2178 student bag placement offers at United Group of Institutions
United Group of Institutions (UGI), Prayagraj, one of the leading tertiary institutions in North India, has reached new heights of success in job vacancies this year, breaking the records of recent years.
This has become possible thanks to the quality of teaching and state-of-the-art facilities that IGU provides to its students to make them proficient.
IGU’s placement-oriented training programs are also considered a very important aspect for students to enhance their employability skills and secure good placements in various industries. For this, IGU has its own dedicated training team that conducts various training programs including proficiency training and technical training so that students can meet company standards.
It is the result of this that up to 2178 students of batch 2022 from different streams have received job offers in impressive annual packages in the largest multinational companies (MNEs), including Amazon, Infosys, Wipro, TCS and HCL, among others. Among these students, a Btech student Smriti Das landed a job in the prestigious American MNC Walmart in an annual package of ₹23.4 million.
“Out of the total number of selected students, there are also 119 students who landed jobs for an annual package of 9-10 lakhs,” said Dean of Corporate and Industry Relations, UGI, Prayagraj Dr. Divya Bartaria. According to her, the IGU saw 30% more placements that year, surpassing its previous records.
“This achievement is also important because during the Covid-19 pandemic, the selection process in multinationals had significantly affected. The impact was so profound that thousands of young people lost their jobs,” she added. But despite all this, IGU has continuously made efforts to ensure that its students can be placed in the best multinationals. This dramatically improved placement numbers, Dr. Bartaria said.
According to her, out of the total number of selected students, about 560 students received at least two job offers from leading IT companies including Wipro, Accenture, Infosys and TCS among others. She said that this year almost 35% of the students were placed in prestigious multinationals like Amazon, Infosys, Wipro, TCS and HCL, among others. Dr. Bartaria said that almost all students from different streams including B.Tech, MBA, MCA, BCA and BBA have landed jobs in multinational corporations which is certainly a proud moment.
– Highest package ₹23.4,000,000
– 119 students hired at an annual package of ₹9 to ₹10,000,000
– Nearly 1,000 students land a job during an annual package of ₹3-4,000,000
– 683 students were offered a job with more than ₹5 lakh per year
– 560 students received two or more job offers with an average of ₹5 lakh per year
– On average ₹An annual package of 5.5 lakh has been offered to students
– 190 multinationals participated in the on-campus placement process.
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