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Placement

We measure our success by your success. Our on-campus Career Management Services (CMS) are dedicated to opening doors for you. Our past experience, strong faculty, alumni and senior executive participants and network with corporates will help achieve the best career opportunities for our students.

Aegis alumni are employed with companies like The Clinton Foundation, Uninor, Ernst & Young, Bharti - Airtel, Tata Communications, Reliance Communications, Vodafone, Idea, VSNL, GTL, 3D Network, Spanco Telecom, Nortel, Ericsson, Nokia, Cisco, Siemens, HSBC,Leadcap Ventures, Lucent, Avaya, Org Telecom, ZTE, Huawei, Nokia Siemens Networks, TCS, Wipro, Orange, HCL, etc.

Sample firms where Aegis students are employed

Most of the experienced candidates who join Aegis are looking to make some sort of transition, from the minor (say an upward move within their company) to the dramatic (a full-scale change of industry and position). More that 90% of full-time students at Aegis look for career change and our past recruitment results strongly endorse this fact.

Candidates moving for lateral placement typically gets 50% to 150 % salary hike.

Fresh engineers who join the Masters in Telecom Management to get the understanding of latest telecom technologies and management aspect, so they positions them self as true telecom management professionals in top telecom companies. They gain freedom to choose their career either in pure technology areas (mobile, enterprise networking, solutions architect, OSS/BSS consultant) or business areas (marketing, business development, HR,Project Coordinator, consulting) or techno management areas ( pre sales, telecom consultancy, telecom project management)

If you wish to speak to Aegis alumni or current students about their experiences, please email your request for their contact details to info@aegisedu.org

Placement Process:

  1. Develop cross functional competency: First two terms develop cross functional competency by giving equal emphasis on all the courses.
  2. Live consulting during the course work over three terms.
  3. Bring Focus: Last Term choose the area of your interest and better growth by picking right electives in consultation with faculty members, who have rich industry experience, and Career Management Center (CMS)
  4. Internship: Career Management Center (CMS) organize the two to three months internship in the chosen field with leading firms also interested to offer you full time  employment opportunity after fishing the internship.
  5. Final Job Offer: In 95% cases candidates joins the same firm where they have successfully completed their internship. In some cases if candidates do not like the job profile they opt out and CMS organize other employment opportunities for them.  

Aegis Career Internship Aims and Objectives:

While the terms work-study and internship are often used interchangeably, in a campus setting, they refer to a variety of programs with similar aims. The aim of Aegis’s career internship opportunities for students is to provide practical work experience that bridges the gap between the classroom and the world of work and articulates an understanding between theory and practice in the discipline. An internship experience allows students an opportunity to apply the knowledge, theories and skills acquired through their education. The internship program encourages students to develop professional skills in their chosen career field while providing the valuable work experience needed in an economically competitive world.

Specifically, those goals involve
• Improving the student’s understanding of the application and practicality of the theory and principals of his or her chosen discipline,
• Complementing the academic component of development through exposure to new topics in an external atmosphere,
• Exposing students to the realities of the employer-employee relationship and preparing for an effective post-graduation experience, and
• Encouraging the development and maturation of the student so as to achieve a more successful, rewarding and meaningful life.

Benefits to Employers:
Long- and short-term benefits of employer participation in campus internship programs include
• Building strong bonds and developing beneficial partnerships with the educational community,
• Establishing a direct opportunity for involvement in raising the standard of professionalism for the future workforce,
• Providing a valuable service to the community by increasing productivity and employability of graduates entering the workforce,
• Offering focused, disciplinary input in needs-assessment curricular pursuits seeking to better align programs with job-market demands, and
• Acquiring access to a highly motivated and skilled labor pool offering new and objective viewpoints and stimulate creative problem-solving.
Guidelines for Employers (based on established, best-practice approaches):
• Establish clear job descriptions for internship positions, including level of experience and education expected as well as degree focus requirements, if applicable.
• Examine the job description to determine whether the internship is a paid position or strictly a mentorship.
• Provide adequate supervision to support the interns in accomplishing disciplinary objectives. (Interns desire consistent feedback and mentoring.)

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Student Perspective
Vibha Yadav

"It changed my life!"

Vibha Yadav
PGP/MBA 2008-09
Head Operations
People & Organization
Mumbai Hub, Uninor
Former HR Manager,
Reliance Communication

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