You can find alumini of National INSTITUTE of technology Warangal in top post of every good organisation , companies.It shows the quality of placement . From Microsoft to Intel to Texas to Coal India, every good company comes to this organisation for placement.
Yes .One is inside india,other us abroad . For example Intel gives 22k .Some European university give 1000 euro.National institute of technology Warangal undoubtedly has the best campus too.
The Training and Placement Section provides a launch pad for students to make it to the best organisations in the fields of software, core industries, management, etc. The Giants in the corporate world visit the campus on a regular basis, with enviable recruitment offers.
NIT Warangal in fact provides very limited opportunities in terms of internships. I've literally seen this myself. Most of the faculty think that taking students for internship under them for guidance consumes resources and time, hence most of them sidetrack students who want to do internship under them. but, the industrial training options are pretty darn high.
Placements are vey well almost 85% students get offers the packages are also decent avg is 4 lpa. Companies like microsoft, directI Bajaj , leyland, tata etc.
The college itself does not provide internships but many companies will be visiting.
Placement scenario in the campus is nice as almost as many as 45/50 gets placed with good average package of 5 LPA. Some of the Companies visiting the campus are Wipro, Jindal, Reliance, Vedanta, Career avenue, T.I.M.E ,FIIT JEE, Imery Caldry etc. The highest package bagged this year is around 10 LPA from the department.
Yes, Companies visit campus to provide internships to students particularly to 3rd years and the stipend vary from 50000 INR to 0 INR. But almost all companies provide some stipend and Pre Placement offers are common in this regard depending upon your performance during the internship.
In 2012, 90% students placed in different companies, mostly as business analysts in companies like Deloitte, mu sigma, oracle finance etc. In software companies like Microsoft, Facebook, Amazon, Qualcomm, Broadcom and some in core industries like intel, cypress semiconductors, ITC etc. Avg package was 6 lpa for ECE.
There were some programs, but those are very hard to get. I don't know about stipend and all but i heard it was good.
You have best placements opportunities there. In placement NITW even beat some major IITs. Almost every day you have company visiting campus with more than 500 companies. Many NITWians opt for higher studies and start ups. Many of them leave job after getting placement to pursue their dreams.
Students gets internship via many International Programs such as DAAD and Heritage. Many companies too provide summer internships.
Yes, placement is given by college. Placement in barclays, godrej, feedback,gammon, tata and many more.
Placements for CS Dept was phenomenal. Almost every student gets placed in our Dept. In other depts too, around 80% of the students get placed. There were many companies which visited our campus like, Amazon 18lpa, Google $1M in USA, Facebook $1M in USA, Samsung 12lpa Oracle 12lpa, ITC 13lpa, to name a few.
No, it doesn't provide internship.
Placement percentage is very good. All the people who apply for on- campus placements, 99% of them are placed. Companies like Dr Reddys, Technip, ITC, Reliance, Hindustan Unilever Ltd etc are few of the may companies which come for placements for my particular course. Packages given by these companies vary from 6 lpa to 17 lpa.
Yes my college does provide internship after the completion of our Third Year. Major companies like ITC, Reliance, Sterlite etc come for internships and the usual stipend they give is around 30,000-40,000 per month with ITC being an exception giving 75000/month.
Placements are great and are best in class. During my time, all the great companies (Infosys, Wipro, LnT, Samtel, Alstom, Deshaw, Gujarat Gas etc) visited the campus.
No, i didnt do any internship. Its not mandated in our college atleast at the time of my education. We did our own internal projects as a part of cirriculam, but nothing in direct alignment with the industry.