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RECRUITMENT PROCEDURES AND POLICIES OF LEADING INSTITUTES AT A GLANCE

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IIT Kanpur IIT Madras IIT Roorkee IIT Bombay IIT Delhi IIT Guwahati Delhi Technological University NIT Trichy NIT Surathkal NIT Kurukshetra

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IIT Kanpur
Placement Policy
The placement policy will be applicable to all students registered for the 2011-12 campus placements of IIT Kanpur and is to be followed during the entire duration of the placement season. Eligibility Criteria for B.Tech, Dual Degree, M. Tech, MSc. And PhDs 1) Student of IIT Kanpur expected to complete his/her degree by July 2012 is eligible to register. 2) Sponsored students, i.e. students under QIP or those who have signed any bond for pursuing studies at the IIT Kanpur must produce NO OBJECTION CERTIFICATE from the concerned authorities/ agencies prior to registering with SPO. 3) Students can register for placements only once. Guidelines for Policy 1) The role of the SPO (Students' Placement Office) is of a facilitator and counselor for placement related activities. SPO does NOT guarantee a job. Applying for a company or joining a company is entirely the responsibility/decision of the student concerned. 2) The placement facility is available to all the students registered with SPO through the policy ONE JOB TO ONE STUDENT AT THE FIRST INSTANCE 3) There is no restriction on applying/appearing in interviews until the first job is secured. A student will be considered to have secured a job if his/her name appears in the selection list or an appointment letter is received in the SPO. 4) Students must keep their Identity Card with them at the time of PPT/Test/Group Discussion/ Interviews, and produce the same when demanded by the visiting team or SPO staff or their representatives. 5) Once a student has been shortlisted by a company for placement process he /she is NOT allowed to contact the members of the team visiting the campus for placement purpose without prior permission of the Chairman SPC. 6) The SPO strongly discourages the students to go for off campus placements in the companies that already come to IITK campus as this affects the company-institute relations adversely. Students are also requested to forward contacts they have, if any, in different companies so that SPO may formally invite these companies for placements. 7) If a student is found doctoring his/her resume submitted at SPO his/her registration at SPO will be cancelled immediately and also the matter will be referred to SSAC. Pre Placement offers (PPOs) 1) All Pre Placement Offers by any company whatsoever, extended to any student, have to be immediately intimated to the Placement Office by the student after registration. This also includes offers extended by companies that are not participating in the 2011-12 campus placements. 2) All companies contacted will also be asked in advance about any Pre Placement offers that have been extended by them and the company will be informed about our PPO policy in advance.

3) Also, any form of intimation from a company about the possibility of a PPO being granted in future should be informed to the Placement Office. The Placement Office will take up the matter with the company further and the student will be allowed to sign Job Announcement Form (JAF) as per the normal policy until a decision regarding the grant of a PPO is made. 4) A student offered a Pre Placement Offer through SPO must accept/reject the offer prior to the date specified by the company. 5) Students accepting or denying a PPO will have to immediately notify the Placement Office of the same. If the PPO is accepted, the job will be recorded and he/she will NOT be allowed to participate in the campus placements. However, he/she will be allowed to participate in the process if the offer is rejected. The rejection letter will be sent to the company through SPO. Any student found to have breached any of these rules or secured a PPO and not informed the placement office of the same will be debarred from the placement process. If at the time of breach the student is already placed, the company in which he/she is placed will be intimated of the violation. Penalty Structure Each student will be assigned a total of 10 points at the time of registration with SPO. Points will be deducted from his record for misconduct as per the following rules. Losing all the 10 points or more will lead to deregistration from SPO. Re-registration may be done at the discretion of Chairman, SPC and/or after paying a monetary penalty. 1) A student will be allowed to be exempted from compulsory attendance for PPT for a maximum of 2 companies due to genuine reasons* by filling a leave application form which can be downloaded from (PPT Leave Application) within 2 days after PPT. 2) Student will not be allowed to participate in the selection process of the company for which he/she has missed the PPT (Exempting the 2 companies missed due to genuine reasons). However, he/she may be allowed to participate in the process of that particular company after deduction of 4 points. 3) Opting out of the selection process of a company at any stage after applying may lead to deduction of minimum of 5 points and maximum of 10 points. For ex- 6 points for missing test, 7 for missing GD, 10 for missing interview. 4) Any sort of misbehavior on the part of students which affects the decorum of the PPT or the selection process or the reputation of the SPO attracts a minimum penalty of 2 points. The fine may be increased at the discretion of the Placement Office as per the severity of the situation. eg- Asking inappropriate questions during PPT or Interview. 5) Cheating in all forms or marking proxies during the selection process is strictly prohibited and those caught indulging in such activities would lose all their points and debarred from the placement process. Also note that no concessions in any form shall be provided in such case. *Genuine reasons include health problems or other reasons subject to approval of Chairman, SPC. PPT missed due to academic clashes will not be counted among the 2 companies. Attendance will be marked on submitting the PPT leave application form.

Guidelines for Master Resume: Important guidelines related to master resume: Master resume will NOT be sent to the company, you need to apply with a different resume for every company No bar on the length of master resume, but each and every point will need verification The resume with which one applies for a particular company must be a subset of the master resume One cannot add/change any point/sub point that is written in the master resume while making his/her resume a. One is allowed to delete points/sub points b. If you need to state your point in a different way for the technical and non-technical profile, we suggest you to include it in the master resume itself even if it causes repetition Any change in the master resume MUST be done with the permission of SPO; writing the same point in a different way will be considered as a 'change' Your resume, before being sent to the company, will be verified by the software and if found different from the master resume even by 5% then your application will get withdrawn from that company and will also attract penalty on the part of student

IIT MADRAS
Placement Policy

A. ELIGIBILITY & REGISTRATION 1) All students who expect to graduate from the Institute by the end of the academic year 2011-12 and are seeking employment may register for campus placements with this office. Placement Registration is for ONE ACADEMIC YEAR ONLY. 2) Registration for BTech, Dual Degree (BTech & MTech), MTech, MSc, MA and MBA will be done during the month of August. 3) The MS & PhD research scholars can register during the month of October by submitting a certificate in the prescribed format available with Placement Office, indicating that they will submit their thesis before 30th June 2012. 4) Campus placement is a facility provided for the students. Registration is not compulsory at all. Students not interested in placements are requested not to register for placements. 5) Students having 4 or more course backlogs are advised not to register for placement. Such students are advised to improve and register after the end semester examinations. However, the students are allowed to register in case of non-completion of course/project requirements in their final two semesters. 6) Research Scholars must submit a certificate from their respective guides to the effect that they will submit their thesis by June 2012. In this regard, the prescribed format can be obtained from the Placement Office a week prior to the registration week. 7) Students who have acquired their degrees and were not placed in the earlier year will not be allowed to re-register. 8) RE-REGISTRATION: Students who have lost the job for genuine reasons will be allowed to reregister on a case to case basis. Only students who have a course extension or other genuine reasons will be allowed to re-register. 9) Each registered student will be given a unique student account to the placement website - to access the placement notices, company announcements and to upload resumes. *The registration fee will not be returned under any circumstances.

B. RESUME 10) Students are advised to read the announcements made, go through the company website and apply only if interested.

11) Students are expected to follow the institute resume template available on the placement website for preparing the resumes. 12) The details of the resume have to be genuine and any student found violating this rule will be disallowed from the placements for the rest of the academic year. 13) Students have to upload and submit their resumes on the website to individual companies well before the deadline. Resume once submitted cannot be modified. DEADLINES WILL NOT BE EXTENDED UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCE. 14) Students are advised to avoid last minute uploading, as it may lead to delays and some may even be left out.

C. PRE-PLACEMENT TALKS 15) Notices of the PPT will be published on the placement website well in advance. Students should occupy the venue 15-mintues before the scheduled start of the PPT 16) Students interested in a particular company, must attend its PPT without fail 17) Attendance will be taken and only those students who have attended a particular PPT will be eligible to apply for that company 18) Students must clarify details regarding salary break-up, job profile, place of work, bond details etc with the companies during PPT (pre-placement talk) 19) Students cannot decide on their own (voluntarily) to drop from the selection process of a particular company, after sitting through its PPT and uploading the resume unless the student de-registers from the placements. 20) Special Cases: a) For companies who have already completed PPTs, the students can apply after the PPT. b) In cases where the students have to upload the resume prior to the PPT, they can voluntarily drop from that company's selection process after sitting through the PPT.

D. PLACEMENT PROCESS 21) It is the responsibility of the student to check announcements/notices/ updated information/shortlisted names etc. in the notice boards of Placement Office/website. Students are expected to be in time as per the announcements. 22) ATTENDANCE & PUNCTUALITY: a) A student who applies and gets shortlisted is bound to go through the entire selection process unless rejected midway by the company. Any student who withdraws deliberately in the midst of a selection process will be disallowed from placement for the rest of the academic year.

b) Late comers for Aptitude Test/GD/Interview may not be allowed to appear for the selection process.

23) DISCIPLINE: Students should maintain discipline and show ethical behavior in every action they take during the placement process. Any student found violating the discipline rules set by the company or defaming the institute name will be disallowed from the placements for the rest of the academic year. a) Students found cheating or misbehaving in the selection process (PPT/Test/GD/Interview) will be disallowed from the placements for the rest of the academic year.

E. JOB OFFERS 24) PRE PLACEMENT OFFERS: a) The Placement Office has de-linked Pre-Placement Offers from placements. Hence, students who have a pre-placement offer will be allowed to register for placements. b) However, such students will be eligible to appear for placements until the day on which the company (which has offered PPO) visits the campus. 25) MULTIPLE OFFERS: Each student is eligible for only one job offer. a) If a student receives more than one offer owing to delays in the announcements of results by the companies, the student is bound to accept the job offer whose results are declared earlier.

b) If the results are declared on the same day, the student may choose from the offers in hand and inform the placement office of his choice, within 24 hrs of announcement of results. 26) Every student who is selected by a company is out of placement thereafter i.e. deregistered from the placement website. A deregistered account will be activated, only on a case to case basis, at the discretion of Advisor, Training & Placement. 27) OFFER OF JOB: Announcement on the notice board will be considered as firm offer. Offers received from companies must be collected as per timings in circular / notice. The responsibility of going through the offer letter and taking actions therein such as submission of documents lies entirely with the student. In case offers are received directly by the student from the company, the same must be intimated to the Placement office.

F. MISCELLANEOUS 28) MEDICAL TEST: The Placement office assumes that every selected student will pass the medical test. If there is a rejection at this stage, the students registration will be renewed and the student becomes eligible again to seek placement through this office. 29) JOINING STATUS: In case, students decide not to join the company, they should inform the company in writing with reasons by April. They are also required to submit a copy of that letter to the Placement Office. 30) DRESS CODE: Students must be formally dressed whenever they participate in any sort of interaction with a company. This office reserves the right to refuse permission to a student to attend the selection process, if their attire is unsatisfactory. 31) IDENTITY CARDS: Students must bring their identity cards with them whenever they go through a placement process 32) For all matters not covered by the above regulations, the Placement Office will use its discretion to take appropriate decisions.

IIT ROORKEE
Placement Policy

1) The role of the Training and Placement Cell is of a facilitator and councilor for placement related activities. Training and Placement Cell does not guarantee a job. 2) The companies visiting the campus are divided in the following three categories: a) Category-A: Companies offering CTC >= Rs 6 LPA, b) Category-B: Companies offering CTC >= Rs 3.5 LPA; but CTC < Rs 6 LPA, c) Category-C: Companies offering CTC < Rs 3.5 LPA 3) Teaching job is a special category and any student getting a job in this category can apply for non teaching job in any other category as per cases 4 - 7. 4) As soon as the student secures a Job in Category-A, he/she will be out of the Placement Session 2011-12 and will not be allowed to appear for any other company. 5) A student can appear for a Company of Category-A on campus under either of the following cases: a) Student has not been placed in any Company, b) Student has been placed in a company of Category-B and 80% of the students with CGPA>6 have been placed in his/her respective class, c) Student has been placed in a company of Category-C. 6) A Student can appear for a company of Category-B on campus under cases 5(a) or 5(c). 7) A Student can appear for a company of Category-C under case 5(a). 8) A student can have a maximum of 2 jobs excluding Category-C and teaching job. 9) In case of student being offered multiple jobs (in different categories), he/she will be allowed to go only for the last job and any previous offer(s) will stand cancelled. 10) Deferred Placement Policy: Under this policy, a maximum of 5 students as selected by Dean, SRIC and Coordinator, STEP can opt out of the Placement Procedure in their graduating year making them eligible to sit once in either of the next two Placement Sessions conducted at IIT Roorkee. Ex: A Graduate of 2012 who is selected under this policy will be eligible to sit only for Placement Session of either 2012-13 or 2013-14 (and not of 2011-12). 11) In case of parallel recruitment procedures of two or more companies, if an unavoidable case of clash of procedures arise then a student may be asked to choose between the companies and hence can only continue in the procedure with the selected company/companies. No change in decision in this regard will be accepted in any case after advancement in the selection procedure from that point. 12) In case a student is short-listed in two or more companies on a particular day, he/she is eligible to sit for the selection process of all the companies and following policy is to be adhered to: a) In case a student appears for two or more companies of Category - A on a particular day then he/she will be considered selected in the company which first comes out with the final selection list and he/she will be out of the placement process of the other companies. b) In case a student is appearing for companies in Category-A or B and Category-C: i) If the student gets selected in Company of Category-A or B then he/she will be finalized for the same and will be out of the placement process of the other companies. ii) If the student gets selected in a Company of Category- C then he/she will be finalized for the same. The student will still have the option of continuing with company of Category-A

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or B and if he/she gets selected in such a Company he/she will be finalized for it and his/her first job will stand cancelled. c) In case a student appears for two or more companies of Category-C on a particular day then policy 12a will be followed. 13) Students having a Pre-Placement Offer from a company must inform the Placement Cell about the acceptance or rejection of the same by the end of October, 2011. In case any student doesnt inform the placement Cell about the same before the above specified date, he / she will be considered to have accepted the offer and will be considered for the further placement procedure according to policy 14. 14) Student accepting a Pre-Placement Offer (PPO) will be considered placed and will be allowed to appear for recruitment process of a company as per cases 4, 5, 6 & 7. 15) a) Student rejecting a Pre-Placement Offer (PPO) will be allowed to apply to companies offering CTC greater than the CTC of the PPO and will specifically be not allowed to appear for the company of which he/she has rejected the PPO. b) Student rejecting an internship offered through Training and Placement Cell is required to inform (in writing through Department faculty advisor) to the Training and Placement Office on or before 15th March, 2012 failing which he/she will be debarred from the placement process for the first ten days of the next placement session and will not be permitted to participate in the recruitment process of that particular company as well. 16) Companies will be invited and scheduled by the Training and Placement Cell on the basis of the following parameters: a) Job profile and growth prospects. b) The package being offered by the company. c) Past record of recruitment at IIT Roorkee. d) Feedback from the Alumni regarding the company. 17) Student found adopting unfair means of any kind in placement procedure of any company the will be debarred from participating in recruitment process of that company and the next 10 companies he/she has applied to and shortlisted. 18) Student withdrawing after being shortlisted by a company at any stage will be debarred from participating in recruitment process of the next 5 companies he/she has applied to and shortlisted. 19) Correct and verifiable information should be produced in the resume. Any student found violating this rule will be de-registered from the Placement Session 2011-12. 20) Student misbehaving in any manner with staff of Training and Placement Cell and student representatives will be debarred from Placement Session 2011-12. 21) Students must keep their Identity Card with them at the time of PPT/Test/Group Discussion/ Interviews, and produce the same when demanded by visiting team or TPC staff or their representatives. Candidates must also always carry 4 copies of their resume and 2 passport size photographs for the GD/Interview of a company. 22) Students are not allowed to use mobile phones in the vicinity of a company official and also are forbidden to carry the question paper out of the examination hall after the written exam. 23) Students are expected to maintain decorum in all interactions with company officials such as PPT, written exam and so on. Students should reach for PPT/Test/Group Discussion/Interviews on time. Also Students will not be allowed to leave the Hall before the PPT is completely finished. Any student found violating this will be liable to disciplinary action.

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24) It is compulsory for every interested candidate to attend the Pre-Placement Talk of a company in formals for which he / she has applied otherwise he / she will not be allowed to sit in the placement process of that company. 25) No student will directly contact any company official for any purpose. This includes forwarding of resumes for consideration, opportunities of Internships/Dissertations etc. All communication should be channelized through Placement Representative of Training and Placement Cell. 26) Each student should join the online group of their respective department which will be handled by their respective Placement Representative. Students are also advised to keep a watch on the Bhawan Notice Boards and the online notice board for updates. 27) QIP/Sponsored/Self-financed and Part time students are not eligible to take part in the Placement Process as per the institute policy. Any student found doing so will be subjected to disciplinary action. 28) Any issues to be discussed should be forwarded to the respective Placement Representative and it is his/her responsibility to take it up with the Training and Placement Cell. 29) Training & Placement Cell will try to convince the company to open for as many branches as possible so as to provide opportunity to maximum number of students and no objection from any branch / department will be entertained in this regard. 30) Under no circumstances should a student negotiate with a company executive about CTC offered during the course of the selection process. Any student violating this norm will be liable to strict disciplinary action. If market situation and job scenario necessitates a revision in the Placement Policy, it will be done in a manner so as to maximize the benefit to the student community as a whole.

Placement Procedure
PHASE-I 1) The invitation, containing the relevant information and the job annexure, is sent to the companies/organizations through email/post. 2) Companies/organization fills the annexure and sends it back to the Training and Placement Cell, IIT Roorkee via email/post. It is highly desirable that the job annexure is completed in all respects as it forms the primary basis of communicating the job-profile being offered to the candidates. 3) The details of the annexure are made available to the students on Placement Online, IIT Roorkee 4) Suitable dates for Pre-Placement Talk (PPT from here on) are decided after discussions between the company and the Training and Placement Cell. 5) After confirmation from the company, students are notified for the PPT date. 6) The company visits IITR campus and conducts its PPT. 7) The company may also, if interested, conduct selections for summer internships of the pre final year students on the same day as it's a general procedure followed by companies.

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PHASE-II 1) The Training and Placement Cell allots a date to the company as per the ranking by the students. The company is ranked on the basis of following parameters: a) Job profile and growth prospects. b) The package being offered by the company. c) Past record of recruitment at IIT Roorkee. 2) Feedback from the students regarding the company. The company can confirm or negotiate the dates with the placement cell. 3) Interested students sign their willingness by registering for the company online. 4) Resumes of the interested students (if required) are made available to the companies for the purpose of short listing. 5) The list of short listed students is mailed to the Training and Placement Cell prior to the campus selection date. PHASE-III 1) Companies visit the campus on the given date and conduct the written technical/aptitude test, group discussion/personal interview as a part of their selection procedure. 2) Please note that the facility of video conferencing at the campus can be availed for the purpose of interviewing candidates in case the company is unable to visit the campus. 3) The company/organization is required to furnish the final list of selected students as soon as possible after the final completion of procedure. The selected students may or may not be allowed to sit in further job interviews as per the placement policy of the institute.

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IIT Bombay
Placement Procedure
1) The Placement Office (nodal point for placements at IITB) or the Placement Cell (a body of student representatives) sends invitations to companies/organizations along with relevant information. 2) Logins are created for companies interested in recruiting at http://placements.iitb.ac.in to access their online account 3) Company/ Organization fills in a JAF (Job Announcement Form) containing details of the job offer (pay package, place of posting, allowances and other bonuses) using their online account. JAFs can also be sent either by post or email to Placement Cell/ Office, IIT Bombay (placementcell@iitb.ac.in/ placement@iitb.ac.in). 4) Online JAFs cannot be edited after a particular date, decided by the Placement Office. 5) If the company/organization wishes to conduct a Pre-Placement Talk (PPT) they can sent a request along with the preferred dates. 6) The JAF is made available online to the students, along with any other information furnished by company organization. 7) Placement Office allots dates to companies for campus interviews based on various details given by companies. The company/organization confirms the dates with the Placement Office. 8) Interested students show their willingness to appear for the recruitment process of a company by signing its JAF. 9) Companies can view resumes of interested students and shortlist students using their online account. 10) Companies come down to the campus on the allotted date/s and conduct tests and/or interviews according to their recruitment process. 11) The company/organization is required to furnish the final list of students preferably on the date of interview. Note: The placement office records jobs corresponding to the students selected. Students once placed may not be allowed to appear for other interviews as per the institute placement policy. * The Job Announcement Form provides the primary basis of communicating the details of the positions offered to the candidates. It is therefore, highly desirable that the Form is completed in all respects and it would be advantageous if it were accompanied by relevant company literature with more details about the company. **Companies are allotted dates based on the ranking of the job offer. The job offer is ranked based on the following parameters: 1) Compensation Package 2) Growth Prospects in the job 3) Past record of recruitment at IIT Bombay The data provided by the companies through the Job Announcement Form, company brochures including financial statements, etc. are made available to the students to decide the ranking.

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IIT DELHI
Placement Policy

ELIGIBLITY & REGISTRATION 1) All Full time Final Year Students of IIT Delhi (except QIP and Industry Sponsored students) are eligible to participate in the recruitment process for placements through the Training and Placement (TnP) Board except those: a) Students who have to complete more than 60 credits in their final year. b) Ph.D. students who have not submitted their synopsis. 2) All students eligible for on-campus jobs have to register themselves with ACSS. MASTER CV AND VERIFICATION 1) The eligible students are required to fill in the ACSS MASTER CV and also upload their photograph in the space provided. 2) It is expected that a student shall NOT add any ambiguous/ wrong/fraudulent/misleading information in his/her resume. Resume checks will continue throughout the placement process. If, on verification, any discrepancies are found, the student would be de-barred from placements. This may also attract strict disciplinary action. APPLICATION RULES 1) All applications to the companies are to be made only through the ACSS system of the Training and Placement Cell, IIT Delhi. If a student does not apply on ACSS for a particular company, he/she will not be allowed to participate in the selection process of that company. 2) A student can apply to a maximum of 40 companies on campus without any monetary considerations. A warning would be issued as one crosses 30 applications. The quota status and the number of companies the student may further apply to (without withdrawing from those applied to, see below) will be constantly available on the ACSS account application status page. Please check it after every application/withdraw and report discrepancy to the HoD TnP 3) After a student has exhausted his/her quota of 40 applications, and desires to make further applications: a) He/she will be required to approach his/her Faculty Coordinator and Head & obtain in writing a letter certifying the need of the student to obtain 10 more applications in a standard format. b) Only on receipt of such a request, would TnP consider and add 10 more applications to the student quota of applications. c) After a student has exhausted this additional quota, the student will no longer stand eligible for securing any on-campus job.

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It is advised that the applications are made judiciously by assessing ones own strengths and not on those of ones peers. The decision should be professional and not an emotional one.

RULES OF WITHDRAWING AN APPLICATION The student may withdraw his/her application from a company on campus subject to the following rules and regulations: 1) The student can withdraw his/her application to a company ONLY if the last date of application to that particular company is NOT over. There can no withdrawals after this date. 2) The student may withdraw from any or all companies without any limits, but only before the last date of application to company/ies concerned. 3) The student may also reapply to a company that he/she had earlier withdrawn from, provided he/she has not exceeded his/her application quota & application deadline for the company is not over. 4) Each withdrawal from a company (before the last date of application to the company) will increase is/her application quota by one. 5) After the last date of application all rules and regulations (including absenteeism penalty) mentioned in the section SELECTION PROCESS: RULES AND REGULATIONS will be applicable. SELECTION PROCESS: RULES AND REGULATIONS 1) One student is allowed to secure only one job. And therefore after one secures a job, one would be automatically deregistered from that day onwards. 2) As more than one company would be visiting the campus, there may be a possibility that one student secures more than one job on the same day. Therefore, a) Each eligible student will be required to fill up his/her individual preferences in advance, at least 2 days before, for each placement day, ranking the companies he/she has applied to/ has been shortlisted on a particular day, in the descending order of his/her choice. The preferences are editable till a day before by 23:59 hrs. b) These preferences shall be used in case: i) The student gets selected in more than one company on the same placement day. ii) A company wants to make an on-the-spot offer to the student before the selection procedure for the day is over. c) In case a student gets selected in 2 or more companies on the same day, then the company ranked higher in the preference order of the student will be the one where the student would be finally considered placed. d) In case a company decides to offer the student an on-the-spot job offer before the entire placement process for that day is over then he/she will NOT be allowed to appear further for the placement process of the other companies which were ranked lower in preference than the company that made on-the-spot offer. The student will, however, be allowed to appear in such company/ies, which were higher in preference order than the one which offered the job. e) In case a student does not fill the preference order for a placement day, then the first company where the student gets selected shall be deemed as the final choice and he/she

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will NOT be allowed to continue to appear for the placement process of the other companies.

It is therefore advised that one MUST register their preference ASAP. It does not help being lazy.
3) In case a company does not give its final selection list on the same day it visits the campus, then the students will be allowed to appear in other companies visiting on subsequent days till they finally get selected. However, if a student has already been selected by a company that came on subsequent day & the company that deferred its decision also makes an offer to him/her later on, then: a) In case the result of selected student(s) comes on the same day, then the student will be given an option to choose between the previous company and the company of the day. b) In case the result of the company (which deferred its selection process) gives its result on a day later than the day when the student was selected by another company, this late offer will be rejected and the company would be informed. 4) Acceptance of Offers: Selected students would get the message on their desktops. After this stage the student would be required to accept the offer by clicking on appropriate link in the ACSS student login within 24 hours of declaration of the result. In case the offer is not accepted within 24 hours, the same would get communicated to the company through its online account with TnP. Whether one accepts or does not, one would not be allowed to participate further.

It is advised that the students accept the offer immediately through the ACSS online system
5) Pre Placement Offers policy: a) PPO is considered honorable. All pre placement offers extended to any student have to be routed through the placement cell. If one likes the offer, one is advised to accept the offer. Such students who accept the PPO would, however, be deregistered from the oncampus placement process. b) In case the candidate does not accept the PPO, he/she would be allowed to appear for the on-campus placement process till such date that the company visits the campus. After that day, he/she would be deregistered. STUDENT CONDUCT AND DISCIPLINARY POLICY 1) Absenteeism rules and policy: a) For absenteeism in any test, interview or any selection process which an applicant has to attend as part of a companys recruiting procedure the following minimum penal action would apply: i) Absence of first time Fine of Rs. 1000 ii) Absence of second time - Fine of Rs 2000 iii) Absence of third time Debarred from on-campus placement Re-registration requests will be entertained from 10 AM 5 PM on working days only. Reregistration can take upto half a working day after receipt of the stamped payment voucher from the bank.

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A fine of Rs. 500 would be imposed on students who are absent in pre-registered placement events.
b) If for whatever reasons the student remains absent from any stage/round of selection process he/she would be immediately de-registered from ACSS and would not be allowed to take part in the placements till he/she gets himself/herself re-registered. c) The re-registration process would entail a fine of Rs. 1000/- (to be deposited in the BSW account). This process could take a minimum of two working days, till such time he/she would remain deregistered.

It is advised that DO NOT ABSENT yourself from the placement process after you have been short listed. It is better to be choosy during application process.
2) Impersonation in tests or any kind of malpractice is a serious offence. Such students would be deregistered immediately and also will be referred to the concerned authorities for disciplinary action. 3) A list of companies coming on-campus for recruitment is put up on the T&P website. Students must NOT apply to any of these companies off-campus, as under an accord of mutual understanding between the firms and IITD, companies would notify T&P whenever they receive an off-campus application from any of IITD students. In all such cases suitable action as per the institute rules would be would be initiated apart from the candidates being deregistered. 4) Students are NOT allowed to appear in final selection process (test/GD/interview etc) of companies they have not applied to through the ACSS system or have not been shortlisted in those companies. Students must refrain from contacting personnel of such companies when they are on-campus. Violation of this will attract deregistration and suitable disciplinary action. GENERAL ADVICE 1) Students must carry their I-cards at all times during interviews & screening tests. No one would be allowed to enter the test/interview venue without the I-card. 2) The date/time/venue of the interviews will be subject to changes which, at times, may be at a short notice. Students must keep themselves well informed by visiting the T&P internal website. 3) Students must carry a complete file with a few copies of the resume, original certificates (if possible) and copies thereof while appearing for the interviews. 4) At the time of appearing for interviews, students MUST carry copies of the ACSS resume only as was submitted to that company online & NO other resume. Discrepancies in resumes are not appreciated by companies and may become a cause for rejection.

Placement Procedure

1) A Company can show its interest in recruiting IIT Delhi students by contacting TnP Office, IIT Delhi at hodtnp@admin.iitd.ernet.in, stating intent to visit IIT Delhi campus for recruitment. 2) HOD T&P will reply within 2-3 working days with your personal login id and password for logging onto the company webpage. 3) After logging in, company needs to complete the online Job Notification Form (JNF). 4) Company can then use the website to upload any information in the form of presentations, audio/video files etc. that it may wish to show to the students of IIT Delhi. 5) The dates for campus interviews are allotted on the basis of information provided in JNF**. The company would confirm or seek a change of the dates with the T&P Office.

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6) Interested students register for a particular company online through an internal website. 7) Resumes of the applicants are made available for short listing online to the company concerned. 8) The company visits the campus on the mutually agreed date and conducts Aptitude/Technical test/Personal Interviews/Group Discussion as part of their preferred selection procedure. 9) The company is expected to furnish the final list of selected students on the same day as soon as possible after the completion of the selection procedure. 10) Once a student is selected in one company, he/she will not be allowed to appear for other companies' interviews as per Recruitment Policy. 11) If the company wishes to have an interactive session with the students they can contact T&P Cell, IIT Delhi.

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IIT GUWAHATI
Placement Procedure
IITG follows a very simple and transparent placement policy. PHASE-I 1) The invitation, containing the relevant information and the Job Announcement Form (JAF), is sent to the companies/organizations (hereafter called organizations) through email/post. 2) Organizations fill the JAF and send it back to the Training and Placement Cell, IIT Guwahati via email/post. It is mandatory to complete the JAF with due care as it serves as an introduction of the job profile for the candidates. 3) Suitable dates for Pre-Placement Talk (PPT) are decided as per mutual convenience. 4) The company visits IIT Guwahati campus and conducts its PPT. 5) PPTs are held outside class hours, i.e. 5 PM onwards on all working days up to middle of November. PHASE-II 1) The Training and Placement Cell allots a date to the organization, which is based on a variety of parameters, but mostly depends on the interest shown by the company and the candidates. 2) The organization can confirm or negotiate the date with the placement cell. A compromise formula is worked out by the placement cell in the event of a clash of interests/dates. PHASE-III 1) Organizations visit the campus on the given date and conduct the written technical/aptitude test, group discussion/personal interview as a part of their selection procedure. 2) Please note that the facility of video conferencing at the campus can be availed for the purpose of interviewing candidates in unusual cases where the company is unable to visit the campus for genuine reasons. 3) An organization is required to furnish the final list of selected students as soon as possible after the final completion of procedure. The selected students are usually not allowed to sit in further job interviews as per the placement policy of the institute.

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DELHI TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY


Placement Procedure
1) The Training and Placement Department, DCE sends invitations along with placement performa to organizations to participate in the campus placements. 2) Organization fills in the placement performa containing details of the job offer (pay package, place of posting, allowances and other bonuses). Placement performa can be sent either by post or email to T & P, DCE (placements@dce.edu). 3) The organization details along with job offer are made available to the students on resume manager, requesting them to apply. 4) T & P, DCE allots date(s) to an organization for campus placements. The organization confirms the date(s) to T & P, DCE. 5) The list of the students along with their CVs, who have applied, is provided to the organization. 6) Organizations can also view resumes of interested students and shortlist students using resume manager. Password provided on request. 7) Organizations come down 10 the campus on the allotted date/s and conduct tests and /or interviews, GO's according to their recruitment process. 8) The organization is expected to furnish the list of selected students preferably on the day of campus visit.

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NIT TRICHY
Placement Procedure
1) Invitations are sent to companies/organizations in the form of brochures with relevant information along with response sheets enquiring about the recruitment details. Soft copies of the brochure and response sheet are also sent. 2) The company fills the response sheet and sends it by e-mail/post to the Training and Placement Department, NIT Trichy. 3) Once the details are received, the placement officer and coordinators get in touch with the company and a mutually convenient date is fixed for the Campus Placement process. 4) The travel plans are obtained from the company and the necessary arrangements are made as follows: a) Pickups/Drops from/to the railway station or airport can be arranged by the department on request if the place of stay is the institute guest house. b) Accommodation/Food are provided at the institute guest house on Prior Intimation and the costs for these are borne by the college. In case the Company wishes to stay outside the campus, arrangements will be made on request but the costs for these are to be borne by the company. c) OHP, Slide Projector, LCD, Laptop etc. will be provided for the Pre-Placement Talk. d) Halls will be arranged suitably for the Pre-Placement Talk, Written tests, Group Discussions and Activities and Personal Interviews. e) If a company desires to hold online tests for the candidates, the arrangements will be made in the computer center on prior intimation. Up to 100 students can take up the test at a time. 5) The offers are made by the company after the selection process and the offer letters are signed and accepted by the concerned students and sent to the company through the Training and Placement Department. The Department recommends offers to be made on the spot after the process with a letter of confirmation signed by the visiting company representatives. Short listed or waitlisted candidates will be allowed to sit for the companies that follow as long as their confirmation is put on hold.

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NIT SURATHKAL
Placement Procedure
Normally the placements in NITK commence in the beginning of the final year (Pre-final Semester) i.e. in the month of July. Prior to this, an invitation is sent to all previous recruiters in the month of May. Along with the invitation a form is provided seeking the company profile & information. After getting the willingness from the companies, they are prioritized and a schedule is prepared. The date of visit is intimated to the companies in June. On the allotted day the company visits the campus, makes preplacement talk, conducts tests and interviews and selects the candidates.

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NIT KURUKSHETRA
Placement Procedure
1) Interested companies request the Training and Placement cell, NITK through email at ptpnitk@yahoo.com 2) The Training and Placement cell then sends the Job Announcement Form (JAF) through email to the concerned company. 3) The JAF is filled within a specified deadline. The company then sends the JAF containing information about the company's policies to the Training and Placement cell. The students shall view the relevant information and the eligible students may apply. 4) The Placement cell allots the dates for the campus interviews. 5) After the allotment of the dates, the company may visit the campus for pre-placement talks, written tests and interviews. 6) After the completion of the selection procedure, the company is required to announce the final list of selected students on the day of selection itself. 7) The selected students are not allowed to appear for more interviews as per the placement policy. 8) The above rules are subject to change as and when the Training and Placement Cell deems fit. 9) On all matters not covered by the above rules, the Training and Placement Cell shall act on its discretion and its decision would be binding on all parties.

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