Placement


Training & Placement

Training & Placement department helps preparing engineering graduates and passed out students in finding suitable jobs in reputed organizations. This cell works out placement strategies based on current as well as further job markets and takes into account the emerging job profile so that these may provide upward mobility in the career-graphs of our students. Invitations are sent to the prospective companies / organizations along with all relevant information to participate in the campus recruitment.

Regular correspondence is maintained with various industries. Personal visits by the Training and Placement Officer, to many companies also serves to build and maintain relations with the companies. The cell maintains a branch -wise list of industries and encourages students to approach the companies independently in case that particular company does not have a policy of Campus Recruitment.

The cell maintains a branch-wise record of all current appearing students in the Final Year through the collection of their resumes. Based on the requirements prescribed by the company, the eligible candidates are invited for appearing for the test/interviews that are conducted by the visiting companies. The T & P also maintains a list of past students and passes this list to companies who specifically come for pass-out students.

The T & P cell looks after all arrangements to be made for the purpose of conducting campus interviews including everything from, the Pre-Placement Talk, to the written tests, to the final interviews The Training and Placement Cell firmly believes in taking feedback from the companies that have visited since the feedback from the company serves as a yardstick regarding the performance of the students.

This helps the Training and Placement Cell in concentrating on various areas for improvement in the students. We believe that our students are like 'uncut diamonds' that need to be guided in the right direction to acquire their lustre.


Placement Rules

Students who are eligible according to a company's criteria will be allowed to sit for their written test or appear for their interviews. Once a student is selected in a company, he/she cannot appear for the test/interview of the next company even if he/she rejects the previous job offer.

Code of Conduct for Students

All students attending interviews are requested to keep in mind the following the instructions below.

  • Report at the placement centre 30 minutes before the interview starts.
  • Keep an updated copy of your resume with you with photo.
  • Keep sufficient number of your documents/certificates/photographs (spare photo copies) ready and arranged in order.
  • Unless specifically asked to report later, students waiting for their turn should wait patiently at the placement centre and not loiter about. You alone will be responsible if you miss your interview.
  • Present yourself in neat and pressed formal dress and polished formal shoes. Nails ought to be trimmed.

If a candidate who has forwarded his resume for a particular company decides not to appear for the test/interview, he/she should inform the placement centre as soon as possible. This will not only enable the placement centre to give an accurate estimate to the company of the number of people appearing, it will also help other students who would otherwise miss out on a good chance.