Healthy Hiring Trends On Campuses

Healthy Hiring Trends On Campuses

The Manav Rachna International University, India’s premier private university, has claimed to have achieved a 100 per cent record in campus placements this year for the 2009 –2013 batch of students of the Faculty of Engineering and Technology.

The highest pay offered was Rs 7 lakh per annum. The salary packages offered by some of India’s top companies at the campus placement ranged from Rs 1.8 lakh to Rs 5.2 lakh per annum.

More than 36 companies, including Maruti Suzuki, TCS, HCL, Dell, Info gain, L&T InfoTech, Capital IQ, Krishna Maruti, Ceasefire, Senior India Pvt Ltd, Sagacious Research, TNS Telecom Solutions, Accenture, Luminous, Freight, IRTE, Ceasefire, IBM, and UniTech Machines visited the campus for recruitment.

A total of 367 students from all departments of the Faculty of Engineering & Technology appeared for the placement process. From the Computer Science stream alone, a total of 81 students were placed. Around 86 per cent of students from the mechanical stream have been successfully placed in various leading companies.

The Galgotias College of Engineering and Technology (GCET), too, claimed to set a record of sorts with 90 per cent of its students getting offer letters from different companies. The total number of placements by May first week had hit a high of 715. The highlight of the placement season is that 47 new companies entered the campus to net the talent for their enterprises. Galgotias College of Engineering placement was 100 per cent in 2009, 2010, 2011 and 2012.

More than 150 companies like Accenture, Wipro Technologies, Infosys, Microsoft, Intelligrap, Headstrong, Dell International, Capgemini, Impetus, MAQ Software, Precision Automation and Robotics India Ltd, Thought works Technologies, Sobha Developers, L&T and Samsung have visited the campus.

Besides engineering graduates, management students have also been in demand among different companies. Vanguard Business School, Bangalore, claims to have registered full placement for the first batch (2013) of its flagship PGPM course.

A total of 35 students from a batch of 2013 opted to be placed through the institute’s campus placements process. A total of 26 companies representing as many as 16 sectors participated in the process.

There were offers at the highest salary level of Rs 5.90 lakh p.a. The average salary crossed Rs 4.22 lakh p.a. The largest intake was from FMCG, Analytics, Retail, Personal Care, ITES, Logistics, BFCI and Education. A total of 40 offers were made.

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