Student Training


We know that, every profession requires skills along with qualification & experience.

Facing Interviews.
Facing Group Discussions.
Professional Resume Writing.
Cracking Aptitude Exams.
Internship Projects.
Skill Development Sessions & Programs.
Preparing Mock Exercises.
Recruitment and Placement Sessions.
Arranging Seminars and Technical talks.


Professionals from various industries visit the Institute and interact with students on regular basis and guide them in accordance with the industry norm and standards.

1. To Bridge the gap that currently exists between the Industry and fresh professionals for recruitment purposes.
2. To minimize Stage fear.
3. To build confidence among students.
4. To make students know the Importance of Training & Placements.
5. Make them prepared for further training session and placements.

Campus Recruitment Training

“Our Campus Recruitment Training Program is designed to aid the students to meet today’s Global Corporate needs. To provide complete solution to increase the competency of the students in the real market with confidence and enthusiasm. Inspiring their lives and bestowing them to realize their carrier dreams”..


CRT is a live campus recruitment training solution to prepare students for one of the most crucial parts of their lives – PLACEMENTS! CRT is aimed at eliminating the disconnect between industry and academia giving rise to well rounded professionals with relevant technical and inter personal skills.
CRT is a program designed to sharpen student’s skills on Technical skills, Quantitative Aptitude, Group Discussion and Job Interviews, so that students can crack the best campus recruitment tests.
The focus of campus recruitment training is to bridge the gap between academic education industry requirements. This is accomplished through a rigorously tested curriculum and training practices. We aim to create the next generation of knowledge workers. The program is designed to facilitate young and fresh engineers and management graduates for a bright and aspiring corporate career. It is specifically designed to increase the employability level of B.Tech/MCA/MBA Graduates

Need for CRT preparation:

Today, many organizations seem to offer a good salary package and a better work profile. This has only intensified the competition amongst candidates. It, then, becomes very important for a candidate to display excellent professional skills - be it in terms of interpersonal skills or in terms of mathematical skills, analytical skills or technical skills. So, even good students need to fine-tune their knowledge base and enhance their overall speed and accuracy. This can be done through regular practice and under expert guidance.
In order to find the best possible placement, students, good or mediocre, need to put up their best. While more companies are now recruiting one must realize that the competition has become stiffer. It must also be borne in mind that organizations do not want to compromise on quality, as the salary offered is good. So, even good students need to polish their speed and accuracy, through regular practice and thus give a credible performance.
Various stages of the selection process remain, broadly, the same for these companies, with some slight variations. These variations could be in the form of an additional or less number of stages for some companies. The following are the stages that students normally go through as a part of Campus Recruitment: (i)Aptitude Test & Technical Test (ii) GD (iii) Interview

Importance of Resume Writing:

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 you, is going to depend on how you present your resume. This is going to be your one and only chance to capture a potential employer’s attention, or for your resume to be tossed into the file of those they don’t want to pursue. The statistics are that the average employer only spends a few seconds looking at a resume, so it is imperative that it makes an impression. In this increasingly competitive job market you need to have a professional resume that contains the right information, so that it will stand out amongst the countless other resumes that potential employers will be looking at, and give you the best possible chance of getting their attention. You need to remember that you only have a few seconds that the potential employer is going to be taking to glance at your resume, so it’s very important to make sure that all the years you have been working and studying are going to be represented properly in your resume. There are different formats that you can chose from, when deciding on how your resume should be displayed:
A chronological resume This is the most common type of resume format used. The chronological format lists your most recent employment history (or education) first, with your jobs appearing by date in a time line. This is the traditional method of formatting a resume, and places more emphasis on your job titles and your employment history over your skills. Chronological resumes generally work best for job seekers with a stable career progression in one or two fields. Here’s how to know if this format is for you: Chronological resumes are best suited to the following job seekers: • A stable work history with few breaks in your employment time line. • Staying in the same field. • If your job titles show increased responsibility and higher position levels. • Your past job titles match employer job requirements.
A functional resume The functional resume will focus far more on your skills and achievements, rather than job titles and places of employment. Functional resumes give you the platform to display your skills and experiences. This format also lets candidates gloss over gaps in their work history or play down positions that were not relevant etc. Functional resumes are best suited to the following job seekers:
• Graduates and those wanting to make a career change • Those wanting to highlight specific skills, knowledge, or abilities. • You’re re-entering the job market after an absence. • If you have a variety of different or unrelated work experiences. • You have large gaps in your work history