National institute of Technology (NIT) - Placement Reviews
4 years ago
Anonymous B.Tech Student
Better but....needs to think once more 2/5
National institute of technology is a brand.However it deserves that but the standards of students are going down day by day due to increasing local students and diminishing cultural exchange. Formation of groups among students is one if the biggest reasons for it's demotion
Well,one student recently bagged up a 80 Lpa package recently. On a whole beat place for campus placements
I don't think that NIT needs an Introduction because NIT has a goodwill in entire India after IIT's and taking admission here is also very tough when I decided to do Mtech at that time I gave GATE Examination in which My percentile was 95% and I have selected Communications as the field of my masters
The total fee for the course was Rs 3 lac for 2 years and it also Includes the hostel fee.
In the campus of NIT, one is 100% sure that they will get the jobs and there is n number of Companies both Indian and MNC's who comes for the job placements.
Being an NIT makes it very popular among engineering aspirants, it is one of the best engineering colleges we have in India. The fees are around 35K per semester which is quite affordable, plus there are scholarship facilities available for the students belonging to a lower caste.
Excellent placement of the college, the placement is up to 90% with an average of Rs.4.5 LPA which is quite good to start with.
It is the part of India's premier Institution range which focuses on the Increasing skills of the engineers so that they can learn and grow although i am not personally that much satisfy with the lecturers of this college but my colleagues are and i have chosen electrical as my field of study and there are many courses in btech and mtech are present.
I have got placed in a good company with an awesome salary package.
I don't think that NIT needs any Introduction to there education and employment facility and right now I am doing my Mtech in Mechanical Engineering and if we talk about the annual fees of the course then it is Rs 80,000 PA and the admission fees id rs 35000 PA
Taking admission here is also not very simple you have to clear a national level examination which we all aware of it.
Surely more than 90% students get's placed in the college
I don't think that NIT needs any Introduction and I have done Mtech in the Off systems which are in the electronics department and for the admissions, I have given the GATE Entrance examination and the rank of mine was 4000.
Although this college was Government controlled the fee of the college was high but not that much and this year I have given the final year examination and this college also provides great placement opportunities
I have got placed in the Electronics department of TRBC Company