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PLACEMENT & CAREER COUNSELLING CELL


2019-2020

The Placement Cell started functioning with a very clear objective of ensuring a higher placement record and a better reach to the students of the college.

To facilitate this objective, a ‘Placement Orientation Programme’ was conducted, under which, the Placement Coordinator will give a short presentation on the Placement Cell and its planned activities for the current year, replete with a timeline. This ensured that the students were well informed about the placement activities of the college and their part in it.

The Placement Cell conducts the following main activities in the college:

  1. Placements for Final Year Students
  2. Career Counseling Sessions for Second and Final Year Students.
  3. Internships

This year we had a Campus Recruitment Training Program for 2nd and final year students. These classes are conducted by ITNurtureden, in our campus itself. In addition to this program, many Technical, Personal trainers from various training firms were invited to take workshops and classes for the students. Mock GD and Interview sessions as well as aptitude tests were organized for final year students.

Branch

Company

Total

Selected/ Short Listed

Tech Mahindra

9

Deloitte

 

5

Concentrix

NIL

Corteva

5

Info e search

NIL

Genpact

18

Wipro

7

Chaitanya Educational Institutions

42

State Street

11

Infosys

1

Skillstride

3

IKS

29

HGS

26

TCS

33

Cognizant

NIL

VCC India

1

Loyalty Juggernaut, Inc. (LJI)

NIL

Amazon

3

Teach for India

NIL

S & P Global

1

HDFC

5

MeshArk

7

 

  • No of students registered – 462
  • Of students appeared :-240 (UG- 210, PG- 30)
  • No of students short listed/placed –199 (UG- 173, PG- 26)
  • 83% of the registered students were placed. ( UG- 82% , PG- 87%)
  • Maximum CTC- 3.5 LPA by IKS– UG
  • Maximum CTC -4,09,680 LPA by Corteva & Statestreet - PG

Career Counselling Activities

Career Counseling Cell is very instrumental with regard to the career opportunities for the under graduates. At CCC our motto was to create awareness and provide a platform for growth and enhancement of skills.

Every seminar was planned after detailed assessment of various aspects of employment and in accordance with current market requirements. Participative discussions were held for the students enabling them to make sound decisions in their careers. Companies having operations in Banking, Capital Markets, ITES graced the seminar and selected the students as interns and employees as well.

Companies participated included Deloitte company team, JMarathon, Corteva- Cognisense media pvt.ltd, Genpact, Bombay stock exchange, Woxsen  School of Business, TCS, Reference globe.

Azent Overseas Education Limited and AIESEC also visited our campus and enlightened the students with prospects of higher education at different geographical locales across the globe.  

We have organized 11 seminars during the academic year 2019-20 for the undergraduates of Science, Commerce, Business management and Arts.

All the seminars were successful as it helped many students in shaping up their career, knowledge about current job market situation and expected changes with the advent of new technologies like Block Chain, AI etc and also insight into overseas education. 

S.No

Date

 

Target Students

Company/         Consultancy

Resource Person

Designation

Topic

1

10th July 2019

Final years

B.Sc.,B.Com., BBM, BA

Azent Overseas Education Limited

Kamal Kant

Vice President (Business Development)

Overseas Education-Advantages of studying  abroad

2

 

19th July 2019

First years B.Com., BBM.

AIESEC

Harshita Oswal

Senior Manager,

outgoing global internship

Cross cultural global internship and volunteer exchange experience

3

31stAug 2019

Final years

B.Sc.,B.Com., BBM,BA

Deloitte company team

Gargi Debnath

Enabling EngagementController Analyst

The emergence of the growth, opportunities, experiences of the BPO industry

4

16th Aug 2019

Final years

B.Com., BBM.

JMarathon

Anik Das

Business Development Executive 

Basic learning on Stock market and commodity market

5

01st Sep 2018

Final years

B.Sc.,B.Com., BBM,BA

Corteva- Cognisense media pvt.ltd

Dr.Vishwanand Pattar

HR-Manager

Re-Campus Drive

6

18th Sep 2019

Final years

B.Sc.,B.Com., BBM,BA

Genpact

Mr.Veera Reddy

VP-HR

 

General Awareness of corporate field

7

19th Sep 2019

Final years

B.Sc.,B.Com., BBM,BA

Bombay stock exchange

Mohammed Rafi  J

State coordinator

Training and placement program

8

3rd Dec 2019

Final years

B.Sc.,B.Com., BBM,BA

Woxsen  School of Business

Dr.Debdutta Chowdhary

Deputy manager

Career guidance

9

3rd Jan 2020

UG All

TCS

Abhishek doijode

HR consultant

TCS pre-placement talk

10

27th Jan 2020

Second years

B.Sc.,B.Com., BBM,BA

Reference globe

Anjaneya Swamy, Ashrith kumar

Business Development Officer

Brief insight about the Reference globe

11

3rd Feb  2020

 

Final years

B.Sc.,B.Com., BBM,BA

HDFC

RVG.Kulkarni,Tajuddin Masood

SVP-II

Awareness on Banking Career

 

 

2018-2019

This year, the placement season witnessed participation from different esteemed organizations like Dell, Deloitte, …..and new companies for this academic year like Karvy, Feuji, Indus Software, BSE,S& P , Adroit etc.offering different roles across various domains including Project Controller, USI Finance, Inside Sales Role, Associate Analyst, Technical Software Engineer, Testing Software Engineer, etc.

The Placement Cell of St.Ann’s aims at making available quality placement opportunities for the students of the college. It acts as an interface between the students of the college and various companies that come for recruitment. The placement cell maintains a constant contact with its students through its Google Contacts, Web Apps,  and also sends the students regular mails notifying them about the companies that would be visiting thereby encouraging them to apply for the recruitment procedure.

Like the previous years, this year also the cell organized several workshops for students- The seminar on Soft skills Development and Career Building was held  with ITNurtureden for all final year students. The CRT classes  were highly valuable and appropriate for most of the final year students who would be taking part in group discussions and interviews and campus drives in the near future. Other seminars were also conducted for the second year students.

Several regular as well as new companies visted the college for placements for this academic session. Companies offering regular jobs as well as paid and unpaid internships were in bountiful this year. Students have been placed through on-campus and off-campus interviews across various UG departments like- BBM, B.Com, B.Sc, B.A, PG .

Beside the regular activities BSE organized training sessions  B.Com and BBM  students on Soft Skills. Sales Skills, Core Financial and Capital Market.

The Placement Cell has given the opportunity to the students to get registered with TASK ( Telangana Academy for Skill and Knowledge) programme. Every TASK registered student will be given online account on TASK portal to check their profile, access the e- learning content, online assessment tests and get the updates with respect to recruitment events. They can also attend the TASK sponsored training programmes offered by experienced trainers to train the students in employable skills at TASK registered students. TASK  would conduct training workshops, seminars for certification programmes like Samsung, Oracle, Microsoft, etc. They are entitled to get discounts while registering for these certifications

 

 

 

Company

Total

Selected/ Short Listed

Teach for India

NIL

TCS

Nil

Tech Mahindra

58

UXReactor

12

HGS

31

BSE

111 (SL)

Wipro

01

Feuji

01

ICICI

56 (SL)

Adroit

02

ADP

08

State Street

14

Adroit

05

Global Logic – Google

18

Genpact

18

Concentrix

22

DELL

01

Sky Bridge

05

IKS

08

S & P Global

05

Indus Software

01

Unisys

13

Wipro

01

Amazon

06

Delotte

02

Karvy

01

AtoS Syntel

Nil

TCS

Nil

Quest Valley

03

  • No of students registered – 532
  • Of students appeared :-470
  • No of students short listed/placed –403 (UG+PG) - UG- 386, PG- 17  
  • 86% of the registered students were placed. only UG- 82%
  • Maximum CTC for Computer science/Computer Applications : Rs.3,87,000 offered by  S & P Global
  • Maximum CTC for Commerce : Rs.3,50,000 offered by IKS

 

Career Counselling Activities

SNO

DATE

 

Company/ Consultancy

Resource Person

Designation

Topic

1

08-08-2018

Ira Education

Ram Mohan

Manager

Campus Recruitment Training

2

09-08-2018

Hebeon Technologies

Shankar raju

Founder & CEO

Market and opportunities versus Preparation guidelines

3

16-08-2018

TIME

Raman. K.V

Senior Manager Academics

Career Options

4

20-08-2018

Woxen School of Business

Divya Rupainwar

Deputy manager(Market & Communication)

Career options in Modern Global Context

5

27-08-2018

Rise Sharp

Vasu Reddy

CEO

Experience comes in all Shapes and Sizes

6

01-09-2018

Teach for India

Aasia Sarguroh

Fellowship Recruitment Team

Fellowship Recruitment

7

04-10-2018

Formskart.com- IT HUB

Divya Rupainwar

AGM- Sales & Marketing

One day MBA

8

30-11-2018

Formskart.com- IT HUB

Divya Rupainwar

AGM- Sales & Marketing

B School GD,PI

9

11-01-2019

IDP

Praveen

Business Developer

Global Education

10

23-01-2019

La Excellence – IAS

Dr. M. Charumujundar

Professor

Why Civil Services, Importance of Civil Services, etc.

 

Report :2017-2018

This year, the placement season witnessed participation from different esteemed organizations like Dell, Deloitte, Verizon etc. ,offering different roles across various domains including Project Controller, USI Finance, Inside Sales Role, Associate Analyst, etc. Our partners in progress reinforced their immense faith on  St.Ann’s College for Women, by offering students a good profiles.

The PC Cell is headed by an experienced placement officer as is well supported by both faculty

members as well as student volunteers from all the streams. The main objective of PC Cell is to

assist   the   students   by  arranging   pre-placement   talks,   written   tests,   group   discussions,   JAM sessions, personal interviews, training for soft skills, industry visits etc. Conducted CRT classes on Quantitative Analysis, Inter Personal Skills for placement registered students by T.I.M.E faculty.

 

Deloitte-Impact day on November 24, 2017 witnessed volunteers from Deloitte enhancing students skills on communication, analytical abilities, time management, interpersonal skills, personal productivity tools and interview coaching to gear them for future.

In this academic year, our B.Com students got selected for DELL during campus placements with the highest pay pack of 6.5 LPA, and also B.Sc(Computer Science) students got selected for Verizon during campus placements with the next highest pay pack of 3.7 LPA. Some students are also got selected for Summer Internships which are offered by Miles Professional Education- Summer Internship Programme – 2017-2018. It is a virtual internship on “ digital marketing on future of finance “ .

The PC Cell has organized a 3- day workshop on C2C programme for the nominated faculty  from 27-07-2017 to 29-07-2017 by TCS company team members.

The Placement Cell has given the opportunity to the students to get registered with TASK ( Telangana Academy for Skill and Knowledge) programme. Every TASK registered student will be given online account on TASK portal to check their profile, access the e- learning content, online assessment tests and get the updates with respect to recruitment events. They can also attend the TASK sponsored training programmes offered by experienced trainers to train the students in employable skills at TASK registered students.

 

 

 

Company

Total   Selected

Deloitte

9

ADP

5

TCS

63

HGS

5

Amazon

8

Wipro

6

ICICI

50

Synchrony Financial

18

IKS

10

Genpact

9

Intone Networks

21

Dell

5

Verizon

 

GAIT

2

Total

211

  • No. of students registered – 505
  • No.of students appeared - 283
  • No of students short listed/placed - 211 +15 (off campus)
  • 80% of the registered students were placed.

Career Counseling  Activities

SNO

DATE

 

Company/ Consultancy

Resource Person

Designation

Topic

1

16-8-2017

AECC

Mr.Pavan

Business Development

Global Education

2

01-9-2017

Edukinect

Mr. Phani Kondepude

CEO

Mobile Application Development, Cloud Application Development, Big Data & Game Development

3

15-9-2017

T.I.M.E

Mr.K.V.Ramana

Senior Manager (Academics)

Career Prospects after Education

4

10-10-2017

Create U

Mr.Vamshi Krishna Reddy

Managing Director

Aptitude and Attitude in Academics

5

17-10-2017

Teach for India

Ms. Manogna

Recruiter, Fellowship Recruitment

Excellent Education for low income communities

6

24-11-2017

Deloitte

Ms.Divya

HR

Impact Day

7

10-1-2018

Bridge Skill Development Academy

Mr.Mohan

Training Officer

Airline Recruitment

8

30-1-2018

Ananya

Ms.Madhavi

Trainer

Internships

9

15-2-2018

MAK(Aviation Academy)

Ms.Khushbu

Officer

Various Courses for Airlines Recruitment

10

21-3-2018

Miles Professional Education

Mr.Kiran

Manager – Operations & Sales

Internships on “virtual internship on “ digital marketing on future of finance “

 


Report :2016-2017

St. Ann’s College for Women established a well structured Placement &Career Counseling Cell which is an integral part of the institution. The institute has complete infrastructure for effective functioning of the Placement & Career Counseling Cell. The PC Cell aims at improving the scope of the student towards becoming a corporate citizen. It prepares the students for the campus selections prospectively.  

The PC Cell is headed by an experienced placement officer as is well supported by both faculty members as well as student volunteers from all the streams. The main objective of PC Cell is to assist the students by arranging pre-placement talks, written tests, group discussions, JAM sessions, personal interviews, training for soft skills, industry visits etc.

Placements - UG

Name of the Company

No. of Students placed

Amazon (Full Time)

5

Amazon(Part Time)

14

Deloitte

09

Genpact

36

Unisys

12

Tech Mahindra

13

ADP

13

ICICI

55

Concentrix

66

HGS

4

Verizon

2

Wipro

3

TCS

17

RB Associates

35

Infosys(off campus)

01

 

  • No. of students registered – 495
  • No.of students appeared - 350
  • No of students short listed/placed - 284
  • 81 % of the registered students were placed.

 

 

Placements – PG

Course

Company Name

No.of StudentsElected

M.Sc(Chemistry)

RB Associates

3

M.Sc(Mathematics)

RB Associates

15

M.Com

RB Associates

8

M.B.A

RB Associates

4

M.B.A

HGS

1

M.B.A

Deloitte

1

M.B.A

Wells Fargo

1

M.B.A

Broadridge Financial Solutions

1

M.B.A

Cognizant

1

M.B.A

Centra Hub

1

P.G Nutrition Diploma

Dr.Reddy’s laboratories,

19

 

  • Deloitte-Impact day on November 26, 2016 witnessed volunteers from Deloitte enhancing students skills on communication, analytical abilities, time management, interpersonal skills, personal productivity tools and interview coaching to gear them for future.
  • The Placement Cell has given the opportunity to the students to get registered with TASK ( Telangana Academy for Skill and Knowledge) This year total 40 students (UG & PG) are registered with the TASK. Every TASK registered student will be given online account on TASK portal to check their profile, access the e- learning content, online assessment tests and get the updates with respect to recruitment events. They can also attend the TASK sponsored training programmes offered by experienced trainers to train the students in employable skills at TASK registered students. TASK would conduct training workshops, seminars for certification programmes like Samsung, Oracle, Microsoft, etc. They are entitled to get discounts while registering for these certifications. 
  • Mrs P.Naga Kavitha - Placement Convener participated in TASK placement officers meet on October 21st and 22nd , 2016  and also participated in TASK Principal’s meet on 09-02-2017 where the Forum had discussion on placements for non-engineering students,  newly introduced certificate courses and Pros & Cons.
  • Placement Convener Mrs P.Naga Kavitha and attended a program on 23-08-2016 conducted by IBS to discuss the interface between Industry and Educational Institutions and how to bridge the gap….?
  • Career Counseling Cell is conducted 10 activities which includes seminars, workshops and guest lectures on various topics. In this academic year , 15 students of second year from different streams ( B.Sc(Phy)- 2, B.Com- 10, B.A- 3)  have undertaken the internship, offered by HSBC company.

Seminars

S.NO

DATE

COMPANY/ Consultancy

Resource Person

Designation

Topic

1

01-07-2016

100pins.com

Mr. Netto,

Mr. Vijay

Manager

Internship Offer

2

13-07-2016

Henry Chauncey  

Mr. Nagesh Kumar

CEO

Logical Thinking

3

25-07-2016

Henry Chauncey  

Mr.Nagesh Kumar

CEO

Quantitative Analysis

4

08-09-2016

Virtuosoapps

 

Mr.Srinivas, Mr. Pavan

Manager

Full Stack Development, Digital Marketing

5

29-09-2016

Teach for India

 

Vaishnavi

Advisor

Teaching Skills

 

6

28-11-2016

Career Tech

 

Murali Krishna

Manager

Technical Skills

7

29-11-2016

VishwaVishwani

Basha

General Manager

MBA Admissions

 

8

04-02-2017

IPE

Sai Kumar

Formerly Dean

Time management

 

9

28-02-2017

Aspringminds

Veerashette

Executive/Technical Operation

Assessment (Internship)

10

01-03-2017

HSBC

Suchith

Assistant manager

Interviews(Internship)

 

 

 

 

Report:  2015-2016

The Placement & Career Counseling Cell is pleased to announce the successful completion of final placement process. The industry reinstated its faith in the institute as past recruiters along with new recruiters took part in the process this time around.

 

 

Placements-UG

Name of the Company

No. of Students placed

AMAZON(PART-TIME)

28

ICICI

92

UNISYS

38

WIPRO

25

AMAZON(FULL TIME)

5

ADP

11

HGS

06

COGNIZANT

11

CONCENTRIX-IBM

86

GENPACT

40

DELOITTE

12

   No. of Students Registered: 444

   No. of Students Placed: 354

   Overall Percentage  : 80%

Placements – PG

Course

Company Name

No.of Students Selected

M.B.A

BDL

3

M.B.A

Factset

1

M.B.A

Hitachi Consulting

3

M.B.A

Amazon

1

M.B.A

IGlogus

1

M.B.A

Genpact

1

M.B.A

HSBC

3

M.B.A

DELL

1

M.B.A

ADP

1

M.B.A

 

Sai Krishna Neuro Specialist Hospital

1

M.B.A

Thinkcell Learning Solutions

1

P.G. Nutrition Diploma

State Bank of India, etc.

11

 

The Placement & Career Counselling Cell has been organized coaching classes on Soft Skills and Quantitative Analysis to the registered students by Deloitte consultancy team members. Due to the classes held in our campus, many students were benefited. The recruiters also were impressed with the diverse views, out of the box thinking, enthusiasm and keenness shown by the students.

This year Placement Cell has given the opportunity to the students to get registered with TASK ( Telangana Academy for Skill and Knowledge) programme. Every TASK registered student will be given online account on TASK portal to check their profile, access the e- learning content, online assessment tests and get the updates with respect to recruitment events. They can also attend the TASK sponsored training programmes offered by experienced trainers to train the students in employable skills at TASK registered students. TASK  would conduct training workshops, seminars for certification programmes like Samsung, Oracle, Microsoft, etc. They are entitled to get discounts while registering for these certifications

Seminars

Date

Name

Resource person/Company

 

Class

30-06-2015

AUSTRALIAN EDUCATION EXPORT

Mr. VIKAS

 

III Year

13-07-2015

IBS

Prof. G. SRIKANTH

 

III Year

 

16-09-2015

CONDURIA

Mr. JEEVAN

III Year

 

09-11-2015

TEACH FOR INDIA

VAISHNAVI

 

III Year

 

27-11-2015

DELOITTE

DELIOTTE TEAM

 

III YEAR

 

30-11-2015

ITM

SRINIVAS

 

II & III YEAR

 

20-01-2016

MILITARY

MAHIPAL SINGH

III YEAR

 

 

Report:  2014-2015

The placement cell functions with the primary aim of placing students in eminent companies before completion of their graduation. The process begins with personality exploration, numerous counseling sessions and gradual discovery of interests and expertise. At St Ann’s we always believe in equipping our students with the right talent and personality to face the industry requirements. Our placement centers emphasizes and revolves on cresting new approaches to attract the best from the industry to our campus.



Placements-UG

Name of the Company

No. of Students placed

AMAZON(PT)

7

ADP

6

AMAZON(PT)

12

WIPRO(Tech)

23

AMAZON(FT)

13

GENPACT

52

COGNIZANT

19

COGNIZANT(TECH)

21

TECH MAHINDRA

10

IBM

50

HGS

8

WIPRO

6

CONFLUENCE

5

GE CAPITAL

14

CA TECHNOLOGIES

5

INFOSYS (off campus)

6

TCS(off campus)

25

 

  • No of students registered - 338
  • No of students placed – 251
  • % of students selected  -  74

Placements – PG

Course

Company Name

No.of Students Selected

M.B.A

Factset

1

M.B.A

BuildBazar

1

P.G.Diploma in  Nutrition

ICICI Bank, etc

10

 

 

The Career Counseling wing at St.Ann’s is tied up with various institutes to endow with career guidance and placement related program to students is communicated via official e-mail address placement_anns@yahoo.com. The Cell works in close association with reputed multinational companies to enable students realize their career dreams.

 

 

Seminars

Date

Topics

Resource person/Company

Class

1.8.14

Seminar on career options after Graduation

Prof.T.Vasundhara

IBS,ICFAI,Hyderabad

III Year Students

6.8.14

Seminar on career counseling-Overseas education

JaveriaTalha

Sr.Counselor,EDWISE,

Overseas education consultants

III & II Year

7.8.14

Training Program

Mr.Amar Singh

Learning Coordinator

9885249342                     

III Year

6.11.14

Seminar-Higher Education(MBA)

Dr.Prasada Rao

Dean & Director

GITAM University,

Hyderabad

III Year

13.11.14

 

Off campus career guidance

Nafisa Sheik

HR,JARO

Siva Sivani, Kompally& CBIT

III B.COM, BBA, Mass Media

17.11.14

Education Consultants-Help desk

Chopras

Overseas Education Consultants

III&II Year

18.11.14

Seminar-Banking Prospects

Mr.Praveen

Business Development Executive.IFBI

7207774611

III & II Year

28.11.14

Workshop-Deloitte Impact Day

Raghu ,Sameer& Team Analyst independent Compliance & Risk Deloitte, SVCS India Pvt.Ltd.

 9177617000

 

III Year

4.12.14

Seminar-Teach for India

KarthikRapaka

III Year

 

Report:  2013-2014

The College has launched the Placement and Career Counseling cell for the benefit of the students. The Cell’s primary objective is to provide the much needed life skills to students and help them to find job placements. The placement and Career Counseling Cell works in close liaison with the senior executives of reputed organizations for the development of the effective communication links with many prominent industrial andprofessional organizations

Placements-UG

Name of the Company

No. of Students placed

Intern fever

10

Amazon (FT)

4

Amazon (PT)

13

Genpact

14

Cognizant (onlycommerce)

7

Wipro BPO

12

TCS ignite (registration)

25

GE Global Services

7

Deloitte

10

ADP ltd         

12

Cognizant(tech)         

19

Wipro technologies

8

IBM

16

Voice 4 girls

14

Hinduja Solutions

29

Voxta

25

  • No of students registered       -   317
  • No of students  placed            -   225
  •  % of students selected           -  71%

 

 

Placements – PG

Course

Company Name

No.of Students Selected

M.B.A

Biz Acumen Research Pvt.Ltd

1

M.B.A

BuildBazar

2

M.B.A

Accenture Technologies

2

M.B.A

Cognizant Technologies Solution

1

M.B.A

Capital IQ

3

 

 

 

  • Provided infrastructural support for Job Mela   organized by “The Times Of India”.
  • The cell invited several distinguished personalities and eminent experts at several occasion to the campus to motivate the students, discuss issues on personality development and communication skills.

Seminars

Date

Resource Person/Company

Topics

Class

28th June 2013

Shiva Tammishetti, Cognizant

 

FDP - Program – Overview of information technology infrastructure services.

III Year

26th Sep 2013

The Chopra’s – At Taj Deccan

Global education - Interact

III Year

4th Nov 2013

Mr.Narasimha Sr. Manager,

Conduira, Hyd.

Awareness on banking careers

III Year

8th and 9th Nov 2013

Amar Singh Director of Learning Coordinates

Percentage, Time & work, Probability, Stock & Shares and Progression

III Years

29th Nov 2013

Deloitte

Communication skills, Interpersonal skills, Analytical ability, Time management, Interview coaching

 

III years

30th Nov 2013

Gitam University

Workshop on MS – EXCEL

III Year

 

6th Dec 2013

Rajeev Patel, Placement Coordinator, Jobs Academy

Orientation on Certification and Monetary Reward Scheme by N.S.D.C

III & II years

13th Dec 2013

Rajeev Patel, Placement Coordinator, Jobs Academy

2nd Orientation and registrations on Certification and Monetary Reward Scheme by N.S.D.C

III & II years

30th Jan 2014

The Chopra’s – At Taj Deccan

(ACCA) Seminar - Global education  Interact

III Year

 

 

Report:  2012-2013

The placement process at ST.ANN’S is a  focused process that begins with personality exploration, numerous counseling sessions and gradual discovery of interests and expertise. Placement process takes into account individual preferences of organizations, functions and locations before companies are invited to participate in the process. The process also includes Personality Growth laboratory, a battery of psychometric tests and frequent interaction with industry stalwarts to enable students to make informed choices.

Placements - UG

Name of the Company

No. of Students placed

Deloitte

16

Amazon (PT)

9

Amazon (FT)

13

Genpact

29

Wipro BPO

16

GE Global Services

26

ADP ltd         

21

Cognizant(tech)

19

Wipro technologies

14

IBM

16

Hinduja Solutions

29

Tech Mahindra

24

HSBC

28

   No. of students registered-   333

   No. of students placed-         260

   % of students selected  -79

Career counseling organized by placement cell has helped students in the  process of  selecting a course of study that may help them to get into job or make them employable. In this regard  careercounselors  were identified to  help candidates to get into a career that is suited to their aptitude, personality interest and skills.

 

Seminars

Date

activity

Resource person  

 

Aug  11th .

Seminar on career counselling

“III Year-(Allen Christopher from GLOBAL OPPURTUNITIES)

Sept 11th

Workshop on aptitude development and problem solving approach

(IrfanShahid –MANYA EDUCATION PVT  LTD)

Oct 6th

Workshop on Group discussion –basics

(Prof Zia society for T and D  Professionals.

Nov 10th

Entrance Training Programme For Bank PO’s

II Year- Mr Srikanth

9948249995

 Nov 20th

Workshop on resume writing

III Year-(Mr Amarsingh –learning co-ordinate PVT  ltd)

Nov 23rd

Seminar On Interpersonal Skills-Time Management And Resume Writing

III Year-(Falgunikumar Deloitte Team)


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