Guidance to Students

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  1. Campus placement is a facility provided for the students. Students are not required to register.
  2. Students are advised to keep ready their resume and upload it through the resume template.
  3. Students not placed in the earlier batches are not eligible to apply in the current placement activity in the college but are provided opportunities through pool campus drives or direct selection to the companies.

Placement Process:

  1. Placement process starts with the pre-placement talks. Students interested and eligible for  particular company can attend the talk.
  2. Withdrawal is not allowed after attending the pre-placement talk
  3. Selection process will start with the aptitude test. Aptitude  test will include quantitative problems, verbal, analytical,  logical reasoning and a few general knowledge questions. Usually there will be a sectional cut-off for eligibility. Both technical and non technical sections may be included in the aptitude test. Those students  who get qualified can proceed for either group discussion or technical round of interview.
  4. Group discussion is not a must for all the companies but technical round of interview will be conducted for the shortlisted students .
  5. Students should strictly adhere to the rules and regulations of the placement process and if found cheating or misbehaving they would be disqualified.
  6. Students who have been selected will be informed either through email or immediately after the placement drive of that particular company.
  7. Students are eligible for multiple offers.

Useful links to placement test papers:

1.http://www.4Futureengineers.com

2.http://www.Freshersworld.com

3.http://www.CHETANAS.com

4.http://www.VYOMS-Redefining the way Freshers Get Job!.com

5.http://www.ittestpapers.com

6.http://www.sourcecodesworld.com

7.http://www.sureshkumar.net

Useful links for Test / Interview preparation on ‘C & POINTERS’:

1.http://ittestpapers.com/interviewquestions/ctips7.htm

2.http://pweb.netcom.com/tjensen/ptr/cpoint.htm

IMPORTANT BOOKS:

SR NO. TOPIC TITLE OF THE BOOK AUTHOR

1

Aptitude Quantitative Aptitude R.S.Agarwal

2

Non Verbal Reasoning R.S.Agarwal

3

Logical Reasoning R.S.Agarwal

4

Data Interpretation R.S.Agarwal

5

Verbal Ability Verbal Reasoning R.S.Agarwal

6

GRE Barons

7

Essential English Grammar Raymond Murphy

8

Fundamentals of Computer Science Let us C Yashavant Kanetkar

9

Exploring C Yashavant Kanetkar

10

Understanding pointers in C Yashavant Kanetkar

11

The C programming language B.Kerningham and D.Ritchie

12

Data structures using C Tenenbaum, Langsam, Augesntein

13

Let us C++ Yashavant Kanetkar

14

The C++ programming language Bjarne Stroustrup

15

UNIX Shell programming Yashavant Kanetkar

16

UNIX and Shell programming Behrouz A. Forouzan, Richard F.Gilberg

17

Let us Java Yashavant Kanetkar

18

Java Herbert Schildt

19

Fundamentals of Database system Elmasri, Navathe

20

Software engineering Ian Sommerville

21

General Puzzels to puzzle you Shankuntala Devi

22

In the wonderland of numbers Shankuntala Devi

23

Brain Teasers Ravi Narula

24

Brain Teasers George S Summers

25

Think without ink Venkataraman