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Placement

There is a structured mechanism for Career  Guidance  and  Placement of Students. The College Placement Cell identifies job opportunities via mail, WhatsApp, and social media, and communicates them to students. In addition, Departments invite experts from industry to provide career guidance. Soft skills training programmes for students are conducted to prepare them for interviews; these include guidance on group discussions, and writing résumés.
Our Students are placed at reputable National and International companies such as TCS, L&T, Datamatics, ICICI Prudential, Wipro, Tech Mahindra, Bajaj Capital, MotilalOswal, Cap Gemini, Accenture,INFOSYS, Nokia, iGate, Sutherland Global Services, and Morgan Stanley.

 

 The College Career Guidance and Placement Cell conducted a number of activities for Students in 2018-19. 

The following is a brief report:

  • A Lecture and Interactive Session on “Urban Governance”: A Lecture and Interactive Session on “Urban Governance” was organized on July 18, 2018, in association with PRAJA, a Mumbai-based non-partisan voluntary organisation that works towards accountable governance.

The main goal of PRAJA is to elicit participation from the people in the government’s decision-making processes so that accountability can be established in the system. With this view, they offer a fellowship programme to students, who, if selected, get paid Rs. 10,000/- per month. Students had a number of questions, which were patiently answered by the associates from PRAJA.

Ms. Disha Sawant was selected as a fellow under this programme and was offered a stipend of Rs. 10,000/- per month.

  • Lectures focusing on Career Guidance for Arts and Commerce Students:

  1. MBA: On January 14, 2019, in association with the Department of English, a lecture on “MBA as a Career Option” was organised. The speaker was Prof. Niteesh Srivastava from ITM Group of Institutions. More than 80 students from across the faculties attended the lecture and participated in the interactive session that followed.

  2. LAW: On January 14, 2019, in association with the Department of Economics a lecture on “LAW as a Career Option” was organised. The speaker was Prof. Pramila Dhiman from KES Law College. More than 80 students from across the faculties attended the lecture and participated in the interactive session that followed.

  3. STOCK MARKET: On January 21, 2019, in association with the Department of Accountancy, a lecture on “Stock Market” was organised. The resource person was Mr. Kalpesh Kanase from ICOFP – A Bajaj Capital Group Company. More than 100 students benefited from it.

  • Lectures focusing on Soft Skills

  1. A workshop on “Use of Computers in Day-to-day Life” was organised in association with the College ICT Committee on February 13, 2019. This workshop was conducted by experts from Microsoft Corporation under their initiative “Computer se Karo, Computer se Badho”. Students were also given information about a number of free courses and self-learning videos by Microsoft, that would help them use MS Office effectively. More than 100 Students participated in this workshop.

An interactive session on “CV Writing and Interview Etiquette” for TYBSc Students was organized on February 15, 2019. Prof. Ulhas Karkhanis, Associate Dean, IES Management College & Research Centre was the speaker at the session, which was attended by 60 Students.

Various notices regarding internships, and articleships were displayed on the Placement Cell noticeboard.

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