Close to 100% campus placement for MBA - CEQS at RICS School of Built Environment
RICS School of Built Environment (RICS SBE), Amity University has bagged an incredible 93% placement even before the completion of their course.
NEW DELHI/MUMBAI/BANGALORE: RICS School of Built Environment announced that it has completed the final placements of its final year student of MBA in CEQS with top international packages amounting to Rs. 32 lakhs and domestic packages between Rs. 7-8 lakhs. Well- known corporate names including internationally renowned property consultants like Arcadis, Turner & Townsend, Rider Levett Bucknall, AECOM, Faithful +Gould, Mott MacDonald and Laing O'Rourke has offered placements to RICS SBE students. Some of the other major players which have selected the candidates are Build Supply, Formulaic Engineers Pvt. Ltd, GMR, Turner & Townsend and HDFC.
Commenting on the placement, Jasbir Singh, Senior Vice President, Gulfar Engg & Contracting SAOG, Muscat 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, COO 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".
"We are very grateful to the companies who have shown their interest in RICS School of Built Environment and have hired the students and given them a chance to practice their skills." he further added.