TPO
 
Prof. F. B. AMIN (Training-and-placement-officer)
  VISION:
 
Sustained Excellence in Training, Placement and Career Orientation.


   
MISSION:  
   
To act as a seamless channel between the Industry and the Institute and provide quality  technical manpower to suit every organizational needs.

We have a team of people working for the accomplishment of the activities of training and placement in leadership of our Exe. Director, Director training and placement officer
All efforts are being taken by the department to develop good “Industry-Institute” relations. The Department organizes industry visits to enhance practical knowledge. To provide efficient manpower to the industries, the students are motivated and facilities are provided to them to develop soft and technical skills as per industry requirements.
   
   
   
Objectives of Training and Placement Department
 
The objectives of the Training & Placement Department are specifically to: 
  • Assist students develop/clarify their academic and career interests, and their short and long-term goals through individual counseling and group sessions.
  • Assist students develop and implement successful job search strategies.
  • Work with faculty members, department Heads and administration to integrate career planning and academic curriculum as well as coordinate Project Work /internship programs.
  • Assist employers to achieve their hiring goals.
  • Serve the community by providing access to our campus wide activities & career resources.
  • Empower students with life-long career decision-making skills.
  • Provide resources and activities to facilitate the career planning process. 
  • Act as a link between students, alumni and the employment community
  • Upgradation of the students skill sets commensurate with the expectations of the industry.
  • Generation of awareness in the students regarding future career options available to them.
  • Assisting different companies in recruiting candidates as per their requirements.
  • Assisting our students in obtaining final placement in reputed companies.
  • Placement of students in different companies for in-plant training  after 5th  semester. 
 
SHORT TERM GOALS  
   
    To build up a computerized database of students of all the branches with a view to serve the industries requirement in a queue response mode.

   
LONG TERM GOALS:  
   
To develop the Department of placement & training as a single window nodal point for career counseling and Higher learning in Engineering & Technology fields.

To set up the Training Infrastructure for conducting value added training programs and enhance the employability of students.

To institute the best practices in conducting and coordinating the campus placement process for the industries in the institution.


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