Placement Activities

XIDAS Placement Cell includes the following activities to ensure effective placement process.

Student’s personality development and grooming for:

  1. Development of soft skills and specific technological skills in tune with industrial needs.
  2. Personality & attitude
  3. Group discussion
  4. Interview

Online test for assessment of student’s strength for suitability for employment.

Campus Placement

The potential employers are shortlisted on the basis of students discipline, their interests and market research. They are then contacted and invited to the campus in accordance with our accepted policy and priorities. It fulfils dual purposes, one for students securing their future career and industry securing the best fresh talent available in the region.

Intellectual Capital & Industry Interface

Career Services Department or the Domain Department organizes expert lecture series in coordination with student organizations for enhancing current industry knowledge. Such lectures also help in familiarizing the students with the industry practices and their correlation with the textbook material.

Industrial Training for the Students

Training is the integral part of the study to acknowledge the students for real world problems. Students are placed in various industries for 6 to 8 weeks, under the supervision and guidance of an industry professional. The faculty carries out monitoring and evaluation regularly.

Industrial Visit – Study Tour

In each semester, industry visits of the students are organized to the relevant industries in various locations. It serves the objective of exposure to large-scale practical applications of theoretical aspects.

Student Projects

Students prepare the projects reflecting the needs and problems of the industry. The faculty interacts on a regular basis with industry personnel for successful implementation of such projects.

Career Orientation Program

Various other programmes to orient students about industry expectations are organized. Additional seminars are undertaken by the students in each semester to improve learning in the areas like Literature Survey, Personality Development, Group Discussion and Presentation Skills. Moreover, opportunities of Technologies for communication skills enhancement are provided.

II. PLACEMENT STATUS

The Placement Committee interacts with the companies of repute and invites them to participate in the campus recruitment programme of the Institute.

III. INDUSTRIAL VISIT

Students of PGDM and PGDM-RM went for the National and International Industrial Exposures to gain a practical insight on how the organization functions in the real life. To gain knowledge and experience about the strategies formulated in various departments, their implementation and evaluation of the process.

  1. International Industrial Visit to Kulala Lampur, Malaysia for 10 days in the companies like: Beryl’s Chocolate Factory, Royal Selangor Factory, TESCO and IKEA. (Title) The international industrial exposure was at Kulala Lumpur, Malaysia for 10 days in the different companies like Beryl's Chocolate factory, Royal Selangor factory, TESCO and IKEA, Students visiting these companies saw a new way of working, they also got the practical knowledge of how the company works and how we should complete our responsibility as the budding managers. Students gathered a basket of knowledge which they could positively share and use in their future endeavors.
  2. National Industrial Visit to Indore and Ujjain for 4 days in the companies like: Mahindra Two Wheeler, Man Trucks and Sanchi Milk Industry The other group of students went for the National Exposure to Indore and Ujjain for 4 Days the Nature of the Industries were Automobiles and Agro-processing Unitlike, Mahindra Two Wheeler , Man Trucks and Sanchi Milk Industry.
  3. Rural Exposure Manav Vikas Sevi Santha MVSS, Sagar for 10 days  A unique feature in the first term of PGDM programme is the Rural Immersion Programme (RIP) which is to sensitize students to the tough life in rural India.It is a great way of knowing India in every sense - social, cultural, economic, ecological-diversity - in a quick and intensive manner. The duration of RIP is of 7 to 10 days. The entire set of participants is uniformly divided into groups of 10 each. It is conducted in collaboration with various NGOs or GOs. Prior to RIP, a special input session on Participatory Rural Appraisal (PRA) techniques is given to students.Accordingly, they collect and analyze data pertaining to specific rural issues. The students submit a report of their analysis, with due suggestion on the issue in hand. RIP equips students to stand up to the pressures of modern world. The entire programme is oriented towards ensuring that the participants get a chance to apply their classroom learning to a real-time environment.

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