India: Apple to Recruit Fresh Engg Graduates From ‘IIIT Hyd’
Apple Inc. for the first time, decided to hire technicians from an Indian engineering college. Reports declare that Apple has decided to come to the International Institute of Information Technology (IIIT) with job offers. It is expected that Apple will be hired by IIIT Hyderabad or Bengaluru. The setup will start in December.
For the First Time Apple in Hunt for A new talent : Apple to visit IIIT Hyderabad for campus placement in hunt
In a first, Apple to visit IIIT Hyderabad for campus placement in hunt for new talent
Cupertino-based tech giant Apple Inc is all set to hire Indian techies as it scouts for fresh talent from the country.
Apple’s Cupertino-based giant, Apple Inc., is about to employ Indian technologies after discovering new talent from the country. According to media reports, the technology giant will take part in recruitment at the campus for the first time in India at the Hyderabad International Institute of Information Technology (IIIT-H)
Placement of the campus by Apple will see about 350 students from different courses like BTech, BE, MTech and MSc (research) to be part of the program. These students are already registered for the deployment that begins in December this year, according to Times of India.
IIIT-H Campus Placements 2017 by Apple
“We are elated that Apple has decided to come for our campus placements this year. We are not sure of the kind of profiles that the company will be offering. However, it will provide an opportunity to the graduating students to showcase their skills before representatives of the firm,” said TV Devi Prasad, head of placements at IIITH told TOI.
Apple is not the first company to be registered with IIIT-H. Companies like Microsoft, Google and Philips also registered IIT Hyderabad. Nearly 350 students from BTech, BE, MTech and MSc (Research) from IIIT Hyderabad registered for placement in Apple.
According to reports, most companies have recently engaged in artificial intelligence, data science, etc. Prasad said that companies that come to the placements will conduct interviews for students who are well acquainted with Python, a computer language, to be desirable.
He added that the requirement for hardware engineers this year is high “with a large number of companies looking forward to employing students with specific application integrated circuits and design verification.”