No, I have not.
Yes, there were many key companies like Infosys, tata, etc.
Average salary, 20000 Highest salary, 175000
The last year students have done 9.7GCPA
Francis Xavier Engineering College has a robust placement and training program in the campus. A dedicated Placement Team, headed by a well qualified placement officer functions round the year to ensure that students are placed in reputed companies across the country. Continuous placement training is offered to equip the students on communication, soft skills, confidence building, interview skills and tests of reasoning, by experts in the respective fields. Career development programs are regularly conducted through accomplished resource persons across a wide spectrum of industries.
The college has active Mous with HCL, Sutherland, ICT Academy and similar leading companies. This helps the students interact regularly with the corporate world and make them industry fit. Training in the area of Networking such as CCNA certification is provided for the students from the CISCO Academy.
Placements are provided for the students of Engineering and Post Graduates in Administration and Computer Application, by the initiative of the Placement Cell. The Placement Cell strives to achieve 100% placements year on year.
The students are also motivated and equipped to take part in the Campus placement programs organized by the Anna University under the Tamil Nadu State Level Placement program. Several students are placed in renowned MNCs such TCS, CTS, Birla Soft and Accenture.
In addition to the Tamil Nadu State level Placement Program organized, on campus is being organized at the college. Renowned companies with attractive salary packages are invited for the college for the campus Recruitment drive. In addition to the software field companies from the Core Engineering are also invited for the recruitment drive. Some of the top companies that participate in our placement program are HCL Info System, TVS, L-Cube and Sure Soft.
Tata Consultancy Services
More than 40 companies has visited the campus