June 8th, 2018

Hyundai Motors selects 16 Automobile Engineers students for Hyundai Dealerships.

Hyundai Motors India Limited’s, Regional Training Centre, Panchkula, conducted placement drive for 2nd Batch of Automobile Engineering students, on successful completion of the training imparted at Hyundai Professional Development Center on 8th June, 2018.

An endeavor to contribute towards Skill India initiative, Chandigarh Polytechnic College (CPC) and Hyundai Motor India Limited (HMIL) had collaborated and "Hyundai Professional Development Center", first of its kind in India, had been established to support and provide pre-placement training for enhancing the employability skills and employment to students of Automobile Engineering. The fully equipped professional development center was inaugurated at CPC, Gharuan on 18th November’2016.

HMIL’s Regional Training Centre selected 16 Automobile Engineering (Diploma) students for Hyundai dealerships of Chandigarh, Mohali, Panchkula, Ludhiana, Zirakpur , Kharar and Morinda during Placement Day for the 2nd Batch of Automobile Engineering students being trained at Hyundai Professional Development Center at CPC.

29 students from Automobile Engineering Department had enrolled themselves for the training at Hyundai Professional Development Center at CPC during their final year from June’17- April’18. 25 students successfully completed their training and were awarded Certificates on the Placement Day held at CPC. 16 students got selected for the post of Service Advisor in various dealerships of Hyundai Motors India Limited. They were given offer letters by Mr. Amit Sharma, Regional Parts & Service Head along with Principal, Chandigarh Polytechnic College, Prof. (Dr.) Gurmeet Singh Swag during Placement Day held at college campus.

Mr. Amit Sharma, Regional Parts & Service Head, appreciated the hard work of students and faculty and whole-heartedly welcomed them to Hyundai family.

Congratulating the selected students,S. Satnam Singh Sandhu, Hon’bleChancellor, 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 Polytechnic College 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 Chancellor, Chandigarh University.

“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.