Placement Process

At PTVA’s Institute of Management we strive to enhance the academic-industry interface through projects, field work and internships, thereby providing a much needed corporate exposure. Visiting experts and guest faculty members augment and enhance our curriculum by providing valuable insights in their areas of specialisation, share their experience and stature.

Placement Activities

The placement office is a place with vibrant ideas, activities and enthusiasm throughout the year. It carries out the following placement related activities for over development of the students on campus:

Resume verification:

Resumes submitted by students for campus placement are duly verified by the Faculty members and Placement Coordinators.

Employability Enhancement Programme (EEP)

Our goal is to give our students the fine-tuning that they require not just during the placement season but also as they board on their corporate endeavour. With this objective in mind, the Institute carries out several employability enhancement activities that include:
  • Communication evaluation sessions
  • Resume Building & CV Writing
  • Group Discussion & Personal Interview Workshops
  • Informal interactive talks with Alumni
  • Advanced MS Excel workshops
  • Several other preparatory activities like mock tests, Quantitative ability workshops etc.

Summer Internship

As a compulsory part of curriculum, As a part of MMS curriculum, each student has to undergo a summer internship of two months after his/her second semester exam. At the end of the internship, the student is required to prepare a project report and submit it to the institute.

The selection process for Summer Placements starts after the first term for the first year students’ i.e. from January. The period of Summer Internship is from May to June of each year. Several companies tend to absorb these summer interns as full-time recruits post the completion of the students’ academic curriculum.

Summer Internship is a great mechanism for MBA students to engage and evaluate interesting industry segments and engineering their resources to make a pitch for a Pre-Placement Offer (PPO)

Final Placements

For students of MBA Programme, placements are a vital culmination to their academic pursuits. The placement process allows an organization to visit the institute and witness the efforts that have gone into grooming the young management aspirants.

At our institute, the placement process is a team effort. The placement Committee consisting of the Director, the Placement Co-ordinator and the faculty work alongside the students in all the stages right from conceptualizing and designing the brochure to inviting companies for campus recruitment.

The placement season at PTVA’s Institute of Management begins in the month of October and goes on up to June.

Employability Enhancement Activities

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At PTVA’s Institute of Management we strive to enhance the academic-industry interface through projects, field work and internships, thereby providing a much needed corporate exposure. Visiting experts and guest faculty members augment and enhance our curriculum by providing valuable insights in their areas of specialisation, share their experience and stature.

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The placement office is a place with vibrant ideas, activities and enthusiasm throughout the year. It carries out the following placement related activities for over development of the students on campus:

Resume verification:
Resumes submitted by students for campus placement are duly verified by the Faculty members and Placement Coordinators.

Employability Enhancement Programme (EEP)
Our goal is to give our students the fine-tuning that they require not just during the placement season but also as they board on their corporate endeavour. With this objective in mind, the Institute carries out several employability enhancement activities that include:

  • Communication evaluation sessions
  • Resume Building & CV Writing
  • Group Discussion & Personal Interview Workshops
  • Informal interactive talks with Alumni
  • Advanced MS Excel workshops
  • Several other preparatory activities like mock tests, Quantitative ability workshops etc.
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As a compulsory part of curriculum, As a part of MMS curriculum, each student has to undergo a summer internship of two months after his/her second semester exam. At the end of the internship, the student is required to prepare a project report and submit it to the institute.

The selection process for Summer Placements starts after the first term for the first year students’ i.e. from January. The period of Summer Internship is from May to June of each year. Several companies tend to absorb these summer interns as full-time recruits post the completion of the students’ academic curriculum.

Summer Internship is a great mechanism for MBA students to engage and evaluate interesting industry segments and engineering their resources to make a pitch for a Pre-Placement Offer (PPO)

Download Students Profile of MMS Batch 2019-20

Placement Committee

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For students of MBA Programme, placements are a vital culmination to their academic pursuits. The placement process allows an organization to visit the institute and witness the efforts that have gone into grooming the young management aspirants.

At our institute, the placement process is a team effort. The placement Committee consisting of the Director, the Placement Co-ordinator and the faculty work alongside the students in all the stages right from conceptualizing and designing the brochure to inviting companies for campus recruitment.

The placement season at PTVA’s Institute of Management begins in the month of October and goes on up to June.

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The Institute has installed ORELL Language Lab which has a teacher console and 25 student console. Language Lab provides practice in an entertaining and interactive way. Having Business and Professional modules in our language lab enables us to familiarise students with telephone etiquettes, presentation do’s and don’ts, dining etiquettes, ground discussions and also basics of business correspondence. Every year the demo sessions are conducted for the students teaching them the usage of the Language Lab.

The Institute also has an English Language teacher which conducts English language sessions every semester facilitating all students especially students from vernacular medium.



PTVA’s Institute of Management’s alumni contribute to the holistic development of the students pursuing MMS Course in the institute. Alumni get involved at various levels. They are involved in student development activities by interviewing and guiding our current students towards making a successful career.

Also, they get involved in informal talks with new batch students helping them acclimatise to the MMS course and environment.

PTVA’s Institute of Management encourages its alumni to contribute to the Institute by nonfinancial means like interacting with their juniors:

  • Pep-talks
  • Mock interviews of students
  • Providing career guidance to students
  • Providing recruiting leads for placements



Financial Modelling Workshop is arranged for Finance batch students before they graduate.

Proficiency in Ms Excel has become the basic requirement for any MBA/MMS student seeking employment. All businesses irrespective of the size of their business operations require their employees to be proficient in Ms Excel. For students opting for Finance it becomes a critical skill for their job.

The Institute arranges at least one Ms Excel workshop for our students during their course which is conducted by expert trainers.

During the course the students get well versed with the formulas, usage of financial formulas, charts, pivot tables, conditional formatting, filtering, sorting, v-lookup, h-lookup and many such functions.



Mock interviews enable students to have a fair idea about what they are going to experience at actual interviews, and prepare them how accurately they can deal with it.

They help candidates reduce their anxiety about interviewing by training them for the typical interview questions.

The Institute arranges Mock interviews for each student based on the specialisation they wish to opt.

This combination of a Domain Expert and an HR Expert facilitates both technical and personal/HR round questioning, evaluation and feedback for the student.

Two industry experts are invited for each panel of interviewers, one being the domain expert (i.e. Marketing, HR, Finance, Operations etc.) and one being the HR Expert. This combination of a Domain Expert and an HR Expert facilitates both technical and personal/HR round questioning, evaluation and feedback for the student.



Our CV is the first opportunity we get to make a good impression on a potential employer. The Institute understands this and hence arranges CV Designing & Resume Building Workshops for all students every year. These workshops are conducted by highly experienced HR Professionals from the industry.



Every year guest sessions are conducted by Industry experts wherein they explain the careers available in their domains and career paths students can take once they graduate from the institute. Such guest sessions are conducted for all specialisations opted by the students i.e. Marketing, Finance, HR, Operations & Systems.



Many MMS/MBA students wish to know which specialisation stream suits their temperament and aptitude.

The Institute faculty have designed an Aptitude Calibration Test which can assess the current level of student knowledge and inclination towards different management specializations such as Marketing, Human Resource Management and Finance.

It helps them to choose which specialisation to opt for. This test is for a maximum of one hour.

Evaluation is done after the test and the result is displayed on the Institute’s notice boards for students to see their current scores across the specialisations.

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At PTVA’s Institute of Management we strive to enhance the academic-industry interface through projects, field work and internships, thereby providing a much needed corporate exposure. Visiting experts and guest faculty members augment and enhance our curriculum by providing valuable insights in their areas of specialisation, share their experience and stature.

×

The placement office is a place with vibrant ideas, activities and enthusiasm throughout the year. It carries out the following placement related activities for over development of the students on campus:

Resume verification:
Resumes submitted by students for campus placement are duly verified by the Faculty members and Placement Coordinators.

Employability Enhancement Programme (EEP)
Our goal is to give our students the fine-tuning that they require not just during the placement season but also as they board on their corporate endeavour. With this objective in mind, the Institute carries out several employability enhancement activities that include:

  • Communication evaluation sessions
  • Resume Building & CV Writing
  • Group Discussion & Personal Interview Workshops
  • Informal interactive talks with Alumni
  • Advanced MS Excel workshops
  • Several other preparatory activities like mock tests, Quantitative ability workshops etc.
×

As a compulsory part of curriculum, As a part of MMS curriculum, each student has to undergo a summer internship of two months after his/her second semester exam. At the end of the internship, the student is required to prepare a project report and submit it to the institute.

The selection process for Summer Placements starts after the first term for the first year students’ i.e. from January. The period of Summer Internship is from May to June of each year. Several companies tend to absorb these summer interns as full-time recruits post the completion of the students’ academic curriculum.

Summer Internship is a great mechanism for MBA students to engage and evaluate interesting industry segments and engineering their resources to make a pitch for a Pre-Placement Offer (PPO)

Download Students Profile of MMS Batch 2019-20

Placement Committee

×

For students of MBA Programme, placements are a vital culmination to their academic pursuits. The placement process allows an organization to visit the institute and witness the efforts that have gone into grooming the young management aspirants.

At our institute, the placement process is a team effort. The placement Committee consisting of the Director, the Placement Co-ordinator and the faculty work alongside the students in all the stages right from conceptualizing and designing the brochure to inviting companies for campus recruitment.

The placement season at PTVA’s Institute of Management begins in the month of October and goes on up to June.

×

The Institute has installed ORELL Language Lab which has a teacher console and 25 student console. Language Lab provides practice in an entertaining and interactive way. Having Business and Professional modules in our language lab enables us to familiarise students with telephone etiquettes, presentation do’s and don’ts, dining etiquettes, ground discussions and also basics of business correspondence. Every year the demo sessions are conducted for the students teaching them the usage of the Language Lab.

The Institute also has an English Language teacher which conducts English language sessions every semester facilitating all students especially students from vernacular medium.



PTVA’s Institute of Management’s alumni contribute to the holistic development of the students pursuing MMS Course in the institute. Alumni get involved at various levels. They are involved in student development activities by interviewing and guiding our current students towards making a successful career.

Also, they get involved in informal talks with new batch students helping them acclimatise to the MMS course and environment.

PTVA’s Institute of Management encourages its alumni to contribute to the Institute by nonfinancial means like interacting with their juniors:

  • Pep-talks
  • Mock interviews of students
  • Providing career guidance to students
  • Providing recruiting leads for placements



Financial Modelling Workshop is arranged for Finance batch students before they graduate.

Proficiency in Ms Excel has become the basic requirement for any MBA/MMS student seeking employment. All businesses irrespective of the size of their business operations require their employees to be proficient in Ms Excel. For students opting for Finance it becomes a critical skill for their job.

The Institute arranges at least one Ms Excel workshop for our students during their course which is conducted by expert trainers.

During the course the students get well versed with the formulas, usage of financial formulas, charts, pivot tables, conditional formatting, filtering, sorting, v-lookup, h-lookup and many such functions.



Mock interviews enable students to have a fair idea about what they are going to experience at actual interviews, and prepare them how accurately they can deal with it.

They help candidates reduce their anxiety about interviewing by training them for the typical interview questions.

The Institute arranges Mock interviews for each student based on the specialisation they wish to opt.

This combination of a Domain Expert and an HR Expert facilitates both technical and personal/HR round questioning, evaluation and feedback for the student.

Two industry experts are invited for each panel of interviewers, one being the domain expert (i.e. Marketing, HR, Finance, Operations etc.) and one being the HR Expert. This combination of a Domain Expert and an HR Expert facilitates both technical and personal/HR round questioning, evaluation and feedback for the student.



Our CV is the first opportunity we get to make a good impression on a potential employer. The Institute understands this and hence arranges CV Designing & Resume Building Workshops for all students every year. These workshops are conducted by highly experienced HR Professionals from the industry.



Every year guest sessions are conducted by Industry experts wherein they explain the careers available in their domains and career paths students can take once they graduate from the institute. Such guest sessions are conducted for all specialisations opted by the students i.e. Marketing, Finance, HR, Operations & Systems.



Many MMS/MBA students wish to know which specialisation stream suits their temperament and aptitude.

The Institute faculty have designed an Aptitude Calibration Test which can assess the current level of student knowledge and inclination towards different management specializations such as Marketing, Human Resource Management and Finance.

It helps them to choose which specialisation to opt for. This test is for a maximum of one hour.

Evaluation is done after the test and the result is displayed on the Institute’s notice boards for students to see their current scores across the specialisations.

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