Two IIT Kanpur students get Rs 1.20 cr package
Two students of Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur got Rs 1.20 cr package during the ongoing placement drive.
Kanpur: Two students of Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur got Rs 1.20 cr package during the ongoing placement drive.
The drive was started on Sunday and it would continue till December 22, the IIT sources said.
Two students have got the highest package of Rs 1.20 crore per annum from IT giant Oracle. While 76 others got a package between Rs 8 lakh to 24 lakhs per annum from different companies, they added.
Around 50 companies have already participated in the placement process, IIT Kanpur placement cell chairman Vimal Kumar said, adding that 200 more companies are expected to come.
Kumar, however refused to provide details of the salary packages being offered to students.
The big companies including Google, Oracle, Mitsubishi, Amazon, Citi Bank and Microsoft have conducted interviews and given offer letters to around 76 students yesterday.
A total of 180 students have got their offer letters till today.
Around 1,100 BTech, MTech, MBA and MSc students have registered in the placement cell for jobs, IIT Kanpur sources said.
More from India
More from World
More from Sports
More from Entertaiment
- Aware of Chinese submarine deployment at Balochistan's Gwadar port, says Navy chief
- Like SAARC, should India boycott Pak in Heart of Asia conference?
- 'Heart of Asia' Conference begins in Amritsar; Sartaj Aziz to pay a visit on Sunday
- Panel discussion over Mamata Banerjee's false allegations on Indian Army for political gains
- Watch: Reports on final deal of M-777 tanks between India and America
- Gujarat businessman declares highest ever black money amount – Rs 13,000 crore!
- Army proves Mamata Banerjee wrong, releases letter showing West Bengal govt knew of exercise
- Rs 14,000 crore default case: Gujarat businessman detained, says money belongs to politicians, babus
- Newly-wed couple Yuvraj Singh and Hazel Keech perform `bhangra` at Goa airport – Viral video
- Gujarat man who disclosed Rs 14,000 crore unaccounted wealth goes missing