More than 80% students are placed Almost all big firms conducted drives Very useful for students who want to take jobs after graduation Kpmj ey deloit are some examples of firms that approached the campus for recruitment Packages were really high as compared to other colleges They were an average of 600000-700000 INR
Yes placement cell gives students an opportunity for internship Different companies came and select students for internship Stipend is according to the norms of company may vary from 2000-3000 INR These are good as practical knowledge is given more focus
The college provided a lot of job opportunities in various sectors of auditing, finance, taxation, marketing, in the multi national companies like Deloitte, KPMG, American Express, AXIS Bank, YES Bank etc with annual packages ranging from 3,00,00 to 15,00,000.
The college provided a lot of internship opportunities in the multi national companies like Deloitte, KPMG, American Express, AXIS Bank, etc with stipend ranging from 10,000 to 50,000.
Being the best commerce college in the country, the college has always attracted best of the companies and has boasted of healthy job offers. There is a well functioning placement cell looking after the process. However, the process is confidential and we are not allowed to share any details
The college does not mandate the students to undertake an internship project. However, most students do utilize their breaks gaining practical experience through internships. There is a well functioning internship cell that tries to accommodate as many internship offers as possible.
Shri Ram College of Commerce, the toughest undergraduate college to get into at Delhi University, has already begun the first phase of its placements for this academic year with an annual package of Rs.6 lakh as the average ask. The highest package this year is expected to be around Rs.15 lakh.
Yes, the college provides us with internship, the experience is a must have. You need to get into the real world. The average stipend is 3k or 4k.
SRCC has the placement success rate of around 85%. From the batch of 800 students, around 400 apply for placements and from the batch around 320-350 are placed successfully. This year the highest package was offered by EY-Parthenon for INR 30 Lac and ended up selecting three students. Mckinsey & Co, Bain & co, A.T Kearney are some of the consultancy recruiters which hired a total of 10 students and the package ranged from 10L-15L p.a. A lot of firms also recruit for the profile investment banking like Citibank, which offers 12L p.a. The average package is of 6L pa. Last year a total of 50 companies recruited. Reckitt Benckiser, O3 Capital, Kotak Securities, Ab Inbev, Wipro along with 15 othe...
Yes there are a few (not many) internship opportunities given to the students during mainly the second year. Companies like JSW, Citibank, were some which offered stipend ranging from Rs 10000-20000/month for the duration of 1-2 months. The other internship opportunities usually had less or no stipend. I didn't apply for any on-campus internship but rather applied off-campus because of higher stipend. But those who did landed themselves an internship from college had a wonderful time and found the internships really enriching. Most of them required client work, follow up of business plans and formulating of business strategies. Some of interns, who gave exceptional performance were also offe...
College placement cell arranged campus interview with some of the big companies. Around 70% of the students were selected for direct placement during campus interviews. I too got my placement into a big company through campus interviews. This was one of the biggest benefit of attending SRCC.
Yes, internship was arranged by the college placement cell. I too attended internship at Standard Charted bank. Stipend was INR 5000/month. Faculty helped and guided me in selecting and completing project.
There is a huge pool of placements and job opportunities available during the final year of the course with more than 100 companies visiting your campus to hire you for different roles in marketing, finance, human resource, sales, operations as executives, associates and managers.
Yes, SRCC do help in fetching internship with renowned companies. There are many on and off campus drives conducted to facilitate students in getting internships with an average stipend of 10k.
Most of the students get placed as part of campus placements and there are more than 10 companies to choose from when you sit for the placements. The selection criteria is usually as per the aptitude test which is not difficult to crack. SRCC is famous for its placements. Around 500-600 students got placed during the process.
Many big companies came to college for summer internships namely Reliance, Philips, Jindal steels etc average Stipend offered were around Rs. 5000 - 10,000/- for the internship i got internship in Mahindra Marketing and learned a lot in that period.
Not every student apply for placements as many students have other plans but 70-80 percent students who apply got places in various companies . A lot of companies came or campus placements .
There is an internship cell operated by third years students . This internship cell inks direct to various internship agencies and various companies which organises sessions and selection process for students interested in internships . Stipend varies company to company . Some companies dont pay any stipend while others pay 30K a month.
The placement and job opportunities are tremendous. Easily the best that Delhi University has to offer. Several companies come for placement. I myself got placed on campus and have completed four years in the firm that I joined. The companies were classified into two categories dream and non dream. Dream were the ones with higher packages, say over 8-9L pa.
We didn't have an internship programme. One of the college societies, Entrepreneurship Development Cell, which I was a part of conducted an internship fair back when I was in college. Everyone didn't get internship, it was based in Group discussions and personal interviews. The ones who did get the internship had good things to say about them.