Desk: IIT Patna once again set a new record. Let us tell you that after the Corona crisis, now good news has come out from Patna IIT. 252 students who passed out in 2022 have got job offers in campus placements. Out of these 9 students have been given an annual package of 61 lakhs. This offer has been given by Oracle, the Multinational Computer Technology Corporation of America (AMERICA).
This year’s placement is better than last year: Let us tell you that in the 2022 batch of IIT Patna, 252 students who took their bath till now got job offers in the first phase. On the other hand, if we talk about the comparison of last year, then there has been a bumper jump in the placement offers. Last year, only 96 students were given jobs by various companies. The first phase of the annual placement drive started in October this year (OCTOBER).
Offer has come from these foreign companies, know what is special: Let us tell you that this time 6 students got the second biggest job offer from Atlassian at 57.4 lakhs per annum (LPA). MTX has offered 51.1 lakhs per annum to one student, Adobe India Rs 48 lakhs per annum to 9 students and Google India Rs 46.5 lakhs per annum to 10 students. On the other hand, Accenture Japan has offered Rs 47.9 lakh per annum to three students each. The training and placement officer of IIT-PATNA, Shankar Singh Kripa, said that there are 46 offers in total, who have received a salary package of more than Rs 40 lakh. At the same time, 68 have been given a salary package of more than Rs 30 lakh.
How many children have received offers so far: According to the information, so far a total of 252 offers have been received in IIT PATNA, the institute has also received international offers, which is 162.50 percent more than the previous year, so far the student of the institute has received 252 offers from top companies of national and international In 2020, 96 offers were received in this period, thus increasing the number of job offers by 162.50 percent, making it one of the best years in terms of placements recorded at IIT Patna in a decade.