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Campus Recruitment Training

1. Quantitative Aptitude & Logical Reasoning

Quantitative aptitude is an inseparable and an integral part of aptitude exams in India. It tests the quantitative skills along with logical and analytical skills. One can test their own number handling techniques and problem solving skills by solving these questions.  This is the first round to clear for any job these days to go ahead with the other rounds of interview.


2. Verbal Ability, Vocabulary & Functional English

Verbal Ability is defined as the capability of a person in expressing ideas using words in a clearly understandable manner. It is a very important component of competitive examinations and other jobs as well.  For students who want to get good scores in Verbal Ability, a good vocabulary and sentence-forming skills are vital.  Vocabulary is all about words, the words in a language or a special set of words you are trying to learn.  These are the important skills for interviews.

3. Life Skills – Universal Human Values

The present day world is fully equipped with informatics, science, technologies, computer dominances and mechanical. For the explosion of knowledge the human beings are forced to work as mechanism dealing with materials. Hence a wider gap is maintaining among the human beings in the society between their life and their satisfaction. Therefore it is happened only because of value less work on the life and value erosion among them. Education alone cannot make them to live with peace, harmonious and satisfactory in real life situations. Therefore the value education is the only source to provide all those in the human lives and to make them into better and better humane. There is an universal acceptance of the fact that the primary function of education is the development of an all round and well balanced personality of the student. Education is an attempt on the part of adult members of the human society to shape the development of the coming generations in accordance with its own ideals of life. Values that relate to the conservation of human life certainly belong in the educative process. For successful social living, children should be taught that traditional social institutions such as the family and school have a valuable place in our culture. The family provides sheltering influences for the long period of childhood and a setting for the transmission of cultural inheritance. At the outset, the need for value oriented education requires clarification. Hence this topic of “Value Education for enhancing life skills” has been included along with academics in our CRT syllabus.

4. Interview Skills & Personality Development

An interview is a goal-driven transaction characterized by questions and answers between two strangers.  This is usually a dyadic transaction, Interviews share many characteristics with different types of communication.  Personality interview questions allow candidates to demonstrate their suitability for a company’s culture. After learning about your hard skills and qualifications, a hiring manager may want to determine what soft skills you have and how your personality can contribute to the job’s responsibilities.  Interviewers may ask personality questions to understand a candidate’s work habits, collaboration strategies and interests outside of work. You can use these questions to discuss  about you to build a strong impression and showcase what makes you a uniquely qualified candidate.

5. Needed Psychological Counseling

The counselling psychologists are trained professionals whose primary focus is to help and guide students who are experiencing mild personal, emotional, and social problems. According to UGC norms, a large number of clinical and counselling psychologists are employed in educational and vocational institution which is mandatory.  In many cases, they work in close with the students in counselling them with severe emotional disturbances and guiding them in Education, Absenteeism, Career, Life, Mental Health, Food & Sleep Disorder, Substance Abuse like drugs, smoking and drinking etc, Anger Management with self & others, Family Issues like parents health, Finance, Personal Issues like love, Infatuation, Addictions like Gadgets, Alcohol, and Porn etc. Depression with Insomnia, Exam Fear, Anxiety, Phobia, Family Grief & Loss issues, Sexual Abuse, Suicidal issues along with Discipline etc.  While psychiatrists treat patients with medicines directly, however counselling psychologists at our colleges use a variety of cognitive and behavioural management techniques to help students for achieving personal effectiveness without medication.

6. Placement Drive

Our Placement Cell plays a crucial role in locating job opportunities for Under Graduates and Post Graduates passing out from the college by keeping in touch with reputed firms and industrial establishments. This cell operates round the year to facilitate contacts between companies and graduates.  Campus placement is also known as campus recruitment, this will happen when companies come to our college campus, conduct interviews, and hire candidates to work in their companies. Getting the best companies for the placement drive is the main job of our college. Our Placements Officer helps students identify employment options that match their career interests. We assist students in all aspects of the job search including resume writing, along with all the necessary interview techniques and job referrals. Also we schedule and follow up on student interviews with prospective employers.

7. Technical Training

Technical training is all about the job, obtaining the necessary skills to do a job, adding new tools to enhance the job.  Sometimes technical training is developed for new software or processes to increase efficiency.  Technical skills are the abilities and knowledge needed to perform specific tasks. They are practical, and often relate to mechanical, information technology, mathematical, or scientific tasks. Some examples include coding, knowledge of programming languages, design programs, mechanical equipment, or tools.