UPES Dehradun Places 100% Students With Highest Package Reaching Rs 29.76 Lakh

University of Petroleum and Energy Studies (UPES) concluded its campus placements for the academic year 2016–17 on a high note with record placements of 1,447 students and 1,527 offers. Overall, 91 per cent of graduates who were eligible and opted for placements have been placed with the highest package of Rs 29.76 lakhs.

More than 325 domestic and international companies offered career opportunities to UPES students this year. 56 per cent of these recruiters were first timers at UPES.

Placements at 3 constituent colleges of UPES — College of Engineering Studies (CoES), College of Management and Economic Studies (CoMES) and College of Legal Studies (CoLS) stand at 90 per cent, 94 per cent and 85 per cent respectively.

Major recruiters include IBM, Infosys, KPIT, Nestle, Philip Carbon Black Limited, Shell, Sony, Tech Mahindra, Weatherford Drilling International, among other business houses like Adani, Birla, Reliance, L&T and Tata.

First-time recruiters include Adobe, Amazon, Aditya Birla Solar, Azure Power, Byjus Think & Learn, Cognizant, Grasim Industries, Microsoft, Mahindra Finance, Siemens, and Vedanta.

Rituraaj Juneja, Director-Career Services at UPES, said, “Over the years, there is a clear trend of organizations preferring to hire fresh talent that can be quickly deployed and made billable. We enable the same for our students through our domain-specific, industry-endorsed programs that are co-designed, co-delivered and co-certified by our industry partners.” visit here to know more about UPES admission process:http://www.upes.ac.in/online-application-form

While Indian IT sector is witnessing job cuts owing to digitization and automation, there is distinct strong demand for IT professionals with futuristic specializations. UPES has achieved a record 100 per cent placement of its IT & Computer Science engineering students who were eligible and opted for placements with package increasing consistently.

For More Information Visit:http://www.upes.ac.in/placement-records

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