Month of Glory!
Updated: Dec 7, 2021
5 September 2021, New Delhi
Saksham: The Placement and E-Cell of Satyawati College(M) has offered placements diligently and the previous month was no less than a door of new opportunities for the students of the Satyawati college. In the month of August, companies like Ajira, Pub Crawlers, PlanetSpark, Student Junction, Avlin Studios, Mahika Mishra Foundation, GirlUp Ziba, Kavach, Ed Tech Colloid, Nanhi Kashtiyan, Geotech Tracking Solutions, Enuke and many more offered roles in their respective companies to students of the college.
In total, the Placement Cell shared opportunities from 20 companies in the month of August. Along with all the above named companies, Zomato and Gillette Guard and Brandtouch extended an impressive opportunity with Cost to Company as 10 LPA and Stipend as 5K per month respectively. Moreover, Garniche and Skrolled offered respective opportunities to the students with a Stipend of 10K per month in the respective companies.
Furthermore, Saksham brought an informative opportunity with a webinar by CAFTA an initiative of Enrst and Young Global Limited (EY) on the topic “The Correct Approaches for solving a case study” which indeed was very helpful for students.
Apart from placement offers and webinars, Saksham never leaves entertainment behind. Saksham collaborated with TribeVibe and organised SUNBURN FRESHERS for all the students of Satyawati College. The event was dated on 21-22 August 2021 and it witnessed a grand audience from our college students. The primal attractions of the event were EDM, Asees Kaur, Vivek Singh, Anuv Jain, The Yellow Diary and Taba Chake. So, Saksham fulfilled the desires and hopes of all the students in a beautiful way.
Last but not least, Saksham posts eye-catching and knowledgeable blogs on its websites to cater to the minds of 3000+ visitors on its website. Ultimately, Saksham never leaves a chance to provide best outputs to Satyawati students and for that appreciation must be received by the hardworking Team Saksham. In the end, Saksham will grow to have wider opportunities but will still remain an entertainment hub too.