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Placement opportunities are very good. A good number of companies with various roles visit campus for Summer Placement Process, LRP, and CRP. The whole batch gets placed in a span of few days. The average package currently hovers around 21+ Lacs
NITIE is considered the Mecca Of Supply Chain and Operations. Also, it provides ample opportunities in the field of the supply chain which I was interested in. The admission process included shortlisting on the basis of CAT score and profile followed by an interview.
The placement of NITIE is 100%. Each and every student get placed here with a good package. The student has to align skills according to the company he/she wants. College provides a senior as a buddy which helps us in our communication skill and organizes various skill development sessions. The highest salary was 27.78 lakh, the average salary was 17.01 lakh in 2019.
I was interested in the supply chain and NITIE is famous for its supply chain. So I choose NITIE over IIT. There are only a few colleges who provide MBA through the GATE exam and NITIE is one of them. Since it is near to my home town, it was an advantage for me. IT has a good ROI.
Placement statistics are available on the institute website. Highest Salary 58.2 Lakhs per annum, Average Salary 20.88 Lakhs per annum. Prominent recruiters include Amazon, Deloitte, Flipkart, Airtel, General Electric, HUL, ICICI Bank.
Best in the country for Industrial Engineering. Interests aligned. Legacy of 50 years of excellence. Located at the financial hub of the country, i.e. at the heart of Mumbai. Well connected alumni network.
There is a record placement of 100%. Students are eligible for campus placement from Term 5 itself. The key recruiter includes EY, Dabur, Dell, HCL, Nestle, Amazon, Asian pints, Capgemini, HP, KPMG, AB InBev etc.
The college accepts CAT score. The cut-off is around 94%ile. The process of GDPI occurs at college as well as in many other cities. It gets an edge and also very decent placement due to its location. The ROI of the institute is commendable.
142 recruiters visited campus for our placements. There is a record of 100% placement at NITIE. Key recruiters include Axis Bank, BIRA91, Amway, McKinsey, Dabur, Nestle, GEP, EY, Delloite, Amazon, AB InBev etc
Good Aspects-Placement, faculty, location-Industrial hub of the country, reputed for supply chain management. Bad Aspects-Expensive, lack of diversity subject field wise, very few girls and the college is not very reputed.
The company comes in Oct in 2nd year. Too many companies come. All get placed. The highest is 55L avg is 19L lowest is 9L. 100% placement. After my degree, I will do the job. Will see you later.
My interest area matched. Many seniors and friends studied here. Good Package, GATE+CAT both. The application starts in March. Good- online onboarding was superb. Faced no issues in the last 1 year. Placement is 100% except for this year due to pandemic. Academics are chill. You get plenty of time to do things as per your preference. You dont get this opportunity in IIMs where academics are tight. Bad- as bad as any other top IIM. Nothing different like placecom gets all the top internships. Shortlist is random and unfair. Mainly FMCGs come. Very less consulting recruitment. Hostel amenities are not top-notch.
The prominent recruiters include Axis Bank, Capgemini, Castrol, Cipla, Dabur, Abbott, OLA, SAP, Phillips, Vodafone, TATA Sky, CocaCola, Oyo, Airtel, Exide, HUL, EY, Google, Grofers, GEP, ICICI Bank etc. The average placement stands around 20.89 lakhs and the highest at Rs. 58.26 lakhs. Sector-wise split: Retail and manufacturing sector-17% each BFSI-12% FMCG-12% IT-14% PHARMA-4% Consulting-17% Others-4%
The highs-Placement is the most major reasons, I find NITIE to be so great. The return on investment is very rich, which can be explained. The fees amount to around 15 lakhs and the average package stands lump sum of 21lakhs. Even the stipend paid is happening. It has got a very strong alumni network which is maintained through an Alumni Charter. The faculty here is very well learned and exceptional. The lows- Lack of enough brand visibility of the college is one. My parents when I got admitted here were not happy enough as they would have been if I made it to some IIM despite its great placement record. Gender diversity is another poor aspect of the college as female candidates are very few.
The placement figures are amazing. The average placement is around 22 lakhs. The highest placement is remembered is Rs. 58.28 lakhs CTC. A total of 128 recruiters along with 20 new recruiters visited campus for placement. Around 38% batch got placed on day zero itself. Key recruiters include Dorf Ketal, Castrol, L'oreal, L&T, Apollo Tyres, Myntra, Uber, Swiggy, RBL Bank, Aditya Birla Capital etc.
The faculty at the college frames the very college with gold. The entire faculty has got 15+ years of experience and degrees from IITs, IIMs and foreign universities. Another great aspect is the placements. It is one of the best colleges in terms of ROI. Its ranked 13th in the NIRF ranking and although the rank changes a little bit, it stats among the top 20. The campus is beautiful and is one of the attractions. The college stands a little low if we talk about diversity. In my course, the entire batch was engineers and we had only eleven girls in our entire batch. The college despite all the merits is less recognised by people. When I got admission here, people in my locality had no clue about the college. So, in terms of brand, it gets defeated.
121 recruiters with 19 new recruiters visited for campus placements.130 pre-placement offer was made. Key recruiters included GEP, P&G, Revlon, Crompton, Titan, Pidilte, Castrol, EY, Pwc and Mckinsey.
The negative or bad aspects include a less branded name of the college, the placements are amazing yet the college is not well known by most of the people. Gender diversity is yet another problem. The classmates are mostly engineers and the institute is not considered most appropriate for students who want to excel in Marketing and HR. The positive aspects are so many and concentrated that the negative ones are easily diluted. It has all amenities required. A great green campus located in an industrial area and also, the placement figures are steller.
The key recruiters include Colgate, Dabur, L'oreal, Marico, ITC, Nivea, P&G and many others in the FMCG sector. In consulting sector-the major recruiters are GEP, EY, EY GDS, PwC India, Deloitte etc. From the manufacturing sector include Castrol, Crompton, Signify, RIL etc. The average placement stands at 20.88 lakhs and the highest at 58.24 lakhs.
The most major uniqueness and strength the college stands for is its location. Located in Mumbai, it is gifted with the presence of numerous corporate offices in the vicinity which becomes a locus of opportunities. The placement figures are also very optimistic. In terms of ROI, its only competition is FMS, although in this war FMS wins. The faculty is with doctoral degrees that hold the learnings from foreign universities. The weakness includes poor diversity, lack of brand visibility and not regarded as most appropriate for students who want to specialise in Marketing, HR and Finance.
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