In order to propel our mission statement, the department of training continuously conducts training for every branch in parallel to their academics treating it as a non-conventional entity. Broadly, there are three Objectives (or Modules) of Training Department. They are
- Training the Students in Communication Skills and Quantitative Aptitude - Training Module
- Taking Feedback from the Students and acting upon them - Feedback Module
- Evaluating the students on what they have learned - Evaluating Module
The training module involves two phases. Phase I is on Skill Development Training and Phase II is on Domain Specific Training. The details are as follows.
Phase I (Skill Development Training) - The first phase includes training on communication skills, Quantitative Aptitude and Reasoning. The Training activities include Speaking, Reading, Listening and writing skills comes under communication skills. Under Quantitative Aptitude, Ratio and Proportion, Percentages, LCM and HCF, Simple and compound interest & Profit and loss as naming a few are included. In Reasoning, majorly Number series, syllogism, seating arrangement are included. Some of the major training activities included are as follows:
Just- A- Minute (JAM) Sessions
Body Language Maintenance
Presentation Skills - Accent, Content Delivery and Time Management
Articles writing Methodology
Classes on Quantitative Aptitude (15 Modules)
Classes on Reasoning ( 8 Modules)
Practice Sessions on Quantitative Aptitude and Reasoning
Online Exams for Practice.
Phase II (Domain Specific Training) - Training is provided for the in their respective domain or specialization. Thereby this phase is domain specific in nature. Based on the corporate requirement:
- The students of CSE, IT, ECE and EEE, are intensively trained in C language, Data Structures, Data Base Management Systems (DBMS) and on JAVA.
- The Mechanical and Automobile students are trained in AUTOCAD, PRoE, CATIA, UG and ANSYS.
- The Civil students are trained in AUTOCAD, Total Station, PRIMAVERA and STAAD.
Apart, students are also encouraged to go for certification courses of Oracle, Microsoft, Java, and CISCO in addition to the above mentioned software and programming languages.
The Feedback is taken for understanding the student's perception, interest, and their level of understanding of the training classes. The feedback is taken at two stages.
Stage 1: At Faculty Level (Departmental TPC's take the feedback of classes from the students)
Stage 2: At Department Level (DOT Head takes the feedback directly from the students by interacting and by asking them their feedback on paper)
The students are evaluated directly by the Head of Training Department in two major areas including Communication Skills and Quantitative Aptitude. The students are rated on 10 point scale in each of these areas. After the evaluation, the student's performance is shared with them for their betterment.