The Centre for Employability & Corporate Relations started the Placement season, Gate 2017, with a fortnight long "Placement Orientation Program" for all Graduates & Post Graduates from the final year class of 2017. The training sessions were handled by the Talent Transformation Team from the CECR.
The Centre for Employability and Corporate Relations (CECR) has a process and set guidelines to make students more serious about the Final Placement Initiatives. Every student looking for final placements has to submit a Need Analysis Questionnaire, a copy of their profile and should compulsorily appear & clear the Aptitude Test paper of CECR to make them eligible for Final Placements.
The Centre for Employability and Corporate Relations (CECR) helps students in career planning through career counseling wherein they gather information about themselves in terms of their interests, aptitudes and abilities so that they can choose their careers more effectively. The Centre allows individuals to explore the world of employment and helps them to move from a general occupation direction to a specific one.
Through the Career Plan form, CECR will know the exact headcount looking for final placements, going for higher studies (India & Abroad) and planning to become entrepreneurs. The Career Plan exercise will be followed by separate training programs for students opting for Final Placements, higher studies and planning to start up their own business.
The selection process by the company usually starts with a pre-placement talk in which the organization gives the students insight into the company profile, job profile, CTC etc. followed by the actual selection process of written test/group discussion/interview etc.
Kristu Jayanti College
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Training & Placement Activites
School of Business believes in transforming young talents who can match the requirements of the recruiters. The various Placement initiatives undertaken are described below.
Summer Internship Program
The summer internship program of 6 weeks is carried out by the MBA students at the end of Second Semester. Every year SIP starts in the month of July. The student learns about the Industry, Company, and Competitors and does a SWOT analysis. This aims to widen the student's perspective by providing an exposure to real life organizations and environmental situations. The recruiters can contact the Talent Transformation Team, Centre for Employment and Corporate Relations during the month of January to finalize the date for SIP Placements.
The Final Project
As a compulsory part of curriculum, MBA students can do final project with an organization or they can do a dissertation. Recruiters can contact the CECR in the month of January for the selection process.
Campus Recruitment Program
The campus recruitment season starts during the month of October. Recruiters can send the Placement Response Form to CECR for finalizing the dates for Final Placements. Every year companies from diverse sectors visit the Business School for Campus Hiring. Over the years, the institute has consistently maintained a hundred percent recruitment record with students exceeding expectations of recruiters.
Contact Details of Kristu Jayanti College, Bangalore
Address:K. Narayanapura, Kothanur (Post) Bangalore - 560077, Karnataka, India