IIT Placements 2022: IIT Mandi receives 249 offers from 88 companies, an increase of 50% when compared to 2021

IIT Placements 2022: 88 companies have offered 249 job openings, including 70 pre-placement openings, to students at IIT Mandi in the first phase of placements.

Including Rakuten, Accenture Japan, Denso, and Nohara Holdings, Inc., the institute has received 19 international offers so far.

In comparison with last year, the number of job offers has increased by 50 percent and the number of PPOs has increased by 25 percent.

According to the institute, 140 national and international companies have registered so far, and more will do so in the near future. There was a wide range of job profiles and sectors covered by the companies. Until the end of December, the first phase of placements will continue.

Among the top recruiters were Uber, Amazon, Walmart, Oracle, Indeed, Flipkart, Microsoft, Tata 1MG, Trilogy, Cashfree, Adobe, Paytm, Rakuten, Zomato, Sprinklr, Schrodinger, Samsung Research Institute Bangalore, ODE, ICICI bank, HDFC, EXL Service, Evalueserve, Merilytics, Jaguar Land Rover, Maruti Suzuki, Mercedes Benz, Addverb, Hitachi, L&T, HoneyWell, Western Digital, AMD, Ceremorphic, LTI, and others. Also, HPCL and CDOT.

The average CTC has increased by nearly 18 percent, and the median salary has increased by 24 percent, with the highest domestic package reaching over 60 lakhs.

There have already been job offers made for positions such as Software Development Engineer, Data Scientist, Data Analyst, Business Analyst, Data and Business Consultant, Marketing, Management, GET (Graduate Engineer Trainee), and several other domains and sectors.

Physical and virtual placement drives were conducted according to the recruiter’s convenience.

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