Placement

Training programmes conducted by Hands-On System are socially relevant, contributing to building a just and equitable society. The Hands-On System has a excellent placement record across all programmes. This commitment is strengthened by way of taking the following initiatives / steps in this direction:

 

  • Periodic curricular review through expert academic team and other committees that have been constituted for this purpose. EAT empowered to review the curriculum at the end of every year.
  • Enhancing links with both the profit and not-for-profit sectors to develop ongoing interface mechanisms that ensure that continuous feedback on teaching and training helps the Institute keep pace with external trends in the field.
  • Promoting events and forums such as seminars, conferences and meetings that bring together students and teachers with practitioners in the field to exchange ideas and information that can strengthen relevance.
  • Creating a vibrant and active alumni network that can enable Hands-On System to link with alumni in the field and create spaces and opportunities for them to strengthen teaching and research at NRD Welfare Trust through regular feedback. 
  • Strengthen the field work component in all programmes that will enable students to gain valuable exposure to field realities and develop relevant skills.
  • Enhance field action projects that will strengthen faculty teaching and research through their continuous field engagement.
  • Strengthen and promote strategic student placement and campus recruitment programmes.
  • To make optimum use of IT resources to update and enhance the Institute's knowledge base by reference to journals and latest publications.