Representatives from about 75 reputed corporates have so far visited Shooloni University campus for placements this year and have offered lucrative jobs to over 300 students.
Highly regarded for its student quality and academic delivery, Shoolini University has seen a rising placements graph every year. Top Companies such as Hindustan Unilever, Nestle, Genpact, Tata Hitachi, JCB, HDFC Bank, ICICI Bank, Hilti, Hughes Systique, Toyota Tsusho, Havells, Abbott, Cipla and many more visited Shoolini recently and hired students at good packages. Director General, External Relations, Prof Arvind Nanda, said the highest package offered so far this year was Rs 18 Lakh CTC.
Shoolini University’s placement process comprises of multiple cohorts spread over the final semester. Programme wise Placement weeks are organised from November till June. This model has proved to highly successful and effective as Shoolini is able to not only place 100 per cent of MBA students consistently over the past 4 years, but also nearly all interested and eligible students of other faculties/ schools like Engineering, Bio-Engineering, Pharmacy, Biotechnology and Applied Sciences. Recently, interactive online tutoring platform Vedantu hired our MBA and Bioengineering students at a package of Rs. 10 lakhs per annum. Xcelris Labs hired students from Shoolini’s highly popular YILP programme, he added.
Prof Nanda said another 30 Indian and MNC companies are expected to visit in May and June to hire students in Engineering, Pharmacy, Biotechnology and Applied Sciences. Some of the companies invited and expected are Eicher Volvo, Edelweiss Tokio, Bank of America, Mahindra Swaraj Tractors, Cremica Foods, Air Asia, Satyam Auto, The Lalit, Godrej Agrovet, Luminous Schneider, Microtek, Kalpataru, Carlsberg, Sun Pharma, Zydus Cadila and Dr. Reddy’s to name a few. The University’s ability to enhance skills of its students to equip them with quality employability is largely due to a unique Skill Enhancement and Accelerated Learning and Development Programme developed at Shoolini University and called SPRINT, which is inspired by Stanford’s mini-MBA programme to help students reach their potential, gain knowledge, practical skills and confidence required to thrive in the competitive corporate world.