keshav memorial institute of technology

An Autonomous Institution - Accredited by NAAC with 'A' Grade
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** KMIT 2021-22 Batch : 2 students got selected for internship in Goldman Sachs with stipend of 75K per month (post pay package of 22.5LPA). **UGC Guidelines for Re-Opening the Universities and Colleges Post Lockdown due to COVID-19 Pandemic View PDF ** KMIT 2020-21 Batch Placements: 1 student got placed in Google with pay package of 31LPA **2 students got placed in Cisco with pay package of 14LPA **6 students got placed in Darwinbox with pay package of 8.4LPA

** COVID 19 ***Keep India at large safe***. The WHO lauded the Aarogya Setu mobile application for helping health departments to identify COVID-19 clusters . Kindly visit and install app ** KMIT 2020-21 Batch Placements: 9 students got selected in Amazon. Package: 30.5 LPA. Internship Stipend: 60000 per month. 3 students in ServiceNow. Package:21 LPA, Internship Stipend: 45000 per month.** 1 student got selected in Microsoft with a whopping salary package of 41.5 LPA. ** Very happy to share with you all that 12 students (as on 25th July, 2020) who were working as interns at Amazon got converted into FTEs. 100% conversions. ** Salary for SDE - 30 LPA (10 as SDEs) **Programmer Analyst - 12 LPA ( 2 as PA)** 1 student in Commvault with a salary package of 15 LPA. ** 4 students in Salesforce with a salary package of 12 LPA. ** 206 students from 2020 batch got selected in various companies with above 5 LPA. **

Industry Interaction Cell (IIC)

74% of tech companies plan to recruit college graduates to meet the engineering and information technology needs of the organization. Tech companies continue to rely on universities to build most-sought-after skills and the fresh perspective they bring to the workforce.

While this happens the Academia and Industry collaboration continues to use The IIC aims at transforming the traditional methods of campus recruitment and internship model to meet the talent needs and devise an approach that provides exposure to applying technology to real-life problems.

Functions :

  • Continuous education focusing on talent need.

  • Long-term strategic alliance with focus on Non-linear, recursive engagement.

  • Build talent to solve business problem.

  • Develop a talent pipeline that can hit the ground running.

  • Promote academic entrepreneurship.

  • Be part of a “social-contract” for sustained employment generation.

  • Enable national goals for digitization and digital governance.

  • Deepen Emerging Tech capabilities.

  • Move-up the value chain - cost play to innovation & investment centres.

S NoTitle Description
1Mr. Kedar PhadkeCSEConvener
2Mr. D.Sudheer ReddyTPOMember
3Mr. B.SatyanaryanaCSEMember
4Mr. Krishna SubramanyamCSEMember
5Mr. M.SrinivasCSEMember
6Ms. Shweta ParopkariH&SMember