Training and Placement

Training Activities

Training Activities

Overview of Placement Training Activities:

During the reporting period, the placement cell organized a series of training programs designed to equip students with essential skills and knowledge required for the job market. These activities included workshops, seminars, mock interviews, and guest lectures conducted by in-house faculty members and industry experts.

Curriculum and Topics Covered:

The placement training curriculum covered a wide range of topics, including:

  • Self-Introduction – practical & training
  • Communication and Interactive skills
  • The art of survival in the workplace
  • Group Discussion – 1
  • Overview of Entrepreneurship, Start-up and Core company details and recruitment
  • Group Discussion – 2
  • Resume and CV preparation
  • Personality Development
  • Mock Interview – 1
  • Mock Interview – 2

Training Methods and Strategies:

Various training methods were employed to cater to diverse learning styles among students. These included interactive sessions, role-playing exercises, case studies, and hands-on practical training. Additionally, online modules and self-paced learning materials were made available to facilitate continuous learning beyond classroom sessions.

Participation and Engagement:

The participation rate in placement training activities was encouraging, with a high level of engagement observed among students. Interactive sessions and group activities encouraged active participation and fostered a collaborative learning environment.

Industry Collaborations and Partnerships:

The college established strategic partnerships with leading companies and industry associations to enrich the placement training programs. Industry professionals were invited to conduct specialized workshops and share insights into current industry trends and expectations, bridging the gap between academia and industry.