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The varsity will also be taking placements online so that even students from colleges located in remote areas can register and get an opportunity to try their hand in securing a job (Picture for representational purpose only)

HYDERABAD: To address the industry-academia gap and ensure that students are ready to take up jobs, the Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University, Hyderabad (JNTUH) is planning to impart training from the first year of engineering to help students secure placements.
The varsity will also be taking placements online so that even students from colleges located in remote areas can register and get an opportunity to try their hand in securing a job. To make this possible, JNTUH formed a college placement umbrella (CPU), which will work closely with the training and placement officers of all the engineering colleges.
“Right now, companies are visiting only a few colleges for campus placements. Several colleges, especially those located in rural and remote areas, have no placements, and students from these colleges are forced to do additional courses after engineering to get a job,” said M Sesha Rao, head, CPU, adding that their main motive is to help these students.
“The entire selection process will be conducted online through this platform. Any student can register and be part of the placement process. This is going to benefit rural students,” said M Manzoor Hussain, registrar, JNTUH.

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