Solan-based Shoolini University has ranked among the top 150 universities for three years in a row and has been ranked among top 30 private engineering institutes of India by Elets Rankings 2019. This was disclosed by Shoolini University Vice-Chancellor Prof PK Khosla here on Thursday while talking to media persons.

The university has also achieved commendable placements this year for students from various departments, he said, adding that the average packages offered range from Rs 5 lakh to Rs 6 lakh per annum.

The highest package of Rs 15 lakh Cost to Company (CTC) has been bagged by our student Aashish Saini from the Multi-National Company (MNC) Hilti.

The strenuous efforts by the University have led to almost 100 per cent placements in several disciplines even as top Indian and Multinational Companies (MNCs) are sending their teams to pick up the talent.

“The University’s Faculty of Engineering and Technology has been ranked among top 30 private engineering institutes of India by ELETS Rankings 2019 and the University’s focus is on achieving 100 per cent placements for the eligible students and not exceptionally high packages for a few, “he said.

Prof Khosla said that the University’s Management programme, which has been ranked 65th in the country as per NIRF rankings done by Union Human Resources Ministry, has already recorded 100 per cent placements.

Pharmacy, ranked at 39, has already achieved placements for 92 per cent of final year students, he added.

Sharing the breakup of placements for some other programmes, he informed that M. Sc (Chemistry) 100 per cent, CSE 100 per cent, Bio Engineering 85 per cent, B. Tech (Mech) 88 per cent, B. Tech (Electrical and electronics) 75 per cent and B Tech (Civil) 90 per cent and 20 more companies were sending their representatives this month.

Some of the top recruiters were Hindustan Unilever, Nestle, Tata Hitachi, Genpact, Hilti, HDFC Bank, ICICI Bank and Abbot and close to a hundred companies came to the campus for recruitment, he added.