Barely six months after being registered as a company, enterprise software developer CodeNation is already one of the most coveted recruiters at engineering campuses such as National Institutes of Technology (NITs), offering salaries of Rs 24 lakh. One of the last to go to the campuses last season, it hired 12 engineering graduates in March 2014.
This time, it plans to net the best early on from the IITs, NITs, IIITs (Indian Institutes of Information Technology), DTU (Delhi Technological University) and PESIT (PES Institute of Technology). “We went to campuses very late (last time), but do not want to do the same this time. We plan to hire 50 students from the best colleges,” said Anuja Sivaram, head of operations at CodeNation.
With the dream offer placements starting on July 21, for the second consecutive year, the VIT shared the slot-1 of dream companies. eBay, DeShaw and flipkart shared the slot-1 and recruited 15 students with a CTC (cost-to-cost) of more than Rs. 15 lakh a year. Code Nation, which offered the highest CTC so far (more than Rs. 20 lakh), recruited one student.Read the full article here »
The Institute said 3,200 students have been placed till now against 2,600 students last year. Code Nation, a Bangalore-based firm, offered the highest package of Rs 24 lakh a year, while the average salary has been Rs 4.5 lakh a year.Read the full article here »
It was a dream-come-true moment not just for this student but also for the institution he is a part of. Mukund MK of PES Institute of Technology, Banashankari, became a trendsetter of sorts when he, through campus placement, got a job offer of Rs 24 lakh per annum. Such a fat pay package is almost unheard of for a non-IIM, non-IIT student in recent years.Read the full article here »
Even lesser-known startups are waging a fierce war for engineering talent. Code-Nation — which develops high-quality enterprise software — is offering Rs 24 lakh across campuses, substantially more than others. It has hired from NIT-Warangal, VIT-University and will visit NITK-Surathkal in the next few days. It is looking to hire 35-40 students overall, the company has said on its official website. As always, Esops are also in play.Read the full article here »