DEPARTMENT OF TRAINING AND PLACEMENTS

Placement training plays a major role in shaping up the career goals of students. It is a dream of every engineering student to get placed in a top organization visiting their campus for recruitment. Keeping this key aspect into consideration, it is realized that training is important for students to enhance their employability skills and achieve good placement in various industries.
RAJA RATNA GROUP OF INSTITUITIONS has a state of the art Soft Skills Training Dept, which teaches prospective candidates about the vital soft skills that are necessary for them if they plan for long innings in the corporate world. Below, we are providing a list of soft skills we provide and a brief insight into the details:

Industry Integration
Industry Interaction should continue to remain the sole responsibility of the Institution. In other words KITS-RCPM will continue to be responsible and accountable for the Placement of its Pass outs, for which they will perform all activities including liaison with Corporate and Companies, Accreditation of their Institutions with Corporate and Companies, etc. However, whenever a Corporate or Company is called by an Institution, they will find out all the Programmes, whose Pass outs are eligible for Placement and inform all other Institutions, for sending eligible pass outs. Placement is the sole responsibility of Students. The Training and Placement cell (TnP) and various other Faculty members only facilitate and provide the guidance to the students.

Following are various activities where TnP is actively involved:
  • Assist students to develop and implement successful job search strategies.
  • Work with faculty members, department heads and administration to integrate career planning with academic curriculum.
  • Empower students with life-long, career decision-making skills.
  • Providing resources and activities to facilitate the career-planning process.
  • Act as an interface among students, alumni and the employment community.
  • Create awareness in the students regarding future career options.