South Point

Institute of Technology & Management, Sonipat

Approved by AICTE, New Delhi | Affiliated to HSBTE, Panchkula

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Training & Placement Cell

Training & Placement Cell

The competition is rigorous on the way to success; therefore, perseverance is needed to accomplish the goal. At present the academic qualification alone is not a license to success, it further demands that how one’s mental and physical abilities excel in the face of the competition. For this, college has a separate Training and Placement Cell headed by the persons of diverse industrial experience, the aim is to develop industrial relation from the beginning to the final placement of its students in concerns of national and international repute. The Training and Placement Cell develops mental, physical and interactive caliber of students. The Training and Placement Cell is all set to equip students with all the important prerequisites of selection processes viz. group discussions, psychometric tests, technical interviews, resume writing etc.

The Training & Placement Cell of SPSP facilitates the process of placement of students passing out from the Institute besides collaborating with leading organizations and institutes in setting up of Internship and Training Program of students. The office liaises with various industrial establishments, corporate houses etc which conduct campus interviews and select graduate and post-graduate students from all disciplines. The Training & Placement Office provides the infra-structural facilities to conduct group discussions, tests and interviews besides catering to other logistics. The Office interacts with many industries in the country which visit the campus for holding campus interviews. The industries which approach the institute come under the purview of: Core Engineering Industries, IT & IT Enabled services, Manufacturing Industries, Consultancy Firms, Finance Companies, Management Organisations.

The placement season runs through the course of the year. Job offers, dates of interviews, selection of candidates etc. are announced through the Training & Placement Office. The Placement Office is assisted by a committee comprising representatives of students from the under-graduate and post-graduate engineering streams. The committee evolves a broad policy framework every year besides a set of rules which are inviolable. Student members are closely co-opted in implementing these policy decisions.

Responsible for identifying the right student-organization fit, the Placement Team selects targets and invites companies for Final and Summer Internship Placements. The Placement Cell prepares students data bank for placement and organize career counselling programmes as well. In order to improve the communication skills of students, they are motivated to participate in PDP Classes regularly.

Some of the Focused Activities are:

  • Career counseling by faculty and trained professionals in different functional areas.
  • A Structured Personality Development Programme, wherein interviewing skills are imbibed by trainers and corporate alike.
  • Developing effective resumes.
  • Mentoring by the alumni, in terms of sharing experiences vis-à-vis realities of corporate life, refining expectations and projecting future trends. The Placement Team indentifies the potential recruiters, interacts with selected companies and coordinates the visit of such corporate executives to the campus.
  • An effective way of creating awareness about companies among students is to provide information. The information could be in the form of company brochures, pamphlets and other published information. The Placement Cell ensures distribution of published material among students. Organizing various events, guest speaker panels, conferences, workshops and academic fairs are organized in which companies participate directly or contribute through partnerships.
  • Projects are an integral part of the academic curriculum. Both summer and live projects with organizations provide students with basic understanding of the operations of the company; this ultimately enhances the adaptability of students at large.

Pre-Placement Talks (PPT)

The placement programme starts in October and is scheduled to continue in tandem with the academic calendar and mutual convenience with recruiters. We welcome corporate to the Pre Placement Talk (PPT). This would entails a presentation by the company to appraise students about the organization. The PPT could be designed to address both the batches.

What students look for?

  • Information on companies profile, their performance and growth.
  • Organizational culture.
  • Possible opportunities with company.
  • Career opportunities.
  • An overview of the job profile.
  • Desired profile of the students.
  • Compensation Details.


This enables a student to evaluate his/her own interest in the company and thus identify an appropriate fit, both for summer internship and final placements.