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Training &  Placement

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1. General

Necessary guidance is provided by the Department  to the students for career planning and personality development.  The campus interview with prospective employers are regularly arranged for the placement of students from all branches.   These  include Public and Private Sector Organisations, Multi National Companies and Govt. Organisations.  During the academic year 2009-2010 the Institute has been able to place  91% under graduate students in various industries before they actually pass out from the institute.

1.   Placements

The Placements activities are undertaken throughout the academic year for both, under graduate and post graduate students of all disciplines mentioned below:

a) Under Graduate Students :  Civil Engg., Mechanical Engg., Electrical and Electronics Engg., Electronics & Communication Engg., Computer Science & Engineering., Metallurgical & Materials Engineering and Mining Engg., Chemical Engg, B.Arch.

b) Post Graduate Students : Environmental Engg., Water Resources Engg., Integrated Power Systems, VLSI Design, Computer Science Engg., Structural Engg., Structural Dynamics & Earthquake Engg., Industrial Engg., Heat Power Engg., CAD & CAM, Materials Engg., Urban Planning, Power Electronics & Drive, Construction Techniques & Management.

1.1   Activities of the Placements

A gist of activities  carried out by the Department  every year is  given below:

· Organising meeting  with 3rd year students to appraise the procedure for Campus Recruitment.

· Preparation of a merit list of eligible students from all branches.

· Carry out correspondence with various  Industries and organizations  for inviting them  to  the Campus for placements of students.

· Follow up for finalisation of  suitable dates of Campus Interviews in consultation with the industries / organizations.

· Arrange for and provide necessary assistance in the  conduct of written tests , group discussion, and personal interview by the HR personnel from visiting industries and organizations.

·Arrange for display and dissemination of  information related to the training and placements of students. The Campus Interviews for pre-final year students are arranged after completion of the end semester examination in  May and continued through July  onwards till March. To enable the students  undergo summer practical training, the recruitment activity is temporarily suspended  in the month of June.If the situation warrants, interviews are also arranged , in the interest of students, at the Corporate Office of the  concerned industry/organization.

Dream Job Placements: The  Institute  has adapted  “Dream Job “ Policy since last few years. The policy provides for eligible students to opt for the industry/organization offering a minimum salary ( CTC) of 4 lac per annum.

Overseas Placements: The students are also offered job overseas through campus.  M/s Hasan Juma Backer Co. LLC, Sultanate of Oman, Muscat has been regularly visiting the  Institute since last seven years  and has offered job to several students.

1.2  Outside Examinations In recognition to the reputation of the Institute and the availability of infrastructure,  VNIT, Nagpur is usually chosen as Centre by   different govt. / public sector organizations to conduct Competitive and Entrance Examinations at national level such as   Graduate Aptitude Test for Engineering (GATE), NITIE, Bombay, ( For M.S.E.B. ), M/s Indian Oil Corporation Ltd., Mumbai etc.Large no. of students from various engineering colleges in and around Nagpur prefer the VNIT as the Centre. The number of such students is increasing continuously over the years, it is observed.

2.Training

2.1  Optional Training The students undergo Industrial training during summer vacation generally for a period of 4 weeks.  This training is meant for the engineering  disciplines viz.  Civil, Mechanical, Electrical and Electronics., Electronics & Communication, Computer Science & Engineering, Metallurgical & Materials and Mining. Although the  training is optional,  majority students take advantage of the same.

Training seats received for Summer Vacation 2009-2010 are summarized below:

Discipline

No. of Industries Offering Training Seats

No. of Seats Offered

Civil Engineering

06

24

Chemical Engineering

08

15

Mechanical Engineering

18

54

Electrical & Electronics Engineering

14

44

Electronics & Communication Engineering

09

29

Metallurgical & Materials Engineering

04

09

Mining Engineering

05

24

Computer Science & Engineering

02

07

Total

66

206



Applications forwarded for Self arranged training seats 2009-10 (Maximum-to /student):-

Discipline

No. of Industries

4th Sem B.Tech

6th Sem B.Tech

Civil Engineering

25

31

Chemical Engineering

38

30

Mechanical Engineering

64

21

Electrical and Electronics Engineering

47

32

Electronics & Communication Engineering

67

18

Metallurgical & Materials Engineering

48

35

Mining Engineering

04

02

Computer Science & Engineering

10

13

Total

302

182

2.2  Compulsory TrainingMining Engineering Course In keeping with the course curriculum, all mining engineering students are required to  undergo  compulsory  training in mining industry.  This training is arranged during every summer and winter vacation. Architecture Course The students of  fourth year  Architecture & Planning  Course have to undergo a compulsory training for a period of 6 months towards the end of 4th year.  On successful  completion of the training,  the students  carry out  a project of  6 months duration in  the Institute  under the guidance of the faculty at the Department.

2.3 Training of M. Tech. Students While the industrial training for PG students of engineering is not compulsory, several students from  various departments   carry out their dissertation work for a period of about 4 to 6 months in concerned industries and organizations.  This activity is coordinated by the concerned faculty from respective Department.

 

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