Hyderabad, April 18: It is festival time for management students of Hyderabad Central University now University of Hyderabad. The placements for 2011 shown record level response this year and top recruiters this year includes Reserve Bank of India and Tata Consultancy Services and few other big names.
It was a joyful occasion for the MBA students when the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) recruited three of them during the campus placements at a record remuneration of Rs. 11 lakhs each per year, the University said in release.
This is the highest package offered by any company/organization to MBA students of the UoH. RBI had recruited 22 students from different universities all over India and three of them are from the UoH.
In addition to RBI, Companies, Organizations, Institutes, Banks of repute such as the HSBC Banking Corporation, Tata Consultancy Services, Computer Associates, State Bank of Hyderabad, JP Morgan Chase, Hello Soft, TIME, ADP India Ltd., Cognizant, DuPont, Transgraph, DST Worldwide Services, IBM, Commvault, Honeywell, CMC, Tata Motors, Dolcera, Orient BlackSwan, Abhyasa Residential Public School, Sri Chaitanya Techno Schools/Colleges, Velammal School (a well-known academic institution in Chennai), Union Bank, FIIT-JEE, Deloitte, SBH, Andhra Bank, Oracle, Cocubes, Amazon, Pearson Education, Intergraph, Dr. Reddy’s Labs., Oneconvergence, MphasiS, National Payments Corporation Ltd., Canara Bank, Indian Bank, Deloitte, Pearson Education, Viva Books, Infosys technologies, PerkinElmer, to name a few, visited the campus. The companies recruited students from various disciplines like computers, humanities, economics, mathematics, statistics, physics, chemistry, life sciences, communications etc. with an annual package ranging from Rs. 3.00 lakhs – 7.00 lakhs each.
Companies like TVS Motors, AstraZeneca, Advinus Therapeutics, etc. are in the process of fixing the dates for campus placements in the month of May 2011 after the final examinations.
Many off-campus placements have also taken place. This year the placements have been better compared to the previous year with 95% of the computer sciences students being placed already. Placements for MBA students are still on at the university.
Placement Guidance and Advisory Bureau (PGAB) at the University of Hyderabad has been coordinating the placements for students of the University. The collective effort of Schools/Departments faculty placement coordinators and student coordinators has played a vital role in ensuring placements of students from their respective Schools, Departments, Centres.