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Quality & Policy
Mr Narendra Medappa ,Associate Manager-HRD,Infosys
“Well Organised and Planned. Despite several participating colleges in a combined initiative the entire procedure remained flawless. Extremely warm and hospitable people, specially the student volunteers. Thanks & Good Luck.”

Sanjay Kagilkar, Project  Manager, SYNTTEL
“Would love to be over here next year. You volunteers (2nd Year) were courteous & I would like them to be a part of our “Syntel Family”.

Sat Parkash Marwaha, Manager-HR, MOBERA SYSTEMS
“ A very fruitful & enjoyable trip. A very thorough professional approach & conduct of placement. Look forward to come.”

Viswanathan Venkatasubramanian , Manager Campus Relations,WIPRO 

“Excellent Infrastructure, very good support, energetic students, very good hospitality, great place.”
 
Our policy is to develop a class of highly skilled professionals who can cater to intellectually and technologically changing environments. This is achieved through the participative efforts of the management, staff, students and parents. Programmes that have been implemented to achieve this are:
Campus Wide Quality Improvement Program (CWQIP): Under CWQIP, teaching and learning methods across the campus have been optimized
  • Systems for accountability and continuous improvement in the classroom has been set up
  • An environment where each student is constantly motivated to excel and reach higher levels has been created
  • Proactive career management facilities have been provided

  • Total Student Development Program (TSDP):
    We believe that to be leaders in the real world, students must develop the intellectual breadth and creativity to tackle the challenges of increasing complexity, globalization and rapid change. TSDP focuses on every aspect of the students personality, helping them to develop interpersonal, technical and business skills.
  • Interpersonal Skill Development (IPSD): Students are encouraged to develop creativity, lateral thinking and communication/people management skills through goal setting exercises, group discussions, mock interviews and presentations.
  • Technical Skill Development (TSD): Students are given a conceptual grounding in core skills and application orientation through real-time projects to ensure that their skills are concurrent with the market needs.
  • Business Skill Development (BSD): Essential Business skills are taught through industry interaction and other innovative channels.

  •   Weak Students Development Program (WSDP):
  • Weak students are identified through progress monitoring
  • Special Study Schedule, focused towards their improvement is prepared
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