RICS SBE Summarises Campus Placements
RICS School of Built Environment announced that it has completed the final placements of the (Batch 2017-2019)
RICS School of Built Environment (RICS SBE), Amity University students bagged good campus placements in Real Estate, Banking and Financial services, Construction, Contracting and Consulting firms’, Professional Services, Consulting and Advisory Firms, and Corporate Occupiers organisations.
RICS School of Built Environment announced that it has completed the final placements of the (Batch 2017-2019) with domestic and international organizations with packages amounting to up to Rs 32 lakh. Placements for the batch 2018-2020 are in full swing and going on successfully. Corporate names including property consultants like in Home First Finance Company, Barmalt, Bharti Realty, DLF, AECOM, Ahluwalia Contracts, JMC Projects, Mace Group, SPCL, Turner and Townsend, Tata Consulting Engineers, CBRE, JLL, Savills, Vestian Global, E&Y, Hilti, GHD Dubai, KPMG, Rider Levett Bucknall, Space Matrix&Chuan Lim Const., Singapore have offered placements to RICS SBE students.
Commenting on the placement, Rahul Ghai-Manager HR, CBRE, said “We are highly satisfied with the kind of talent we have seen while hiring the students at RICS School of Built Environment so far, and I am sure that with the specialized inputs from the course and from the expert faculty, these students will be ready to handle the real-world challenges. Students of the RICS School of Built Environment are confident and have a rigorous professional approach. They are industry-ready professionals and possess good domain command in real estate and construction.”
Commenting on this positive development at RICS School of Built Environment, Managing Director Ashwani Awasthi said, “We are delighted to share that our students are placed at some of the highly esteemed organizations in the industry. We feel proud when top-recruiters recognize the potential of our students. Our aim is to work continuously to improve the entrepreneurial and employability skills of the students”.
Commenting on why students from this institute are readily absorbed by major organizations whereas a huge majority of engineering graduates today are unemployed, the director of Placements, Saravpreet Singh says “Our students graduate with globally accredited degrees which make them more employable and this immediately gives them an advantage over the competition. In addition, an updated curriculum with knowledge about the latest industry-related software, internships in the industry, site visits and industry veterans engaging with the students to keep them abreast of the latest trends and challenges are a few things that make our students' industry-ready as soon as they graduate. In the current scenario, while the number of unemployed engineering graduates in the country is increasing and even AICTE has, for the time being, decided not to approve the opening of any new engineering colleges, we have been able to get our students with engineering backgrounds placed quite successfully and easily in the top organizations in India and abroad – Middle East, Singapore, etc”.
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