Placements & job opportunities are good as it is only one of the 2 energy colleges across India
Yes it provides internship, stipend depends upon company to company.
College has 100% placements. Again, it depends on students to get into a good one. College will provide a wonderful platform for skill development. We have to utilize it to our best. We had placement drives started in October itself. We had both options of attending on campus and off campus.
Yes. Internship is compulsory part of our curriculum. Stipend depends on the student's skills. For example, I got into a paid one in Panalpina and few other friends didn't get paid. Some got even higher stipends in Nestle. Typically it ranges from 6k to 20k.
It has 100% placement record. The university is in collaboration with IBM for the CS courses and hence no issues of placement. Many companies come for the placement. Not only the IT or CS but also the non CS. The average package lies between 4-5 lakhs.
Yes my college provides internship. Since I am only in 2nd year so don't know much about the process. Companies like dell, Microsoft etc come for the internship.
UPES is renowned for its placements. Various companies recruit freshers from here at a good package. Since the college offers programs of various sectors so there are a large number of companies from various sectors involved. The average package is somewhere between 4-6 lakh. The highest package is mostly bragged by petroleum engineering students.
Since I'm a first-year student, I don't have much idea about internships as of now. But as far as I've heard from seniors college provides internships in well reputed organisations.
CFD is a very wide area and booming area nowadays. One can find a lot of jobs if he/she makes the most the education. Any company would hire him/her. College placements are average but reputation is very high when we go for off campus placements maybe because of previous batch students that are placed.
Since we were doing a complete research oriented course that's why we all chose to go for Research bodies like IISC, DRDO, Foreign labs, ISRO labs, HAL, NAL and etc. One can do internship in college too but i don't know the details about stipend.
Very less 20% in my batch and out of that 50% placed in IT sector and our course suggest and train us for core sector job. Not worth of money which you are about to spend . People are spending 15 lakh of money and getting a job of 10k per month then certainly not worthy of it . A fruit seller would have better career rather than studying petroleum engineering.
No, as far my knowledge and experience. But some students group try for internships by there own and mostly free service to the respective organisation.
For our branch companies that came were namely tieto offering 3.3lpa at helsinki , aveva 3.5lpa at Hyderabad , Weatherford drilling international 27lpa at Saudi arabia , L&t hydrocarbons 4.8lpa at Mumbai then relocating frequently, BYjus 6-8 lpa, Infosys energy vertical 3.25lpa at mysore, tech mahindra 3.2 lpa, shell india 6lpa at Chennai.
The internship is provided by the college , but getting a internship with stipend is purely on luck basis. Other than college providing internships companies come for recruitment drive for interns in 3rd year for which stipend is definitely and also good.
After completing 2 years, college began the placement process. from 5th semester onward, we have been provided with induction courses for placements. there were a lot of companies who came for placement. like ESSAR, GE Oil and gas, Cairn India, Reliance Industries Limited (RIL), Air india and several others. our placement rate was 90%+ with our batch.
After the completion of 1st year, we were provided with the Internship for 6 weeks. we worked at Indian Oil Corporation Ltd for 6 weeks and were provided with a basic stipend at training level of Rs.10,000 for 4 weeks. The experience at internship introduced us to the real working of the industry.
College is not able to provide ample placement and job opportunities to the students. Also, college focuses only on the quantity and not the quality of jobs i.e. they are not concerned about the packages, companies, profile etc. Though college focuses on domain specific courses but it has not able to create enough market demand for the same.
Internships are required to be done by students at the end of first year. However, it has to be taken up by the student themselves and not provided by the college. Thus, it depends on the network students have access to and often the student have to settle for less interesting opportunities.
This is also a gold feather in our college as a numerous companies come to the college offering high packages. UPES students are accepted well by the industry. Some of the prominent recruiters who picked students of B Tech courses were Mahindra Aerospace, Cyient, Royal Enfield, MAN Trucks, Maruti Suzuki, Global Data, KPIT, Shell India, Mineral Exploration Corporation Limited, NTT Data, Indian Navy, LG Electronics, L&T Infotech, Map my India, TATA Consultancy Services, Capgemini, Mahindra Susten, Hyundai Motors India Ltd., Reliance Industries Ltd., Weatherford Drilling International.The highest package was of 25 lakhs offered by the Google.
Yes, The college provide many internships national as well as international. I am a first year student but also in touch of some alumni and they describe as the best part of their life as college provide internship to more than 95% students.