Unbeatable Campus Placement Drives in the Academic Year 2017-18 

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 Unbeatable Campus Placement Drives in the Academic Year 2017-18 

 JITS organizes invited talk on “LARGE SCALE SYSTEM” by Dr.Jayanta Pal, Professor ,IIT Kharagpur on April 28th 2017

 16 students of JITS grabbed placement in IBM in a campus drive organized by JITS

 JITS organizes Invite Lecture on “Education and Employment opportunities in foreign countries” on 29th January 2017

 20 students of JITS were selected for” IKS Health” Company in campus drive organized by JITS on Dec 21 2016

 17 B.Tech Final Year students were placed in “Inventurus Knowledge Solutions” in Placement Drive organized by JITS on 21st and 22nd December 2016


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