The Training and Placement Cell is headed by Mr.K.Inthiyaz who is having more than 10 years of experience as Recruitment HR in MNC companies. Has strong communications and interpersonal skills, specialized in full Recruitment life Cycle. Extend a very cordial Invitation to all the Potential Employees to kindly visit the college for getting acquaintance support base available in the College and also for Campus recruitment.
The Training and Placement Cell of the College was inaugurated by Dr. P. Ramesh Kumar - Our college former Principal, and our Dean Prof. P. Kannaiah, Ph.D. The Cell, thus brought into being, started its activities under the charge of Assistant Professor & Training and Placement officer: K. Inthiyaz
The Training and Placement Cell in the college arranges vivid programs which includes students’ campus selection, personality development programs, training for interviews and competitive examinations, industrial training for students, assistance for higher studies in India and abroad, and other career development systems.
The principal objective of the Cell is to enhance the professionalism and employability of the students of the college so as to facilitate the achievement of their career goals. This entails the following:
The Training and Placement Cell of the college operates with an active involvement and support of all the staff members and students of the college.
The Cell holds periodical meetings to chalk out programs guide their implementation and assess their progress and effectiveness.
Lack of soft skills among the job aspirants from various places, is pointed out every time. The Cell, therefore, organizes training programs for developing and improving communication skills of the students.
The feed-back from the students on these programs is effusive and showed them to be very effective.
Training institutions such as NIIT, TIME, Escube Technologies, etc., conducted seminars in the college to inform the students on the training courses they offer in specialist technical fields.
The yeoman-job, being done by the Language Laboratory of the college in improving the language skills of the students, is highly appreciated by all.
The Placement Cell members visited different firms at Bangalore, Hyderabad, Chennai etc., and held discussions with various firms in the software development, electronic hardware manufacture and engineering fields. Many of them much interest in providing industrial training to and placement of the students of the college.
These discussions were followed up and as a result, a number of firms visited the college and held recruitment of the students of the college and the students were called to other colleges where the firms were holding recruitment. The college hosted the placement program of M/S IBS and NEST for all the near-by engineering colleges.
A group of highly efficient and dedicated pre-final year students under the leadership of a student placement co-coordinator organized the campus recruitment program of the companies at the college, which was very much appreciated by the companies and the participants.
The Student Council of the college took the initiative to form a Group Discussion Club for the students to develop the confidence and skill to tackle group discussions successfully. The club organizes group discussions on a different topical subject every week. Its activities are found to benefit a good section of the students
An Entrepreneurship Club is being formed at the college under the Technology Business Incubator Scheme of JKC, Aspiring Minds, Gems This club is expected to enable industry-institution interaction and nurture potential faculty/student entrepreneurs.
While it has been a year filled with activities and satisfactory results for the Training and Placement Cell, it goes without saying that much more has to be aimed at. Raising the level of information support for the students, wider exposure to the industry, enthusing more students to take the relevant training courses and inculcating the spirit of entrepreneurship in the campus community are the areas needing further intensity.