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Campus to Corporate

Bridging the gap between what employer look in to fresh graduates and what academia teach their student is the biggest challenge faced by both college and the organization. Our "Campus to Corporate" is the ultimate answer for this. This is very useful work shop for final year students of various professional courses.

Benefits of the Campus to Corporate are:-

  • An eye opener for the fresher aspiring for campus placement.
  • New Recruits are able to appreciate the Corporate Culture & Adapt it.
  • Win-Win Relationship between the Organization and the New Recruit.
  • Learning Desired skills and behavior which is essential for career succes

This campus to corporate is ideal for those who are in the final year of the study and are aspiring a career birth during campus selection. No specific knowledge or experience is required. This will help students to get following many practical knowledge other than will help in :-

  • Generating Confidence & Enthusiasm
  • Adapting to Change
  • Understanding & Learning the Effective Habits
  • Goal Settings
  • Business Communication
  • Grooming and Business Manners
  • Corporate Etiquette
  • Action Plan
  • Developing Interpersonal Skills, Team Building, Presentation Skills

Other than this we also focus on Lean Six Sigma, where students can get trained in Green Belt, Black Belt and Yellow Belt diversified Six Sigma according to the needs of business.

Bridge GAP Courses where the gap between the pass out students and corporate needs are catered, Skill training for engineering students to get accustomed with the business and corporate needs, Leadership development programs for developing the managerial skills in the students are few arenas where we focus for development of student.

Profit and efficiency optimization programs for leader and employees, Talent Development program and many other management development programs are incorporated.


"The struggle you’re in today is developing the strength you need for tomorrow"