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VIT provides 100% guaranteed placements. The final year students, I mean the fourth year students are eligible for the campus interviews. So I heard that VIT offers good placements. And also in VIT, they provide internships for third-year students. Sometimes through that also they might get placed during their fourth year. So I have planned to get placed through VIT after graduating or else to do my pg.
I am interested in designing and I heard that VIT offers a fashion technology course which has a good scope in the future. So, I applied for the entrance exam through the website - vit.ac.in. And so I wrote an entrance exam called (vitee) . And I got 67772 ranks out of 100000. And moreover, during councilling, there were 53 seats left for fashion technology and that is more than enough. So, I just went ahead and applied for fashion technology. And VIT offers good education and they also provide guaranteed placements. So I just joined here.
From the 7th semester onwards students are eligible for the placements only after they completed their 180 credits. Many many companies have visited like TCS, MICROSOFT, BOSCH, Amazon, Flipkart Capegemi, Cognizant. I don't have an idea if exact figures but it will be over 2k offers The average placement is 6 to7 lacs whereas the highest offered is 41L. Minimum is 3L Around 70 to 80% of students get placed. My plans after Degrees are mixed. Will go for a job. Parallelly give CDSE, INET, will Give exams like CAPF and govt exams to get a govt. Job. Also will aim at a private job as a backup.
VIT has great infrastructure. Ragging, smoking, and drinking is very strictly prohibited here. Also on Saturday and Sunday students can go out for having a tour of Chennai. A huge number of facilities like GYM, SWIMMING POOL, AUDITORIUMS, AND CAFETERIA are present inside. Food in hostel mess is average leveled. The average package is almost 6-7 lacks with a maximum of 40LPA and a minimum of 3.6LPA. Maximum being obviously CSE. Phillips, bosch, Microsoft, etc are some of the main recruiters.VIT is greatly known for its fests. Although in covid pandemic teaching and learning is hindered.I got admission by a merit basis this year(due to covid scene) and got admission in VIT CHENNAI (EEE) . Usually, VITEEE is given to join VITs.This college is very much reputed in terms of education, placement, location and infrastructure. Hence i chose it over others.
The student becomes eligible for placements from the 7th semester. Many company visits in the campus ranging from core companies to IT companies to startup companies. The average package you can get as a fresher is 5 LPA. And highest can go up to 20lpa. Depending upon your overall CGPA and how you perform in the placement test and interview. After the degree, I will be an option for higher studies so that college gives you a testimonial which is required in foreign institutions for admissions. Placement percentage is 90%-100%.
Well experienced teachers. The nice infrastructure of the college. Hostels and mess are well maintained and hygiene environment is provided. Well secured campus as the guards are strict and responsible regarding girls and their safety. The course system of FFCS (fully flexible credit system) allows you to plan your subjects and gives you multiple options to choose your subjects from. Exams are taken seriously and you have a strict attendance system. Has a digital library and free access to all the co-curricular clubs in which you want to join according to your interest. The college has a mixture of cultures from North to South which is a good thing but sometimes you will feel discriminated on the basis of north Indians and south Indians.
Firstly, College has a very good infrastructure. There are separate blocks for different departments thus the laboratories and other common places are maintained properly. College has a good canteen which has food at affordable rates. Library is also well maintained.
Most of the students from our department went for research and further higher studies. Top IT sector companies 85 percent of ECE, CSE department and 30 percent from biotechnology, mechanical, aerospace engineering Live experiments with great facilities. There is a better scope for students in our college.
Mostly many students will be placed for sure. Opportunities are very high.my sister studied in vellore vit.So I chose vit.vit is very reputed institution. It's includes diversity of Indian people.whereas vellore vit has diverse group of students and faculties from all over the world.
Ctc, tcs,wipro, cognizant,Nokia, hcl etc.many startups are there in vit. Many companies are coming for placements.
It was one of the Top University.and had good name and has good reputation. So I have opted this college and Electronics is which I'm interested. It is very challenging branch. The subjects will be very tough which makes your mind run always. And also the infrastructure of the college attracted me to join in this
Microsoft and Amazon come for recruitment. 40L job have been offered to one of our student and Ola has taken a student for 36L
Vellore Institute's CSE with AI program is known to be one of the best in the country. After i spoke with some of my seniors, i was really confident with the choice. Since Vellore does not offer the AI program, and i did not want to compromise on the field of study, i chose the chennai campus but i'm glad i did. The campus is really beautiful and our hostels too are very well built and spacious.
VIT stays proud on the fact that it has a 100% placement system and that is what I'm looking forward to. Seniors tell me that the main job of a non-core cse student is to get placed in a core company as they offer the super dream packages. The alumni network is pretty strong and we get to interact with them throughout the year.
After getting my result and going to the orientation, i was very confused among vellore or chennai campus however there is always something or the other going on inside the Vellore campus, for sure. Having said that, the clubs and chapters are well established and since such things are just starting out in the Chennai campus, you will have a very good chance to get into some good clubs relatively easily as well as be a founding member/very active with lesser redtape. I myself participated in several clubs and got into pretty good position, despite being only a 2nd year student.
Placements in VIT are 100%. But the thing that matters is whether you are getting core company or not.Colleges with multiple campuses have centralized placement, ie. you have to come to the main campus if you want to appear for companies each time they visit your college, though there is complete transparency in placements and every one has equal opportunity.
What attracted me most about this college is that we have complete flexibilty to choose our own timings, faculties and subjects. No other institute in India provides this. I also had missed the JEE exams and so i knew i had to take up admission in some private institute as i did not want to waste a year or go to Kota for coaching. I have always loved coding and working with computers and so when i saw i had a chance to study CSE at Chennai, i took it.
As Im in my third year, we've already been asked for internships and other such oppurtunities. Most of my seniors have already been placed even with the lockdown happeneing.VIT stays true to its "100% placements" statement
It's considered the next best college after IIT, NIT and BITs. The placements were good. The academic structure was impressive. A lot of facilities is provided by the institute for learning more. Student quality is good.
A lot of students sit together for placements. The placements for all the campuses- Chennai, Vellore are held together. So a lot of students take part in the placements. Even if the job opportunities are good the high population makes it very difficult or competitive to grab the opportunity.
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