Hyundai Motors selects 12 Automobile Engineers from CPC Gharuan

First batch of trained engineers passes out from Hyundai Professional Development Centre at Chandigarh University India’s second largest automobile company, Hyundai Motors have selected 12 Automobile Engineering (Diploma) students of Chandigarh Polytechnic College (CPC), Gharuan during a campus placement drive conducted at the campus of Chandigarh University. The selected students were among the first batch of 35 automobile engineering (Diploma) students who completed their training at Hyundai Professional Development Centre which is a joint venture of Hyundai Motors India and CPC Gharuan.
The selected 12 automobile engineers were given offer letter by Mr. Gaurav Sharma, Regional Manager, Hyundai Motors along with Satnam Singh Sandhu, Chancellor, Chandigarh University during a ceremony held at university campus while the first batch of 35 students who completed their training at Hyundai Professional Development Centre were awarded with the Certificate of Participation. Mr. Abhinav Narual, APSC, Hyundai Motors along with other company officals were also present on the occasion.
While addressing the students, Mr. Gaurav said, “The selection of 12 students shows the success of our venture Hyundai Professional Development Centre with CPC Gharuan which is aimed at grooming of youth and developing the necessary skills among them which are required by the automobile industry”. Started under the Skill India campaign, HPDC would act as breeding ground where automobile engineering students would be trained on the latest technologies and tools being used by Hyundai under the guidance of company experts, he added.
Congratulating the selected students, Satnam Singh Sandhu, Chancellor, CU said, “The motive of educational institutions is not merely awarding of degrees, the aim should be to inculcate the skill set among the students and prepare them as per the industry standards”. It is with this aim that Chandigarh University has established strong bonding with the corporates such as Hyundai Motors so that students are able to meet industry experts and understand their requirements, added Sandhu.
“It is a win-win situation for both students and industry as the students are able to get placed in top companies much before their complete their degrees, while the industry is getting pre-trained human task force which ready to join them and requires no further training” said Mr. Gurmeet Swag, Principal, Chandigarh Polytechnic College, Gharuan.