On campus, the National Institute of Science and Technology (NIST) has a training and placement cell. The NIST Berhampur placement cell offers students pre-placement training programmes. The placement cell at the National Institute of Science and Technology organises soft-skills training, personality development training, workshops, industrial visits, guest lectures, written tests, group discussions, mock interviews, and other activities to prepare students for the placement drive. NIST Berhampur recruiters include HP, Myntra, Amazon, ValueLabs, Sutherland, Hexaware, Genpact, and Capgemini, to name a few. The institute also offers numerous industry-related training programmes and courses during the summer and regular semesters.
The National Institute of Science and Technology NIRF placement report 2021 shows that out of 40 eligible students, 31 PG (2-year) students were hired by various organisations for a median salary of Rs. 3,00,000 while 2 students chose to pursue further education.
Total Number of Companies visited
Total Number of Students placed
Highest Salary offered
Rs. 28 Lakhs
Total number of students eligible for placements
Total students placed
Median Salary offered
Total number of students selected for higher studies
|First year total students intake||930|
|Total students admitted||921|
|Total Graduated Students||748|
|Total Placed Students||509|
|Total student gone for higher studies||12|
|Median Salary||3.60 L|
The campus placement opportunities are very good. Around 95% people are placed this year. The highest package this year was 19 lakhs per year offered by Western Digital. The Average package this year was 5-6 lakhs per year. The placement process is quite difficult but very pleasant. Yes, the college was very supportive.
It all same as the other private collages. Infosys is the day one company then the other such as wipro, sankalp , western digital and so on. wipro has nodel center in our campus but we prepare for manly for off campus.
Cut-off is changing every year so its difficult to predict straight and confirm rather we can help you on regards of previous year's cut-off.
Though your rank is not bad for CSE , according to previous year cut off for general category the rank was in range 306747-1105374 for B.Tech in NIST Berhampur . For B.Tech in ECE the ranks were 516780-1102879 .
So yes there is a a probability you may get a seat in CSE this year .
Some of the colleges you can apply according your rank for CSE are :
Vellore Institute of Technology
SRM Institute of Science and technology , Chennai
COEP , Pune
DSCE , Bangalore
Well check out the chances of your's getting into a college with CSE by visiting the link below:
Till then All the best
GITA is superior to NIST in every way, not just with regard to placement. The colleges host the same hiring companies because they are almost in the same geographic vicinity and have nearly identical accreditations. However, I also consider fee structures to be important factors. And the GITA pricing schedule is reasonable.
YES, you can apply to national Institute of Science and technology, Berhampur (NIST) without giving JEE mains examination also. The admission to National Institute of Science and Technology, Berhampur is based on the results obtained in the NIST admission test.
The admission criteria for NIST berhampur is as follows : Fill the college application form. Candidates have to appear for the NIST Berhampur admission test. Seats will be filled on the basis of merit scores of the career points (70% weightage) and admission test (30% weightage). Shortlisted candidates have to submit the documents and pay the fees.
Further, if you wish to know more details, like admission, eligibility criteria, etc for NIST then you can follow the below mentioned link to know more : https://www.careers360.com/colleges/national-institute-of-science-and-technology-berhampur/admission
I hope that this will help.
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