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IIT Delhi to begin placement season virtually on December 1

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Posted on 26 Nov 2021
19:20 PM
The Office of Career Services (OCS), IIT Delhi, is a facilitating arm of the institute.

The Office of Career Services (OCS), IIT Delhi, is a facilitating arm of the institute. Source: IIT Delhi

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Summary
Increase in new-age technology-based hiring profiles related to Data Science, Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning
The entire interview process will be conducted in a single slot every day

Placement interviews at the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Delhi will begin on December 1.

The placement procedure will be conducted in virtual mode for the second successive year.

Industry response for campus placements has been encouraging across sectors, according to the institute. New-age technology-based hiring profiles related to Data Science, Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning have seen a boost in addition to traditional profiles.

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The campus looks forward to a robust hiring session this season and students are gearing up for digital interviews with innovative and newer patterns of interaction maximising the use of technology.

IIT Delhi aims to create an optimum environment for both the recruiters and the students so that the process is as congenial as possible for all stakeholders.

The entire interview process will be conducted in a single slot every day. This process has been conceived to facilitate the right fitment both for students and recruiting organisations while providing ample time to recruiters to make selection judgements, leading to better hiring decisions.

“The company slotting paradigm at IIT Delhi is very different from all other campuses and is based on a single slot each day. What this translates into is that the spread of companies will be more on each day. This year many organisations have increased their compensation. For the first time, few organisations have indicated that their salaries in India may be higher than those paid by organisations recruiting for international profiles. We look forward to a healthy and robust placement season for both the recruiting organisations and students,” said Anishya Obhrai Madan, Head, Office of Career Services, IIT Delhi.

Last updated on 26 Nov 2021
19:20 PM
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