Before we move on to placement condition of BITS Hyd campus, I would like to tell you that in India including IITs and NITs on campus placements are not that good. There are other ways of getting a job like writing GATE and bagging a rank of under 400 could help you to land up in PSUs which offer 12-15 LPA.
The drawback of Indian society is they think chemical means petroleum and this is the reason why placements are not good in chemical. And at present I am tracking down fertilizer companies, material companies, biochemical companies, etc.
And one more thing. Don’t expect a high package at the beginning. A package of 8 LPA is a very good start because core jobs need experience and with experience you get more salary. So down the line if one follows chemical engineering, then he/she can expect of 30 LPA after 7-9 years. This is not an exaggeration. I am saying this because I know a person who is earning 28 LPA and he has completed his Btech in NIT Rourkela 6 years ago.
As this is a public platform I cannot disclose the statistics, all I can say is the placement scenario is just fine to get you placed in a company for a decent package. To climb the ladders of higher package and good position in the company, you need to dedicate yourselves to the company and work for the company for at least 5–6 years.
I hope you get the scenario of placements in BPHC with my answer