Corporate Relations and Career Services
Corporate Relations and Career Services

The university has established two important services to promote a discovery and innovation-driven environment, namely CIAP and KRITI. These platforms are designed to facilitate collaboration between companies and the university, with the goal of developing competencies, future skills, research, projects, and final placements.

The Office of Career Services strategizes activities to develop students from day one, transforming them into professionals. A strong network with the industry, government, and community at local, regional, national, and international levels helps employers and students work together on internships, projects, and final placements.

Career Services

Career services on campus are provided year-round to prepare students for the industry. The activities include:

  • Competency Mapping
  • Communication Skills Lab for written skills and presentations
  • Career Counseling and Mapping with individual analysis, which includes:
    • Self-assessment
    • Career exploration
    • On-the-job training
    • Internships
    • Additional on-the-job training
  • Review of resumes, cover letters, and other professional documents
  • Aptitude Tests, Group Discussion, and Personal Interview Practices
  • Mock interviews conducted by industry and behavioral experts