IIT Delhi Placement 2023: The IIT Delhi (Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi) placement season has begun for the academic year 2022–2023 so far. By the end of Day 1, which took place on December 1 and 2, 2022, students had accepted about 650 full-time job offers and had chosen about 550 unique jobs. Over 250 pre-placement offers are included in this.
Numerous placement offers have also been made to several pupils. Over the same period last year, there has been a 20% increase in the number of job offers received.
Companies & Job profiles: Currently, more than 800 job profiles across multiple sectors are being offered by over 400 national and international organisations that have already registered to hire students.
- American Express, Bajaj Auto, Boston Consulting Group, Enphase Solar Energy, Intel, Praxis Global Alliance, and Strategy& were among the top recruiters on the first day
- More than 50 students have accepted domestic job offers with CTCs above Rs. 1 crore. About 20 students have received job offers from abroad, including Hong Kong, the Netherlands, Singapore, South Korea, Taiwan, the United Kingdom, and the United States
- More than 50 students have accepted domestic offers with CTCs exceeding Rs 1 crore annually.
About 20 students have received job offers from abroad, including the United Kingdom, the Netherlands, Singapore, South Korea, Taiwan, Hong Kong, and the United States. Some students have chosen to accept domestic offers over those from abroad.
Depending on the convenience of the recruiter, the hiring processes are being handled this year in both physical and virtual formats. The complete interview procedure is carried out in a single session each day, unlike many other campuses. As a result, there will be NO graveyard shifts or multiple shifts in a single day.
At IIT Delhi, companies are scheduled to conduct their hiring processes in a way that maximises the distribution of recruiters and ensures a good mix of industries on each day, giving them plenty of time to make the best hiring decisions possible.