<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>According to details of​​ campus placements that have taken place at IIT-Bombay till December 9, Intel Technologies, Samsung R&D, Goldman Sachs and Citi Corp Services India Ltd were companies that hired the most number of students for domestic jobs, while Yahoo, NEC and Murata hired the most students for international jobs.Start-ups like Uber, Paytm, and Ola cabs have already hired IIT-B students, and a few other companies are likely to visit the campus in the next few days.According to the placement cell, reputed educational institutions and universities across India will be in the campus for interviews this week.The highest base package amongst the Japanese firms were from Works app at 60 lakhs JPY/annum, Yahoo at 37.52 lakhs JPY per annum, Rakuten at 37.20 lakhs JPY per annum and Toyo Engineering at 35.16 lakhs JPY per annum. The highest base package amongst the US firms were from Uber at USD 1.10 lakhs per annum, Microsoft at USD 1.06 lakhs per annum and Oracle at USD 1 lakh per annum.The highest base package for domestic roles were from Blackstone at Rs 35 lakhs per year, Schlumberger at Rs 28 lakhs, World Quant at Rs 25.20 lakhs and Xerox Research at Rs 22 lakhs.The top five recruiters, in terms of number of offers made, were Intel Technologies with 29 offers, Samsung R&D with 28, Citi Corp with 20, Goldman Sachs with 15 and Qualcomm with 13.In 2015, the top recruiters were Goldman Sachs with 23 offers, Microsoft with 20, Dar Al Handasah Consultants with 19, Siksha ‘O’ Anusandhan University with 17 and Citi Corp with 15.Last year, the top recruiters for international jobs were Yahoo and NEC, and for domestic jobs were Goldman Sachs, Microsoft, Citi Corp and Intel Technologies.According to IIT-B, during the current placement season, all profiles are in demand.

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