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BITS Pilani students got placed with high salaries over Rs 1 crore offered by Google
Google has selected students from Birla Institute of Technology and Science Pilani (BITS Pilani) its placement session on August 18 for this academic year with highly annual salary offers Rs 1.4 crore.
The placement ratio of BITS Pilani, 2,300 BITS students qualified for campus placements this year and 53 found placements within two days. the top domestic offer was Rs 23.5 lakh.
Students got maximum offers have been extended by the eCommerce and technology firms. Some students have also been shortlisted by Schlumberger and Microsoft, both of which have extended annual salary offers of over Rs 70 lakh.
Last year, the top offer at BITS was for Rs 1.44 crore, extended by Facebook. However, though Facebook has been visiting BITS for three years in a row till last year, it is not expected to participate in the placements this season.
At BITS many other firms visiting the campus for placements are Linkedln, Flipkart, Microsoft, Schlumberger, Amazon and Goldman Sachs, among others. Hence, more lucrative offers are expected to follow. These firms have raised their salary offers by 5 per cent to 25 per cent this year.
Till date 150 students at BITS have been placed altogether at three of its campuses located in Pilani, Hyderabad and Goa. Placements at the Goa and Hyderabad campuses started on August 13, 2014.
Mostly students from other colleges has influenced at BITs, they want to conducted recruitment process and join public sector undertakings (PSUs). Some motivated individuals informed that they plan to start their own ventures mostly in Communications or Information Technology (IT).
This academic year, 19 toppers of Class XII board examinations 2014 have gained admission into the three campuses of BITS Pilani, as per the direct admission scheme of board toppers.
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