Asia Pacific Institute of Management Placements
Getting placed in a reputed organisation from college is the dream of all students. Asia Pacific Institute of Management has a Centre for Corporate Relations (CCR) for all placement related activities. CCR work on the objective of 3-I (Institute - Industry - Interface) initiative. AIM develops close relationships with industries through various guest lectures, seminars and industrial visits. At the end of first year, AIM also conducts a six-to eight weeks compulsory Summer Internship Programme (SIP) for all students. Asia Pacific Institute of Management has an excellent track record of 100% placements from the beginning. The course structure at Asia Pacific Institute of Management is well designed in consultation with industry experts. For more details about Asia Pacific Institute of Management placements, candidates can check the article given below.
Asia Pacific Institute of Management Placement Process
Centre for Corporate Relations (CCR) at Asia Pacific Institute of Management conducted placement drives smoothly in various steps.
STAGE 1: Student details and other relevant information is shared with recruiters through CCR. The details shared with recruiters are marks of candidates, internship details and others.
STAGE 2: The companies are called on campus for pre-placement talks and provide details about job profile and roles. In this step, employers shared details about job profiles and roles that students have to perform in the organisation.
STAGE 3: Companies conduct placement process in the college. The selection process comprises Psychometric and other assessment tests, GD and Personal interview.
STAGE 4: Asia Pacific Institute of Management issues thank you letters to all the recruiters for fruitful relationships with them.
Asia Pacific Institute of Management Placements Highlights
Asia Pacific Institute of Management Top Recruiters
Kotak Mahindra Bank
PGDM Banking and Financial Services
PGDM International Business
Disclaimer: The above trends are as per the data available with AICTE. It is to be noted that placement percentage is calculated as no. of students placed in a particular year against no. of students enrolled in 1st year of that batch, as per the information provided to AICTE. The placement percentages are indicative and they do not factor lateral enrollment of students, if any and also no. of students who have not participated in placements.
Last Seen: 18 May' 18
Joined On: 18 May' 18
Education Interest: Management
Education Level: Graduate & Above
Joined On: 09 Oct' 15
Education Interest: n/a
Placements of Asia Pacific Institute of Management are good. As per the placement report of 2018 average package was around 6.25 LPA. This is a good package for a private management college.
The top recruiters were - ITC, L’Oreal India, EY, Moodys Analytics, CavinKare, Aditya Birla Capital, Zycus Infotech, Jaguar Landrover, Yes Bank, ICICI Bank, AmazonKent RO, Tata Motors Finance, OYO Rooms, Naukri.com.
For more detailed information please refer to this article .
Hope it helps you.
These is no open source regarding the placement for mechatronica engineering from ASIA PACIFIC INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, PANIPAT. Still from some of the sources it seems like the average salary is around 3 lpa to 5 lpa depending on you hardwork and placement percentage of 71%.
I hope you will find my answer helpful.
All the best.
Hello Rohit .
Let me tell you that Asia Pacific institute of Panipat Haryana is one of the best colleges for mechatronics.
It has highest percentage of placement.
Many companies like NewGen MRF Tata steel HCL Tata motors Mahindra Ashok Leyland etc offer huge package to the students..
International School of Management and Excellence (ISME), Bangalore would be a better choice when compared to Asia Pacific Institute of Management due to better faculty, peer learning, placements and return on investment (ROI).
Hope this helps you.
All the best!
Please do tell in case you have any further queries.
Your Placement Report Downloaded Successfully
Select your reason of reporting