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BITS campuses are a preferred destination for most recruiters. Thanks to the systematic and student-friendly placement procedure in BITS, a majority of the students are successful and draw an enviable package. This helps students to balance their work and duties along with placements.

In this article, we will further discuss their placement procedures, general info, salaries, etc.

Placement Procedure

Process Driven Placement System – BITS placement process has been refined to make recruitment as simple as possible for students and companies alike. The placement process is:

  • They contact companies about 2 months ahead of the placement schedule.
  • Companies provide them with the necessary data through a job announcement form.
  • Then they examine the requirements and send a formal invitation to the companies.
  • They fix a mutually convenient date and time for the presentation & selection process.
  • Then they announce the visit along with the details provided by the company in the announcement form to the students.
  • They ask eligible students who are interested in the job to apply for the job a week before the visit.
  • Then they provide essential details of applicants to the company.
  • The company re-confirms the travel plan a week before the allocated visit date.
  • Then they book accommodation for the company (on payment basis) at the Guesthouse within the campus.
  • They book a presentation hall, and a student volunteer is allocated to take care of the logistics on campus.
  • They announce the list of selected candidates once the company finalises it.
  • Students sign the offer letter, and a copy is forwarded to the company.

Some of the favorable points of the placement process are:

  • No registration charges
  • Rooms with LCD projectors and computers are provided for conducting pre-placement talks.
  • Rooms for aptitude tests, group discussions and interviews are also made available.
  • A team of dedicated placement committee volunteers works to ensure simpler logistics and all other issues regarding campus placements.

So, as we can see, the steps are very detailed and technical in nature. The planning also helps in estimating the number of days one has for appearing for the exams and interviews. It helps to get a deadline before the announcements.

Placement Statistics (2015)

BITS Pilani

BITS Pilani, Pilani campus has always been the top BITS among the three.

It was announced that 150 students were placed only within two days, with a highest domestic offer of 23.5 lakhs per Annum(LPA). The other information regarding the percentage of students in different salary range is given in the pie-chart. Certainly impressive that over 30% of students got packages over 10 lakhs.

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The top recruiters for 2015 were:

    • Google
    • Microsoft
  • Schlumberger

There are about 500 students (approx.) who get placed every year in BITS Pilani.

Placement Statistics(2014)

Placement Statistics 2014

This year, the highest package was 1.44 crores. That’s certainly impressive along with 27.11% students with more than 10 LPA.

The top recruiter for 2014 was:

  • Google

Placement Statistics(2013)

BITS Goa

As we can see in the pie chart in 2013, 12 % students got placed with a package of more than 10 LPA. That’s very impressive.

CTC-wise Distribution

BITS Pilani Placements

Sector-wise Distribution

BITS Pilani Placements

BITS Hyderabad

CTC-wise DistributionBITS Pilani PlacementsSector-wise Distribution

BITS Pilani Placements

As we can see, all the BITS campuses have an impressive record of placements. So, if you are wondering about getting a high salary at the end of your four or five years, they are a nice choice.

Major Recruiters

A few prominent recruiters of BITS are:

  • Absolut Data
  • Aditya Birla Corp
  • Adobe Systems
  • Amazon Development Centre
  • Apex Decisions
  • ASHOK LEYLAND
  • Bain
  • Bank Bazaar
  • Bank of America
  • Barclays Technology Center
  • BeeHyv Software Solutions
  • Bharti Airtel
  • Bogolik Software Solutions
  • Bosch
  • BrahMos Aerospace
  • Bristlecone Labs
  • Broadcom India Research
  • Capgemini
  • CISCO Systems
  • Cognizant Technology Solutions
  • Dell International Services
  • Deloitte Consulting
  • EA Games
  • eBay India Product Center
  • EMC Software and Services
  • Epic Systems
  • Ericsson India Global Service
  • Ernst & Young
  • Facebook
  • FIAT
  • Flipkart Online Services
  • Future Bazaar
  • Google
  • Grail Research
  • HAL
  • HCL Technologies
  • Hero MotoCorp Ltd
  • Hewlett Packard
  • IBM Research
  • Infosys
  • Infotech
  • Intel India Technologies
  • Intel Mobile Communications
  • ITC
  • JP Morgan Chase & Co
  • JP Morgan Services
  • Maruti Suzuki
  • Microsoft Corporation (Redmond)
  • Microsoft Development Center
  • Morgan Stanley
  • Mu Sigma
  • Mylan
  • MySmartPrice.com
  • MYSQL
  • Nokia R&D
  • NTPC
  • nVIDIA Graphics
  • Opera Solutions
  • Oracle India
  • Qualcomm
  • Reliance Industries
  • Saint Gobain
  • Samsung India Software
  • Samsung R&D
  • Schlumberger Services
  • SHELL
  • Symantec Software
  • Synopsys
  • Tally Solutions
  • TCS
  • Tata Consultancy Services – Analytics
  • TATA Housing
  • Texas Instruments
  • Tata Motors
  • TCS R&D
  • Tata Technologies
  • UCO Bank
  • Ultratech
  • Unilever
  • Unitech
  • Voltas
  • Walmart Labs
  • WIPRO
  • Yahoo! Research & Development

These are the names of some famous companies that come to recruit in BITS campuses. There are more companies listed in their brochures.

Choices of Branch

The curriculum of BITS allows you to get specialization in different subjects along with your core subjects. So, if you are wondering whether you will be able to appear for the companies different from your core ones, you can certainly do. Now if you want to join a company that is not at all related to your branch and you haven’t taken any extra courses to get expertise in that type of work which is done there, then you can’t or should not appear for the selection procedure.

If you have got a branch, which you don’t like and don’t have any core companies where you want to work, you should aim for a Department Change in the first year. Another way is to take up subjects related to the branch as electives in your later years. This will give you the necessary expertise in that field. The experience will help you in being eligible for that specific work in that specific company of your choice.

So, your choices of the branch at the beginning should be on the basis of the company you want to work in. The reasons may vary from money to fame. After that, when you get or don’t get the desired branch, you have to work in the direction of getting the required expertise for the job you are aiming to do.

You can also check out a comparative study between IIT Bombay and IIT Delhi.

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