212 placement offers in 14 days at KL Deemed-to-be University

The highest pay package offered was that of Rs 20.60 lakhs per annum

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Students of KL Deemed-to-be University have managed to bag many attractive placement offers from big companies, including Deloitte which made the maximum number of offers, that is, 104.

About 212 placement offers were made during the placement drive in a span of 14 days. The highest pay package was offered by Analog Devices of Rs 20 LPA. The virtual drive saw participation from companies, such as Motorola, Agile Solutions, Mentor Graphics, Metric Stream, Deloitte, Amazon, Quotient Technologies, Providence Global Software, Tek Systems, USI, Informatica , Adobe India, Josh Technologies, CDK Global, Accolite Digital and so on.

While four students have secured offers over Rs 20 lakh per annum, 18 received offers of over Rs 15 lakh per annum, and 44 bagged offers over Rs 12 lakhs per annum. About 170 students got offers of over Rs 7.5 lakhs per annum, while 212 got offers above Rs five lakhs per annum.

Koneru Satyanarayana, president, KL Deemed-to-be University, appreciated “the efforts of heads of departments, faculty, and staff in guiding the students in attaining success” in the placements season 2021-22.

GP Saradhi Varma, in-charge vice-chancellor, KL Deemed-to-be University, reveals that the University’s” placement cell operates round the year to facilitate contacts between companies and graduates”. He also shared that “training sessions are conducted to impart specialised skills, and knowledge of cutting-edge technology to help the students obtain jobs in national and international companies.”

The Training and Progression Division has trained the students on verbal, quant, aptitude, reasoning and logic on programmes including C, C++, Python and JAVA, along with industry skill certifications and skill-development programmes organised by the University’s Skill Development Division on Salesforce, ServiceNow, Pega, Automation Anywhere, Tessolve, ByteXL, Huawei, NI, CISCO, AWS and Microsoft Azure.

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