Our curriculum was designed in order to prepare the students to take up future leadership roles and manage a business process adequately. We learned a lot from the curriculum, from negotiations to the legal aspects of running a business, to managing all the different departments. A two-month internship was a mandatory part of our course and so was a dissertation report. Exams were held biannually and internal marks were also accounted for final evaluation.
Our training and placement cell remains active throughout the year. We learned a lot during the mock sessions like mock interviews, personality development sessions. Even the feedback for the classroom presentations helped us improve and work on our shortcomings. Students from our batch were able to secured salary package as high as 10 LPA, while on average students were offered 4 LPA.
Cultural liveliness can be seen in the campus during the festive celebrations organised in the campus. Ganpati Visarjan, Dahi Handi were some of the festivals, I enjoyed celebrating at the college. Apart from these festive celebrations there were some occasion-based celebrations like freshers party, or farewell party which featured many enjoyable cultural performances.
I paid around 2.6 Lacs for the entire course which was a bit expensive for me. The fee structure drained my savings and some of my family savings as well. The facilities provided by the college were top-notch and included necessary facilities for the overall development of a student.
Admission process requires students to sign up for the common counselling process. I applied with my MAT exam scores and later attended the common admission process. Finally, I was granted admission on the basis of my academic record and after the final step was the document verification process. Overall the entire process went pretty smoothly.
We were pretty obliged to have faulty members with such a diverse experience background. We learned a lot from them and they were very much supportive of us in every way. We shared a pretty deep bond with them and in fact we are still in touch with them.
We have a placement cell at amity. there is a faculty assigned for the same. he looks after the campus placements of students in various big companies. last semester students become eligible for campus placements. The highest package offered was around 12-13 LPA. A lot many students get placed in big companies like Citi Bank, Bisleri, Cybage, etc. I plan to work in some big MNC after my degree.
From sem 4 the students are almost eligible for the campus placement. The highest package is around 20 lacs and the average package is around 6 lacs. Big companies like Amazon, Tata visits for placement. Approx, all are getting placed. The plan is to go for a job.
After the 2nd semester we are eligible for the campus placement there are many companies that are visiting regularly in the college and there are various types of offers made as I am currently in 2nd sem so I don't know about the highest package but everything is near about 8 lacs to 9 lacs placements in the ratio placements is at a good level near but 80% people get placements my plan after getting the degree is to join a reputed company.
Final placements starts after summer internship ends and second year begins. sem 4,5,6 eligible for final placements. Wide range of companies recruit, most are from IT and Banking sector. Good placements for Rural, RBA and Healthcare batch as well. The highest package is around 18lakh (1 person), after that around 13. 5, 12, 11 lakh. The average is around 8-9lakh. Most serious students get placed, so there is plenty of placement opportunity, placements are on even after the final semester is ended. it's just that the student need to be serious and it should reflect in the CV with things done so far be it academics or extracurriculars. My plans is to give my best and be patient and humble and see wherever my hardwork and determination takes me ahead in my life as far as career is concerned.
Students are eligible for campus placements from starting of the second year. The placements commence then and continue till everyone is placed. Being a young college, the placements are improving on a yearly basis with new companies being onboarded. The average package stands around 12-13LPA.
Students get placement based upon their knowledge, problem-solving and overall skills. After completion of the first year we eligible for campus placement. My plan is after getting a degree I want to start my own start-up.
There is no official notice yet that came to the students for campus placements. However, as per my knowledge and been through seniors, we are allowed to sit for campus placements from our sixth end days of the semester. We are completely unaware right now.
There is a dedicated placement committee taking care of the placement process of the students. This team works under the guidance of CDS. Placements had been 100% for both summer and final placements. Companies like Bain and Co., Crompton & Greaves, TVS Motors etc. visit the institute on a regular basis.
The admission process is very simple.The process starts in the month of march. They need to get the form online and fill them with some documents. There are also entrance exams like GMAT, CAT which get them admission in the course. There are 3 rounds for these entrance test which need to be cleared by the candidate.
The placements are very strong here lots of companies that come in the campus for placement.They select the candidates according to their candidature and the marks they get in the exams basically accordingly to their ability.
There's no such defined method to get the admission in the college. I got admission using my MAT score. Other scores accepted by the college are CAT, GMAT, XAT etc.
Few companies that are the top recruiters in the college are ICICI bank, TATA, Axis bank, Philips, Thomas cook, etc, offering the packages as per industry standards. More than 80% of the students got placed last year.
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