The Placement Cell operates round the year to facilitate contacts between companies and graduates. The number of students placed through the campus interviews is continuously rising. The Placement Cell organizes career guidance programmes for all the students starting from the first year onwards.
The Placement Cell of St. Bede’s College is a largely student driven, professional body incorporated for facilitating recruitment of the country’s best minds by global corporates. Initially the companies are invited to take part in the recruitment drive. Those interested respond and thus register with us for the year, for recruitment. The students are intimated and a vast number register for the interview. To recruit talent from St. Bede’s, companies can register anytime on our official website.
The Placement Cell begins the academic year with the process of volunteer recruitment from the third year students. The process is conducted by the Placement Cell Committee. The interview process usually starts with a power point presentation where the company enlightens the students about their company profile. Those interested then go for the interview, which usually comprises of group discussion and personal interview.
A great number of new as well as regular companies visited our college for placement every year like Tommy Hilfiger, Calvin Klein, South Indian Bank, Vistara Airlines, PIBM and NGOs like AIESEC. Many other renowned companies approach us not only for placements but also for fellowships and internships.
There is a great deal of enthusiasm among final year students when the placement season starts off. Students come forward with their queries regarding companies, placement procedures and the Placement Cell members readily help them.
At the end of every academic year, most students are provided opportunities to pursue internships to gain some real world practical experience. Emphasis is placed on ensuring that students attending the programme are placed in rewarding, real-world company assignments that extend the learning experience into areas that are not available at the college. Most of our degree programmes offer the opportunity for practical, hands-on experience, internships and projects within the local community.