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The Career Guidance & Placement Bureau is here to help you understand your strengths, weakness, and interests, and guide you through the process of exploring various career options. It is important that you start planning for your career early.

We offer a variety of student-centric services that complement classroom learning to prepare students for careers in industry, entrepreneurship, research or further study.

Set up in the year 2000, the Career Guidance and Placement Bureau functions across all academic departments and offers placement assistance.

Vision & Mission

Our Vision

Career Guidance and Placement Bureau serves students and external organizations in line with the goals of CMR Group of Institutions to foster centers of excellence in training, research and consultancy.

Our Mission

Our Goals

Short-Term Goals

Long-Term Goals

Career Guidance and Placement Bureau

CMR Institute of Technology’s academic dinstiction is echoed in its students’ consummate record in placements in the corporate and engineering sectors. CMRIT has consistently maintained an admirable recruitment record. The graduates and post- graduates of CMRIT have been recruited by some of the industry’s top corporations, besides leading Indian companies.

The sheer miscellany of the Indian economy and society, whose different hues are represented among the students and faculty, prepares the students to work in the global multicultural business firms and industries.

The Career Guidance and Placement Bureau at CMRIT plays a pivotal role in preparing students their personal and professional life college. Set up in 2000, the Career Guidance and Placement Bureau functions across all academic departments and offers placement assistance.

We put forward a variety of student-centric services as a single window point for career counselling and development in the engineering & technology fields which complement classroom learning and prepare students for careers in industry, entrepreneurship, research or further study.

We work personally with our industry cohorts to apprise ourselves of their project requirements, needs and expectations for the campus hiring process, and then pore over to find students who best match the requirements of the placement opportunities through on/off campus hiring, internships or projects.

The Entrepreneurship Development Cell proffers programmes and platforms for those students who are involved in entrepreneurship. The Maker Space at CMRIT acts as a facilitator for students by helping uncover their hidden potential. It is a dedicated space for students and staff, where prospects explore new technologies and fresh methodologies, ensuring their growth into proficient thinkers, makers and innovators of current times. The Maker Space also lends a hand to students with coaching and access to external partners and alumni.

The Centre of Excellence offers students a way in to the on-campus Centre of Excellence (CoE), shaped through CMRIT’s industry affiliation. Through these centres, students can complete projects through the use of the most recent technologies. The CMRIT faculty is qualified in these areas, and support student initiatives through project mentorship and direction.

CMRIT is also engaged with the CMR Life Skills Institute that recommends a number of training programmes for progression of soft skills such as communication and presentation ability, email and business etiquette, body language improvement, teamwork and other enrichment methods.

The Career Guidance & Placement Bureau organises many activities and events right through the year. These endeavours target students and help them find and plan career placements.

Some of these activities include:

For students interested in continuing their education through Post Graduation, Doctoral and Research programmes:-

Irrespective of the professional preferences, whether pursuing further studies, finding a corporate position or becoming an entrepreneur, we make it possible for students to appreciate their potential, goals, interests, and career preferences so that they may take the corresponding appropriate steps to advance their personal and professional goals.

Here at CMRIT, we understand that each student is unique and has different aspirations. The Career Guidance and Placements Bureau at CMRIT endeavours to support each and every student’s individual journey. With a remarkable 709 offer letters this year, we continue our progress so that we can help enhance the lives of the thousands of graduates who seek to accomplish their calling.

2017-18 Achievements

2017-18 Achievements (PDF Document)

Students

The Career Guidance & Placement Bureau is here to help you understand your strengths, weakness, and interests, and guide you through the process of exploring various career options. It is important that you start planning for your career early.

We offer our services to students of the following courses. We invite you to come meet us to learn how we can help you prepare with confidence.

UNDERGRADUATE

POSTGRADUATE

What We Do?

We understand that each of you is unique, and have different aspirations and plans for your careers ahead. Whether you are interested in pursuiing further study, starting your own company or working in industry, we are here to help.

Campus Hiring

We work closely with our industry partners to understand their project requirements, needs and expectations for the campus hiring process, and then match eligible students with placement opportunities through on/off campus hiring, internships and projects.

Entrepreneurship

The Entrepreneurship Development Cell offers programs and seminars for those students who are interested in entrepreneurship. It also assists students with coaching and access to external partners and alumni.

Further Study

For students interested in continuing their education through Post Graduation, Doctoral and Research programmes,

  1. We act as a liaison to help bring students in touch with faculty from the academic departments for guidance.
  2. We connect students with research opportunities through the Research department
  3. We help students get in touch with our alumni who are pursuing higher studies abroad, for guidance on application processes, information and admissions requirements

What resources are available?

Centres of Excellence

Students will have access to the on-campus Centres of Excellence (CoE) created through CMRIT’s industry partnerships and alliances. Through these centres, you will complete projects that allow you to work with the latest technologies. Our faculty are trained in these areas, and you will be able to leverage their expertise through project mentorship and guidance.

CMR Life Skills Institute

We have partnered with the CMR Life Skills Institute to offer a number of training programmes for development of soft skills such as communication and presentation skills, email and business etiquette, body language improvement, working in teams, and other aptitude enhancement methods. Students will benefit from interview preparedness workshops and seminars. These courses are integrated into the curriculum so that every student will be able to leverage this exposure.

Preparation & Placement

The Career Guidance & Placement Bureau conducts many activities and events throughout the year. These initiatives directly target the students and help them prepare and plan for career placements.

Below is a glimpse into some of those activities.

  1. Soft skills training is conducted for all students from 1st semester onwards. This applies to both undergraduate and post graduate programs
  2. Mini projects for undergraduate students that help them prepare for their final projects.
  3. “PREPARE” program for pre-final year students across all streams in undergraduate programmes. This special initiative is valuable preparation for the placement process.

It includes:

  1. Technical training from external and internal faculty to address skill gaps for corporate readiness
  2. Orientation program for students delivered by our industry partners
  3. Latest technology-specific training and certification programs
  4. Soft skills training focused on interview preparedness, presentation and communication skills
  5. Guest lecture series from industry experts from recruiting companies.
  6. Talks by our alumni who represent the companies participating in the placement drives.

Placement Process

Each year, we invite our industry partners  and other reputed organizations to the college campus to participate in the placement process for both Undergraduate (6th Semester) and Postgraduate (3rd Semester) programmes. Each student receives placement guidelines and rules from the placements office and must adhere to the process.

  1. Visiting companies on-campus/off-campus will interact with the eligible students directly during pre-placement talks (PPT). During these sessions, they will provide overviews of the job profiles, job descriptions, compensation, company’s expectations and other specific requirements.
  2. Students will participate in the interview process specific to the visiting company (Example: Written test(s) / Group Discussion(s) / Presentations / Technical Interviews / Personal Interviews). Shortlisted students will be notified if they receive an offer.

Students should remain in constant touch with the placements office even after receiving an offer. Faculty placement co-ordinators and companies will ensure that post-offer criteria and requirements are adhered to.

What are the expectations from students?

Eligible students from various departments in both Undergraduate and Postgraduate programs, who are participating in the placements process, are expected to adhere to the placement rules and guidelines. Students will receive a hardcopy of these guidelines. The placement process commences before the start of the placement season.

 

Parents

Our goal is to help students apply their education and experiences towards advancing their career goals.

Irrespective of the choice of career, be it continuing education, working for an organization, or entrepreneurship, we enable students to understand their strengths, goals, interests, and future career options so that they may take appropriate steps towards career preparation and personal growth.

Statistics indicate that the average person switches careers approximately 10-15 times in a lifetime. Keeping this in mind, we encourage students to develop their career goals keeping in mind their strengths and current career options that are compatible with their skills and interests.

We work closely with our industry partners to understand their project requirements, needs and expectations for the campus hiring process, and then match eligible students with placement opportunities through on/off campus hiring, internships and projects.

Students have access to the on-campus Centres of Excellence (CoE) created through CMRIT’s industry partnerships and alliances. Through these centres, students complete project work that enables them to work with the latest technologies. Faculty are trained in these areas, and students are able to leverage their expertise through project mentorship and guidance. The Entrepreneurship Development Cell offers programs and seminars for students interested in entrepreneurship.

For students interested in continuing their education through Post Graduation, Doctoral and Research programmes,

  1. We act as a liaison to help bring students in touch with faculty from the academic departments for guidance.
  2. We connect students with research opportunities through our Research Department.
  3. We help students get in touch with our alumni who are pursuing higher studies abroad, for guidance on application processes, information and admissions requirements

Preparation For Placements

The Career Guidance & Placement Bureau conducts many activities and events throughout the year. These initiatives directly target the students and help them prepare and plan for career placements.

Below is a glimpse into some of those activities.

  • Soft skills training is conducted for all students from 1st semester onwards. This applies to both undergraduate and post graduate programs
  • Mini projects for undergraduate students that help them prepare for their final projects.
  • “PREPARE” program for pre-final year students across all streams in undergraduate programmes. This special initiative is valuable preparation for the placement process.

It includes:

  • Technical training from external and internal faculty to address skill gaps for corporate readiness
  • Orientation program for students delivered by our industry partners
  • Latest technology-specific training and certification programs
  • Soft skills training focused on interview preparedness, presentation and communication skills
  • Guest lecture series from industry experts from recruiting companies.
  • Talks by our alumni who represent the companies participating in the placement drives.

How can you help us?

  • Be a guiding mentor for students. If you are an entrepreneur or industry professional, our students are interested in hearing from you. We welcome you to come on campus to deliver a guest lecture on career guidance, internships, project work and placements, etc.
  • Be an ambassador to your organization. Help connect the college with your stakeholders

You can reach us at placements@cmrit.ac.in

 

Recruiters

CMRIT Career Guidance and Placements Bureau welcomes participation from organizations of all kinds, from startups to large, multi-national corporations.

At CMRIT, you will find undergraduate students with backgrounds in the following disciplines: Computer Science & Engineering, Electrical & Electronics Engineering, Electronics & Communication Engineering, Information Science & Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Telecommunication Engineering and postgraduate students from Master of Computer Application – MCA and Master of Business Administration – MBA who have been shaped through a rigorous academic environment and mentored by exceptional faculty. Faculty at CMRIT are active in research, periodically publish papers, patents and are involved in industrial consultancy.

With our existing on-campus facilities, we frequently host and conduct placement drives, both large and small.

Facilities include the following.

  • Multiple discussion rooms for technical and personal interviews
  • Four seminar halls (three 120-seat capacity and one 60-seat capacity) for pre-placement talks, seminars, conferences,  group discussions, workshops, etc.
  • Dwani Auditoriums: One 650 seat-capacity and one 350-seat auditorium for placements, seminars, workshops/presentations

If you are unable to find the information that you are looking for on this page, please reach out to us directly at placements@cmrit.ac.in for your placement requirements. We look forward to your active participation and collaboration.