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Webinar on New-age Careers in Advertising, Communication, Media and Entertainment: Promises and Realities

Webinar on “New-age Careers in Advertising, Communication, Media and Entertainment: Promises and Realities” on 18th February, 2021

Name of the Event Department of Commerce National Level Webinar - "New-age Careers in Advertising, Communication, Media and Entertainment: Promises and Realities" on Saturday 18th February, 2021
Organised byThe Department of Commerce of Mahatma Night Degree College of Arts and Commerce, Chembur Mumbai - 71
Objective of the sessionTo understand new-age careers in advertising, communication, media and entertainment and understand the promises and realities in this industry. To explore career opportunities in this industry
Date & Time of ProgramSaturday 20th March, 2021
6.00 p.m. to 7.30 p.m.
Resource PersonPrincipal, Dr. Amee Vora
Rajasthani Sammelan Education Trust’s
Deviprasad Goenka Management College of Media Studies,
Malad, Mumbai
AudienceSince this was a national level webinar, we had participants from all over India. Students, teachers and people from the industry.
Students from Mahatma Education Society's Mahatma Night Degree College of Arts and Commerce F.Y.B.Com, S.Y.B.Com and T.Y.B.Com students.
No of Participants69 students
Event CoordinatorHead, Department of Commerce, Assoc. Prof. Dr. Lata Krishnan
No of Beneficiary 69 participants

The event began with opening remarks by Assoc. Prof. Dr. Lata Krishnan, Head Department of Commerce Mahatma Night Degree College of Arts and Commerce, Chembur, Mumbai-71. She spoke about the need and importance to understand the new-age careers in advertising, communication, media and entertainment. She explained how B.Com. graduates too could do well in these new-age careers if they understand what it takes to join the industry. She welcomed the speaker Dr. Amee Vora and invited the Principal of MNDC Dr. Eknath Zhrekar to formally address the gathering.

Principal Dr. Eknath Zhrekar warmly welcomed our resource person Dr. Amee Vora, Principal of Rajasthani Sammelan Education Trust’s Deviprasad Goenka Management College of Media Studies, Malad, Mumbai.

He welcomed the participants who had joined us from different colleges and industries across India. He wished the national level webinar all success.

Asst. Prof. Harsh Shukla played the Mumbai University song. All the participants stood up for the University song. Asst. Prof. Harsh Shukla introduced the resource person who was not only an able administrator but a researcher and teacher of advertising, marketing, communication and media. Dr. Amee Vora is a Gujrathi stage actor who is not only popular but also won several prestigious awards.

The webinar started with Dr. Amee Vora explaining the new-age careers in advertising, communication, media and entertainment with the help of a powerpoint presentation. Madam had excellent examples and she explained how the DIGITAL world had transformed how we live and transact in the world today. She explained the OTT Over-the-top, AI Artificial Intelligence, VR Virtual Reality and other emerging technologies that are driving the media world today. She explained that there are a lot of short term courses the students can do after / during their B.Com. / Graduation that will equip them with skills to enter this new-age, technology driven industry. Passion, hard work, dedication and willingness to learn new technology and adapt to change will help one succeed in the new-age careers. Here, sky- is- the limit!

The question answer session was lively and interactive.

The webinar ended with the vote of thanks proposed by Asst. Prof. Dr. Anaya Markandeya. The National Anthem was played and the event ended.

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Career Counselling and Employability Skills Webinar 2020-21

Name of the Event Career Counselling and Employability Skills Webinar
18th February, 2021
Organized byThe Placement Cell of Mahatma Night Degree College of Arts and Commerce, Chembur Mumbai - 71 in association with University of Mumbai's Garware Institute of Career Education and Development, Vidyanagari, Satacruz (East), Mumbai 400 098.
http://www.gicededu.co.in
Objective of the sessionThe Career Counselling and Employability Skills webinar for students aimed at providing orientation of psychometric test and to understand career trends and job opportunities. The platform give an opportunity to discuss career development and employability skills with an expert in the field of Digital Marketing.
To measure interest and personality traits of students taking the Psychometric Test CMT Career Mentoring Tool post the webinar.
Date & Time of the Program18th February 2021
6.00pm to 8.00pm
AudienceStudents from Mahatma Education Society's Mahatma Night Degree College of Arts and Commerce F.Y.B.Com, S.Y.B.Com and T.Y.B.Com students.
Mahatma Night Junior College of Arts and Commerce XI and XII standard students.
Chembur English Junior College XI and XII standard students
No of Participants243 students
Event CoordinatorPlacement Cell Incharge, Assoc. Prof. Dr. Lata Krishnan
No of Beneficiary 243 Junior college and Degree College students.

The webinar started with opening remarks from Placement Incharge of the college Assoc. Prof. Dr. Lata Krishnan. She spoke about the importance of building a career. She referred to difficult times and the urgent need and importance to focus on employability skills and career development.

Incharge Principal of the college Dr. Eknath Zhrekar formally welcomed the gathering. He was happy to see the gathering of all the degree college and juniour college students and wished them luck for a successful webinar ahead.

Dr. Lata Krishnan invited resource person Mr. Chetan Somkumar Placement Officer of AIF American India Foundation to begin the proceedings.

The session was interesting as Mr. Chetan began with discussing the need to know and understand ones likes, preferences, abilities and aptitudes to enable oneself to select the correct career. He gave them the facts about the psychometric test and why and how it would help them in making appropriate career choices.
Mr. Chetan touched upon emerging career opportunities and answered several questions from students who were interested in joining the police force, hotel industry, travel and tourism etc. The power point presentation was effective and the session was interactive.

Resource Person, Mr. Jitendra Soni a free lancer in Digital Marketing with a career of 18 years, addressed the students and spoke about various facets of Digital Marketing. The session was technical and the students listened in rapt attention. Mr. Jitendara Soni answered several questions and the students were excited to study about the career options in Digital Marketing. It was interesting and heartening to note that several students were well aware about prospects in the career and asked technical questions for more clarity.

The webinar concluded with a vote of thanks by Dr. Lata Krishnan and the National Anthem

The webinar was held on Zoom Platform. The link was sent by GICED

MNDC Placement Mela 2019-20

Job Fair Partners: CII Confederation of Indian Industries MCC Model Career Centre and NSC National Skill Sector’s BFSI Banking Financial Services and Insurance

Date & Time of the Program: 1st February, 2020 at 10.00 a.m. to 6.00 p.m.

Venue: MNDC Ground Floor Multipurpose Hall, Room No. 201, 301 and Library Reading Hall

No. of Participants: 50 MNDC student volunteers and the Placement Team of MNDC

307 Candidates registered for the job fair

Objective: This job fair aimed at assisting students with job opportunities in diverse sectors such as BFSI Banking, Financial Services, Insurance, Accounts, Technical, Non-Technical, Front-End, Back-End etc.

No. of Beneficiary: 307 candidates and 35 companies

The MNDC Placement Mela 2019-20 was inaugurated by MNDC Principal Dr. Padma Rangan at 10.15 a.m. on 1st February, 2020. This mega job fair was the initiative of the MNDC Placement Cell and the CII’s MCC and NSC’s BFSI. We are grateful to Mr. Sunil Yadav of CII’s MCC and Mr. Saumya Ranjan of NSC’s BFSI for their efforts in bringing in companies for the event.

279 candidates registered online, 28 candidates registered offline. A total of 307 candidates registered for the MNDC Placement Mela 2019-20. Of these 252 candidates who gave interviews were shortlisted for jobs and invited for a second round of interviews to the company. 26 candidates were selected on the spot and issued letters of intent. 190 candidates were rejected. 197 candidates showed interest in the jobs offered.

Dr. K. M. Vasudevan Pillai Sir, C.E.O. and Chairman Mahatma Education Society’s Pillai Group of Institutions graced the occasion. Mr. Dayal Kangne, Business Head of CII’s MCC Vikroli Mumbai participated in the event.

List of Companies MNDC Placement Mela 2019-20

Gallant Firm (Tech Mahindra, ICICI, HGS)Eureka ForbesEquator Private Tech Pvt. Ltd.
Eureka Outsourcing SolutionsDG ConsultancyData Link Consultancy
Global HR Hunt Services LLPSR Cluster ConsultancyAndromeda
RandstandToppr technologiesICICI Bank
3HD MediaTeam HR GSA Pvt. Ltd.One Point One (CII)
Reliance HRBlack DotSpectrum Management
YashasviTATA RentFLY High
Visa Internetional Pvt. Ltd.HR AspectsAadan Solution
Axis BankIKYA (Axis Bank)Cholamandalam General
Iprocess ServicesHDB FinancialOne Point One (BFSI)
Landmark InsuranceSuryodaya Small finance BankFino Payment Bank
SBICAP Securities Ltd.HDFC Sales Pvt. Ltd.

Placement Mela 2018-19

The MNDC Placement Mela 2018 was organized on Saturday, 22nd December, 2018 between 11.00 a.m. to 6.00 p.m. in Mahatma Night Degree College of Arts and Commerce, Chembur Naka, Chembur Mumbai 71. The venue was the ground floor multipurpose hall of the college campus. Eighteen companies participated in the event. They were Food Stuff; Securance; Andromedia; Rliance SMSL; Maruti Suzuki; HDFC LIFE; Pcesetters; Eureka Forbes Technical; Well Connect; ICICI Bank; SBI Bank; Calibehr; HDB Finance; ITD Technologies & Marketing Pvt. Ltd., Eureka Resources; Skynet Secure Solutions; Eureka Forbes Sales and Janaswami Chartered Accountats.

The MNDC Mela 2018 was a joint effort by the Mahatma Night Degree College of Arts and Commerce, Chembur Placement Cell with MCC Model Career Centre, CII Confederation of Indian Industries and MoLE Ministry of Labour and Employment. Principal Dr. Padma Rangan cut the ribbon and inaugurated the event. Amidst the hustle and bustle of students and company representatives were announcements of students clearing their interviews and receiving appointment letters. The slot between 11.00 a.m. to 1.00 p.m. was reserved for inhouse students. The F.Y.B.Com., S.Y.B.Com. and T.Y.B.Com. students of the college rallied around and selected a job of their choice. Each student carried with them over 20 copies of their resume and appeared for all the interviews scheduled by companies visiting the MNDC Placement Mela 2018. A lunch break was announced between 1.30 p.m. to 2.00 p.m. A counselling session for all the students was organized in room number 201 post lunch. Here the alumni students participated in large numbers as they were invited to visit between 2.00 p.m. to 6.00 p.m. Several company representatives made presentations. Food stuff a three-year old company started by Mr. Iyer is a startup that sources food stuff for hotels of all segments ranging from rom Udupi restaurants to five star hotels. The positions they offered were for marketing personnel and accounts officers. Their head office is located in Goregaon and store in Sanpada. Mr.Iyer shared his success story of how he left his cozy job to take on his business full time and was able to absorb a lot of his friends and colleagues form his previous job. The students listened with intent and were inspired.

HDB Finance was represented by a team of two young representatives. The presentation was made by the vibrant young lady Neha who explained how students could earn a salary and tall incentives by selling various products of the HDFC Bank. Loans, insurance, automobile loans, housing loans, credit cards etc.

A senior executive Mr. Khan from Maruti Suzuki spoke at length about his company and explained the positions available at Maruti Suzuki. The company wanted to recruit young graduates below the age of 25 as their marketing officials in their various showrooms pan India. Maruti Suzuki is a renowned brand and the students were excited to go in for interviews.

Several other companies made their presentations after which they returned to the MNDC Mela 2018 to continue with interviews. The students were now better informed and the footfall in the mela increased. The students receiving appointment letters were required to meet Dr. Padma Rangan, where she congratulated them and had a photo session with them. They were asked to share their experience about the interview they had cleared and the job they had obtained. A xerox copy of their appointment letter is maintained by the college.

Over 100 students participated in the event and 48 jobs clinched by young students and alumni of the college. The Management, staff and students of Mahatma Night Degree College were happy to have organized and participate in the MNDC Placement Mela 2018. The event was a success. The MNDC Placement Cell incharge Dr. Lata Krishnan thanked the college Management, Principal, staff, students and Mr. Saurabh and team from MCC, CII, MoLE for all their efforts to make the event a success. She believes that it is one step taken towards moving closer to the mission statement of the college.


Students Recruited - Technoserve India

Details of students of T.Y.B.Com. Batch (2019-20) placed by Technoserve India

Antarang Foundation's CareeReady Programme

Antarang Foundation’s CareeReady Program in MNDC, Chembur (March 2019)

Report submitted by the Trainer Ms. Saranga Kamble about the CareeReady Programme, Organization and modules completed with students of F.Y.B.Com. and S.Y.B.Com. of Mahatma Night Degree College of Arts and Commerce, Chembur

Brief introduction about the organization:
Antarang Foundation is an organization that bridges the gap between Education and Employability for youth. Through our structured programs, Antarang guides youth on Career choice trains them in core Employability Skills, connects them to Employment opportunities of their choice and continues to Mentor them through a network of mentors until they integrate well into careers of their choice.

Over the past 4 years, Antarang has worked with ~25000 young adults across ~ 60-night schools, ~ 25-day schools, through 19 community-based career service centers and 5 senior colleges across Mumbai in the core areas of Career Guidance and Work Readiness with youth.

We have been affiliated with and conducted several batches of our CareeReady Employability Skills Program at P. N. Doshi College, Ghatkopar, MMP Shah College, Matunga, MD College, Parel, Gurunanak College, GTB and MD Shah Mahila College, Malad, IY College, Jogeshwari and more other colleges.

Careeready Program:
This program covers:

  1. Self Awareness activities – this measure the students’ Interests, Aptitude, Personality, Realities, Aspirations, Support Systems
  2. Career Awareness – detailed information on 8-10 popular Career choices are given and students’ Fitment is assessed
  3. Work Skills and Work Ethics – grooming, personal presentation, communication, stress & anger management, interview readiness, and essential employability work ethics
  4. Career Linkages – education (mainstream / vocational) and career linkages (part time / full time / internships) are made
  5. Mentor connect – connect with a Mentor (a corporate volunteer) who guides students as they take their first career steps

This 40 sessions of classroom intervention build skills of collaboration, communication, critical thinking, creativity, commercial skills, and computer literacy along with the all-important work-ethics help young adults acknowledge the value of reliability, integrity, and initiative.

CareeReady integrates plenty of industry exposure and results in building the ability to make informed medium career choices.

PFA a brief concept- note on the same. For detailed understanding of our Accreditations, Employment partners, Donors and Impact numbers; do peruse through our website – www.antarangfoundation.org

What have we covered so far for Mahatma Night College (MNCM1):

  1. Self-awareness activities- We have covered all the self -awareness activities for all the students of Mahatma night college.
  2. Career awareness- 11 career groups covered which in total led to around 30+ professions. Students then had a list of careers which match their self -awareness module. From that they picked up one career and we made a detailed career plan for the same. They are in the process of doing a project and presentation on their chosen career.
  3. Work ethics and work skills- All work ethics and work skills covered. The average percentage of students following work ethics is around 80%. Students still have to work on their punctuality and regularity.
  4. Business English- They are encouraged to speak in English in class and we use Duo-lingo app for learning English along with sessions in class.
  5. Placement, Alumni engagement and Mentor connect will be provided after their moc interviews. Mocs are scheduled on 15th March, 2019

‘CareeReady’ Programme for S.Y.B.Com. students of Mahatma Night Degree College – A MNDC Placement Cell initiative (January 2019)

The Placement Cell of Mahatma Night Degree College of Arts and Commerce, Chembur spear headed by the Principal of the college Principal Dr. Padma Rangan have set the ball rolling for the ‘CareeReady Programme’ organized by Antarang Foundation 231-C, Tawripada, Dr. S.S. Rao Road, Lalbaug, Parel, Mumbai 400 012, for the S.Y.B.Com. students of Mahatma Night Degree College of Arts and Commerce. This programme will begin in January, 2019. Antarang Foundation works to bridge the Employability gap that exists amongst disadvantaged youth.

The second orientation programme for Antarang Foundation’s ‘CarreReady’ was conducted on Thursday, 13th December, 2018 at 7.00 p.m. for the F.Y.B.Com. and S.Y.B.Com. students in room number 404. Mr. Nikhil Paul, faculty, Student Engagement & Operation, Antarang Foundation conducted the orientation programme. Placement Cell incharge Associate Professor Dr. Lata Krishnan coordinated the event.

The session was interactive with a slide show that kept the students engaged with graphics and statistics that opened their eyes to the realty of the Job environment in India. The details of the course CareeReady was explained and the students were assured hand holding till the age of 30 until they build their career. Mentoring by corporate guides, career counselling, training and job interviews all lined up to take the students forward. Mr. Nikhil Paul answered several questions and was successful in building the much needed excitement required to launch the CareeReady course.

Post this second round of counselling, interested students were invited to enrol for the training programme. 30 students of F.Y.B.Com. and S.Y.B.Com. enrolled for the programme scheduled to start in the first week of January, 2018. Two months of training in softskills, critical thinking, resume writing, decision making and grooming will be offered between 6.00 p.m. to 8.00 p.m. in the college premises. Once the course is completed the Antarang Foundation will send students for internships or training and those who wish will be give jobs of their choice. Mentoring and hand holding to help the students establish themselves in their careers is the objective of Antarang Foundation. MNDC is happy to collaborate with Antarang Foundation to help students succeed in their careers. We wish the program all success.

Antarang’s CareeReady Program
The CareeReady program is a career readiness and employability skills training program for youth in the age group of 18 – 25 years. Through partner organisations who work on the ground, Team Antarang identify youth in vulnerable communities who are at risk, and spread awareness about the program and its benefits amongst them.

Once a student signs up to the CareeReady program, he/she undergoes a well-defined regiment of development and training. The course equips students with self-awareness, career awareness, work ethics and etiquettes, effective communications skills and basic computer literacy. At the end of the program, successful graduates are linked to relevant opportunities in their chosen careers. Antarang continues to mentor its students until they integrate well into the organised sector workforce. All Antarang graduates are confident young adults, who uphold our values of Regularity, Punctuality, Initiative and Stability.

About the Antarang Foundation: Building self-reliance in youth
Close to 1 million youngsters turn 18 every month, of whom an overwhelming 50% do not complete high school. Over time, this has resulted in millions of young adults who can neither afford higher education nor secure decent employment.

What then happens to these young minds? Some indulge in delinquent behaviour, while others are forced to work in exploitative conditions. Underage girls are married off and become pregnant. And a staggering 55,000 youth give into substance addiction every day. All this, when roughly 1,17,000 new jobs are created every single quarter and an acute shortage of skills has been reported across all sectors to fulfil these jobs.

This is where we come in. Antarang Foundation envisions a world where every young person is passionately, productively and positively engaged in a career of their choice. Through two career focused programs, CareerAware and CareeReady, the foundation works to bridge the Employability gap that exists amongst disadvantaged youth. The programs deliver career guidance, develop core employability skills, and finally link students with career opportunities.

Sources: DISE 2013-2014, CII^Ministry of Labour 2014, UNPF, ILO report

‘CareeReady’ Programme for S.Y.B.Com. students of Mahatma Night Degree College – A MNDC Placement Cell initiative (November 2018)

The Placement Cell of Mahatma Night Degree College of Arts and Commerce, Chembur spear headed by the Principal of the college Principal Dr. Padma Rangan have set the ball rolling for the ‘CareeReady Programme’ organized by Antarang Foundation 231-C, Tawripada, Dr. S. S. Rao Road, Lalbaug, Parel, Mumbai 400 012, for the S.Y.B.Com. students of Mahatma Night Degree College of Arts and Commerce. This programme will begin in November 2018. Antarang Foundation works to bridge the Employability gap that exists amongst disadvantaged youth.

Antarang’s CareeReady Program
The CareeReady program is a career readiness and employability skills training program for youth in the age group of 18 – 25 years. Through partner organisations who work on the ground, Team Antarang identify youth in vulnerable communities who are at risk and spread awareness about the program and its benefits amongst them.

Once a student signs up to the CareeReady program, he / she undergoes a well-defined regiment of development and training. The course equips students with self-awareness, career awareness, work ethics and etiquettes, effective communications skills and basic computer literacy. At the end of the program, successful graduates are linked to relevant opportunities in their chosen careers. Antarang continues to mentor its students until they integrate well into the organised sector workforce. All Antarang graduates are confident young adults, who uphold our values of Regularity, Punctuality, Initiative and Stability.

About the Antarang Foundation: Building self-reliance in youth
Close to 1 million youngsters turn 18 every month, of whom an overwhelming 50% do not complete high school. Over time, this has resulted in millions of young adults who can neither afford higher education nor secure decent employment.

What then happens to these young minds? Some indulge in delinquent behaviour, while others are forced to work in exploitative conditions. Underage girls are married off and become pregnant. And a staggering 55,000 youth give into substance addiction every day. All this, when roughly 1,17,000 new jobs are created every single quarter and an acute shortage of skills has been reported across all sectors to fulfil these jobs.

This is where we come in. Antarang Foundation envisions a world where every young person is passionately, productively and positively engaged in a career of their choice. Through two career focused programs, Career Aware and Caree Ready, the foundation works to bridge the Employability gap that exists amongst disadvantaged youth. The programs deliver career guidance, develop core employability skills and finally link students with career opportunities.

Sources: DISE 2013-2014, CII^Ministry of Labour 2014, UNPF, ILO report

The first orientation programme for Antarang Foundation’s ‘CarreReady’ was conducted on the 27th September, 2018 at 7.00 p.m. for the S.Y.B.Com. students in Room Number 404. Mr. Nikhil Paul, faculty, Student Engagement & Operation, Antarang Foundation conducted the orientation programme. Principal Dr. Padma Rangan graced the occasion. Placement Cell incharge Associate Professor Dr. Lata Krishnan coordinated the event.

The session was interactive with a slide show that kept the students engaged with graphics and statistics that opened their eyes to the realty of the Job environment in India. The details of the course CareeReady was explained and the students were assured hand holding till the age of 30 until they build their career. Mentoring by corporate guides, career counselling, training and job interviews all lined up to take the students forward.

The second round of orientation with the students of S.Y.B.Com. and their parents was announced and is scheduled to be conducted after the Diwali Vacation.

A cohort comprising of 30 students will be identified for the CareeReady Course that will be offered to the S.Y.B.Com. students in Semester IV. The follow through will be in Semester V and placement activity at the end of Semester VI. This plan of action was shared with all present at the orientation programme.

Mr. Nikhil Paul answered several questions and was successful in building the much needed excitement required to launch the CareeReady course. The programme ended with a vote of thanks delivered by a student, Ms. Kirti of S.Y.B.Com. B Division.

College-Corporate Partnership for Youth Employability

College-Corporate Partnership for Youth Employability

The College-Corporate partnership for youth employability moved on to the second phase where the trained students were assisted with placement service by the faculty of Technoserve India Pvt. Ltd., and the placement cell of Mahatma Night Degree College of Arts and Commerce, Chembur, Mumbai.

A Whats app group was created in January 2016 adding the contacts of all the trained certified students of the YEP – Youth Employability Programme. The administrators of the group are faculty of YEP (Barsha Bora and Priyanka) and placement incharge of the college Dr. Lata Krishnan. Barsha announced job opportunities on the Whats app group and invited interested students to respond on the group. Dr. Lata Krishnan contributed by announcing job opportunities on the group. This is an effective way in which continuous contact and communication is maintained and the placement activity is going on smoothly. As of now 4 students are placed and over 50 students have attended interviews in tier 1, tier 2 and tier 3 companies.

The students attended interviews of the following companies. :

  1. Aaditya Birla Group, 50 students registered and 18 students attended the interview.
  2. Sterling Backcheck, 9 students attended the interview.
  3. Tata Business Support, Job Profile – Customer Support Associate, Salary 8K – 20K per month
  4. Tech Mahindra, Chandivali, 2 students attended the interview and both got selected. Sagar Waghmare and Venkatesh Naidu
  5. Andromeda Sales and Distribution, Company Profile – Deals in all types of loans and has tie up with 25 banks, Job Profile – Business Development Executive, Salary 13,500 + incentives
  6. Bharati Axa, Job Profile – Insurance sales, Salary 1.8 lakhs p.a.
  7. ABG, Andheri East
  8. Here Solutions, 5 students attended the interview and one got selected, Akshay Mane
  9. Indigo, Profile – Cabin crew attendants, Salary 32,000 for 40 hours of flying per month. Extra pay for any additional hour of flying.
  10. HDFC, Job Profile – Branch Sales Officer, Salary- 10k to 12k + incentives.
  11. Bajaj Capital Ltd., Job Profile – Sales Executive, Salary – 25,000 – 27,000 per month.
  12. Indexia Finserve Pvt. Ltd., Loan and financial services company authorized to work with 22 Banks, Job Profile – Team Manager, Salary – 12k – 20k per month.
  13. SMC Online, Job position – Relationship Officer, Salary 1.8 to 2.4 lakhs pa.
  14. Reliance Fresh, Position – Executive Trainee, Salary 1.8 lakhs pa, 5 attended the interview, 1 got selected – Vinod Gajre.
  15. Accenture (Tier 1), Back Office role, Operations Analyst, Fleet Analyst, Fleet Service Analyst, Transaction Processing Representative for Healthcare Review, Medical Billing Representative, Salary 1.64 lacs per annum, 3 students attended interviews.
  16. Hinduja Global Services, Job Profile – HR Trainee, Salary – 1.42 lacs
  17. Synergy Relationship Management (Subsidiary of Quest Masterclass), Position – International Business Development management trainee
  18. Angel Broking, Job Profile – Executive for Customer Sales Service, Salary 10 – 18k per month.
  19. ICICI Lombard, Position – Customer Relation Manager (Back Office), Salary 1.75 lakhs pa. 10 students attended the interview.
  20. Footprints (A background check company), Job Profile – Analyst, Report Writer, Data Entry Operator, Salary 12k per month. 6 students attended the interview.One student got selected. – Mahesh Bendre
  21. Vertex BPO, Ghansoli (inbound processes)
  22. DHL Logistics, Vikhroli West, Back Office Executive, Salary – 8 – 10k per month. 8 students attended the interview.
  23. Fino Paytech Ltd., (Solutions providers for banks, government and insurance companies.), Role – Field Officer, Salary 10,000 to 15,000 per month. 8 students attended the interviews.
  24. Birla Sunlife Insurance Ltd., Job Role – Agency Manager, Salary 2.6 lacs per annum.
  25. TCS, WIPRO, ACCENTURE, CAPGEMINI, Role – Customer Care Executive (inbound or outbound or back office), Salary 10,000 to 15,000 per month. 11 students attended the interview.
  26. Customer Service Executive for Middle East Process at Mahape Location, Job Description – Outbound calling, Salary – 18,000 per month.
  27. ICICI Prudential, Position – Financial Services Consultant, Salary – 2.3 lacs per annum. 13 students attended the interview.
About Placement Cell

The Student Placement Cell helps students procure not mere jobs but also a career in some cases. This improves the marketability of the course (B.Com). Some of our ex-students, now in good executive positions, visit our institution and recruit students. Since we are a night college, most of our students are employed. Our institution helps them in getting better jobs or improving their existing prospects. Placement is a responsibility of the institution which is earnestly undertaken by the placement cell of the college. Better placed jobs enhance the good will of the institution and increase admissions too! As a policy we encourage and regularly entertain pre-placement talks by corporates in various sectors. Companies and trainees conduct many interviews and give pre–placement talk.