Jamia was established in 1920 by a group of nationalist Muslim intelligentsia at Aligarh (Uttar Pradesh). Its campus shifted from Aligarh to Delhi in 1925 and the foundation stone of the present campus was laid on 1 March 1930. Since then, the university has expanded and become known as a premier educational institution of the country. Recognising its contributions in the field of teaching, research and extension work, the University Grants Commission (UGC) bestowed the “deemed university” status to it in 1962, and it was designated a Central University in 1988. The journey from Aligarh to Delhi, not only presents the physical expansion of Jamia, but also presents a lesson for those who want to build educational institutions for the nation. It is therefore not surprising that Rabindranath Tagore once called the University as “one of the most progressive educational institutions of the country”.
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Training and Placement
Total number of students appearing for campus placements: 354
Total Offers made: 379
Top Recruiters: TCS and HCL Technologies
Highest Package: 7.84 Lakhs per Annum (Adobe)
The first half of the placement season saw more of Consulting and Engineering based profiles recruitments. Consulting based jobs were the most popular. Firms like TCS, HCL and Aricent offered jobs in technical consulting profiles. Also, a number of students opted for jobs based on their stream of engineering studies.
A detailed analysis is given as follows.
Best Recruiter: NKG Infrastructures. They hired 20 students.
Unitech – 9
Desein Indure Private Limited – 6
SMEC, ACC (Concrete), Era Group, Simplexinfra – 3 offers each.
BGR Energy – 4
Hayat Communications – 6
More by L&T, Nagarjuna, Durha Construction, Synergy Property Development Services Private Limited, Action Bridge Gap Construction Private Limited, TCIL, Amfah Infrastucture, Triveni Engineering and Industries Limited, Mottmac and Jacobs HVAC Groups
Computer Science and Engineering
This batch got the highest number of offers – 112. Total companies who recruited CSE students were 16.
Best recruiter – TCS. They hired 36 students.
HCL Technologies – 19
Adobe – 3
Aricent Technology – 9
Samsung Engineering Labs – 7
JK Technosoft, Protivity, Tejas Networks Ltd., TCIL, Comviva Technologies each made a couple of offers. Aon Hewitt, Kothari, Headstrong, CSC, N Vidia and Sapient were other major recruiters.
Best Recruiters – TCS and Accenture. They hired a total of 31 students
Bombay suburban electricity supply (core electrical company) – 7
SMEC – 2 (for their consultancy roles)
NKG Infrastructure Limited – 8
HCL Technologies, Hayat communications, Mahindra & Mahindra, NKG Infrastructure Limited, ACC (Cement), Blue Star, Desein Indure Private Limited and Wind moller & Holscher India Pvt. Ltd. etc recruited in large numbers as well.
Electronics and Communication Engineering
Best Recruiter – TCS. They made 37 offers
HCL Technologies – 17
TCIL – 9
Sapient – 7
Aricent Technologies, Aon Hewitt, Blue Star, CSC, Siemens Limited, Valdel Engineers and Constructors Private Limited, Comviva Technologies and Zia Semiconductors were other major companies that showed excellent placement record this year.
Best recruiter – Maruti Suzuki India Limited (India’s Largest Car Manufacturer). They made 5 offers Others
INDIAN NAVY – 1
Mahindra & Mahindra – 6 (for their Research and development roles)
TCS – 6 (for its consulting and technical roles)
ACC (Concrete), Escorts, L&T Chennai, Honda, Lurgi, Synergy Property Development Services Pvt. Ltd., ACC (Cement), Blue Star India Limited, Cummins India, Fleet Guard, Desein Indure Private Ltd ,Raulunds Braking Private Limited, Lanco Infratech, Eco Labs, Triveni Engineering and Industries Limited, Asia Motorworks, BGR energy, Valdel Engineers and Constructors Private Limited etc.