Bhubaneswar: The Institute of Technical Education and Research (ITER), run by the Education and Research (Deemed to be University), retains its special place in technical education, while 91 per cent of students in the 2019-20 batch are employed in major companies. Thirty per cent of the students are employed by Day Zero, the first-day recruitment process, in packages of an average of Rs 4.5 lakh per annum by overpaid companies. In the current academic year, 104 companies have come to ITER to select the campus, while 2264 students have been offered job opportunities. The highest number of them received a package of Rs 31 lakh per annum. It is the only engineering college in East India to be recognized by the All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE), which has received the most patents from major companies such as Microsoft and Infosys. Similarly, companies like Cognizat have given ITER students the most employment opportunities in Odisha.
It has ranked 32nd among the country’s engineering colleges. In 2018, SOA ranks 27th among universities across the country in AIRF banking. The academy was another success when it was ranked in the 601 to 400 category in Time Banking Higher Education World University Banking and its computer science program. It was placed in the 400 push category. This year, apart from IIT, Bhubaneswar and NIIT, Rourkela, ITER is the only technical institution in Odisha where Microsoft has operated a campus.
In the process of selecting students’ campuses, 1164 ITER students have been recruited by companies such as Infosys, Wipro and Cognizant in the One Day High process, which is the best in East India, according to Today’s Echo Radio. Capgemini, IBM, Mindtree, NCRC, IBS. Major companies such as Software, Epandhanti, Sir Holi, Ramki, Infothen, Z Global, CGI, Voltas, DAC Technology, ITC Infotech, Hensar, Value Momentum and AP continue to visit the recruitment process. He is best known for his high-level education system and knowledge-based teaching methods. Under the auspices of the Soa Covid-19 epidemic, university training and selection of 2021 batch students for the recruitment.