Millions of students graduating out of India’s engineering colleges run the risk of being unemployed, others take jobs well below their technical qualifications in a market where there are few jobs for India’s overflowing technical talent pool. Hiring is slowing down because recruiters are changing their strategy. An engineering degree has become a poor proxy for one’s education and employment skills.

Recruiters visiting engineering colleges seek for candidates who are ready for the industry and have the etiquette necessary for the corporate world.

The only solution to this problem is TRAINING. Training the students in the right direction, by the right process, is the call of the day.

Keeping all these facts in view, the Training & Placement department of TAT leaves no stone unturned to impart the best possible training to our students to make them corporate ready. TAT designs industrial training programs after proper assessment or Training Need Analysis.

Training is made possible through:

TRAINING THROUGH SERVICE PROVIDERS FOR CORPORATE READINESS

Trident students are trained on Aptitude skills, Reasoning skills, Group discussion skills and MOCK personal interview by trainers par excellence from Pan India service providers who have been tied up with Trident.

DEPARTMENT SPECIFIC TRAINING

Developing young minds in their specific domains is the core objective achieved through department specific training. Modules taught to students are aimed at empowering them with add-on skills apart from their regular curriculum, thereby boosting their career profile.

TRAINING THROUGH INDUSTRY LINKAGE

Trident Group of Institutions is linked with leading IT multinationals like CISCO and with top Indian multinationals like TCS.  These companies keep on instituting various types of customized training modules in Trident campus, to name a few,

CCNA by CISCO

Different Academic Interface Programs by TCS, Cloud bite

TRAINING THROUGH DEPT. CLUB ACTIVITIES

Different departments have their dedicated club for various academic and non-academic activities like IoT club, Mobility club, Big Data,  Programming club, Circuit designing club, Solar Club, Energy Audit club, Pyramid Club, Data Science to improve student’s Technical skills, Programming ability, communication skill, overcoming stage fear, inculcating proper attitude, posture and formal way of communication. Apart from regular curriculum, dept. clubs looks after various interpersonal skills development of students, e.g. professors’ of IITs and NIITs are invited for interactive sessions.