100 % job placement. The paint Manufacturing / application industry offers a starting job of Supervisor or Chemist or a Marketing Executive and average salary packages between 1.5 lakh and 2.5 lakhs per annum. Salary package is different across the industry. Over a period of time, the person can progress to senior level and salary increases accordingly with respect to the position.
Placements and job opportunities are good for all PG departments, Biotech, Electronics, Computer Science, Economics, Mathematics and Statistics department. Also, Wipro use to visit to get candidates for their WASE and WISTA course which attracted may students. Many of them were recommended for research and admission in foreign countries to now are well settled and busy researching/pursuing further studies there.
No, our college didn't give any internship opportunity to students during B.Sc course while for others(PG/BA) it was available. Most of the students were topper so were doing their own research and were also getting Rs 80000 yearly scholarship.
For arts background students, the placements do not take place. However, for vocational and science background students, placements are done. Many reputed companies visit the campus for the purpose. Also, many Psychology and Economics students acquire jobs through placements sometimes.
No. As we are arts students the college does not provide for any internship. It is available for vocational and science courses.
Average pay offered was about 2.1 lakhs/annum. Some of the names which I remember seeing from training and placement office were mostly the service based. Wipro, zest, infosys, winsoft, patni , nvidia, john derre, syntel, r systems. Most the firms we saw were IT based service industry firms.
As per current market conditions job opportunities in college campus placements are improving slowly. The number of companies coming to college for placements is increasing steadily.
College don't provide any kind of internship but placement assistance is there for all. For people from economically backward class, college provide earn & learn scheme for which they get stipend for their work.
Its just ok. Only few companies came to campus recruitment. One had Aptitude test but after that company didn't contacted back that was the bad experience.
Many of my friends got placements and opprtunities. Some friends joined the comapnies and some dint . I dont remember all comaony naes but few off them was HP( hewlette packard), idea, spensor.
Actually many companies came in campus for placements but unfortunately i dint gave any interview because my aims was something different. And i wanted to study more so i avoid to give interviews.
No placements, as this was not a professional education college, there was no placement cell in college. The student found job on there own.
No internship, as this was not a professional education college, there was no placement cell in college and onus was on student to find out job for themselves.
Though we did not had much placement opportunities for our batch but most of our batch mates got placed in companies like HP, Siemens, HCL
I had done my college internship at Forbes Marshall, at MIDC Pimpri Chinchad. I had worked on digital automation for boilers. I used to get a stipend of RS 2000 and got onsite exposure as well.
There is no placement as such for courses like B.Sc. But there is certainly good placement for PG courses such as M.Sc. The M.Sc course offers healthy placement to the students.
There is no internship as such. Because the course being B.Sc is not too much of internship based or stipend based. Having said that there are few other institutes that offer internship programmes during vaccations which needs the refrence of our respective subject professor. In that sense the professors are pretty helpful in advising refrence letters to the students.