Corporate Resource Centre
Here at Ansal University, we have a dedicated and a centralized Corporate Resource Centre that works for providing best Career opportunity for each student. The primary objective of the Resource Centre is to diligently network with the corporate world to help students prepare for their career. The CRC team ensures best industry exposure to the students from the day one till their tenure at the University.
Moreover, we have constituted the industry explicit Career Advisory Boards comprising of Industry Captions for enlighten students with their enriching guidance for creating a clear career plan. We do hold HR-Conclaves to invite Human Resource personals to discussion on career related topics.
At Ansal University , Corporate Resource Center (CRC) ensures the right placement for each student. The CRC plays an important role in shaping the careers of students from their induction and orientation, summer internships, mid-term projects, right to their final placements and even beyond. CRC also undertakes various academic and non-academic initiatives so that students are well equipped to meet varied industry requirements.
The CRC also networks with the institution’s alumni for creating more career opportunities. Likewise, it also aims to support alumni by creating more career opportunities and switches for them, through its vast network of industry contacts.
The leading companies from all the sectors are invited by the CRC Department on the campus, where the eligible students facilitated to go through the entire selection process. The entire process in governed by the students’ ability and performance, as well as the requirements and norms of the industries.
- Make In India, for the World Submit :
We wish to inform you that Prayas a student placement club students attended the two-day National Convention (27th and 28th April) on “Make In India, for the World: Leveraging People, Technology and Innovation“ aligns with the most powerful initiative launched by the Government of India under the dynamic leadership of the Honorable Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi. The convention has emerged as a steering platform for all stakeholders to share their experiences on reforms and incentives required to achieve Global benchmark of “ease of doing business” and accentuate the need for executing the much needed investment in developing world class people skills, technology and innovation.
This forum has experienced in together about 300 CEOs, CXOs, Senior Managers, Consultants, Trainers, Finance and Administrative heads of industry and corporate organizations including academia and had culminated in designing strategies for integration into the global value chain and deliver products and services made both for India and overseas markets in a global competitive environment with world class quality and standards.
Keeping in view the horizontal spread of the convention, 20 students from our university had assisted us in the convention. In addition to supporting the convention, the students also benefited by assimilating the national level exposure and securing internships.
- Soch Vichar – A debate competition across schools
Prayas, Ansal University’s student placement group organized a group discussion, ‘Soch Vichar’, amongst all schools of the Ansal University on 5th April 2017 to provide exposure regarding the growing need of good communication skills among the students. The session started with honoring of the chief guest, Rear Admiral Kapil Gupta along with various other corporate professionals such as Mr. Abhishek Chandra, the co-founder of Mobikwik, Ms. Neetu Pahuja, HR Manager of CB&I and Mr. Om Narayan, CEO of Campus Oxide, who were present throughout the session as the jury panel.
The highest package for Management Student is 8 LPA for Jaguar Steel & Coal Pvt. Limited (Marketing) and Engineering is 6 LPA Audi (CSE).
Management Placement is 96% of Year 2017 Batch.
Engineering Placement is 82% of Year 2017 Batch.
The total no of recruiters for year 2017 is 162 companies, list attached.
Few of our Esteemed Hiring Partners are:
|Redington India||4 LPA||Hitachi Consulting||5.5 LPA|
|SRF Limited||6 LPA||Josh Technology||6.5 LPA|
|Inbound Mantra||5 LPA||ZYCUS||5.5 LPA|
|Nestle||5 LPA||Inbound Mantra||5 LPA|
|Grail Research||6 LPA||Stryker||6.5 LPA|
|HFFC||6.5 LPA||Drishti-Soft Solutions||6.5 LPA|
|Allan lloyds||5.85LPA||Leighton||4.8 LPA|
|Questa Global||3 LPA||Credforce||6 LPA|
|Alepo Technologies||7 LPA||Audi||6 LPA|
|2||Asahi Glass India|
|12||Make My Trip|
|15||Virtuos Solutions Pvt. Ltd|
|23||Leighton India Contractors Private Limited|
|32||Reelover Media Technologies Private limited|
|38||S&P Capital IQ|
|43||Progressive Digital Media|
|64||Sri Adhikari Brothers|
|73||Digismart Digital Media|
|74||Trio Talent Search|
|76||To The New Digital (HR)|
|78||Coffe Caffe Day|
|83||To The New Digital (Marketing)|
|85||ICE Institute (Balaji Telefilms)|
|87||Naukri.Com (1st Profile)|
|88||Naukri.Com (2nd Profile)|
|90||Shift My Home|
|94||Indiabulls Home Finance|
|99||Karvi Stock Brocking|
|100||Green Tree Advisory Services|
|103||Home First Finance Company|
|104||Maple Leaf Educonnect|
|108||Great White Global Pvt. Limited|
|116||Smart Value Product & Services|
|118||Hyper Think Systems|
|123||Café Coffee Day (HR)|
|125||Times Business Solution|
|127||World Fashion Exchange|
|131||Indian HealthCare Exchage|
|136||Tata Motors Finance|
|138||Lazzaro HR Solutions|
|139||Ernst & Young|
|140||Daffodil Software P-2|
|148||Zee Media Group|
|153||J K Cement|
Being a proud student of civil engineering at Ansal University, I’ve got a 360 degree exposure and learning during my tenure in the university. I would like to express my sincere gratitude for giving me the opportunity with esteemed organization M/S Leighton as GET.
“Getting a job offer is not easy. People tend to wax poetic about the brand name and the number but the truth is that getting an offer letter takes a lot of work which starts right from the moment we step foot into the college. Ansal University provided me the platform to learn the skills necessary. The variety of courses as well as the faculty helped me to imbibe the knowledge needed and helped expand my worldview. I am really grateful to Ansal University, the faculty and the placement department for grooming and giving me the opportunity to start a new chapter in my life with Hitachi Consulting. Thank you AU!”
Computer Science Engineering 2017 Passing out Batch
I would like to formally thank Ansal University for giving me the platform and showing me the way to enter such a reputed organization with a very strong brand image. My teachers and specially the corporate resource center supported me throughout this interview process as well as the days before this wherein I could prepare for even getting ready to sit for such an interview i.e. during the years wherein this university refined us and made us what we are today from the very first year to the final one. Such placements can help students to find the correct career path which gets them a very strong base to prosper ahead and well in life after this. With a combination of support from parents and guidance from Ansal University, I have got a chance to work for a really renowned brand i.e. Audi and it doesn’t end here, this has shown me the path to move ahead in life and has given me confidence to tackle and handle tough and challenging issues and tasks in life.
Once again a big thanks to the management, corporate resource center and all other at Ansal University!
MBA Passing out 2017 Batch (Marketing)
#AHEAD FOR LIFE.
Placed in Allan Lloyds Group at a package of Rs. 5.84L pa.
With due respect & gratitude, I take this opportunity to thank the esteemed institution that I have been a part of. I strongly believe that “A right path leads you towards a right destination.” I was privileged enough to be a part of Ansal University & made bonds with professionals like never before, the kind of mentorship & guidance nurture the “PROFESSIONAL” in me & I can never thank them enough for this exposure.
The CRC at the Ansal University aims to develop sustainable and fulfilling careers, rather than ‘just a job’. We are here to guide, manage & Shape your careers by developing key skill sets required for transition from a student to a complete professional.
Besides core function of Placements & Internship CRC is instrumental in organizing trainings on various Soft Skills ,Technological Skills, Industry Connect Programs, Seminars, Workshops, Industrial Tours, Live Projects, Expert Lectures & Mentorship Program thereby helping the student to plan his/her future & make best use of the time as a student.
- Career Development Program
- Orientation – CRC will conduct an orientation session at the beginning of the new Semester on “How to Plan Your Career Early”, this will help the student prepare well in advance to face the competition and secure the desired opportunity in the future.
- Individual Assessment – Early identification of development areas much in advance helps student prepare well. To assess work readiness quotient, apart from domain knowledge all students are made to undergo an online/offline assessment test. These Assessments measures abilities on numerical ability, logical reasoning, data interpretation, problem solving and various other skills.
- Personalized Counseling – To assess strengths, weaknesses and improvement areas well in time before the student begins his journey as a professional he/she undergoes through a personalized profile discussion, assessment and counseling session by expert counselor/Faculty/ Industry mentor.
- Training & Development – Rigorous training program are organised by the CRC for students as part of their development program. These programs cum workshops would focus on personality enhancement and professional development of all the students. Some of the important areas are:
- Mastering Personal Interviews & Group Discussion
- Business Etiquettes & Personal Grooming
- Collaborative working
- Work Place Tools – MS Office/Statistical tools etc
- Quantitative Skills
- Logical Reasoning & Aptitude
- Life Skills
B.Tech Batch 2014 Placements Summary
|Branch||Total No. of Students||Eligible||Interested for Placements||No. of Offer||Placed||Highest Package||Average Package|
|CSE||82||80||70||92||70||6.5 LPA MAQ Software Akshay Garg||3.45 LPA|
B.Tech Batch 2014 Recruiters
|S.No.||Name of the organization||Compensation||Branch/Department||Final Selections|
|1||Real Time Data Services||3.6||B.Tech All Branches||4|
|2||Wipro||3||B.Tech All Branches||5|
|4||OTS Solutions||3.4||B.Tech All Branches||2|
|5||QA Infotech||3.2||B.Tech CSE/IT||1|
|6||Toluna India Pvt. Ltd.||3.2||B.Tech All Branches||4|
|7||IndiaMart Intermesh||3.75||B.Tech CSE/IT||6|
|8||Genpact||3||B.Tech All Branches||28|
|9||Daffodil Software||3||B.Tech CSE/IT||2|
|11||Indian Army||8||B.Tech All Branches||6|
|12||Leeway Hertz||3.4||B.Tech CSE/IT||3|
|14||SMG Convonix||3.52||B.Tech All Branches||2|
|15||Compton Business Solutions||3.5||B.Tech All Branches||7|
|16||Syntel||3.74||B.Tech All Branches||9|
|17||Inventum||3.2||B.Tech All Branches||1|
|18||Rapid Soft Technologies||3.6||B.Tech CSE/IT||0|
|19||Knowlarity Communication||3.6||B.Tech CSE/IT||2|
|20||Paxcel Technologies||3.76||B.Tech CSE/IT||2|
|21||Sun Infonet||3.56||B.Tech ECE||8|
|22||Kone Elevators||3.2||B.Tech ECE/EEE||1|
|24||InterGlobe Technologies||3||B.Tech CSE/IT||2|
|26||IBM||3||B.Tech All Branches||2|
|27||Transweb||3.2||B.Tech All Branches||2|
|30||World Fashion Xchange||3||B.tech(CS/IT)||1|
|31||Cognizant Technologies||3.02||B.Tech All Branches||10|
|33||Strategic Resources||3||B.Tech All Branches||8|
|34||Agilant Technologies||3||B.Tech All Branches||1|
|36||Applied Techno Products||3.5||B.Tech(ECE)||1|
|38||Indian Petro Group||3.2||B.Tech ECE/EEE||6|
|39||CBES World Wide||4.5||B.Tech CSE/IT/ECE||2|
|40||Optimus Information||3||B.Tech CSE/IT||2|
|41||HCL Technologies||3.2||B.Tech CSE/IT||26|
|41||Eureka Forbes||3.75||B.Tech EEE||5|
|42||Mastech||3.75||B.Tech All Branches||1|
|44||Sopra Group||3.6||B.Tech CSE||1|
|45||AON Hewitt||3.5||B.Tech CSE/IT||5|
|46||Carlson Wagonlit||4||B.Tech CSE/IT/ECE||4|
|47||Stratbeans Consulting||2.5||B.Tech CSE/IT||1|
|48||Aspiring Minds||14||B.Tech CSE/IT/ECE/EEE||0|
|50||ANTZ Managemnt Consulting||3||B.Tech CSE/IT/ECE/EEE||1|
|51||Liqvid E-Learning||3||B.Tech CSE/IT/ECE/EEE||1|
|52||Decimal Technologies||3||B.Tech CSE/IT/ECE||1|
|53||Green Apple Solutions||3||B.Tech CSE/IT||1|
|54||Alcatel Lucent||3||B.Tech CSE/IT/ECE/EEE||1|
|55||Cadence Desings||3.2||B.Tech CSE/IT||0|
|57||Indigo Airlines||3||B.Tech ECE/EEE||1|
|58||CEBS Worldwide||4||B.Tech CSE/IT/ECE||2|
|59||Ericsson India||3.2||B.Tech CSE/IT||10|
|60||Ansal University||3||B.Tech CSE||1|
|62||MAQ Software||6.5||B.Tech CSE/IT||1|
|63||Ericsson India (off Role)||3||B.Tech CSE/IT/ECE||2|
|64||Dimension Vertical Solutions||3||B.Tech CSE/IT/ECE||0|
|65||Google India||3||B.Tech CSE/IT/ECE|
|66||Accenture India||3.2||B.Tech CSE/IT/ECE||5|
|67||Fedders Llyod||3||B.Tech CSE/IT/ECE||0|
|69||Petro IT||3||B.Tech CSE/IT||0|
|70||Pulp Strategy||3.4||B.Tech CSE/IT||0|
|71||Jarviz Infosec||2.4||B.Tech CSE/IT||0|
|Total No. of Offer||250|
B.Tech Batch 2015 Placements Summary
|Branch||Total No. of Students||Eligible||Interested for Placements||No. of Offer||Placed||Highest Package||Average Package|
|CSE||51||45||40||48||45||9 LPA Microsoft India Kanika Sharma||3.75 LPA|
B.Tech Batch 2015 Recruiters
|S.No.||Name of the organization||Compensation||Branch/Department||Final Selections|
|1||Accenture India||3.6||B.Tech All Branches||3|
|2||Agilant Technologies||3||B.Tech All Branches||4|
|3||Alcatel Lucent||3||B.Tech CSE/IT||2|
|4||AON Hewitt||3.4||B.Tech All Branches||2|
|5||Aspiring Minds||3.2||B.Tech CSE/IT||1|
|6||Cadence Desings||3.2||B.Tech All Branches||4|
|7||Carlson Wagonlit||3.75||B.Tech CSE/IT||6|
|8||CBES World Wide||3||B.Tech All Branches||6|
|10||Cognizant Technologies||8||B.Tech All Branches||6|
|11||Compton Business Solutions||3.4||B.Tech CSE/IT||3|
|12||Daffodil Software||3.2||B.Tech ECE/EEE||2|
|13||Deloitte||3.5||B.Tech All Branches||7|
|14||Dimension Vertical Solutions||3.74||B.Tech All Branches||9|
|15||Ericsson India||3.2||B.Tech All Branches||1|
|16||Eureka Forbes||3.6||B.Tech CSE/IT||1|
|19||Google India||3.56||B.Tech ECE||8|
|21||HCL Technologies||3||B.Tech CSE/IT||5|
|23||IndiaMart Intermesh||3||B.tech CSE/IT||4|
|24||Indian Army||3||B.Tech All Branches||2|
|25||Indian Petro Group||3.2||B.Tech All Branches||2|
|29||Kone Elevators||3.02||B.Tech All Branches||3|
|31||Microsoft India||9||B.Tech CSE||1|
|32||MoMagic||3||B.Tech All Branches||1|
|35||Petro IT||3.2||B.Tech CSE/IT/ECE||3|
|36||QA Infotech||3.2||B.Tech ECE/EEE||2|
|37||Real Time Data Services||4.5||B.Tech CSE/IT/ECE||2|
|38||SMG Convonix||3||B.Tech CSE/IT||2|
|39||Sopra Group||3.2||B.Tech CSE/IT||10|
|41||Sun Infonet||3.75||B.Tech All Branches||1|
|42||Sunlife Financials||3||B.Tech CSE/IT||1|
|45||Toluna India Pvt. Ltd.||4||B.Tech CSE/IT/ECE||2|
|47||World Fashion Xchange||14||B.Tech CSE/IT/ECE/EEE||0|
|Total No. of Offer||133|
|29||Ernst & Young|
|32||Lakshmikumaran & Sridharan|
|37||Paharpur Cooling Towers|
|57||Asian Paints Ltd|
|58||Samsung Heavy industries|
|59||Wipro (MCA Drive)|
|66||S&P Capital IQ|
|73||Magneto Environmental Grouppe|
|76||Grainger Global Sourcing|
|85||Green Apples Tech Systems|
|91||S&P Capital IQ|
|95||DCM DATA SYSTEMS|
|99||Genpact Headstrong Capital Markets|
|104||Ankur Lights & Lamps Pvt Ltd|
|1||S&P Capital IQ||Finance|
|2||American Express||Finance & Marketing|
|6||Progressive Digital Media||Marketing|
|9||HDFC Bank||Finance & Marketing|
|11||Taurson India||Marketing & Health Care|
|27||Sri Adhikari Brothers||Marketing|
|36||Digismart Digital Media||Business Analytics|
|37||Trio Talent Search||HR|
|39||To The New Digital (HR)||HR|
|41||Coffe Caffe Day||Marketing|
|46||To The New Digital (Marketing)||Marketing|
|48||ICE Institute (Balaji Telefilms)||Marketing|
|50||Naukri.Com (1st Profile)||Marketing|
|51||Naukri.Com (2nd Profile)||Marketing|
|53||Shift My Home||Marketing|
|57||Indiabulls Home Finance||Marketing|
|64||Bank Of America||Banking|
|65||Royal Bank of Scotland||Banking|
|71||Well India Group||Banking|
|74||Ceasefire Industries Ltd.||Marketing|
|75||Havells India limited||Marketing|
|81||3M India Limited||Marketing|
|84||Vishal Mega Mart||HR|
|90||Infocom Network Ltd.||Marketing|
|92||Disha Media Pvt. Limited||Marketing|
1. B.V.Doshi & Associates
2. Studio Mumbai
3. Sanjay Prakash
4. Sanjay Puri
5. Aniket Bhagwat
7. Anagram Architects
8. Sikka Associates
9. Matra Architects & Rurban Planners
10. M:OFA Studios
11. Arcop Associates
12. Emaar MGF and more
Campus placement in Ansal University is a facility provided for interested final year students. Students not interested in placements are requested not to register for placements.
1) ELIGIBLE CRITERIA & PLACEMENT REGISTRATION:
1.1 All students who expect to graduate from the University by the end of the academic year 2014- 2015 and are seeking employment.
1.2. Students having 2 or more course backlogs are advised not to register for placement.
1.3. Students who have a pre-placement offer will also be allowed to register for the University placement process.
1.4. Each student should register online by uploading the filled form and resume in the prescribed format and submit the hardcopy of the student placement registration form to the placement office.
2. RESUME – STUDENT PLACEMENT REGISTRATION
2.1. Students are expected to follow the institute resume template available in the placement website for preparing the resumes.
2.2. The details of the resume have to be genuine and any student found violating this, will not be permitted to apply for placements for the rest of the academic year.
2.3. Depending on the profile/requirements laid by the respective company a detailed resume should be prepared in an attractive manner and submitted within the deadline.Late submission will not be considered for the test/interview.
3. PRE-PLACEMENT INTERACTION (PPI)
3.1. Those who have applied and submitted the resume and attended the PPI session are eligible to appear in the selection process of that company. The PPI attendance is compulsory.
3.2. Students must clarify their queries regarding salary break-up, job profile, place of work, bond details, medical fitness requirements, etc with the company officials during PPI.
3.3. There shall no question about the pay package offered by the company. Students shall not question the policy of the company.
3.4. The interaction with the representatives of the companies should be in a very dignified manner.
4. PLACEMENT PROCESS
4.1. It is the responsibility of the student to check announcements/notices/updated information/ short listed names etc., in the notice boards/email/Facebook. Students are expected to report at the respective venue as per the announcements.
4.2. Students should follow deadlines mentioned on the Notices for submission of names for appearing in placement process of specific organizations. Delayed response would not be accepted. Once the final list has been sent to the organization, the students cannot back out from the option. They are also expected to visit the company website before applying for a particular organization.
4.3. If a company specifies the maximum number of CVs to be sent, the CRC team will short-list the CVs on the basis of relevant parameters / Criterion.
4.4. Registration can also be done through the placement link / Portal of the AU. All registrations have to be completed by the students within the date/time notified by CRC.
4.5. Students have to ensure that the information provided by them such as telephone no., e-mail id, and correspondence address is updated & correct. It is the responsibility of the student to ensure that the personal and professional information available with the CRC records is regularly updated.
4.6. Students may be required to go to the company’s office or venue for the purpose of recruitment process as decided by the company & Institute.
4.7. It shall be mandatory for short-listed students to appear for the interview. Absence from the interview shall debar a candidate to appear for further process and s/he will have to try on his/her own for final placement.
4.8. A Student who once opts for appearing in the selection process ( Test, GD and Interview) of a company would be presumed to have understood the company profile, job offering, etc and hence if selected, will have to accept the job offer. Refusal to accept the job offer would debar you from all subsequent placement activities.
4.9. Non-appearance in an interview after giving name for the option would mean that a job opening was offered but declined by the student. The student would no longer be eligible to appear for all the subsequent placement activities
4.10. Communication with the organization’s which are visiting the AU campus shall be strictly through CRC only. Direct communication with these organizations is not encouraged. Status of acceptance /rejection of pre-placement offer should be intimated to the organization within the stipulated time period.
4.11. CRC does not encourage students to apply for off campus placement in firms that visit AU for on campus placement, as it might affect our relationships. Students are advised to give list of companies (along with name / phone numbers of contact person) to the CRC for sending them invitation, formally for campus placements.
4.12. All sessions(guest lectures, seminars, workshops, industrial trips, etc.) are an important part of the curriculum. They are in fact extension of your class room learning and have a direct bearing on the placements. The attendance in these sessions would be monitored and students who fail to attend this session may be forced to avail lesser options than others.
4.13. CRC is a facilitator and shall assist the students in final placement activities. It however does not guarantee jobs / placements. Applying for a company or joining it, is solely the responsibility and decision of the students.
5. ATTENDANCE AND PUNCTUALITY
5.1. A student who applies and gets short listed is bound to go through the entire selection process unless rejected midway by the recruiter.
5.2. Any student who withdraws deliberately in the midst of a selection process will be disqualified from placement for the rest of the academic year.
5.3. Unauthorized absence for the test/interview will lead to cancellation of registration.
5.4.Late comers for the Aptitude Test / Group Discussion / Interview may not be allowed to appear for the selection process.
6. DRESS CODE
Students must be formally dressed whenever they participate in any sort of interaction with a company. The coordinator reserves the right to refuse permission to a student to attend the selection process, if their attire is unsatisfactory. The dress code shall be applicable for Pre placement talks as well.
Boys – Formal dark pant with light colored full sleeve shirt with blazers, neck tie and formal shoes.
Girls – Churidar / Salwar / Shirt-Pant with blazers and shoes.
7. IDENTITY CARD
Students must carry their identity cards whenever they undergo a placement process.
8. JOB OFFER
8.1. Announcement on the notice board will be considered as the final offer. Offersreceived from companies must be collected as per timings in circular /notice.
8.2. The students shall not question the company on why he/she is not selected. Selection is in the hands of the company. Any unruly behaviorcompromising the reputation of the University shall deem the student ineligible for future placements and the student shall face the disciplinary committee.
8.3. The responsibility of going through the offer letter and taking actions therein such as submission of documents lies entirely with the student.
8.4. The students should honour the offer and communicate with the Industry in a pleasing manner.
8.5. In case offers are received directly by the student from the company, the same must be intimated to the placement office.
9. MULTIPLE OFFERS
A student is eligible for only one job. If a student receives more than one offer owing to delays in the announcements of results by the recruiters, he/she is bound to accept the job whose results are declared first. If the results are declared on the same day, the student may choose from the offers in hand and inform the placement coordinator within 2 days of the announcement of the results.
10. JOINING STATUS
Students should notify the company with a copy to the placement office in case they are not joining the company with reasons. For all matters not covered by the above regulations, the placement coordinators will use their discretion to take appropriate decisions.
Students may contact the CRC Team in case of any query / clarification
Above rules are subject to change and shall be notified to the students when amended. In case of any matter not covered above, the decision of Director-CRC shall prevail.