Sankalp 2015- Employability Fest at FIIB
February 11, 2015

Considering the tough competition and ever changing industry demands it is very important for students to get a platform where they get an opportunity to apply the classroom learning in real world corporate scenario. Keeping in mind the changing industry trends, the college organizes Sankalp- Employability Fest for management students in order to make them industry ready. During this 3 day college fest, graduates undergo various assessment tests, session on resume writing, report writing, and a detailed session on CIP (Corporate Internship Programme).

As first year students are gearing up for CIP, Sankalp will focus on preparing them for CIP interviews, converting CIP to Pre-Placement Offer (PPO) and eventually getting the final job offer.

Day 1 of Sankalp started with a session at the college campus on “CIP to PPO to Employability”. Prof. Jones Mathew started with the presentation on importance of CIP in an MBA’s career. He stated that CIP can help them to develop the skills that are needed by the corporates; hence college students should strive for good CIP exposure so that by the end of the program they have all the skills that are required by the companies. In addition, he also said that it’s not a competition with student next to you but with countless others around the globe; therefore they should take this as a serious move towards their career.

Session on “Introduction to CIP” was conducted by Prof. Nimit Gupta. This session at the college was focused on CIP process, CIP timeline and basic do’s and don’ts during CIP.

“CIP etiquette workshop” was organized by Ms. Neeru Kumari with an objective to create a professional image, follow office etiquette, and maintain positive office relationships. In her session she covered the following areas of Business Etiquette:
  • Business Manners
  • Business Attire
  • Business Communications
  • Client Entertaining
  • Netiquette - Net + etiquette
Later during the day, CMC (Career Management Center) department of the college took the session on basic guidelines and expectations to be delivered by students. CIP is facilitated through the following procedures and guidelines:

  • CV Finalization
  • Registration
  • CMC CIP Process
  • Student Preparedness and career advising
  • CIP project finalization
  • Dress Code
  • Interview Readiness
  • Seriousness of Intent
  • CIP offers per student
  • Breaches to the CMC’s on-campus recruitment guidelines
FIIB-ians were seen quite enthusiastic and clear about the CIP and also accelerated for coming 2 days of Sankalp.
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