PLACEMENTS

Abhyuday, Counselling, Welfare, Training & Placement Activities in NMAMIT

The department of Counselling, Student welfare, Training & Placement is vibrant in its activities and sees an NMAMITian as a cheerful, healthy, articulate, enthusiastic team player, socially-ecologically conscious, ethically upright, technically competent, a universal citizen who is eminently employable. It has a qualified and experienced Mental Health Professional heading the department, a full time Placement Executive, departmental faculty coordinators, student volunteers, trained and committed departmental staff dedicated to work for the students’ overall well being. The department that calls itself Team Abhyuday, does everything positive possible through various inputs, participatory activities spread throughout students’ stay in the college, from the time they enter the portals of NMAMIT. The department helps those in need directly or by utilizing tangible and intangible resources available with peers, senior students, distinguished alumni, industry mentors, enthusiastic faculty, friends of NMAMIT, library & the internet, to get the students ahead in this competitive world. Students with personal problems are assisted to resolve or minimize their problems through consistent supportive therapeutic help. They are assisted even after they leave the campus.



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Campus recruitment through the years

Campus recruitments at NMAMIT first began in 1994 with Kirloskar Snydergeneral as the first company to visit campus recruiting two students.  Wipro selected two in 1995.  In 2000-01, over 150 students were selected in campus interviews.  The year 2004-05 saw more than 248 students getting selected with 100% placement for civil engineering students. In 2009-10, 37 companies recruited 314 on campus; in 2010-11, 64 companies recruited 593 students. In 2011-12, 774 students were selected by 45 companies. Several of our students in 2011-12, had the good fortune of two or more offers by companies. 447 students were selected by 61 companies in 2012-13; 49 companies recruited 440 students in 2013-14 and 577 students have been selected by 66 companies in 2014-15; 81 companies recruited 664 students in 2015-16 and 674 students have been selected for the year 2016-17 so far and the process continues. Students are assisted with placements for a year after graduation through ‘off campus’ initiatives and referrals. NMAMIT has an impressive placement record of over 80 well-known companies assisting in placements, annually. Over 150 companies assist us by providing industrial exposure/internship to our students.  A sizeable number of our students pursue higher studies and prepare for it while on campus.

Campus Recruitment Policy

The department follows a policy of permitting only those students who have very good academic scores to go for a ‘Dream’ or ‘Core’ option once placed in a service based company that recruits people in large numbers. This is shared with students right at the beginning so that they make consistent efforts to achieve academic proficiency. A student with 8.25 CGPA, selected by a large recruiter is permitted to apply for a ‘Dream’/ ‘Core’ company and once selected by a core company, he foregoes the previous offer and remains with the Dream company. While this has been a rule, in 2016, keeping with the times, we have made amendments, to include very prestigious brands as ‘Super Dream’. A student selected by a Dream Company becomes eligible for a ‘Super Dream’ company if he clears a series of tests and interviews in college.

The recruiting companies’ feedback about our students has been good. Consistently pragmatic, professional and ethical stand of the department ensures a positive image for the college. The department works to sustain a meaningful, synergistic, long standing relationship with helping organizations, well wishers & visiting companies.

Students, a Major Resource

  The department considers the students a major, unfailing, reliable resource. It promotes volunteering in students by giving them opportunities to reach out to help others in need. The students develop compassion, competence & leadership. The ‘receivers’ become ‘givers’ eventually.  Several avenues for personal growth are provided to students to work with juniors/peers who need guidance & assistance, formally or informally; through training in orientation programme for freshers;  being ‘Pride of NMAMIT’ where class toppers help the first year students with suggestions and guidance; through Peer assistance – clarification of doubts in difficult subjects/  teaching them the fundamentals of a subject; through structured classes in C programming, Data structures; by being a ‘buddy’ whenever a need arises; and through an organized programme, ‘Crack the Campus’ an endeavour of bright, ‘giving’ senior students to introduce all pre final years to aptitude tests & the processes of campus selections. ‘Pride Abhyuday’ has begun this year where students selected by Super Dream companies are planning  to orient interested juniors to dynamic programming  from first year upwards.

Several clubs have been formed by igniting the initiative of students; helping them structure and run it while guiding them to ensure that it serves the purpose it comes into existence with, e.g. Kalanjali, the Dance club; ClicZ, the Photography club; Aura & Hands of Hope, the reaching out to the needy club; Grey matter, the Quiz club; Thorana, the Event management club; Stereo Club for music; Taaleem, the theatre club & Silver Screen the Movie club.  SACA, a soft skills & Communication Association run by students to help peers, juniors & seniors  is very popular in building confidence in students; Yuj for Life has been active from 2015, with a final year mechanical engineering student, Shreesha Govind in the lead. The team has been working in the hostels and college to improve "well being" in students. Abhyuday  focuses on ensuring the participation of the first year students in all its initiatives.   

Mission Prerana for Change is a Value addition for all physics cycle first year students held every Wednesday afternoon in Sadananda, with a band of committed Prerana faculty who  make it possible to work with around 500 students at a time in groups of 25. It aims to fulfil the vision of Abhyuday.  

Activities enabling student growth and development

  • Individual / Group Counselling

  • Conscientizing students to the realities of life  to be civilized citizens

  • Training students to be peer helpers 

  • Spotting talent  & encouraging leadership

  • Enabling growth in students by guided volunteering 

  • Extra Coaching in English for needy students

  • Working with the under privileged to enhance self esteem
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  • Identifying students needing remedial help with academics
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  • Enabling peer/senior' teachers in Math, C programming, Data structures, CAD etc

  • Programmed senior’ assistance at an individual level for other problems

  • Creation of Student friendly Volunteers

  • Educating through internet/ intranet portals, FB pages on issues of relevance

  • Designing & Conducting training programmes that serve a ‘preventive’ purpose

  • Activity based  day long Orientation programme to provide anticipatory guidance  & enable employability with the help of trained good samaritan student volunteers for BE freshers, lateral entry & M.Tech students
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  • Preparation for  corporate life through sessions on etiquette and ethics
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  • Enabling industrial exposure to students

  • Enabling student mentorship by industries

  • Organizing training programs for students with the help of alumni, reputed companies, friends of NMAMIT

  • Communicating with employers, organizing pre-placement talks & recruitments on campus

  • Organizing Industry visits for students

  • Facilitating industrial training/ internship for students

  • Pooled campus drives to assist neighbour colleges

  • Facilitating  interaction with alumni/ enabling alumni mentoring 

  • Preparation for higher studies & the armed forces

  • Initiation/support of Student development activities & clubs

  • Working with industries to strengthen faculty’ competence

  • Faculty induction & development programmes
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  • A semester long programme, ‘Mission Prerana for Change’ for first years to  equip them for  a fulfilling, productive professional  life

  • An annual programme of orienting engineering teachers to a healthy attitude towards  adolescents; imparting basic counselling skills; enabling identification & referral/management of  various psychiatric  disturbances in young people;  the approaches to  minimize problems and maximize growth though  a four day’ workshop for  engineering teachers on ‘Introduction to Therapeutic Counselling’ in July 2011, 2012, 2013, June 2014, July 2015 and May 2016 as a National and State level workshop with 50 participants.


Branchwise Recruitment for the Year 2016-2017 as on 22.2.2017
Branch Selections

Civil 26
Mechanical 85
E&E 40
E&C 245
Computer Science 252
Information Science 50
Biotechnology 08
MCA 14
M.Tech. - CCT 01
M.Tech. – MECS -
M.Tech. - VLSI 02
M.Tech. – DEC -
M.Tech. – CS 02
M.Tech. – CNE -
M.Tech. – Energy Sy. -
M.Tech. - PE 01
  M.Tech – SSE 01
Total 727


Branchwise Recruitment for the Year 2015-2016
Branch

Total Number Recruited

Civil

27

Mechanical

127

E&E

48

E&C

162

Computer Science

169

Information Science

44

Biotechnology

07

MCA

66

M.Tech. - CCT

-

M.Tech. – MECS

02

M.Tech. - VLSI

02

M.Tech. – DEC

03

M.Tech. – CS

04

M.Tech. – CNE

01

M.Tech. – Energy Sy.

-

M.Tech. - PE

02

   Total

664

Branchwise Recruitment for the Year 2014-2015

Branch

Total Number Recruited

Civil

17

Mechanical

96

E&E

38

E&C

140

Computer Science

132

Information Science

59

Biotechnology

15

MCA

55

M.Tech. - CCT

-

M.Tech. – MECS

04

M.Tech. - VLSI

05

M.Tech. – DEC

10

M.Tech. – CS

04

M.Tech. – CNE

-

M.Tech. – Energy Sy.

01

   Total

576



Branch wise Recruitment for the Year 2013-2014
Branch

Total Number Recruited

Civil

15

Mechanical

63

E&E

32

E&C

117

Computer Science

111

Information Science

46

Biotechnology

11

MCA

14

M.Tech. - CCT

-

M.Tech. – MECS

04

M.Tech. - VLSI

10

M.Tech. – DEC

07

M.Tech. – CS

05

M.Tech. – CNE

05

   Total

440



Corporates who have been assisting NMAMIT through recruitment over the Years
1 3I-Infotech
2 Aavishk
3 ABL Technologies
4 Accenture Services (P) Ltd.
5 Accord Software & Systems
6 ACT TV
7 Aditi Technologies
8 Agrocom Software Limited
9 Aissel Solutions
10 Akamai Technologies
11 Al Faris Equipment Rentals, Dubai
12 Al Ghurair Iron & Steel LLC, Abu Dhabi, UAE
13 Allegion
14 Alpha 9 Marine Services
15 ALSTOM Projects India Limited
16 Amada
17 Analytics Quotient
18 Anglo Eastern Ship Management Ltd.
19 Anthem Bioscience Private Limited
20 Apara Enterprise Solutions
21 Aptean India
22 Aptuit Informatics (Laurus Infosystems now)
23 Areva T&D
24 Aricent Technologies (Holding)
25 Artech Infosystems
26 AryaProgen Technologies & Engineering India Pvt. Ltd.
27 Asea Brown Boveri
28 Aztec Software
29 BASF Limited, Mangalore
30 BFL Software
31 Bharati Shipyard
32 Biocon Limited
33 Bloomfresh Tech
34 BMM Ispat Limited
35 Bosch Limited
36 Broadcom
37 CADD Centre, Udupi
38 Cadence
39 CapGemini
40 Caritor (I) Private Limited
41 CDDS (Consortium for DEWATS Dissemination Society)
42 Celstream Technologies Pvt.Ltd.
43 Cerner Healthcare Solutions Pvt.Ltd.
44 Christopher Noronha Associates
45 Cognizant Technologies
46 Consolidated Construction Consortium Limited (CCCL, Chennai)
47 Corporation Bank
48 Crompton Greaves Limited
49 Cypress Semiconductor
50 DE Control Systems
51 Deccanet Designs Limited
52 DELL R&D
53 DELL Sonicwall Security
54 Digital Global Soft
55 DSL Software Limited
56 DSQ Software
57 EDAC
58 EMC²
59 Emirates Techno Casting, LLC, Ajman, UAE
60 Essar Construction Company Limited
61 Essdee Infrastructure Limited
62 Estuate
63 Exabit Solutions
64 Exeter India
65 FACE Academy (R&D)
66 Fidelity Business Services
67 Flowserve
68 Future Techno Designs
69 Genisys Software
70 Global Delight Technologies
71 Global e-Soft Systems
72 Global Edge Soft
73 Greaves Cotton Limited
74 Growthbeats Technologies Private Limited
75 GSS InfoSoft Pvt. Ltd.
76 HCL Infosystems, B’lore
77 Hexmoto
78 Hindustan Construction Co. (HCC)
79 Honeywell Solutions Lab Pvt. Ltd.
80 Honeywell, Bangalore
81 HP Global Soft Limited
82 HP Limited
83 Hughes Software
84 i2 Technologies
85 IBM India Pvt. Ltd.
86 ICICI, Infotech, Bangalore
87 iflex Solutions
88 iGATE Technologies (now iGATE Patni)
89 IMS Health
90 Incture Technologies
91 Indian Navy
92 Indian Online Services Co.Ltd.
93 INDO-US MIM Tech. Pvt. Ltd.
94 Indyago
95 Indygosoft, Bangalore
96 Infineon Technologies
97 Informatica
98 Infosys Technologies (Infosys Limited now)
99 Ingersoll Rand Co. Limited
100 Intech DMLS
101 Intercope
102 Invenger Technologies
103 IQ Software Services
104 ITC Infotech
105 ITTI Limited
106 IWave Systems, Bangalore
107 Jataayu Software
108 JSW Steel Limited, Bellary
109 Juego Studio
110 Just Unfollow
111 Karmic, Manipal
112 Kennametal
113 Khoday Contact Centre
114 Kilmist Infotech Private Limited
115 Kirloskar Snydergeneral
116 Kirloskar Toyota Textile Machinery
117 KMC Constructions Limited
118 KPTCL, Karkala
119 Krisam Automation
120 L&T – ECC
121 L&T Embedded Systems
122 L&T IES
123 L&T Infotech
124 L&T Komatsu
125 L&T Valdel
126 Lamina Suspension Products Limited
127 LM Wind Power
128 Lotus Power Gear Limited
129 M/S. B.E. Billimoria & Company Limited
130 Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd.
131 Mangalore Infotech
132 Manipal Digital Systems
133 Manipal Technologies
134 Manthan Semiconductors
135 Mascon Global
136 Masconit
137 Maventic
138 MCF, Mangalore
139 Microchip
140 Microland, Bangalore
141 Microsoft GTSC India
142 Microsoft India GTSC
143 MindTree
144 Misys Software Solutions India Pvt. Ltd.
145 Motor Industries Company Limited
146 MPhasis ADU
147 Mphasis, Mangalore
148 Mscripts
149 Multiplex
150 Multitech Software
151 Nandi Toyota
152 NeoBytes India
153 Next Novity
154 NGCN Info Solutions
155 Ninestars Information Technologies Ltd
156 Novellus Systems India Pvt. Ltd.
157 Odessa Technologies
158 Omnesys Technologies
159 ONGC Mangalore Petrochemicals Ltd.
160 Oracle
161 Oracle Cloud Services
162 Oracle Global Service Delivery
163 Oracle India Software Limited
164 Paradigm Global Infoservices Ltd.,Chennai
165 Parinama
166 Pathpartner Technology
167 Patni Computer systems
168 PEOL Technologies
169 Perot Systems
170 Persistent Systems
171 Petrocad Consultants
172 Phoenix Maritime Services Pvt. Ltd.
173 Pinaka Info Matix Ltd.
174 Pinnacle Media Center
175 PM Dimensions
176 Polycab Wires Pvt. Ltd
177 Pratham Constructions
178 PRDC
179 Prestige Construction
180 Prithvi Associates, Karkala
181 Quest Global
182 Racked Hosting
183 Ramky Infrastructure
184 Redhat
185 Reliance Infocomm Limited
186 Riddhi Siddhi Gluco Biols Pvt.Ltd.
187 Robert Bosch
188 Robosoft Technologies
189 Samsung Research India
190 Sankalp Semiconductor
191 SAP Labs India
192 Sasken Communication Technologies
193 Satyam
194 Schneider Electric
195 SCT Sungard
196 Seagate Technology HDD (India) Pvt. Ltd
197 Secon Surveys India Private Limited, Bangalore
198 Semnox Solutions
199 Seventh Sense
200 Shell MRPL Aviation
201 Siemens Information Systems (Siemens Technology & Services Pvt. Ltd. Now)
202 SLK Software Services
203 SLV Construction
204 Solutions Infini
205 Sonata Software
206 Sonus Network
207 Sony India
208 Sourcebits Technnologies
209 Span Infotech
210 Spectrum Casting Company Limited
211 Spectrum Infotech
212 Sterling & Wilson Limited
213 Subex Limited
214 Sunplus Solutions
215 Suzlon Infrastructure Limited
216 SYConE CPMC Pvt. Ltd.
217 Synergyind
218 SYNOPSYS
219 Tally Solutions
220 Tata Consultancy Services
221 Tata Elxsi Limited
222 TCS Business Transformation Solutions Limited (Phenoix Global Solutions)
223 TD Power Systems
224 Teach for India
225 Tebma Shipyard
226 Tech. Mahindra (now Tech Mahindra & Mahindra Satyam)
227 Techjini
228 Techverve
229 Tega Industries
230 Telenetix, Manipal
231 TELES Computer Systems
232 TESCO HSC
233 Thinking Applications
234 Titan Industries, Hosur
235 Torry Harris Business Solutions
236 Toyota Kirloskar motor pvt ltd
237 Transweigh (India) Limited, Mumbai
238 Trekbin
239 Trianz
240 Trigent Software
241 Trivium
242 TTH
243 TVS Group
244 Udupi Power Corporation Limited (LANCO)
245 Unibild Engineering & Construction Co., Delhi
246 UNISYS Global Services India
247 URC Constructions
248 UST Global
249 Vijaya Bank, Bangalore
250 VM Ware
251 VXL Instruments
252 Walmart Global Technology Services
253 Webhugh Technologies
254 Weldcraft Limited, B’lore
255 Winman Software
256 Wipro Global Infrastructure
257 Wipro Infotech
258 Wockhardt Limited
259 XL Health Corporation India Private Limited
260 Y Media Labs
261 Zeta Infotech, Manipal
262 Zillion Information Systems
   


Contact Information:

Prof. Shalini K. Sharma, M.SW, M.Phil ( NIMHANS),
HoD, Department of Counselling, Student Welfare, Training & Placement,
NMAM Institute of Technology
Nitte – 574 110
Karkala Taluk,
Udupi District,
Karnataka, India
Tel: 08258 281240 (D)
08258 – 281263/64 Extn: 330
Email: placement.nmamit@gmail.com

Mr. Bharath G. Kumar, M.B.A
Executive – Placements
NMAM Institute of Technology,
Nitte – 574 110
Karkala Taluk,
Udupi District,
Karnataka, India
Tel: 08258 281240 (D)
08258 281263/64 Extn: 330
Mobile:+91 9902414602
Email: placement.nmamit@gmail.com
placement.nmamit@nitte.edu.in