Value Added Programs

Pre-Placement Training- How does it work effectively?

How we lead the students to get the best offers…

Pre-placement training offered to the students constitutes of basically preparing them to face the corporate interviews and written tests conducted by them with confidence. By understanding the needs of the recruiters/corporate bodies various modules have been designed and offered to both juniors and senior students. Pre-placement training is a continuous process divided into a number of modules. Rigorous training is imparted to the MBA students during 2nd, 3rd and 4th semesters at regular spells. This enables them to equip them with corporate skills. Imparting Employable Skills Set is the crux of the training programmes.

When other colleges declared summer vacation our students have undergone a two weeks pre-placement training programme for 2nd sem students in May, 2012. In the 2nd semester each student will do Financial Statements Analysis by selecting a listed company as and presentation as a Mini Project though not specified by the University.

The technical skills include imparting subject knowledge in the domain areas Finance, Marketing and Human Resources Management followed by conducting model examinations and mock tests evaluating the students to know where they stand and counseled by faculty from time to time.

The faculty includes expert trainers from other places like Delhi and Chennai apart from internal faculty resources.

Soft Skills
All the students are given complete training in a set of dimensions, known as soft skills, including: (1) Personality traits, (2) social graces, (3) communication, (4) language , (5) personal habits, (6)friendliness, and (7) optimism.

GNIPGS-MBA has a competent soft skills trainer who worked in the corporate world; she gives 20 sessions on these skills.

English Language - Each student is also given 20 sessions of fundamental English free of cost. This flows from the realization that without the ability to speak in English, there is no entry into corporate world. This program will be more helpful to students coming from non-English medium background.

Classroom Presentations Each student is compelled to make at least 5 presentations in the class for each semester.

Resume-Writing Students are trained to write a good resume which is a student’s advertisement to the industry and has the potential to fetch best offers. Besides this, interview-facing skills are imparted.

Conceptual Knowledge It is needless to say that confidence comes from conceptual knowledge which a student has acquired. We have a very rigorous schedule of assignments, special tests, case discussions and special group exercises etc. which equip the student with the required domain knowledge.

Student Empowerment by Industry required skills set is a part of our Teaching Pedagogy.
Every subject is taught in at least 50 to 70 hours in the concerned semester with the objective of maximum teaching input will. The faculty will give at least two assignments in each subject followed by spot tests as part of continuous evaluation. Group discussions, paper presentations and cultural events are scheduled and conducted with the active involvement of faculty and students.

A management student Association was started four years ago by integrating all four MBA branches students on a single platform to share knowledge. On every Friday, invited guest lectures and seminars are held for all the MBA students.

Date

Time

Subject

Classes

Teacher

18.11.13

2.30 pm –
4.10 pm

Mathematics - I

All I yr

Dr. G. Srinivas, Dept. of H&S

19.11.13

2.30 pm –
4.10 pm

Mathematics - I

All I yr

Dr. G. Srinivas, Dept. of H&S

20.11.13

1.20 pm –
 4.10 pm

Engg. Drawing

All I yr

Prof. B. Nageswara Rao, Dept. of Mech

21.11.13

2.30 pm –
4.10 pm

CPDS

All I yr

Mr. Imran Qureshi, Dept. of CSE

22.11.13

2.30 pm –
4.10 pm

CPDS

All I yr

Mr. Imran Qureshi, Dept. of  CSE

23.11.13

2.30 pm –
4.10 pm

CPDS

All I yr

Mr. P. Satish, Dept. of  CSE

II Phase Internal Expert Lectures for I B.Tech Students is as follows:

Date

Time

Subject

Classes

Teacher

2.12.13

1.20-.4.10 pm –

Engineering Physics

All I yr

Dr. S. V. Ranga Nayakulu

3.12.13

2.30 pm –
4.10 pm

Engineering Chemistry

All I yr

Dr. N. Mamatha, Dept. of H&S

4.12.13

3.20 pm –
 4.10 pm

Engineering Mechanics

Mech & Civil

Mr. V. Sitaram Prasad

5.12.13

3.20 pm –
4.10 pm

Engineering Mechanics

Mech & Civil

Prof. V. Sitaram Prasad

6.12.13

3.20 pm –
4.10 pm

Engineering Mechanics

Mech&Civil

Prof V. Sitaram Prasad

7.12.13

2.30 pm –
4.10 pm

Mathematical Methods

EEE, ECE & CSE

Prof Ch. Krishna Sagar


Principal, Vice-principal and HOD-H&S with the guest Prof. A. Ramakrishna Prasad, JNTUH at the inauguration of AMMA-2014


Dr. Srivathsa, Dy. Director, DMRL felicitating the co-speaker Prof. M. A. Srinivasulu, JNTUH during AMMA – 2014.

Department of H&S organized a two day workshop on “Advanced mathematical Modelling and Applications – 2014” on 22nd and 23rd Dec 2014. Prof. A. Ramakrishna Prasad, JNTUH graced the event as chief guest for inauguration. Prof. M. A. Srinivas, JNTUH, Prof. D. Srinivasacharya, NIT Warangal and Dr. B. Srivathsa, DMRL delivered their valuable lectures.