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Training and Placement Section


The Training and Placement Department of VNIT Nagpur aims to provide students with a platform for using their technical acumen to gain valuable experience by working in the mainstream industry. It also acts as an interface for Companies seeking talented young graduates and post-graduates in various disciplines.

We provide necessary guidance to the students for career planning and personality development. Rigorous training and assessments are conducted for all students appearing for campus placements on the areas like Programming Language, Data
Structures, Algorithms, Domain Knowledge, Professional English Communication and Aptitude. Mock Interviews in the HR and Technical domains are arranged regularly by the T&P Department. Series of Lectures are arranged with the help of Corporate Stalwarts to make students aware of Expectations by Corporates and Industries from young engineers. Orientation program for placements, career guidance seminars on Higher Education in India & Foreign countries are organized to help the students for planning their careers.

We invite various public and private sector organizations for campus recruitment of final year students. During the academic year 2020-21, more than 150 companies visited the campus. These included all the major companies like, AppDynamics India Pvt. Ltd., Goldman Sachs, Citi India, Sling Media Pvt. Ltd., J.P.Morgan Chase, Deloitte USI Consulting, L&T Group, Bajaj Auto, Oracle, Lowe’s India, Godrej Industries, Vedanta Resources, IOCL, Fractal Analytics, Samsung Research Institute(SRI-B) and many more. All these companies offered 493 jobs [440 UG &53 PG] as on 30th June 2021.

Along with core-sector jobs, over the past few years, students have also shown a keen interest for jobs in IT and Software, Management and Consultancy firms, Educational Organizations and even in Start-Ups. While core disciplines attract students with strong technical know-how, other sectors invariably open doors to students interested in dynamic work-profiles and aptitude-based skill requirements.


Past Recruiters