Anna university Infosys off campus placement for 2014 batch pass out on Dec 27, 28 2013

CHENNAI: Anna university Centre for University – Industry Collaboration (CUIC) has organised the Tamil Nadu State Level Placement Programme (TNSLPP) for present final year students. Present final year students (2014 Pass out batch) studying in University colleges and Self Financing engineering colleges in Chennai zone can participate in this off campus drive. This Anna university Infosys off campus for 2014 batch is to be conducted on 27th and 28th of December 2013.

Anna university Infosys off campus placement for 2014 batch

Infosys Off campus to be conducted by Anna university for 2014 batch on Dec 27, 28

Eligibility for Anna university off campus placement is student should have CGPA of 8 or more (No rounding off) till 6th semester. He/She should not have any standing arrears. They may have history of arrears. They should have minimum of 75% in 10th and 12th. The student who have already placed in previous Anna university state level placement drive are not eligible. Also who have placed in Infosys in any placement program are not eligible.

Students should pay a one time registration fee of Rs.750/-. Those who have already paid in previous Anna university off campus for 2014 batch, should bring the placement pass book. List of colleges which eligible for this Infosys off campus for 2014 batch is given in the notification which can be got from the below link.

Rounds which will be conducted are Online aptitude test and then Technical interview for those who clear aptitude test.

Anna university off campus Infosys selected list will be published in the Anna university official page.

Placement programme will be conducted at

Anand Institute of Higher Technology,
Kalasalingam Nagar,
Old Mahabalipuram Road,
Kazhipattur – 603 103.
Fill the application form and give it to your college. Contact your college for complete information and guidance.

Anna university Application form and Notification – Download

CTS off campus drive was conducted previously for the same set of students and nearly 500 students were selected.