The employability integrated training modules start from the first semester onwards and include Aptitude, Verbal Ability, Technical, Soft skills and basic IT Programming Skills. During the pre-final and final years, all the schools and company specific training is conducted before the start of the campus recruitment drives. The Department of Common Core Curriculum at CMR University grooms students in multi-dimensional areas, thereby enabling them to effortlessly face the challenges of the corporate world and also become better human beings upon graduating from the campus.
Pleasing personality, team skills, decision making capability, ability to think on feet, presentation skills, analytical bent of mind, innovation, communication skills, and positive attitude are certain qualities which the trainers of Life Skills Institute develop among the students.
English Language communication is a part of the curriculum and is taught along with other core subjects. The content of the first year is based on basic communication skills with activities that help motivate students in improving communication and presentation skills whilst developing self-confidence.
During the second and third years, the programme focuses on quantitative and verbal aptitude. Mock interviews and group discussions are regularly conducted. The trainers enable all students of the university to crack the selection process of top companies that visit the university for campus recruitment.
The Training and Placement Centre provides assistance for students aspiring to crack different competitive examinations such as CAT, CMAT, and BANK PO exams. The pre-final and final year students are accorded extra grooming through special classes, and online tests.
An all comprehensive programme – soft skill aims at enhancing the personality of the students right from the first semester. The programme also aims to:
This programme imbibes the ability to apply basic concepts of mathematics coupled with analytical reasoning skills to solve problems. The programme is also aimed at:
The programme aims at equipping students with the ability to understand and reason out texts using concepts. Other objectives of the programme include:
At the end of the course students: