June 1st, 2018

Asian paints shortlists 6 students for plant training from cpc, gharuan

Asian Paints, India’s leading and Asia’s 3rd largest Paint Company has shortlisted 6 Mechanical Engineering students of Chandigarh Polytechnic College, Gharuan for one week training at KASNA plant, Greater Noida (UP), through the pre-placement training process conducted at college campus during the final semester.

Upon successful completion of training, the students will be absorbed in any Manufacturing Units of Asian Paints with the package of 4.5- 5.0 LPA. All the students will be felicitated with the training certificates by the company.

Chandigarh Polytechnic College and Asian Paints had collaborated to support and provide pre-placement training for enhancing the employability skills and employment to students of Mechanical Engineering.

A batch of 40 students had undergone the training process at the college campus with a pre-defined syllabus by Asian Paints. The training was jointly provided by CPC faculty and experts from Asian Paints from January to April 2018.

Asian Paints is India’s leading paint company with a group turnover of Rs 168.43 billion. The group has an enviable reputation in the corporate world for professionalism, fast track growth, and building shareholder equity. Asian Paints operates in 16 countries and has 25 paint manufacturing facilities in the world servicing consumers in over 65 countries.

Congratulating the students, Hon’ble Chancellor, Chandigarh University, Sardar Satnam Singh Sandhu said, “The motive of educational institutions is not merely awarding of Diplomas/Degrees, the aim should be to inculcate the skills set among students and prepare them as per the industry standards”. It is with this aim that Chandigarh Polytechnic College has established strong bonding with Corporates such as Asian Paints, Hyundai Motors & Tech Mahindra, so that students are able to meet industry experts and understand their requirements, added Chancellor, CU.

It is a win-win situation for both the students and industry as the students are able to get placed in top companies much before they complete their diplomas while the industry is getting pre-trained human task force to join them and require no further training, said Prof. (Dr.) Gurmeet Singh Swag, Principal, CPC.