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IIT-Roorkee Placements 2022: 500 offers made on day two; highest package worth Rs 1.30 crore

IIT Roorkee Placements 2022: 365 offers including PPOs were made, there were six international offers. 10 students received offers worth Rs 80 lakh

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The Indian Institute of Technology, Roorkee on Wednesday began its campus placement for the academic year 2022-23. A total of 365 offers, including pre-placement offers (PPOs) were made. This year, six international offers were made.

The overall highest offer was made for Rs 1.30 crore. The highest international offer was made for Rs 1.06 crore. In total, 10 students received offers worth Rs 80 lakh.

A total of 31 companies came for the placements. The companies were– AppDynamics, Bajaj Auto, BCG, Cairn Oil and Gas, Da Vinci Derivatives, Flipkart, Graviton, Hilabs, Infurnia, Intel Technologies, JP Morgan Quant, Maverick Derivatives, Microsoft, NHA, NK Securities, Nvidia, ONGC, Oracle, Plutus Research Pvt Ltd, Qualcomm, QuantBox, SAP Labs, Schlumberger, Sprinklr, Squarepoint, STMicroelectronics, Tata Steel, Texas Instrument , Trilogy, UBER.

On day two of IIT Roorkee placements, 32 companies came with multiple profiles till 2 pm. The total number of offers have reached 500.

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The companies that came on day two were Accenture S&C, American Express, Barclays, BNY Mellon, Cisco Systems, Deutsche Bank, DPWorld Enphase Energy, Flipkart Internet Pvt Ltd, Groww, India, Hilabs, HSBC, Irage, Jaguar Land Rover, JioSaavn, JPMC, Mastercard, Media.net, Meesho, Navi Technologies Pvt. Ltd., Newzera, Paypal, Razorpay, Samsung Research Institute Bangalore, Samsung Semiconductor, Schneider Electric, Slice, Societe Generale, Sprinklr, ThoughtSpot, Zomato, Zupee

First published on: 01-12-2022 at 22:27 IST
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