The RNS Institute of Technology (RNIST) offers placement through the Training and Placement Cell. It introduces the student to the profile of the company and job. The interview process starts with a test, GD and interview and students get the offer letter through T&P cell. RNIST provides the placement data of 2018 and gives details about the number of students placed and the number of companies visited.
BE Civil Engineering
BE Computer Science and Engineering
BE Electronics and Communication Engineering
BE Information Science and Engineering
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.
I guess according to the information which I have about both the colleges, you should go for NMIT for CSE as it has more skillful professors and also very helpful. The placement percentage for CSE branch at NMIT is also around 100%.The highest package offered till date is 18lpa in 2016 and almost every year it ranges around 14-15 lpa.the average is 4-5 lpa for CSE.
Whereas, the highest package offered for CSE in RNSIT is 12lpa and average is 3lpa.
Hope this information will help you to choose the best one out for you.
Many companies come to RNSIT for campus recruitment. The pay package offered by these companies don't normally cross 5 lpa.
The better companies recruit in pool campus drives. There the packages offered varies.
Other offers that come to RNSIT students are through tests like AMCAT , COCUBES and E-Litmus. Mostly AMCAT and E-Litmus.
The college makes it mandatory for students to write AMCAT and COCUBES.
Based on many surveys,reviews,faculty infrastructure and placements over all these years, and confining to the colleges listed by you, NMIT stands first, then RNSIT , CMRIT followed by BNMIT. So i suggest you to take up NMIT as you first option! Good luck!
Thanks for the question
All the colleges which you have mentioned are stand almost on the same balance
Established in the same year and having private ownership , all three have a good infrastructure and faculty.
But one of the advantages of RNSIT is the placement. It has a bit of an edge over the other two colleges. Average package is over 5 lakhs per annum.
Whereas jssit and sjbit have a package average in 3 and 4 lakh per annum.
That being said, hostel life and accommodation of JSSIT is better than other.
Finally it depends on your personal choice, where you want to go.
All the best for the future
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