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Edtech PrepInsta places over 18,857 students in October 2022

Over 475 companies hired PrepInsta Prime students, with the highest package reaching Rs 47 lakh per annum

Edtech PrepInsta places over 18,857 students in October 2022

Outlook Start-Up Desk

POSTED ON December 10, 2022 11:36 PM

PrepInsta, an edtech that prepares candidates for placements, claimed it had placed over 18,857 students in October 2022. Over 475 companies have hired PrepInsta Prime students, with the highest package reaching Rs 47 lakh per annum. 

This month also brought milestone packages with an average package of Rs 7.2 lakh per annum.

PrepInsta claimed that its placement offers for September 2022 witnessed a 70 per cent increase and over 5873 students were successfully hired by companies like TCS, SAP, Wipro, Cognizant and Capgemini. 

For the October placements, TCS distributed approximately 70 per cent of offer letters to PrepInsta students. Other service-based companies, such as Infosys, Cognizant, Accenture, and others, also distributed offer letters for their on-campus recruitment drives and are expected to begin their off-campus drives very soon.

PrepInsta also claims to have provided students with internship opportunities across multiple sectors as part of its placement policy. For instance, it partnered with TCS to provide students with TCS iON RIO remote internships, giving them some industry skills and knowledge.

PrepInsta’s OTT subscription model empowers students to explore more skills by enabling them access to over 150 courses, including AI/ Machine Learning, Cyber Security, Coding Courses in C/C++, Competitive Coding, Ethical Hacking, Cyber Security, Python, DSA, and other upskilling courses. 

Atulya Kaushik, Aashay Mishra and Manish Agarwal founded PrepInsta in 2016 in the dorm room of VIT Vellore. The start-up strives to address the skill gap issue in India by providing skill-based learning through its product PrepInsta Prime, which enables students to get placed in their dream companies. 

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