The Training and Placement Cell of AMCAS is a proactive and dynamic department committed to fostering strong connections between academia and industry. We understand that a well-rounded education must go beyond textbooks and classrooms, which is why we strive to provide our students with practical exposure, industry insights, and networking opportunities. Through a range of initiatives such as internships, industrial visits, career development programs, and industry collaborations, we aim to equip our students with the skills, experiences, and connections needed to thrive in their chosen careers and make a meaningful impact in the professional world.
The Training & Placement Cell offers a range of services for the holistic development and career proficiency of the students. The seminars and guest lectures by renowned professionals and experts allow students to gain firsthand perspectives on industry trends, challenges, and opportunities. Through these interactions, students can develop a practical understanding of the real-world applications of their academic learnings. Training sessions and workshops to equip our students with the essential skills demanded by the job market are an additional feature. These programs cover a wide range of areas, including communication skills, problem-solving, critical thinking, leadership, teamwork, and technical proficiency.
Career Guidance & Counselling is another important facet of the Placement Cell. Workshops on resume building and interview techniques along with personalized counseling sessions are organized to assist students in exploring career options, identifying their strengths and interests, and aligning their aspirations with the right opportunities. We firmly believe that combining theoretical knowledge with practical exposure and industry interactions lays a solid foundation for our students’ professional growth and success.
- Enhancing Employability Skills
- Facilitating Employment Opportunities
- Providing Career Guidance & Counselling
- Promoting Industry- Institution Collaboration
- Initiating Internship Prospects