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Within three weeks of the start of the new academic session, Delhi Technological University (DTU) students were offered 86 jobs.
As many as 16 companies including Microsoft, Deloitte, Goldman Sachs, Direction, Texas Instruments, Indian Oil, Maruti, TCS and Indian Navy visited the campus. The placements for the 2011-12 academic sessions started on August 2 with a number of companies visiting the varsity to recruit students. While the first three weeks had 16 companies offering 86 offers, another 30 are scheduled to visit the campus by September 30. The highest package offered so far is Rs. 16 lakh per annum, but the figure is expected to rise significantly. According to Neeraj Nimwal, placement officer, DTU, The companies for which the dates have already been booked include Mckinsey, Oracle, Engineers India Limited, NTPC, Wipro, Info Fidelity and foreign companies such as Work Applications of Japan, EPIC of America which offer pay package ranging from Rs. 28-37 lakh per annum. Last year DTU students had received 955 job offers from 176 companies during the placement period and the university is expecting to cross the 1,000 job-offer mark this year. Leading companies besides making job offers to final-year students are also offering paid internship to the third-year students.
Courtesy: Times of India
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