CGC Jhanjeri awarded as North India’s Fastest Growing Educational Group at Iconic Education Summit & Awards 2021
Jhanjeri : Chandigarh Group of Colleges, Jhanjeri is awarded with North India’s Fastest Growing Education Group award at the Iconic Education Summit & Awards 2021 for the creativity, innovation and quality culture in its education system. This award is bestowed in recognition for the remarkable placement record that CGC Jhanjeri has achieved ever since its inception. This feat is the result of relentless hard work by the highly efficient placement cell . The motto of CGC Jhanjeri is to provide Academic Excellence and Quality Placement and the majority of its students are hired even before they pass out from the college. Such prestigious recognition signify that its exceptional work in academics and placement has been noticed far and wide. over 757 companies have visited for campus placement, with more than 7412 placement offers and highest package offered was of 36 LPA.
Sahil Kapoor, Associate Director, Marketing and Business Development on behalf of CGC Jhanjeri to receive the prestigious award from Smt. Jaya Prada, Indian Actress and Politician, Shri Faggan Singh Kulaste, Union Minister of State for Steel & Rural Development, Government of India, Shri Adesh Gupta, Member of Bhartiya Janta Party and Former Mayor of North Delhi Municipal Corporation. Various other dignitaries were also present at the event including Shri Chaudhary Udaybhan Singh, Micro Small and Medium Enterprise, Govt. U.P., Shri Vijay Pal Singh Tomar, Member of Parliament, Rajya Sabha, Shri Rajkumar Chahar, Member of Parliament, Lok Sabha.Speaking on the occasion Arsh Dhaliwal, Managing Director, CGC Jhanjeri, said that we will continue to work towards providing top quality higher education and create professionals who can contribute productively towards the development of the country.He further added taht CGC Jhanjeri follows student centric policies thats the reason is known for providing the best academics and placement service to students.