Mumbai, : KL Deemed to be University, one of the leading universities in the country for graduation and higher education, has announced that the university has secured its highest-ever placement offers of 3,200+ so far from eminent corporates for its students from B.TECH, M.TECH, MBA, BBA and B.Sc courses. Despite the economic slowdown caused by the pandemic, the university worked closely with the HR officials of the corporates to achieve this landmark by placing all the registered students who have qualified for placements. With an early placement drive as a strategic move, the university has maintained its record of securing ever-increasing placements consistently. The University, with its distinctive academia, coupled with state-of-the-art infrastructure, has proved to be an enticing destination for recruiters. The highest package secured through the campus placement drive was INR 25 lakh per annum (LPA).
KL Deemed to be University has achieved a new milestone in campus recruitments this year with the highest pay package offered. The highest pay package recorded a jump of 150%, while the average salary package witnessed 35% increase in the last 4 years.
KL Deemed to be University has several industry-academia partnership programs which played a crucial role during the placement season. The students were imparted internship training for 6 months at international companies from Germany, Japan, USA and Taiwan. Companies visiting the campus have increased to 267 from 153 in 2017-18. Prominent recruiters from IT, BFSI, Consultancy, E-commerce, Automobile among other industries, like ServiceNow, Flipkart, HP, Hyundai, Vodafone, KPMG, Naukri.com, Bharati Airtel, BYJU’S, HCL Technologies, CISCO Systems, ICICI Bank, Accenture, L&T, Virtusa, Goldman Sachs Inc., Amazon, Deloitte, Infosys, TCS, Pegasystems, Wipro, Mentor Graphics, AMD, Analog Devices, Informatica, Hitachi, Quotient Technology, Optum, NCR corporation, KIA Motors and others, recruited from the university.
Due to the pandemic, a majority of the companies recruited online to ensure health safety. Students from all branches of engineering, management, humanity & science, and pharmacy courses, earned job offers during the placement drive.