THE RIGHT OPPORTUNITIES FOR THE FUTURE LEADERS

SUMMARY OF PLACEMENTS (2018-19)

Companies Visited:

78

Students Placed:

139

Highest Package:

INR 12 lakhs/year

Average Package:

INR 4.75 lakhs/year

OUR RECRUITMENT PARTNERS

TRAINING CALENDAR

  • English Immersion Course

  • IT Skills

  • Aptitude Training

  • Life Skills (Outbound training)

  • Aptitude Training

  • Soft-skill Training

  • Advanced IT Training

  • Aptitude Training

  • Advanced IT Training

  • Domain Specific Training

  • Pre-placement Training

    • Mock GD

    • Mock PI

  • Domain Specific Training

  • Final Placement

Semester I
  • English Immersion Course

  • IT Skills

  • Aptitude Training

  • Life Skills (Outbound training)

Semester II
  • Aptitude Training

  • Soft-skill Training

  • Advanced IT Training

Semester III
  • Aptitude Training

  • Advanced IT Training

  • Domain Specific Training

  • Pre-placement Training

    • Mock GD

    • Mock PI

Semester IV
  • Domain Specific Training

  • Final Placement

TRAINING

Weekly in-house training is a requisite for placements at RVIM. All students who are enrolled for our MBA programme shall have mandatory sessions on their weekly schedule for in-house training. Through a combination of guest lectures, seminars, and workshops, these sessions enhance our students’ employability skills. During the course of the training programmes, we cover a wide range of aptitudes and competencies such as:

PLACEMENT PROCESS

CAMPUS PLACEMENTS

We leverage our industry linkages to provide our students with immense opportunities through on-campus as well as off-campus placements. The latter is conducted in respective organisations where management students from different colleges are invited to take part.

The common selection process that companies follow includes:

INTERNSHIP AND DISSERTATION

The pedagogy at RVIM requires students to take up summer internships under the guidance of a faculty member at the end of the second semester. Such programmes allow our scholars to analyse different career prospects and choose the path they wish to pursue. The aim of the summer internship projects is to build strong foundational skills through a hands-on approach.

Selection procedure

The placement cell notifies the availability of projects to prospective interns through regular mails. Once students respond to these mails, they are grouped to conduct preliminary interviews. Following this, students are offered permission through official letters from the companies to proceed with their assigned work. On successful completion of the internship, the project report is evaluated by a panel of examiners.

PLACEMENT STAFF

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Mrs. Uma Sharma

Asst. Professor

Area of specialisation: Marketing and General Management

Mrs. Uma Sharma comes with impeccable experience in industry and academic level knowledge in Marketing and General Management. She has published papers in national and international journals and is currently pursuing her Ph.D. in Brand Performance.

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Ms. Payal Jindal

Head-Career Development Center

Area of specialisation: Human Resources

Ms. Payal Jindal is actively involved in campus placements, providing career counselling to our students through industry and academic collaborations. She identifies the training needs of the companies and arranges the same for students preparing for placements

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Ms. Lakshmi A

Staff Member

Ms. Lakshmi A is an active staff member of the Centre for Training and Placement.
She diligently coordinates with trainers, recruiters, training coordinators, placement coordinator, Director, students, and alumni to maintain records and help the team in executing training and placement activities.

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