Raipur, March 5, 2020: 2020: At a time when technical education is defined by cloud computing, artificial intelligence and mobile strategies, new job profiles are being created in the IT sector every day. But for staying ahead of the competition in this fast-changing job market one needs not only the sound IT training but also a valued certification. Keeping the trend ahead, leading technological institute IIIT Naya Raipur’s first Bachelor of Technology (B. Tech.) batch created a milestone with their 100 per cent placement in the key IT companies across the globe.
IIIT Naya Raipur, established in 2015, had 70 students in the B. Tech. course and the students bagged offers from both on-campus and off-campus selection processes. The companies which showed interest in the students include Deloitte USI, Utopia Labs, Carl Zeiss, TCS Digital, TCS Ninja, Ericsson, Examly, Algotech, Robert Bosch and Delta X. Ms. Divya Krishnani got the highest package of Rs 43 lakhs per annum from Microsoft whereas the rest of the students bagged an average package of over Rs 8 lakhs per annum.
“The institute is committed to pursuing excellence in higher education, research, and development in Information Technology (IT) and associated disciplines. It firmly believes in bestowing knowledge dissemination and imparting entrepreneurial skills to the students to enable them to address real-world problems. We are confident that our students will excel wherever they have been placed. We would like to congratulate all of them for their hard work and sound grounding. They have bagged attractive jobs both in India and abroad. This is IIIT Raipur’s contribution to skilling India,” said Dr B.K. Panigrahy, Registrar, IIIT Naya Raipur.
The students have been picked up for placement as a software developer, quality assurance, data analytics, data analytics/image processing, business analyst and consulting. 12 students have gone abroad for final semester six-month projects and 16 students got selected in Deloitte USI consulting. Two students got selected in American Express, whereas for students have been absorbed in Karl Zeiss. Four students bagged an offer from DRDO for the 6-month final semester project.
The institute currently runs three undergraduate programs: B.Tech. in Computer Science & Engineering (CSE) , B.Tech. in Electronics & Communication Engineering (ECE) and B.Tech. in Data Science and Artificial Intelligence (DSAI). These credit-based programs are designed to foster core skills with innovation and entrepreneurship skills among students. The dynamic structure of the curriculum orchestrates with the changing needs of industry and academia.
“Our aim is to increase the strength of its industrial associates and to explore new projects with prospective industry partners.