What is CRT? Campus Recruitment Training (CRT) is to aid candidates in their preparation for Recruitment through Campuses or outside campuses (i.e. On campus or off campus). CRT includes comprehensive training on the following: Aptitude Test.
Training and Placement:
Equipping the students with relevant and conceptualized professional skills and guiding them towards a bright future and career all around the world with the values of – ‘Sincerity’, ‘Hard Work’ and ‘Ethics’.
Training and Placement Cell is to guide students to choose right career and to give knowledge, skill, aptitude and meet the manpower requirements of the Industry.
- Highlighting articles on departmental notice boards regarding Competitive & Industrial Career Opportunities.
- Inform students about the available job opportunities in government sectors and off campus drives.
- Arranging Motivational Talks.
- Conducting Psychometric Test.
- Conducting Expectation Management Workshops.
Keeping in view the industry requirements, the training curriculum is designed for preparing the students for entry-level Graduate Engineer Trainees.
- Personality Development
- Communication Skills & Vocabulary
- Resume Preparation& Email Writing
- Group Discussion
- Interview Skills
- Aptitude Training & Practice Tests
- Foreign Languages such as Japanese & German
TTIQS is always on the lookout for students who are vibrant, energetic individuals and ready to accept challenges, attentive, a good academic background, fast learners, open to learning even at work and more importantly, good communication skills.
TTIQS focuses on the personality development to make the students reliable, with a positive attitude and right decision making.
- Guiding for preparation.
- Arranging mock Interviews.
- Conducting weekly Aptitude tests
- Communicating with Alumni for available openings.
- Communicating with industry for campus interviews.
In general, Business English is a form of English especially suited to international trade, commerce and finance. As such, Business English is the kind of English typically used in, for example: business meetings. sales presentations. negotiations.
As a purpose-specific tool, the central goals of business English is to carry the message across and to reach agreement. This is why it demands a business-oriented English vocabulary and a bunch of skills. These skills can include English letter writing, delivering presentations, negotiating or plain small-talk.
Studying business involves not only involves studying individuals, communities, and organizations, it involves assessing their needs and problems, as well as generating solutions.Finally, as the business environment is dynamic and ever-changing, it can be an important tool to develop skills to cope with change.
Your resume (sometimes called your “CV”) is your most important tool when applying for a job. It doesn’t matter how qualified you are, or how much experience you have – if your resume is poorly presented or badly written, you’re going to have trouble getting the job you want – or even an interview.
Interview skills sets:
The importance of Interviewing Skills. Good and solid job interview skills are the key to getting better paying jobs and creating more opportunities for yourself. One of the key skills is in answering the interview question. Asking questions pertinent to the business or industry is one way of showing this.
Types of Job Interviews TTIQS cater
- Traditional one on one job interview
- Panel interview
- Behavioural interview
- Group interview
- Phone interview
- Lunch interview
8 Major Types of Interviews
- Informational Interview.
- Screening or Telephone Interview.
- Individual Interview.
- Small Group or Committee Interview.
- The Second or On-Site Interview.
- Behavioural-Based Interview.
- Task Oriented or Testing Interview.
- Stress Interview.
Soft skills and Personality Development:
Hard or technical skills help securing a basic position in one’s life and career. Soft skills comprise pleasant and appealing personality traits as self-confidence, positive attitude, emotional intelligence, social grace, flexibility, friendliness and effective communication skills.
Soft skills are a cluster of productive personality traits that characterize one’s relationships in a milieu. These skills can include social graces, communication abilities, language skills, personal habits, cognitive or emotional empathy, time management, teamwork and leadership traits.
While both personality traits and soft skills are equally important, soft skills have the benefit of being able to be learned and honed, which has caused them to become an increasingly valuable asset in the professional field. Skills on the other hand are tasks that you are able to perform well.
Soft skills you need to be successful!
TTIQS want employees who can supervise and direct other workers.
- Leadership Skills.
- Team Work
- Communication Skills.
- Problem Solving Skills.
- Work Ethic.
- Interpersonal Skills.