PERI Campus Drive Series - OCTOBER 2015

PERI Institute of Technology (PERI IT) is the proud organiser of the PERI Campus Drive 2015 series. The latest drive is being held on 30th OCTOBER 2015 at PERI campus, Mannivakkam, Chennai to recruit candidates for Trainee – Software Engineer, Product Consultant – MBA (Interns) and Anime - Creators jobs.

At PERI IT, we believe in helping the community we live in, especially by creating opportunities for nearby students to carve and sustain a meaningful & fulfilling career. As a part of these community enrichment efforts, PERI IT has been organising the PERI Campus Drive 2015 series – a series of campus drives for nearby engineering and non-engineering students using our industrial recruiting partners in core technology areas. The campus drive is free for both companies & students and we hope that a large number of deserving students are benefited from this exercise.

Interested students must send your resumes to The subject line of the email should contain the word "Campus Interaction".


The campus drive is being held on the 30th of OCTOBER 2015. Walk-in registration will open at 8.30 AM and close by 10 AM. Candidates are advised to arrive by 8.30 am to ensure sufficient time for registration.


The drive is being held at the PERI Institute of Technology campus at Mannivakkam, Chennai. To view the location in the map, please click here

Job Details?

# Job Company Website
1 Trainee – Software Engineer Campus Interaction
2 Product Consultant – MBA (Interns) " "
3 Anime - Creators " "


  • 1. Trainee – Software Engineer (JAVA) : B.E (CSE, IT, ECE, E&I) – 60% and above – 2015 Passed out
  • 2. Product Consultant (Internship) : MBA (Any Stream) – 60% and above – 2015 & 2016 Passed out
  • 3. Anime Creators : Any Degree – Having vast knowledge in animation

Entry fees?      Entry is free for all.

Participating Company

Campus Interaction

Data in this graph, collected from over 60 colleges mainly from Tamil Nadu and near by states during 2014-15, proves what has been generally known. The graph clearly shows that Tier-1 colleges maintain a healthy placement record compared to Tier-2 colleges. Tier-1 colleges enjoyed 74% placement compared to just 37% for Tier-2 colleges.Tier-1 cities, such as Chennai and Bangalore, also had a healthy placements of 60% compared to colleges in Tier-2 cities with 32% placements.

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How do I get a great job?

  • Dress in professional attire and be well groomed. First impression is the best impression!
  • Ensure you have updated your resume with your latest experience and achievements. Check the formatting and spelling in your resume thoroughly before printing.
  • Please bring a copy of any identifying document such as passport, ration card, drivers licence, etc.
  • Bring at least 2 hard copies of your resume.