December, 1, 2022, 6:20am
December, 1, 2022, 6:20am

Training & Placement Cell

TRAINING AND PLACEMENT CELL (GIPS-G)

The training and placement of Girijananda Chowdhury Institute of Pharmaceutical Science (GIPS-G), facilitates placements for eligible diploma, graduates and postgraduates (D. Pharm, B. Pharm and M. Pharm). It also conducts few training programmes for the benefit of students and communicates with companies, to conduct campus drives for graduate and postgraduate students. The college provides infrastructure to conduct campus drive. The placement session starts from the last week of February through August every year. Pre-placement talks, job offers, date(s) of interviews, conduct of interviews, selection of students, etc., are coordinated through training and placement cell. It is assisted by a committee comprising President, Chairman, Convener and coordinators from each department. The centre has its mission and objectives. It has evolved a broad policy/framework for students and recruiters besides a setting up a list of inviolable rules.

MISSION

Consistently facilitate training and placements for the students.

OBJECTIVES

  • To provide training (soft skills, how to face interview, group discussion and resume preparation) to students.
  • To facilitate industry-institute interactions, tailor-made short-term training/workshop.
  • To assist and coordinate campus and off-campus placements.
  • To have a memorandum of understanding with companies.

THE GIPS-G TRAINING AND PLACEMENT CELL

  • Offers career development programme for the students who are raring to enter the corporate world, and introduces them to the prospective employers according to their aspirations and background.
  • Conducts training programmes that have been formulated after a discussion with various experts from the industry as well as those with academic backgrounds.
  • Inspires students to participate in co-curricular and extra-curricular activities.
  • Encourages students to participate in various competition conducted by major corporate houses.
  • Arranges guest lectures by eminent personalities from industry, and various walks of life to keep the students abreast of the latest happening in the industry.
  • Aims to bridge the gap between industry and academia.
  • Creates awareness about higher studies opportunities, and arranges coaching for GPAT.
  • Enhances the technical knowledge of the students by arranging value-added courses according to the industrial requirements.
  • To improve the students’ skills, the following training modules have been devised:
  • Aptitude Training
  • Logical Reasoning
  • Communication Skills
  • Personal Grooming
  • Time Management
  • Presentation Skills
  • Inter and Intra-personal Skills
  • Team Building
  • Group Discussion
  • Planning & Goal Setting

PLACEMENT POLICY (STUDENTS)

Eligibility: Final year Diploma, B. Pharm and M. Pharm students who do not have arrears (backlogs) in the subjects of previous years are eligible to participate through registering for placements.

Resume: Students are required to submit their resumes. These resumes are required to be updated as and when necessary, based on the job description and recruiting company. Customized or Company specific resumes may have to be filled and submitted as and when required.

Placement and Finishing school will not be responsible for any fraudulent/misleading information given by anyone. If discrepancies are found in any resume, the student submitting such a resume will be barred from placement process.

Dress code and Discipline: Students are required to come in formals and should maintain strict discipline during the process of interview.

Students who come in casuals will not be permitted to attend the interview. Students who do not report at schedule time and who indulge in indiscipline will not be allowed. Students are expected to abstain from questioning the selection process of any company.

On-campus/Off-campus Interview:  Students, who have given their consent to attend the interview, are allowed to attend on-campus and off-campus pre-placement talks and also interview process. Students are required to stay in the college/premises where the interview is being held from the start through to the end of the entire interview process.

Job Offer/Appointment Letters: Selected students would receive a job offer letter/appointment letter/email informing them of their selection. Students are required to accept/reject the job offer during the process of recruitment.

Students, who have accepted a job offer, are not permitted to appear for interviews by other companies. Students whose selection is pending or who have not received a confirmation email/letter from the company are allowed to appear for further on-campus and off-campus interviews. However, appropriate action will be taken by college authorities, if the selected student indulges in any of the unacceptable activities (not reporting to the company/immediate resignation/absconding).

Post Placement: Students who have been selected by the companies are required to report to the company and abide by the rules and regulations thereof. However, they can join the company only after completion of their final examinations. Students are requested to provide information about their achievements, promotions and job shift to Placement and Finishing school.  

PLACEMENT POLICY (RECRUITERS)

Recruiters who are looking out for fresh Diploma, B. Pharm and M. Pharm students are most welcome to conduct an on-campus recruitment drive. However, they can also call students off-campus or pooled campus drives.  

Placement season: Placement season starts in the last week of February and runs through August of every year. However, the recruiters are free to contact throughout the year to enquire about the students’ availability and fix the date(s) for on-campus and off-campus placement drives.

Registration: Recruiters who are interested to conduct on-campus interviews are required to send an email to [email protected], [email protected].

Requirements for on-campus or off-campus: Recruiters are requested to furnish the following details:

  • Job Profile/Description
  • Job Location
  • Training/probation period
  • CTC during & after training/probation
  • Designation before & after training/probation
  • A service agreement, if any
  • Eligibility/Qualification/experience requirements of the candidates
  • Selection Process – (Pre-placement talk, Test (written/online), Group Discussion and Personal Interview etc.,)
  • Facilities required during campus recruitment
  • Preferred date(s) to visit campus.
  • Accommodation and local transport

Recruitment: Recruiters can either visit the campus or can call the students to their respective companies or any place in case of pooled campus drive for recruitment. They are welcome to conduct pooled campus drive in our campus. However, for pooled campus drive a detailed discussion and details should be provided well in advance.

Feedback: Recruiters are requested to provide feedback on the quality of the students and the facilities provided by the College/University.

Memorandum of Understanding (MoU): Companies are welcome to have MoU for regular recruitment year on year. Companies are also welcome for collaboration and Industry-Institute-Interactions. We are having MoU with the following companies

  1. Hetero health care ltd
  2. Phoenix laboratories ltd
  3. Signova health care ltd
  4. Ajanta Pharma ltd
  5. Ipca Pharma ltd
  6. Pure and cure Ltd

THE PLACEMENT EXECUTIVES

Chairman

Dr. P. Malairajan, Principal

Girijananda Chowdhury Institute of Pharmaceutical Science (GIPS-G)

Azara, Guwahati, Assam-781017

Phone: +919427706053 (M)

E-mail: [email protected]

In-Charge

Dr. Dipankar Saha, Associate Professor, GIPS-G

Phone: +91 9864285827

E-mail: [email protected]

[email protected]

MEMBER LIST

  1. Dr. Bhanu Pratap Sahu
  2. Dr. Sheikh Sofiur Rahman (Convener, Entrepreneurship Development Cell)
  3. Mr. Mrinmoy Deka, (Convener, IIPC)
  4. Miss Asha Das (Convener, Career Development Cell)
  5. Mr. TrideepSaikia
  6. Mr. Susankar Kushari
  7. Miss Zartaj Wasmin Banu
  8. Miss Madhuchandra Lahan
  9. Mr. Ranadeep Borgohain
  10. Dr. K. D. Lalthiamsama
  11. Mr. R James

LIST OF RECRUITERS

  1. Alkem, Sikkim
  2. Torrent Pharma, Sikkim
  3. Sun Pharma, Guwahati
  4. Sun Pharma, Sikkim
  5. Ajanta Pharma, Guwahati
  6. Hetero Health care, Guwahati
  7. Eris Pharma, Guwahati
  8. Ozone Pharma, Guwahati
  9. Systopic Pharma, Guwahati
  10. Signova heath care, Guwahati
  11. Natco Pharma, Guwahati
  12. Pure and cure, Guwahati
  13. Zuventus, Sikkim
  14. Mankind Pharma, Sikkim
  15. Zydus Pharma, Sikkim
  16. Apollo Hospital Group
  17. Excel Care Hospital, Guwahati
  18. Narayana Hospital, Guwahati
  19. Apy Pharma, Guwahati
  20. Phoenix Lab, Guwahati
  21. Ghanashyam Pharmaceuticals, Guwahati
  22. Nestle India Limited, Gurgaon
  23. Troikaa Pharmaceuticals, Gujarat

RECRUITERS LOGO

PLACEMENT STATISTICS

STATISTICAL ANALYSIS OF TRAINING AND PLACEMNT REPORT 2016-17

NO OF THE STUDENTS APPEARED B. PHARMNO OF THE STUDENTS PASSED B. PHARMNO OF THE STUDENTS APPEARED M. PHARMNO OF THE STUDENTS PASSED M. PHARMNO OF THE STUDENTS PLACED B. PHARMNO OF THE STUDENTS PLACED M. PHARMPERCENTAGE OF PLACEMENT B. PHARMPERCENTAGE OF PLACEMENT M. PHARM
55531010380771%70%
NO OF THE STUDENTS OPTED FOR HIGHER STUDY B. PHARMNO OF THE STUDENTS OPTED SELF EMPLOYMENT B. PHARM  TOTAL PERCENTAGE (PLACEMENT+HIGHER STUDY+ENTREPRENEURSHIP) B. PHARMNO OF THE STUDENTS OPTED SELF EMPLOYMENT WITH M. PHARMNO OF THE STUDENTS QUALIFIED GP ATNO OF CAREER DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMS CONDUCTEDNO OF IIPC ACTIVITIES CONDUCTEDNO OF ENTREPRENEURSHIP ACTIVITIES CONDUCTED
090496%0301110404

Annual placement report 2016-17

STATISTICAL ANALYSIS OF TRAINING AND PLACEMNT REPORT 2017-18

NO  OF STUDENT APPEARED B.PHARMNO  OF STUDENT PASSED B.PHARMNO  OF STUDENT APPEARED M.PHARMNO  OF STUDENT PASSED M.PHARMNO OF STUDENT PLACED B.PHARMNO OF STUDENT PLACED M.PHARMPERCENTAGE OF PLACEMENT B.PHARMPERCENTAGE OF PLACEMENT M.PHARM
60561111360964%81%
NO OF STUDENT OPTED HIGHER STUDY B.PHARMNO OF STUDENT OPTED SELF EMPLOYMENT B.PHARM  TOTAL PERCENTAGE(PLACEMENT+HIGHER STUDY+ENTREPRENEURSHIP)NO OF STUDENT OPTED SELF EMPLOYMENT M.PHARMNO OF STUDENT QUQLIFIED GPATNO OF CAREER DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM CONDUCTEDNO OF IIPC ACTIVITIES CONDUCTEDNO OF ENTREPRENEURSHIP ACTIVITIES CONDUCTED
130596%0209080203

Annual placement report 2017-18

STATISTICAL ANALYSIS OF TRAINING AND PLACEMNT REPORT 2018-19

NO  OF STUDENT APPEARED B.PHARMNO  OF STUDENT PASSED B.PHARMNO  OF STUDENT APPEARED M.PHARMNO  OF STUDENT PASSED M.PHARMNO OF STUDENT PLACED B.PHARMNO OF STUDENT PLACED M.PHARMPERCENTAGE OF PLACEMENT B.PHARMPERCENTAGE OF PLACEMENT M.PHARM
63461009360878%80%
NO OF STUDENT OPTED HIGHER STUDY B.PHARMNO OF STUDENT OPTED SELF EMPLOYMENT B.PHARM  TOTAL PERCENTAGE(PLACEMENT+HIGHER STUDY+ENTREPRENEURSHIP)NO OF STUDENT OPTED SELF EMPLOYMENT M.PHARMNO OF STUDENT QUQLIFIED GPATNO OF CAREER DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM CONDUCTEDNO OF IIPC ACTIVITIES CONDUCTEDNO OF ENTREPRENEURSHIP ACTIVITIES CONDUCTED
140795%0207160302

Annual placement report 2018-19

WHY RECRUIT FROM GIPS-G?

Any organization’s true essence is new talent, and student stepping out of GIPS-G are competent, determined and eager to make mark in the industry. The skillsare crafted through practise and repetition. GIPS-G primary goal is to provide the best pharmaceutical education possible. It places a strong emphasis on gaining practical knowledge in order to accomplish this. The revised curricula and actively involved faculty members assist in shaping each and every candidate’s skill and prepare them to think strategically and analytically.

PLACEMENT BROCHURE

  1. Academic year 2018-19 (PDF file attached)
  2. Academic year 2019-20 (PDF file attached)
  3. Academic year 2020-21(PDF file attached)