IITs placement session focuses not on moneymaking, but money creation

The new major national reformation going in the country to foster innovation with enhanced skill development and best-in-class manufacturing infrastructure in future is brought in force by the Modi Government’s ‘Make in India’ program.
IITs went ahead to give this mission a salute and further strengthen the roots of India.
“We have forgotten the Mission India and its development. This has been done by the much attention grabber ‘crore-plus package’ that is being offered by the foreign companies. IIT-B reinforces the real mission and feels responsible to act as a resource to the nation,” said Kartikeya Pophali, Student Representative of the Placement Cell, IIT-B.
The concern arises over staying in India which might affect the package and growth of an individual. Jobs that are being offered by Indian Companies, do not even offer 50 per cent in contrast to the foreign companies. The highest domestic offer so far has been 40 lacs at IIT-B. Also the average Indian offering lies between 7.5 lacs – 8.25 lacs.
Though this remains a concern but to make India the invention house and to support ‘Make in India’ program, IITs are calling and promoting companies from different sectors to fulfill this mission and refrain from opting for a Brain Drain.
With companies encouraged in manufacturing and core sectors like Aditya Birla, Airbus, Applied Materials, Bosch, Eaton, GEITC, Global Foundries, Honeywell, HUL, Intel, ITC, Mathworks, Mahindra Qualcomm, Mercedes Shell, Parle Elizabeth Tools, Rolls Royce, Reliance Industries, Siemens, Sony Japan, Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company, and Tata Motors etc., it is surely expected to act great for the growth of Indian economy in technology, innovation and manufacturing.
The current break-up that we obtained from our sources states the sector wise division and the number of firms being approached at IIT-B:

No. of Firms
Though the challenge remain to explore the sectors like Metallurgical, Civil, Energy Science, Earth Science, Aerospace, Mechanical, Bio-Medical, Chemical and Environmental Engineering. But, to have a stronger economic base in the globally competitive era, Indian human cells have to stop thinking about personal growth and become socially responsible to be a part of Make in India for India’s progress.

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