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Soon after you qualify the course you will have to attend an orientation program which will be e held for 12 days and after a month you will have to attend for campus placement in which you have to to attend an interview and a group discussion. The candidates that perform uto the criteria mark will be selected by the companies that may be presented in the campus placement. Companies like ITC, Vedanta, Astral Polyteknik Ltd. Khimji Ramdas (I) Pvt. Ltd. Kevin Process Technology Pvt. Ltd. P K Plastic International Pvt. Ltd. Care Rating Ltd, Be-Free etc visited the campus placement drives. Preference will be given for students who have passed In their first attempt and also for those who have achieved rank in the all India CMA examination.
There is no direct placement for students by the college. after complete your degree you can find jobs on your choice
At the end of the session, a huge numbers of companies come in the campus to hire the deserving and talented students of the college. Plus a fair amount of salary packages are offered by the placement cell to the students.
Our college not provides the internship programmes. After my graduation i shall to find out my post graduation course my own risk. But many companies are conducting interviwes in our college. Thay all are private companies.
There is no stipend in GOVERNMENT COLLEGE MALAPPURAM.There are giving scholarship by Kerala government and INDIA government.And the scholarships are very helpful to complete our study.There is many job opportunities with Bsc physics and there is psc exams for students who have eligibility of Bsc physics
Our college doesn't give internship in our college but they provide us outside. They external connection for internship. When we complete our internship they will provide campus placement campus recruitment for jobs
The job opportunities are as per our marks and luck.there are better job opportunities in bsc physics as undergraduate degree. After completing msc physics there are many job opportunities in all over the world
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