How to Get Placed from your Campus! Part 1: Preparation for the interview


getting placed from the campus while one is studying is everyones dream.But is this process so easy? Yes - if you have a strategy,you can have a campus offer

How to Get Placed from your Campus!


Part 1: Preparation for the interview
Recession is over and big players of corporate world are back to college campuses to hire fresh graduates. This article covers a general introduction and strategy planning for a campus placement. Expect more tips in forthcoming days. As soon as you are promoted to final year, you may be hearing about the companies that may come to your campus to hire you. But, Getting a placement is not that easy ! They don't only expect you to know your college course subjects ,more than that ! and getting an offer in campus is easier than one in the walk-ins once you come out of college. So grab the opportunity.

Well, I would like to tell some simple things in this article. When a company has to visit your campus, you get to know it at least a week before. When you know that some 'XYZ TECHNOLOGIES' is visiting your campus for placement, what are the things you need to do?

1. Google up for this company, the first thing you need to know is, what the reputation of the company is. In which locations of the world the company has the presence. What the company really does?

2. What are the interview stages? Interview procedure. Does your profile match really for the company?

3. Call up someone you know who is working in this company, may be a senior. The purpose of doing this is to know the work culture and growth of the company! If you don't know anyone working with the concern, make best use of internet.

Once your preliminary investigation overs, you need to take care of the following things:-

1. You have come to know about the interview procedure in your preliminary investigation. Now time to prepare for it. Download previous question papers- as many as you get from the internet. Practice them. Most of the times you get questions from previous interview paper.
2. Plan your strategy. Bring up confidence in you! Plan every minute and every stage.
3. Prepare the HR interview questions. Write them down in a paper, questions like "tell about yourself" and "your strength, weakness " are seen common in a HR interview.
4. Plan what you are going to wear on interview day.


Finally, bring a lot of confidence in you. Think you have to grab the job at any cost. Confidence is the main thing in the campus placements, because they always want to hire people who has potential to learn their process and can add up to their profit.
Best of Luck! It is campus placement season! Will be writing more about this same topic.


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Author: Manjiri28 Oct 2010 Member Level: Bronze   Points : 0

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Author: kashinath sangram phulari17 Jun 2011 Member Level: Gold   Points : 1

How to Get Placed from your Campus!

Part 1: Preparation for the interview
Recession is over and big players of corporate world are back to college campuses to hire fresh graduates. This article covers a general introduction and strategy planning for a campus placement. Expect more tips in forthcoming days. As soon as you are promoted to final year, you may be hearing about the companies that may come to your campus to hire you. But, Getting a placement is not that easy ! They don't only expect you to know your college course subjects ,more than that ! and getting an offer in campus is easier than one in the walk-ins once you come out of college. So grab the opportunity.

Well, I would like to tell some simple things in this article. When a company has to visit your campus, you get to know it at least a week before. When you know that some 'XYZ TECHNOLOGIES' is visiting your campus for placement, what are the things you need to do?

1. Google up for this company, the first thing you need to know is, what the reputation of the company is. In which locations of the world the company has the presence. What the company really does?

2. What are the interview stages? Interview procedure. Does your profile match really for the company?

3. Call up someone you know who is working in this company, may be a senior. The purpose of doing this is to know the work culture and growth of the company! If you don't know anyone working with the concern, make best use of internet.

Once your preliminary investigation overs, you need to take care of the following things:-

1. You have come to know about the interview procedure in your preliminary investigation. Now time to prepare for it. Download previous question papers- as many as you get from the internet. Practice them. Most of the times you get questions from previous interview paper.
2. Plan your strategy. Bring up confidence in you! Plan every minute and every stage.
3. Prepare the HR interview questions. Write them down in a paper, questions like "tell about yourself" and "your strength, weakness " are seen common in a HR interview.
4. Plan what you are going to wear on interview day.


Finally, bring a lot of confidence in you. Think you have to grab the job at any cost. Confidence is the main thing in the campus placements, because they always want to hire people who has potential to learn their process and can add up to their profit.
Best of Luck! It is campus placement season! Will be writing more about this same topic.



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