SBS Placement cell
SASMIRA’S Business School believes in integrating the classroom learning and studies to be leveled up with corporate experience. The fervent need to build a bridge between college visions and student expectations, led to formation of Placement Cell. The placement cell plays an instrumental role in developing and sustaining a mutually beneficial long term relationship with the industry. In addition to that, with the right corporate exposure and applied knowledge, the placements provide the impetus to the students to move forward in the right direction. Further, the placement cell ensures that the industry benefits from the students in terms of taking up roles and responsibilities and contributing to the growth of the organization.
Objective of Placement Cell
- To ensure the student starts the career and moves forward in the right direction for better quality living.
- To provide ultimate satisfaction to our valuable students by offering the companies of their choice according to their eligibility and potentiality.
- To build the bridge between industry and academia.
Student Placement Committee
The Student Placement Committee at Sasmira’s Business School is headed by the head of placement cell Mr. Amol Jadhav and the student members. This committee is responsible for carrying out all placements related activities as follows-
⦁ Organizing Pre-Placement Seminars by Companies
⦁ Final Placements and Summer Internship of the second- and first-year students respectively.
⦁ Help the students gain an industry exposure by helping them to work on live projects.
⦁ The placement committee arranges training programs like resume making, mock interviews, group discussions, aptitude tests, etc.
⦁ Facilitates communication between the college and the corporate organizations to foster a mutually beneficial relationship.
⦁ Help students realize and work towards their short and long term goals through individual counseling and group sessions.
From the desk of Placement Head
At the outset, I, Prof. Amol Jadhav, Head Placements, and Sasmira’s Business School welcome you to the flag ship college of Sasmira. The Training and Placement Cell is one of the integral parts of our college. Training & Placement activities are organized throughout the year with a view to prepare the students to appear the campus recruitment process with confidence. To prepare and train aspiring learners to face campus recruitment, the students are provided with exhaustive training with relevance to communication skills, aptitude test and overall development for personal & professional grooming. These training programs give the students tips on how to crack aptitude, group discussion, interview skills and resume preparation.
The Training and Placement Cell also educates the students by conducting guest lectures and workshops regularly. It is heartening to state that reputed industries across the country visit our college regularly for campus recruitment. It is observed that most of the reputed companies allow students with 60 % Aggregate to appear for the Campus Recruitment Process. Majority of students with first class and good communication skills receive offer letters of reputed companies before their PGDM Degree. In order to give equal opportunity to all the students of our institute, we follow the policy of “ONE STUDENT ONE OFFER” i.e. once a student is placed in a company, he / she is not permitted to appear for the successive recruitment process of other companies.
My gratitude is towards our regular recruiters who have shown consistent faith in the institute’s value system. Also, with great warmth, I graciously welcome our new recruiters who have joined us this season and look forward to an everlasting symbiotic relationship with them.
Prof. Amol Jadhav
Asst. Professor & Head – Placements
(B.Sc., MHRDM, LL.B.)
Contact no: 9221234267
The Placement Committee plays a vital role in measuring a smooth & efficient placement process, in order to assign a suitable job to the student. The process involves co-ordination of all the efforts and activities directed towards ensuring utmost satisfaction to the students for their placement. The placement process at SBS is as follows-
- Preparing updated database of Students
- Adding new companies profile in current Database
- Providing training to the students to prepare them for the placement process like Mock Interviews and GDs.
- Sending invitation letters to companies for campus process
- Receiving the job descriptions from the companies
- Sending CVs of the students to companies
- Fixing dates for the placement process on campus/ Off campus
- Receiving offer letters for the selected students
- Taking placement process feedback from students
- Taking selected students feedback from campanies
Two months summer internship is a mandatory requirement of PG programme with an objective to give them a practical exposure in addition to their class room learning. Industrial exposure and practical experience play a significant role in order to enter the corporate world. Internships have become really important as they not only provide this exposure and experience but also help in one’s personal growth and development.
In the previous year the placement cell of Sasmira’s Business School has given 100% support to the students in their internship recruitment. Each and every student from different field was able to do their internship. Keeping the diversity of students in mind and the importance of internships in context, the Placement Head strived hard to provide students with the best of the opportunities in their field of interest.
Placement Head also encourages by providing students the internship opportunities at esteemed companies. This opportunity enables the students to gain industrial exposure and broaden their skill-sets in their domain of interest.
Live projects can always help to hone the skills; get a high paying job and get the type of career a student has always desired. It is becoming increasingly important to include practical experience in the resume to grab the dream job. Accepting this fact, the placement cell in SBS gives an opportunity to the students to work on various live projects. The details of some of the live projects are as follows:
India has rich cultural heritage and people have immense love for arts and handicrafts. To value the painstaking efforts and contributions of rural entrepreneurs and artisans, the Maharashtra government organizes Mahalakshmi Saras -an annual exhibition-cum-sale of handicrafts, handlooms and food products. The initiative, over the last decade, has introduced over 5,000 Self Help Groups from various corners of the country to the urban consumers. Mahalakshmi Saras, 2019 was held between 23rdJanuary to 4thFebruary 2019 at MMRDA ground in Bandra, Mumbai.
Six PGDM Students got an opportunity to work on this live project which provided a platform for interaction and exchange of innovative ideas and also helped the students to acquire the skills of planning and managing excursions.
Britannia Industry Project
Britannia industries offered an opportunity to work on two live projects namely General trade and Modern trade. The project focused on mapping and expanding Britannia’s distribution coverage across Mumbai. This project enabled students in mapping and visiting all retail outlets in a specified territory and eventually addition of till-date retail outlets to Britannia’s direct coverage network which is serviced through their local distributor.
PGDM students successfully completed this live project in the span of two months which enhanced their skills and gave them all practical exposure.