Corporate Resource Centre (CRC)
Institute of Technology and Science has been successful in adding more & more Companies in the list of its recruiters. Corporate resource centre tries to bridge the gap between analytical and functional skill by providing the best fit to the Students. Students are ready to undertake any challenge from the first day of their professional life. The cross sectoral participation in the Campus Placement bears testimony to the class and excellent talent pool of Institute.
As the name depicts, this centre was established to facilitate a proactive interaction between the academia and corporate world. The continuous effort of Corporate Resource Centre comprising of experienced members of faculty, business development officers, selected students managers and headed by the director general, have build a fruitful and long lasting relationship with various organizations. The activity of CRC is supported by association and bodies such as CSIR, FICCI, CII, GMA and NHRDN.
The centre is also responsible for conducting various events like MDPs ,Personality development programmes for the students, guest lecturers, industry visits, seminar & conferences, participation in education and carriers fairs and networking .The PDPs are organized to enhance their soft skills and provide an edge in the selection process.
The Corporate Resource Centre’s Activities can be broadly Categorized into
- Industry Interface and industry Visits.
- Summer Training Placement.
- Pre-Placement talk and final placement.
- Guest Lecture,Seminar & Conferences.
- MDPs,PDPs,& Mock Interviews.
Objective of CRC is "to assist students in acquiring/ attaining desired employment." Towards attainment of aforesaid objective, members of CRC and students members work in close cooperation. CRC also provides Summer/Project training for students and counsel them as regard to his/her career aspirations and option. This not only assists the students in getting their dream jobs but also assists the visiting companies in identifying the right candidate for the organization.
The process begins by identifying the companies and classifying them into two categories, which are in and around the Delhi and NCR and other is the outstation (outside Delhi & NCR). The placement coordinator alongwith the Business Development Officer and the student team from the final year visit the companies in the Delhi and NCR. For the outstation companies the contact is normally done via mail and emails. In a special case the student teams also visit these outstation companies. The placement coordinator have the additional responsibility of the students attendance and other student related issues. The student members have the responsibilities of interacting with the Corporate and maintaining and updating the record of CRC.
To further reinforce the efforts of CRC, feedback is obtained formally & informally from the industry, where the students are working. Faculty members, who act as mentors of the students also obtain feedback and submit to CRC. Feedback is obtained on performance of students during project training, conduct and discipline of the students.
Feedback is thoroughly compiled analyzed and discussed thoroughly. Corrective actions, if required are initiated against the students. Response from the companies about students of Instiitute has been very promising and encouraging.
For further enquiry, please write to :
Prof. Durba Roy
Head CRC - Management Studies
Mr. Ishminder Bahl
Dy. Manager-CRC (Mgmt)
Mr. Kumar Balmakund Singh
Dy. Manager-CRC (IT)
Prof. Abya Ray