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Our Campus Recruitment Training (CRT) course prepares the student for the selection procedures adopted by leading companies. The course will focus on four broad areas – Quantitative Ability, Reasoning Ability, Verbal Ability (including Vocabulary Building and Grammar Fundamentals) and Communication Skills (including classes on Fundamentals in Communication Skills, classes on Group Discussions, Interview & Resume Preparations). Group Discussion and Mock Interview sessions include detailed feedback and areas of improvement.
• Build strong foundation in Quantitative Ability, Reasoning Ability, Verbal Ability (including Vocabulary Building and Grammar Fundamentals)
• Help the student understand main concepts and not memorize formulas
• Help the student build speed and accuracy
• To focus the aptitude training on few select companies and give inputs to help the students crack the selection process of these companies.
• Get acquainted with the test patterns of various companies and develop strategies for each one of them
• A dedicated team of faculty members will be assigned to the college.
• Classes will be conducted as per the schedule provided by the college.
• Handouts will be distributed to the students in each class, comprising of class discussion as well as home assignment questions.
• A post assessment test will be conducted at the end of the course to measure the performance improvement and the analysis will be shared with the college
Handouts will be distributed to the students in each class, comprising of class discussion as well as home assignment questions.
The students will be provided with physical tests on each topic covered in the class. The students will compulsorily need to take these tests in order to revise the concepts taught and get confidence.
Classes would be a mix of concept teaching and problem solving. Students will be encouraged to apply the concepts taught and solve the questions given to them. The level of difficulty of the questions will gradually go up to help the students move up the learning curve gradually.