During campus placement, sixteen final-year students from Model Institute of Engineering and Technology (MIET) including 8 from Computer Science and Engineering, 7 from Electronics and Communication Engineering and one from Electrical Engineering got placed in Amazon Inc., Hyderabad at an annual salary package of 3 lakhs per annum. In addition to this, all selected students shall receive a joining bonus of Rs. 1 lakh among other employee benefits. The selected students were Shubham Bharadwaj, Rashika Hali, Sarthak Dhar, Ananta Singh, Sonakshi Bhagat, Lakshay Gupta, Kompal Mahajan, Rishabh Pandoh, Sudhanshu Khajuria, Vidushi Mohan, Umar Jahanzeb, Adarsh Sharma, Muhammad Jamaal Laway, Charvi Uppal, Ajay Kumar Rathore and Shruti Pandita. These students have been selected for the Technical Business Analyst profile.
Dr. Arun K. Gupta, Chairman MIER, Dr. Renu Gupta, Vice-Chairperson MIER, Prof. Ankur Gupta, Director MIET and Prof SK Sharma, Director Academics, while congratulating the selected students also complemented the placement team for their outstanding effort and assured greater support to in delivering outstanding value to the current and prospective students of at MIET.
Brig. P.N. Sharma, Training and Placement officer, attributed the stellar performance of the students to the implementation of the Skill Development Matrix for each student under which specific skills and training are provided to students in a phased manner.
Amazon Inc. is one of the leading technology companies of the world and is well-known as the world’s largest e-retailer besides being the market-leading Cloud Service Provider in the world. MIET, Jammu is the only campus visited by the Amazon placement team in J&K. Mr. N. Srivatsa HR Manager Amazon, complemented the quality of MIET students resulting in a 10% campus selection rate compared to an average campus selection rate of 3-4% across North India.
Prior to the Amazon placement drive, HP-India had recruited 2 students at 4.2 Lakhs per annum and Infineon Technologies Bengaluru had recruited 5 students as research interns at 3 lakhs per annum during campus placements.