Pre – Placement Activities
The pre placement activities of college includes -:
- Preparation of Placement Brochure for final placement.
- Pre-placement visits (PPV) to the companies.
- Communication, networking and relationship building with the potential recruiters
- Invitation to potential recruiters to visit the Institute.
- Continuation of placement activities after the stipulated period, till all the students are placed.
- General follow-up, joining formalities and other administrative activities
- Grooming and training of the candidates for the placements so that their chances of selection increase.
- Improving the communication abilities of students and technical knowledge of student.
The Students are trained on aspects like-:
- Facing Interviews.
- Facing Group Discussions.
- Professional Resume Writing.
- Cracking Aptitude Exams.
- Skill Development Sessions & Programs.
- Preparing Mock Exercises.
- Recruitment and Placement Sessions.
- Arranging Seminars and Technical talks.
Pre-placement training activity evaluated students to improve their performance on daily basis
The Objective of the Activity is -:
- To Bridge the gap that currently exists between the Industry and fresh professionals for recruitment purposes.
- To minimize Stage fear.
- To build confidence among students.
- To make students know the Importance of Training & Placements.
- Make them prepared for further training session and placements.
Ambalika Institute of Management and Technology enables the students to bridge the gap between the Academia and Corporate world. Feedback from industry is collected and the feed back used to design Pre-Placement Training Programs. This important activity is vital to enable the students to achieve desired career objective.
DO & DON’T
Do Your Research
Learn as much as possible about the company you’ll be interviewing with, and know as much about the position as you can. You need to do your homework, too. If the company has retail outlets in your area, visit one. If they produce software products, look them over. Talk to people who know the company, explore the business section of the library to get information about the industry, the company and its management. Look over annual and quarterly reports and check the trade publications for the latest information available.
Prepare a List of Questions to ask them
It’s only natural for you to have some questions about the position for which you are being interviewed. Be ready to ask them. You won’t likely need to ask every one of them, since much of the information may be covered in the interview process itself. But you should be prepared to find out the specifics.
Make sure your first impression is a good one by looking professional and confident. Even when the corporate culture is more casual, it doesn’t hurt to be the best dressed person in the room during an interview.
Arrive Fashionably Early
You should be at your destination and have reported to the receptionist well before the interview. Fifteen minutes early is a good rule of thumb. To make sure you don’t arrive at the last minute, go over your travel route in advance, and even drive it once to test the route so you are absolutely confident you know how long it will take.
Maintain a Friendly and Professional
Be accessible and open, but always professional. Listen carefully to the questions being asked, and make relevant and concise responses. Stay on course with your answers, and provide specific examples whenever appropriate to reinforce the points you are making.
Ask Permission to Take Notes
It implies that you are very interested in the position and the company, and it shows clearly that you are well organized, detail oriented and thorough.
Answer Questions Confidently
Even the toughest questions can be handled with poise and confidence. Don’t try to hide weaknesses in your experience or difficult relationships in your work history. Never dwell on the negative, and put a positive, but honest spin on things.
Things to Avoid:
Try to avoid giving out too much personal information (i.e., financial problems, marital status, children, etc.)Avoid questions about salary and benefits until the job is offered.Don’t talk too much. Bring a few pointed, well thought out questions regarding the position (i.e., duties, responsibilities, territory size, commission structure, potential for advancement.)Don’t be late. If at all possible, be early at least 5-10 minutes prior to the interview.Don’t brag. It is fine to bring a “brag book” with you to the interview that lists your accomplishments. However, try not to rely on it. Use it as a guide to show the interviewer what you can do for their company.