Campus recruitment refers to the process whereby employers undertake an organized program of attracting and hiring students who are about to pass from colleges. The objective of campus placement is to identify the talented and qualified students before they complete their education.
Normally, the campus placement season begins at the final semester.
Eligibility criteria may vary as per the company requirement.
Once a recruiter's campus plan is confirmed, all final year students will receive notice from the Placement Cell with the detailed Job description (Eligibility/company and job profile/Work Location /Salary Package/mandatory requirement)and student will register for that.
One offer is allowed for a student to provide an opportunity for pursue a career related to his/her discipline.
a. Consists of Verbal Reasoning, Logical Reasoning and Numerical
/ Analytical sections.
b. Duration of the test varies from Company to Company.
c. Every company has minimum cut-off marks. (Section-wise and Overall)
d. Some companies may have negative marking also.
e. Those who clear the Aptitude test will go to the next round of the selection process.
a. GD stands for Group Discussion. GD is conducted to evaluate
the students on the basis of knowledge on current affairs,
communication skills, leadership qualities and group behavior.
b. Those who clear the GD will go to the next round of the selection process.
HR interviews are conducted to assess Attitude, Communication, Confidence level, Flexibility and Fitment of the candidate into the respective company culture
a. It is to assess technical knowledge of the students based on
their core area of study.
b. In case a student has done any certification course, knowledge in that area will also be evaluated.
Results will be declared on the same day by most of the companies, but few companies might announce the results later.
a. College identity card.
b. Three sets of updated Resume, Photocopies of mark sheets and other certification if any.
c. 2 recent passport size photographs.