VIT University, often called Vellore Institute of Technology or just an engineering college, has made a record breaking seven thousand, nine hundred and forty seven (7,947) job offers to the students IT companies particularly. Some of them are Technology Solutions, Accenture, Tata Consultancy Services, Wipro, Infosys etc and all of those who’s visited the institute for campus recruitment.
This recruitment process began from September 1, 2015 & finished on Sep 15, 2015. According to the media reporters, the number of candidates recruited by CTS was 1,914, by TCS was 1,864, by Infosys was 1,456, by Accenture 1,472 and by Wipro 1,241, was recruited during the placement. CTS recruited the maximum number of candidates, which turns out to be a national record in the first slot placements only.
More than 4,000 candidates participated in the campus interviews and then the decision to operate with the company which is in their hands. Moreover, VIT University has come into the Limca Book of Records for recruiting maximum number of candidates up till now.
Employments are more or less, dangling in other campuses as well of the country. The campus interviews are hold for the aspirants of B.Tech, M.Sc. in Computer Science, M.Tech and M.S in Software courses and many more.
In accordance with the newspaper descriptions, placement programs had commenced with more than four companies allocating the single slot at SRM University. Placement authorities announced that the ultimate result would be released only on 1st October. Approximately 4,000 apprentices are contributing in the campus recruitments. The aspirants are been proposed a salary package of about Rs. 3.35 Lacs per annum in opposition to that of Rs. 3.21 Lacs in the previous year.
The vice president of VIT University Sekar Vishwanathan in his lecture at the gathering gave the whole credit to the excellence and superiority of their faculty for providing quality education to their students and this is due to their proficient guidance that these much jobs are being proffered to the aspirants.