Magadh University has setup placement cell with the purpose of providing assistance and guidance to the students in achieving employment. The cell would also prepare a student directory which would profile the students and would serve the purpose as resource and for the representatives of the leading NGOs, Agro based industries, WHO, UNICEF and other social welfare agencies.
Students are provided complete information to make tangible career choices. Individual career counseling is also provided. The is a tremendous potential for career opportunities and growth for rural managers who are updated with Rural Reconstruction. Development and Management technologies and operation of modern software.
On completion of the course, our students have got the employment in various organisation of national and international repute. The institutes is making an effort to have contact with big names to assist the students in seeking proper placement.
- Identification of student's potential and mapping their competencies.
- Cataloguing the database of students (their specialization, interest and academic performance).
- Providing interlink for the enthusiastic talent ready to explore new horizons along side the growing requirement of the corporate world.
- Working as a platform for moulding the students according to the requirements of the corporate world and R&D Departments.
- Designing a web-based job-search portal for the University of Delhi.
- Carrying out career counselling for students.
DOs and DONTs
Please find below some useful do's and don'ts with regards to the placement:
- Dress to make a good first impression
- Know the exact time and location of your interview
- Arrive 10-15 minutes prior to the start time
- Greet the interviewer with a firm handshake and maintain eye contact
- Address the interviewer by their title (unless otherwise instructed)
- Sit still and upright in your seat throughout the interview
- Prepare questions to ask the interviewer
- Ask when you should expect to hear from the company next
- Thank the interviewer for their time
- Follow-up the interview with a thank-you letter
- Turn up late for the interview
- Make negative comments with regards to previous jobs
- Give the impression you're only interested in the job for the moment
- Act as if you're desperate for a job
- Chew gum
- Smoke before the interview
- Leave your phone on during the interview
- Slouch in your chair
- Ask about salary or benefits – this comes after the job offer
- Ramble on – just back up each answer with relevant examples