The university boasts of a robust and successful career services department. Its partnerships with industries ensure that the students have adequate exposure and get naturally and rapidly absorbed into professional roles on completion of their studies. At UPES, the focus is on developing a world-class pool of young and talented professionals ready to hit the ground running in their respective fields. The learning environment and practical hands-on approach helps students forge ahead on their chosen career paths with a positive attitude, the right skill set and practical know-how. Because of the relevant and ‘real world’ education and ‘on the job’ exposure, the industry-readiness of UPES students has been one of the key differentiators.
At UPES, we have always been at the forefront of industry-oriented, future-ready, and world-class education. And this philosophy of ours has propelled us to turn crisis into opportunities and emerge victorious. Starting the placement season for 2021 with more than 2,000+ students receiving over 2,650 offers is a testimony to our ethos. The initial weeks of the placement season witnessed encouraging hiring by top recruiters like Deloitte USI, LTI-Larsen & Toubro InfoTech Ltd, Wipro Limited, ESRI, Accenture, ICF International, GEP Worldwide, among others.
Additionally six students from the School of Business, were internationally placed at a package on 27 Lacs per annum, with the Mount Meru Group.
100% placement in B.Tech Programs.
Placements 2019-2020 ended with a positive note with 2,311 placements and with 2,844 offers from top-notch companies to date.
One of the students, Saksham Kumar, from B. Tech Computer Science Engineering, has received the highest package of INR 45 LPA so far from a leading gaming company in the Netherlands. Kamal Dua, Abhishek Paharva and Kartik Singh, also from the School of Computer Science, have each landed a package of INR 30 LPA.
School of Design and School of Computer Science has closed with 100 % placements in record time with an average CTC of INR 6.30 and 5.36 LPA, respectively.