Training Process

Training & Assessment

I-Year-I sem Soft skills:
Aptitude:
Verbal
Assessment:
1) A practical and activity oriented course which has continuous assessment on class room interaction, activities etc.
2) Objective type – Paper based /Online – Time based test

10 hrs
I Year-II sem Soft skills:
Aptitude:
Verbal
Assessment:
1) A practical and activity oriented course which has continuous assessment on class room interaction, activities etc.
2) Objective type – Paper based /Online – Time based test
10 hrs
II Year-I sem Soft skills:
Aptitude:
Verbal
Assessment:
1) A practical and activity oriented course which has continuous assessment on class room interaction, activities etc.
2) Objective type – Paper based /Online – Time based test
15 hrs
II Year-II sem Soft skills:
Aptitude:
Verbal
Assessment:
1) A practical and activity oriented course which has continuous assessment on class room interaction, activities etc.
2) Objective type – Paper based /Online – Time based test
15 hrs
III Year-I sem Soft skills:
Aptitude:
Verbal
Assessment:
1) A practical and activity oriented course which has continuous assessment on class room interaction, activities etc.
2) Objective type – Paper based /Online – Time based test
15 hrs
III Year-II sem Soft skills:
Aptitude:
Verbal
Assessment:
1) A practical and activity oriented course which has continuous assessment on class room interaction, activities etc.
2) Objective type – Paper based /Online – Time based test
15 hrs
IVth Year-I Sem
  • Mock Interviews
  • Group Discussions.
  • Professional Resume Writing.
  • Skill Development Sessions & Programs. 
  • Preparing Mock Exercises.
  • Arranging Seminars and Technical talks.
  • Recruitment and Placement Sessions.
Assessment:
1) A practical and activity oriented course which has continuous assessment on class room interaction, activities etc.
2) Objective type – Paper based /Online – Time based test.
3) Technical Topic Presentation
4) AMCAT – an Intelligent Adaptive Test for a Students’ Dream Job.
60 hrs

Aptitude

Quantitative Methods & Logical Reasoning
(Common To All Branches)

Course Objectives

  • The objective of this course is to enhance the problem solving skills in the areas of ‘Quantitative Aptitude’ and ‘Reasoning’ which will enable the students to achieve in Campus Placements and competitive examinations.
  • To improve the logical thinking and mathematical ability of the students.

Course Outcomes

At the end of the completion of the course a student is expected –

  • To solve basic and complex mathematical problems in short time.
  • To perform well in various competitive exams and placement drives.

Unit – I

  • Number System:
    Speed maths, Numbers, Factors, prime & Co primes, LCM & HCF, Divisibility rules, finding unit place digit and last two digits of an expression
  • Simple Equations:
    Definition of Linear equation, word problems
  • Ratio, Proportion and Variations:
    Definition of Ratio, Ratio of Proportion, Comparison of ratios, Compound ratio, Direct and indirect proportion
  • Percentages:
    Converting fractions and decimal into percentages, successive percentage, populations, expenditure and savings 
  • Profit and loss:
    Relation between Cost price and selling price, Discount and marked price, Gain or Loss percentages on selling price
  • Simple and Compound Interest:
    Problems on interest (I), amount (A), Principal (P) and rate of interest(R)

    Difference between the simple interest and compound interest for 2 and 3 years.

Unit-II

  • Partnership:
    Relation between partners, period of investment and shares
  • Averages and Ages:
    Average of different groups, change in averages by adding, deleting and replacement of objects,  problems on ages.
  • Allegation and mixtures:
    Allegation rule, Mean value of the mixture, Replacement of equal amount of quantity.
  • Time and Work:
    Men and Days, Work and Wages, pipes and cisterns, hours and work, Alternate days concept,
  • Time and Distance:
    Difference between the average and relative speeds, reaching the destination late and early, Stoppage time per hour, time and distance between two moving bodies
  • Trains, Boats and Streams:
    Train crossing man, same and opposite directions, Speed of boat and stream,

Unit-III

  • Progressions:
    Arithmetic, Geometric and Harmonic Progressions, Arithmetic Mean, Geometric Mean and Harmonic   Mean and their relations.
  • Quadratic Equations:
    General form of quadratic equation, finding the roots of quadratic equation, Nature of the Roots.
  • Mensurations:
    2D geometry- perimeter, areas, 3D geometry – surface areas, volumes
  • Permutation and Combination:
    Fundamental rules, problems on permutations & combinations.
  • Probability
    Definition of probability, notations and formulae, problems on probability.
  • Data Interpretation and Data Sufficiency:
    Tabular and Pie-charts, Bar and Line graphs, Introduction to data sufficiency, problems on data   sufficiency.

Unit-IV

  • Deductions:
    Statements and conclusions using Venn diagram and Syllogism method
  • Connectives:
    Definition of simple and compound statements, Implications and negations for compound statements.
  • Series completion:
    Number series, Alphabet series, letter series.
  • Coding and Decoding: 
    Letter coding, Number coding, Number to letter coding, Matrix coding, Substitution, Mixed letter   coding,  Mixed number coding, Deciphering individual letter codes by analysis.
  • Analytical Reasoning Puzzles:
    Problems on Linear, Double line-up and Circular arrangements, Selections and Comparisons.
  • Blood Relations:
    Defining the various relations among the members of a family, Solving Blood Relation Puzzles by   using symbols and notations. Problems on Coded relations.

 Unit-V

  • Direction sense test:
    Sort of directions in puzzles, distance between two points, problems on shadows, Application of  triangular triplets.
  • Clocks:
    Relation between minute-hour hands, angle vs. time, exceptional cases in clocks
  • Calendars:
    Definition of a Leap Year, Finding the odd days, finding the day of any random calendar date,   repetition of calendar years.
  •  Cubes and Dices:
    Finding the minimum and maximum number of identical pieces and cuts, painting of cubes and cuts,   problems on dice.
  • Venn diagrams:
    Circular representation of given words, Geometrical representation of certain class, set theory based problems.
  • Number, Ranking and Time sequence test:
    Number test, Ranking test, Time sequence test.

Text Books

  • GL Barrons,(author) Mc Graw Hills,(publications)  Thorpe’s Verbal Reasoning, LSAT Material (2015)
  • R S Agarwal, (author) S.Chand, (publications) ‘A modern approach to logical Reasoning’ (Revised edition, 2016)
  • R S Agarwal, (author) S.Chand, (publications) ‘Quantitative Aptitude’ (Revised edition, 2016)

Reference Books

  • Quantitative Aptitude-G.L BARRONS (new edition, 2016)
  • Quantitative Aptitude-Abhijit Guha Mc Graw Hills (new edition, 2016)
  • Quantitative Aptitude-U.Mohan Rao SCITECH (new edition, 2016)

Soft Skills

Personality Development and Behavioural Skills

B. Tech. – Third year  (Common to all Branches)

Course Objectives

  • To enable students to communicate with outside and peer group members in an effective manner.
  • To enable the students to give better presentation and explanation on their projects, posters and assignments – this makes them industry ready.
  • To perform better during Campus Recruitment and various interviews they face in their career.

Course Outcomes

At the end of the course a student is expected:

  • To communicate with more confidence using better spoken and written English
  • To give better presentation and explanation with the use of digital inventions
  • To perform well during Campus Drives and different Interviews

Unit – I

Personality Development: Definition – Various Aspects of Personality Development – Behavioural Traits.
Importance of Soft skills-Soft skills for a future Entrepreneur – Qualities of a good leader – Stress Management – Success stories.

Unit – II

Non Verbal Communication: Kinesics- Haptics – Proxemics – Vocalics – Oculesics – Body Language in Interviews.

Unit – III:

Team Dynamics: Different Types of Teams-role of an individual – Communicating as a group or team leader – Individual Presentations/Team Presentation. Case Studies: Project Presentations.

Unit-IV

Technical Report Writing: Formats – Effective Resume Preparation – Covering Letter – Statement of Purpose (SoP).

Unit-V

Role of Multimedia in Communication: Communication in a Digital Edge (Video Conference Etc.)

E-Correspondence: Recent Trends in Professional Communication – Social Networking: Importance, Effects.

Blogging: Creating of Blogs – Technical and Non – technical blogs – Success Stories and Case Studies.

Reference Books

  • Barun, K Mitra, Personality Development and Soft Skills, Oxford University Press, 2nd Edition, 2016.
  • Gopalaswamy Ramesh, The Ace of Soft Skills: Attitude, Communication and Etiquette for Success, Pearson Education, 2013.
  • Krishna Mohan & Meera Banerji, Developing Communication Skills, Macmillan India Ltd, 2008.
  • Krishna Mohan & Meenakshi Raman, Effective English Communication, Tata McGraw-Hill Publishing Company Ltd, 2008.
  • Arati Gurav, 50 Mantra’s of Personality Development, Buzzingstock Publishing House, 2013.
  • P. Kiranmai Dutt & Geetha Rajeevan, Basic Communication Skills, Cambridge University Pvt. Ltd2007.
  • S.C. Sood, Mita Bose, Naresh Jain, Developing Language Skills, Manohar Publications, 2007,
  • T.M. Farhathullah, Communication Skills for Technical Students, Orient Longman Pvt Ltd, 2002.

Technical Skills

Basic Programming

  • Data Types
  • Iteration, Recursion, Decision
  • Procedure, functions and scope

Data Structures

  • Arrays, Linked Lists, Trees, Graphs
  • Stacks, Queues
  • Hash Tables
  • Heaps
  • Searching and Sorting

OOPs

  • Polymorphism
  • Abstraction
  • Encapsulation
  • Complexity Theory

Miscellaneous

  • Searching and Sorting
  • Complexity Theory

DBMS

  • Data model
  • Relational Algebra and SQL
  • Normalization,
  • Architecture, Indexing

Resume Building

  • The core issue is that a resume must be a useful document to its readers. You must provide relevant, concise information.
  • Always bear in mind that any prospective employer has their own specific criteria. You must address these criteria in full. If you don’t, computer screening can discard your application.
  • There’s no such thing as an all-purpose resume. Obviously, your basic information will be similar, but you’ll need to modify your resume for different employers.
  • Research the employer’s business! Use the employer’s contact person to get as much information as possible about the job. This can save you from some major blunders and provide very useful information.
  • More isn’t necessarily better in terms of amount of text. Stick to solid facts, without adornment, unless additional information gives you a clear advantage.

Formatting your resume

Your fresher resume format is critically important

  • Your resume must be easy to read. Always think of the reader’s needs.
  • Use dedicated sections, not just headers, to split up your resume into simple segments. This is to help the reader focus on specific information, like qualifications, etc.
  • Make sure that your resume has a credible, professional look and use color to break up your sections. Some resumes you’ll see online look like junk mail, and that’s not where you want to be. Look professional!
    You can also consider using any of these beautiful resume templates on Resumonk.
  • Allow space for your information. Don’t try to cram things in to spaces which are too small.
  • There is no set-in-stone format for fresher resumes apart from the obvious baseline information required. If you have high value information, like an internship or project relevant to the application, include it.

Basic fresher resume layout

A typical fresher resume fresher resume layout is pretty simple

  • Name and contact info header- Large standard font, all easy to read.
  • Career objectives- Optional, and not necessarily useful. Keep this section brief and clear, if included.
  • Qualifications- Spell out relevant information. Check to make sure you’re providing all the information required and clearly define your skill sets in terms of application requirements. Use the same keywords as the job criteria to get through computer screening.
  • Software skills- This is a common requirement for many employers and a major checklist criteria item for some.
  • Relevant practical experience- Projects, internships, related academic work if applicable. Ensure you address the employer’s high priority requirements in this section.
  • Achievements- Clearly define your achievements. Expand to include relevant position requirements.