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Placement Cell

About T & P Cell
Training & Placement Cell has an important role to play in student’s future and, therefore, is an indispensable pillar of the Institute. This department continuously strives to help students in pursuing their career goals by acquiring employment-seeking skills and ultimately to attain desired employment. This is accomplished through building a strong partnership amongst students, alumni, faculty members and industries. 
 
Shri Sharda group of education follows centralized training and placement activities to provide equal opportunity to the each student of the each branch by calling various MNCs and core companies along with organizing a series of various activities throughout the year to make the students well equipped to face the rigorous placement process and to grow for sustained excellence in career. 

 

 
 
 
 
 
 


In-House Training Programs

The aim of in-house training programs is to fill the gap between requirements of the industry and the caliber at hand. The results of the various beyond curricula technical & soft skills training that are continuing for last many years have started reaping. This has been very well seen in the recent increasing trend of rate of selections. To equip students with practical knowledge, they are given exposure to industry and other establishment by organizing regular visits to industries. The main training modules are :-

S. No. Specialized Training
1. Campus Recruitment Training
2. Training on soft skills
3. PHP
4.  Embedded Systems & Robotics
5. Autocad
6. DotNet

 

Industry  Institute Interaction Cell 
At Shri Sharda group of education, We know, theoretical knowledge is not enough for making a good professional career in engineering & management. With an aim to go beyond academics, the Industry-institute-interaction cell of the DPG arranges the industrial visits at pioneer companies of every domain as it provides students with an opportunity to learn practically through interaction, working methods and employment practices. It gives them exposure to current work practices as opposed to possibly theoretical knowledge being taught at college.