Mumbai: National Institute of Industrial Engineering (NITIE) concluded the 2018 campus placements last week. This year 132 companies visited the institute and picked up all the 393 students who had opted for placement through campus. In an extremely competitive job market, the students fared well, and the job roles and sectors were in line with their aspirations.
Highlights as per the placement report (PGDIE, PGIM, PGDMM, PGDISEM and PGDPM Courses)
132 companies participated in the 2018 campus recruitment to hire the 393 students
The average salary increased to Rs. 19.22 lakhs from Rs. 17.24 lakhs in the previous year
The top salary package offered rose by as much as 14.22% at the campus recruitment
More than 35 percent of the Class of 2018 received Pre-Placement Offers and Pre-Placement Interviews through their Summer internships at top corporate companies
The season saw companies like Airtel, Accenture, Ab InBev, Amazon, Colgate Palmolive, Deloitte, E&Y, KPMG, HUL, P&G, Marico, Nestle, PwC SDC, PwC, Yes Bank, to name a few
NITIE remained the preferred campus for the b-school recruiters
Key sectors included FMCG, IT & ITes, Consulting, Manufacturing & BFSI
Most placements were within the country while some opted for placements overseas
Sector wise break-up of 2018 placement at NITIE
With a shift in job preference, NITIE students have opted for newer verticals besides traditional favourites like FMCG & Banking. While these verticals continued to be big draws this year too, students showed a lot of interest in considering roles in the Digital transformation journey.
Speaking on the 2018 placement report, Prof Hema Date, Dean of Student Affairs said, “This has been a great year, as our students have bagged excellent job offers. It is a proud feeling that NITIE has fared better than last year, even though the overall job market has been getting more competitive worldwide.”
NITIE has had a 100% track record since its inception, be it summer placements or final job offers. A green eco-campus, housed in Mumbai competes silently with the country’s top engineering as well as management colleges and each year has it has just got better.