SRINAGAR: Yes Bank, one of the leading private banks of India Thursday conducted campus recruitment drive at the University of Kashmir and recruited 27 students, a varsity spokesperson said.
The spokesperson said a delegation of the bank headed by Rajnish Dutta, Senior President HR and Pulkit Honda, Vice President Trainings, visited Kashmir University to offer training and employment opportunities and issued appointment letters to 27 students on spot.
While welcoming the students, Dutta said the candidates employed earlier from the varsity have proved their mettle.
He said that they always look for bright and talented youth and further added that youth of Jammu & Kashmir are second to none in terms of their competence and capabilities.
Assistant Vice President Trainings said, “Yes Bank started its operations just nine years back and is evolving as a professional bank of India with its vision of building the best quality bank of the world in India.”
Speaking on the occasion, Zaffar Ahmed Reishi said that KU is taking all possible measures to enhance the employability skills of its students.
Shabir A Bhat, Director Centre for Career Planning and Counseling (CCPC), KU said that the centre has ambitious plans of providing training and employment opportunities to the students of the university and has already started measures for promotion of its talent pool. He further said that in addition to provide coaching for civil services examination and other Entrance examinations the centre has initiated various measures to attract the leading companies to recruit from Kashmir University and as a result of these efforts leading companies like Tata Consultancy Services, Wipro, HCL Info systems, ONGC etc. have visited the university for training and recruitment of more than one thousand youth from the state.
He advised the youth to take full advantage of these opportunities and enhance their skills to be able to operate at a global level.
Syed Hussain Andrabi, Branch Head YES BANK, and his team were also present on the occasion.