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CORPORATE RESOURCE DIVISION
Message from HEAD CRD
Corporate Resource Division at INMANTEC ensures corporate communications, builds up business networks and corporate relations in order to deliver best proposals of the industry to the students.
It aims in shaping professional attire of students by providing training, arranging corporate interfaces, providing scope for corporate and alumni interactions, opening opportunities for industrial training and internship and finally, bringing job openings to the campus.
The office is held by The Head, CRD with the Assistant Managers assisting him in graduating round-the-year activities into success. It is one of the most privileged departments under the patronage of THE EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR. It stays in sync with the departmental Dean of both Management and IT to discuss latest developments of the economy and improvise them into course/service delivery. The department keeps regular track of student’s performances, takes care of their needs and explores area of development through all concerned Program Coordinators.
The department is contactable at 0120-3274761/0120-3274762 or firstname.lastname@example.org at any time between 9.00 A.M. to 5.00 P.M., Monday to Saturday.
CRD is aimed to maintain stronger bonds with all the associates of corporate, colleagues, students of INMANTEC and prestigious alumni of the college; yet, it enforces discipline and abides by the professional protocol of the business world. The department looks forward to find the similar codes of conduct being adopted by the fellow students. The RULEBOOK is published to guide students
in maintaining every standard of integrity and perfection for the entire two years in INMANTEC.
The Head, Corporate Resource Division, INMANTEC
Rules and Regulations
General codes of conduct:
1. All students are directed to be in full college uniform at the time of any program/scheduling intimated by CRD with proper grooming (haircut, clean-shaved/trimmed beards and moustache, tie, ID card, polished formal shoes) as also notified from the office of The Executive Director as the general rule of the campus. Any non-adherence to this rule will attract severe penalty including immediate expulsion of the student from any ongoing activity, even to the extreme of debarring the student from placement activities.
2. The NOTICE BOARD of CRD is put up in the alley following the reception. The students are directed to keep track of every updates/notices/circulars being put up at the notice board. They can also contact the undersigned/contacts mentioned above to clarify any doubts within the given time.
3. If students want to meet any official of the department, they are advised to come only after 3.30 P.M. and within 5.00 P.M. The Head, CRD will, however, keep it to his discretion when to meet students as per his availability.
4. Students are directed to take note of the time period they will remain attached to the department as students (gradually as Alumni of the college). From the first day till the end of the 6th Trimester, students should be regularly contactable from 9.00 A.M. to 9.00 P.M. and should check their emails every day. Any communication gap found on part of the student would not be entertained in any case and can attract penalty. Please mind to read CONTACTABILITY CLAUSE for this purpose.
5. Students should also check CMS portal regularly to stay updated about any decisions/developments.
6. CRD runs with a protocol that during any activity arranged for the students, the whole batch have to be present 30 minutes before the activity starts and would have to be engaged till the end of it. IN CASE OF ANY OTHER ENGAGEMENT RELATING TO CLASS/ASSIGNMENT BY ANY OTHER AUTHORITY, THEY SHOULD COLLECT NON PARTICIPATION DECLARATION FORM FROM CRD AND GET IT DULY SIGNED BY THE CONCERNED AUTHORITY/FACULTY STATING
REASONS OF ABSENCE. CRD is empowered to take any action against defaulters of any activity arranged by it.
1. After delivery of laptops from ICC (Integrated Computer Center), students should place a written request with the Administrator, ICC to get his exclusive email id registered to email@example.com. For this purpose, students are advised to provide alternate email ids so that the newly registered email id with the password can be sent to him electronically.
2. CRD should be intimated about this mail-id through the excel tracker being duly filled up by the students within two months of joining the course. Please check First Interaction with CRD for details on excel tracker.
3. In the same excel tracker, students have to provide their mobile numbers.
In case of urgent information, they will be contacted on the mobile numbers specified in the tracker. PHONES SWITCHED OFF, PHONE BUSY
will be duly recorded as not-contactable (NC) and a complaint report would be sent to the senior management with a cc mail to The Dean and Program Coordinator after debarring the student from placement activities.
4. If the student is out stationed on vacation, training, Summer Internship, they should write an application to the CRD acknowledging their contact details in the places where they are deputed. This should be done within
three days of leaving the campus (both for hostellers and day-scholars).
CRD keeps tracking students deputed outside Delhi/NCR and takes stricter actions if found not performing as per the expectations.
5. If students are found NOT CONTACTABLE for any job offers, SIP interviews, no second chance will be granted. In such cases, the student will remain FREEZED till the sooner of any one of either unfilled vacancies or end of placement session.
6. During SIP, any NC student could be responsible for cancellation of the entire project irrespective of how he/she manages to show any evidences of sincerity.
7. Emails sent with job offers, applying links, etc. should be replied as per the instructions cited in the relevant mail or notices being published.
8. If a student submits consent letter for any interviews, guest meeting, etc. and is found NC during the pre-fixed day/date/time (of appointment or interview), CRD will straightaway debar the student/s from placement activities without a singular notice/intimation/request.
First Interaction with CRD:
1. After the address/interaction of The Head, CRD during the Induction Phase, an excel tracker file will be provided to students through The
Program Coordinator/Class Representatives. The students are directed to update their contact details (mobile + email) along with all academic details specified in the file to keep track of their past records of academic performance. This record is vitally important for the department to carry on with the tasks of arranging companies for final placement at the end of 2nd year.
2. For more details on e-mail and cell phone contacts, please go through CONTACTABILITY CLAUSE.
3. RESUME forms an important means of communicating your persona and to tack somebody with the first impression. A TRAINING MODULE would facilitate you to think and excel on your format/content of Resume. Resume of every student should reach CRD in soft copy with photograph (in formals) affixed on it at firstname.lastname@example.org within first three months of their joining in INMANTEC. Resume without photograph will not be
entertained for the organizations/recruiters.
4. CRD welcomes encouragement of students in building relations with organizations where they have good contacts. It also encourages students to strengthen business networking in every possible manner. Students who can provide necessary details of opportunities for various companies under his/her purview can contact CRD on this.
GUEST LECTURES, WORKSHOPS, INDUSTRY INTERFACES, SEMINARS,
CRD MEETING WITH HEAD – CRD, SPECIAL SESSIONS
CRD inducts students to the cult of corporate through special interfaces arranged by the department. It invites special guests of repute, top cops of the business lobbies and corporate guests to the campus in order to facilitate students to get the best out of their two formative years into the campus.
1. ANY INDISCIPLINE DURING THESE SESSIONS WOULD NOT BE TOLERATED AT ANY COST AND CAN LEAD TO EXPELLATION OF THE STUDENT FROM THE INSTITUTE.
2. Students are advised to come prepared with the topic of guest lecture before such sessions. They are also advised to keep proper idea of any organization (whose official/s would visit the campus) by referring their web portals.
3. Attendance for such sessions is mandatory for all students. Absenteeism will attract penalty except to the extent of severe cases intimated to the Program Coordinator with reasons.
Guest Lecture FEEDBACK FORMS will be distributed after each session. Students would duly fill it so that improvements can be facilitated in further sessions.
5. If any student is interested to meet any Guest personally before/after the session, they should write an application one day prior to the respective session.
6. CRD believes in a perfect loop of communication to ensure sound management. During meetings/floor hurdles with The Head, CRD every student must ensure their presence. Any queries can be put up relating to doubts, suggestions or general discussions. Lack of interest, missing meetings would be incumbent on students in case any discrepancies arise.
7. During Industry visits, students must carry college ID Cards, note pads and pen in order to take note of everything trivial/crucial in course of the visit. Exclusive photographs with permission from the respective authorities could fetch you appreciations. Further, it could be published in publications of INMANTEC citing the name of the student.
8. Timeliness in case of these sessions has to be taken care of like other academic activities and classes. Students must reach 30 minutes prior to
the time intimated in the notice/circulars.
9. Students must also ensure that during any activities/engagement of CRD,
they must show their presence and active participation into everything. In case, due to obligations for any other task/assignment allocated to them, they should collect NON-PARTICIPATION DECLARATION FORM from CRD and sign it from concerned authority. Please read GENERAL CODES OF CONDUCT for details.
Summer Internship Program (SIP) is a mandatory activity as stated by ALL INDIA COUNCIL FOR TECHNICAL EDUCATION (AICTE) for awarding Post Graduate Diploma in Management (PGDM). In this 6-8 weeks program, students have to work with any corporate organization (both government and non-government setup) to learn the essential requirements needed to carry on the same task that they had earlier learnt to do inside the classroom. Students will be provided with a FACULTY MENTOR for this program and would work under an INDUSTRY GUIDE to learn necessary lessons significant for a professional development. Also, Summer Training is a good measurement of a student’s caliber of being selected for the best jobs in the industry. Many students get PRE PLACEMENT OFFERS (PPO) on the basis of the strong KPIs (Key Performance Indicators) evaluated by the respective organizations.
1. For the purpose of Resume, please read First Interaction with CRD.
2. The summer internship will start from 15th of April every year. Students who wish to arrange their summer internship on their own should inform CRD by 28th of February and the name of the organization should reach latest by 15th march
3. CRD will arrange internships for only those students who would not submit their application of self-arrangement within February 28. A list will be published confirming the names of the students who would take up internships arranged by CRD. A Consent Form for every company needs to be filled up before walking in for the interviews.
4. Once a student arranges any company on his/her own cannot change the organization after acknowledgement to CRD, nor CRD will arrange any internship for them
5. Students need to clarify all their doubts about the company and the job profile before joining the company. In this regard, students are directed to note that any organization can suitably fit its interns/trainees for any job vertical. CRD holds no role/promise to alter such decisions of the organization; rather, it encourages students to take up those challenges with an uncompromising confidence.
6. As internships would be catered as per selection/arrangements with consent from students, they cannot change their company of internships later. A list will be published confirming names and respective organizations of internship before students finally move out of the campus for training.
7. Before leaving the campus for summer internship, every student have to collect 5 (five) feedback forms from CRD. The forms need to be send to the respective faculty guide at regular intervals during their internship (in every 15 days).
8. The project title (1st feedback form) should reach faculty guide on or before 10th of May. Project title forms an important part of framing/finalizing the PLACEMENT BROCHURE that would be sent to various industry houses/HR managers. Students should finalize the project title in such a way (highlighting the KRAs/area of concern) that if read once, the concerned area of project is easily understood.
9. The 5th feedback from students duly signed and sealed by the Industry Guide needs to be submitted to CRD before registration for 4th trimester.
10. During summer internship students need to be in touch with his/her internal faculty mentor as intimated by THE PROGRAM COORDINATOR. IF THE STUDENTS ARE FOUND TO BE NC OR NOT ADHERING TO THE GENERAL RULES OF SUMMER TRAINING ISSUED BY THE DEAN, MANAGEMENT, 1 CREDIT POINT WILL AUTOMATICALLY BE DEDUCTED FROM THE GPA (GRADE POINT AVERAGE) OF THE STUDENT/S WITHOUT ANY PRIOR/FURTHER INTIMATION. Please ensure contestability during this time. Please read Contractibility Clause for details.
11. The internship should end on or before 20th June every year.
12. Students, during the course of Summer Training, will be exposed to all the pros and cons of the industry at one go. This period is vital to understand the workability of different organizations at a stretch. This would also provide opportunities for getting in touch with a number of professionals belonging to the similar industry/organization. As this training enables students to select and decide their course of action to get a suitable choice of career, CRD encourages students to interact with as many professionals as they could talk to. This would also enhance business networking for them and would help them to feed their career progression in a healthier way.
The final placements occupy the most significant part of a business school life. All efforts of a sincere candidate throughout the year, his learning and attitude of application, his focus to hit the bull’s eye and his enthusiasm to be perfect in
all sense, be it technical, managerial or people skills, boils down to a good offer from a reputed organization.
Every student are reminded of the fact that, whichever way they takes a business school life to be spent, the ultimate motto should always be to compete others and leave behind in the race of achieving the target of the best placement.
Several issues regarding final placements arise due to lack of knowledge of students, sometimes ignorance also.
Please read the instructions and information carefully and choose your course of action.
1. Placements are the product of three multipliers: domain knowledge, interpersonal skills and sincerity to plough every field of opportunity. Students should always strike a balance of all these factors in order to get the best out of their two years spent in INMANTEC. Any apprehensions about own performance should be discussed with Dean, Management, Program Coordinators, Trainers or Head-CRD by fixing prior appointments.
2. CRD looks for top corporate operating pan-India. It is presumed that every student can re-locate anywhere across the country. Any excuse in this regard would not be tolerated unless some severe causes are reported in writing.
3. In INMANTEC, students get a rare privilege to study two fields of specialization as per their choice. These specializations should be carefully selected keeping in mind the opportunities and scope in the current job market scenario. Also, they are advised to concentrate on both fields of specializations so that they can reap advantage of studying DUAL SPECIALIZATIONS and choose job according to the best opportunity brought to campus.
4. Interview dates/time will be fixed as per the discretion of the company intimated to the students through CRD. CRD holds no role in altering dates of interviews set by the companies, especially for off-campus sessions. Any request from the students in fixing alternate dates would not be entertained. Inability to attend an interview due to academic engagements should be duly reported through the NON PARTICIPATION DECLARATION FORM signed by the concerned authority/faculty; else, the student will be FREEZED to the sooner of any one between unfilled vacancies or end of placement session.
5. Students (male candidates especially) going for MARKETING as one of their core activities during job must ensure own conveyance (two wheelers) as every organization demands the same. Although this is not a compulsion from the department, CRD would also not tolerate denial of job offers after final selection due to such lacuna on part of the students. For such cases, students are advised not to sit for companies which keeps it to be a mandate to have own conveyance.
6. Students must comply with every norm of discipline, dress codes, timeliness, contractibility and submission of resume/academic details as mentioned above.
7. Notice with details of vacancies/positions in the respective organizations shall be displayed on the notice board 1-2 days prior to the date scheduled for the interview.
8. Students should clarify every doubt about the company and job profile before appearing for the interview. CRD will conduct the counseling session and discuss the job description with the students before the company’s arrival.
9. Students who wish to apply for a particular opening are required to enroll their names to the CRD officials by submitting CONSENT FORMS that has to be collected from the department. The names can be communicated through mail or in sessions held by the HEAD-CRD before the interviews. These names will be displayed on the notice board.
10. Once a student submits his/her name, it is mandatory to attend the interview and if selected, he/she will not be considered further in the placement process and will be declared FREEZED. However, if any company offers salary in higher brackets of at least 50 % hike from the current CTC on which the student is selected (Rs. 22,000 in case salary of Rs. 15,000), then all deserving students will be allowed to appear (whether they selected earlier or not).
11. It is compulsory for all students to attend the company presentation irrespective of the nomination given for the particular company.
12. Attendance of student will be taken and if it is found that the students are not attending the interview after submitting his/her name, he/she will not be eligible to take part in the further placement process.
13. The number of attempts by students will be limited to five (i.e., if a student is rejected in first two attempts then he/she will get a third chance, if he/she is still rejected then the student will be forwarded to the soft skills trainers for further improvement, thereafter will be allowed for two more chances).
14. In case of off-campus interviews, if required, an interview shall be conducted by CRD at the institute to assess the suitability of the candidate.
15. After 5th trimester (when the academic sessions/classes would wrap up and students will be free to go for job or training), CRD will contact students through emails only, that too, made on the portal of email@example.com. Students need to check their emails regularly and respond accordingly.
16. Please note that salary offered, profile, designation, location is the responsibility of the concerned company as per their policies. CRD has no role in this regard.
Students’ Enrichment and Empowerment Program
SEEP or “Student Enrichment and Empowerment Program” is the brainchild of Prof. Pankaj Gupta, Executive Director INMANTEC. It is designed keeping in view of the latest developments of the economy and the expectations of the prospective employers of different organizations. SEEP would enable students to make them efficient for the job market in a perfect way without any kind of presumption or class-room teaching. It is an attempt to encourage students to build their castles of dream by opting for a career in the way they wants it to be done!
SEEP enables students to take few hours of their weekly schedule and visit different company professionals to interact with them about their interest in the particular organization or area of interest practiced by the respective professional. For this purpose, they are advised to get connected to large communities of recruiters and professionals in LinkedIn, Face book and Twitter. They are encouraged to make new contacts by accessing social networking sites, discuss about future prospects in the respective fields of interest and if scope of opportunity is found, can undertake freelance live projects from the company officials.
For SEEP, students will be under the guidance of the FACULTY MENTORS decided by THE PROGRAM COORDINATOR and would work on various projects as per decided by the Department of Management Studies.
LEADS under SEEP can be defined as a “clue” of prospective recruitment that is ongoing or can take place in near future. This hints possibility of intake in respective companies. All students are directed to generate as many leads as
possible in order to increase their chances of getting placed with the desired work profile they aspires to be fit into.
Leads can be forwarded to CRD through Faculty Mentors after which, it will be followed up for Campus Placements in the subsequent placement weeks. Prospective recruiters can also informed about the exclusive portal of placement: www.inmantec.edu/placement.aspx
The holistic mission of SEEP is to let students get the vibes of corporate through practical exposures where they would be guided to learn how to work independently for self-growth and success.
The lists of FORMS that can be collected by students from CRD are enumerated below: -
Whom to fill
Whom to sign
When to fill
Before attending PI of SIP
Consent Form : Summer Training
To ensure full consent to undertake project of the particular organization To ensure full consent to take placement in a particular company
Single set, hard copy
Consent Form: Final Placement
Before attending PI of Final Placement
Single set, hard copy
Within first two months of joining
Past records of academic performances, contact details This form has to be signed by the respective heads/faculty/concerned authority in case the student couldn’t attend CRD schedules due to other engagements CRD should get proper feedback in order to understand student’s requirements To ensure timeliness and regularity of Summer Training
Soft copy send through mail Multiple (as per requirement)
Non Participation Declaration Form
Concerned Faculty/ authority
Each form for missing each scheduling/ program arranged by CRD
Guest lecture Feedback Form Student
After each Guest Lecture
After each session
SIP Project Execution Form
Industry Mentor and Faculty Mentor
Each fortnightly after joining for SIP
4 sets each fortnightly, hard copy
SIP Feedback Form
After completion of SIP
To receive feedback about competencybuilding and skilldevelopment To update contact details
Single set, hard copy
On the day of Final Contact details Form 1 Student Student Dissertation Presentation
Single set, hard copy
Contact details Form 2
During collection of Final Certificate of Diploma in tentative one year of
To update Alumni database
Single set, hard copy
completion of PGDM CRD Feedback Form Student Student On the day of Final Dissertation Presentation Placement Feedback Form Student Student On the day of Final Dissertation Presentation Alumni Registration Form To understand how the students feel in working with the companies arranged by CRD Single set, hard copy Single set, hard copy To improve services of the department Single set, hard copy
To be done at the Alumni Registration Desk during IAN MEET held annually involving more than 5000 prestigious alumni of the college (To register online: www.inmantec.edu/alumni.aspx)
15 Feb to 15 March
1. CRD/SEEP Mentors will guide students for summer internship. 2. Students will submit the company name where they are going to do Summer Internship by 15th March 3. Guest Talk for PGDM 3rd Trimester 4. Industrial visit for PGDM 3rd Trimester
16 March to 25 March
Data Collection for placement Brochure and CRD record
26 March to 30 April
1. Photo session for Placement Brochure 2. Summer Training Project Details collection from students 3. Write up collection from HOD/Faculty for Placement Brochure 4. Coordination for placement Brochure Printing and Collection
1 May to 15 July
1. Placement Brochure distribution to companies 2. Companies Visit for final placement 3. Summer Internship feedback from students and their respective companies
16 July to 25 July
1. Corporate Guest Talk for PGDM 1st Trimester 2. Corporate Guest Talk for PGDM 4th Trimester
26 July to 10 Aug
1. Industrial Visit for PGDM 1st Trimester 2. Industrial visit for PGDM 4th Trimester 3. Industrial visit for BBA 2nd year students
11 Aug to 30 Sep
1. Companies visit/Follow up for final placement
1 Oct to 30 Oct
1. Corporate Guest Talk for PGDM 2nd Trimester 2. Industrial visit for PGDM 2nd Trimester 3. Corporate guest Talk for PGDM 5th Trimester
4. Final Placement preparation for PGDM 5th Trimester
1 Nov to 14th Feb
1. Final placement for PGDM 5th Trimester 2. MCA 5th Semester Placement/final Project arrangement
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