INDIAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY ROORKEE
Sterlite Technologies, IIT Madras sign pact for 5G advancement
"Sterlite Technologies Ltd (STL) has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Indian Institute of Technology Madras for sponsoring a chair professorship in 5G," the company said in a filing to BSE.
IIT-M Phase I placements season shows stable campus hiring
Including the accepted Pre-Placement Offers (PPOs), a total of 848 students have a...
Meet the citizen astronomers who chase stars
Despite many hurdles, India has a thriving citizen astronomy community — extremely tech savvy an...
Mastercard begins hunt for AI talent
Earlier this year, Mastercard said that it will invest an additional $1 billion in its India operations over the next five years, and about $350 million of that would go into setting up a local payments processing centre.
Topline recruiters make beeline for emerging engineering talent
Top recruiters get early slots at premium engineering colleges based largely on salaries and profiles.
Leaked email shows Professor investigating IIT-Guwahati colleague resigned due to ‘undue pressure’
The committee was formed to investigate Brijesh Rai, who has spoken up against alleged corruption at the institute. IIT-G students had protested in Rai's support.
IIT placement season sees record number of Rs. 30 lakh-Rs. 1 cr offers
The current placement season at IITs is witnessing record salary offers from the likes of Google, JP Morgan, Goldman Sachs. Annual pay packages of Rs. 30 lakh and more-going up to Rs. 1 crore and beyond- are more numerous than ever before.
Pichai's appointment as Alphabet CEO leaves India Inc thrilled; Mahindra, Paytm boss can't keep calm
Pichai was earlier a Product Chief at Google and was elevated to the CEO's role in 2016.
Indian tech firms are looking beyond traditional hubs to set up shop in the US
American headhunters also say that cities like Austin and Seattle are becoming technology hubs.
The Wadi connection: Technology startups from Israel’s Silicon Wadi have found a fertile ground in India
Technology startups from Israel’s equivalent of Silicon Valley have found a fertile ground in India.
In two days, 302 placement offers made at IIT-Guwahati
Monday was the second day of campus recruitment and the premier institute has received offers from companies to the likes of Microsoft (19 offers), Uber, Goldman Sachs (9 offers), JPMC (9 offers), IBM, Nutanix, American Express, Quadeye, Oracle (14 offers), Bajaj, Google, etc.
IIT Hyderabad to collaborate with Japanese Institutions for research in Earthquake Engineering
For earthquake engineering, the institute is collaborating with National Research Institute for Earth Science and Disaster Resilience, which has various branched in Japan and is headquartered in Tsukuba. The collaboration aims to establish a high-level cooperative framework for both institutions in earthquake engineering.
IIT Delhi students receive 244 offers on Day 1
Microsoft has offered the highest number of offers to 30 students including 2 international offers, followed by Intel which gave 27 domestic offers. Other international offers include one each from Uber USA and Squarepoint Singapore. Among other companies offering high number of offers include Qualcomm with 16 offers and Goldman with 12 offers.
Samsung India to hire over 1,200 engineering graduates for R&D
Samsung will hire students from multiple streams including computer science, electronics and communications, electrical engineering, mathematics and computing, instrumentation and information technology, the company said in a statement.
102 job offers made as placement season at IIT-Madras
The offers recorded an increase from 85 during Session I of last year at IIT, Madras, a press release said. "In this placement season, IIT Madras has exceeded the number of offers achieved in session 1.1 of last year. We expect the positive trend to continue..," IIT Madras, Training and Placement, Advisors Manu Santhanam and Professor C S Shankar Ram said.
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