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Placement Drive Cheers Up Jain (Deemed-to-be University) Students

50% of students placed in the first phase of the campus placement drive ** Jain (Deemed-to-be University) offers programs in the areas of Information Security, Mobile Technology, Cloud Technology, Data Science, IoT, Artificial Intelligence, Robotics & Automation, Metallurgy, Automobile, Aerospace and Aeronautical at the under graduate and post graduate levels
Bengaluru | Written by: BNN Team | Updated: 29-09-2019 | Views: 222
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The first phase of the placement drive for the Academic Year 2019-20 at Jain (Deemed-to-be University) has once again ended on a high note with more than 50% of the students being selected by some of the top-notch companies such as TCS, Mphasis, Ernst & Young, Price Waterhouse Coopers, Morgan Stanley, AXA, Synapse Innovation, Grant Thornton etc.


The highest CTC offered was 30 lakhs per annum and with an average CTC of 9 lakhs per annum.


"We are pleased the way the Industry has come forward to hire students and happy for our students who have secured their dream jobs in the first phase of placements. We are confident that we will complete 80% of the placements by phase 2 and 100% by phase 3 by Dec. 2019. These graduates are expected to join the industry from June 2020. We focus on preparing our students with new age skills thatare required by high tech industries in India and abroad. To prepare our students to take up jobs overseas, we have increased the focus on imparting skills sets needed abroad including foreign language training,” says Dr. EaswaranIyer, Director - Industry Interface & Placements.


In recent years, there has been an increase in the demand for new age skills like Artificial Intelligence, Data Science, Internet of Things, Cloud Computing, Mobile Technology, and Information Security from high tech industries. To impart these skills to the students, it is important to have the industry involvement in academia at various levels and the right pedagogy.
 

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