Every student comes with an aspiration for a flying career. The training and placement division work to support the student’s aspirations with an aim to guide them to start building a career and not just an employment.
Career Planning is a complex process and when multiple opportunities are in front of the final year students, it’s become difficult for them to identify the best suited opportunity. The Training & Placement Division understand this and conducts various programmes and support services to meet the needs of students towards their professional development. The division works with the students and for the students in their career planning process.
The placement division acts as a bridge among the students, academic departments and industries. We start with conducting career guidance and counseling sessions with industry experts so that students could understand and define their career aspirations. This would help us to understand their career needs and to connect them for the required training & up-skilling sessions.
Today, there is no scarcity for knowledge-centers but choosing the right place to up-skill is the key to succeed and we ensure that we connects the students with best resource centers in the market. We train the students from their II year onwards with Soft Skill & English Communications in the 3rd and 4th semester respectively. In the III year, students are trained in Aptitude skills. These skill sets are compulsory for students who aspire to qualify for campus placements, competitive exams and much more. Our in-house faculty will handle these training programmes with diligent.
We connect the students with multiple resources for them to perceive, possess, prepare, practice, perform and prosper.
Many say knowledge is power, but it is equally true that applied knowledge is the real power. We encourage students to take up internships, industry certifications, to take-up career assessments, to participate in hackathons, tech. contests and other skill development activities. Students also have access to learn foreign languages as open electives. These add-ons would increase their knowledge and skill-set; which would fetch the best opportunities for them to start their career.
Preparation + Opportunity = Success. Our motto is to guide the students to prepare for their career and to support them with opportunities. If the students are prepared, they can easily grab the opportunity and shine.
Activities of the Placement Division
Developing the communication skills (both verbal & non–verbal)
Imparting the self development through programmes and sessions
Organising career guidance & counseling sessions
Organizing Aptitude classes and Assessments
Conducting GDs and Mock interviews
Networking with Corporates & HR teams
Assisting industrial visits, internships & trainings
Executing Campus Hiring & placements
Connecting students for GATE, GRE, GMAT, TOEFL, IELTS and other exam preparations
Organising self development sessions
A Sanskrit Subhashitas talks about the purpose of Vidya – correct knowledge & Skill
|अन्नदानं परं दानं विद्यादानमतः परम् ।
अन्नेन क्षणिका तृप्ति र्यावज्जीवं च विद्यया ॥
annadānaṃ paraṃ dānaṃ vidyādānamataḥ param ।
| In this beautiful Subhashita, the poet writes about the difference between food and knowledge.
Even the provided food is of great importance, but the knowledge that we acquire is even more important.
While the food lasts for a few moments until we are hungry again, the skill or knowledge that we acquire takes the responsibility of taking care of us for the entire life.
The knowledge lets us earn the bread and butter for ourselves by taking care of us throughout.
|विद्या ददाति विनयं विनयाद् याति पात्रताम्।
पात्रत्वात् धनमाप्नोति धनात् धर्मं ततः सुखम्॥
Vidyā dadāti vinayam,
Vidya is knowledge or skill.
That knowledge leads to humbleness,
humbleness attains worthiness,
from that comes wealth and
from wealth (we start doing) dharmic activities – good deeds,
from that (we are in the constant process of experiencing) joy.
|न चोर हार्यं न च राज हार्यं
न भ्रातृ भाज्यं न च भारकारि।
व्यये कृते वर्धत एव नित्यं
विद्याधनं सर्वधन प्रधानम्॥
na chaura hāryaṃ na cha rājahāryaṃ
The poet talks about the unique characteristics of the acquired knowledge.
The acquired knowledge