Maximum compensation offer for IIIT-Delhi BTech batch 2016-17 –35 lacs!

New Delhi: IIIT-Delhi concluded its campus placement for the batch of 2016 -2017. The campus hosted 102 companies and received 342 offers, with an average compensation package of 12 lacs per annum. The maximum annual compensation offer was of Rs35 lacs from Works Application for BTech graduate.
For MTech, several reputed companies made offers of upto 26.5 lacs. Notable companies that came looking for fresh recruits came included Google, Amazon, Directi, IBM Research, Sandisk, Qualcomm, Works Application, Adobe, Oracle among others. The placement profiles offered were that of Software Developers, Research Engineers, Data Scientist, Design Engineer, System Engineer, Business Analyst, Frontend /Backend developers etc.The campus hosted all the Big 4 consulting groups during the first phase.

In the2nd phase the Institute hosted 25 companies. The maximum annual compensation package was of Rs 16.5 lacs offered by QUALCOMM. This was the first time that Qualcomm, an A+ category company visited IIIT-Delhi. It emerged as the biggest recruiter of the season making 32 offers (14 intern and18 full-time offers).

This time the majority of MTech ECE students have received​ core jobs and core internship, which is definitely a feather in IIITD’s cap. The placement breakup is: 98.86 % for BTech CSE students 92 % for BTech ECE, 92.45%forMTech CSE and 93.75 % for MTech ECE.

​Prof. Pankaj Jalote, Director, said, “We are delighted. Our students have made us proud by bagging such handsome offers from leading companies. This is a moment of joy and pride. It is an affirmation of IIITD’s reputation and training.”
The Information Technology & Information Technology Enabled Services sectors is on the rise. There are new avenues of jobs in the software and hardware development, technology consultancies and software management. Students from reputed IT institutes are being picked up by leading companies. There are growing job opportunities for them in industry, government and private business organizations.