Getting a desirable campus placement requires immense dedication and hard work, and many top institutions such as LPU, IIM, IIT, among others, provide opportunities for the same. Yasir M, a student of Lovely Professional University, recently made history by securing a remarkable placement offer of Rs 3 crore from a German multinational company. This offer, which Yasir received as part of his B.Tech program in 2018, has set a new record for campus placements.
Who is Yasir M?
Yasir M, who hails from Kerala, was offered a job by a reputable multinational corporation based in Germany, which played a significant role globally during the Covid pandemic. Yasir demonstrated exceptional academic performance during his tenure at LPU and graduated with a BTech degree in Computer Science, earning an impressive 8.6 CGPA.
Yasir credits his university’s emphasis on practical learning and real-world experience for landing him the job. He also acknowledges the numerous extracurricular activities and events offered by the university for helping him hone his personal and interpersonal skills. Prior to his current role, Yasir worked at TiVo for five years in roles such as associate software engineer and software engineer. He then joined Zoom as a software engineer, where he worked for 10 months.
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Who got the second-highest placement package?
Furthermore, Harekrishna Mahto, another B.Tech student from LPU, was offered one of the highest packages for a young graduate when he joined Google’s Bangalore office in 2022 with a salary package of Rs 64 lakhs. Notably, over 600 students from recent LPU batches have secured employment offers ranging from Rs 10 to 63 lakhs.
Several renowned companies, including Cognizant, Capgemini, Wipro, MPhasis, and Highradius, have recruited the top-performing students from LPU. The university’s students have recently received more than 20,000 placement and internship offers from leading recruiters, with numerous Fortune 500 companies extending over 5000 offers.