Campus Placement Training

What is Campus Recruitment?

Campus Recruiting/Campus Placement brings employers to campus each year to interview and recruit students to work in their organizations. Campus Recruiting/Campus Placement refers to any effort made by prospective employers to recruit students from their college campuses, usually prior to graduation. Campus Recruiting/Campus Placement process gives students a big opportunity to showcase their talent to the companies visiting their campus and get hired, even before the completion of their course. However, any good company has a definitive benchmark with respect to the workforce that they intend to hire. Employers use campus recruitment to attract and screen students for a variety of different positions, both as interns and as full-time employees.

Following are some of the salient features of the Campus Recruitment Training course:

  • 72 hours of vigorous classes covering various questions asked in Aptitude Test.
  • 100+ individual handouts / tests
  • Experienced faculty members for each session.
  • Mock tests each on Infosys, Wipro, TCS, and general tests for better improvement
  • Classes on basic communication skills (GD sessions, speaking skills, listening & writing skills)
  • Two individual mock interviews (one HR and one Technical) conducted by experts.
  • Guidance about various corporate selection processes to ensure the right focus.
  • Classes on computer fundamentals, operating systems, networking, C ,C++language
  • Resume making and information Sessions on profiles of corporate, IT & ITES Industry updates, GD topics and interview questions.
  • Individual Assessments

Procedure for Campus recruitment

Various stages of the selection process remain, broadly, the same for these companies, with some slight variations. These variations could be in the form of an additional or less number of stages for some companies.

The following are the stages that students normally go through as a part of Campus Recruitment:

  • Aptitude Test
  • Group Discussion
  • Personal Interview (May consists of a Technical Interview and an HR Interview).

After short listing, candidates based on the Academic Criteria as stated above, the shortlisted students go through to the next round of placements, which are typically Aptitude and Technical tests conducted over one or two days at the college campus. Placement Tests can be conducted in Paper format or in a Computer-based format.