Placement Training

The primary objective of the placement training is to gradually equip the graduate engineering student with adequate, relevant and market ready skills. Every engineering or management student can easily build a successful career if the student possess a combination of skills in the area of reasoning, creativity, emotional intelligence, etc. in addition to the core engineering or management skills.  The former skill set, namely soft skills along with the engineering or management skills are an absolute necessity for the success of careers in Engineering/Management. A perfect blend of soft skills and domain skills ensures that the students develop confidence and are ready to face the industry selection process. All industries which recruit engineering/management students look for such skills before making an offer to the students.

     In order to sharpen students’ technical skills and improve their soft skills and make them industry ready, Career Development Centre of Amrita College of Engineering and Technology offer different training programmes which are tailor-made for each student based on through skill assessment of individuals. These programs are designed and offered with the objective of preparing the students from a campus placement point of view.

SOFT SKILL PLACEMENT TRAINING @ AMRITA

Curriculum for Placement training programs are designed and conducted by the in-house trainers as well as the experts from industry. As mentioned above, keeping in view (i) the industry requirements and (ii) Pre-assessment of student’s skill, training curriculum is designed for preparing the students for entry-level positions in industries.

     An MOU has been signed with SMART Training Resources India Pvt Ltd, Nungambakkam, Chennai – 600034 to provide campus recruitment training to our undergraduate and post graduate students starting from 2nd Semester to pre-final semester. Company specific training is offered during on/off campus periods. MoU with SMART ensures that the talents of the students are enhanced gradually starting from 2nd Semester till the students become industry-ready at the end of their program.

      SMART Training Resources India Pvt Ltd is currently present in 185 locations & offers various employability enhancement programmes to its clientele across the country. With a client base of 700+ institutions nationwide and having trained over 1.5 million students with a successful placement track record. SMART is the India’s largest employability enhancer.

TRAINING SCHEDULE DESIGNED AND CURRENTLY DELIVERED TO THE ENGINEERING STUDENTS OF AMRITA

 Placement Training offered during 2nd Semester BE Programme

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Skill Set

Topics for Training

Duration of the Training (Hrs.)

1

Know Yourself

- Psychometric Analysis

- SWOT Analysis

- Understand Your Personality

6

2

Building Blocks

- Motivation and Confidence Building

- Time Management

- Goal Setting

- Ethics and Integrity

- Stress Management

- Basic Presentation Skills

- Adaptability

- Team Work and Interpersonal Skills

- Leadership Skills

24

3

Creative Thinking

- Mind Mapping

- Rebus Puzzles / Problem Solving

- Structured and Unstructured Ideas

- Analytic and Research Skills

- Analytical and Descriptive Writing

12

4

Digital Footprint

- Online Literacy

- Trend in Technologies

- Effective Use of Social Media

- How to Create Blogs?

8

5

Positive Psychology

- Introduction

- Positive Emotions, Habits, Changes

- Living a Good Life

- Fulfilling Relationship

- Overcoming Tough Times

10

 

 

TOTAL HOURS

60

 

Placement Training offered during 3rd Semester BE Programme

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Skill Set

Topics for Training

Duration of the Training (Hrs.)

1

Introduction to Recruitment Process

- Industry Expectations

Marks Criteria

Problem Solving Skills

Reasoning Skills

Language/Verbal Skills

Technical Skills

Communication Skills

- Quants Primer

- Reasoning Primer

- Verbal Primer

10

2

English Language Development Program

- Nuts and Bolts of English

- Word Power Enhancement

- Study Techniques

- ‘Speak Better’ Activities

- Reading, Writing and Listening Tips

- Brain Boosters

- Randomized Chain Learning Exercises

20

3

English Communication Skills

- Listening Skills

Hearing vs. Listening

Importance of Active Listening

Focused Listening

Interpreting Verbal and Non-verbal Messages

Barriers to Effective Listening

How to Overcome the Barriers?

- Speaking Skills

Casual onversation

Formal Conversation

Social Interaction

Public Speaking Skills

Talks on Local Topics

- Reading Skills

Literal Comprehension

Evaluative Comprehension

Inferential Comprehension

- Writing Skills

Note Making

Report Writing

Descriptive Writing

Email Writing

30

 

 

TOTAL HOURS

60

 

Placement Training offered during 4th Semester BE Programme

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Skill Set

Topics for Training

Duration of the Training (Hrs.)

1

Quantitative Ability

- Vedic Maths (Calculation wise Short Cuts)

- Number Properties

- Fractions and Decimals

- HCF and LCM of Numbers

- Ratio and Proportion

- Mixtures and Solutions

- Simple Interest and Compound Interest

- Time and Work

- Inverse

- Arithmetic Progression, Geometric Progression

- Averages

- Word Problems

- Calendars

- Data Sufficiency

- Suggested ‘Smart Cuts’

12

2

Reasoning Ability

- Analytical Reasoning

- Linear Arrangement

- Circular Arrangement

- Identification of Cross-Variable Relation

- Number Series and Alphabet Series

- Coding and Decoding

- Syllogisms

- Brain Teasers

- Blood Relations

- Direction Sense

- Venn Diagrams

- Cubes

- Non-Verbal Reasoning

- Data Interpretation

6

3

Verbal Ability

- Parts of Speech

- Degrees of Comparison

- Synonyms

- Antonyms

- Articles

- Tenses

- Conditionals

- Sentences (Kinds)

- Sentence Pattern

- Sentence Structure

- Voices and Speech

- Reading Comprehension

12

 

 

TOTAL HOURS

30

 

Placement Training offered during 5th Semester BE Programme

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Skill Set

Topics for Training

Duration of the Training (Hrs.)

1

Quantitative Ability

- Time, Speed and Distance

- Percentage

- Profit, Loss and Discount

- Age Problems

- Permutations and Combinations

- Probability

- Geometry and Mensuration

- Clocks

- Defined Operations

- Logarithm

- Suggested ‘Smart Cuts’

12

2

Reasoning Ability

- Data Interpretation

- Data Sufficiency

- Cryptarithmetic

- Selection Decision Table

- Attention to Details

- Input Output Tracing

- Inequalities

6

3

Verbal Ability

- Synonyms

- Antonyms

- Spell Check

- Homophones

- Analogies

- Word Pair

- Idioms

- Parts of Speech

- Subject Verb Agreement

- Fill in (Modals, Adverbs, Tenses)

- Error spotting

- Sentence Correction

- Sentence Completion

- Para-jumbles

- Reading Comprehension

- Critical reasoning

- Theme Deduction

- Essay Writing

12

 

 

TOTAL HOURS

30

 

Placement Training offered during 6th Semester BE Programme

Sl. No

Skill Set

Topics for Training

Duration of the Training (Hrs.)

1

Quantitative Ability

- Quants Reinforcer – Concept and Problem Solving

- Suggested ‘Smart Cuts’

12

2

Reasoning Ability

- Reasoning Reinforcer – Concept and Problem Solving

6

3

Soft Skills

- Group Discussion

- Resume Building

- Personal Interview

- Mock Group Discussion and Personal Interview

12

 

 

TOTAL HOURS

30

 

Placement Training offered during 7th & 8th Semester BE Programme

Sl. No

Topics for Training

Duration of the Training (Hrs.)

1

Company Specific Training/Full Length Mock Test and Discussion

60

 

In addition to the above placement training the following technical trainings will be provided to the Engineering Students from 4th Semester onwards up to 8th Semester:

Technical Training for the CS Stream

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Semester & Branch

Topics for Training

Duration of the Training (Hrs.)

1

4th Semester CS

C Programming

15

2

4th Semester CS

C++ Programming

15

3

5th Semester CS

Data Structures

20

4

5th Semester CS

DBMS

10

5

6th Semester CS

Java Programming

30

6

7th Semester CS

Operating System

30

TOTAL

120

 

Technical Training for the NON-CS Stream, but willing to have CS Career

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Semester & Branch

Topics for Training

Duration of the Training (Hrs.)

1

4th Semester NON-CS

C Programming

30

2

5th Semester NON-CS

C++ Programming

30

3

6th Semester NON-CS

Data Structures

30

4

7th Semester NON-CS

Java Programming

30

TOTAL

120

 

NOTE: In all the above cases, students will have to give an online assessment via http://www.smartians.co.in/ before the training as well as after the training. Based on the score, students will be categorised. Identified Slow Learners will be provided internal training by our faculty and re-assessed using our college portal

 

Special hardware Training programmes are conducted from 4th Semester to 7th Semester for the Engineering students willing to have Core Engineering Career based on their career options.

Placement Training given to BE Students

Placement Training given to BE Students for Academic Year 2019-20

Placement Training given to B.E. students for the Academic Year 2019-20

Slot

Date

Topics to be covered

Department

Trainer’s Name

Slot 1 – 3 hours of Training given in each session

Nov 26, 2019

Tuesday

9:30 am to 12:40 pm

Vedic Maths

Calculation-wise Short cuts

III Sem

Civil & EEE

Dr. S. Sankar Rajan

Vedic Maths

Calculation-wise Short cuts

III Sem

CSE

Dr. Antony Kishore

Nov 26, 2019

Tuesday

1:20 pm to 4:40 pm

Vedic Maths

Calculation-wise Short cuts

III Sem

ECE

Dr. S. Sankar Rajan

Vedic Maths

Calculation-wise Short cuts

III Sem

Mech

Dr. Antony Kishore

Nov 27, 2019

Wednesday

9:30 am to 12:40 pm

QA1

Time,Speed and Distance,Problems on Ages

III Sem

ECE

Dr. Antony Kishore

QA1

Time,Speed and Distance,Problems on Ages

III Sem

Mech

Dr. S. Sankar Rajan

Nov 27, 2019

Wednesday

1:20 pm to 4:40 pm

QA1

Time,Speed and Distance,Problems on Ages

III Sem

Civil & EEE

Dr. Antony Kishore

QA1

Time,Speed and Distance,Problems on Ages

III Sem

CSE

Dr. S. Sankar Rajan

Nov 28, 2019

Thursday

9:30 am to 12:40 pm

QA1

Percentage, Profit, Loss and Discount

III Sem

Civil & EEE

Dr. S. Sankar Rajan

QA1

Percentage, Profit, Loss and Discount

III Sem

CSE

Dr. Antony Kishore

Nov 28, 2019

Thursday

1:20 pm to 4:40 pm

QA1

Percentage, Profit, Loss and Discount

III Sem

ECE

Dr. S. Sankar Rajan

QA1

Percentage, Profit, Loss and Discount

III Sem

Mech

Dr. Antony Kishore

Slot 2 – 3 hours of Training given in each session

Dec 4, 2019

Wednesday

9:30 am to 12:40 pm

QA 4

Progressions, Word Problems, Averages, Calendars

III Sem

Civil & EEE

Mr. Prabhu

QA 4

Progressions, Word Problems, Averages, Calendars

III Sem

CSE

Mr. Samuel Guru

Dec 4, 2019

Wednesday

1:20 pm to 4:40 pm

QA 4

Progressions, Word Problems, Averages, Calendars

III Sem

ECE

Mr. Prabhu

QA 4

Progressions, Word Problems, Averages, Calendars

III Sem

Mech

Mr. Samuel Guru

Dec 5, 2019

Thursday

9:30 am to 12:40 pm

RA 1

Linear Arrangement, Cross-Variable Relation, Number Series, Alpha Series, Coding-decoding, Ordering/Grading/Ranking under LR, Venn diagrams, Syllogisms, Brain teasers (Puzzles), Non-verbal Reasoning, Data Interpretation

III Sem

ECE

Mr. Samuel Guru

RA 1

Linear Arrangement, Cross-Variable Relation, Number Series, Alpha Series, Coding-decoding, Ordering/Grading/Ranking under LR, Venn diagrams, Syllogisms, Brain teasers (Puzzles), Non-verbal Reasoning, Data Interpretation

III Sem

Mech

Mr. Prabhu

Dec 5, 2019

Thursday

1:20 pm to 4:40 pm

RA 1

Linear Arrangement, Cross-Variable Relation, Number Series, Alpha Series, Coding-decoding, Ordering/Grading/Ranking under LR, Venn diagrams, Syllogisms, Brain teasers (Puzzles), Non-verbal Reasoning, Data Interpretation

III Sem

Civil & EEE

Mr. Samuel Guru

RA 1

Linear Arrangement, Cross-Variable Relation, Number Series, Alpha Series, Coding-decoding, Ordering/Grading/Ranking under LR, Venn diagrams, Syllogisms, Brain teasers (Puzzles), Non-verbal Reasoning, Data Interpretation

III Sem

CSE

Mr. Prabhu

Slot 3 – 3 hours of Training given in each session

Dec 6, 2019

Friday

9:30 am to 12:40 pm

Communication Skills

III Sem

Civil & EEE

Mr. Charlie Jacob

Communication Skills

III Sem

CSE

Ms. Ashleymol

Dec 6, 2019

Friday

1:20 pm to 4:40 pm

Communication Skills

III Sem

ECE

Mr. Charlie Jacob

Communication Skills

IV Sem

Mech

Ms. Ashleymol

Dec 9, 2019

Monday

9:30 am to 12:40 pm

LIL1S1

Ice-breaker

- Grammar: Parts of Speech

- Group Learning Activity #1

- Common Language Bloopers

- Discussion Forum

- ‘Speak Better’ Lesson #1

- Effective Study Tip #1

IV Sem

Civil & EEE

Ms. Ashleymol

LIL1S1

Ice-breaker

- Grammar: Parts of Speech

- Group Learning Activity #1

- Common Language Bloopers

- Discussion Forum

- ‘Speak Better’ Lesson #1

- Effective Study Tip #1

IV Sem

CSE

Mr. Charlie Jacob

Dec 9, 2019

Monday

1:20 pm to 4:50 pm

LIL1S1

Ice-breaker

- Grammar: Parts of Speech

- Group Learning Activity #1

- Common Language Bloopers

- Discussion Forum

- ‘Speak Better’ Lesson #1

- Effective Study Tip #1

IV Sem

ECE

Ms. Ashleymol

LIL1S1

Ice-breaker

- Grammar: Parts of Speech

- Group Learning Activity #1

- Common Language Bloopers

- Discussion Forum

- ‘Speak Better’ Lesson #1

- Effective Study Tip #1

IV Sem

Mech

Mr. Charlie Jacob

Dec 10, 2019

Tuesday

9:30 am to 12:40 pm

Begin With End In Mind

- Important to plan with the end in mind

- Required behaviour to attain goals

- Ten Things that the students will commit to change

immediately

- Importance of setting SMART Goals

- Setting stage for the future

- Ten key essentials for achieving your goals

IV Sem

ECE

Mr. Charlie Jacob

Begin With End In Mind

- Important to plan with the end in mind

- Required behaviour to attain goals

- Ten Things that the students will commit to change

immediately

- Importance of setting SMART Goals

- Setting stage for the future

- Ten key essentials for achieving your goals

IV Sem

Mech

Ms. Ashleymol

Dec 10, 2019

Tuesday

1:20 pm to 4:50 pm

Begin With End In Mind

- Important to plan with the end in mind

- Required behaviour to attain goals

- Ten Things that the students will commit to change

immediately

- Importance of setting SMART Goals

- Setting stage for the future

- Ten key essentials for achieving your goals

IV Sem

Civil & EEE

Mr. Charlie Jacob

Begin With End In Mind

- Important to plan with the end in mind

- Required behaviour to attain goals

- Ten Things that the students will commit to change

immediately

- Importance of setting SMART Goals

- Setting stage for the future

- Ten key essentials for achieving your goals

IV Sem

CSE

Ms. Ashleymol

Dec 11, 2019

Wednesday

9:30 am to 12:40 pm

LIL1S2

- Grammar: Forming Sentences

- Vocabulary: Prefix and Suffix

- Group Learning Activity #2

- Common Language Bloopers

- Discussion Forum

- ‘Speak Better’ Lesson #2

- Effective Study Tip #2

IV Sem

Civil & EEE

Ms. Charlie Jacob

LIL1S2

- Grammar: Forming Sentences

- Vocabulary: Prefix and Suffix

- Group Learning Activity #2

- Common Language Bloopers

- Discussion Forum

- ‘Speak Better’ Lesson #2

- Effective Study Tip #2

IV Sem

CSE

Ms. Ashleymol

Dec 11, 2019

Wednesday

1:20 pm to 4:40 pm

LIL1S2

- Grammar: Forming Sentences

- Vocabulary: Prefix and Suffix

- Group Learning Activity #2

- Common Language Bloopers

- Discussion Forum

- ‘Speak Better’ Lesson #2

- Effective Study Tip #2

IV Sem

ECE

Ms. Charlie Jacob

LIL1S2

- Grammar: Forming Sentences

- Vocabulary: Prefix and Suffix

- Group Learning Activity #2

- Common Language Bloopers

- Discussion Forum

- ‘Speak Better’ Lesson #2

- Effective Study Tip #2

IV Sem

Mech

Ms. Ashleymol

Slot 4 – 3 hours of Training given in each session

Jan 11, 2020

Saturday

9:30 am to 12:40 pm

QA 1

Time, Speed and Distance, Percentage

IV Sem

Civil & EEE

Dr Suganthi Jeyasingh

LIL1S3

Understanding the written form of the language is considered valuable in processing information. This session provides adequate exposure to various techniques which help participants pin down the exact thoughts expressed in the given passages.

IV Sem

CSE

Mr. Gowtham Shankar

Jan 11, 2020

Saturday

1:20 pm to 4:40 pm

QA 1

Time, Speed and Distance, Percentage

IV Sem

ECE

Dr Suganthi Jeyasingh

LIL1S3

Understanding the written form of the language is considered valuable in processing information. This session provides adequate exposure to various techniques which help participants pin down the exact thoughts expressed in the given passages.

IV Sem

Mech

Mr. Gowtham Shankar

Jan 13, 2020

Monday

9:30 am to 12:40 pm

LIL1S3

This session provides adequate exposure to various techniques which help participants pin down the exact thoughts expressed in the given passages.

IV Sem ECE

Mr. Gowtham Shankar

QA 1

Profit, Loss and Discount, Age Problems

IV Mech

Dr Suganthi Jeyasingh

Jan 13, 2020

Monday

1:20 pm to 4:40 pm

LIL1S3

This session provides adequate exposure to various techniques which help participants pin down the exact thoughts expressed in the given passages.

IV Sem

Civil & EEE

Mr. Gowtham Shankar

QA 1

Profit, Loss and Discount, Age Problems

IV CSE

Dr Suganthi Jeyasingh

Jan 14, 2020

Tuesday

9:30 am to 12:40 pm

 

QA 2

Number Properties, Ratio and Proportion, Mixtures and Solutions, Interest Calculation, Time and Work

IV Sem

Civil & EEE

Dr Suganthi Jeyasingh

LIL1S4

Speaking is the most common form of communication employed. The main aim here is to remove fear and boost the confidence of the participants through various activities.

 

IV Sem

CSE

Mr. Gowtham Shankar

Jan 14, 2020

Tuesday

1:20 pm to 4:40 pm

QA 2

Number Properties, Ratio and Proportion, Mixtures and Solutions, Interest Calculation, Time and Work

IV Sem

ECE

Dr Suganthi Jeyasingh

LIL1S4

Speaking is the most common form of communication employed. The main aim here is to remove fear and boost the confidence of the participants through various activities.

 

IV Sem

Mech

Mr. Gowtham Shankar