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A Placement center with a placement officer is effectively functioning and finding better job opportunities to all the passed out students. Mention may be made that some of our past students have been placed in foreign countries. About 221 students have been placed in various companies from various departments. Companies that frequently visiting our campus includes

  • Mahindra Satyam
  • Craftsman
  • Fujitech
  • Nokia Siemens
  • L & T
  • TVS, Chennai
  • First Source
  • Aqua-Sub Engineering
  • Ashok Leyland
  • Staan Bio-medicals
  • Cap Digi Solutions
  • Ideal Pumps
  • Ford India Pvt.Ltd
  • Toyota & Tsusho
  • Water Health India Pvt.Ltd
  • Saint Gobain Industries
  • TPRS Enterprises
  • Sakthi Safety Glass India
  • Balaji Building Technologies Private Ltd.,
  • Timken India
  • Owens Corning

We train up our students in various placement activities like
  • Soft Skills: Soft skills improve ones personality traits or character traits, interpersonal skills and social skills. They are intangible, less measurable, and not so easy to observe. Soft skills in an individual by observing their behavior, how well they interact with others and their ability to effectively lead others. Some examples of soft skills are: communication skills, problem solving skills, analytical skills, facilitation skills, leadership skills, coaching skills, motivation skills, adaptability, articulate, innovative, patient, and competitive spirit.
  • Personality Development: Personality means characteristics and appearance of a person pattern of thought, feeling, behavior, communication ability and physical features. A child inherits many personality traits from its parents. Personality of a person takes its basic formation in the beginning period of childhood. Its experiences in the family and the society are very crucial. Friends, teachers and the environment of school have their own positive or negative impact.
  • Aptitude Test: There are various types of test that may be offered. General aptitude tests, also commonly known as general intelligence or mental ability tests, are normally used to assess candidates below graduate level, although some tests are available for graduate and other high ability candidates applying for management and technical posts. With a mixture of words, symbols, numbers and shapes, a candidate is typically expected to fill in a gap or complete a sequence usually within a set time limit.
  • Group Discussion: A group discussion (GD) is a simulated exercise, where one cannot suddenly put up a show, since the evaluators will see through you easily. Normally groups of 8-10 candidates are formed into a leaderless group, and are given a specific situation to analyze and discuss within a given time limit. The group may be given a case study and asked to come out with a solution for a problem. The group may be given a topic and asked to discuss on the same. A panel will observe the proceedings and evaluate the members of the group.