Training & Placement Cell @ Silver Oak College of Engineering & Technologies (SOCET) provides full training & placement assistance to its students in all areas of professional education. It consists of dedicated and well experienced placement team who constantly explores new avenues of Industry Institute Interaction & Linkages across all the sectors of industry.
Training & Placement Cell @ SOCET invites various companies for the placement of the students. It results in mutually beneficial outcome for both the stake holders. For companies they get best fresh engineering graduates & students also can secure best jobs before their B.E. program is over.
With an aim to bridge the gap between Industry & academia, Training & Placement Cell organises Recruiters Meet in which company personnel of various industries are invited for expert session and meeting with faculties & students.
Training & Placement Cell arranges series of expert lectures in consultation with HODs. Such lectures help students become familiar with industry expectations & can co-relate theoretical aspects of engineering with the practical one.
Project Training & Internship are the integral & inevitable part of studies which help students deal with real engineering practices. Pre-final & final year students are placed at different industries for the period of 6 – 8 weeks or for 6 months. They work under guidance & supervision of respective industry personnel and faculty members who take care of monitoring & regular evaluation.
In each semester industrial visits of the students with faculty members are arranged in different industries, which enhance exposure of the students & make them understand practical aspects of the studies.
Training & Placement cell also organizes FDPs for the faculties of various departments by inviting experts of the different fields. Such FDPs help faculty members to sharpen & update their teaching skills which results in up gradation of faculty members.
Training & Placement Cell organizes Career Orientation Programs for 12th Science pass out students. In such sessions students are briefed about various opportunities available in different streams of engineering. It also helps students take informed decision to choose from different branches of engineering.