As a part of campus placement, Chandigarh Group of Colleges, Landran by placing 95 percent students of Chandigarh College of Pharmacy across India sets new records. The Chandigarh college of Pharmacy, Landran is the only college to achieve the Best Pharmacy College in Punjab Award and has achieved excellence in various fields to bring multinational companies to procure students of Pharmacy. Apollo Hospital Enterprises, Mankind Pharma, Allied Analytics LLP, Alembic Pharmaceuticals, Indegene Inc., Eris Lifesciences, IDS Infotech, MSD Pharmaceuticals, GlaxoSmithKline, symmetrix biotech pharmaceuticals Ltd and Alcon Laboratories were among the top 25 companies that provided employment opportunities and job offers to the students of CGC, Landran with a minimum annual package of 4Lac.Apollo Hospital enterprises, Sun pharmaceuticals, EIRS Lifesciences, OMICS and IDS Infotech Ltd were the top five international companies that gave offer letters to students of Pharmacy at CGC, Landran.
Anitanshi Kaushik, Namita Bhatia and Parak Juneja said that, ‘the hardwork teaching staff and its vision has made us receive such polished knowledge and offer letter from international companies like these. The examination was really hard to crack, but we are glad to have a faculty so experienced that it seemed really easy.’ Rupinder Thind, Yogesh Kumar, Anand Bahadur, Romando Mishra and Mohit Sharma with four offer letters each said, ‘CGC has an undisputable infrastructure and laboratories that helped us experiment and put our work to practice. We are absolutely thankful to CGC for such a commendable experience of learning.’Satnam Singh Sandhu, Chairman and Rashpal Singh Dhaliwal, President, CGC said ‘Our national awards after aggressive research have brought these companies to pick CGC as one of its central destination for procuring students. Our ambition is to provide employment opportunity to all our students in multinational companies across the nation that makes our students well equipped with the laborites by providing efficient training programmes.’