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Placement Cell

SH placement cell coordinates the placement activity of all the departments. Recruiters across the country find SH as a preferred destination of choice. The placement cell provides the connecting link between recruiters and our students.

Placement Policy

SH Placement Cell enables the students of SH to bridge the gap between the Academia and Corporate world. Feedback from industry is collected and the feed back used to design Pre-Placement Training Programmes. This important activity is vital to enable the students to achieve desired career objectives.

The various components of the Pre-Placement Training Programmes include modules on Current Affairs, General Aptitude, Technical Aptitude, Presentation Skills, Group Discussion Skills, Debate Skills, Interviews Skills & Mock Interviews, Industrial Analytics Workshops, etc. Training is also proposed based on the modern techniques of psychometric testing to give scientific career counseling to students to equip them to secure the opportunities available.

Company–specific orientation is conducted for students prior to all the placement drives organized by the institution. Special orientations on international study programmes are organised in collaboration with with various agencies for the students who aspire to go abrod for higher studies:

  1. Once the student appears for the process, the student cannot reject the offer made by the company
  2. Each student shall be eligible for only one offer
  3. After the convocation, unless the company brings any breach of commitment on the part of the student to the notice of the Corporate & Public Relations cell, SH’s responsibility ceases

Placement Process

  1. Placement Pooling The prospective agencies are pooled into a data base by the placement committee selected for each year which contains student representatives under the guidance of placement cell. The placement brochure is also prepared which contains the details of the candidates.
  2. Pre-placement preparations

    The candidates are given pre placement preparatory sessions by eminent resource persons on communication skill, CV Preparation, GD and interview specific skills, self-grooming, subject specific inputs etc.

  3. Placement Process

    Applications are invited from the students regarding their interests in the sectors as well as settings along with their specific experiences. The detailed CV is collected from the students or they can express third interest on specific placements to placement cell.

  4. Job offcer announcement

    The job details/opportunities with details (including the campus interviews) will be publicised to the prospective candidates so that they may apply directly with the concurrence as well as attend the campus interview process.

  5. Confirmation

    The placement cell will be the link between the employers well as the candidates to facilitate the process which aid in placement of the selected candidates.

  6. Follow ups

    The placement cell also collect the feedback from the employers and document the timely suggestions received so that the suggestions are incorporated in curriculum design and delivery. The placement cell also get in contact with the candidates who need further placement support in their career.

    Placement Process

    Sacred Heart College is a centre of Higher Education, open to all. Though it began as a Men’s College, its recent past shows that majority of its student population is women.

    It envisions a similar openness in the matter of staff appointment as well, roping in more women in the teaching and non-teaching categories.

    It promotes gender equality by focusing on Women’s Development through the erstwhile statutory Women’s Cell, functioning in the college as a women’s forum called SWASTI (Sacred Heart Women’s Association for Service, Truth and Integration). It envisages periodic training and exposure programmes for women’s empowerment and gender justice.

    The management is committed to ensure that the mandatory Anti-Sexual Harassment Cell at work place (Supreme Court & UGC guidelines) is duly constituted and functioning in the college.

    In all this, Mary, the Mother of Jesus, at the same time empowered and empowering, shall be the model and inspiration (Ref. Lk. 1: 46-55; Jn 2: 1-5; Jn 19:25-27; Acts 1:14).


    At S.H., tutorials are those interactive sessions intended to impart value education to the students. The sessions are to be planned with pre-drafted materials by the tutorial committee. Value education classes go in tandem with the tutorial sessions.

    The students are to be engaged either as a single class unit, or wherever possible, as a group of 30 to 35, on a relatively permanent basis, and by one teacher (for a period of one year).

    The lessons are to be prepared in advance, revised periodically, and they should be so devised to extend over a period of three years. Teachers concerned have to familiarize the lesson, so that more or less same messages reach the entire group.

    All lessons should lead to practical implications for life, and wherever possible to be concluded with personal or collective resolutions, and a prayer. On an average, 2 hours a month should be devoted to tutorial sessions. Besides tutorials, the renewal programmes, personality development sessions, observances of socially significant days, thought for the week, life-orientation programme etc. should also serve as platform for value education.The value orientation imparted through the regular classroom teaching.

    One of the core values to be imparted is that of ‘cleanliness as next to godliness’. This is to be ensured by every teacher every time he/she engages a class, that the class room is litter-free. And whenever, a programme is organized, there is a plan for minimizing waste (zero waste) and managing it.

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