Campus to Corporate Program

The transition from College to Corporate environment is a big adjustment for many graduates. Expectations and responsibilities in the workplace are very different demanding a need for young graduates to prepare for the changes and be ready to adapt to the ALL NEW professional world.

From having a right aptitude & attitude to a fundamentally solid communication & interpersonal skills along with expertise in areas like Advanced Excel gives an edge; moreover our specially curated program empowers the candidate to think Computationally and Analytically giving them chance to stand out in the crowd and to become more employable.

Soft Skills

“You are your greatest asset. Put your time, effort and money into training, grooming, and encouraging your greatest asset” – Tom Hopkins

“Soft skills are a combination of people skills, social skills, communication skills, character traits, attitudes and emotional intelligence quotients among others that enable people to navigate their environment, work well with others, perform well, and achieve their goals with complementing hard skills.

While hard skills are job-specific and must have, employers look for soft skills too in their job candidates.

Modules Covered

  • Module 1: Interpersonal Skills
  • Module 2: Presentation & Public Speaking
  • Module 3: Personal Grooming & Corporate Etiquettes
  • Module 4: Interview Skills

What You’ll learn:

  • To communicate Effectively
  • What it takes to be a confident speaker
  • How to perform well in an Interview
  • Nuances of Corporate Etiquettes…

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Aptitude & Reasoning

Assessing a candidate on Quantitative Aptitude is believed to be one of the best and quickest way to ascertain logical thinking and IQ and hence finds an important place in campus recruitment drives and other competitive exams.

Topics Covered

  • Chapter 1: Numbers and Number System
  • Chapter 2: Averages, Percentages & Profit/Loss
  • Chapter 3: Time, Speed & Distance
  • Chapter 4: Set Theory, P & C, Probability
  • Chapter 5: Coding/Decoding, Series, Reasoning Problems

What You’ll learn:

  • Fundamentals of Number System
  • How to ace important topics
  • Efficient ways to approach a mathematical problem
  • Think analytically to solve reasoning questions

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Advanced Excel

Even after three decades, MS Excel is still the most preferred and used spreadsheet software around the world. This leads to prospective as well as existing employees learn Excel to enter or remain in the workplace.

Not only many business professionals use Excel to perform everyday functional tasks in the workplace, but an increasing number of employers rely on Excel for decision support.

Almost every business function uses Excel for their smooth functioning e.g. Finance & Accounting, Marketing, Product Sales, HR, Analytics, etc.

Modules Covered

  • Module 1: Getting started with MS Excel
  • Module 2: Working with Formulae and Functions
  • Module 3: Creating Charts, Conditional Formatting
  • Module 4: Analyzing Data with Excel
  • Module 5: VBA & Macros, Applications

What You’ll learn:

  • Able to use Excel comfortably
  • Usage of multiple functions to achieve a task easily
  • Analyse data and present using Charts
  • Automate regular reporting saving time/effort

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Computational Thinking

This course is designed to help people with no prior exposure to computer science or programming language to think computationally and write programs to tackle useful problems. People taking this course can use this as a stepping stone to more advanced computer science courses.

Modules Covered

  • Module 1: Introduction to Python programming language
  • Module 2: Informal introduction to algorithmic complexity
  • Module 3: Dynamic programming
  • Module 4: Probability Distributions and Introduction to Statistics
  • Module 5: Introduction to Matlab

What You’ll learn:

  • A Notion of computation
  • Simple algorithms & Data structures
  • Stochastic programming and statistical thinking
  • Curve fitting techniques & Monte Carlo simulations

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Basic Analytics

According to a recent Wall Street Journal, companies, barraged with data from the Web and other sources, want employees who can both sift through the information and help solve business problems. As the use of analytics grows quickly, companies will need employees who understand the data.

Some of the application areas include product analysis, Online Behavior, customer lifecycle management, customer service, social media connect, fraud detection, etc

Modules Covered

  • Module 1: Introduction to Data Analytics
  • Module 2: Structured Query Language (SQL)
  • Module 3: Data Science Techniques & Predictive Modeling
  • Module 4: Case Study

What You’ll learn:

  • Power of Data
  • Extracting and Exploring Data
  • Usage of historical data to predict Future Outcomes
  • Benefit of adopting Analytics to Organizations worldwide

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Program Highlights

60 Hours – Classroom Training

IIT Alumni as Faculty

Excel Tool

Relevant Industry Experience

Mock GD/PI by Industry Experts

Quality Content

Placement Assistance

Certificate of Excellence