The Centre functions mainly for (1) identifying opportunities for the pass-outs of all programs (2) offering them suitable on-campus training to enhance student employability for the openings identified and (3) Counseling for Career destination and higher education progression
The Career Centre provides impartial information, advice, support and guidance for under-graduates, post graduates, researchers, staff, and employers covering everything from further study to professional training. Career Service also offers comprehensive professional counseling to help students with career planning and higher study progression. This office also provides career assessment, drop-in advising, workshops, job- database for internships and career employment, career fairs, on-campus interviews, reference letter service and monthly career planning sessions by external experts from the segments of commerce and industry, government and public sector departments and defense services. Career-related work experience can be gained through the Internship Certificate Program offered for select courses by the Career Services.
Training workshops and one-to-one guidance also form part of the career assurance initiatives of the Centre. The Centre considers information empowerment as one of its prime functions and provides career information, advice and guidance to all students and graduates to aid and accelerate their transition into employment and further study. We also provide services to external organizations, employers and wider community in making available to them adhoc personnel for work of brief tenure nature. Ready listings are always available to the students on the latest local student jobs, graduate-level vacancies, PG level openings and voluntary opportunities.
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