|company logo||company name||average package||highest package||students placed|
|Futures First||--||₹ 9.5 Lakhs||--|
|Tally Solutions||--||₹ 7.5 Lakhs||--|
|ubs||--||₹ 6.25 Lakhs||--|
|Godrej Properties Limited||--||₹ 6 Lakhs||--|
|vmware||--||₹ 4.5 Lakhs||--|
|Manhattan Associates||--||₹ 3.75 Lakhs||--|
|Allahabad Bank||₹ 4.5 Lakhs||--||--|
|Teach for india||₹ 3 Lakhs||--||--|
The placements were help before the final sem. Lot of companies came like GS, Adventure, EY, Wipro, Infosys, etc. The packages offered were about 5 lakh p.a. there was almost about 85% placed students. The faculty helped students get placed by training them and also by giving the unplaced students more priority.
The college would give letters for internships if requested. There is only a limit to how much you can push your students. So some initiative has to be taken by the students. Teachers would help if they are approached. There is a department for placements. You can talk to them.
Lots of companies will come for inter campus interview and during final year many student got offer with reputed Multinational companies. Pre-placement talk by a representative from Teach for India Teach for India is a nationwide movement of outstanding college graduates who teach full-time in low-income schools for two years, a. Details about the organization, nature of work, companies and institutions that support the program and the selection process were disseminated during the presentation.
When I was in the college we have enough internship and this was taken very seriously and all the student must have to participate in all the internship without any issues.
As far as I have heard from my seniors, good companies come for placements. Ernst & Young, Deloitte, Wipro, TCS, etc. are some of the well known companies that come during the on-campus placements. Last year Goldman Sachs also entered. The lowest package offered was 3 lakhs while the average package was 3.5 lakhs. All the people from BCA were successfully placed.
Yes, Christ University provides internships but it is only for some courses. For my course we are not provided any internship from the college itself. During the summer vacations I applied and got selected for an internship on my own without the help by the college.
The crowning factor of any MBA program is placements. The robust placement cell at Institute of Management, Christ University has been functioning effectively for over 15 years. The cell has grown along with the institute, from placing 60 students in the year of inception to working on placing over 700 students last year.
You've to figure out a summer internship all by yourself as college is only able to take care of about 10% of the lot.
The college has separate arrangement for placements with the placement officer and there will be companies like EY, Northern trust, Goldman sacks, jp morghans tesco target etc with the package starting from 3.5lakhs to 6lakhs per annum will come. The college offers stream wise placement opportunity.
The college provides plenty of internship opportunities the companies like Goldman sacks, EY many other companies hire interns and give a good amount of stipend and work too.
I got through one of the finest companies, a Fortune 500 member called NetApp India Pvt Ltd in Bangalore from the campus. For a fresher, the package was great, about Rs 6 lakh. All those who deserve and are keen to get through make through to good companies. Infosys was among the first ones to come to the campus. MBA placements too are noteworthy. You wouldn't regret joining Christ.
If there are internships, it is mostly unpaid. The nature of wok would involve teaching as a substitute and I know someone who got Rs 5000 per month (too less) for doing that! She was an M.Phil student then.
Placements are from the same companies as that came for internships. The placement is almost 100%. Although it is a long interview process with at least 3 rounds. The interview process was quite stressful because of the nature of the industry but we were all prepped well by out teachers.
All the top 5 star hotel chains came including Taj, Oberoi, Park and ITC hotels. I trained for 6 months in the Oberoi bangalore and got Rs. 800 pm as stipend.
More than half of the students got placed in different companies companies include E.Y, Deloitte etc packages are different from company to company. For placement selection, students are gone through many test including written tests, interviews, group discussions etc.
Yes college also provide internship for students. they also make a compulsion for all undergraduates and pg students to complete internship during vacations tipends are given based on different role.
For my course, we had only 2 companies who came with positions that related directly to our course. Everything else was quite general.
There were no internships offered for my course. But I think some of the others course did have the same. But I don't have any concrete knowledge on this.
Its among the best in Bangalore. The placements commences in the the 6th semester. The leading organisation from the industry participate and the salary offered are really competitive.
Yes they do provide internship. The stipend depends on the company we work form and depends individually on the organisation.