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TCS 30, recently alumni is conducted.most of them are settled in high professional jobs. manargical jobs. H.Rs politicians etc
More than GOOD, upto 90%. This university has a dedicated placement and training cell which helps students in providing them the necessary trainings. The students who graduated from GITAM are preferred by many top-notch companies of IT and core sectors. MNCs and Corporates visited 100+ Alumni across globe 30,000+ Startups by GITAM graduates 35+ Total Students Placed till now 30,000+ The batch of 2019 witnessed 136 total offers being made by reputed companies. The list includes Tata Consultancy Services, Virtusa, Zenstar, Mindtree, ValueLabs, Value Momentum, TA Digital, Hitachi Solutions, Accenture, Oracle, Tech Mahindra, etc.
We've visited sugarcane refineries, cashew factory and a chemical company of rare earth metals. We've also been taken to hindustan shipyard. Nearly 65% students were placed in well known companies. The placement process was good. We've got a placement cell and a trainer and guider. Good guidance and well instructed. The alumni association was indeed a good activity gives us a good hope to maintain the connection to the college and our friends.
I was an intern at hpcl vishakapatnam for finance and given no stipend. The overall process for the internship was easy as the college shall provide a reference letter for us.
Alright so being a management ug grad.I would say the placement weren't that great.You got many companies like byjus,calvin klien and some 3rd rated omes who only offered sales role and gave some 20k/month.The mba grads used to get good placement way better than us.i think out of whole ug batch of our year,some 5 people would have been recruited thats it.alright so after passing out,we joined the gitam alum group which notified us of any job openings.I would say its satisfactory.
It is very good and placements are 100% the placement are very important for our college and in our college there is a possibility that every student will get a good job
Various MNC's like Google, Amazon, TCS, WIPRO, TATA visits the campus for placements and they take up worthy students at their best. There is an averge package of 5LPA. And highest has been 18LPA.
There are so many companies visited for placements in Gitam like Tcs, Sonata, microsoft, wipro etc and every comapny must choose the students by following steps like 1st step as exam then after group discussion after that interview and then Hr round then after they confirm the remaining students in placements in Btech about 70% of students selcted for placements and for degree students there is only 30% of students selected in placements and institution also take placements as serious matters in Gitam so they try to allow so many companies for placements to select more students
Gitam provides good placements for all streams of students and nearly or above 50% of students selected to placements in gitam and department also take seriously on placement program in gitam so they are also plays one of the major role in placements
Every year nearly 92% students are get their job through on campus placements and some of the companies like HDFC bank and icici bank and itc and axis bank and tesro lik etc are the banks are picking up the financial and marketing background students as well and like other companies like Asian paints and muthoot finance and itc and others are picking up the marketing stream based students
Placement is wonderful in our college, some of the companies visited our college are: TCS, ACCENTURE , MICROSOFT, GOOGLE , INDIAN NAVY, TATA MAHINDRA etc. Almost 80% students will move out after they get job remaining 20% are people interested in business and abroad studies. Recently our college has involved online coursera internships and also conducted College connect program for interaction with big people
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