During campus placements for the academic year 2022-2023, National Institute of Technology, Rourkela (NIT Rourkela) received the most employment offers, totaling 1,534 from 330 different businesses. More than 95% of the students from the premier BTech programmes were placed, according to the official declaration.
24 students received pay packages totaling more than Rs 50 lakh per annum (LPA) as part of the NIT Rourkela placement package. Eight of those received the highest offer, which was Rs. 52.89 LPA. The average cost-to-company (CTC) increased by more than 16% from Rs 11.15 LPA in 2021-2022 to Rs 12.95 LPA in 2022-2023. The average BTech CTC is Rs. 14.22 LPA. Landmark Group submitted a total of 3 international offers.
According to the institute, placement rates for registered students in the BTech programmes in electrical engineering, electronics and instrumentation engineering, ceramic engineering, and dual degrees in mining engineering and ceramic engineering were all 100%. With the maximum compensation of Rs. 1.5 lakh per month, more than 350 internship offers were issued.
Top recruiters for 2023 placement at NIT Rourkela
With 31.1% of all hiring, Software and IT Services has emerged as the leading employer. The top employers are companies like SAP Labs, Microsoft, Amazon, and AWS. The top 10 recruiters according to the number of open positions are listed below.
Tata Consultancy Services – 84
Shell – 62
PwC India- 45
Vedanta Limited- 42
L&T Constructions- 29
Tata Steel Limited- 23
Texas Instruments- 21
Aditya Birla Group- 21
Salary Package at NIT Rourkela
According to this year’s placement reports, the average CTC for the department of computer science was Rs 21.87 LPA, while the average CTC for the department of electronics and instrumentation engineering was Rs 18.12 LPA. While the CTC was 17.97 LPA on average for electronics and communication. Electrical was priced at Rs 14.55 LPA. Over 80% of the enrolled students in the Integrated MSc programme received employment offers, a remarkable 51% increase over the prior year. Additionally, there were more offers for postgraduate studies, with 96.22% of students going into the Department of Electronics and Communication and 90% going into the Department of Industrial Design.