Q: Are students allowed to opt for Pre-Placement Offers?
A: Yes, students may be permitted to opt for PPOs. If a student gets a pre-placement offer, then he should communicate to the Dean – Corporate Relations. The student may be permitted to take up the offer after permission of the Director.
Q: What is the eligibility for Placements?
A: The Eligibility at the Institute Level is as follows-
Students with no backlogs.
Those who have cleared 100% course fees.
Students with minimum 85% attendance are eligible for placements.
Students should have 85% attendance for Employability Enhancement Program, conducted in Sem III.
Additionally recruiters may specify their eligibility criteria.
Q: Does SIMMC have a dream company concept?
A: Yes. A student gets TWO offers from the institute. One is the regular and the other is the dream company. The student after looking at the profile and the package of the company can communicate to the Dean – Corporate Relations and the T & P team about his choice of the dream company. This choice will be availed after the student has an offer from a regular company. If the student does not get selected for his declared dream company, he will not be allowed to sit for any further CRP.
Q: If I get a job offer on my own, will I be eligible for campus placements?
A: If a student gets a job on his/her own the same has to be communicated to the Dean – Corporate Relations. A copy of the offer/appointment letter must be submitted to the T&P office within 3 days of receiving the same. The students shall be permitted to take up the offer after discussions with the Director. These students will be eligible for seeking jobs through CRP also.
Q: Does the institute have a deferred placements policy?
A: The institute has a deferred placements policy as a safety net to those students who want to take up entrepreneurship as a career option right after graduating from SIMMC, but often hold back themselves for the fear of failure and losing out on a corporate career. The institute offers such students a placements opportunity for an extended window of 2 years after they pass out.