SMG ITI FTC drive – Bihar
SMG ITI FTC drive – Bihar
Co-founder of Employability Bridge Ambalavanan Ramachandran says that companies from different sectors are now visiting campuses. Smaller firms, start ups and product companies earlier used to recruit five or 10 and now there is 30 per cent to 40 per cent increase.
If you’re an engineer then landing a decent job during placement season – which began last week with NASSCOM’s blessings – ought to be a cinch. But this logic that is already wearing thin for metropolitan colleges, is only worse for smaller colleges in tier-2 and tier 3 cities. While students crib that a majority of leading companies visit only elite institutions in major cities like Chennai, Coimbatore, Bangalore and Hyderabad, the recruiting companies claim that students in non metro cities lack basic guidance on campus placements.
The State has around 400 IT companies, including start-ups that recruit engineering graduates every year.
The State has around 400 IT companies, including start-ups that recruit engineering graduates every year.One of the problems that colleges and students in smaller cities face is lack of of knowledge about what the companies expect of students.
Around 90 students from the southern states got offer letters from reputed sector wide companies on Saturday, as CII and EmployabilityBridge conducted joint hiring sessions for top companies
The 38th edition of FLAG recruitment drive gets good response both from the students and companies. 120 students dream of pursuing career in engineering was fulfilled
On behalf of CII, career fair is organised on 18 April at Trichy. CII has organised 38 FLAGs in association with EmployabilityBridge till date. CII and EmployabilityBridge has committed to increase the job access to students from tier II and tier III cities
Online portal EmployabilityBridge, a plotform that provides students from tier II & III cities access to employment opportunities, is planning to expand the initiative across India after tasting success in the southern reagion. With a presence in Tamilnadu, North Kerala and Bangalore, it plans to expand the programme towards the east and west of the country
120 students get offers from top cos at FLAG ’15. Top companies offered specialised jobs with pay package of up to Rs. 6 lakhs.
India’s higher education system i the third largest in the world after China and US. Among the Indian states Tamilnadu is the one of the most literate state. And Trichy is considered as one of the major education hub with reputed intuitions. FLAG in Trichy will tell the companies for sure that their required students are available here
CII and EmployabilityBridge organise FLAG at smaller towns and cities to provide access to students form tier II & II cities. Campus drives usually conducted in tier I city colleges from Chennai, Bangalore but FLAG is organised in non-metros to demonstrate that eligible candidates are also available in smaller towns. FLAG is really boon for the students from smaller towns
EmployabilityBridge and CII will hold a recruitment drive in Trichy on April 18. FLAG helped to demonstrate the companies about the availability of qualified and employable candidates in tier II & III cities. There was no dearth of good candidate in cities such as Trichy, Madurai and Salem said Emmanuel
CII and EmployabilityBridge together organising its 38th FLAG in Trichy on 18 April, 2015. Companies from across India will take part in the FLAG
EmployabilityBridge’s 38th FLAG at Trichy since its first one at Trichy in 2011 conveyed a message that recruiting from these smaller towns and cities will add value to the companies. Since its first FLAG over 3500 students’ corporate have been fulfilled
EmployabilityBridge organised its 37th FLAG at Namakkal. Students from in and around Namakkal and other tier II and tier III city students got benefited
All Women FLAG, a recruitment drive organised by EmployabilityBridge and CII to fill more than 1000 openings
Over 700 girl students took the first step towards their career at All Women FLAG organised by EmployabilityBridge and CII. Students from Tamilnadu, Kerala, Karnataka and AP enthusiastically take part in the FLAG.
As many as 70 students gets their offer letter at All Women FLAG. Each FLAG registers 12 to 15 employment said Emmanuel. Small units which is going to have vital role in Make In India project should use FLAG to identify right manpower, told CII
A job placement drive exclusively for girl students. The placement program aims at providing at least 1000 openings for the job seeking women
On the occasion of Women’s Day EmployabilityBridge is conducting its first ‘All Women FLAG’. Thus FLAG provides an opportunity for the girl students to get placed immediately after their studies
FLAG on Women’s Day gives an opportunity to the students to meet more than 2 companies. For the first time FLAG opens up opportunities for Arts and Science disciplines as well.
Girl students are invited to gear up themselves to meet their recruiters at FLAG on Women’s Day at Coimbatore.
Students in remote areas are often at the losing end when it comes to placements. Opportunities were missed as companies prefer to go to tier 1 cities for their requirements. FLAG by EmployabilityBridge and CII will bridge the rural-urban gap when it comes to placements
Why don’t corporate go beyond the metros in their hiring drives? This question was the birth reason of EmployabilityBridge in the year 2011. EmployabilityBridge helps find rural talent and gives them a window of opportunity similar to what urban counterparts enjoy through its platform employabilitybridge.com.
EmployabilityBridge’s Kerala entry
EmployabilityBridge and CII expanded it operation to Kerala to fulfil its commitment to increase the job access to the smaller town students
Engineering students in smaller towns and cities can’t normally dream of getting head hunters visit their campuses for placement, but the FLAG event hosted by EmployabilityBridge in association with CII not only helps getting such students placed but also increases the access to many jobs opportunities
FLAG has established the fact that companies can still run their own hiring process at any tier 2/3 city. It has also broken the myth that good students are only available in the premier college. With the aggregation of colleges and students companies now found accessing them is made easy as the students in tier I cities.
When the daughters of a truck driver and a brick kiln entered the final year of engineering, both were rather nervous about landing a good job as she wasn’t from a top ranked college. A few months later they bagged a job in a reputed manufacturing company with a help of FLAG by EmployabilityBridge and CII.
Placements are often demographically driven, whether one likes or not. This robs candidates of opportunities for the mere reason he/she is in a small city. FLAG aims opening up access to better job opportunities by aggregating the students and companies in a pre-planned manner
FLAG at Dindigul saw participants of 900 students and over 120 offers were made to the students who cleared the interview by the companies. Companies including Reliance, Mindtree, SaintGobian attended the FLAG 2015.
Opportunities also lies in companies other than bigger ones. Students are not taking initiative to search for the same. Awareness level on job scenario is also less among students. Students should do research on what job will fit for the subject they have studied and choose it for career success – Emmanuel Justus
Providing students from tier II and tier III cities and towns with access to leading companies, EmployabilityBridge is different from other job fairs. It offers an open window to both the student and the recruiter through its flagship program FLAG. The company has partnered with CII and NSDC
EmployabilityBridge organized its 27th FLAG at Chennai. 900 enthusiastic participants took part and eligible were offered with suitable job
FLAG 2015 by EmployabilityBridge received overwhelming response from the students across the state. Companies from different industries attended to find out their suitable candidates
EmployabilityBridge in association with CII organizes FLAG 2015 – Received overwhelming response.
The Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) in partnership with Employability Bridge (EB), organised a FLAG 2013 (First Look at Aspiring Graduates 2013) programme at KLN College of Engineering with focus on improving hiring from Tier-2 and Tier-3 cities, here on Saturday.
‘Flag 2013’, an event of Confederation of Indian Industry and Employability Bridge, was held at Jansons Institute of Technology here recently. Nearly 650 students from 16 colleges attended the recruitment drive.
Over 800 students from nine colleges across Tamil Nadu who are part of CII-Employability Bridge initiative participated at the first job fair organised under the initiative in Tiruchi on Saturday.
CII is organising a job fair on March 17 in Tiruchi to facilitate recruitment of engineers and management graduates from colleges (based at Tier 2 and Tier 3 cities) who have participated in the employability enhancement programme offered through the CII Employability Bridge initiative. The event provides a unique opportunity for the participating companies, as they can select from a pool of industry-ready talents.
CII’s Employability Bridge initiative would help around 100 companies in Tamil Nadu to identify potential candidates for fresh recruitment from over 30 colleges in Tamil Nadu. To ensure quality education and bridge the gap between industry and academia, CII launched the ‘Employability Bridge’ early this year. Around 15000 students are expected to benefit from this initiative. CII has identified Surgeforth Technologies as the program management partner for this initiative.
With complaints that the overwhelming majority of 3.5 million graduates churned out annually by India’s 509 universities and 31,000 colleges are nowhere near industry ready growing louder by the day, in a renewed attempt to address the growing mismatch between college education and needs of India Inc, on January 18 the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) southern region (membership: 1,400 member-corporates and 100 colleges), launched an online portal titled Employability Bridge (EB) in partnership with Chennai-based SurgeForth Technologies Pvt Ltd, a workforce management solutions company. The objective of this online portal (www.employability-bridge.com) is to provide a common platform for corporates, and government and private arts, science, engineering and management colleges. Additionally, EB provides industry-driven employability training to students, a placement management system for academia and cost-effective placement aggregation services for industry for on-and-off campus recruitment.
Chennai, Aug 8 (PTI): Industry body CII today said it would train about 1,500 students of various colleges in rural areas in Tamil Nadu through its ‘’Employability Bridge” programme.
The programme aimed at training the students to suit industry needs making them more employable. It has been developed with special curriculum which would be taught in colleges, CII Tamil Nadu State council Chairman N K Ranganath told reporters here.
The Confederation of Indian Industry’s (CII) Employability Bridge drive is expected to help close to 100 companies in the South to identify potential candidates for fresh recruitment from over 30 colleges, predominantly in Tamil Nadu.
Chennai, Aug 8 (PTI): Industry body CII today said it would train about 1,500 students of various colleges in rural areas in Tamil Nadu through its ”Employability Bridge” programme.
FLAG @ Shri Ram ITI – Jodhpur
Chennail Live 104.8 FM Channel RJ Jane on her morning show “Platform” interviews Emmanuel Justus, CEO, EmployabilityBridge.
Emmanuel Justus, EmployabilityBridge in Panel Discussion on Job Opportunities in IT Sector – Opportunities Available, Companies expectation, How to prepare for success and answers questions from job seekers in IT Industry
News coverage on how Employability Bridge helps students prepare in advance for success and how it helps the right student get the right opportunity and interview with Emmanuel Justus, EmployabilityBridge