Almost everyone in my batch got placed in good companies. The average salary was 10 lpa. We had all major companies visiting the campus - Microsoft, Google, Oracle, Dell, Cisco, and many startups. They also offered super packages for students with distinctive capabilities.
Yes, depends on the profile. We had all major companies visiting the campus - Microsoft, Google, Oracle etc.
The placement cell is a very dedicated cell here at IITG. The placements are very good, with some branches like Design getting upto 100% placed students. Last year, the average package for Design was 16 LPA, with highest going upto 30 LPA. Companies like Microsoft had a CTC of 21 LPA.
Generally students go for industrial and academic internships after their 3rd year, and some even after their 2nd year. Many big shots come here to hire interns, like, Google, Microsoft, Flipkart, Goldman Sachs, DE Shaw, Nutanix, Schlumberger etc. The highest stipend goes upto 1.25 lakhs per month.
Design and Mathematics and computers have a 100% placement. Design has a minimum of 14lac p.a package so that's nothing to worry about followed by CS department, mechanical and so on. Biotechnology comes the last I guess with 8.5 lac being the same for biotechnology and civil engineering. But for design, various companies like Tata, Trident visit the campus but more or less it differs since e field is very diverse. But every year 80% students get placed somewhere out the other. Few go for PG and a lot for MS abroad.
Internship is very common as students take it up from second year itself. Companies Like Microsoft, yellow slice and many more(these are ones that I'm kind of aware of) I'll get to know more in the upcoming semester soon. But what seniors have told us is that internship is a must of you want to get your hands dirty in some project soon enough to gain as much experience as possible.
It's IIT, placements are extremely good but again, being a first year student, I'm not aware of the details. And all the well reputed companies come to the campus including Google but some companies select very few people, so we can't really say. Last year the highest was around 1 crore I guess, I don't know exactly though.
Yes, it obviously provides internship. I am a first year student so I am not really aware of the details but it does happen in our summer and winter break.
The placement and job opportunities in the campus placements are good as most of the graduates get a decent job before leaving the campus . The jobs offered are mainly in the non core sectors as the craze to do core jobs has tremendously went down in last few years.
Yes , they provide internships. But i do not have knowledge about the areas in which they provide it or what stipend they give in return.
Very good job opportunity. It provides great campus placement in great company like Google, Amazon, Oracle,Facebook, Microsoft etc. In our branch average is around 14 lakh per annum. So on.. So it is a great opportunity for job. It also provides many amazing Indian placement.
Yes the college provide internship in great company like Google, Amazon, Facebook. It came in 2nd year. I am a 1st year student so I don't know anything else.
Placement are very good . Some branches have 15-20 lac per annum average Placement. Placement percent also very high (80-90%). Almost all big companies come at placement time .. like Google , Facebook , Microsoft , Oracle , Qualcomm .
Yes , almost all iits provide summer and winter internships. You can access these internships details from institute website.
More than 100 companies visit campus during the placement season, for varying profiles. For the Btech Course, overall placement percentage was around 60 percent last year. Packages vary from company to company, generally more packages are given for software development roles. Average package vary from department to department. The overall college average if around 10 lacks CTC. Computer science department has an average CTC of around 23 lacks.
College has an internship program for the third year students in which many good companies(like Microsoft, Goldman Sachs, Flipkart, LinkedIn, ITC, Shlumberger etc) participate. Stipend varies from company to company, average would be around 45 k-50 k monthly with other benefits like travel, stay etc. These companies have well defined internship programs which provides a very good experience for the students. Also there are MoU's with foreign universities for a research intern.
Placements are good, their are private as well as government companies coming on campus. If money is what you are looking for and are sufficiently motivated for it than sky is the limit. Most of the students get decent jobs. I remember some senior leaving Crore+ job for masters. So, I can say that while in 1st year its important, but by the time you reach 4th year you sway more towards exploring yourself.
Yes, there are internship/research opportunities for someone interested, but many of the student's have multiple options to chose from in their 3rd year. I know friend's who did research intern in their 1st year in the campus itself.
In general, the placement and job opportunity in IIT is great. However, it depends on certain thinks, of which important are: capability of the candidate, demand of the subject matter, institutional support for placement.
I have opted for UGC fellowship since I have been awarded JRF. As a Research Scholar, we need to take some class, examination duties and to share technical knowledge in the field of Economics. In the absence of supervisor, he entrusted the responsibility to conduct his assigned classes. The fellowship amount is enough to meet the expenses .