Placement Policy AY 2018-19

PREAMBLE: It is our endeavor to give appropriate profiles, desired locations and good pay packages to all our students of the MBA/PGDM programmes. Good Placement is an outcome of the joint efforts of the Corporate relations, Training & Placements Cell, Academics and commitment and caliber of the students.

Students must be pro-active in Sem III and IV and have Placements as their top priority. The Institute shall extend all possible support to the students in this aspect. However, the students must adhere to all rules and regulations and deadlines to maximize the chances of their getting placed. Although, we would not like to initiate any disciplinary action against any of our students, if in case a student fails to fulfill the requirements as laid down below, we may have to initiate disciplinary action in the interest of the rest of the students and in the long term interest of the institute’s relations with the corporate.

Placements support shall be provided to eligible and deserving students all round the year.

A] PRE-PLACEMENT OFFER:

1. If a student gets a pre-placement offer, then he should communicate to Dean – Corporate Relations accordingly.

2. The students shall be permitted to take up the offer after permission with the Dean – Corporate Relations.

B] CAMPUS RECRUITMENT PROCESS (CRP):

1. Introduction: The Dean – Corporate Relations and the T & P team shall liaise with recruiters and organize the Campus Recruitment process on the Campus or as a part of a “Pool-in” Campus.

2. Eligibility:
Eligibility at the Institute Level:
1. Students with no backlogs
2. Those who have cleared 100% course fees.
3. Students with minimum 85% attendance are eligible for placements.
4. Students need to submit an undertaking as per format “Final Placement Undertaking” to enroll for the CRP.
5. Only those students have given the undertaking within the stipulated time frame are eligible for placements.
6. Students should have 85% attendance for Employability Enhancement Program, conducted in Sem III

Eligibility at the Recruiter’s Level:
1. The recruiter might stipulate certain eligibility criteria for their CRP. Students need to meet the same.

3. Internal Communication Protocol:
Students must pass on the correct and working cell phone numbers and email ids to the Training and Placements office.
Students must check their e-mails at least twice a day.
Students must not switch off their cell phone during Sem III and IV and always remain accessible.
The Dean – Corporate Relations and the T & P team shall communicate the Recruiters' requirements, time line and other instructions through individual email / group email / e groups.
Hard copy notices of Recruiters requirements, time line and other instructions are displayed on the Placement Notice Board outside the Placement Office.
If in case students are leaving Pune for any reason what so ever they must inform the Dean – Corporate Relations and the T & P team in writing / email in advance and seek permission.

4. Classification of Recruiters:
A student gets TWO offers from the institute. One is the regular and the other is the dream company.
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.

5. Rules:
Once the candidate has registered his/ her name for interview, he/she has to appear for the Pre-Placement Talk (PPT) of the respective company failing which the respective candidate will be barred for next two companies participating in placement activity.

6. Preparation for CRP:
It is expected that students prepare a file, in hard copy, of all their academic records when appearing for campus recruitment process.
Updated soft copy of their CV in the Institute’s format should be submitted to the Dean – Corporate Relations and the T & P office.
At least 2 hard copies of their CV’s in the Institute’s format should be ready with them.

7. Registration for a Company:
Every student must thoroughly review the following aspects of the Job offer before registering for any Company:
a) Specialization
b) Profile
c) Package – CTC , Inhand
d) Location
e) Joining date
f) Medical Requirements
g) Age
Dean – Corporate Relations and the T & P team shall try to get maximum information about the offer prior to the Registration / PPT / Actual Selection process. However, many times the recruiters may not disclose full information in advance. In such a situation, the interested students must seek required information about the Company / Job offer during the Pre-Placement Talk. If required they should seek help from the training and placement office.

8 Pre-Placement Talk:
Students must be punctual in reporting for the recruitment process.
Students appearing for interviews have to be present in college dress code.
Those who have registered must attend the PPT.
In case of a Pool-In Campus, the Dean – Corporate Relations and the T & P team shall coordinate with the students and guide the students.
Students have the liberty to back out from further selection process after attending the PPT. This is last point at which they can backout.
This is the last chance for students to communicate directly with the recruiter and get their queries resolved. Hereafter they shall speak only to the Dean – Corporate relations.

9 Selection Process:
Once the student decides that he/she need not back out after the PPT, the student has to go through all the stages of the selection process as defined and scheduled by the recruiter.
Students cannot back out at any stage hereafter.
Students should not discuss any matter with the Recruiter’s directly. They must place their queries with the Dean – Corporate Relations only.
Students should not discuss any points (Package, Job profile, Location etc) at the time of interview.

10 Acceptance of Offer:
Students cannot reject the offer for what-so-ever reason once he/she is selected through all the rounds of the selection process.
In exceptional cases, the Dean – Corporate Relations shall liaison with the recruiter for clarifying / improving specific aspects of the offer.

11Joining Formalities:
Students must complete all the joining formalities immediately as per the schedule given by the Recruiter.
They will be given exemption from academic activity, if required on a case-to-case basis, provided they route the request to the Dean – Academics through the Dean – Corporate Relations.
The Dean – Corporate Relations shall act as the Single Point Contact for all issues related to Final Placements.
Decision of the Dean – Corporate Relations shall be final and binding on all the students who are a part of the CRP.

C] GETING A JOB OFFER OUTSIDE THE CRP:

1. 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.
2. The students shall be permitted to take up the offer after discussions between Dean – Corporate Relations
3. These students will be eligible for seeking jobs through CRP also.

 

Suryadatta Placement Policy: 

For Eligible Students : Suryadatta gives multiple placement opportunities to all eligible students irrespective of their overall academic & placement performance.  Students get offers in accordance with their performance in the selection process, as per the company norms and various other relevant factors in the area of their interest.                                

For Non Eligible: Suryadatta Placement team does rigorous efforts regularly and organises round the year Employability Enhancement programmes for the students to enhance, groom and train them for the required skills. Suryadatta goes beyond the general practice and offers Placement opportunities to Non eligible students also. Students get placed in suitable companies based on their competence, choice of company, location and other factors.