Kovai Kalaimagal College of Arts and Science (KKCAS) organized a function to distribute the Letters of Appointment to the final year students, recently. Dr T.Lasya, Managing Trustee, St. Peter’s Institute of Higher Education and Research, Chennai was the Chief Guest. She distributed the job offer letters to the students. The students received 621 offers from various companies such as TCS, Infosys, IDBI, CTS, KGISL GASA Grand, ICICI Bank, Chola Group of Company, Leon Infotech and much more.
A.Gokulakrishnan, Correspondent, Keerthiman Matriculation Higher Secondary School, Kanuvai, A.Sakthivel, Retried Headmaster, V. Jayamani, Principal, Premier Vidhya Vikash Matric Higher Secondary School, Pooluvapatti, Coimbatore and A. Savithri, Head mistress, Isha Vidyalaya Matric Higher Secondary School, Smt. Ranjani, Principal, Sree Narayana Matriculation Higher Secondary School, Pooluvaptty, J.Santhosh Kumar, Principal, Sethu Vidhayala Matriculation Higher Secondary School, Kurumbapalaym were the guests of honor.
Mala, Principal, KKCAS welcomed the gathering and appreciated the students for their efforts. Dr. P. Natarjan, Academic Director, KKET, presided over the function. In his address he cited the example of how Japan after its total disaster raised to the level of competing with USA & UK following strictly the three principles namely maintaining quality, customer orientation and respect for humanity, and advised the students to follow the same principles to be successful in their future profession that they are going to take up.
A. Chinnaraju, Secretary, KKCAS felicitated the gathering and asked the students to be ever grateful to their parents since the students would not have reached the level in which they are at present but for their sacrifice and hard-work. M. Thangavelu and S. Subramaniam, Trustees of KKCAS graced the function with their presence. Dr. A. Krishnamurthy, Executive Secretary, presented the annual report of the placement cell. Dr. R. Gunasekaran, HoD, Computer Science and Engineering, Coimbatore Institute of Engineering and Technology proposed the Vote of Thanks.