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The Corporate Relationship Program (CRP) has always been an intrinsic part of Globsyn Business School (GBS) and seeks to construct alliances that resonate with the industry, the business school and the student community. Through unrelenting efforts at the macro and micro levels, the CRP team has been successful in providing meaningful, lucrative, career-defining jobs to 2700+ GBS students over the years which have come about through the 323+ relationships built with corporate entities who continue to find merit in hiring GBS students.
Campus Placements at GBS has been very encouraging with the number of brands approaching the campus being 44% higher in 2015 than last year. Apart from regular recruiters, there were new brands seen on campus offering attractive profiles and packages to the graduating batch. A total of 141 offers were made on campus by top recruiters like Glaxo Smithkline, PriceWaterhouseCoopers (PwC India), KPMG, Vodafone, Asian Paints, ICRA, Manpower Group, HCL, TATA Teleservices, Berger Paints.
The other recruiters were from across the sectors including Pantaloons, TCS, Amazon, Johnson & Johnson, Axis Bank, HDFC Bank, Info-edge, Step2Strategy, Future Group among others.
Management education being an academic programme geared towards making individuals employable in corporate positions across the industry, most b-schools prioritize the issue of Campus Placements for its students. What makes GBS different from other management institutions is the perspective from which Placement for a student is looked at. For GBS considers Placement not to be an event that occurs once at the end of a student's two-year stint, but a process of continuous interactions between the b-school and the industry culminating in recruitment. At GBS, these interfaces with the industry are enabled and executed through the Corporate Relationship Program.
The CRP engages with the industry through three discrete channels:
Globsyn Business School Corporate Engagement Model
Through 'Corporate Connect', CRP engages veterans of the industry in various domains to develop and design class-room deliverable content that familiarizes students with work-place skills required to chart out careers in the sector of their choice. Interactions with industry-experts reinforces through practical demonstrations the theoretical learning delivered in the conventional mode by academia. The 'Corporate Connect' Program thus becomes a concretization of Globsyn's philosophy of 'EduSkills' - an amalgamation of education and skills.
By developing on the concept of 'EduSkills' further, Globsyn has given shape to the 'Campus to Corporate' program, whereby, through a formal framework of structured interaction with a specific organization, GBS students go through the professionally enriching experience of internship with that company, provided they are able to clear the rigorous assessment at the end of the module. In the recent past, GBS students were provided with this opportunity to gain workplace learning at Vodafone and PriceWaterhouse Cooper through the 'Campus to Corporate' program.
The 'Management Apprenticeship Programme' (MAP), provides GBS students with a chance to work with renowned companies as an apprentice for a year which is preceded by a year-long management coursework designed and delivered by the experts from the company together with academicians. MAP is a unique programme in that the industry collaborates with academia to shape management students as individuals who are industry-ready by the time they graduate.
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