Bapuji Institute of Engineering and Technology (BIET) Davangere Placements

Davangere (Karnataka)   Estd : 1979 Approved by : NBA Type : Private

Placements Stats for All Degrees

315
Students Placed
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About Placement

BIET has been in the forefront of activities bringing both corporate and companies close to the campus and encouraging them to establish facilities to cater to the needs of both students and faculty. 

The Training & Placement Cell in the institute plays a pivotal role in counseling and guiding the students for their successful career placement which is a crucial interface between the stages of completion of academic program of the students and their entry into suitable employment. 

The Training and placement cell enhances the employability of the student by conducting specialized training in mathematical ability, aptitude skills, analytical skills, language skills, technical skills in addition to, on line placement mock tests. The recruitment training is conducted by professionals from in house resources as well as professional trainers from the corporate world. The training sessions are scheduled during the semester breaks in addition to crash courses during the start of campus placement season. The Placement and Training Centre is supported with infrastructure such as 300 seat seminar hall with modern electronic teaching aids like LCD projector, internet service, computer support etc. 

Placement Procedure

Eligibility :

  • General eligibility criterion for most companies is 60% aggregate, i.e., your average percentage score in all semesters. However, some companies like Microsoft demand a 70% aggregate. So it is advisable to score at least above 60% right from the first semester and above 70% if you have great ambitions. 
  • Another important criterion is that you should have no back logs, although a few companies may allow up to two. A handful of companies do not tolerate any back logs at all. So in short, avoid Back Logs. 


» The Process :

Campus placements are provided in almost all engineering colleges of Karnataka. However, the percentage of students placed and the number of companies offering jobs may vary from college to college. Generally, in all colleges, the average offer is around 3.3 lakh/annum for most IT companies. 

Below is the whole placement procedure in general for all colleges.The four main sections of a placement: 

  • Introduction of the company.
  • Aptitude test.
  • Group Discussion (applicable for a few companies).
  • Interview (Technical + HR). 

Introduction

Not all companies take a GD, for e.g. there is no GD for TCS. However, you will find that many of the companies with high packages take a GD. GD is usually between 6 to 8 candidates.

There will be a panel of 3 or so 'experts' monitoring you throughout and the duration is usually 20 min. They give you marks on the basis of your content and conduct. Content is the single most important factor in a GD. Conduct, though secondary to content, is also a vital parameter to judge you.

You may be given any topic for GD (political, social, marketing-related) and you will be given around 5 min to prepare your points. Most probably they will shortlist 2 candidates from a group of 8. So make sure you make enough points during the discussion because there is no chance of you getting selected if you keep quiet.
E.g. Jindal(JSW Steels) and Triveni Turbines take a GD after the aptitude test.

Aptitude Test

Aptitude tests consist of basic problems in quantitative ability, logical reasoning and verbal ability. Google the past aptitude test question papers of the respective company, and solve those for practice. Generally, it is seen that the questions do tend to repeat. The website ”freshersworld.com” is quite handy as it has past papers of almost all companies.

Books by RS Agrawal are good for preparation but it is not necessary to solve the entire book. Generally, these tests are easy and just require logic to crack them.

E.g. L&T have a simple aptitude test but the cutoff is high because they want only few students.

Note: Some companies may have cut-offs in all sections, while some may have negative marking. So inquire beforehand about the format of the test so you can use the best strategy.

Group Discussion

Not all companies take a GD, for e.g. there is no GD for TCS. However, you will find that many of the companies with high packages take a GD. GD is usually between 6 to 8 candidates.

There will be a panel of 3 or so 'experts' monitoring you throughout and the duration is usually 20 min. They give you marks on the basis of your content and conduct. Content is the single most important factor in a GD. Conduct, though secondary to content, is also a vital parameter to judge you.

You may be given any topic for GD (political, social, marketing-related) and you will be given around 5 min to prepare your points. Most probably they will shortlist 2 candidates from a group of 8. So make sure you make enough points during the discussion because there is no chance of you getting selected if you keep quiet.
E.g. Jindal(JSW Steels) and Triveni Turbines take a GD after the aptitude test.

Interview
Technical Interview:

  • Some companies ask what your strong subjects are beforehand, while some might ask about anything under the sun. Nevertheless, the best strategy would be to prepare two subjects thoroughly and tell the interviewer that those are your area of interests if you find that you have no clue about what he is asking. 
  • Most of the companies would be IT related so brush up on the computer languages. Generally they ask only basic questions so revise C++ and JAVA. Also microcontrollers are a favorite topic of the interviewers. 


Note: Some companies like Amdocs may ask you to execute a program in some language. Microsoft has a written technical test.

Personal Interview:

  • The typical questions asked in this interview are: 
  •  Tell me something about yourself. 
  •  Why do you want to join this company? 
  •  Are you willing to work in any office of the company across the country? (Answer should always be yes if you want the job). 
  • What are your strengths and weaknesses? 

 Why should we select you? 

All the questions would invariably fall in one of the above type. 

Note: While stating your weaknesses, you should mention how you are overcoming it.

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Training & Placement Activites

Training Procedure:

Orientation programme for First Semester students 

Feel Employable –Personality Development Programme for Pre- final year students 

   • A comprehensive training programme on Aptitude Related Placement Assessments is conducted for pre-final B.E students and  pre-final MCA students every year by Prof. Tharappan, Director, AIM INSIGHTS, Mangalore.

   • The programme mainly focuses on solving general and technical aptitude tests based on company's requirement. 

Campus Placement Aptitude Cracker. 

  • Conducting Mock/Simulated exercises on continuous basis for Pre-final students in Aptitude, Technical Skills and HR interviews       and TCS Specific Aptitude Cracker by FACE, Coimbatore. 

Contact Details of Bapuji Institute of Engineering and Technology, Davangere

  • Contact No:
    08192221461
  • Email ID:
    webmaster@bietdvg.edu
  • Website:
    http://www.bietdvg.edu/
  • Address:
    Bapuji Institute Of Engineering & Technology P.O.Box No. 325, Shamanur Road, Davangere, Karnataka