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The job placement is fine. The school has a online portal to go after the position, and everything is informed there. Around 70-80 organizations have come in 1.5 months, which is acceptable. The record of positions stands to be 75% of the bunch yet the establishment specifies 97%. Fashioner, beautician, merchandiser, visual originator are probably the most widely recognized jobs in the design field, and therefore occupations of these jobs can be seen on the gateway. The base bundle from which the arrangements start is 3 lakhs for every annum. Also, If we sit for placements, we cannot say no to any firm (no matter what the reason is), if they want to hire us. Even if there are two companies who wants to offer us a job, we are not even given liberty to choose which one would be better for my personal growth; the one which says yes first I will have to go with it and if you say no you will be banned to sit for any other interview.
Pearl excels in placing their students. The previous year percentage of placement of the luxury batch was 99% in all the leading luxury and fashion brands in India like Louis Vuitton, Dior, Versace, Armani, Cartier, Sabyasachi and many more. The students are personally asked for their preference of the industry in which they want to work, be it the fashion industry, the food or beverage industry or the luxury service industry.
Yes, the college is absolutely focused in providing students the industry experience and exposure. The college gives special mentoring to the students to go through interviews. Almost all the luxury brands in India heir interns from our course. students can even apply on their own for internships.
Many good companies like Vogue, Femina For Fashion and Netflix, Amazon Prime and Disney for Media students as I am only in second year I don??t know much about the placements but the placement department of my college is pretty well
We have tie ups with most of the well known brands, labels and companies as most of our faculty is guest faculty which gives industry exposure and makes is durable for the job later.
After the second year we were placed in internships, it was a wonderful experience to be able to learn and get exposure and make contacts in the field of our choice. After college ended we worked on getting our portfolios ready and were interviewed by various companies who were willing to give us an opportunity to work with them. The alumni worked hard to train us to be able to crack the interviews and warn good placements
From a senior I got to know about the placement which I was shocked to know that she earns a good amount and the most of his batchmates got selected into various companies with various packages which helped me in knowing about how people have received heights with the maximum amount of money and success which is important in your life
Yes Pearl is known for its placements and internship record. They provide campus placements and internship as soon as you complete your course and infact before even you complete your last semester. The salary package offered by companies is also good
The placements are varied and job opportunities are enough. It starts around January of the final year. They have a team of faculty who ensure you get placed and help you out with interview and the rest of the procedure
The college does provide opportunities for internship during the end of third year of the 4 year long course, they assign a mentor to each student group to ensure learning at the workplace, the stipend however depends on the company you're working for.
The college offered 97% on campus placements in the last year. One of the best companies come to the campus for placements, including Walt Disney, Manish Malhotra, United Colours of Benneton, H&M, Amazon, Myntra, Yash Raj Films and the list goes on.
Our college does provide internship but that is from the third year of college. As of now i’m not aware of the stipend or the companies that offer internship.
Being in the foundation, what all I have heard is that placements are very good. Some companies I know of : Walt Disney, Amazon,Gap Tarun Tilhani, pantaloons, Ritu Kumar , marks and Spencer's K Wrap Designs Shopper's Stop Benetton Bobby Grover FAB India Ogilvy & Mather Rohit Bal Genesis Luxury Dorling Kindersley Study by Janak DLF Brands Penguin Jattin Kochhar Future Group - Pantaloons Walmart, USA JJ Valaya Lifestyle Tommy Hilfiger, USA Manav Gangwani Madura Brands Carrefour, France Ashish Soni Titan Godfrey Phillips Rina Dhaka Blackberry Levis Mandira Wirk Raymond Adidas Shantanu and Nikhil W Vogue Suneet Verma Design Pvt. Ltd. Reliance Retail Harper's Bazaar Satya Paul Westside Trent Ltd.
Since I am in the foundation I do it have much knowledge. But yes, an internship is provided to us in 1st year.
Pearl Academy and the University of Creative Arts, a leading creative arts university of UK have signed a Memorandum of Association (MoU) The MoU will enable students of Pearl Academy to progress to the programs offered by UCA through a seamless transfer of credits. The collaboration will be f
Pearly Academy has released the important dates for the admission process which is scheduled to be conducted in the month of June. The admission process for the Pearl Academy is already making progress. For the upcoming session, the last date to apply for admission is June 1, 2020. While th
Every aspect of communication design arises from the need to communicate a specific message and to obtain the desired response. In other words, communication design exists because one individual wants to convey something to another to ensure that the message is sent across, and action is produced.
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Design was the epicenter of conversations at the fifth edition of What’s Next 2019, a World Café Style confluence hosted by Pearl Academy at Novotel in Mumbai recently. With “Creative Spark” as the central theme, the two-day event witnessed leading global design educators, i
National, January 30, 2019: Pearl Academy, India’s leading institute of design, fashion, business and media and University of Derby, one of UK's top 30 Universities, signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) today at Pearl Academy’s Rajouri Garden campus. This collaboration will pro
It has been 25 years since Pearl Academy has fueled the creative industry with specialists. Be it fashion, designing, journalism and media communications, creative business or anything that has helped to shape the Indian industry, Pearlites have excelled and how! With the graduating batch leavin
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Because I am interested in Bollywood and entertainment field.Also because this is one of the few good colleges which has this course. I have heard a lot of positive reviews about pearl academy.Also I really love the ambiance of the college.I am not the type of person who loves rote learning and I am more of a person who likes practical learning.Also this college is quite convenient for me as it??s like 5 kms away from my house.by Student
Because not many other colleges offer the same course, and this is a well known college in the industry and the learning experience here is different from a regular college, this course has allot to offer for me personally as it is a creative field, its always better to have more options for a wider range of perspectiveby Aishwarya
It's the one of the top three fashion academies in India and the program they were offering fit perfectly with the field I wanted to join in the future. They offer internships and placements after you graduate from the college. They also use practical methods as well as theoretical methods to train students.by Student