Training & Placement @ MLR
Vision : "Transferring every Student's dream in to Reality”.
Mission : “To empower students to meet Industry Challenges”.
Infrastructure for Training & Placements:
- 800 systems in single LAN with 250 MBPS internet connectivity.
- 3 Auditoriums can accommodate 1000, 300, 200 students.
- 20 interview chambers and 6 GD rooms.
Industry Readiness Program
We will start training program from III-II onwards and train students on
- Technical .
- Soft Skills.
- Verbal & English Communication Skills.
Every day for III-II Students will having sessions for 3 Hours
MLR Institutions has been in the forefront of activities bringing both corporate and companies close to the campus and encouraging them to establish facilities to cater to the needs of both students and faculty.
The Training & Placement division in the institute plays a pivotal role in counseling and guiding the students for their successful career placement which is a crucial interface between the stages of completion of academic program of the students and their entry into suitable employment.
The Training and placement enhances the employability of the student by conducting specialized training in mathematical ability, aptitude skills, analytical skills, language skills, technical skills in addition to the on-line placement mock tests. The recruitment training is conducted by in house trainers and industry experts from 1st year onwards.
Many reputed national and multinational companies visit our institutions for campus recruitment annually because of our high quality trained students pool, excellent infrastructure. On an average 65% to 75% of eligible students were placed in last 3 years.
The procedure for Campus interviews as follows:
- Aptitude Test(Written/ Online)
- Group Discussion
- Personal Interview (may consists of Technical Interview and HR Interview)
After short listing, candidates based on the Academic Criteria as stated by individual company, the shortlisted students go through to the next round of interviews, which are typically Aptitude and Technical tests conducted over one or two days at the college campus.
The aptitude test normally includes questions based on:
- Quantitative Ability
- Data Interpretation
- Verbal Ability and Reading Comprehension
- Logical Reasoning
- General Knowledge and Current Awareness
The technical test, as the name suggests, is designed to assess your subject knowledge in your area of specialization (for eg. computer programming, mechanical, chemical, civil etc.)
Some companies also conduct Essay Writing tests and/or Psychometric tests based on their requirements.
Companies conduct group discussion after the written test so as to check on your interactive skills and how good you are at communicating with other people. The GD is to check how you behave, participate and contribute in a group, how much importance do you give to the group objective as well as your own, how well do you listen to viewpoints of others and how open-minded are you in accepting views contrary to your own. The aspects which make up a GD are verbal communication, non-verbal behavior, and conformation to norms, decision-making ability and cooperation. You should try to be as true as possible to these aspects.
The technical interview is designed to measure the student's learning and understanding of specific concepts in his field of specialization viz. C with Data Structures, DBMS, Java, Microprocessors, Electronics etc. It tests the level of knowledge in the talent area of a student.
The HR interview is a very critical process in the entire recruitment drive conducted by any organization, as it deals with the evaluation of a student as a prospective employee of the organization based on his calibration with the benchmarks that are set for any employee of the organization. The HR interview tests a students on his/her exposure to the practical aspect of his talents, strengths and area of opportunity, basic mannerisms and team working abilities and clarity of objectives and future goals.