Our Policies & Procedures

Placement Procedure

  • The Placement Cell (a body of student representatives) invites the company. A Job Announcement Form (JAF)/Internship Response Form (IRF) and other relevant information is sent to the company with the invitation mail.
  • JAF / IRF containing details of the job / internship is filled by the company/ organization. They then send it to us through email to placementcell@nitrr.ac.in or tpo@nitrr.ac.in.
  • The information (JD, process details etc.) provided by the company through JAF/IRF is made available to students. Eligible and interested students are asked to register for the process.
  • Database / resumes of interested candidates are made available to the company.
  • The date for the campus recruitment process is scheduled on a mutually agreed date.
  • The on campus process begins with ‘Pre Placement Talk’ conducted by the company followed by company specific assessments.
  • On completion of the selection procedure, the company announces the final list of the selected students, preferably on that day itself.
  • The Placement Cell assists the employer throughout and after completion of the process.

Placement Policy

The institute strictly follows the ‘One Student One Job’ policy to achieve its aim of getting 100 percent placements. This ensures equal opportunity to all the students and underlines institute’s commitment to the recruiting companies and organisations. Further, it ascertains that only a few students do not consume up all the career opportunities in the campus. Also, if the recruited student does not join the company without intimating the details to the placement office and the recruiting company, s/he is liable to face disciplinary action as per the institute rules.

  1. The institute has a strict “One Student – One Job” policy; hence, students are very particular about the companies they want to appear for campus recruitment. Once selected, they are not allowed to sit for further campus placements as per the placement policy of the institute.
  2. The Job Announcement Form (JAF) / Internship Response Form (IRF) provides the primary basis of communicating the details of the positions offered to the candidates. It is therefore, highly desirable that the JAF/IRF is completed in all respects and it would be advantageous if it were accompanied by relevant company literature with more details about the company.