Indian Institute of Information Technology Design and Manufacturing Kancheepuram has released its placement data for the year 2019. Students from different branches of engineering participated in the recruitment drive. Companies from different sectors visited the college for conducting the recruitment drive and offering jobs in various profiles to the students. The details of the placement drive are given below. The details of the recruitment drive of undergraduate and postgraduate students of IITDM Kancheepuram are given below:
Top recruiters are:
Top Recruiters are:
Chaitanya Bharathi Institute of Technology (CBIT), Hyderabad is an autonomous institution approved by AICTE and was established in 1979 and was affiliated to Osmania University, Hyderabad. This college is better than Indian Institute of Information Technology Design and Manufacturing Kancheepuram.
CBIT Hyderabad stands at NIRF Ranking 124, whereas Indian Institute of Information Technology Design and Manufacturing Kancheepuram stands at NIRF Ranking 182.
CBIT Hyderabad is rated as AAAA rating college, whereas IIITDM Kancheepuram is rated as AAA+.
But in the terms of Placement and package, IIITDM Kancheepuram is better as its average package hovers around 5.45 lakhs, whereas CBIT Hyderabad average package hovers around 3.6 lakhs.
To Know more about the colleges, visit these links - https://www.careers360.com/colleges/chaitanya-bharathi-institute-of-technology-hyderabad
All the best.
there are two parts in this answer. 1st is about comparing 2 colleges. 2nd is about course and placements. i would like to answer it from my point of view.
nit rourkela is a prestigious college. on the otehr hand iitdm kanchi is no way inferior. it is also a good college with good reputation. nit and iitdm both are cosly. one or the other way, they are costly. so it now depends completely on course and placements.
metallurgy is a growing branch, thus you could take up masters and then phd and go in research field so that you get a prestigious life. wherein cse is a branch which is in demand among students, which directly implies that there is going to be lack of jobs in the forth coming years. though there are lots of companies, getting a high paid job is difficult. where as in metallurgy, you can assure yourself of getting a job in top companies like, tata steels, sail etc. so there is no lack of jobs in metallurgy. there is a demand indeed.
if you have enough knowledge in metallurgy subject, you have a lot of jobs in foreign too. even in cse, if you have a lot of knowledge, then you might get placed in infosys, wipro and other top companies
so now its upto you to choose. no course is inferior. if you have enough knowledge, you shine. no one stops you from that.
i hope this helps you.
feel free to ask any doubts in the comments
I will advice you to go for IIITDM Kancheepuram Mechanical Engineering, unless you are getting Metallurgical or Chemical in one of the best 10-12 NITs namely NIT T, W, K, C, RKL, MNNIT, MNIT, MANIT, VNIT, NIT JSR, SVNIT Surat or perhaps NIT Raipur. However let me tell you Metallurgical and Chemical Engineering both are the most student friendly branches and have a structred curriculum as well as excellent Placements in both Core and Non Core sectors in the above NITs.
Otherwise, IIITDM Kancheepuram Dual Degree Mechanical Course is too a good choice, with excellent infrastructure, faculty and core placements. Located nearby Institutes like IIT Madras and NIT Trichy as well as Industrial hubs at Chennai and Madurai further provided impetus to training, projects, research and placements. In core sectors Ashok Leyland, TVS, Wabco, Tractor India Limited, GE , Saint Gobain, L&T, TCS have been some of the major recruiters. Many students of IIITDM after pursuing the dual degree progran move to universities abroad or higher technical institutes like IITs and IISc for pursuing Doctoral degree.
For more information and college prediction do follow the link below
Hello Jagan , There are no placements for mechanical engineering students as compared to other branches in 2020. Placements : About 10 out of 100 students are placed in the mechanical branch, and in other branches, nearly everyone is placed.
Hope it will be helpful for you :)
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