November 19, 2017

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Training & Placement

The purpose of the Training and Placement is to guide students to choose right career and to give knowledge, skill, and aptitude and meet the manpower requirements of the Industry.

The Training and Placement Function at RIT is facilitated by Central Training and Placement Officer as head and the Departmental Training and Placement Officers as coordinators.

The following are to aim to accomplish tasks in every academic year:

To assist students to develop/clarify their academic and career interests, and their short and long-term goals through individual counseling and group sessions
Maintaining and regularly updating the database of students. Maintaining database of companies and establishing strategic links for campus recruitments.
Gathering information about job fairs and all relevant recruitment advertisements.
Coordinating with companies to learn about their requirements and recruitment procedures
Identifying the needs and expectations of the companies to assist them in recruiting most suitable candidates.
Organizing pre-placement training/workshops/seminars for students.
Arranging periodic meetings with Human Resources Department of companies and TPO’s to promote our institute.
Collecting feedback from employers where our students are selected.
To assist students for industrial training at the end of the fourth and sixth semester.
To assist employers to achieve their hiring goals.
To provide resources and activities to facilitate the career planning process.
To act as a link between students, alumni, and the employment community.
To assist students in obtaining placement in reputed companies.
Career Guidance:
1) Highlighting articles on departmental notice boards regarding Competitive & Industrial Career Opportunities.

2) Inform students about the available job opportunities in government sectors and off campus drives.

3)Giving Motivational Talks.

4) Conducting Psychometric Test.

5)Conducting Expectation Management Workshops.

Training& Development:
Keeping in view the industry requirements, the training curriculum is designed for preparing the students as entry-level Graduate Engineer Trainees.

Personality Development
Communication Skills & Vocabulary
Resume Preparation& Email Writing
Group Discussion
Interview Skills
Aptitude Training & Practice Tests
Foreign Languages such as Japanese & German
Placement:
The industry is always on the lookout for students who are vibrant, energetic individuals and ready to accept challenges, attentive, a good academic background, fast learners, open to learning even at work and more importantly, good communication skills.

This activity focuses on the personality development to make the students reliable, with a positive attitude and right decision making.

Guiding for preparation.
Arranging mock Interviews.
Communicating with Alumni for available openings.
Communicating with industry for campus interviews.
Arranging/Conducting campus recruitment drive as well as off campus drives.