Study Plan through MBA

First Semester

  • Your college experience reflects on you towards preparing a career for the rest of your life.
  • Set in motion your personal development by participating in campus activities.
  • Consider your assessment scores seriously
  • Construct your framework on your career possibilities.
  • Fill in your profile with Career counselor.
  • Constantly visit career portal services and get to know what the resources are.
  • Engage activity with faculty, administrators and career services staff who can serve as resources during your personal and professional development at college.
  • Make a tentative selection of a major
  • Obtain an internship job and develop skills and confidence.
  • Make the most of our career resource and articles to learn your field of interest.
  • Explore the academic and practical/experiential requirements for entering different professions.
  • Understand your role-play and strengths about oneself, to prepare for the interviews
  • Build your own resume.
  • Be serious about internship job and execute the functions without fail
  • Re-access your skill levels

Second Semester

  • Make the most of our career resource and articles to learn your field of interest.
  • Explore the academic and practical/experiential requirements for entering different professions.
  • Understand your role-play and strengths about oneself, to prepare for the interviews
  • Build your own resume.
  • Be serious about internship job and execute the functions without fail
  • Re-access your skill levels

Third Semester

  • Try to achieve a good score with the pre-recruitment tests
  • Career resources should be a constant companion here-on for specialized areas in your chosen field.
  • Research key corporations, businesses and organizations through informational interviews and our resources
  • Revise and update your resume.
  • Practice on the areas which you find gaps and plug in your strengths as third semester will be a career platform with organizations visiting us.
  • Continue to develop associations with faculty, administrators and career counselors

 

Final Semester

  • Complete course requirements in your major(s).
  • Plan your job search campaign process.
  • Be meticulous preparation and confidence should be a prime mover for the interviews
  • Revise and update your resume.
  • Research target companies and organizations.
  • Regular check on the job postings and opportunities with our website/portal
  • Arrange for interviews through the career counselors and placement staff.
  • Evaluate job offers in respect to ones valued interests, skills, strengths and life goals.

 

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