Placement Methedology

The Industry collaboration is required in all aspects of the projects and not just placement
LRCPL has tied up with organisations in India – These organisations would be used to tie up for the new courses.

  We have Corporate Placement tie-ups to place participants who are looking for jobs after completing courses. We have very strong links with the industry and continue to receive generous support that proves to be of immense value in arranging training to the students to strengthen their technical & personal skills.

Placement of Trainees:
a. On receiving information file, the placement office announces the requirement of the company, asking interested students to submit their resumes or marks criteria, which are then handed over to the company.
c. A mutually convenient date is finalized for the selection process/ campus recruitment drive.
d. After completion of the selection process, the company is required to furnish the final list of selected students preferably on the same day, or as soon as possible.
e. The company sends offer letters to the Placement Office for handing them over to the students. Offer acceptances (from the students) are received and sent to the company by the Placement Office.

Identifying and Contacting potential employers:

For each employability program, LRCPL Placement Cell identifies potential employees for the trained students. This is done by mapping the expected exit profile of the students of the program with the job profile of openings by various companies. Once you’ve identified employers that interest you, conduct some research to determine what types of positions exist within the organization. Are you interested in and qualified for any of these positions? If so, conduct additional research to determine the company’s needs, profile and culture so that you can market yourself effectively.

Establishing connects with employers :

The Placement Cell will contact the potential employers. The program objectives, student profiles, expected exit profiles, benefits of taking part in the placement process for the program and salary expectations of the students are shared with the employers. The Placement Cell also seeks information on the number and nature of openings which the employers may fulfill through this program to assist in the creation of a large funnel. Finally the employers are asked to share their recruitment process information so that students can be prepared for the same.

Organizing Placements : Depending on the nature of the program, the placement process could be through a placement fair, Campus activity. In the job fair approach the local centres arrange the infrastructure and mobilise students for day long placements. The Placement Cell ensures the participation of a large number of employers in these fairs. The employers conduct interviews and issue employment letters to selected candidates.

The placement process is tracked to ensure that each student gets to appear in a minimum of 3 interviews, preferably from different types of organisations. So far, less than 15% need the 3rd interview. LRCPL has a vast experience in this area and would be able to mobilise resources to create capacities