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There is a special placement cell that offers placement to students. Students become eligible for placement in 3rd year. More than 100+ companies visit the university for campus placement and 1000+ students get selected for the same. Top recruiters- ICICI Bank, TCS, Infosys, Cipla, American express, Biocon etc.
Internships are provided in various fields like sales, marketing, human resources, etc. Students become eligible for internship in 2nd and 3rd year. On successful completion of internship various certificates, perks and LOR is provided to the students.
The placement percentage of the college is around 65% with the highest package of Rs 8.5 lac per annum and the average package is Rs 4.6 lac. Top pharma companies like Tfizer, Roche, Cadila, and Ticla are major partners. The topmost role offered is in pharmacy, pharmacology, and anatomy.
Campus placement is not that good. Some good companies visit our campus but the package offered is not very high. The average package for B.Pharm is 360000 and for M.Pharm it is 300000 only. There is no dedicated placement cell.
Just a semester before the final year, students become eligible for campus placements. All the best and top companies like sun pharma, nestle, Appolo hospitals, etc comes and offer goof packages. As I am in 1st year, idk the exact figures of packages. But it is ranked 1 institution. It obviously gives better placements than any other pharmacy institute in the country. Almost 100% in the case of pharmacy students. I want to pursue higher studies and wanna go for a PHD in the future.
Companies like sun pharma, apollo hospitals, and different renowned companies offer internships to students as a medical writer, clinical research coordinator, analyst, etc. I dont have that much knowledge about it because I haven't got a chance to internships as I am in 1st year.
Jamia Hamdard has a training and placement cell that guides the students in choosing a good company. Activities Undertaken by the Placement Cell are: 1 Preparation of placement brochure for final placement. 2. Pre-placement visits to the companies. 3. General follow-up, joining formalities and other administrative activities. But no Placement for Open and Distance Learning.
The placement is decent here. Around 70-80 percent of students get placed each year. The average package is 6 lakhs per annum, and we have been informed that last year one student was also placed at the highest package of 18 lakh. Many companies come and this college has its own placement cell which is great, and we have also been informed that they will soon have their own incubator cell too. Companies that visit the campus include Amazon, HCL, TCS, etc every year. The placement is supportive and good. My plan after getting the degree is to do to get into computer networking and security in all sense.
Students become eligible to set in the placements from the 3rd semester. A company that visited was Evalue serve and they talked about their company and there was an online test conducted those who passed the test and had good merit were called for the interview from the college. The package provided by them was 3-4 lacks per annum. 1-2 students get placement from the department every year. First, the company keeps the student for internship for 6 months during which they pay a certain stipend and after that, they decide whether to keep the student permanently or not. Most of the seniors also get placed in the field of regulatory toxicology from outside. My plan after getting the degree is to get a good job.
During the last semester, the student has to take an internship either in the college or outside the college so some of them can do the internship from the lab and some of them can do it from the outside companies. I did my internship at the college from the neurotoxicology department. Students who did an internship in the companies were mainly offered regulatory field job
Placements are in big companies like Dr. Reddy's, Roche and many more.More than 40 percent students are placed every year. I want to pursue MBA in Pharmacy after graduation.
99% chance of placement. And there is a very good job opportunities,in which a good career ahead and their are many opportunities to go foreign.
The worst thing is less opportunities. There are only few companies for campus recruitment. Its better to find yourself a better opportunities. The university not promising 100% placements. Offers and package is very low by comparing to other business schools.
I did my internship by finding myself, and its consulting firm in UAE. The college is also providing internship, majority of students went for that and some went theirown.
Yes, you can get admission in Jamia Milia without passing GPAT as this Exam is needed only for admission in pharmacy courses, so if you are looking to pursue other courses then there are plenty of options for you to get admission in the university.
Hi Mohammad, You may please check this link for getting D Pharma course detail of Jamia Hamdard University.
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Based on the GPAT score, shortlisted candidates were called up for Group Discussion and a Personal Interview was conducted online due to this pandemic situation. The admission was offered on basis of overall merit determined by the university.by Dipta Manna
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Pros: 1.Location: Other than IP college, and other govt. IIT, NIT, Jamia Hamdard provide you the opportunity to do Engineering in Delhi. 2. Campus: Much large area covered by University as compared to IP colleges. Cons: 1. No or less on Campus placement opportunity. 2. Fees are quite high as compared to IP colleges.by Nishant Nagar