Prachi Verma

  • IIT Delhi students receive 244 offers on Day 1

    IIT Delhi students receive 244 offers on Day 1

    Microsoft has offered the highest number of offers to 30 students including 2 international offers, followed by Intel which gave 27 domestic offers. Other international offers include one each from Uber USA and Squarepoint Singapore. Among other companies offering high number of offers include Qualcomm with 16 offers and Goldman with 12 offers.

    US roles with fat pay cheques increase at IITs

    US roles with fat pay cheques increase at IITs

    Japan, which has been the frontrunner among international recruiters at the IITs in the last few placement seasons, continues its strong run, with the likes of Sony Japan, Mercari, Honda Japan, NTT-AT, SMS Datatech, Tonichi Insatsu Co and Diverta Inc vying for tech talent.

    Researchers develop portable device to screen cervical cancer

    Researchers develop portable device to screen cervical cancer

    The research was undertaken by a team led by Anil Sao and Arnav Bhavsar, professors at IIT Mandi along with research scholars -Srishti Gautam and Krati Gupta. The team, along with the industry collaborators, has developed AI-based algorithms that enables the device to undertake automatic screening for cervical cancer.

    Demand for CXOs bucks downtrend

    Demand for CXOs bucks downtrend

    Executive search firms such as Korn Ferry, EMA Partners, Transearch, Insist and Head Hunters said they are all witnessing an at least 20% increase in search mandates for CXOs over last year.

    NITs trump the slump this hiring season

    NITs trump the slump this hiring season

    Students at these engineering colleges have bagged more offers and higher pay packages in the placement season that started in August, compared with the previous years.

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