“High-quality industry inter-phase is very critical for any Education Institution today, Colleges need to revamp their organizational structure, systems and processes for effective interaction with industry” says an excerpt from Live Mint, a Wall Street Journal.
Keeping it as our motto, our whole HR team comprises of our pillars of strength and motivation and is lead in great honor.
The crowning factor of any institute is Placements. The robust Human Resource Department (HRD) at Cambridge Institute of Technology is highly spoken of. Its vision is to provide our students with relevant and conceptualized professional skills thus guiding them to a great future.
One of the Major Challenges faced by the all the education Institutions today is need to constantly adapt to the changing requirements of Industry.
The structure of the job market has changed in recent years with technology having slipped into almost every nook and cranny in our daily lives. We are seeing some great game changers in the recruitment space. With acceleration and shift of global trends sourcing of high quality candidates for key roles will continue to be significant thus making the task equally challenging for the students and the HRD team.
To overcome this issue, most of the institutions have established HRD with an objective to facilitate the stake holders (students) to develop their personal and organizational skills, knowledge, and abilities so as to enhance their personality as well as to help them in getting placed in an excellent organization.
Training of students and equipping them with the right set of skills – technical and life thus developing a holistic personality is one of the core competencies that the HRD is into.
Recruiting via referrals is increasing thus ensuring the HR Team in building a strong network with companies’ nation and world-wide. The info graphic wraps up our top recruiting trends, acquisition, and recruiting trends for near future, highlighting how HR teams are for upcoming game changers. The department is witnessing a period of exciting growth and opportunity, propelled by the growth of technology and its recognition through excellence.
HRD facilitates exchange of ideas amongst students, faculty, and the industry. The prime objective of this department is to strengthen the relationship between the institute and industry resulting in a mutually beneficial partnership.
As a facilitator between academics and the corporates, HRD creates distinct spill-over benefits to young minds to be disciplined, dedicated and determined so that in future they will confidently, capably and undoubtedly steer organizations towards growth, prosperity and excellence dynamically.
With a major shift in the recruiting paradigm the HRD at Cambridge Institute of Technology focuses on treating its students as customers thus bringing a whole new set of buzzwords and new recruiting trends. The buzzwords being – recruitment marketing, inbound recruiting, employer branding, talent pools, social recruiting, candidate relationship management and so on.
Our Placement model is in a four stage process: Pre Placement activities, Career Guidance, Executing Placement and Post Placement reviews.