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Placements are from different multinational companies more than thousand multinational companies come for placement every year and the CSIR department of our college runs very efficiently that more than 2000 students per year are placed in different MNCs the college also gives the special training on life skills and career development and it also helps in the students getting high placements in different MNCs board
The college is supported by multiple facilities including technical assisted Labs and the ICTS team. The college offers the best teaching. The admission procedures simple and above 50 percent in twelfth eligible. Faculties are highly skilled and the majority of them own a PHD in respected subjects. The college has a CSIR department responsible for hundreds of placements every year. The college is in peaceful surroundings with no distractions. The college has a hostel for ladies, it has certain restrictions and limitations and is strict, academic fee inclusive of hostel fee comes around 90000 a year. The infrastructure is highly developed and modern. The college has its own way of giving entrance coaching life skills within academic terms. Canteen is available for snacks.
All third-year students are eligible for campus placements. In the case of integrated courses, the fifth years are eligible as well. Companies that have visited up until now are, Deloitte, Godrej and Boyce, Deshaw, and Wipro. The highest average package is 22000 apart from other incentives and perks. The percentage of students getting placed is very low but so is the percentage of students that apply.
Amrita college assures to give attention to all students by keeping the number of students in each class minimal. Placement opportunities are yet another attractive aspect of this college A number of well-known companies like McKinsey and Deloitte visit the campus for recruitment.
Many companies approach our college with placement opportunities. Famous companies like Deloitte, Infosys, TCS, SAP, etc. We have a placement cell known as the CIR (Corporate and Industry relations) department. Students become eligible for campus placement from the 4th semester onwards. The companies that approached our batch so far, for placements are Deloitte and Deshaw. The average package offered by the companies is usually 40K - 60K per month. Almost 65 - 90% of the students get placed every year. Plans after BBA - I am planning to get employed in any business field and gain experience of at least 2-3 years, then pursue my MBA.
I chose to attend Amrita School of Arts and Sciences because it offered BBA and the college was near my home. Amrita is also one of the top universities of India which made it my best option available. The admission process is done through merit. A person with a High School Diploma in any stream with 50% is eligible to apply for this college. The course which I study comes under Commerce and Management, which is a girls-only department, but there are other departments that are co-ed. I prefer this college over others as Amrita's certificate has a higher value compared to most of the colleges in Kerala. The college's official website (www.amrita.edu) was really helpful for me while I was applying for the college.
Students are eligible to take part in campus placements from the 5th semester. The college has an industrial relations department that prepares students for placement exams, GD and PIs. The companies that usually visit campus include, Deloitte, Wipro, Federal Bank, D E Shaw, Infosys, and many others. The positions are mainly that of junior associate or analyst in finance. The salary packages vary from 2.5 L to 6 L based on the company and the position offered. There aren't many placement opportunities for BBA students that are looking for a job related to their specialization (logistics). The percentage of students that get placed is small. I plan to attend campus placements that are open to me during the course.
Amrita School of Arts and Sciences, Kochi is a good college overall. The campus is small yet beautiful, the faculty consists mainly of knowledgeable and approachable people. The negative aspect would be that ASAS doesn't have clubs or teams for sports and extracurricular activities. The commerce and management courses are only open to female students. The rest of the departments admit both male and female students. There are a number of college fest organized by the various departments that everyone can take part in. ASAS was taking applications for admission in June while most of the colleges in Kochi had closed their admission process. The admission process was very simple and it took around 45 minutes to complete the entire procedure. ASAS has a unique BBA program that specializes in Logistics Management. I preferred this college since I found this program interesting.
Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham University is known to conduct its own entrance exam for admissions to engineering courses. Known as Amrita Engineering Entrance Examination (AEEE) which is held for the candidates who are interested in opting for B.Tech. courses.. Amrita Engine