Placements

The Career Advancement and Networking (CAN) office of Alliance University works year-round in building relationships and networking with industry professionals from across multiple sectors.

CAN is dedicated to advising students on career options and providing them with the latest information on industry internship and final placement opportunities. Apart from the facilitation services, CAN also arranges for trainings, industry interaction sessions, company visits, etc. The Career Advancement and Networking office of Alliance University provides 100% assistance for industry internships and final placements.

The Career Advancement and Networking office at Alliance University is an interface between industry practitioners and the student-body of Alliance University, facilitating both entities to make strategic hiring and career decisions. The office of the CAN has contacts and databases of thousands of companies and personnel working in various positions across industry sectors, with whom the office shares a mutually enriching relationship. Many organizations recruit students from Alliance University and visit the institute year-after-year seeking extremely well prepared, highly motivated, professional and dynamic young individuals to join them in varied roles and responsibilities in the context of a challenging environment.

The Career Advancement and Networking office constantly liaises with business and industry personnel to update prospective employers on Alliance University students’ competencies, availability, background and interests to secure a commitment for campus placements. Alliance University assists graduating students in securing positions in leading national and international enterprises.

  • Core
  • BFSI
  • Services
  • Technology
  • Consumables
  • International
Corporate Engagements

Alliance University strives to enhance industry connect through various engagements. One of them is industry partnerships for student and faculty development programs. the university enjoys strong engagement with industry partners. The partnership that gets forged between the university and the corporate is not just limited to campus placements and internships; but also facilitates the following activities for the university graduates.

Guest Lectures
Seminars
Workshops
In-plant training
Corporate Events
Industry Exposure Visits
Certificate programs
Live projects
Conferences and Conclaves

Collaborating Partners

Our partnership with ICT Academy plays an instrumental role in creating the next genera on talent pool by providing state-of-the-art, industry-relevant curriculum and international certifications.

  • VCA certification
  • Free software products for Training and Development
  • Vmware authorized courses for students and faculty
  • Salesforce certification courses
  • Supported through trainers and resource persons
  • Faculty development programs
  • Courses on Oracle 11g, Java etc.
  • Free Software access and online learning for teachers
  • Free access to Oracle Academy service
  • Courses and training programs on niche IT Technologies including Cloud Computing,
  • Big Data Analytics, Storage and Security
  • Free online resources
  • Courses and content resources on Digital Prototyping and Building Information
  • Modelling courses
  • Free Autodesk software
  • Trainers and resource persons
  • Access to AWS academy and AWS educate program
  • Resources and industry guidance
  • Faculty development programs

Curriculum Review Experts

Alliance University works closely with the industry to ensure that the curriculum stays contemporary. Senior industry leaders from some of the companies that are represented below comprise the Board of Studies of different academic units of the university ensuring that they meet at certain frequency to suggest revisions and update the academic curriculum so that students become industry-ready.

Networking

MBA - CLASS OF 2020 Marketing

  • Marketing (Mktg)
  • Finance (Fin)
  • Organizational Behaviour and Human Resources (OB & HR)
  • Operations Management (OM)
  • International Business (IB)
SpecializationsMktgFinOMOB & HRIBTotal
Students Number 132 99 30 22 4 287
Academic Background
Non-Engineering 87 83 11 18 4 203
Engineering 45 16 19 4 0 84
Work Experience
Freshers 110 85 29 21 4 249
<12 months="" strong=""> 9 7 16
1 to 2 Years 13 7 1 1 22
Gender Composition
Male 103 61 27 10 1 202
Female 29 38 3 12 3 85
Regional Diversity
South 56 54 16 15 3 144
North 42 17 9 4 72
East 21 20 3 3 47
West 13 8 2 1 24

B.TECH. - Class of 2020

  • Computer Science and Engineering (CSE)
  • Aerospace Engineering (AE)
  • Mechanical Engineering (ME)
  • Information Technology (IT)
  • Civil Engineering (CE)
  • Electronics and Communication Engineering (ECE)
  • Electrical and Electronics Engineering (EEE)
StreamsCSEAEMEITCEECEEEETotal
1 108 76 67 50 48 45 25 419
Gender Composition
Male 89 56 65 34 38 37 21 340
Female 19 20 2 16 10 8 4 79
Regional Diversity
South 73 58 61 34 40 39 21 326
North 21 11 6 7 3 4 52
West 6 3 3 1 1 14
East 7 1 5 4 1 1 19
International 1 3 1 1 2 8

Law - Class of 2020

ProgramsB.B.A. LL. B. (Hons.)B.A. LL. B. (Hons.)Total
Strength 133 119 252
Gender Composition
Male 70 63 133
Female 63 56 119
Regional Diversity
South 85 64 149
North 27 38 65
West 15 15 30
East 6 2 8

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