Training & Placement Office
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Training and Placement Cell serves as an interface between academia and the industry. Apart from bringing recruiters to the campus, it also organizes motivational lectures, skill building workshops, expert lecture/ industry talks, and personality development programs. It not only helps the final year students in securing a fruitful career, but also guides them through aptitude test series, mock personal interviews, mock group discussions, internship opportunities and industrial visits. It thus acts more like a career services unit rather than just an agency for final placements. It plays a pivotal role in counselling and guiding the students for their successful career by providing them real world exposure.
The career development process includes self-awareness, career exploration and job placement. To realize this process, the cell performs the following activities:
Cell has to coordinate various activities/ organize programs such as Career Goal Setting/ Planning/ Mapping, Mock Interviews/ Interviewing Techniques, Group Discussions, Case Studies, Job application preparation, Resume Writing and Referral, Professional Portfolio Development, Dressing sense, Business Etiquette, Technology Management, Personal Effectiveness etc.
1) Once selected by a company, a student would be considered as placed irrespective of the company / job profile or job location or salary offered. An offer would imply telephonic or written communication (by Fax, Email, etc.) with the convenor of the cell or its other members.
2) Though companies select students on an individual basis, campus recruitment is a team effort. Hence, all students while interacting with the companies for placement will represent the college and not themselves. If found guilty of not doing so, they will be immediately debarred from further placement assistance.
3) Students who will voluntarily disclose with the proof that they do not require placement assistance would be relaxed from participation in the placement activities. This could be because of various reasons like pursuance of higher studies, joining family business, medical reasons, etc
4) It is their responsibility to see the placement notice and submit their resumes to the concerned authority as per the deadline specified in the notice. No resume will be accepted after the deadline specified in the notice.
5) They are expected to behave professionally with all employees of the college. Any misconduct would be dealt seriously and will lead to disqualification from all placement related assistance from the college.
6) They can apply in as many companies as they like but if selected, they will have to appear for the further selection procedure (viz. interview/ psychometric tests/ group discussions / any other selection tool) adopted by the company.
Career counseling: Helping students plan a career path and find jobs requires placement officers to ask questions about students’ goals and interest and lead them to resources that help them achieve those goals. Interpersonal Skills: Placement offers need strong interpersonal skills to network with employers and coach students who have diverse needs.
Communication Skills: Effectively helping students with their careers requires asking specific questions and listening carefully to get useful insight on what jobs best fit them. Coordinating with employers and university departments also requires communicating clearly. Analytical thinking: Strong analytical skills help placement officers gather job information from their research, screen students for suitable positions, and offer career development advice.