The department of Training and Placement, the marketing division of the institute has these following functions and responsibilities:
- Nurtures Industry Institute interaction, by organizing and coordinating frequent industrial visits, inplant training and projects of industrial relevance for the students, with the sole aim of zeroing down the hiatus between the industry and the academia.
- Receives and forwards the feedback pertinent to curriculum improvement from the visiting companies to the faculty, to ensure that the curriculum follows the latest industrial trends.
- Helps every student define his/her career interest through individual expert counseling.
- Makes available updated database and job profile of the companies and thus helps each student analyze and choose company of his interest. The department has in its active file a database of nearly 500 companies.
- Organizes and coordinates Campus Placement Program, to fulfill its commitment of a job to every aspirant.
- Works towards continuing education for the college employees
Over the years, the department has maintained symbiotic, vibrant and purposeful relationship with Industries across the country and as a result, has built up an impressive placement record both in terms of percentage of registered students placed, as well as the number of companies visiting the campus.
Over 160 companies participate in the placement process every year. The average compensation during the current year is over Rs. 4.75 lakhs with the highest being $125,000 per annum (one of the three selected from all over India is from NITT; the other two being from IITs). The institute enjoys best placements when it comes to PG programmes.
1. Invitations are sent to companies/organizations in the form of brochures with relevant information along with response sheets enquiring about the recruitment details. Soft copies of the brochure and response sheet are also sent.
2. The company fills the response sheet and sends it by e-mail/post to the Training and Placement Department, NIT Trichy.
3. Once the details are received, the placement officer and coordinators get in touch with the company and a mutually convenient date is fixed for the Campus Placement process.
4. The travel plans are obtained from the company and the necessary arrangements are made as follows.
- Pickups/Drops from/to the railway station or airport can be arranged by the department on request if the place of stay is the institute guest house.
- Accommodation/Food are provided at the institute guest house on Prior Intimation and the costs for these are borne by the college. In case the Company wishes to stay outside the campus, arrangements will be made on request but the costs for these are to be borne by the company.
- OHP, Slide Projector, LCD, Laptop etc. will be provided for the Pre-Placement Talk.
- Halls will be arranged suitably for the Pre-Placement Talk, Written tests, Group Discussions and Activities and Personal Interviews.
- If a company desires to hold online tests for the candidates, the arrangements will be made in the computer center on prior intimation. Up to 100 students can take up the test at a time.
5. The offers are made by the company after the selection process and the offer letters are signed and accepted by the concerned students and sent to the company through the Training and Placement Department. The Department recommends offers to be made on the spot after the process with a letter of confirmation signed by the visiting company representatives. Short listed or waitlisted candidates will be allowed to sit for the companies that follow as long as their confirmation is put on hold.
Placement Percentage of Registered Students – Under Graduate
Placement Percentage of Registered Students – Post Graduate