I would say as I very reputed companies visit the campus the likes of EnY, Crisil, KPMG, etc. The average pay package after graduation would be around 4 Lakhs per annum. Almost all students get placed as the college contacts and reputation is very good with their corporate base.
Internship is not provided by the college we have to find on our own but yes final placements are surely provided. Also internship is not compulsory in this course.
The placement cell is pretty active recently KPMG, E&Y, Deloitte, Media.net, WatConsult, Oberoi Group etc. came to college. Since the past couple of years, Google has also been recruiting interns from Jai Hind. The pay structure is somewhere around 3-5 lakhs per annum.
The placement cell has a tie up with various renowned companies like KPMG, E&Y, etc. We were also provided with a chance to intern with upcoming start-ups like Greensole, makemydrink etc.
The college does provide campus placements which again is not very common for other commerce colleges. Not as effective as compared to a b-school. Had close to 50% placement for my batch, but then again it's best among other commerce colleges. The college invites some of the top corporates and accounting/ finance firms with an average package of 3-5 lakh per annum.
No internships for the standard commerce graduates. However , the college does provide campus placements which again is not very common for other commerce colleges.
Very good, in my experience and the few times I did go for an interview a lot of employees, high level management of those places would turn out to be JHC students themselves. Says alot right there.
I didn't really explore the idea so much because I wanted to be an entrepreneur. But I do know a lot of professors do help you get internships along with good recommendations.
Very good. Didn't avail it but once again they were available and all the details were put up on the bulletin board and the helpful office staff would always update us.Even our professors were helpful when it came to job opportunities as well as our seniors
In my day, RS 3000 which is very less now but I assume now it's increased. My first job paid me 7500 stipend, a full time job and my internship was for 3 months and it was 3000.
Again, you have to search for jobs independently, it's been 8 years now, so I'm finding it hard to remember the names of companies that came to campus, but there weren't too many.
The college was not very actively involved in sourcing internships for us. We were, however, updated about opportunities sporadically. I interned on the sets of a daily soap, and I wasn't paid anything. I got this internship through someone in the family.
I am not aware about the the placements & job opportunities at jai hind college as i had taken up part majors in psychology & history as i want to take teaching as my career i only completed my graduation from jai hind college then did my teacher's training course from another institute.
I have not done internship from Jai hind college i had taken up part majors in psychology & history as i want to take teaching as my career.
Good in view of the 24*7 requirement of articles by CA. The stipend ranges from 1500 to 20000 depending on the organisation you are selected in.
Not applicable in view of the course structure. However 3 years of internship with CA in CA course is excellent exposure. Accounts faculty always helped for the said internship in guidance.
Ernst and Young, Deloitte, KPMG, Jones Lang, Royal bank of Scotland, Endurance and lot many companies. The avg CTC was 3-3.5 l.p.a
There were a lot of big companies who came for the placements in my college. Deloitte, Ernst & Young, KPMG, JLL,etc. are few to be named. That average package the offered was around 2.8-3 lacs annually.
My internship experience was great. I got good exposure to the corporate world. Internship lasted for 5 months.