At The Post, we know that the anticipatory glee before coming to college can result in a state of panic laced excitement. We also know that MIT can offer you the best years of your life. So, to help rein in the panic that comes with leaving home, here’s everything you need to know about MIT.
As final year students gear up for placement tests and interviews, doubts and questions flood their way. The Centralised Placement Training Program is an initiative by the Student Council of MIT, Manipal. It contains practice tests with a repository of questions and are aimed to better equip students in their bid to enter the professional world.
The placement season is a crucial time for students and the guidelines listed, as well as the various eligibility criteria, add on to their stress. While students prepare for tests and interviews, the e-Grievance Cell for Placements and Internships ensures that all their doubts get clarified. It also serves as a forum which provides a quick redressal to any grievances raised by the students.
College placement is one of the most important factors to be considered when choosing a college. MIT students, at the end of their college term, have the chance to take up jobs in many major companies and can also expect to receive the help needed to be ready for it. Here is a comprehensive piece about where MIT stands in this matter.
On the 28th and 29th of March, IEEE and Girlscript collaborated on a workshop on Data Structures. At the event which focused on placement related questions, they put together an efficient and detailed set of talks followed by an active coding session, that neatly encompassed everything related to data structures required for placements.
Fourth years who were part of IE EnC came to share their placement stories with their juniors who had many questions about the process. They reassured their juniors of the outcomes of sitting for placements by talking about their own experiences. Valuable advice and pointers on how to prepare for placements were shared with the juniors.