The placement cell at School of Business Studies comprises of
The placement Officer contacts the companies for the SIP and final placements. He is responsible for making companies aware about the placement’s policy.
Placement Coordinator coordinates with the companies and works on pre placement talk’s schedule, final interview schedules. Student Member’s are made to actively participate in the placements proceedings and they act as the interface between placement officer and the students. Policy GBS provides opportunities of interaction between students and representatives of the industry to facilitate placement in suitable jobs. Campus interviews are arranged by the institute. GBS also acts as a platform to have dialogue between representatives of financial agencies/entrepreneurs and students. Many multinationals and other organizations of repute, visit our campus in search of talented future managers regularly.
The Objective of the placement cell is to provide one job for each student
Campus recruitment is meant only for the Students of Final year
The companies are advised to give Pre-Placement Talk (PPT) before starting the selection process at the campus. This provides an opportunity to the students to understand the organization better and gives the companies the idea of the student’s expectation & desires.
The final job offers/appointment letters are routed through the Director.
The companies are requested to mail the enclosed Response Form to the Institute/contact Director for their requirement for placement. They should send details such as preferred date for holding the selection proceedings, the modalities of the selection proceedings, shortlist of candidates, job profiles etc. The placement teams would then co-ordinate with the companies and finalize placement schedules at mutually convenient dates.
The CV’s of the students interested in respective organization are collected by the Corporate Philanthropy cell. These are then forwarded to the companies.
Companies are requested to communicate the above details preferably within a week prior to the date on which they intend to hold the proceedings.