SRM University Entrance Examination. We had a score out of 100 when I gave it - I think the format has changed over the years, but I got 61. 60 was the cut off score.
The course structure is apt and creatively designed to ensure that there is a lot of learning, yet there is no pressure that is put on the students. The first semester is where engineering is eased in, and then semester by semester, you start to focus on your selected area of expertise. Good infrastructure and services provided within the labs.
Internship opportunities are available for almost all students. Various options can be explored depending upon which field and department you are from. 8th semester project work became a lot easier.
This is the biggest USP of SRM. There are various colleges out there who might be offering you a degree, but the real test comes when you need a job. There is no point if you study from the best of the best colleges, but are left unemployed. Within our batch of 300 students, 50% of us were placed within the first 3 days of placements starting and that too with TCS, Wipro and HCL.
Great environment for the college fests. We had various Technical, Cultural, Management and Sport fests throughout the year. You start by participating in these fests in your initial years and as you become a senior - you actually manage the fests.
I'm pretty confident that the toppers each year did get a scholarship. I didn't get any - but yeah we did have scholarship offerings.
The exam structure is good. Neither too bad nor out of this world. I think equal focus is on internal and external examinations. We had 2 cycle tests and 1 Modal exams before the semester. The cycle tests and modal exams contribute to internal scores. It wasn't a stroll in the park, and neither was it hectic.
I saw the advertisement in newspaper, got the application form from bank and applied. Luckily the date got extended and I was able to make it. I was reprimanded by my mom for not being able to fill the form within the first due date, but I wasn't going to let go of the opportunity twice. It's a sweet story today, that my mom still keeps telling to our relatives.
Students are eligible somewhere from 6th semester for placements and there are many companies and startups to join. The best ones are Kronos and Amazon. Full CSE and IT batch gets placed every year. The highest package was 13 LPA by Kronos.
For us, it was pretty early in our 3rd year. InfyTQ was there. Too many companies visits to count, and a huge amount of offers made. I would say that if you are an average student, you will surely get placed in PSIT. Almost 100%. I would like to explore my interests now. I was offered a placement in 3 companies.. Infosys, TCS and Capgemini on campus. This was the most satisfying part of PSIT.
After the completion of the 6th semester, i.e 3rd-year students become eligible for placements which starts taking place in the 7th semester. Placement drive is conducted and coordinated by the CRPC department which has tied up with many recruiters like Capgemini, Accenture, Infosys, Cognizant, Wipro, TCS are our major recruiters offering packages around 4-9 LPA. Some of our elite recruiters are Adobe, Amazon, Kronos offering lucrative packages greater than 9 LPA. The highest CTC given students of our college stands at 27.4 lacs and average is 5 lacs. IT branch bags the highest number of offers and also highest CTC because of its excellent faculty. 370 companies and 1637 offers were made according to official data with 90 % of students getting placed. My plans after getting the degree are to work as a software engineer at a good MNC.
From the 7th semester students become eligible for placements Many companies like tcs wipro hcl amazon visit this college Tcs is a mass recruiter Average placement is around 4 lakh per annum The highest package was around 18 lakh last year Placements are quite good in CSE AND IT branch Almost everyone is placed in this branch But it is very bad in civil and mechanical branch
There are a lot of companies that visited the campus for placement either it is related to your core or to IT sectors like Wipro ,TCS , byju's , samsung , micromax ,hexaware etc .There is a very high percentage of students getting placement like more than 75 % of people in E.C.E branch got placed this year on a highly motivating package. The highest is 75 lakh per annum and the average being 3.6 lakh per annum. The students became eligible for placement at the starting of their fourth year and gets placed till the mid sem. My plans after getting the degree are to become a research and developer for ISRO or DRDO and work for the nation...
After the 6th semesters, we are eligible to sit in placements. Placements include simple process, aptitude, GD, interview. Since I'm not yet eligible for placements I don't have any experience. But according to stats every year 80-90% of students are placed in good organizations with decent packages. Companies like Infosys, Jaro, Myntra are partnering with the college in order to provide more and more opportunities to the student. The highest and lowest packages observed yet are 21 LPA and 4 LPA. My plan is also the same, I'll try to grab a good placement by on-campus placements.
College provides 100% placement. Even though in the tough time of pandemic college provides 100% placement to the students. The benefit is that students can attend the interview in any college affiliated with AKTU for placement. The average package is around 12LPA.
As the first batch will pass out in 2021, students are eligible to sit in placements in the 4th year. I think 7 to 8 companies visited the college for the placement in which some famous companies are HCL, WIPRO. The highest package is around 5 lakhs and the average is 2 to 2.50 lakhs. I will sit in the college placements.
The candidates who are interested in getting admission in this institution in B.tech program must have 10+2 or equivalent from any recognized Indian Board with at least 50 percent marks. The students will be given admission on the basis of entrance exam JEE MAIN.
The college focuses on plasing the students in the best companies and for the purpose they arrange on campus placements for their students. Various well known companies like Samsung, Microsoft, Micromax, amitech visit and recruit the students.
I applied for the college based on the UPSEE score. UPSEE is a state level entrance examination for engineering admission in Uttar Pradesh. I also set for the JEE main examination however my score was not good in that so I applied through the state level engineering examination score. in case one has given the JEE mains examination and score good marks then he can directly take admission in the institute without going for the the UPSEE exam. I opted for the college because it is one of the popular College in Kanpur .
Placement rate of our college is nice. Good number of companies visit each year for campus placement. Majority of the student get placement however if you ask about satisfactory placement than I can say that around 60% students get satisfactory job roles and packages. In case one doesn't like the on campus placement offer there are good opportunities through off campus placement. Many of our seniors got off campus offer better than there on campus ones. in terms of internship I can say that you are on your own as college doesn't provide any internship.
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