When the going gets tough...

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When the going gets tough...

Final call: A placement process in progress at BMS College.

It’s time to bid adieu to recession. The market seems to be bouncing back. The job market is looking up and endless vistas have opened up.  

Students of BMS College of Engineering are upbeat. The campus recruitments are in full swing and the students are leaving no stone unturned to prepare well. Some good companies seemed to have dropped by and picked up almost half the students. But the student community hopes a few more better and bigger companies will come calling.  
The placement cell of the college, under the guidance of  Dr H S Jagadeesh, the placement officer, has been providing all support and encouragement to students. The professor proudly says, "More than 300 students are recruited by TCS and Infosys selected 67. We are getting a positive response from the MNCs. The college will impart training to its students in analytical thinking and in developing soft skills.”

Vibha, the student co-ordinator of Electronics and Communication wing is thrilled. “The campus recruitment started last semester. It’s better this time. Nearly 60 per cent of the students have been recruited to different companies," says Viba and adds, “I was recruited by a leading IT solution company, but it’s my dream to get into Cisco for which I have been working hard to polish my aptitude reasoning, communication skills and technical know- how.”

Kautuk, a final year student in Computer Science, has been absorbed by a software company, “I attended placement training sessions, conducted by the placement cell which was good. They provided materials on quantitative analysis, reasoning, computer networking and computer languages which helped clear the written round. For group discussions, newspapers and magazines came handy. For HR rounds we had a probable list of questions and prepared according to that," he reveals.
 
Deepak, the student co-ordinator for electrical engineering, has already been recruited says, “In an effort to crack the written tests, we referred to the previous year’s question papers and collected background information,” he says and adds, “while the written rounds were tough, the technical and HR rounds were cakewalk."

The interviews aren’t far off and the students have got down to putting their heart and soul into giving the interviews their best shot.

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