Placement and job opportunities are extremely high after passing out from Jesus & Mary College. All the students are well educated and full of confidence after coming out from their respective courses that they face absolutely no problem in getting well paid jobs and higher studies.
That is the thing I am not aware of. I just did my graduation from Jesus & Mary and never came across anybody who took or was taking training/internship from this college.
Placement and Job Opportunities is quite average and not at the high level. Not all students get the opportunity of placement and job opportunities. Only a minimum number of students are placed from college. The Companies which come are also less compared to other colleges at delhi university.
College does not provide any internships but it provides details of internship and through which the students can apply for the internships.
Currently being in the 3rd year , i am experiencing the placements. Many companies come, indian as well as global. There are barious set of rounds which the interested students have to go through to be selected. The big 4 companies : KPMG, EY , Deloitte and PWC come as well. With the average package of 3 lac pa.
The college provides opportunities for internship through the Placement cell of the college. The stipend varies depending on the duration and type of job. The average stipend is around 4K.
Well, each to his own college does not help so much in job search, there are no networking events, nothing at all.
No Idea as I didn't go through any internship program as it was not applicable for B.com courses.However i did my CA internship from CA firm with Rs 1000 as stipend.
I didn't go through any internship program as it was not applicable for B.com courses. However i did my CA internship from CA firm with Rs 1000 as stipend.
The placement for my particular course was not available job opportunities especially in the non profit sector was post post graduation.
The experience working with different NGO's helped me understand their administrative working at the same time the struggle they go through for sustainability. Working with blind children was enriching experience to see their learning capabilities and never complain attitude kept them going in life.
For our particular course there were no placements. No companies/instituitions came to the campus for our course. it was pretty clear that we needed to do a masters before venturing into the workforce in either psychology or sociology
There were no internship opportunities provided by the college. I arranged an internship for myself. However there was no stipend offered for that. In the field of psychology it is difficult to get a internship during our undergraduation.
Many companies came over like ernst and young, protiviti accenture the stipend offered depends of the candidate majorly offered stipend lie between 10000-15k.
Internship was not a part of the programme I was going through though many reputed companies and their delegates have been visiting our college including few politicians like sachin pilot.
Since it's just my first semester I haven't been placed.
I am doing an internship with a singapore based company called Metis. The stipend is rupees 5000.
If one is selected on campus,the packages offered are great,to begin with 4-10 lpa. Companies like akosha, helpchat, ibm, hcl, indian express, times of india and many more visit the campus every year for in taking students.
Most of the good companies and corporates come for selection through exams.