About Placement Orientation and Training Program
Centre for Employability and Corporate Relations plays a major role in shaping up the career goals of students. It is the dream of every student to get placed in top organizations visiting the campus for final placements. Keeping this key aspect into consideration, it is realized that building competencies is pivotal for the young talents to enhance their employability skills and achieve a good career path.
Along with technical expertise, development of a holistic personality is also necessary. To meet these requirements, The Centre for Employability and Corporate Relations of our College kick starts the first level of POTP event in July, every year to help the students to make a better decision about their career.
The prime objectives of POTP event:
The CECR organized Career Orientation and Training Program (CECR) for all UG & PG students to enhance the competency level and build employability skills to prepare the students for the internship and the upcoming placement processes. POTP was conducted from 16.09.2020 to 04.10.2020 and 1050 students from UG and 528 students from PG actively participated and benefited from the program.
“It was such a great and extremely helpful day. I really enjoyed it and learnt so much from it, many thanks to the amazing staff and volunteers who helped to put a fantastic day together for all. Thank you, Thank you, Thank you. :)”
The Centre for Employability and Corporate Relations of Kristu Jayanti College organised Placement Orientation & Training program (POTP) for all UG and PG students from 15.06.2019 to 01.08.2020. 1238 students from undergraduate and 389 students from post graduate benefited through the programme. It is realized that building competencies are pivotal for the young talents to enhance their employability skills and achieve a good career path. Along with subject expertise, development of a holistic personality is also necessary. The CECR team efficiently organized the sessions to address the concerns of the students.
“The orientation as a whole was very valuable in information and giving an insight into expectations of our career building”
The increasing number of students joined during this academic year is the evidence of the students' performances and valuable guidance received from the CECR. The 1370 - UG & 593 - PG from respective courses attended the POTP from 02.07.2018 - 13.08.2018. The CECR team efficiently organized the sessions to address the concerns of the students.
“Sir, the session was beneficial for us to understand the entire procedure of the campus selection and appropriately prepare us to attend interviews. Thank you for such a knowledgeable session.“
The CECR 2017 - 2018 commenced its POTP with a dynamic session by Prof. Sen B Mathews, Director – CECR. He shared insights of the career orientation and employment process of the big four companies. The programs took place between 30-06-2017 and 24-07-2017. The beneficiaries UG 1057 & PG 548 – appreciated the initiative.
“ Thank you sir for such a rich session in the areas of career selection path and campus hiring. We are really happy to be a part of it.”
The academic year of 2016 – 17 started with placement orientation and training program sessions from CECR to assist students for campus placements. The sessions were initiated from 28.06.2016 to 17.07.2016 which enlightened the students about the best practices and briefed them regarding the recruitment process. The number of students participated from UG & PG were 892 & 233 respectively.
“The presentation gave us an in-depth knowledge about the requirements useful for preparing ourselves for campus hiring. Heartfelt gratitude for your support and encouragement sir.”
The CECR Office of Kristu Jayanti College, Bengaluru began its POTP for the Post Graduate and Undergraduate students on 12th August, 2015. Prof. Sen B Mathews, Director – CECR addressed the student fraternity for a period of one month by creating awareness about Career Planning, Mapping and also briefed the Placement Process and initiatives. 216 students from Post-Graduation and 862 from Under Graduation stream benefited out of the training program.
“An orientation of this kind in the beginning of the academic year is highly beneficial and this has helped us in bridging the transition from Campus to Corporate. It also helps us to prepare ourselves to be competent and be career ready,”