The Centre for Industry Collaboration (CIC) at NU assists NUtons (Students of NU) in their endeavours to enrich their education, careers and lives. NUtons achieve better placements due to its industry linked curriculum and programmes. Today NU is known as one of the most preferred partners for the industry and works with 690 leading organizations for placements and industry practice for the students.
Some of them are mentioned below:
UG Programmes 2019 Placement Highlights
NIIT University has once again proven its eminence among the premier universities of the country with the final placements for 2019 Batch. The multitude of offers granted by industry giants reaffirms their trust in the institute.
The season witnessed a commendable increase in the number of recruiters across multiple industries. The highest domestic package offered this year was 16.35 Lakhs per annum, which is a 30% increase from the last year and the average CTC for the batch was 5.41 lakhs per annum. Also, owing to the excellent performance of NUtons during their industry practice, 72% of the batch received Pre-Placement Offers (PPOs) from their organization
5.41 Lakhs Per Annum
16.35 Lakhs Per Annum
No. of Organizations that participated in IP & Placement process
Programme-Wise Select List of Placement Partners
Vidyut Yantra Udyog
The Scindia School
Mayo College, Ajmer
National Informatics Centre
Ernst & Young
& MANY MORE
Building Industry Connections
CIC also organizes the following for the students.
Summer Internship Program (SIP):
Duration – 8 Weeks, from 1st June to 31st July
Industry Practice (IP):
Industry Practice is a flagship course in the undergraduate programmes of NU. Every student has an opportunity to transfer learnings from classroom to the workplace. During Industry practice, a student works on the real-time project of an organization under a unique 3-member mentoring by resident faculty mentor, off-campus faculty mentor and an industry professional. This six-month period makes the transition from a student to an employed professional in industry, seamless and smooth. A similar course termed internship is offered at the master’s level.
Partners for Research
Bhabha Atomic Research Centre (BARC), Mumbai
Central Electronics Engineering Research Institute (CEERI), Pilani
Central Glass and Ceramic Research Institute, (CSIR-CGCRI), Kolkata
Centre for Development of Advanced Computing (CDAC), Bengaluru
CSIR-Institute of Genomics & Integrative Biology, New Delhi
Defence Electronics Research Laboratory (DLRL), Hyderabad
Defence Research and Development Organization (DRDO), Delhi
Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO), Bengaluru
Indian Institute of Science, Bengaluru
TCS Innovations Labs, Bengaluru
Carnegie Mellon University
Full Sail University, Florida
Faculty of Management Studies (FMS), New Delhi
Indian Institute of Information Technology (IIIT), Hyderabad
Indian Institute of Science (IISc), Bengaluru
Mahidol University, Thailand
New York University, New York City
Singapore Management University (SMU), Singapore
Thompson Rivers University (TRU), Kamloops, Canada
University of Southern California (USC), Los Angeles, CA
The Career Development Council (CDC) at NIIT University facilitates career development of its students. The CDC continues with the philosophy of providing support for all-round development of the students.
Besides finding suitable opportunities for the students, the CDC undertakes Career Development activities to bridge competency gaps with various activities like workshops on interview skills and resume building, mock interviews, group discussions and placement guidance, mentorship by faculty & practising managers from the industry. The CDC also arranges special sessions for functional fields like acquiring specific skills and knowledge, apart from sessions on personality development and career-related skills.
For information and queries related to career development, please contact the people below or email to NU-CIC@niituniversity.in
The CDC Student Members work closely with the Centre for Industry Collaboration to look after the training and placement activities. The student members are involved in making new collaboration with various industries for both recruitment and non-recruitment related activities. These include actively engaging companies on a regular basis, handling operations during the placement week and acting as a medium for organisations and industry leaders to interact with students through business talks and live corporate projects.