Placements Stats for All Degrees
National Law University provides placement assistance to all its students. The dedicated placement cell regularly conducts grooming sessions of the students in areas like soft skills, interview facing skills, behavioral skills hereby making them industry-fit. In the recent years the college has witnessed some well known recruitment companies walking-in and being invited for campus placements.
The Recruitment Co-ordination Committee (“RCC”) has formed the rules as stated below to facilitate the process to ensure optimal flexibility to Recruiters/prospective Recruiters. The recruitment process can be seen as a step-by-step process.
Step 1: Pre-placement Talks
Recruiters are encouraged to conduct Pre Placement Talks (PPT) to interested students in the University giving important information such as the profile of the organization, career prospects, compensation packages, et al. These PPTs can be conducted at any time before the Pre Interview Screening.
Step 2: Pre-Interview Screening Process
Recruiters can conduct a Pre Interview Screening Process including group discussions any time before the interview day. Recruiters are free to determine their own policy for the Screening Process to shortlist students. In case the Recruiter has no particular method of Pre Interview Screening, the Curricula Vitae of all interested students shall be forwarded to the Recruiter
Step 3: Final Interview
The Recruiter shall formulate a Final interview list subsequent to the completion of the Pre-Interview Screening Process and the same shall be communicated to the RCC at least 48 (forty eight) hours prior to the interview alongwith a Waitlist of students. In case any Applicant who is selected in the Final Interview List is not available for the interview then the Recruiter can interview the Waitlist Candidates instead, if the Recruiter considers this appropriate. In case the Recruiter has no procedure for Pre Interview Screening, the list of interested students shall automatically become the Final Interview List. All interviews being conducted in the same day may be coAll results will be declared simultaneously by the RCC at the end of the day to ensure that no Recruiter is prejudiced. The Recruiters will be required to disclose the results of their Final Interviews and any Offer made to Applicant(s) only through the RCC which will be communicated in a sealed envelope. The Recruiters are requested to disclose a Waitlist along with the final offers. In the event of overlapping offers, the waitlisted candidates will become eligible for final offer from the Recruiter, if the Recruiter considers this appropriate. Every offer made by the Recruiter will be communicated solely by the RCC to the Applicant to whom such offer was made. The RCC will revert to the Recruiter within 24 hours of receiving the sealed envelope containing the Merit List and the Offer waitlist. At no point in time will there be any communication between the Recruiter and the Applicant(s) in relation to the Offer.nducted in different time slots.
Step 4: Disclosure of Offers
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