RONO HILL, Mar 03: The first Placement Brochure of RGU’s Placement Cell was released on Wednesday by Vice Chancellor Prof. Saket Kushwaha.
Releasing the first brochure with the theme ‘Transforming Opportunities Into Reality’, the VC said that RGU since its inception had been a human resource provider to the state in particular and the nation in general.
“Its graduates are well placed in all the sectors be it government or private sector, banking or industries including many reputed companies such as BBC, Wipro, etc,” he said and emphasized on the importance of placement activities in the university and maintained that the university community is committed to produce quality graduates who are behind none in getting good placement and to be absorbed in the job market.
He urged the corporate houses, manufacturers, service providers and research and development establishments to come for groomed graduates for placement.
Pro-Vice Chancellor Prof Amitava Mitra while highlighting the background of the establishment of placement cell informed that it was established through its Academic Council on February 19, 2019 to maintain university’s placement records and to provide greater avenues to its graduates.
He said that, it is university’s continuous endeavor to keep abreast of the challenges and opportunities in the job scenario of the state and the nation and the brochure would be beneficial for both the graduates and recruiters who are seeking suitable placement and recruits respectively.
Registrar Dr Nabam Tadar Rikam said that the university was not keeping any stone unturned in making its products employable and emphasized on making the student aware of their tracks of careers through SWOT (Strength, weakness, opportunity, and Threat) analysis introspection.
Finance Officer Prof Otem Padung while assuring that the university’s civil service and NET coaching programmes would be made more frequent in post pandemic days, added that more efforts would be put in to set things at place, so that graduates can have a clear vision of way forwards after completion of their respective degrees.
Joint Registrar Dr David Pertin recalled the initiative of the Chief Rector and the state Governor who spearheaded in the constitution of a state level placement review committee by the state government on June 28, 2018, which ultimately led to signing of a tripartite MoU between RGU, NERIST and NIT in 2019.
He also highlighted the contribution of Chief Minister Pema Khandu and the pain and commitments put in by the first coordinator of placement centre of RGU Ani Taggu, Associate Professor of Computer Science & Engineering.