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Twenty four students of PDM University, Delhi, were selected by Amazon Limited in a campus drive for the final year students of Bachelor in Technology, Business Administration and Computer Applications at its Bahadurgarh Campus. A team of eight officers from Amazon Limited conducted the selection process, done in various rounds including online written test, personal interview followed by the voice test. More than three hundred students participated in the selection process out of which 24 students were offered job by the Company, as per Dr Raju Tyagi, placement officer of PDM University.

Nearly 250 students of the university have been selected in established companies like Trident Group, Yamaha and Reliance Jio in the recent past, he added. The CEO of the university Chitresh Lather said that innovative teaching methodology, state-of-the-art technology and facilities along with seminars, conferences, guest lectures and interaction with the various subject experts is provided for the overall development of the students.

 
 
 
 
 

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