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19 students find employment in the textile industry in Ludhiana

By on July 5, 2022 0

19 students from Government Institute of Textile Chemistry and Knitting Technology, Ludhiana got jobs in various textile industries in Ludhiana with salaries of almost 2.88 lakh per year

Up to 19 students from the Government Institute of Textile Chemistry and Knitting Technology, Ludhiana, have secured jobs in various textile industries during a job placement camp held here at the institute.

Director Kanu Sharma said the selected 2,022 students graduated in textile technology and textile processing and were placed in industries including Vardhman Yarn and Threads Limited, Ludhiana; Arvind Limited, Ahmadabad; Tincture of Oswal, Ludhiana; Star Cotex Private Limited, Ludhiana; Raj Knitwear, Ludhiana; Chopra Knitwear, Ludhiana; PI Cotex Private Limited, Ludhiana; Pawan tincture, Ludhiana; Ajit Fabric Private, Ludhiana; Ekta dyeing and finishing house; Amar Industries Private Limited; and others.

The principal said the students were selected with salary packages of almost 2.88 lakh per year and further urged young people to join the institute to build their careers. While distributing nomination letters, he wished the students good luck, besides urging them to make a name for themselves in this industry through their hard work and dedication.

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