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IIT Delhi’s Robust Start to Placement Season 2023-24: 1,000 Students Garner 1,050 Job Offers in Phase 1

IIT Delhi’s Robust Start to Placement Season 2023-24: 1,000 Students Garner 1,050 Job Offers in Phase 1

Written by Sanjay Kumar

In a remarkable kick-off to the placement season for the academic year 2023-24, the Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi (IIT Delhi) witnessed an impressive turnout as approximately 1,000 students secured a total of 1,050 job offers in the initial phase. This includes coveted pre-placement offers (PPOs), showcasing the institute’s prowess in grooming top-tier talent.

International Opportunities Abound: More than 50 offers, including PPOs, poured in from 20 global organizations situated in prominent hubs such as Hong Kong, Japan, the Netherlands, Singapore, South Korea, Taiwan, the United Arab Emirates, the United Kingdom, and the United States.

Diverse Industry Giants Eagerly Recruit: Air India, Microsoft, Texas Instruments, Goldman Sachs, Bajaj Auto, and Ola Electric emerged as leading recruiters, extending job opportunities to a substantial number of students directly on the campus.

Optimistic Outlook Despite Challenges: R Ayothiraman, the professor in charge of the Office of Career Services, expressed satisfaction with the performance in Phase 1, stating, “Though it was anticipated to be a challenging year, we have performed well in the placement session.” He applauded the recruiters for their faith in the students’ talents and potential.

Sector-wise Placement Breakdown: The majority of placements occurred in the core (technical) sector, closely followed by the Information Technology (IT) sector. Notably, departments like Computer Science, Mathematics, and Computing played a significant role in boosting IT placements. Additionally, students from the Management Studies department secured roles in the ‘Management’ sector.

Growth in Core Sector Placements: Dr. Anishya O Madan, the Industrial Liaison Officer at the Office of Career Services, highlighted the increased recruitment in the core sector compared to previous years, emphasizing the institute’s commitment to fostering technical expertise.

Second Phase and Extended Season: The second phase of placements is set to commence in mid-January, extending the placement season from December to May. The full-time hiring process encompasses both undergraduate and postgraduate students. Currently, more than 370 companies have registered, offering over 700 job profiles. Impressively, processes for over 450 job profiles have already concluded, indicating a robust and active recruitment landscape at IIT Delhi.

As the institute continues to draw attention from a diverse array of recruiters, the stellar performance in Phase 1 sets a promising tone for the remainder of the placement season, showcasing IIT Delhi’s standing as a premier hub for nurturing and delivering top-notch talent to the industry.

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