Lal Bahadur Shastri Institute of Management and Development Studies – LBSIMDS

Lal Bahadur Shastri Institute of Management & Development Studies

<a href="javascript:void(0);">TOP MNC€™S HIRING LOCAL TALENTS FROM LUCKNOW</a>



Gone are the days when people thought of moving to big cities for better career prospects. These days, small-town hiring is becoming more organized. Top MNC’s and employment agencies are following and expanding their footsteps to tier-2 and -3 cities. This move sets out two purposes. Firstly, to source talent from these towns/cities for local hiring and secondly, to tap into the tier-2 and -3 job-market talent for pan-national requirements. This shift has been very advantageous for our own city, Lucknow.

Journey from a laid-back city of the period of Nawabs to a city of fast moving buses, cabs, women’s powerline and metro, the transformation has been tremendous. With the stupendous infrastructural development, Lucknow is now one of the preferred spots for quality education and placements. Lucknow is home to a number of prominent educational and research organisations including Indian Institute of Management Lucknow (IIM-L), Indian Institute of Information Technology, Lucknow (IIIT-L), Institute of Engineering and Technology (IET), Institute of Hotel Management, Lucknow (IHM), King George’s Medical University (KGMU), University of Lucknow, Lal Bahadur Shastri Group of Institutes, etc. Due to the reasons like these and more, Lucknow is ranked sixth in a list of the ten fastest growing job-creating cities in India, which is expected to create thousands of job opportunities in the state.

Top giants like Deloitte, TCS, Wipro, HCL, Nestle, LG, Shoppers Stop etc. have started hunting local talents from Lucknow. Several Lucknowites have been placed in top companies across the globe. This trend is increasing day by day. In spite of our city’s gigantic growth, many of the local talents still reckon for job avenues in bigger cities only. They must understand and tap this change. With the right strategies and efforts, they can grab these opportunities.

We at Lal Bahadur Shastri Group of Institutes help our students in focusing on skills required to get placed in reputed companies. Recently, we got our students placed in reputed companies like Deloitte, TCS, LG, Infosys, Wipro etc. To name a few- Miss Komal Kanaujia, Miss. Chitranshi Sonker, Mr. Bhanu Pratap of MBA stream got placed in LG. Mr. Vivek Kumar, Miss Neha Singh, Miss Alka, Miss Poonam, Miss Sujata of MBA got selected in PVR Cinemas. Miss Shreya Anil Pandey and Miss Anjali Mishra of MBA got selected in SRVA Education with a wholesome package. Miss Anchal Awasthi of MCA and Miss Tanya Varshney of BCA got placed in TCS Miss Shivani Pandey of BCA got selected in Deloitte. Miss Sakshi Bajpai and Miss Isha Arora of BCA got selected in Wipro and Infosys respectively. These are only a handful of names from our entire pool of recently placed candidates, the list goes on.

The Placement Department of the institute consists of a team of members who expertize in Management & IT placements. The team is responsible for developing and maintaining associations with companies and inviting them for campus drive for the students. We are familiar with and prepare the students for the competitive professional world. This is how our students secure best placements in Management and IT across varied organisations like Deloitte, Infosys, TCS, Asian Paints, HCL, GLOBUS, LG, ICICI Bank, Tata Motors, etc.

So, the next time you are looking out for a college that will help you to get a good job, don’t restrict your search to the big tier-1 cities only. The job prospects in developing cities like Lucknow, are quickly becoming coruscating. Lucknow is also becoming a ‘tech hub’ which act as a magnet for professionals seeking employment within the technology sector. For job aspirants, this presents a bigger and wider array of opportunities since employment trends point to exciting career prospects even beyond the metros.
-Vishakha Gupta

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