In the campus placement process, no’s of companies visit our institutes to provide job opportunities to students pursuing their academic courses. Campus placements offer students a chance to secure a job while they are still studying, ensuring a safe and secure future. To make the most of these opportunities, it is important for students to adequately prepare and showcase their best qualities.

There are two types of campus placement programs:

On-Campus Placement Drives:

In on-campus placement drives, companies directly visit colleges to select final-year students for job placements. The selection is based on a student’s hard work, technical capabilities, and focus. Companies typically assess candidates through various stages of the selection process.

Off-Campus / Pool Campus Placement Drives:

In off-campus placement drives, recruitment takes place at a common location, which could be a specific college or a public venue where students from different colleges come together to participate. These drives are often advertised as “Job Fairs.” Companies conduct the selection process, including written tests, group discussions (optional), technical interviews, and HR interviews.

The main objective of the placement process is to identify talented individuals who meet the criteria set by the companies. The selection process typically includes the following stages:

  • Pre-Placement Talk: Companies conduct pre-placement talks to provide information about their organization, job profiles, salary components, and the selection procedure. This helps students gain an understanding of the company and the opportunities available.
  • Educational Qualification: Companies consider the educational qualifications of the candidates to determine their eligibility for specific job roles.
  • Written Test: Candidates may be required to undergo a written test to assess their aptitude, technical knowledge, and problem-solving skills. The test may include multiple-choice questions, coding assignments, or other formats depending on the company’s requirements.
  • Group Discussion (Optional): Some companies may conduct group discussions to evaluate a candidate’s communication skills, leadership qualities, and ability to work in a team.
  • Technical Interview: The technical interview assesses a candidate’s domain knowledge, problem-solving skills, and ability to apply theoretical concepts to practical situations. Technical interviews can be conducted by subject matter experts or senior professionals from the company.
  • HR Interview: The HR interview evaluates a candidate’s personality, attitude, interpersonal skills, and overall fit with the company culture. It may include questions about the candidate’s career aspirations, strengths, weaknesses, and previous experiences.
  • Post-Placement Talk: After the selection process, companies may conduct post-placement talks to discuss job offers, salary packages, terms and conditions, and any other relevant information with the selected candidates.