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There are a lot of companies that come for student placements like trident, Raymond, Aarti, reliance, young-man wollen limited etc. we just need to get atleast 60% marks with all semester passed and then we are eligible for the interview. Sometimes companies come to our college for the interview and sometimes students need to go for the interview.
No internship for the students of this college
Placement is average no that good but I must you will experience so much in this college comparatively. they also provide internship but they helped in placement drive also. average package is around 2.4 lakhs.
In 3rd year you can get placements and many companies come for campus placements. some banking institution like State Bank of India, central bank of India, hdfc bank, Amazon, IT's industries of Indore and many more.
The placement of my college is not good that we all the students suffer the problem of campus selection. Very few companies have come to my college, more than 4 companies have come. The normal package is 1.5 lakh and the highest package is 5 lakh.
You get eligible for placement in the last semester, and b/w the whole course so many industrial tours are organized to give you business exposure and experience. TCS, Nestle, Mahindra, are some of the big companies that come for placements, almost 85-90% of the students get placed, the highest package is 15 lakhs PA and the minimum is 3-4 lakhs PA. You should definitely go for PG after BBA because it's important these days to have a good job or future.
The placement in college is more so it can be a good chance In your life so you can easily passed the interview 50% around something
From semester 5th the students are eligible for the campus placements. The companies are pizza hut, cognizant, Wipro, Zs associates and etc. The average package is 5 lack and the highest will be 9 lacks. The percentage of getting placements were around 70%. After getting a degree I have to do an MBA that's why I am preparing for CAT 2020 examination.
A lot of companies visit the campus. Students are guided to how to make CV and how to attend an interview. And companies then come to take interviews and students sit in those interviews. Our teachers and well connected with companies and our alumnus are in well places.
No, I did in house internship. But students do opt for internships outside of college.
Yes its good for part time and for shorter duration jobs but one cannot get settled on basis of such jobs, nad even college also provide some seminars for personality development and skill growth. With will be beneficial for student in upcomming future.
Many companies have either visited or contacted the departments regarding placements at my Alma mater named Lupin, Cipca, Duke Thompson Private Ltd, Medicare Hospital etc. Companies either organise interview at college or the students are directly called to the company. Then one theoretical test is followed by GD round. Those who have passed GD round are asked for personal interview. Placement department is improving now since the students are option for variety of career options and getting to work at different locations. Still there is need for improvement. There has been no notable alumni in my batch but yes one of the Alumni of our college named Mr Dushyant Singh Baghel is the founder of Nucleome bioinformatics Pvt Limited and another one Mr Nitesh Jasani is the owner of a startup named Agrocare Pvt Ltd.
Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya, Indore (DAVV University) has declared to conduct the third round of counselling for the programs under the Common Admission Process. The second round of counselling was completed on November 6, 2020. The third round of counselling will be conducted offline at th
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