What next after the final year? Placement becomes your portion and you start scrutinizing which company to work for. it all depends on how you represent yourself and the confidence you have in getting the job. Over the year’s companies in India have shown great interest in taking in students from the engineering program.
Companies like TATA Consultancy Service, cognizant and many others have absorbed students in their companies. Here they learn and get trained first hand with some getting jobs from the same company. Student benefit from customer relationship where they build their PR. It enhances IT management skills and gives the student good base of employment.
Engineering fields are ever on demand and students should be guaranteed of chances after their final year. Though some companies require legal documentation, students have to sign contracts for given period whereby if they terminate some payments will be done to the company. This hasn’t spread widely to many companies which is also a secure way of helping students stick and have patience.
How to get the job or interview for campus placement?
With the assurance in the job market, cracking the interview remains a challenge to many students. In cases where the student has to face the panel, many panic and going short of words. This fails many students who do well in their theory part of study but fail in interviews.
Here we have few tips on how to tackle the interview, and acquire your chance in the job market.
- Have nice CV and resume
Let your papers do the talking, presenting neat and clear to point papers wins you chance to your dream job. Ensure you write about your academic qualification, what you like best and what you wish to make out of the chance if given. Give the full picture about yourself, note what you write should be real. On the interview dates you can now explain more on what you have written.
- More information on organization or company
Research about the company and on what it offers, this will help you know what to write and how to answer questions. If possible, learn about the interview and enquire on other people experiences. It gives more confidence presenting yourself on a known ground.
- Avoid common mistakes
Try to be on time, this gives you ample time to relax and adjust to the environment. at the interview room avoid silly mistake. Don’t try changing your character be yourself and be confident. This is shown by having eye contact with the interview, follow your instincts. Honesty is a virtue and truth is always right. Tell details according to what is right this saves the shame of changing to different stories trying to justify yourself.
- Body language
Dress well for the interview, in many cases the interview checks on your dress code and determines who you are. Present yourself properly and have all the courteous words, nice PR qualifies you for better chances in the company or organization.