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Fewer jobs, flat salary blues for techies in campus hiring

Uncertainty in global economy, increase in automation and high number of candidates queer pitch in IT sector recruitment

Vinay Umarji M Saraswathy & Shivani Shinde Nadhe  |  Ahmedabad/Mumbai/Pune 

Uncertainty over the outcome of the US Presidential elections and Brexit as well as increased automation has cast their shadows over campus recruitment at most engineering colleges this year. Offers could dip by at least 20 per cent and salary growth would be flat at mid-level engineering colleges such as SRM University, Chennai, VIT, Vellor and Chennai, and the National Institutes of Technology said officials at institutes Business Standard contacted. Entry level salaries for engineers have remained flat over the past five to six years, hovering around Rs 3-3.5 lakh. "Offers ...

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Fewer jobs, flat salary blues for techies in campus hiring

Uncertainty in global economy, increase in automation and high number of candidates queer pitch in IT sector recruitment

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