That I have to do? Can I get a 30 lakhs package (off campus) if I am doing BTech in ECE at a level 3 university?

Updated on : December 6, 2021 by Rory Marsh



That I have to do? Can I get a 30 lakhs package (off campus) if I am doing BTech in ECE at a level 3 university?

I will give you a more practical answer. Getting the 30 lpa pack itself is very difficult even for students who are at IIT and all good colleges. There are very few companies that offer such a location and only a few specials can get such a package.

Now, getting this package off campus greatly reduces the scope, because first, such off-campus units are very rare and you will have to try very hard to get an interview. There are very few companies that offer these types of packages, namely Google, Microsoft, and maybe 2 or 3 more.

Now, off campus, the competition is incredible. You really have t

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I will give you a more practical answer. Getting the 30 lpa pack itself is very difficult even for students who are at IIT and all good colleges. There are very few companies that offer such a location and only a few specials can get such a package.

Now, getting this package off campus greatly reduces the scope, because first, such off-campus units are very rare and you will have to try very hard to get an interview. There are very few companies that offer these types of packages, namely Google, Microsoft, and maybe 2 or 3 more.

Now, off campus, the competition is incredible. You really have to excel in everything related to computing. And being such, while obtaining a degree in ece is very difficult and in most cases it is not possible.

So the chance of getting such a high package, and that off campus too, is very low. Mainly in the range of 0.1-0.2%. In general, you can expect, on average, a 4-5 pack, and that is if you can get work off campus. The market is too saturated now and only highly qualified people are hired.

Since you are so worried, I suppose you have tried hard but have not been able to do it somehow. Do not worry. You did your part. Perhaps the situations and circumstances were against you that day. Now I want to tell you that a level 1 college or a good college only guarantees you good opportunities, not a good placement. Placement is something that students must accept regardless of college. Even IIT students remain out of place and even some level 4 university students crack Google, Amazon, Microsoft, etc. The only thing is that you would be exposed to endless opportunities if you are from I

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Since you are so worried, I suppose you have tried hard but have not been able to do it somehow. Do not worry. You did your part. Perhaps the situations and circumstances were against you that day. Now I want to tell you that a level 1 college or a good college only guarantees you good opportunities, not a good placement. Placement is something that students must accept regardless of college. Even IIT students remain locationless and even some level 4 university students crack Google, Amazon, Microsoft, etc. The only thing is that you would be exposed to endless opportunities if you belong to IIT, NIT, IIIT and BITS. That is all. Rest all depends on your caliber, skill, and knowledge. Now for more information like what to do to crack Tech Giants,

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Hope this answer helps.

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This answer is in the Indian context:

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Off-campus placement means that you are not placed in interviews conducted on your university campus, but rather off-campus. Suppose you finished doing engg and didn't get a job or a good job for that matter. Then you can change to places like Bengaluru, Hyderabad, Chennai. , pune, gurgaon looking for work.

But Bengaluru is the best place to get a job, especially if you are looking for a job in the information technology field.

You asked about the procedure, so here it goes.

  • Write Elitmus, amcat. Based on these scores, you will be shortlisted and the company will call you for technical rounds.
  • Follow the pages on Facebook called Bjs (bangaloee job seekers) to
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Off-campus placement means that you are not placed in interviews conducted on your university campus, but rather off-campus. Suppose you finished doing engg and didn't get a job or a good job for that matter. Then you can change to places like Bengaluru, Hyderabad, Chennai. , pune, gurgaon looking for work.

But Bengaluru is the best place to get a job, especially if you are looking for a job in the information technology field.

You asked about the procedure, so here it goes.

  • Write Elitmus, amcat. Based on these scores, you will be shortlisted and the company will call you for technical rounds.
  • Follow the pages on Facebook called Bjs (bangaloee job seekers) and mra job seekers. Trust me, they are the savior. They post about daily walks and off campus organized by different companies in their offices or in some university. and you will receive an interview call.
  • There are some consultancies like expersis IT and magna infotech that can arrange an interview for you. But most of these cases will work on payroll.
    • Join Java classes like jspider or qspider, abc etc. These institutes will provide you with basic and advanced Java training and at the end of the training or during the training they will call up companies like TechMahindra, capgemini, Deolite and many more. Located. Basically, the duration of the course will be 3 to 6 months and the course fee will vary from 7k to 18k. Remember these institutes are in Bangalore.
    • These were some of the ways you will receive an interview call, but I will say that at Caps it is just one part of the entire placement process.
    • Being placed in a crowd of 2k to 5k will require a lot of effort on your side. You should be very good at expressing your thought. Should be good at communication skills. Because they knock out in numbers in the first round, which is the most common group discussion. of the time. If the off-campus campus you attend is not by a mass recruiter, then your chance of being selected will be very http: //low. My friend attended one of the off-campus campaigns at CIT, Bangalore. and only 12 were selected.
    • You can attend interviews on the company campus as they organize walks for the vacant position.
    • You can update your profile on Naukari and Monster Jobs - Job Search, Career Advice, and Recruitment Resources. If you have good skills, you can get an interview call.
    • Compared to campus, it is very difficult to get jobs outside of http: //campus. So try to locate yourself on campus.

If you can't get an interview on campus, keep trying off campus. There is a famous saying in Bangalore "Bangalore kisi ko khali haath nhi bhejta" (meaning Bangalore has never sent anyone home empty handed)

So keep working hard. Don't be discouraged by your rejection. JUST learn and improve with every opportunity you get.

They'll definitely get you high if it's not today, Tom for sure.

ALL THE BEST.

KEEP flying high.

1). First of all, what matters is your apptitude. Now all companies have a requirement to take an aptitude test. They do this not to judge your fitness, but as a screening round to filter out a large crowd. This is highly recommended, so get started today. Buy RS Agarwal's Apptitude book and try to cover every top in one day. It will take 1-2 hours, and sometimes it will be less. This book can be easily purchased online at low cost.

2). The second and most important of all those that come parallel to the first point is your personality. It includes your soft skills, stage fright, and how you can express t

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1). First of all, what matters is your apptitude. Now all companies have a requirement to take an aptitude test. They do this not to judge your fitness, but as a screening round to filter out a large crowd. This is highly recommended, so get started today. Buy RS Agarwal's Apptitude book and try to cover every top in one day. It will take 1-2 hours, and sometimes it will be less. This book can be easily purchased online at low cost.

2). The second and most important of all those that come parallel to the first point is your personality. Include your soft skills, stage fright, and how you can express things. Soft skills will be the most important, so start improving your English communication skills. How? Stick with it, we'll post the next thread soon in details and in a practical way

2). Third comes the percentage / CGPA. The more you get, the more your advantage will be both on and off campus, as you will be available for all opportunities. So try to score as high as you can on your exams, butter if necessary for the teachers and the HOD as the term will be in your hands so don't take it lightly as it will matter a lot, especially in all Indian institutes and may increase. its percentage up to 5%. This will give you an advantage only if you pass the first stage, that is, the aptitude test. Otherwise, every step will be in vain.

2). Learning language skills. In this, the most important thing will be the coding skills, such as starting with C, then Java and then Python.

And you have experience in ECE, Java will be the most essential in the electronics part, as well-known companies like Boch will give you an advantage. But you have to start with C to understand basic coding skills.

To my knowledge Java Basic or C will be in your syllabus, but that is not enough. So join the Java classes as you can learn the basic Java content in a 3 month course and in the end you will also have a certification which will give you a resume.

And side by side, you can check various sites like youtube, coursera, edx, etc. You can also check the Memerise app to learn. It will be more fun.

The best, easy, and fun way to learn is by doing hands-on projects that can be created by learning a little language and electronic skills. This is the most recommended as it will give you a learning satisfaction, it will also give you an engineering feel, and it will add to the resume so you will end up with a ton of projects on your resume, isn't that great? And if you were a recruiter, what do you think of a resume with 20-30 projects? To think?

3). Like BTech. Student must carry out a mandatory 6-month internship in the industry in the last semester. This will be to your advantage, as most companies will hire you directly upon viewing your work. Also, if you keep a good rapport with the boss and other members of the department, they will definitely recommend you to other companies. So keep a good rap not only for work but also for your voice, that is, become more sociable.

4). Lastly, become bilingual. It is not mandatory, but it will be an advantage in the future if you clear the initial obstacles mentioned in the previous points. This can even take you abroad by companies. The best way to do this is with the Memerise app on Android. This is the most effective, easy and fun way to learn any language.

Finally the tips and tricks:

1). College days are the best part of your life, so don't forget to enjoy every moment. Enjoy hard and party hard. But try to avoid the bad things, you know what I'm saying as this will deviate from your goals. I'm not saying don't do it, do it only with limitation.

2). Try to enjoy all the extra activities both in the department and in the university. Join different clubs, participate in all possible events, organize various events. This will give you more fun, you will become more sociable, it will enhance your personality, and you will have many connections and friends to hang out with. Doing this will be your complete package. This gives you happiness and helps you focus on your studies. But remember not to neglect your studies.

3) For each topic, try to do a practical live project like electronic automatic night light, two-way visitor counter, to name a few. Explore the possibility and use your engineering mind.

Finally, all the best for these wonderful days and your next future projects.

I am a new writer so please like or comment as it will help me improve my skills and help others like us.

Thanks and Jai Hind.

The scope within the main field isn't much, but that shouldn't stop you from getting into a big company. However, you will always have the option to dive into the other domains. From my personal experience, most of the people I know with experience in ECE are working as software developers.

If the branch location scenario at the university is good, why not? If not, don't worry. In the end, the only thing that matters is your skills. Don't be an expert in all trades, instead be a master in one. Take a technology and study it well enough to master it. Stay in touch with the latest technologies

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The scope within the main field isn't much, but that shouldn't stop you from getting into a big company. However, you will always have the option to dive into the other domains. From my personal experience, most of the people I know with experience in ECE are working as software developers.

If the branch location scenario at the university is good, why not? If not, don't worry. In the end, the only thing that matters is your skills. Don't be an expert in all trades, instead be a master in one. Take a technology and study it well enough to master it. Stay in touch with the latest technological advances that are happening around the world and prepare accordingly. Yes, the IIT and NIT label will always be given importance, given your outstanding students, but that shouldn't stop you from achieving something in this world full of possibilities. Like I said, in the end, what matters is your skills. If you can become an expert on a topic, nothing can stop you.

However, choose the sequence very wisely with a great deal of research. Tier 3 Institute wouldn't be a big deal. I personally know people from less reputable universities who work in large multinational companies. Build your professional network, stay in touch with professionals on LinkedIn and other similar networking sites. Be proactive in your job search, focus on your studies, get an above-average CGPA (> 7 should be enough), start applying for companies in your third year. If this does not work, you will always have the option of pursuing higher studies and most universities (such as IIMs) will not distinguish you based on your university.

"The world is in your hands. It's just waiting for you to understand." - I.

Is It Worth Attending Level 3 High School In India?

I asked this of someone who attended a Level 3 MBA in Maharashtra. This is the answer.

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My experience has been largely "good" but not "excellent."

Pros:

  • The infrastructure and facilities are quite good
  • The faculty is decent, with some really good guest lecturers
  • Really good events. Chance to meet famous personalities and entrepreneurs
  • It helped me with personality development.
  • It gave me a solid foundation in business knowledge.

Cons:

  • The crowd of students is not up to the task
  • Most were there because they couldn't get a job, their parents asked them for it, or because they wanted to go ahead with the ci.
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Is It Worth Attending Level 3 High School In India?

I asked this of someone who attended a Level 3 MBA in Maharashtra. This is the answer.

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My experience has been largely "good" but not "excellent."

Pros:

  • The infrastructure and facilities are quite good
  • The faculty is decent, with some really good guest lecturers
  • Really good events. Chance to meet famous personalities and entrepreneurs
  • It helped me with personality development.
  • It gave me a solid foundation in business knowledge.

Cons:

  • The crowd of students is not up to the task
  • Most were there because they could not find work, their parents asked them to do so, or because they wanted to exercise public service and did not want to stay at home.
  • Very few were passionate about "learning."
  • The university also focused on its events (brand marketing). The event management done by students (obviously) was total chaos.
  • The university also focuses on placing students. MANY students ended up in jobs they didn't like or career paths they didn't want to go to.
  • Very vague advice, for example, if you were good at math, get into "finance" or if you were remotely presentable, get into sales, and so on.

To summarize, if you are truly self-employed, a level 3 university in India is not necessarily bad in terms of earning a "degree." However, it will not add anything substantial to your resume.

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Please note that this is only a student's perspective.

Be sure to connect with others who attend the destination schools you have in mind, to get a more realistic picture.

Please give me a positive vote if this answer was helpful to you.

Good luck!

I would say 'Yes' but you need to be consistent in your 4 year journey… ..

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If you have earned your b.tech degree from a level 3 university, but still feel like you are not at the bottom and feel like there is nothing you can do in your life… .You just underestimate your potential n is a In fact, it is never too much late, you just have to start, no matter where you are now.

Now, getting to our question, first of all, put CGPA aside because no one will worry about this if you have some solid skills.

No 2: University Matters at some point (how to get a good education, Competit

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I would say 'Yes' but you need to be consistent in your 4 year journey… ..

listens !

If you have earned your b.tech degree from a level 3 university, but still feel like you are not at the bottom and feel like there is nothing you can do in your life… .You just underestimate your potential n is a In fact, it is never too much late, you just have to start, no matter where you are now.

Now, getting to our question, first of all, put CGPA aside because no one will worry about this if you have some solid skills.

# 2: College It's important at some point (like getting a good education, competitive environment, getting referrals from other people who work in your dream company), but again, if you have some good skills, it won't matter much to you.

No 3: choose your specialization

As if you want to be a software engineer, data engineer, data scientist, cloud architect, etc. Develop some real world projects. Some decent projects.

Most of these companies recruit only those candidates who are good at problem solving, so start problem solving; you can get some suggestions from here.

And finally work hard, practice, practice, practice and apply again no matter how many have rejected you.

All the best .

30LPA is a consultant-level salary.

A more recent BTech graduate will have to start as an assistant systems engineer or engineering student / graduate so the salary is around 2-5 LPA (for 75% cases) in case colleges like NIT, BIT , etc., the range increases. Even if you are in CSE / IT or Mechanical / Civil / EE / EEE / ECE, the opportunities on campus will be almost the same. Extraordinary salary packages of more than 15 LPA are offered at IITs, but only 1 to 3 students receive these types of offers.

As a BTech student, your goal should be:

  1. practice fitness; That will be the first round for any unit, whether it's on campus, outside of California.
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30LPA is a consultant-level salary.

A more recent BTech graduate will have to start as an assistant systems engineer or engineering student / graduate so the salary is around 2-5 LPA (for 75% cases) in case colleges like NIT, BIT , etc., the range increases. Even if you are in CSE / IT or Mechanical / Civil / EE / EEE / ECE, the opportunities on campus will be almost the same. Extraordinary salary packages of more than 15 LPA are offered at IITs, but only 1 to 3 students receive these types of offers.

As a BTech student, your goal should be:

  1. practice fitness; that will be the first round of any campaign, whether on campus, off campus, in government or in the banking sector.
  2. Sharpen your soft skills
  3. Learn basic concepts like AI, IoT, Blockchain, ERP-SAP and excel to the intermediate level.
  4. any basic programming language: C / Java / Python / .Net programming
  5. Do some research on companies that visit your college campus for locations. and know their selection process and level of difficulty.
  6. If you live in a metropolitan / capital city, make a list of startups in that city and approach them later in the eighth semester before your final exams if you are not located by then. You will not get a large package, but you will be able to start working immediately after your course is over. may change for a hike after a year or so.

The LPU claim of the 20 lac package could be true. Every university has few bright students. One of them could have grabbed the 20 lac pack. But the student must be given credit that although he was not in one of the leading universities in India (IIT & NIT), he managed to get such a high package.

Moral: If you have talent, you can shine and perform anywhere.

PS: Getting a 20 lac pack for a tech B student has made headlines. This means that this is not a normal event based on the reputation of the university. Also, only 1 got the high package, not all of them.

I think after reading the above facts, you are smart enough to do your o

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The LPU claim of the 20 lac package could be true. Every university has few bright students. One of them could have grabbed the 20 lac pack. But the student must be given credit that although he was not in one of the leading universities in India (IIT & NIT), he managed to get such a high package.

Moral: If you have talent, you can shine and perform anywhere.

PS: Getting a 20 lac pack for a tech B student has made headlines. This means that this is not a normal event based on the reputation of the university. Also, only 1 got the high package, not all of them.

I think after reading the above facts, you are smart enough to make your own opinion on LPU.

Thanks! :)

Build your profile extremely well first. You will compete with graduates from all over the world.

Take part in international contests and hackathons and create connections.

Apply for technical or research internships at companies or universities in the country of your choice.

Only when you think you are capable of competing at that level, apply through job portals, company website, cold email, etc.

But let me tell you beforehand that it is extremely difficult to get a job in, say, the US unless you are a US citizen. There is a lot of paperwork involved, which is the main reason why companies do not prefer

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Build your profile extremely well first. You will compete with graduates from all over the world.

Take part in international contests and hackathons and create connections.

Apply for technical or research internships at companies or universities in the country of your choice.

Only when you think you are capable of competing at that level, apply through job portals, company website, cold email, etc.

But let me tell you beforehand that it is extremely difficult to get a job in, say, the US unless you are a US citizen. There is a lot of paperwork involved, which is the main reason why companies do not prefer to hire a lot of "non-extraordinary newbies" from other countries.

If you really want to work abroad, apply for a master's program in the country you want after BE. You have to study there, work very, very hard and hopefully you could get a job.

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