KIIT University, Bhubanaswar, has achieved a record of 89% of placement averaging across all courses of study in 2013.
Out of 1,848 eligible students, 1,651 students bagged job offers in campus placements under six disciplines of university, such as, School of Engineering; School of Computer Application; School of Biotechnology; School of Management; School of Rural Management; and School of Law.
Many students from School of Engineering - were pampered with two or even three job offers.
These jobs were offered by 174 companies, that participated in the campus placement programme which was organised for 2013 batch of students (passing out).
Go through the slides for detailed campus placement 2013 analysis.
Performance Across schools:
School of Engineering and School of Computer application, which have the highest number of students among all school of KIIT University, recorded 90% placement.
Number of companies in different schools:
More than 65 companies had visited SOE, SCA.
Top five companies by number of job offers:
Top corporate companies and multinational companies participated, including Microsoft, Intel, SAP, Tata Steel, Tata Power, TCS, Accenture, Aricent, Capegemini and many more.
Top 10 companies by CTC:
The highest salary package in school of Engineering was Rs 16.25 lakh p.a, offered by Microsoft; and the average salary package was Rs 3.15 lakh p.a.
School of Management:
School of Management has more than 45 corporate houses visiting for the campus placement, in which about 90% of the students got job offers. The highest salary package was Rs 16.13 lakh p.a.
School of Rural Management:
School of Rural Management recorded 100% placement with all 50 students of 2013 batch (passing out) placed in 20 organisations.
School of Biotechnology:
As many as 23 students from School of Biotechnology got selected for reputed national and international universities and research organisations. Taking together 42 students who preferred to join industries, School of Biotechnology has recorded 93% placement for its 2013 batch of students (passing out).