Placement cell

TRAINING, PLACEMENT AND CAREER GUIDANCE CELL

Functions of the cell:

  1. To inculcate self confidence in students to freely express and present their ideas
  2. To provide training to solve Aptitude problems and improve their core subject knowledge.
  3. To give Industrial exposure through experts from industries.
  4. To develop the Leadership qualities with professional ethics and societal awareness
  5. To invite successful Alumni to guide and motivate fresher’s for higher education, career and research
  6. To provide the students with the best career options
  7. To provide the organization with optimum contribution towards making the organizational philosophy happen
  8. To provide the students with job stability and new professional avenues to discover and actualize their potentials
  9. To fulfill the dreams of thousands of parents, by providing their wards with the best career options
  10. To fulfill social obligations, by giving back managers and engineers molded on values to the society so that these professionals take care of the social needs

Placement Support

  • Maintaining regular interaction with the industry through Seminars, Guest Lectures, Conferences, Corporate Meets etc.
  • Planning and organizing On-Campus as well as Off-Campus recruitment activities.
  • Providing assistance to the students for completing summer training projects.
  • Providing requisite training to students in the area of Personality Development and Communication Skills.
  • Developing database of students and presenting their curriculum to various industries.
  • Providing management consultancy for students live projects.
  • Organizing Inter-Cultural exchange with other institutions and industries.

Placement Track and Statistics:

STUDENT PLACEMENT SUMMARY 2015-20

STUDENTS GRADUATED DEPARTMENTWISE 2015-20

STUDENTS PLACED (ON CAMPUS AND OFF CAMPUS) DEPARTMENTWISE 2015-20

STUDENT PLACEMENT STATISTICS 2015-20

Higher Studies Track and Statistics

HIGHER STUDIES SUMMARY 2015-20

HIGHER STUDIES DEPARTMENT WISE 2015-20

HIGHER STUDIES STATISTICS 2015-20

ACADEMIC YEAR 2018-19

 

SL.NO

NAME OF THE COMPANY

DATE OF THE CAMPUS DRIVE

SELECTED/ SHORT LISTED

SALARY PACKAGE

ON/ OFF / POOL CAMPUS

DIRECT / AMCAT / COCUBES

1

GO SPEEDY GO

25-07-2018

34

412000

ON

DIRECT

2

SURYA TECH SOLUTIONS

22-02-2019

29

216000

ON

DIRECT

3

C3I Solutions

5/10/2018

28

270000

ON

DIRECT

4

FINO PAYMENTS BANK 

22-03-2019

22

200000

ON

DIRECT

5

AMAZON 

21-01-2019

19

270000

ON

DIRECT

6

ALIENS GROUP

6/3/2019

19

200000

ON

DIRECT

7

Q-SPIDER

22-01-2019

12

250000

ON

DIRECT

8

GLOBAL LOGIC 

20-03-2019

12

250000

POOL

DIRECT

9

SMARTNERD

13-02-2019

10

320000

ON 

DIRECT

10

TCS Ninja

2/9/2018

9

360000

OFF

DIRECT

11

VALUE MOMENTUM

20-07-2019

8

325000

POOL

DIRECT

12

VI - HAWK 

27-09-2018

5

220000

ON

DIRECT

13

IBM 

3/5/2019

5

300000

ON

DIRECT

14

COGNIZANT (CTS)

29-01-2019

4

350000

ON

DIRECT

15

MPHASIS

11/2/2019

4

300000

POOL

DIRECT

16

SONATA SOFTWARE

25-02-2019

4

350000

ON

COCUBES

17

C3i SOLUTIONS ( An HCL Technologies Company)

15-04-2019

4

350000

ON

DIRECT

18

JARO EDUCATION

16-11-2018

3

750000

ON

DIRECT

19

WIPRO

17-11-2018

3

350000

OFF

DIRECT

20

EFFTRONICS

22-11-2018

3

300000

ON

DIRECT

21

VALUE MOMENTUM

22-12-2018

3

350000

POOL

DIRECT

22

ZENSAR TECHNOLOGIES

27-12-2018

3

300000

POOL

DIRECT

23

HI-FAB ENGINEERS LTD.

28-01-2019

3

250000

ON 

DIRECT

24

HCL TECHNOLOGIES

21-06-2019

3

250000

ON

DIRECT

25

Alienns Infra &constructions

22-10-2018

2

240000

OFF

COCUBES

26

NTT-DATA

6/11/2018

2

300000

POOL

DIRECT

27

ERWIN TECHNOLOGIES

6/2/2019

2

300000

ON

DIRECT

28

ATOS - SYNTEL

8/3/2019

2

300000

POOL

DIRECT

29

MPHASIS 

4/4/2019

2

300000

POOL

DIRECT

30

SNOVASYS

10/4/2019

2

340000

ON

DIRECT

31

AMAZON - TRMS

24-05-20189

2

315000

ON

DIRECT

32

COGNIZANT (CTS)

21-07-2019

2

339000

POOL

DIRECT

33

Hexaware Software Technologies

1/10/2018

1

250000

ON

DIRECT

34

TRAVEL TRIPPER

20-12-2018

1

300000

POOL

DIRECT

35

ICONMA SOLUTIONS

20-12-2018

1

240000

OFF

COCUBES

36

INFOSYS - PHASE -1

27-12-2018

1

365000

POOL

DIRECT

37

TA DIGITALS FOR 2018 BATCH

18-01-2019

1

325000

POOL

DIRECT

38

PATH CARE SOLUTIONS

8/2/2019

1

225000

POOL

COCUBES

39

NAVAYUGA INFO TECH

12/3/2019

1

250000

POOL

COCUBES

40

AMAZON - TECHNICAL ROLES

16-04-2019

1

300000

ON

DIRECT

41

IBM-GTS

4/5/2019

1

365000

ON

DIRECT

42

SPOORTS TECHNOLOGY PVT. LTD

14-05-2019

1

250000

POOL

COCUBES

43

INNOVACX 

25-05-2019

1

300000

POOL

COCUBES

ACADEMIC YEAR 2019-20

SL.NO.

NAME OF THE COMPANY 

DATE OF EVENT

SALARY PACKAGE

ON / OFF CAMPUS

NO.OF STUDENTS SELECTED

1

HCL TECHNOLOGIES

25-02-2020

2,85,000

ON

18*

2

INRHYTHM SOLUTIONS

5/3/2020

5,00,000

ON

1*

3

JARO EDUCATION

11/3/2020

12,00,000

ON

1*

4

SURYA TECH SOLUTIONS

18-11-2019

1,92,000

ON

89

5

INSMAGRO GLOBAL SOLUTIONS

11/11/2019

2,40,000

ON

42

6

PEOPLE LINK COMMUNICATIONS 

15-02-2020

2,50,000

ON

22

7

TCS 

6/9/2019

3,83,000

OFF

13

8

GENPACT

30-12-2019

2,85,000

ON

13

9

EFFTRONICS

4/11/2019

3,50,000

ON

9

10

EIDIKO SYSTEMS

7/11/2019

2,00,000

ON

8

11

IBM - GTS

30-09-2019

3,00,000

ON

7

12

GLENNWOOD SYSTEMS

26-02-2020

2,60,000

ON

7

13

VALUE MOMENTUM

24-01-2020

3,60,000

ON

6

14

VI-HAWK

4/21/2020

240,000

ON

6

15

AMAZON ( DIGITAL ROLES )

29-01-2020

2,70,000

ON 

5

16

VISTEX

30-08-2019

3,60,000

OFF

4

17

COGNIZANT

30-10-2019

4,00,000

ON

4

18

MEDHA SERVO

26-11-2019

3,40,000

OFF

4

19

COGNIZANT ( PHASE-2)

25-01-2020

4,00,000

ON

4

20

SMARTNERD

19-07-2019

3,00,000

ON

3

21

TECH MAHINDRA

4/2/2020

3,25,000

POOL

3

22

ZENSAR

5/9/2019

3,50,000

OFF

2

23

WIPRO

22-10-2019

4,00,000

OFF

2

24

NTT DATA

18-09-2019

3,50,000

ON

1

25

MINDTREE

19-10-2019

3,50,000

OFF

1

26

POLE 2 WIN

28-12-2019

3,00,000

OFF

1

27

LIDO LEARNING

11/1/2020

10,00,000

ON

1


 


 

 

Pre Placement Training Activities 2019-20

S. No

Date

Topic

Name of Resource person

Number of Students Attended

CSE

ECE

EEE

MECH

CIVIL

1

18-07-2019 to

24-07-2019

TCS CODEVITA & NQT (NINJA) COMPANY SPECIFIC TRANING

Hemanth&Suhasini

89

71

28

11

06

2

03-08-2019 to

06-08-2019

JARO RECRUITMENT SPECIFIC TRAINING

Gurhanandhan.E

84

79

21

51

12

3

14-08-2019 to            17-08-2019

GOLDMAN SACHS HACKER RANK BASED TECHNICAL TRAINING

Kiranmayi

91

84

26

--

--

4

06-09-2019 to             09-09-2019

JUSPAY, HITACHI, WIPRO,NTT DATA,  COGNIZANT SPECIFIC TRAINING

Amogh Deshmukh, Rajashekhar Naidu, Avinash

102

98

39

64

21

5

25-10-2019 to              27-10-2019

CORE ELECTRICAL & ELECTRONICS COMPANY SPECIFIC TRANING (EFFTRONICS & SURYA TECH SOLUTIONS)

Department Internal Faculty

--

101

41

42

--

6.

10-11-2019  to                  11-11-2019

AUTOCAD & CNC TRAINING

Department Faculty

--

--

--

90

36

7

29-12-2019

Core Opportunities in ISRO, Defence, Army, Airforce, SAIL,

Dr. Sudhakar

112

98

31

64

28

8

04-04-2020

A.I &IoT Tools

NASSCOM

22

44

09

01

00

 

                       

Pre Placement Training Activities 2018-19

S. No

Date

Topic

Name of Resource person

Number of Students Attended

CSE

ECE

EEE

MECH

CIVIL

1

30-07-2018

Carrer Guidance on Industry Internship Opportunities and Placement

Mr.SathyaThopally

121

106

38

55

27

2

25-09-2018

IT & ITES opportunities and Preparation Methods to crack preliminary tests

SatishDatla

124

104

31

48

22

3

09-10-2018

TCS , INFOSYS, COGNIZANT & WIPRO test Patterns and Cracking Techniques

Amogh Deshmukh,

Rajashekhar Naidu & Rajesh Kumar

94

86

22

12

04

4

21-01-2019

Core Engineering Industry Job Opportunities & Government Job Opportunities

Sri S Vijay Kumar
Deputy Director(Mech) Incharge,
MSME –DI Hyderabad

--

84

39

78

27

5

12-02-2019

Entrepreneurship Opportunities and Approaches

NEN Wadhwani Team

71

62

31

62

22

 

                                       

 

       

 

Industry Institution Partnership Cell (IIPC) is responsible in building institute-industry collaboration for mutual benefit.

Objectives of IIP Cell

The objective of the IIP Cell is to reduce the gap between industry expectations (practice) and academic offerings (theory) by direct involvement of industry to attain a symbiosis. Indian industry at present has reached the most crucial turning point where it has to face the dynamic demands of the competitive domestic and global markets through the provisions of high quality products and services. To survive and succeed in this new scenario, the input that is most essential is the human resource. As technologies change rapidly, retraining and updating of the work force continuously are becoming major challenges facing every country today. Industries and Technical Institution have a strong mutuality of interest which forms the basis for having IIP-cells.

The institutes set up an industry-institute Partnership Cell with the following objectives:

  1. Developing close links between Industry-Institute by interaction programs. High priority is given to activities-designed to bring about improvement in the performance of industries.
  2. Mobilizing industrial personnel- A partnership approach
  3. Identifying the present-day requirements for professionals and meeting the future human resource needs.
  4. Disseminating technical advances through informal educational techniques.
  5. Training the shop floor personnel's through continuing education program.
  6. Publishing and issuing technical bulletins news letter and course material with latest technological developments.
  7. Organizing seminars, symposium, exhibitions and workshops.
  8. Collaborating with other societies (National and International) having similar objectives.
  9. Widening and effectively implementing the area of R&D and consultancy

 

Functions of the cell:

S.No

Function No

Function

PO MAPPING

 

1

 

F1

To conduct Industrial Training, Industrial Visits industrial exhibitions for the students and faculty to highlight research facilities and expertise available with the Institute.

PO2, PO3, PO4, PO5

2

F2

Organizing seminars, symposiums, exhibitions and workshops on latest technological advancements, evaluation of project work with the collaborative

efforts between industrial experts and institute departments Industrial Visit

PO4, PO5, PO9, PO10

3

F3

Motivate the Students to take Internship Program to gain real time industrial knowledge

PO1, PO5, PO12

4

F4

To give industrial exposure to Faculty members and students, thus enabling them to tune their knowledge to cope with the industrial culture

PO6, PO12

5

F5

To coordinate/ identify industrial partners for proposing ‘Centre for Excellence’.

PO6, PO9

6

F6

To take Memorandum of Understanding between the institute and industries to bring the two  sides emotionally and strategically closer

PO9, PO12

FACILITIES OF THE CELL

 

  1. Proper Transport Facility for Conducting Industrial Visits.
  2. For conducting Expert Talks, all the required facilities like Seminar Hall, Audio/ Video Equipment and proper transport for the concerned Expert are provided.
  3. After completing Internship Program by the students, Incubation Lab facility is provided to exhibit their prototypes.
  4. Concerned department Lab facilities are arranged for conducting workshops.
  5. Project Labs and Incubation Centre are arranged for taking Memorandum of Understanding between the institute and industries

Roles and Responsibilities

Coordinators:

  1. The primary focus is to interact with elite industries and extend the efforts in establishing partnership with industries across the country in near future.
  2. To interact with industry and organizations for providing training and internships to students in Industries.
  3. Organizing seminars, symposiums, exhibitions and workshops on latest technological advancements, evaluation of project work 
  4. Fund Rising for committee related activities and events by taking proper approval from higher officials
  5. To encourage each department to take initiation for signing MOUs to pursue research related activities for benefit of students.

Committee Members:

  1. Arranging industrial training for students and faculty members by taking proper approvals from the Officials.
  2. Identifying the opportunities for student project work in various Industries.
  3. Encourage the department level tie-ups or MOUs with Industries for the mutual benefit.
  4. Research and development activities with industry.
  5. Promoting consultancy activities, training courses for industry people.
  6. Enrich the teaching learning process through identified industrial training / visit.
  7. Planning for student’s industrial visit.
  8. Inviting industry experts for guest lectures, seminars and expertise sharing.

Student Members:

  1. To take the initiation for conducting industrial tours, workshops and expert talks
  2. To coordinate with respective department committee coordinators for more no. of students to participate in internships in various industries
  3. To help the faulty coordinators after completion of events for taking data, preparing reports and to collect feedback from the students.

Industry Institution Partnership Cell (IIPC)  Activities :

Committee Members

S.No

Name of the staff/Student

Designation

Department

Position Held

1

Dr.K.Radhika

Asssociate Professor

CIVIL

Coordinator 1

2

Mr. Mahesh

Assistant Professor

CIVIL

Coordinator 2

3

Mr.Gopinath

Assistant Professor

EEE

Member

4

Ms.Nagajyothi

Assistant Professor

ECE

Member

5

Mr.K.Venkata Krishna

Assistant Professor

CSE & IT

Member

6

Dr.Pradeep

Assistant Professor

H & S

Member

7

Ms.Kokila

Assistant Professor

ME

Member

 

 

IIPC Student Committee Members

S.No

Department

Name of the student

Phone Number

Email Id

 

1

 

1

CIVIL

R.Manoj Kumar(III year ) 17BK1A0148

8977678009

rathikindamanojkumar@gmail.com

K.Sai Teja(IV year) 17BK5A0113

8099224913

saitejadce97@gmail.com

2

EEE

D.Keerthana (IV year) 17BK1A0206

9100763307
 

 

keethudeva1222000@gmail.com

 

Manan (III Year) 18BK1A0219

8125443376

mananpatel1947@yahoo.com

3

ECE

Varsha Reddy (III ECE) 18BK1A04B3

7207922999

varshareddy2912@gmail.com

M.Krishna Teja (IV ECE) 17BK1A0433

7093314217

tejumamidanna@gmail.com

4

CSE

Shalini 17BK1A05C8(IV CSE C)

6304412026

karipe.shalini1999@gmail.com

Santhosh (III CSE C) 18BK1A05E9

6305525767

santhoshkumar140701@gmail.com

5

IT

M.Jyothika Keerthi 19BK1A1228(II IT)

7396363932

jyothika289@gmail.com

M.Sasi Kiran (II IT)19BK1A1232

8367237248

sasikiranmuppa2427@gmail.com

6

MECH

N.Sri Lakshmi  (III year) 19BK5A0350               

7780252641               

swathinamoju14234@gmail.com                                  

Rohit(IV year) 17BK1A0312          

8125303121               

garaga36@gmail.com                                       

 

1.CVIL DEPARTMENT

2. CSE DEPARTMENT

LIST OF GUEST LECTURE'S AND DEPARTMENT LEVEL MOU'S FROM A.Y 19-20

LIST OF INTERNSHIPS DEPARTMENT LEVEL FROM A.Y 19-20

LIST OF GUEST LECTURE'S AND DEPARTMENT LEVEL MOU'S FROM A.Y 2016,17,18,19-20

3.ECE DEPARTMENT

IIPC_Overall_Summary

Industrial_Visit_Summary_Overall

18-19 Workshops Summary

19-20 Workshops Summary

17-18 Guest Lectures Summary

18-19 Guest Lecture Summary

19-20 Guest Lecture Summary

20-21 Guest Lectures Summary

Internships 17-18

Internships 18-19

Internships 19-20

Internships 20-21

3.EEE DEPARTMENT

IIPC List of Internships AY:2019-20

IIPC List of Guest Lectures, Mou's and Workshops AY:2017,18,19-20

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