Students of DU have high hopes for their job placements as admission in DU requires them to clear really high cut-offs. The fact is only some of the 3-year bachelor courses can assure you a job right after college.
Majority of courses require the students to pursue a master’s degree and even further studies for that matter.
The courses that attract most of the companies brought in by the placement cell of DU include B.A Economics (Hons.), B.Com (Hons.), B.Sc Computer Science(Hons.), B.A Statistics(Hons.) etc.
Lady Shree Ram receives the best placements. The highest package has been of Rs. 37.8 lakh per annum (LPA) so far, according to the placement cell.
It received offers from top companies like AIG, PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC), Deloitte, American Express, and Ernst & Young among others.
Shri Ram College of Commerce (SRCC) is also known for its campus placements. The highest package this in 2019 was of Rs. 31 LPA offered by Parthenon-EY while the average package was of Rs. 6 LPA.
Stephen’s college is yet another prestigious institution which provides good placements. The highest offer in this college was reported of Rs. 19-20 LPA by the Boston Consulting Group.
Hansraj College received a good number of recruiters including Macquarie Global Services, Deloitte USI, Deloitte India, ICICI bank, Outgrow, Boston Consulting Group and in 2019 highest package was of Rs. 17.5 LPA with an appreciable amount of increase in the average package amount as compared to the statistics of 2018.
Next up is Sri Venkateswara College in the South Campus which witnessed as many as 88 companies offering placement opportunities.
According to the placement cell, the college received 146 offers for the Departments of Science, Commerce, and Arts. The highest offer of Rs. 10 LPA was made by OneDirect so far (as of May 2018) while the average salary package stood at Rs. 4.15 lakh.
Sri Guru Nanak Dev Khalsa College saw highest packages worth Rs. 6 LPA with companies like McKinsey, S&P Global, L&T Construction, Red Carpet, Six Red Marbles, Just Dial, Life Easy, Jaro education, Decathlon, EY India among the many, with around 128 students being placed into the 37 companies that came last year.
The aim of Central Placement Cell (CPC) of DU is to get students placed in reputed multinationals, government Organisations, NGO’s and the private sectors.
All students registered with CPC are provided with placement assistance, counselling for employment and self-social entrepreneurship. The CPC acts as an interface between the industry and the students and primarily enables the students to select from their career options.
The CPC also conducts seminars and workshops to enable the students of the University of Delhi to become successful professionals.
From the above-stated statistics it can be said that the maximum job placements in DU take place for those courses that lead the students to work in the field of the consultation along with inclination towards working in a corporate world.
Apart from good grades a student’s participation in extra co-curricular activities, analytical and logical abilities paired with communication skills also matter.
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