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  1. WELCOMES Ms.SreeLakshmi A Training & Placement Officer

  2. TRAINING AND PLACEMENT CELL Aim: The Training and Placement cell of VBIT thrust on skills upgradation and focus on employability rather than employment. Vision:

  3. TRAINING PROGRAMMES • Employability Skills. • Personality Development. • Communication Skills: Spoken English and CASS(Communication and Soft skills) • Mock Tests in English,Aptitude and Technical subjects. • JKC Training. • Online Training Program from Globarena for 3rd & 4th year B.Tech students. • Technical Training. • GRE/TOEFL / CAT / GATE Training. • Guest Lectures/ Seminars.

  4. GRADUATE RECORD EXAMINATION (GRE) The GRE or Graduate Record Exam is required for admission to most U.S., Canadian, and UK graduate schools. Most Students attend graduate business school for pursuing a Master degree. In addition, GRE can also be used for admission to PhD program.

  5. Graduate record examination GRE is a computer based examination and is conducted worldwide by educational testing service (ETS). Graduate record examination GRE is a multiple choice test which tests a student’s verbal, mathematical and writing abilities for applicants to graduate schools.

  6. COURSE CONTENT • The GRE General Test measures verbal reasoning, quantitative reasoning, critical thinking and analytical writing skills that are not related to any specific field of study. • Analytical Writing - Measures critical thinking and analytical • writing skills, specifically the test taker’s ability to articulate • complex ideas clearly and effectively. • Verbal Reasoning - Measures reading comprehension skills • and verbal and analogical reasoning skills, focusing on the test • taker’s ability to analyze and evaluate written material. • Quantitative Reasoning - Measures problem – solving • ability, focusing on basic concepts of arithmetic, algebra, • geometry and data analysis.

  7. Dr. N. PrasannaLakshmi, M.A. (English), M.A. (Linguistics), M.Phil, Ph. D, PG Diploma in Teaching English, P G Diploma in Applied Linguistics. Professor of English, H&S Department ,VBIT.

  8. Effective Communication and Soft Skills Training Objectives of Soft Skills Training: • Develop effective communication skills (spoken and written) • Develop effective presentation skills. • Conduct effective business correspondence and prepare business • reports which produce results. • Become self - confident individuals by mastering inter-personal • skills, team management skills and leadership skills. • Enhance the efficiency and effectiveness of communication in varied • situations. • Become all-round personalities with a broad outlook to function • effectively indifferent environments. Personality growth through Soft Skills Training at VBIT is conducted in three modules: Module I - Effective communication Module II - Behavioral /Psychological skills Module III- Training in Group Discussion and Interview Skills

  9. Soft Skills Course Schedule Module I Effective Technical Communication Course(60hrs) S. No. Topic No.(of hrs) 1 Communication Skills 2 2. Current English Usage 2 3. Debates 3 4.Language Games 3 5.Listening Skills 4 6.Accent and Intonation 4 7.Situational dialogues 3 8.Presentation Skills 3 9.Essay writing 2 10. Business /Technical writing 6 a) Job Applications b) Report writing c) Corporate etiquette d)Telephone etiquette e)E-mail language/fax

  10. Module II Behavioral /Psychological Skills • S.No. TopicNo. Hrs • 11. Psychological tests:Aptitude and personalityassessment 2 • 12. Team building Skills 3 • 13.Time Management 3 • 14.Interpersonal skills 3 • 15. Leadership skills 3 • Module III Training in Group Discussion and Interview Skills • 16. Career growth and planning. 2 • 17. Overview of selection process 2 • 18. Effective resume writing 2 • 19. Group discussions: concepts and practice 4 • 20. Interview techniques: 4 • a).Effective Interview techniques • b).Mock Interviews • c).Stress interviews • d)Review and feed back

  11. Teaching Methods : • The Soft Skills Training include lectures,Projects, PPTs, Role –plays, Debates, Quizzes and various other • participatory interactive sessions. • Evaluation: • The Soft Skills Training Programme is credit course and the evaluation of the students takes place on a • continuous basis.

  12. Mr. Krishna Mohan Sharma, M.A.,(Ph.D) Associate Professor of English

  13. INTRODUCTION TO TOEFL What is the TOEFL? The TOEFL is a test designed to assess your level of English. It is taken by students who want to pursue higher education in an English speaking country. Almost every university in the US has a minimum TOEFL score that they require. Prestigious universities will only admit students who have a high TOEFL score. For how long is the TOEFL score valid? Your TOEFL score is valid for a period of two years. If you take your TOEFL test in July, 2011, your score will be in the official TOEFL database until July, 2013. Afterwards, they will delete your score. If you still have a copy of your original TOEFL score report, you should be able to ask universities if they will accept it. But most universities won’t accept a score report from you; they require a score sent directly from ETS, the agency that administers the TOEFL test. What is a good score on the TOEFL? The highest score on the paper based TOEFL test is 677. The highest score on the TOEFL iBT is 300. The score that you need depends upon the universities you want to get into. Prestigious universities require higher TOEFL scores. To find out the exact TOEFL requirements of each university, you will need to contact the university itself.

  14. Course Schedule The proposed course is planned for 30 sessions of 2hrs each. Following is the detailed schedule of the course spread over 60 hrs. Module 1: Introduction Introduce yourself & meet members of the class 1 hrs Getting familiar with the course contents& the TOEFL iBT 1 hrs Diagnostic tests 2 hrs Module 2: Reading Discussion Forum: Reading obstacles & strategies 2 hrs TOEFL Reading question types & how to answer 2 hrs Basic information and inference 2 hrs Reading to learn 2 hrs Reading practice 2 hrs Practice Tests 2 hrs

  15. Module 3: Listening Discussion Forum: Listening obstacles & strategies 1 hrs TOEFL Listening question types & how to answer 1 hrs Basic comprehension 2 hrs Pragmatic understanding 1 hrs Connecting information 1 hrs Listening practice 2 hrs Practice Tests 2 hrs Module 4: Speaking Discussion Forum: speaking obstacles & strategies 2 hrs Speaking task types & how to answer 2 hrs Independent speaking tasks 2 hrs Integrated speaking tasks 2 hrs How your speech is evaluated: Scoring rubric 2 hrs Speaking practice 2 hrs Practice Tests 2 hrs

  16. Module 5: Writing Discussion Forum: reading obstacles & strategies 2 hrs Writing task types & how to answer 2 hrs Integrated writing task 2 hrs Independent writing task 2 hrs How your essay is evaluated 2 hrs Writing practice 2 hrs Practice Tests 2 hrs Module 6: Review & Practice Test Discussion Forum: Review of class 2 hrs Final Exam: Practice test (Reading, Listening, Speaking, Writing) 2 hrs Course evaluation 2 hrs

  17. Mr. N.V.SubbaRao, M.A. (English), pursuing DELF A2 in French and also M.Sc (psychology)

  18. Spoken English - Launched last year - A set of more than 20 students from II year B.Tech were taken on an experimental basis and is proved to be highly successful with an exclusive methodology adopted. This made him a special teacher reading many hopeful hearts of learning English. With his background in studying students psychology. He moulds the student personality and counsels him to a better career options. His efforts in making an individual a good citizen of the country are exemplary.

  19. Class-wise syllabus for Basics for Effective Communication Skills Class No. Topic Activity 1. The importance of English : Self introduction, Greeting and introducing one (i) The spirit of English another. (ii) The secret of English 2. Be-forms : Describing persons, places and things & Role play. 3. Do –forms : JAM session. 4. Have-forms : Pair activity and Role-Play  5. Three kinds of questions : Enquiring about persons, places and things Pair activity 6.  Daily action : Reading news paper and role play 7. On-going action : Listening to the text and giving answers Pair activity 8. Just-completed action : Expressing actions completed just now slogan writing

  20. 9. Past action : Pair activity & Role play 10. Past action : Expressing memorable days, historical events 11. Past action : Role-play & pair activities 12. Past action : Describing weather 13. Future action : Role play -future plans 14. Future action : Pair activity 15. Future action : Role- play 16. Tips for pronunciation : Pair activity (stress and intonation) 17. The usage of can & could : Making request of different places Pair activity, Role-Play 18.  Will, would : Pair activity, Invitations 19.  Shall, should : Giving suggestions & Telephonic conversation

  21. 20. Must, have to : Pair activity, conversation at the bus stop.  21. May, Might : Reading comprehensation and writing answers 22. Conditionals : Listening to the text and writing notes 23. need, used to : Role-play 24. To +infinite : Pair activity 25. Adjective + to : Vocabulary games on antonyms and synonyms 26. Adjectives – ing forms and : Making railway announcements -ed forms 27. The usage of essential prepositions : Reading text skimming & scanning 28. Revision of actions : Role-play 29. Revision of model Verbs : Pair activity 30. Interview skills : Activity

  22. Mr. Ch. Ravi Shankar,M.Sc(IT), M.Tech(Assistant Professor) A hard core experience of 14 years comes from a corporate background of ICICI, he has 5 years of experience as an Industry Consultant for ABAP and for various software companies. His core area of 3 years experience with more than 300 batches for SAP. ABAP and 2 exclusive years of C and Java make his technical expertise greater and reach to good number of Technical aspirants towards guiding the projects. He also worked as a corporate trainer for CAPGEMINI and PRIYA foods for SAP. He has been associated with VBIT for more than 4 years and has been into academic teaching for the past 7 years 2 publications in pipe line.

  23. SESSION PLAN (JAVA) • 1. Java Basics - 5hrs 2. Working With Java • Data Types - 7hrs 3.  Create and manipulate strings - 10hrs 4.  Creating and Using Arrays - 8hrs 5.  Using Loop Constructs - 3hrs 6.   Working with Methods and Encapsulation - 10hrs     7.  Working with Inheritance - 7hrs 8.  Handling Exceptions - 10hrs • --------- • 60 hrs. • --------

  24. Mr.N.Vamshi Krishna • M.Tech (Assistant Professor) Working as an Assistant Professor in Department of Computer Science Engineering. He worked as a Software Engineer for 2 years in Infotech Enterprises Limited. He has 2 years of Teaching experience in this College. He have undertaken courses in various institutions. He has been guiding students technically to do various projects based on Java Technologies. He is currently pursuing M.Tech. in Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University.

  25. DAY-WISE COURSE CONTENTS • Module 1 : C Language Day 1 : Introduction and Getting Started with C Day 2 : Components of C Program Day 3 : Variables, Expressions and Operators Day 4 : Fundamentals of Input and Output Day 5 : Basic Program Control Statements Day 6 : Iterative Statements Day 7 : Functions - The Basics Day 8 : Functions and its details Day 9 : Exploring the C Functions Library Day 10 : Numeric Arrays Day 11 : Understanding Storage Classes Day 12 : Understanding Pointers Day 13 : Pointers - Beyond the Basics Day 14 : Pointers and Functions Day 15 : Characters and Strings Day 16 : String Manipulation Functions Day 17 : Dynamic Memory Allocation Day 18 : Structures Day 19 : Structures and Pointers, Unions Day 20 : Streams and Files

  26. Data Structures Day 21 : Data Structures – Introduction Day 22 : Searching Techniques Day 23 : Sorting Techniques Day 24 : Stack and its Applications Day 25 : Queue and its Applications Day 26 : Circular Queue Day 27 : Single Linked List Day 28 : Doubly Linked List Day 29 : Circular Linked List Day 30 : Introduction to trees and graphs C++ Day 31 : Basics of C++ Day 32 : Basic Input/Output Functions in C++ Day 33 : Control Structures Day 34 : Functions – Basics Day 35 : Function Overloading, Inline Functions Day 36 : Arrays and Pointers Day 37 : Basics of Object Oriented Programming Day 38 : Classes and Objects Day 39 : Overloading operator, Static members Day 40 : Friend Functions and Classes Day 41 : Inheritance Day 42 : Polymorphism Day 43 : Templates Day 44 : Namespaces Day 45 : Exceptions 15 Hours : PRACTICALS

  27. COURSE PLAN FOR C/C++ Total No. of Hours : 60 Lecture Hours : 45 C Language : 20 Data Structures : 10 C++ Basics : 15 Practical Sessions : 15

  28. Mr. PonnaBhaskar, M.Sc(Mathematics)., M.Phil. (Ph.D) He is having 14 years of teaching experience in Engineering College. He is also working as a corporate trainer for Wipro. His interest include training in Aptitude, Analytical Reasoning and teaching Mathematics to GATE aspirants. He plays a key role in training the students in the above said roles towards their placements.

  29. QUANTITATIVE SECTION • Quantitative Test students proficiency in arithmetic, algebra, geometry and data analysis. • The Quantitative section of the GRE General test measures student’s basic mathematical skills, understanding of elementary mathematical concepts and ability to reason quantitatively and solve quantitative problems.

  30. SESSION PLAN (GRE - QUANTITATIVE SECTION) ARTHEMATIC - 18 hrs. 2. ALGEBRA - 18 hrs. GEOMETRY - 10 hrs. 4. DATA ANALYSIS - 10 hrs. REVISION - 04 hrs. ----------- 60 hrs. -----------

  31. COMMON ADMISSION TEST • (CAT) • CAT - is all India national level test conducted by IIMs (Indian Institutes of Management) as entrance exam for admission to management programmes. Based on CAT percentile score, candidates are called for next stage of selection, rejection process which usually consists of Group Discussion, Essay and Personal Interview (GDPI). CAT is multiple-choice based test with penalties for wrong answers.

  32. CAT is a test with no predefined syllabus, however past trends suggest that CAT tests in general aptitude including Verbal Ability (english), Quant Ability (Mathematics), Logical Resoning (LR) and Data Interpretation (DI) skills.


  34. Ms.  A.SreeLakshmi, MA(Eng).,P.G Diploma in Applied Linguistics,,PG Diploma in Teaching English, PG Diploma  in English Language Teaching ,COP German,(Ph.D)(OU).,(Associate Professor)

  35. SESSION PLAN (ENGLISH) VOCABULARY BASED (SYNONYMS ANTONYMS) - 30 hrs. 2. ANALYTICAL WRITING - 16 hrs. READING COMPREHENSION - 08 hrs. 4. REVISION - 06 hrs. ----------- 60 hrs. -----------