VIT students get dream offers

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VIT students get dream offers

On the first day of campus placement at Vellore Institute of Technology (VIT), three IT companies — Microsoft, DE Shaw & Co. and PayPal — have recruited 16 candidates from the 2019 BTech graduating batch with a  dream offer. The highest super dream offer of Rs 39 lakh per annum was given by Microsoft to eight students.  DE Shaw & Co recruited one student with a dream offer of Rs 33 lakh per annum while PayPal gave a dream offer of Rs 21.5 lakh  per annum to seven students.

The campus recruitment process of super dream companies (CTC of more than Rs 10 lakh per annum) would continue till the first week of August, and more than 30 companies in this category are expected to visit VIT for their recruitment. This process will be followed by the visit of dream companies (IT and core) that offer more than Rs 5 lakh per annum.

MTech internship placements for 2019 graduates took place in June, with 60 companies recruiting 507 MTech students with internship stipend ranging from Rs 10,000 to Rs 45,000. Intel has recruited 147 MTech students for internship this year. A total of 487 companies were involved in the recruitment last year, while more than 500 companies are expected to visit VIT for the recruitment exercise till May 2019.



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