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General Guidelines for attending Interview

1.Good grooming is expected for a job interview.

2.Shoes should be polished with no visible wear.

3.Be sure there are no buttons missing or stains on your clothes. Don’t chew gum.

4.You may want to pop a breath mint right before your interview.

5.Bring along a fresh change of clothes if you are interviewing after work to avoid looking sloppy.

6.Shorts, T-shirts and sneakers are not appropriate for most job interviews.

Interview Dress Code for boys

1.👔A solid-color suit in cotton or a cotton blend, either pale(light) or white clean and pressed, is standard for a job interview.

2👔A long-sleeved white or light blue shirt and a silk tie in a solid color or small stripe looks nice.

3.👞Wear leather shoes with dark, mid-calf trouser socks that won’t show skin when you sit.

4.⌚It’s fine to wear a watch, class ring and wedding ring if desired but no other jewelry.

5.A conservative approach is generally best in an interview, so consider removing any visible piercings and covering tattoos, depending on the position.

6.💇Be sure that your hair is neatly trimmed and facial hair is well-groomed.

7.A close-cropped cut is more becoming to balding men than a comb over.

8.💅Fingernails must be clean and trimmed.

9.Avoid strong-smelling after-shave or cologne.

10.💼Carry a briefcase or portfolio. Even if the job itself would not require a suit, it’s customary to dress more formally for the interview.

Interview Dress Code for girls

1.👗A solid-color  salwar kameez with dupattas (step shawl) cotton or a cotton blend, either pale(light) or white clean and pressed, is standard for a job interview.

2.👗wear simple pattern or designs

3.🥿Wear flat footwear, avoid anklets.

4.⌚It’s fine to wear a watch, class ring and wedding ring if desired and small neck piece (chain)  and small pearl or small ear stud but no other jewelry..

5.A conservative approach is generally best in an interview, so consider removing any visible piercings and covering tattoos, depending on the position.

6.💇Be sure that your hair is neatly tied, avoid free hair.

7.💅Fingernails must be clean and trimmed.

8.❌Avoid strong-smelling perfume,  avoid turmeric powder and flowers.

9.💼Carry a briefcase or portfolio. it’s customary to dress more formally for the interview.

 

Training and Placement Cell:

The training and placement cell explore the avenues for employment of students in es-teemed organisations through- Campus Interviews. We provide our students with the best avenues to utilise their skills by helping them find gainful employment with the best of the corporate firms.It also bestow training to all students to develop their employability skills and to be good Corporate.Executives and Civil citizens.

Goal  of Placement Cell is to bring the student and industrial community together to a mutually desirable employment relationship and to provide necessary guidance and information to the students in drafting the future career and keeping an up to date employment trends.

Training and Placement Activities:

  • Providing language training sessions for emulating the communication skills, group discussion techniques, and Interview techniques which are the screening methods used by the organizations these days.
  • Developing a sound bond between industry and students by keeping up to the expectations of both.
  • Conducting Model Aptitude tests, Mock Group discussions &Mock Interviews to pinnacle in the Recruitment process.
  • Continuously updating the database for meeting the different requirements from the organisations and to make students choose the best possible company and remunerations.
  • Updating various departments about the requirements of the industry so as to enable them to get the students ready for the external world.
  • In-plant training, Industrial visits, Projects, Guest lectures and other Industry-Institute interaction activities.
  • Aranging meeting with eminent personalities from the industry so at to emphasis the ever changing need of the industry and how to make one ready for it.
  • Arranging Faculty Development Programmes.
  • Arranging Entrepreneurship Guidance Programmes.
  • Career guidance sessions for higher studies.
  • Arranging Industry – Institute partnership.