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Placement offers zoom at IIT-G campus recruitment

Guwahati, Dec 2 (UNI) More than 300 placement offers have been made in the first two
days of the first phase of campus recruitment for 2019-20 at the Indian Institute of
Technology, Guwahati, (IIT-G).
The phase one recruitment, which commenced yesterday, will continue till December
15, with 250 companies registered so far, compared to 200 companies for the whole of
last year (2018-19).
A total of 1060 students have registered for placements across departments this year.
The Institute has received offers from companies like Microsoft (19 offers), Uber,
Goldman Sachs (9 offers), JPMC (9 offers), IBM, Nutanix, American Express, Quadeye,
Oracle (14 offers), Bajaj, Google, etc.
These offers are for SDE, Analyst, Systems Engineer, Product Engineer, Analog/Digital
Engineer, Engineer Trainee, etc. job profiles.
The Institute also received a total of 20 international offers from companies like
Microsoft, Uber, Accenture Japan, SOU Japan and BNY Melon USA.
Speaking about placements, Prof. Rakhesh Singh Kshetrimayum, Head, Career
Development Centre, IIT Guwahati, said, “Besides domestic offers, we have several
international offers this time. The number of international offers has already surpassed
double the last year’s total in Day 2 itself.”
Speaking about the trend, Prof. T. G. Sitharam, Director, IIT Guwahati, said, “The
number of offers on Day 2 is a clear indicator of the growing perception about the
quality of students and Institute. We are witnessing offers for profiles such as
IT/Software, Finance, Analyst, Management, Core Electronics and Design. This
depicts present industry trends.”
UNI SG BM
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