We at GLA strongly believe in the creation of good quality human resource with training of intellectual minds. To help students stand-out and gain competitive edge over the others, we stress on developing both functional skills and exceptional practical outlook. The Training and Placement cell works tirelessly towards ensuring employment for all students across various industries and helping budding entrepreneurs in establishing successful businesses. The department organizes activities and workshops at a regular basis to enable students to be effective team leaders and players.
The department is headed by some eminent professors with a proven track record and professionals who have made a mark in the industry. This association introduces our students to the concepts of corporate culture and a sense of influential patronage. With many firsts to its credit and an impeccable record to boast of, the T&P cell works round-the-clock to ensure that the students of the University get placed in reputed companies at lucrative terms across various industries.
The cell works with a twin-fold focus on augmenting internal competencies by contemporary grooming of students and enabling the industry to identify and absorb intellectuals with the requisite technical and managerial skills.
The cell also provides assistance to students in applying for summer trainings and projects in various companies. The university critically evaluates these summer trainings and projects as they form a part of the curricula.
The staunch corporate patronage which separates the university from its contemporaries originates from its unequivocal focus to produce world class technocrats and managers for which the regular corporate interactions weave the thread.
On an average, more than 50 guest lectures by veterans across various industries are conducted every semester to enable students to understand real-life situations and experiences. This aims to make students ready to face situations which may arise in their professional lives.
The T&P cell in co-ordination with the various technical and non-technical departments regularly organise industrial visits to acquire technical activities involved in production design, maintenance of engineering products in case of technical courses. For non-technical students these visits focus on learning through interaction with managers who share with the students the recent developments, strategies and market moves of the industry.