Marwadi University student secures INR 34.5 L package at leading tech MNC
~Marwadi University crosses placement of more than 5500 students in reputed companies across India, along with the Highest package for 2021 secured at 34.5 LPA at Amazon’s Bangalore Development Centre~
New Delhi: Marwadi Education Foundation Group of Institutions, (Gujarat’s only NAAC A+ accredited institution) along with Marwadi University (MU), a leading private university based in Rajkot, Gujarat which offers BE, MBA, BCA, BBA, MCA, B.Com, amongst others, announced successful placements for 2021. Over 5,500 students have been placed in reputed companies across India. Despite the ongoing pandemic, the university ensured students are successfully placed with packages of up to INR 10 Lakhs per annum. The highest package for 2021 at 34.5 LPA at Amazon’s Bangalore Development Centre, which was a new record for the institution. Marwadi University has a consistent track record of placements, bagging an award for highest placements in Gujarat, in the year 2018-19.
Participants who conduct regular campus visits during recruitment drives include industry leaders and MNCs’ such as, Amazon, Morgan Stanley, Byju’s, Capgemini, HDFC Limited, Flipkart, Ford Motor, Wipro, IBM, The Indian Navy, Cognizant, Axis Bank, Godrej Industries, ICICI Bank, Airtel, JIO, Reliance Industries Limited, Justdial, Cadila Pharma, GHCL, UNO Minda, LG Soft, Alembic, Coca-Cola, Berger Paints, RtCamp, Conga, HFFC, EPAM, Nirma, Crest Data system, to name a few. The university has also signed a training and placement MOU with TCS which has such tie-ups with only 5 universities in Gujarat.
“The Centre for Placement & Corporate Affairs and along with L&D team is extremely active in ensuring that students focus on creative, interpersonal and critical thinking skills, which are just as important as technical skills to excel in the future workplace.”, said Shlok Soni, who recently completed his BTech, Computer Engineering from Marwadi University, securing a package of INR 35 LPA at Amazon’s Bangalore Development Centre. Offering quality education, nurturing students at a holistic level, and preparing them to be industry-ready has aided Marwadi University, to become the preferred choice for campus recruitment despite the ensuing lockdown.
A recent World Economic Forum report stated that “creativity & emotional intelligence will emerge among the most critical skills, primarily because of the launch of new technologies, new ways of working and high demand for soft skills”. Dr. Gaurav Gandhi, AVP, Centre for Placement & Corporate Affairs and Mr. Dhananjay Singh, AVP, Learning & Development, Marwadi University, added that “Congratulations to all the students. At MU, the Centre for Placement & Corporate Affairs and L&D Department work closely with the student’s so as not only to excel at academics but also cultivate a winner’s mindset. Training programs are meticulously designed to meet evolving industry expectations. We’ve also formed a dedicated in-house team of experienced and skilled faculty, who deliver in-class and workshop mode sessions, to steadily empower students with enhanced Quantitative Aptitude, Verbal Ability, and Logical Reasoning, crucial in securing high-end campus placements today”
Coupled with the ongoing impact of COVID-19, the MU Centre for Placement & Corporate Affairs has been working round the clock to implement a structured training system. The primary objective is to develop a competitive edge early and get students job-ready for the new demands across multiple industry verticals.
Speaking on the occasion, Prof (Dr.) Sandeep Sancheti, Marwadi University, said, “Marwadi University has always been a pioneer in providing global educational and job opportunities. We have also signed MOU’s with reputed universities in Poland, Romania, America, China, and Dubai, through fully and partly funded student exchange programmes, to provide international exposure. We wish the best of luck to all our students, the future leaders of tomorrow, who have been placed in various reputed companies across India.”