Dental College, Nursing College, Engineering College, physiotherapy, paramedical sciences, faculties and students from each college.
B. Ramachandiran, Chairman, SVGI, inaugurated the student counselling centre. He acknowledged that SVGI had always placed the health and welfare of all its students in the forefront. The Chairman highlighted the role of SVGI as a leading provider of quality education to students of the Union Territory of Puducherry for more than a decade now. He encouraged students from medical, dental, nursing, physiotherapy and paramedical sciences to seek the support from the counselling centre.
Subhash Chandra Parija, Director of SVGI, who had pioneered this initiative at SVGI, stressed upon the emotional difficulties that students face during their transition from school to college.
He felt that a confidential and friendly counselling process might definitely benefit and prevent students from developing psychological problems, unhealthy habits such as alcohol, smoking and developing suicidal behaviours. S. Ratnasamy, Dean, Sri Venkateswaraa Medical College Hospital, welcomed the concept of student counselling centre and expressed his strong support for the initiative.
Contributed by S. Senthalir
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