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Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, JK Lakshmipat University (JKLU) has once again seen successful placements with 43 percent of their students from the B.Tech batch having been placed in just two weeks. 30% were placed in the first two weeks and 43% were placed within the first month. The students at the leading private university in Jaipur have been selected in the reputed companies. Most of the students in these companies have been placed for core profiles. Despite the pandemic blues and uncertainty regarding the future of the job market, the JKLU students have bagged an average salary package of Rs 6.52 LPA, with the minimum package offered at Rs 4 lakh.

The leading higher education institute has seen an impressive track record of placements in the past as well. JKLU students bagged these offers from on-campus selection processes.

“Our strong industry-academic linkages, apart from quality education have given us good results in terms of annual placements. We have state-of-the-art facilities for B.Tech students and our engineering programme has been tailored to meet the industry requirements. We are aware of the high competition in the job market and prepare our students for that from the first semester onwards. We wish the placed students all the best and are confident that they will excel in whatever they do and shine wherever they go through their hard work and educational base. We expect more placements in the coming days. It has been a fabulous start for B.Tech placements and we have seen at least one recruiting company for every two students. 5% students have also opted for Higher Education in Partner International Universities” said Dr Pankaj Sharma, Director- Career Services, JK Lakshmipat University.

JKLU’s B.Tech is a 4-year full-time, residential, graduate degree programme, which makes the students aware of technological innovations, industry demand and contemporary academic research. The University has experiential project-based methodology, designed with the support of Olin College of Engineering, Boston, USA. The programme also provides the opportunity to learn-by-doing, interaction with leading engineers and scientists and time to time industry visits.

Last year, the University had also witnessed 100 percent placement of their Pinnacle MBA recently, a program designed by experts from higher education, management studies business, and industry with an aim to offer the right blend of academics, experience, and experimentation to the students.



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