Pallavi is happy and excited as she has got placed with Deloitte. Just talk to her for a few minutes and you realize she really deserves it. She comes across as a very mature and intelligent person. Confidence in her voice is infectious. She thanks Jaipuria Noida for this total transformation in her personality. “At Jaipuria, they teach and train you to become managers. Communication classes, personality development sessions, presentations, projects, and seminars are regular part of the curriculum that imparts so much of practical training that when you appear for interviews , you don’t get nervous,” says Pallavi.
Jaipuria Noida curriculum stresses on practical training which helps students excel when they enter in the corporate world. Placement cell of the Jaipuria prepares students for placement interviews through mock interview techniques and make every effort to invite best names of the industry for oncampus placement interviews. “Despite bad market condition and depressing global economy, Jaipuria Noida, has witnessed a big jump in terms of average package and better profile,” informs Anup K. Singh, Director of Jaipuria Noida.
But don’t presume her interview was a cake walk. On the contrary, it was very grilling and she had to face four rounds of interviews. She did her internship in finance and hersummer internship project was to evaluate the validity of a project in Indian Oil Corporation. It being a hard core finance project required her to doa lot of research and evaluation wok.“Duringall rounds of interview, I was quizzed on every aspect of the project. Since, I had really worked hard during the project, I was able to impress the interview panel which decided to offer me the big ticket,” says Pallavi. She advises her juniors to take internship programme very seriously as this could prove decisive during placement interviews.
Soon, she will be saying adieu to Jaipuria to embark on her career journey. “Apart from the Masti and Dhamaal of campus life, I am going to miss the excellent teaching faculty. They are always eager to help out students and solve their problems,” says Pallavi getting nostalgic about the days spent at campus.
Pallavi believes that in order to succeed in corporate world, it is an advantage to specialize in either marketing or finance. “But, even if you have decided to specialize in other subjects, just pay full attention to it and never adopt chalta hai attitude,” cautions Pallavi to her juniors.
She terms her two years at Jaipuria Noida as a roller coaster ride. “I really enjoyed my two years and it was great learning experience,” says Pallavi. Well, her journey in real corporate world is about to begin, and she can’t wait to embark on her voyage.