Placement Cell

T he Placement Cell of H.R. College is a Student Managed professional body, which is for the students, by the students and of the students. It acts as a liaison between the corporate sector and the young, aspirational students of our college. The Placement Cell strives to groom students for the industry while assisting them in getting varied and suitable job opportunities. The opportunities offered as quantitative as well as qualitative, in order to correctly fit the skills of the students.

The Placement Cell believes in a collaborative approach and therefore does not restrict the corporate engagement to only the third year, ready to graduate students. As a student body, we acknowledge the need for the ‘trial and error’ method for our students from the very first year. Conducting rigorous internship drives, irrespective of any factors, has been one of our strongest initiatives to give our students exactly what is required in their day and age.

Having modified the committee to the unfortunately challenging circumstances, the Placement Cell has very articulately provided internship opportunities virtually.

Some of the engagements of the Placement Cell activities include:

  • Summer Internship Season (April-June)
  • Articleship Season (July-August)
  • Winter Internship (October-November)
  • Articleship Season (January-March)
  • Final Placement Season (commences in September)
  • Ernst and Young Scholarship Program
  • Ernst and Young Certification course “CAFTA” – Certification in Applied Finance, Treasury and Analytics
  • Cargill Scholarship Program
  • Guest Lectures by corporates
  • HR Pulse Sessions: A Flagship Program of the Placement Cell grooming the students on life skills like Resume Writing, Interview Skills, Cracking the Group discussion and Networking for the future.
  • KPMG Pulse Session
  • HR Pulse Sessions
  • KPMG Ideation Challenge (KIC)
  • KPMG Campus Ambassador Programme
  • Webinars

The college strongly believes in exposing students to various sections of the society and encourages them to pursue at least one corporate internship as well as one NGO internship in the three years of their degree programme. The Corporates and the Students approach appreciate the Placement Cell, for its process driven approach.

The Placement Cell Team comprises of 30+ dedicated members diligently working under the guidance of Dr. Navin Mukesh Punjabi, Vice-Principal and Director of the Placement Cell. Together, they not only work towards providing that extra fuel to drive the career choices of the students but also assist them in choosing the perfect role that suits them the best at the corporate level through on-campus job opportunities.

"The ultimate aim of any degree should be application of knowledge to solve real life problems and the Placement Cell strives hard to make students realize their true potential, be it taking up a job or starting a new venture. We strongly believe in empowering students to decide what they want to do in their careers by giving them the right platform to explore, grow, and achieve what they want to do in life. We echo the vision of Placement Cell ‘Linking campus to careers.’ “We strongly orient our students to take up a job role, if they feel they will be able to do justice to it and spend reasonable time in that role, where they not only get to learn but also contribute to the organization they join and make a name for themselves,” says Dr. Navin Mukesh Punjabi, Vice-Principal and Director Placements.

Corporate connect: [email protected]

Student Joint Chairpersons:
Niyomi Shah- 7021153324
Muskaan Sachdeva- 7390093111

To recruit from H.R. College, reach out to the Student Joint Chairpersons from Monday to Friday between 4:00 pm to 6:00 pm or mail us on [email protected]

Tel: 022-22042195 Ext.: 124

In case a student of the college has, any query please e-mail on: [email protected]

We appreciate and acknowledge the inquiries about assistance from other colleges. Nonetheless, the Placement Cell only caters to the students of H.R. College of Commerce and Economics.