Placement Policy

Placement Rules & Regulations:

General Guidelines:

The Placement Committee consist of faculties and student’s representative of each department. These representatives will be responsible for operationalizing the Placement Process. At the commencement of each academic year, each department will constitute a Placement Committee consisting of representatives from faculty (1), and students (3) to be nominated by the HOD of respective department.The Placement Office will facilitate the placement of all eligible students who are validly enrolled in the respective programmes. All students who are eligible and require placement assistance must fill a Placement registration form.

Once registered, each student must participate in all the placement activities. Student wishing to opt out of the placement assistance can do so by signing the declaration in Appendix 1. Campus placement involves interacting with external entities/people. It represents a significant opportunity for creating goodwill and esteem for the student and the institute. The participating entities view the student as an ambassador of the institute. Students are therefore cautioned to display civility and good professional conduct while interacting with the external entities. If any student is found to be in violation of professional code of conduct, he/she is liable to be debarred from placement assistance. .All participating students are required to be present in the institute on all days of placement-related activities in formal attires. For male students this means college uniform with formal black/brawn shoes. It is the student’s responsibility to follow all deadlines arising out of the placement processes. For this purpose, the student must regularly check the emails, messages, or notices from the online portal and comply with the actions as required within the indicated timelines. Non-adherence to the timelines may lead to denial of the subsequent process outcomes such as interviews etc. Students are required to keep a track of the communications regarding the companies with Job opportunities. If a student eligible as per the Job Description chooses not to apply for three (3) consecutive eligible job postings, then it may validly imply that the student is not interested in pursuing the placement assistance process. In such cases, the student will be denied further placement assistance. The Institute follows a one student, one job offer policy. So, it becomes mandatory for the student to accept the first job offer. Upon receiving the first job offer, the student will be automatically considered as placed, and removed from list of students awaiting job offers. Students are expected to behave professionally with all employees of the institute. Any misconduct, misbehavior, non-maintenance of decorum would be dealt with seriously and could lead to disqualification from all Placement related assistance from the Institute.

Eligibility :

  • The institute would facilitate final placement of its students undergoing UG Programme basis fulfilling the below mentioned criteria.
  • Successfully completed the semester examinations/course with a CGPA equivalent to 6 or higher, and with no backlogs. (The criteria may vary from recruiter and will be shared with students for every drive.)
  • Satisfactory conduct with no disciplinary action throughout the program.
  • Good attendance record in their courses and has good participation in Placement Activities (Guest Lectures/ Seminars/ Conferences/ Industry Visits etc.).
  • 90% attendance in the proposed trainings conducted as part of training and development activity by TNP Cell.
  • Graduating students who wish to pursue their startup ambitions instead of seeking placements, may seek deferment from the on-campus placement process by obtaining formal approvals from their respective HOD, TPO and final approval from Principal by 1st week of academic year 2024 in which the applicable placement process starts.
  • Placement Process:

  • The institute will follow a rolling placement process starting July/August every year. The placement process will have the flexibility to accommodate the needs of the recruiting organizations. It will broadly comprise of the following steps:
  • Recruiting companies will inform the institute about their requirements, role descriptions, eligibility norms and the remuneration packages being offered.
  • These details will be shared with students through the Placement Committee and placement portal. Students will be able to decide about participating in the company’s recruitment process depending upon their interest, suitability, specializations and career interests.
  • Resumes along with academic details of interested and/or suitable students will be sent to the recruiting organization, basis which the company will notify a shortlist of students.
  • Shortlisted students will be informed about the selection process which may include one or more of the following: Personal or online Assessment, Telephonic interview, Case Discussion, Group Discussion, Multiple rounds of Interviews. These may be conducted on the Institute’s campus or at other premises to be chosen by the company.
  • Students may be required to go to the company’s office or other pool campus Locations for final placements as may be decided by the company.
  • Once the company’s placement process commences, students will not be allowed to withdraw. Any withdrawal will result in debarring the student from the placement assistance process.
  • It shall be mandatory for short-listed students to appear for the interview. Absence from the interview would result in debarring such student(s) from the placement assistance process.
  • In the event of students appearing for multiple recruiting companies’ selection process for final placement, it would be mandatory for the student(s) to accept the first offer and join that company.
  • If a student gets a pre-placement offer (PPO) from an Organization, he/she will be considered as campus placed and will not eligible for further placement assistance from the Institute.
  • Early Joining:

    1.Companies may indicate early joining in their offer letters. Such cases will be reported to the placement office, HOD and Dean.

    2.At present, the Institute does not have an explicit policy for early joining. However, such early joining may be permitted depending on the merits of the case. In all circumstances the student would be allowed to join early only if recommended by the respective HOD and approved by the Principal.

    3.If a student is allowed to join early, then he/she would have to give an undertaking whereby he/she would diligently undertake the Assignments given to him/her and report to the concerned faculty member on the mutually agreed days. Failure in submitting the assignments and meeting faculty members on the assigned day(s) may result in withholding of the degree. The student must manage the leave of absence from the company, to write their final examinations and complete other academic requirements in time.

    4.The University reserves the right to change/modify any or all of the above-mentioned rules/regulations and procedures, whenever it is deemed necessary to do so.

    Placement Ready Program:

  • MIT CORER TNP CELL Corporate Readiness Program is designed in a manner to help you make the best out of every market situation and achieve a good start in your career. The program provides advice and encouragement on how to assess your current situation and your professional opportunities and offers numerous tips on how to present yourself to the best of your advantage during the application and selection process.
  • The list of proposed Program is as follows:

    Proposed Workshops Value Preposition
    Industry Insights Sessions This will help students Explore Diverse Career Opportunities with Industry Practitioners sharing key insights on working in specific industries.
    Life Skills Training This will help build confidence in both spoken skills and for group collaboration and cooperation, find new ways of thinking, problem solving and decision making etc.
    Resume and Cover Letter Development Nobody can ever underestimate how important it is to have a good resume. First impressions count, and the first impression that a potential employer will have of a Bennett University Student, is going to depend on how they present their resume.
    interview Training including Mock Interviews, Role Plays, Case Studies and Presentations (With Inputs from Industry Practitioners) Interviews are key for better jobs in the industry and hence training students with the best trainers for this most important selection process.
    Technical Trainings Training on emerging areas and technology to give an edge to our students.
    Aptitude/Reasoning/Logical Analysis It’s now a common practice for campus recruiters to conduct tests in these specific areas to gauge student ability. Training students in these specific areas will increase their employability.
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