Student Development Cell

Student Development Cell

In the world of professionalism, studying the syllabus alone makes the transmission towards professional career only 10% complete. We at Arya College of Engineering & Research Centre(ACERC) have developed and evolved STUDENT DEVELOPMENT CELL (SDC) with the objective of bridging the gap between the academia and the corporate world. SDC is a group of ignited minds clustered to provide regular inputs for the complete development of a student by making him / her prepared to face all the challenges laid down by the competition in the Corporate Industry. Soft skills are identified to be the most critical skills in the current global job market especially in a Dynamic era of Technology. We at Arya realize and understand that only a quality budding technocrat can envision the growth and development of the nation. Therefore, the inculcation of soft skills among the students will be two faceted: to produce quality Engineers and to develop their knowledge, understanding, values and skills as well.

In efforts towards academic excellence and growth, we have initiated actions to bridge the gap between the institution and industry. To enhance the employability skills of the students, we at the college are running SDC cell, and CRT programme catering to different needs of the students over a period of 4 years. The Campus Recruitment programme gets inducted into regular academics from the 2nd year of engineering and continues till students get successful employment in final year placements. These training are bifurcated into two areas i.e Technical and Aptitude. Technical training covers areas like JAVA, .net, MATLAB, CATIA and as per the demand of companies visit colleges for placement. Aptitude training covers Analytical, Reasoning, General Aptitude and necessary skills.

This activity focuses on personality development to make the students reliable, with a positive attitude and right decision making.

• Guiding for preparation.

• Arranging mock Interviews.

• Conducting weekly Aptitude tests

• Communicating with Alumni for available openings.

• Communicating with industry for campus interviews

Various soft skills identified and chosen to be implemented by the SDC are:

1. Communicative skills.

2. Creative thinking and Problem solving skills.

3. Team work force.

4. Life-long learning and Information Management.

5. Entrepreneur skill

6. Ethics, moral and professionalism.

7. Leadership skills.

"A comprehensive use of feedback of HR professionals of the corporate is made to further help students improve their skills".

With great pride and contentment, SDC calls upon the students to be a partner in their growth for their career progression and employability enhancement.

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