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PRE-PLACEMENT PREPARATION

PRE PLACEMENT ACTIVITIES

The pre-placement activities of college include -:


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. 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.

Basic Grammar

Improving the communication abilities of students and technical knowledge of student.

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.
Guidelines for group discussion:

1. Choose any topic from the list below and discuss the points that can be discussed in that topic.

2. Divide the students into groups of 10. While a topic is under discussion by one group, other
students present there be instructed to observe the manner in which discussion is being conducted
and group members are projecting their views.

3. Give them a topic for the group discussion. Teacher may introduce in brief the topic for discussion
without giving his/her biased opinion or without being judgmental about the whole issue.

4. Individual members of each group should be given around 10 minutes for preparation.

5. The group should not deviate from the topic of discussion.

6. Students can take on various roles during the group discussion. Some of these are:

a. The initiator: one who initiates the discussion. It is crucial to give the right direction to the group
discussion. The person who starts the group discussion should be very sure of his understanding of
the topic.

b. Moderator: who tells the group about the need to reach a conclusion and also avoids the
discussion from deviating into other topics.

c. Gatekeeper: In every group, there are members who are aggressive and those who do not speak at
all. Maintaining a balance between them is crucial. The gatekeeper motivates people to participate in
the discussion and also helps the aggressive ones make room for others.

d. Summarizer: This person summarizes the valid points discussed by the group. This is generally
done towards the end of the discussion but a t times people keep summarizing every few minutes.
Over doing this is not a good thing.

7. Each student should be given proper feedback* and told about his/her strong/weak points after
the whole exercise is over.

*Clarity of thought and expression, use of appropriate vocabulary and terminology, relevance to the
topic, level of participation (too little/too much) ability to comprehend what others are saying,
allowing and encouraging others to speak etc.