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Placement Process

Corporate Relations Team of dedicated professionals oversees the recruitment process. Under
their supervision, two Student Placements Committees (one for the two year MBA program
and one for PGPX) facilitate all interactions with the companies. A Relationship Manager is
assigned to be the specific point of contact for each company.

We encourage companies to visit our campus and conduct the entire process in person. When
this is not practical, Skype, video-conferencing and telephonic facilities are available.

For any additional information, do not hesitate to contact the Corporate Relations Office:

Placement Process

Typically, the process begins with shortlisting based on the resumes of the students. For two
year MBA students, this is usually followed by group processes like GDs, case studies or
written tests, depending on a company's selection policy.

The final selections are generally based on one or more rounds of personal interviews. The
companies provide a list of the selected students to the Student Placements Committee. Most
companies also indicate the students whom they want to keep on the waiting list, ensuring
that both the companies and the students are able to make the most appropriate choice.

Post-placement Process

Companies send official letters to the candidates through the Student Placements Committee.
The HR managers then take over and connect the candidates to their project mentors in the
company and take them through the induction process.

Summer Internship Review

IIMU is committed to ensuring that students deliver their best performance during the
internships. There are three reviews: one at the end of the second week; one midway through;
and one at the end of the project.

Pre-placement Offers

Companies have the opportunity to make final job offers to candidates who perform
exceptionally well in the internships before the start of the final placement process.

For any additional information, do not hesitate to contact the Corporate Relations Office:

Placement Report

Use last five years data

At IIMU a priority is to ensure that practice meets theory across all functional areas. Students
have many opportunities for engagement with industry leaders throughout the year. Udaipur
is home to a multitude of mid-sized companies, entrepreneurial ventures and dynamic NGOs
that are making Rajasthan a hub of economic and social change. IIMU has established close
ties with many of them as well as with key companies from across India.

These interactions are not limited to internships and case discussions. The students organize
and moderate summits and panels that bring together experts, thinkers and practitioners from
India and abroad. Students also benefit from intensive mentoring by committed and
enthusiastic industry professionals.

Guest Lectures

Corporate leaders visit the IIMU campus throughout the year to give guest lectures covering
varied topics in all functional domains, as well as topics on industry practices and major
business developments. These guest lectures serve as a valuable means of interaction between
students and practitioners and have helped IIM Udaipur build mutually beneficial long-
lasting relationships with the corporate sector.

Live Projects

As part of the academic curriculum, students get opportunities to work on live projects
throughout the year in different functional areas. Live projects generally take two forms:

 Projects that students undertake in both the corporate and NGO sectors as part of their
coursework on campus
 International projects that are part of the International Business in Practice (IBP) elective
course where students go abroad to work on two week consulting projects for companies in
Thailand and the U.A.E.

Summits and Conclaves

Students organize a number of major events each year where leaders from the corporate and
NGO sectors come to campus to share their expertise and unique perspectives:

 Solaris – in an ambitious new initiative, IIMU students organized a weekend-long


Management Fest in November 2015 which combined keynote addresses, panel discussions,
case study competitions and workshops across key areas of management including:
o The Leadership Summit, organized by the Media and Industry Interaction Cell of IIMU
o Samvaah, the marketing conclave, organized by MarClan, the marketing club of IIMU
o ArthSamvaad, the flagship event of Finomina, the finance club of IIMU
o Technovate, the IT-Entrepreneurship summit, organized by Saksham, the
entrepreneurship club of IIMU
o Solaris
 The Leadership Summit is a platform for industry leaders to share their opinions and views
through engagement with academia and students. The first two editions of this event were
held in the resplendent Durbar Hall of the City Palace in Udaipur.
o Leadership Summit 2013 Speakers
o Leadership Summit 2012 Speakers
 Excursus is the Supply Chain Summit of IIM Udaipur. It brings together leaders in the supply
chain field to talk about the future developments, innovations and challenges in this key
sector.
o Excursus speakers
 Spandan is IIMU's HR Conclave. It provides a platform for global HR leaders to share their
expertise and experiences with IIMU's students and faculty. Spandan 2015
 Inclusive India Forum – in association with the Harvard Business School Club of India, IIMU
organized the first event of its kind where different stakeholders from the corporate and
NGO sectors shared a common platform to discuss ways in which partnerships can be
created in the development management space for the larger benefit of society.
o Inclusive India Forum

Corporate Sponsorships

Theseand other student-organized events have benefitted from the support of sponsors from
the corporate sector, both national and local. Companies take advantage of the excellent
platforms these events provide to reach a focused audience while participating in and
supporting events aligned with their business priorities.

The Professional Mentorship Program

This program allows students to benefit from the support of recent graduates of the top four
Indian management institutions. These young alumni connect with 2 to 3 mentees in a
relaxed and informal manner and counsel them on how to make the most of their IIMU
experience.

Training & Placement Objective

The biggest strength of Aditya Group lies in a proactive learning approach and detailed
academic course of action that has prepared the students to do tremendously well in various
demanding situations of the business world. The Course Curriculum is a practicality coupled
with industry interface in the form of visits, seminars, internships and live projects which
produce future managers with good management and entrepreneurial skills.

The teaching pedagogy includes presentations, case studies, sports and cultural activities
which help students towards acquiring skills for the holistic improvement of the spiritual,
social and emotional quotient. I am hopeful with optimism and confidence that the students
will be well received by the industry.

AGI presents to you a group of self-motivated individuals who have been prepared to face
challenges in ever changing business environment. It is sincerely anticipated that the students
would match the expectations and that you find our students as finely-crafted quality human
resource. Today the global employment market has changed from what it was even a decade
ago.

Organizations are not only looking for individuals with a prescribed skill set but more
importantly individuals with an aptitude to expand this required skill set in the course of their
work. Companies now-a-days provide adequate work related training to their employees
themselves, but they require the recruit to be competent and able enough to imbibe that
training quickly and effectively.

This is why aptitude testing has become an inherent part of all recruitment processes and
hence aptitude skills are imperative for the career.
Steps in a Campus Placement Drive:

Broadly, all campus placement drives cover the following four steps:
1. Skill Assessment / Aptitude Test (Normally written)
2. Group Discussion / Panel Interview
3. Technical Interview
4. HR Interview

1. Skill Assessment:
Generally conducted on the college campus, either directly by the company or through an
assessment partner (like the AMCAT Test), this is a written evaluation – though more likely
to be a computer-based test, than a pen and paper exercise. These tests are usually the first
elimination round of the complete process so it’s important to prepare well and clear the first
round comfortably.
Candidates face standardized questions, checking their skills on three parameters –
Communication skills (in English), Logical Reasoning Ability and Quantitative ability (grasp
on numbers and understanding in basic maths concepts). A specific domain-oriented
assessment may or may not be present as the next step. If you’re looking to practice for your
aptitude test, these AMCAT sample papers should come in handy
What does the skill assessment test?
1. Logical ability
2. Domain knowledge
3. Quantitative aptitude
4. English competency
5. Suitability towards specific skill-sets

2. Group Discussions:
Group Discussions or Panel Interviews are a relatively easier way in which companies can
understand and sift through multiple candidates to come down to a select few.
Brought together either formally or through an informal discussion format, the Group
Discussion or GD checks students on confidence, original presentation of ideas, flow of
thought and conduct in a group.
A few companies on campus choose to do a panel interview, instead of a group discussion.
Different from a group discussion, the panel interview is a more formal exercise.
While the group discussion has interviewer(s) observing the actions of the candidate in a
group, the panel interview has several of them, connecting with the candidate either
individually or in groups. Though the HR round is somewhat similar, the difference lies in
the stage at which the panel is introduced to the candidate.
Why a group discussion?
The group discussion and panel interview check the following:
1. Flow of thought
2. Presentation skills (in a group, individually)
3. Stress management / ability to handle ‘spotlight’
4. Reaction to contrasting thoughts and opinions

3. Technical Interview:
The Technical interview is an engagement which is domain and role-specific in nature, aimed
at checking whether the candidate can be considered a right ‘fit’ for the position that the
recruitment exercise is being held for.
While most HR practitioners agree that freshers taken from campus placements may not be
absolute role fits, there are certain parameters that should be spot on.
What does the technical interview assess?
1. Grasp on domain – programming knowledge, core skills
2. Ability to mold to role
3. Practical Application of Knowledge to Real world situations
4. Clarity in thought and articulation

4. HR Interview:
Nearly there. The HR Interview checks candidates for being organisational fits or not. Apart
from classic checks (originality of the candidature), they check for willingness to move for
work, any debilitating conditions and behavioral traits to ascertain how good or bad the
candidate would be with them.
What does the HR interview check?
1. Passion to work for the company and the role
2. Skills (Core and Soft Skills)
3. Learn ability
4. Possible red flags with candidate

The placement office handles all aspects of campus placements for the graduating students at NIT
Manipur. The office is well equipped with excellent infra-structure to support every stage of the
placement process. Arrangement for Pre-Placement Talks, Interviews, Group Discussions etc. are all
handled by the staff at the office. The placement policies and other related activities are handled by
Training and Placement officer in consultation with the student representatives . The process of
coordinating with companies for recruitment is handled by the Placement Cell. The companies are
encouraged to contact Placement Cell for initial discussions for confirming schedules and official
communication.

Message from the TPO (T&P Cell)

Dr.KH.Johnson Singh

email id:johnkh34@gmail.com

Mobile: 7085223242
The Institute has been making great efforts to face the challenges and opportunities presented
by the current globalization scenario. The institute’s mission has always been to nurture the
students into capable and innovative professionals who contribute to the growth of
technology. The institute offers campus placements to students graduating with B.Tech
(Mechanical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Electrical and Electronics Engineering,
Electronics and Communication Engineering and Computer Science and Engineering). I am
confident that our students will make a mark wherever they go and make their alma mater
proud of them. I must thank the companies that have displayed a strong faith in our students
during and beyond the placement process. Also we extend a special invitation to the new
recruiters who are yet to catch a glimpse of our students and the institute for the upcoming
placements.

Dr.Kh Johnson Singh

TPO NIT Manipur

Message from the Prof-in-charge

(T&P Cell)

Dr. P. Albino Kumar

Prof-in-Charge (T&P)

email:albino@nitmanipur.ac.in

On behalf of National Institute of Technology, Manipur, it is our pleasure


to invite you to our beautiful campus for conducting campus selection
programmes for our students. The students can be profiled as per
requirements and procedures set by the respective companies . Services
of liaison officer can be provided on request to take care of needs upon
arrival. With this brief background I am furnishing in the pages to follow
all pertinent information about us. I would request you to kindly visit our
campus for selecting candidates of your choice on any date convenient to
both of us. Expecting our interaction to grow over the years to come.

Dr. P
Albino Kumar

Prof-in-Charge (T&P Cell)


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