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Computer science gets the highest job offer of Rs 1.45 crore per annum at Indraprastha Institute of IT

The campus average compensation is Rs 16.33 lakh and median is Rs 14.85 lakh among both the under graduate and PG programmes. Some of the top firms which recruited from the campus include, Google, Microsoft, Amazon, Goldman Sachs, Adobe, Qualcomm,...

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Nov 05, 2019, 01.13 PM IST
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The current batch graduating in 2020 from this institute received a total of 562 offers including 310 full time offers and 252 internship offers in this placement season.
New Delhi: A computer science woman engineer bagged the highest job offer of Rs 1.45 crore per annum this year at the Indraprastha Institute of Information Technology (IIIT). The current batch graduating in 2020 from this institute received a total of 562 offers including 310 full time offers and 252 internship offers in this placement season. The other high pay packages recorded this year at IIIT Delhi were about Rs 43 lakh and Rs 33 lakh. Currently the campus average compensation is Rs 16.33 lakh and median is Rs 14.85 lakh among both the under graduate and post graduates programmes.

Some of the top companies which recruited from the campus include, Google, Microsoft, Amazon, Goldman Sachs, Adobe, Qualcomm, Nvidia, Wadhwani AI, WDC, Tower Research, HSBC MathWorks, Harmon Kardon, Reliance and Samsung R&D etc, according to a release shared by the institute. Some of the top recruiters offering internship included NetApp, Nvidia, Tower Research, Adobe, Amazon, Google, among others. The list of first time companies included NetApp, Nvidia, Facebook London, etc.

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