FROM

DIRECTOR'S
DESK
Warm greetings and welcome to PDPM-IIITDM Jabalpur Placement Session for the batch passing out in 2016! I must
express my confidence that the batch of 2012 students will turn out to be high-achievers following the rich tradition
of previous batches. Our large youth force must be provided with opportunities for constructive engagement in a
manner that fulfils their aspirations, expectations of the institutions and the expectations from the society at large.
I thank my faculty colleagues who are instrumental in shaping young people who can confidently engage
themselves with the real life world challenges and make an impact through their knowledge and innovative
capabilities.
We at PDPM-IIITDM make every attempt to lay strong foundation for our students in definitive areas of engineering
with impetus on Designing and Manufacturing with IT acting as an integrator. This offers them an edge not only to
face competition but also to provide more value added solutions. Our well-structured yet flexible curriculum allows
our students to become competent and meet challenges head-on. We are able to offer the most vital link between
industry, businesses, and government departments.
Ours is an excellent infrastructure spread over 270 acres of greenery and complete with classrooms, laboratories,
hostels, librariesnand sports complex. It provides the perfect ambience for creating a proactive mind and a healthy
body. At PDPM-IIITDM we are committed to groom human resource to meet today’s challenges and leverage
tomorrow’s opportunities in tune with the mission of “Digital India” and “Make in India”. Once again, let me express
my congratulations to all organizations participating today and thanks to the ones who are returning as satisfied
recruiter for the last couple of years.

To our students, I would once again wish them well in their professional pursuits. I am confident that they would rise
progressively in their respective careers. I do hope that as they rise, they will retain in them a spirit of trusteeship
and contribute substantially to their alma mater, the society around, the institutions that brought them up and the
Nation at large. We must remember that our happiness depends on the happiness all around us. I must thank the
entire staff of Training & Placement who are enthusiastic with service attitude to make your encounter a
memorable and long lasting.

With warm greetings and happy placement season ahead!
Prof. S.G. Deshmukh
Director,
PDPM IIITDM Jabalpur
FROM
THE CHAIRMAN
B.O.G.
Allow me to express my greetings to all of you on the occasion of the Opening of Placement Session 2012-16 of
PDPM-IIITDM Jabalpur, an Institute of National Importance by Govt. of India MHRD. Opening of Placement
Session is a special day in the calendar of an Institute.

My congratulations to students who are participating. You have gone through your respective courses of studies and
have been adjudged to be worthy. You are now ready to face the exciting world out there. Looking at the present
situation in the country, one can say that there are great opportunities as well as important challenges that await
each one of you ready to embrace these opportunities and take up the challenges. May all your dreams be realized.

I wish to use this occasion to invite the industry. PDPM IIITDMJ through its excellent research facilities, world class
faculty members and rigorous curriculum is producing industry-ready people who are competent in their
knowledge base in engineering and technology. They are also equipped with grounding in other areas such as
society, science and literature through their courses in the basic sciences and humanities that every student takes
as a part of their curriculum at IIITDM Jabalpur. As always, we look forward to enhance our capabilities and our
readiness to meet your requirements. These are the students who are ready to take leadership roles in your core
companies, multinational corporations, financial institutions, public service organizations and others. They will
be the ones who through their innovations and entrepreneurship can bring productive changes to their roles and
by extension contribute to nation building and a citizen at large.

I wish them all success.

Dr. Kota Harinrayana
Chairman, Board of Governors
PDPM IIITDM Jabalpur

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FROM
THE CHAIRMAN
PLACEMENT CELL
PDPM Indian Institute of Information Technology, Design and Manufacturing Jabalpur (PDPM IIITDMJ) was setup
through an act (IIIT Act 2014) to declare certain Institutions of Technology to be Institute of National Importance by
the Ministry of HRD, Govt. of India, in collaboration with Govt. of Japan, to promote inter-disciplinary research in the
area of design and manufacturing. Institute has latest state of the art manufacturing facilities and provides students
with an opportunity to gain inter-disciplinary skills.

Presently, PDPM-IIITDMJ is running its eighth batch of Bachelor of Technology (B.Tech) and Master of Technology
program, Master of Design, apart from the recent B.Des and M.Tech Mechatronics, Mechanical Engineering (ME) with
specializations: CAD/CAM, Design & Manufacturing, Computer Science & Engineering (CSE) and Electronics &
Communication Engineering (ECE) with specializations: Microwave and Communication Engineering, Power and
Control. Institute also offers Ph.D programme in ME, CSE, ECE, Design & Natural Science. To build strong partnership
with industry, the Institute offers six month long internship to the UG & PG Students as part of their curriculum.

Placement Cell provides valuable support by offering information and guidance to the graduating students registered
for placement. Placement Cell has the required infrastructure to conduct parallel placement sessions, video
conferencing facility and excellent accommodation arrangement in the guest house, etc. to organize campus
placement activities.

We take this opportunity to invite your esteemed organization to visit our campus for recruitment. The high quality,
flexible and dynamic curriculum at PDPM IIITDMJ has led to the development of various technologies as per the
requirement of industry and society. Our versatile students participate and organize various technical, cultural, sports
and literary activities throughout the year. It will be a privilege for us to welcome you at PDPM IIITDM Jabalpur. I am
sure that the professional skills acquired by our students with high moral and ethical values will strengthen your
organization and they will become an asset to your organization.

Dr. Prashant K. Jain
Chairman, Placement Cell
PDPM-IIITDM Jabalpur

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ABOUT
IIITDM, Jabalpur

With the dawn of industrialization and technological revolution, the world is incessantly heading towards a better
and smarter future. The modern industry calls out for a huge demand of inter-disciplinary knowledge and skills.

The current engineering education system in India, though huge and diverse, is mainly based on the conventional
idea of pipeline model. To integrate the knowledge of a given discipline with IT enabled design, prototyping as well as
manufacturing considerations, a need therefore exists for developing new academic programs.

Apart from laying an emphasis on IT, the new approach should also give emphasis on aesthetic, ergonomic and
functional considerations of products. The academic programme should also be able to respond to industry driven
adaptive management structure. With above requirements in mind, the Ministry of Human Resource Development
(MHRD), Government of India, felt the need to set up an Institute of National Importance devoted exclusively to
Information Technology (IT), Design and Manufacturing (D and M). It was envisaged that such an academic Institute
would promote excellence in the desired areas of specialization and would facilitate and promote the competitive
advantage of Indian products and manufacturing in global markets.

Further, the new Institute would serve as an inter-disciplinary institution for education and research by keeping the
concept of Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) in mind. The Indian Institute of Information Technology, Design and
Manufacturing Jabalpur (IIITDMJ), an Institute of National importance was thus established in January 2005. Strong
industry interface and close-cooperation with other academic and research institutions are the key features of this
Institute.

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COLLABORATION

The IIITDM Jabalpur – Japan collaboration is an aspect of a wider partnership envisaged between Japan and India.
The Institute is being developed and nurtured under India-Japan partnership as a unique Institute of its kind with
focus on IT enabled design and manufacturing.
Under a joint agreement between the two Governments, Japan, a leader in cutting edge manufacturing
technologies is committed to provide support for development of the teaching and research program and also to
promote the infrastructure of the Institute.
During July 2009 at the 3rd Consortium meeting it was decided that Japanese universities and industries will play a
more active role in the postgraduate and research education of the Institute, including joint supervision of thesis,
organizing of joint workshops and conferences at IIITDM Jabalpur. For effective implementation of this
collaboration, Government of Japan has formed a consortium of six universities and six industries :
Among Universities : Among Industries :
1. University of Tokyo 1. Hitachi
2. Tokyo Institute of Technology 2. Toshiba
3. Tohoku University 3. Amada
4. Kyushu University 4. Okuma
5. Shibaura Institute of Technology 5. Sumitomo Metals
6. Kanagawa Institute of Technology 6. GE Energy
MOU
An MOU with Kanagawa Institute of Technology, Japan and PDPM-Indian Institute of Information Technology,
Design & Manufacturing Jabalpur was signed for promoting academic friendship and co-operation between the
two institutions.

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JENESYS 2.0

JENESYS, Japan - East Asia Network of Exchange for Students and Youths, is a project advanced by the Japanese
government from the standpoint of providing a sound foundation for strong solidarity within Asia through large-
scale youth exchange. At the Second East Asia Summit (EAS), which was held in January 2007, Mr. Shinzo Abe, Prime
Minister of Japan, announced a plan to implement a 35-billion-yen youth exchange program,inviting about 6,000
young people to Japan mainly from the EAS member states (ASEAN, Australia, China, India, New Zealand, the ROK)
every year for five years, with a view to establish a basis of Asia's stalwart solidarity by expanding youth exchange.

The JENESYS 2.0 project, is a succeeding version of the JENESY project and expects to invite over 30,000 youths from
countries/regions of Asia, Pacific Islands and North America. JOCA is the implementing body for the youths of the
following countries/regions:

• 14 Pacific Island countries/regions: a total of 7 groups with 368 participants
• 10 ASEAN countries, Australia, India, New Zealand, and Timor-Lest: 1,743 participants

14 Students from PDPM IIITDM Jabalpur were selected to participate in the JENESYS 2.0 held atTokyo, Fokuoka, Saga,
Tako.

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ACADEMICS

Project Based Internship
The Institute recognizes that not all aspects of learning can be taught in the conventional way of classroom (or
laboratory) teaching methodology.

Realizing this as an important element of learning in an organization, the Institute has opened an academic
program of approximately six months long Project-Based Internship (PBI) opportunity to its students to be
executed after the completion of sixth semester.

This is the strongest point of our curriculum because it provides on-the-job experience or exposure to ongoing R&D
in an organization under the supervision of able practitioners/researchers.

Two semester long, Design and Fabrication Project (UG 3rd year)
The course, Design & Fabrication Project are meant to nurture creativity, innovation and ideas. In this course, the
students have to properly fabricate the product whose design was developed and proposed in the first semester of
the course so that it has the proper finishing, packaging and is ready to be launched into the market.

Fabrication Project primarily include selection of materials and manufacturing processes along with prototype
building and testing with the end output as fully functional product. The course expects to observe the step by step
detailed plan of execution, such as, purchase of material, fabrication, testing, finishing, display, etc.

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COMPUTER SCIENCE
AND ENGINEERING

The Department of Computer science and engineering at IIITDM Jabalpur provides practical approach to
computation and its application. With a team of highly qualified members of faculty, the CSE discipline aids to the
learning and research by students. Systematic design of the courses further enhances the process of learning the
theories and their applications. The Institute has fully equipped labs for practical application of the acquired
knowledge and for further research. The department boast of successfully moulding students in to Engineers and
Technocrats.

Core Courses Electives
1. Design and Analysis of Algorithm 1. Parallel Algorithms
2. Object Oriented Analysis and Design 2. Machine Learning
3. Database Design and Management 3. Complex Networks
4. Computer System Organization and Architecture 4. Network Computing
5. Operating system 5. Probability and Statistics for Engineers
6. Computer Networks 6. Data Communication
7. Language Theory 7. Graph Algorithm
8. Data Structures and Algorithms 8. Parallel Programming with MPI
9. Software Engineering 9. Mobile and Wireless Networks
10. Compiler Designing 10. Computer Graphics

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ELECTRONICS AND
COMMUNICATION
ENGINEERING
The Institute’s Electronics and Communication Engineering discipline aims to enrich students with a strong
foundation of basic principles that mark the innovations in electrical and electronics technology. With A-
class lab equipment and other e-learning facilities the students are provided with a dynamic environment
for learning and research. Online access to various reputed international journals doesn’t only keep
students aware of the most recent developments in the fields of electronics but also serves as a
motivation. The Students are well prepared to understand the contemporary technology and to aid to its
further development.

Microwave and Communication Engineering Microelectronics and VLSI
1. Fundamentals of Electromagnetic Theory 1. Electronic Devices and Circuits
2. RF and Microwave Circuit Design 2. Linear Integrated Circuits
3. RF and Optical MEMs 3. Analog IC Design
4. Antenna Theory and Design 4. VLSI Design
5. Nano-Photonics and Plasmonics 5. MEMS and Microsystems
6. Principles of Communication 6. Advanced VLSI Design

Power and Control Signal Processing
1. Control System Engineering 1. Signal System and Networks
2. Special Topics in Power and Control Systems 2. Digital Signal Processing
3. Power Electronics and Drives 3. Time and Frequency Analysis
4. System Design Power and Control 4. Multi-rate Signal Processing
5. Fuzzy Logic and Neural Networks 5. Statistical Signal Processing
6. Wavelet and Filter Banks

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MECHANICAL
ENGINEERING

Core Courses Design Electives
1. Thermodynamics 1. Computer Aided Design
2. Solid Mechanics 2. Vibrations of Mechanical System
3. Kinematics and Dynamics of Machines 3. Finite Element Method (FEM)
4. Manufacturing Technology 4. Automobile Engineering
5. Fluid Mechanics and Heat Transfer 5. Design of Mechanical Systems
6. Design of Mechanical Components 6. Vehicle Engineering
7. Computer Aided Geometric Design

Thermal and Fluid Electives Common Courses
1. IC Engines 1. Engineering Graphics (including ZWCAD)
2. Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) 2. IT Workshop of SOLIDWORKS and ADAMS
3. Advanced Heat Transfer 3. Material Science and Manufacturing
4. Energy Conservation devices

Manufacturing Electives
1. NC Machine Tools
2. Advanced Manufacturing Processes and Technologies (AMT)
3. Computer Integrated Manufacturing (CIM)
4. Rapid Product Development Technologies (RPDT)

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DESIGN
DISCIPLINE
IIITDM ABALPUR

In Design Discipline at PDPM IIITDM Jabalpur, a holistic and all-inclusive philosophy is applied to train human
resources in the paradigm of Modern Design at Masters and Doctoral level, so as to make them adept designers. The
rigorous curriculum, the intense research methodologies, the diligent practice of skills create knowledge based
professionals of industrial design and innovation.

Core Courses Specific Courses
1. Element and Principle of Design Product Design
2. Ergonomics for Industrial Design
1. Product Design ll (Form Design)
3. Product design
2. Sustainable Design
4. Software Workshop
3. Design Paradigm
5. Winter Internship
4. Simplicity and Uncoupted Designs
6. Art and Aesthetics in Design
5. Visual Design Workshops
7. Design Branding and Benchmarking
8. Visual Order Visual Communication
9. User Centred Design
10. Design Paradigm 1. Semantics and Communication theory
11. Auto Styling: Concept of Realization 2. Animation
3. Various Workshops
4. M.Des. Thesis
5. Interaction Design
6. Interactive Design
7. Human Computer Interface

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RESEARCH
DEVELOPMENT
& MAJOR PROJECTS

1. Process Development for the Fabrication of Free Form Components through Incremental Sheet Forming.
Board of Research in Nuclear Science (BRNS) Project, BARC, Department of Atomic Energy.
2. e-PG Pathshala for Computer Science formation of e-content
Funded by INFLIBNET, UGC
3. Constrained Curve Drawing Algorithm for Robot Motion Planning
Funded by DST, Govt. of India
4. Improved Control Design for AQM router supporting TCS flows
Sponsored by DST, Govt. of India
5. Brain Controller Mobile Robot
Sponsored by DST, Govt. of India
6. Wavelets and Operational Matrix based techniques for integral and differential equation
Sponsored by DST, Fast Track Scheme
7. Development of Virtual Laboratory on Automated systems (Mechatronics) supported by National
Mission for Education through ICS (NMEICT)
Sponsored by MHRD, Govt. of India
8. Development of Virtual Laboratory on Manufacturing supported by National Mission for Education
through ICS (NMEICT)
Sponsored by MHRD, Govt. of India
9. Development of Additive – Subtractive Integrated RP Systems for Improved Part Quality
Sponsored by DST, Govt. of India
Damage Detection on a Mechanical Structure (Timoshenko Beam, Machine) using Vibration
10. Signature, 2015,
Sponsoring Organization: Centre for Science and Technology of the Non-Aligned and Other
Developing Countries,

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WORKSHOPS AND
CONFERENCES

1. Application of MATLAB for Engineering Computations.
Organized date: 01/12/2014 - 05/12/2014
2. National Workshop on Cryptology.
Organized date: 25/9/2014 - 27/9/2014
3. CONIAPS 2014: XVI Annual Conference of International Academy of Physical Sciences.
Organized date: 20/3/2014 - 22/03/2014
4. Summer workshop on Complex Networks.
Organized date: 19/5/2014 -23/5/2014
5. National Workshop on Smart Grid and Renewable Energy Integration.
Organized date: 30/03/2015 - 31/03/2015
6. CST University Workshop -2015
Organized date: 26/03/2015
7. SYMPOSIUM on Next Generation Networks.
Organized date: 12/03/2015 - 15/03/2015
8. MIC Components for Next Generation Wireless Communication Systems.
Organized date: 13/02/2015 - 15/02/2015

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ADMISSION
PROCEDURE

B.Tech Based on JEE Mains
(Joint Entrance Examination)
through JOSAA counselling

IIITDMJ
M.Tech Based on GATE
(Graduate Aptitute Test in Engineering)
through CCMT counselling

B.Des Based on
(Undergraduate Common Entrance)
Examination for Design

M.Des Based on CEED
(Common Entrance Exam for Design)
and GATE
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DEMOGRAPHICS

Overall Students 51
M.Tech 243
18
M.Des

B.Tech

B.Tech Students
79 84
Computer Science
Engineering
Electronics & Communication
Engineering
Mechanical
Engineering

80
20
M.Des Students
M.Des 18

M.Tech Students 11 20

Mechanical
Engineering
Electronics & Communication
Engineering
Mechatronics
Engineering
Computer Science 10
Engineering

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EVENTS
ABHIKALPAN
Abhikalpan is the inter college technical and entrepreneurship festival hosted by students of PDPM IIITDMJ. During
the festival, many events such as lectures by eminent personalities of various fields, workshops on software,
Arobotics, automobiles etc. and exciting competitions are organized.

GUSTO
Gusto is the annual sports festival of the Institute, during which teams of various Institutes from all over the country
compete with each other. Campus witnesses a vibrancy unparalleled during the fest that closes in celebrations and
memories to be cherished for years by the participants.

TARANG
Tarang is the annual cultural festival of the Institute Jabalpur held in the month of October, and is one of the most
popular college festivals of Central India, attracting a participation of thousands of students from various Institutes
across the country.

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STUDENT LIFE
STUDENT'S LIFE
Amidst the tight academic schedule, every now and then students manage a spree for themselves. Variety of events
are organised where students ardently participate and showcase their talents. These events act as an opportunity for
students to deploy their technical and managerial skills and assimilate all-important practical outlook.

CLUBS
Timely meetings throughout the year and student’s active participation are the most remarkable characteristics of
the Institute’s clubs. As a result, students of PDPM IIITDM Jabalpur participate in various inter-college festivals to
show their talents. Various activities that the students are involved with, is evident from the number of student clubs
like Automotive, Photography, Astronomy, Fabrication, Robotics, Electronics, CAD, Programming, Dance, Dramatics,
Entrepreneurship, Music, Literary, various Sports clubs and others.

SPORTS
Institute has the infrastructure for various recreational and sports activities like Cricket, Football, Table Tennis,
LawnTennis, Basket Ball, Badminton, Volleyball, Kho-kho etc. The students develope the much needed traits of
leadership, comradery, and team work by involving themselves in these co-curricular and extra-curricular activities.

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PLACEMENT
PROCEDURE
The Placement Office sends invitations
1 to companies/organisations along with
relevant information.

The accounts are created for organisations
2 interested in recruiting on the website
: placement.iiitdmj.ac.in.

A Company/Organisation fills a Job
Announcement Form (JAF) containing details
of the job and the offer using their online account. 3

If the company/organisation is interested in conducting
4 a Pre-Placement Talk (PPT) they can send a request along
with the preferred dates.

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The Placement Office also coordinates the signing of offer

10 letters by students who have been selected to ensure that
they reach the company/organisation as early as possible.

The company/organisation is required to furnish the final list of selected students in a sealed envelope
at the end of the assigned interview slot. The organisations are also requested to maintain a waitlist of
students in case of non-availability of some of the selected students.

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Placement Office allots dates for recruitment procedure by considering factors like
student preferences, job profile, etc. Organisations visit the campus on the allotted
date(s) and conduct tests and/or interviews according to their recruitment process.

Organisations can shortlist students. The organisations are also

7 requested to maintain a waitlist of students who can be interviewed
in the event of non-availability of some of the shortlisted students.

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Interested and eligible (as per the criteria specified by the organisations) students show their
willingness to appear for the recruitment process of a company by signing its JAF online. The
verified resumes of all such students become available to the organisation for downloading or
viewing through their placement account.

5 The JAF is made available online to the eligible students, along
with any other information furnished by company/organisation.

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CV/Resume Verification
All claims made by students in resumes submitted for campus placement are duly verificed by the
Placement Office. The verification standards are uniform throughout the Institute.

Preparation Activity
IIITDM Jabalpur aims to give its students the grooming that they require not just for facing placement.
interviews but also to excel in their corporate careers in the future. With this goal, the Placement Office
conducts several employability enhancement activities:

Communication skill evaluation sessions
Mack groups discussions and personal interviews
Informal interactive talks with alumni in hostels and departments
Aptitude, technical and mental abllity tests
Communication skills enhancement programs
Workshops in collaboration with recruiting companies to aid students in resume preparation,
case study solving etc.

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ACHIEVEMENTS

From the very first day of its establishment in 2005 PDPM IIITDM Jabalpur has marched on to an unending path of
Perfection, Innovation and Achievement. Student of PDPM IIITDM Jabalpur have proved their mettle in various and
different walks of life. Within a very short span of time the Institute has produced many excellent Engineers,
Innovators and Technocrats who are serving the country and mankind with their ability of creation. With this spirit
the Institute has earned its Rank-18 in the list of TOP-25 Government T-colleges of India in DQ-CMRC T-School Survey.
PDPM IIITDM Jabalpur has been a center of excellence for the students and a center of attraction for IT companies
to recruit best talent.

STUDENT BATCH DISCIPLINE PROGRAMME UNIVERSITY/
ORGANISATION
Utkarsh Kumar 2011 ME Gate AIR-80 BPCL
Pranjal Nautiyal 2011 ME PhD Candidate Florida International University
Swapnil Shrivastava 2010 ME Gate AIR-231 BPCL
Robin Singh Nanda 2010 ECE M tech (Gate AIR-140) IISc
Vineet Singh 2010 ECE MS Trinity College Dublin
Ankit Awasthi 2010 ME MS University of Texas

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RECRUITERS
SPEAK
Oracle (Ms. Megha Kapil, Lead-Campus Relations JAPAC Team)
“ These are precisely the values that Oracle stands for. We see a perfect fit between Oracle and PDPM IIITDM
Jabalpur. ”

Infosys ( Mr Sudhir Misra, Head HR)
“ It has always been refreshing and pleasant visiting PDPM IIITDM Jabalpur for campus recruitment. We are
impressed by the enthusiasm and intellect displayed by the students."

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IBM (Ms. Adyasha Sahu, Recruitment Specialist)
“Bandwidth of knowledge is good.”

Hitachi India Pvt.Lrd. (Mr. Venkatesh Rao, Manager HR)
“I have no hesitation in saying that the students of this Institute match with the very best of India.”

CANON Inc. Japan (Mr. Shibata Shogo)
“My impression of PDPM IIITDM students is getting better and better every year”

BESCO (Mr. A. K. Banerjee, Senior Advisor)
“I have no doubt that the reshaping of India in the much needed traction to the manufacturing sectors
can only be provided by these youngsters. The presentation made by the students of PDPM IIITDM
Jabalpur displayed high degree of imagination and innovation”

MHI (Ms Sayaka Hanatani)
“Students are great and we are impressed with the kind of projects they do”

NSK India Sales Company Pvt.Ltd. (Yoichi Imamura , Head HR)
“With so many good students to select, I felt like a child in a candy shop.”

S&P Capital IQ (Ms. Swetha Bodanapu, Head HR)
“We simply find a wonderful talent pool out here at PDPM IIITDM Jabalpur and exactly the kind of talent
that Capital IQ wants.”

Amada Soft India (Ms Celina Prabhu, Manager HR)
“We greatly value our relation with PDPM IIITDM Jabalpur because it enhances the brand equity of our
recruitment process phenomenally”

Bharat Electronics Limited (Mr.B.L. Pant, Manager)
“PDPM IIITDM Jabalpur showcases innovation , that’s what we are looking for and that is why we
recruit here at PDPM IIITDM Jabalpur, to see innovation.”

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RECRUITERS

3DPLM C F
CANON Japan Frontier Alloy Steels
A CSC
AA Autotech,Gurgaon Compro Technologies
G
Amdocs CANON India Geometric Ltd.
Adobe India Capillary Tech, Bangalore Garg Web Tech Pvt. Ltd.
Amada Soft India GM Glass Works No.2
CEERI Pilani
Avantha Power Godrej & Boyce Mfg. Co. Ltd.
Cognizant
Arihant Industries
Arnium Technologies
Coupon Dunia H
Cognitree HLS ASIA Ltd.
ARRIS Hella Pune
CMC Ltd.
Anglo Eastern Group Hitachi India Pvt. Ltd
CMS Info Systems Pvt. Ltd.
Aricent HCL
Ashok Leyland Cellcomm Solutions Limited HP
Altair Engineering Central Electricity Authority
Antasoft Tech. Indore Compare Infobase Limited I
Cummins Infosys
B Cyient Innovaccer Management Pvt. Ltd.
Inkriti Solutions
Brahmos Aerospace
Bharat Forge
D Impetus
DD NEWS Lucknow IBM
BPCL IFFCO
Delhi Transco Ltd.
BARC IIT Chennai
DRDO
Bharat Petroleum IIT Delhi
BESCO Ltd. (Wagon Division) Kolkata E IIT Kanpur
IIT Ropar
Bharat Oman ECIL Hydrabad
BMW IIT Bombay
Ecollabs Infomix Pvt Ltd. IIT Guwahati
BRBRAITT (BSNL) Erricson India
Bharti Hexacom Ltd., Jaipur ITI Manakpur
Escorts Ltd. Innovative Mechatronix Sys. Pvt. Ltd.
BHEL R & D, Hydrabad Excellon Software IIIT Hydrabad
BSNL Jaipur Euthenia Consultancy Pvt. Ltd.
30 BEL
J N T
JBM Ltd. NSK Tech Mahindra
JSL Hissar NUNC Solutions Teach for India
NEC HCL System Technologies Ltd. TATA Technologies
National Engineering Industries Ltd. TCIL
K Neometrix Technology Pvt. Ltd. Trident Group
Kubota Corp. New Rubric Solution TCS
KPIT Cummins National Eng. Ind. Tata Motors
KIIT NBC Bearings Tata Steel Limited
Nexxbase Marketing Pvt. Ltd. Triumphet Robotics (Trees)
L NGCN Infosolutions
NPCI, Hyderabad
True Bil
Link Online Pvt Ltd.
L & T Power, India NRSC Hyderabad U
L & T ies University Of British -
LSI O Columbia
ORACLE
M Olacabs
V
Microsoft IDC Vassar Labs
Olive Technology
Mu-Sigma Volkswagen India Pvt. Ltd.
Ordnance Development Center
MHI India
MHI Japan P W
MNIT Jaipur Works Application Japan
MOSCHIP Paytm Web Synergies
Mahindra Two Wheelers Persistent Systems Ltd. Wipro Infotech
Maihar Cement (Birla Group) People Tech Group, Banglore Wisecells
Maruti Suzuki India Limited
McGill University Canada R Y
Mercedes-Benz Rare Mile YODLEE
Mindstix Software Labs Pvt. Ltd, Pune Renault Nissan
Motorola
MyDeals247 S
S&P CAPITAL IQ
Sutra Analytics
Snapdeal
Samsung
Sona Koyo Steering Systems Ltd..
Siemens Goa
Sprinklr Gurgaon
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PLACEMENT
TEAM

Chairman, Placement Cell : Student Placement Members :
CSE
Dr. Prashant Kumar Jain
pkjain@iiitdmj.ac.in Amit Giri
+91-9425800310 Ayush Pal
Prashant Kumar Jha
Placement Officer : Rajpriya
Sarvajeet Suman
Satish Kumar
Ms. Tulika Ruth Nelson
Vivek Kumar
tulika@iiitdmj.ac.in
+91-9425807675 ECE
Kumar Shishir
Faculty Placement Members : Manish Meena
Medhavi Goyal
Dr. Lokendra K. Balyan Meghana G.
balyan@iiitdmj.ac.in Nishant
Natural Sciences Sagar Baronia
ME
Dr. Pavan Kumar Kankar Alok Sahoo
kankar@iiitdmj.ac.in Anurag Singh
Mechanical Engineering Prabhat Ranjan
Dr. Ruchir Gupta Pratik Sahu
rgupta@iiitdmj.ac.in Pratyush Singh
Computer Science & Engineering Saptarshi Das

Design Decipline
Dr. K. K. Balakrishnan
kk.bala@iiitdmj.ac.in Ganesh S
Design Discipline Pankaj Rawat

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