Campus Recruitment program for graduating class entails the following:
Participation Intent: Companies are requested to confirm their participation by sending the duly filled participation form, provided as an insert to Corporate Resource Center.
The companies are requested to send detailed job descriptions for the positions they wish to recruit for. Job Description includes position responsibilities and a recruiting contact which is instrumental in attracting student interest.
Companies are allotted a slot in the recruitment program schedule for conducting their final process. These slots are decided purely by cumulative student preferences. Companies conduct all pre-final assessments such as group discussions, tests, and preliminary interviews before the day on which they are slotted. To make appropriate arrangements, companies are requested to provide information on their hiring procedure. In particular, companies are requested to furnish information on the approximate size of candidates for group discussion, the number of interview rounds, and the approximate duration of each interview. Corporate Resource Center solicits this information two weeks before the commencement of campus recruitment.
Offers & Acceptance:
All job offers are channelized through the corporate resource center. No job offers can be made directly to the students. CRC informs the company at the earliest about the candidates who have accepted the final offers. It is expected when offers are made companies will make note of specific terms and conditions as discussed and agreed upon during the interview and these will be explicitly stated in the offer format submitted by the company.
A very effective way of starting a relationship with Chandigarh College of Technology is through the summer internship program. After the first year of studies, students are required to undergo summer training in an organizational setting to gain industry exposure. Summer internship not only helps invaluable word-of-mouth publicity on campus but also allows companies to evaluate candidates before confirming a permanent hire.
Company presentations and pre-placement talks provide students with an opportunity to learn more about the company and meet some of the key employees. Companies can make a powerful impression by exposing students to highly knowledgeable and well-doing employees. The schedule for pre-placement talks can be worked out in coordination with the corporate resource center.