The Training and Placement Cell helps students determine their educational and career goals, acquire career-oriented skills and attain desired employment. It trains them in group discussions, aptitude tests, numerical ability and technical facets, conducts mock interviews and organizes recruitment drives both off and on campus. It has a full time Placement Officer.
TRAINING & PLACEMENT
About the TCP Cell: The TCP Cell of AASC is active throughout the year as it takes charge of the training of the student’s, right from the first year. First year students are categorized based on the results of an entry level test held as soon as students begin College. Based on the category, students are then trained in communication skills, numerical ability and technical skills on a regular basis. The training continues consistently, right up to the final year of their study. Training is also given in Group Discussion, Aptitude Tests & Soft Skills. Mock interviews are held for the final year so that they are able to face interviews with ease. These activities of the Cell ensure that the less than employable fresher who enters the College turns into a confident, employable candidate when he/she leaves the Institution.
On the Placement front, the Placement Officer along with the placement coordinators stays in touch with the members of the industry. Placements are planned and organized in the campus in compliance with industry requirements. The database of eligible candidates is often shared on request with companies who in turn invite students for drives on their premises. Students thus are given the opportunity to participate in both ON and OFF Campus drives throughout the year.
Among the top notch companies that regularly participate in our placement are Infosys, TCS, Wipro-WASE, Capgemini, CTS, TECH MAHINDRA and AJUBA. Students also received placements through OFF Campus drives by HP, HCL and IGATE.
The Placement scenario in the College is remarkable in that recruitment caters to all Departments in the institution, ensuring that students belonging to the IT, Life Sciences, Commerce and Management streams benefit from the drives.