Value Added Programs & Certificate Courses

R Programming Certification
In today's rapidly evolving business landscape, data-driven decision-making has become paramount for success. The Master of Business Administration (MBA) program at St. Claret College is committed to providing its students with a well-rounded education that prepares them to excel in a data-centric world. As a part of this commitment, we are excited to offer an add-on course on R Programming, designed to enhance your MBA experience and equip you with essential skills in data analysis and visualization.

Stock Trading Certification
The Stock Trading Certification for MBA Students course is meticulously designed for MBA students who recognize the importance of financial markets and trading strategies in today's business environment. This course offers a comprehensive exploration of stock trading, technical analysis, and portfolio management, equipping you with the proficiency to navigate the complexities of the financial markets consistently.

In-house placement training
The primary goal of in-house placement training is to equip students with the necessary skills, knowledge, and confidence to succeed in the recruitment processes conducted by various companies that visit the campus for hiring.

Our in-house faculties are providing the following training sessions:

Skill Development: These programs focus on enhancing the technical, communication, and soft skills of students. This can include training in programming languages, problem-solving, communication skills, interview techniques, and resume-building.

Aptitude and Mock Tests: Students often undergo aptitude tests and participate in mock interviews to simulate real-world job interviews and assessments. This helps them become familiar with the process and reduce anxiety.

Group Discussions and Presentation Skills: In-house placement training may include sessions on group discussions and presentation skills, as these are often a part of the interview process.

Industry Insights: Students are provided with insights into industry trends, job market dynamics, and company expectations. Guest lectures by industry professionals can be a part of this.

Resume Building and Cover Letter Writing: Assistance is given to students in creating effective resumes and cover letters that highlight their skills and experiences.

Mock Drives: Mock placement drives are organized where students face simulated company recruitment processes. This includes written tests, group discussions, technical interviews, and HR interviews.

Feedback and Personalized Guidance: Students receive feedback on their performance in mock tests and interviews, helping them identify areas for improvement. They may also receive one-on-one guidance from placement officers or trainers.

Networking Opportunities: Placement programs provide opportunities for students to interact with alumni, industry professionals, and potential employers. Networking can be a valuable aspect of securing job placements.

Placement Support: In-house placement teams often work with companies to arrange recruitment drives on the campus, connecting students with potential employers.

Soft Skills and Personality Development: These programs may offer training in personal development, including time management, stress management, teamwork, leadership skills, and more.