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From the 7th semester, students are eligible for placement. On average 250 recruiting teams visit every year. A maximum of 43.31lpa package was offered and the minimum was 3.30 lpa. Avg was 7.50 lpa. The median salary was 6.20 LPA. 300+ students have internship offers and some were converted to full-time offers. Around 65 percent of students are placed and the maximum number of students went for higher education. Some branches have a very low placement rate. My plan is to go abroad for further studies.
MIT is the Institute of eminence. It provides a wide choice of courses. Various Student projects, technical clubs and nontechnical clubs are there. Infrastructure is one of the best in the country. Exposure is also the main factor as you learn to live with students from all over the world. Fees is at a higher point. Admission is through the MET exam and is held in April every year but it is delayed due to covid 19. MIT is a great college if you want to live 4 years to your fullest. Academics with other activities make it as a perfect choice. Student projects give a great hands-on experience on vehicles, mars rover, satellite, rockets etc. TMR, FM , MRM are few names of student projects. Technical clubs are in large number such as ISA, SAE, IE Mechanical, ASME, etc. other clubs and society includes dance group which is among top hip hop groups in India, various music, drama,art clubs are also there. NGO's are also there which are run by college students. While selecting college i asked my seniors.
Placement is good but packages that are offered are not very high near about 88% of students get placed with an average package of 4.5 LPA and a maximum of 28 LPA. Companies visited are very frequent. My plans are to get placed in well repuated company by end of my final semester as this Institute has a good record of that.
MIT is the best private university in India, with good NIRF rankings and marked as AAA+ Institute in India. It organised its own exam and to get the main branches your rank should be under 1000-1560. This Institute is the best in all the best place to pursue your dreams and to get a high-quality education.
After 5th-semester students become eligible for campus placement. Many big companies like dell hp google intel Microsoft and so on visited and offers good packages. The highest package was 20 lakh and average is 6-7 lakhs.
This college has all the necessary facilities that are required for education. Well equipped laboratory with the latest technology and hygenic. Academics are good all the teachers are well qualified. Placement drive is also good.
Students become eligible for paid internships from the 5th semester itself though the actual placements start in the 7th semester. Many students grab the opportunities and bag pre-placement offers at the end of their summer internships. Around 180 companies visit the campus with an average offer of 7 every 10 students. The highest package for the 2020 batch was 42 lpa offered to Computer science students in Adobe. Other notable placements were in Microsoft, Maruti Suzuki, L&T construction, etc to name a few. The average package differs from branch to branch with it being highest for the Computer Science stream of around 7 lpa. Around 70 percent of students get placement offers before graduation. I myself got campus placed in Maruti Suzuki and have been working with them for 6 months and continuing.
Decent alumni recognition, excellent location, specifically good for mechanical engineering course as it has very reputed professors. Also, seats were given purely based on merit instead of quota. From websites like quora, the feedback was that college life is great in terms of the overall development. The admission process is fairly straightforward. Seperate entrance exam is conducted and based on the score the counseling procedure as scheduled. Exam happens around May-June. The exam can be given twice and the best score out of 2 is considered. The college boasts of distinguished alumni such as Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella, Rajeev Suri amongst a few which is always attractive. Apart from that, the cosmopolitan open culture is always a great driver for experiential learning and overall growth. Lastly not forgetting to mention that specifically Mechanical Engineering is one of the oldest and most reputed streams in the college which is a great morale booster.
Placements are pretty good. There is a good balance of tech / non-tech and management profile. Companies like Goldman Sachs, Microsoft and Amazon visit the campus for recruitment. The highest package offered is of around 43lpa with an average of around 7 LPA.
The reviews of the college from the alumni were really encouraging and none of them seemed to be disappointed with their college experience. The exposure which the college provided further lured me into the decision. Good - 1. Student community is really friendly. There is no scope of ragging and the authorities take strict actions if there is any. 2. Exposure is immense there are a plethora of clubs be it technical/non- technical/cultural where you can pursue your hobbies/ hone your skills and learn to work in a team. 3. Manipal is an amazing place to stay and there are various recreational spots to explore. Bad - 1. The fee is high. 2. Some of the professors aren't interested in teaching and just run slides, most of the learning is out of the classroom.
The placements in Manipal are great for all the branches. The success rate is around 86% for the top branches and the offers are high. The highest packages are in the range 15-20 lakhs per annum and some offers tend to go till 40 lakhs. The top recruiters are Microsoft, Amazon, Goldman Sachs, Accenture. The lowest packages are about 3-5 lakhs per annum and the average packages are 6-8 lakhs per annum. The job and internship offers are increasing each year. In the last cycle, 1089 offers were given to the students and the highest package was 43.31 lakhs per annum to a computer-related branch student. Around 300+ students converted their internship offers to job offers. The placement cell of MIT is very competent and the best companies visit each year. I am planning to work in a company for around a year and then go for my masters.
Manipal Institute of Technology is the second-best private college in India after BITS Pilani. MIT is an Institution of Eminence which was a big reason to join. The exposure provided here in terms of the activities, fests, clubs and student projects are best when compared to other colleges. There is a good and informal bond between juniors and seniors here with no instances of ragging or bullying. There is a student buddy program here in which each first-year student is allotted a senior as a mentor who will clear all doubts of the junior. The admission process takes into account the MET Score and the counselling process is smooth and impartial. There is the NRI Quota for students from abroad. MIT's placement cell is very competent and big companies like Microsoft, Amazon and Goldman Sachs are the top recruiters. Overall, Manipal Institute of Technology is a great choice.
It's a reputed college. Mainly joined it for its name and good placements. The exposure to different opportunities. The ability to be able to meet new people from many other places and being able to discover yourself and participate in different extracurriculars. I heard that it would help in my overall personality development and so I joined MIT. Also, because this town, Manipal is mainly know to be a student town. You are free to live on your own terms and work towards what you want to do.
I'm not sure as I'm still in my third semester. I just do know know that the packages are good and top rank companies visit our college for placements.
Manipal has always been in the top among the private university. The college has a variety of clubs to join and has a lot of exposure to nature and life. The job offers satisfy most of the students. Many students from different states and different countries come and study in MIT which helps a student understand a problem in different perspective.
An approx of 160 recruiting teams visit MIT Manipal for UG & PG campus placements. few companies are Microsoft, Amazon, SAP labs, Deloitte, Accenture and many more. The highest package ranges up to 20+ lakhs.
Actually, there were many. Top one was, this college had the highest ranking record and better placement stats than the other. This college has a relatively lower student to teacher ratio too. The campus is not too crowded as well, unlike some other ones like VIT. And I heard from other seniors as well that it was a good college. One of my friends initially joined VIT but had to leave it because of its crowd.
Very good. Many big companies visit our campus. The average CTC offered is somewhere between 7 and 8 LPA. Max reaches up to somewhere around 35 LPA. The placement is similar to many other colleges. You can find more info about it in their official website.
1.Electrical and electronics was the best course I could have received in my rank 2. Apart from IIT's, this was a pretty good option considering the other private engineering colleges weren't as attractive as Manipal in general and the campus is beautiful as well
All the big names in the industry do visit manipal every now and then. The number of students placed is also decent and is overall better than the other private colleges.Notable alumini from Manipal Institute of Technology include Satya Nadella (CEO of Microsoft), Rajeev Suri (CEO of Nokia), etcThe entrepreneur cell in college is satisfactorily well made and provides opportunities for students to grow their startups in all possible ways.
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