Industry Readiness Programmes

School of Information Technology aims at broadening the outlook and strengthening the skills of Graduate students to prepare them for the changing roles and demands of IT Industry.The alumni of this Institute occupy top positions in industry, R&D and academia in India and abroad. Over and above a rigorous academic schedule, we place a great emphasis on all-round development of our students.

The Industry Readiness Program is specifically designed to bridge the skill gap and make the graduates ready for the IT industry. The focus is on honing the skills of the students in clearing the aptitude and the technical tests. Every year we have a faculty meeting to discuss the emergence of new technologies and their relevance to our curriculum. Student's training in soft skills courses is gauged every semester and necessary plan for student's improvement is sketched. Aptitude tests and placement training programs. Along with the minor and major projects, qualified students are provided with internships to experience the real time environment before entering into the industry. Industry feedback is taken and their suggestions are given due importance while implementation.
Training programmes organized :
bullet As a part of the Placement drives organized a One day workshop on "Employability Skills Workshop" by TCS, HR team on 25th August, 2011.
bullet A Half Day workshop on the topic "INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATION SKILLS" on 3rd March, 2010 (at 2.00 pm) by an eminent speaker in soft skills training, Mr.AKSHAY WAL.
bullet "Human Resources Managers meet" on 6th March, 2010 along with University Placement Cell.
bullet Two days workshop for SIT students on "Campus Placements Awareness" during 3rd-4th May, 2009.
bullet Three-days orientation program for the Placement Officers under the Campus Recruitment Drive Programme (CRDP) during 7th May to 9th May, 2007.
bullet Five days workshop "TRAIN THE TRAINER PROGRAMME (TTT) on SOFT SKILLS" under CAMPUS RECRUITMENT DRIVE PROGRAMME (CRDP) during July 23rd 27th, 2007.