Future Center helps students lay a clear road map to their future. Students from the onset of their journey at KCT are taken through a carefully engineered process of preparation for a smooth take off after their education in college. This pathway gives them a leverage of time to choose their cup of tea. In summary the programmes in this unique process aim at imparting the right tools and techniques to strengthen their capabilities in three core areas; self-awareness, clarity, and employability. Underpinning these capabilities empower them to create new opportunities of their own, utilize the existing ones, accelerate their growth and reach newer heights of success. To name a few there are programmes on career guidance that are directed towards creating opportunities to students to become acquainted to a wide range of occupational and educational opportunities, programmes on soft skills development that are designed to help them develop a cutting-edge personality.

The Office of Career Development helps students lay a clear road map to their future. Students from the onset of their journey at KCT are taken through a carefully engineered process of preparation for a smooth take off after their education in college. This pathway gives them a leverage of time to choose their cup of tea. In summary the programmes in this unique process aim at imparting the right tools and techniques to strengthen their capabilities in three core areas; self-awareness, clarity, and employability.

Underpinning these capabilities empower them to create new opportunities of their own, utilize the existing ones, accelerate their growth and reach newer heights of success. To name a few there are programmes on career guidance that are directed towards creating opportunities to students to become acquainted to a wide range of occupational and educational opportunities, programmes on soft skills development that are designed to help them develop a cutting-edge personality.

Placement and Training: Job placements of 2019 :
287 Companies recruited students | 38% CORE companies
28% Product Development companies | 05% IT services | 29% Management Companies

Student Future

Placement and Training: Job placements of 2019

108

Core
Companies

79

Product
Based Companies

19

Management
Firms

14

Service Based
Companies

The Office of Career Development helps students lay a clear road map to their future. Students from the onset of their journey at KCT are taken through a carefully engineered process of preparation for a smooth take off after their education in college. This pathway gives them a leverage of time to choose their cup of tea. In summary the programmes in this unique process aim at imparting the right tools and techniques to strengthen their capabilities in three core areas; self-awareness, clarity, and employability.

Underpinning these capabilities empower them to create new opportunities of their own, utilize the existing ones, accelerate their growth and reach newer heights of success. To name a few there are programmes on career guidance that are directed towards creating opportunities to students to become acquainted to a wide range of occupational and educational opportunities, programmes on soft skills development that are designed to help them develop a cutting-edge personality.

287

Companies recruited
students

38%

CORE
companies

28%

Product Development
companies

05%

IT services
companies

29%

Management
companies

Pathway to a Promising Career

The Office of Career Development helps students lay a clear road map to their future. Students from the onset of their journey at KCT are taken through a carefully engineered process of preparation for a smooth take off after their education in college. This pathway gives them a leverage of time to choose their cup of tea. In summary the programmes in this unique process aim at imparting the right tools and techniques to strengthen their capabilities in three core areas; self-awareness, clarity, and employability. Underpinning these capabilities empower them to create new opportunities of their own, utilize the existing ones, accelerate their growth and reach newer heights of success. To name a few there are programmes on career guidance that are directed towards creating opportunities to students to become acquainted to a wide range of occupational and educational opportunities, programmes on soft skills development that are designed to help them develop a cutting-edge personality. Students explore the pathway to their future in over two phases, broadly.

Preparation Phase

Students in this phase are equipped with soft and technical skills of fundamental importance expected of a graduate in engineering, technology, and management.

Students of I year are trained in Fundamentals of Communicative English for a flair and command over the English language for a professional context. To achieve the same, two courses in English are offered in the I and II Semester. These courses ensure the effective use of the language in everyday professional tasks.

Students of II year are sown with the seeds of superior capabilities that will speak of their personality. This is achieved through outbound trainings. The trainings prepare them to step off their comfort, rise up to the occasion, teach them to have multiple perspectives, the art of spontaneity, assertiveness, flexibility, creativity, and still carry the values that define the core of human existence, like compassion, empathy and gratitude. The beauty of this human engineering training is that they become the go-getters, come what may .

Students of III year, with the spadework in place, go for in-plant trainings in industries to get exposed to engineering and technology in action. They also, either in groups or individually do engineering and technology projects of a lighter quantum called minor projects. Most of these minor projects are extended researches of a previously done research by the senior students.

Students of IV year consider this year a momentous period of study with their involvement in industrial projects, software and hardware. They work in need based projects that are specified by various industries. They gain a substantial amount of engineering knowledge through this opportunity. They also intern with companies that are well versed. KCT has nurtured association with companies and industries that opens an arena of choices to students for internships. Students who exhibit excellence during internships are recruited into the companies after successful completion of their degree. The exposure and hands-on experience gained at the work floors add value to the students’ profile.

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Take off Phase

Students during the course of their III and IV year start making a choice of what next after the college education. To support a good decision making, the college offers a set of well organized avenues ensuring each student a spring board. We call this the take off phase. For those students who want to start their career as a professional in industries, corporates, and companies right after their college education, KCT offers a competent spread of opportunities through its placement services.

There are two types of placement trainings that fine tunes the students’ technical and people skills to suit the industrial and corporate work. This is a final touch to all the shaping up that has been happening from year I. Adding to this students are trained on aptitude, vocabulary, and other elements to meet the standards.

Contact

Head : Training & Placements

Dr. K. Senthamaraikannan

[email protected]

+91 98422 66029 / 94437 63666

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Entreprenueurship

KCT is known among students as a place where the entrepreneurial side of theirs is tapped and ideas are welcomed with open hands. The Forge in KCT is where the ideas of aspiring student entrepreneurs are incubated and launched. KCT’s enterprising student entrepreneurs have ventured into various initiatives, which includes Namma Cafe, an eating joint where around 2000 students and faculty visit every day, Nigal, the video club that does video production and media coverage for various social events and in-house projects. Studio KCT, the official photography club of KCT, is the path to ponder into photography and Oli Padi, a start-up that meets the reprographic needs inside the campus. Munch Box, is a cafe run by KCT Business School students.

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Complying with the growing need and demand among the engineering graduates to be proficient in foreign languages, Foreign Language Centre has been established inside the campus to train the learners in the most desired foreign languages such as German, French and Japanese. The well-trained and experienced language trainers ensure that the language learning is an enjoyable and rewarding experience and the increase in the enrolment of students to pursue foreign language courses year after year stands testament to the expertise of the faculty members and the exceptional learning resources.

Number of Languages: 3 | Number of Batches: 12 | Number of Students: 152

Kumaraguru Civil Services Academy trains aspiring students to serve the nation as civil servants after their graduation. Kumaraguru Civil Service Academy with its partnership with Shankar IAS Academy offers the Foundation course for an year and the Immersion course spanning two years which includes Preliminary, Mains and Optional Subjects. The finest of the staffs and a well framed route map, mentoring, tests, sessions with civil servants, policy makers, diplomats guarantees the aspirants to achieve their aspirants goal. While the students do their undergraduate or post graduate degree at Kumaraguru College of Technology, Kumaraguru College of Liberal Arts & Science and Kumaraguru College of Agriculture they can also complete their Civil Service Preparation and be exam ready!

The international programmes at KCT are aimed at broadening the scope of education, creating opportunities for higher education and research and enhancing the career potentials of students. Working with partners in North America, Europe, Asia, Africa and Australia, KCT offers the following programmes:

  • Short term academic Programmes in partner universities in the USA, Europe and Asia
  • Summer Programmes, Study Abroad Programmes, Twinning Programmes and Internships in partner institutions around the world
  • Exchange Programmes for KCT and partner university students
  • Exchange and sabbatical Programmes for faculty and visiting scholars associated with Fulbright and other international Programmes
  • Engineering Projects in Community Service (EPICS) with IEEE and Purdue University, USA
  • Institutional / Industry Partner Programmes in Africa and the Middle East
  • Global Engineering and Management Academy Programmes with partners in the USA, Canada, UK, Malaysia, Australia and China