BITS Pilani Reveals its Placement Status for 2013BITS Pilani (Birla Institute of Technology and Science), the provider of highest quality technical education to students (admitted on the basis of merit) all across India, revealed its placement statistics for the year 2013 recently.

This placement statistic also depicts average packages offered to students studying different subjects in the Institute by several companies. These figures on the statistic in some places prove that the packages offered to students at BITS Pilani are higher than those offered to students at any IIT Institute in India.

Placement Status BITS Pilani 2013       

Subjects Average Package in Lakh Per Annum
CS 27.07
IS 14.14
CHEM 6.88
MECH 6.31
CIVIL 5.78

Highest Package: 1.47 Crores offered by Google.

In the year 2013, the highest package was received by students studying CS at BITS Pilani with their annual package amount exceeding 27 lakh per annum (as shown in the table above). This was followed by subjects such as IS and EEE/ENI with their annual packages exceeding 14 and 8 lakhs per annum respectively.

On the list (placement status, 2013), students studying CHEM received an annual package of 6.88 lakhs per annum while students studying MECH were registered at 5th position on the list with annual package exceeding 6 lakhs per annum.

B. Pharmacy and Civil came last on the list with their annual packages exceeding 9 lakh and 5 lakh per annum.

The highest package ever offered to any student at BITS Pilani is 1.47 cr. per annum that was offered by Google. Apparently, no IITian has ever raked in this amount during any recruitment program by any company.

The top five companies that have offered highest packages to students at BITS Pilani are Google, Epic, Facebook Inc., Goldman Sachs, and Schlumberger.
This post was published by Aditya Singhal, co-founder of askIITians.

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