K.R. Mangalam University strives to make its students industry-ready through rigorous academic curriculum and campus placements.

The ‘Campus to Corporate Connect’ is an initiative to build a sustainable and mutually beneficial relationship with esteemed corporates and institutions across industries. Campus to Corporate Connect develops a win-win situation where the university helps students grab job opportunities in the leading companies and corporates get the chance to select from a rich pool of talented students.

Regular and new recruiters from varied sectors connect to KRMU’s Campus Recruitment Process every year. Apart from campus placement, the university engages actively with the corporate world through a myriad of avenues such as The Corporate Talk Series, Guest Lectures, Internships, Live Projects, Case-Study Competitions, etc.

Director - Placements

Career Counselling

KR Mangalam University helps students unleash their potential and identify their dream careers through its unbiased counselling approach. The dynamic placement and training team delivers quintessential skills and guidance to the students. The university has tied up with pioneer corporate names which navigate the budding professionals to the success path. KRMU organises HR conclaves and symposiums frequently, enabling the graduates to interact with industry experts and gain insights to make an informed decision about their professional career. At KRMU, the students enhance professional communication skills such as resume writing, workplace etiquettes, stress management skills, and more required to become an eligible professional.

  • HR Conclave 1

    Insights into the HR Conclave on Innovative HR practice in Digital World

  • HR Conclave 2

    Insights into the second HR Conclave organised by KRMU’s placement cell

Corporate Connect

Leading corporates partnered with KRMU

At K.R. Mangalam University, we emphasise building strong connections between students and the corporate world from an early stage. The association allow students to seek academic and career guidance from industry genius and unveil training and job opportunities after graduation.


The University has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with renowned companies and institutions in diverse sectors to increase industry exposure. This helps the learners apply their practical skills to resolve real-life problems in all aspects.


As a part of the Project-Based Learning (PBL) pedagogy, students complete their research projects and apply their innovative solutions to fix industry-specific problems. The practice ensures project relevance while enabling students to identify the existing and potential requirements of the industry.

Corporate Life

Students undergo in-house training in corporate houses to understand the company hierarchy and office discipline. Graduates acquire hands-on experience of job responsibilities under the supervision of their mentors. The prime objective of the training is to make students industry-ready with apt theoretical and technical skills.

Placement Policy

Corporate Resource Centre at KRMU often executes essential placement activities to generate ample placement opportunities for the students. Apart from inviting corporate recruiters to the campus, the Centre dedicatedly hosts several counselling and training programmes to embed academic excellence in the graduates. These programmes equip students with the essential skills required to land lucrative careers. Prominent companies and HR agencies visit the KRMU campus every year to offer jobs with attractive packages to young talents.

Policy Highlights
  • 1Recruitment through the Corporate Resource Centre will be procured for students of KRMU only.
  • 2Students interested in campus placement should register with the Centre as soon as they reach the final year of their program.
  • 3The placement process would commence in September every year.
  • 4Orientation and Policy talk for the registered students would be organized at the beginning of every academic session to provide an insight into the guidelines and policies of the CRC and introduce the placement team.
  • 5The placement process would involve
    • Personal interaction with the placement team
    • Apprising students about the standard resume format
    • Training students to face the recruitment process by holding group discussions and conducting mock interviews
    • Visit of employers for recruitment

The Recruitment Process

The registered students will get informed about the recruiter visit as and when their schedule gets fixed through email/university website.

Students should study the company profile online and decide if they are interested in participating in a particular recruitment process. If so, they need to apply online to the Centre for inclusion.

Students, who once register for a particular company, must present themselves on the day of the visit, failing to which they may get blacklisted for the next two recruitments

The recruitment process of any company usually involves

  • Pre-placement talk
  • Written-test
  • Interview
  • Group discussion

Students who come to attend the recruitment and decide to sit for the written test after the Pre-placement talk must continue with the complete procedure unless they get eliminated at some stage. Defaulters will not be allowed to apply for any of the forth-coming recruitments.


Securing at least one job for every student will always remain a priority for the centre, therefore some restrictions have been proposed. They are as under

  • 1 Students who have already been selected by two employers will have to wait to appear for more recruitment processes till most of their batch mates get a fair chance. The Head of the CRC, however, is authorized to use discretion in some cases.
  • 2 In this regard, a student would be considered selected if his/her name features in the final list of successful candidates. In case it features on the waiting list, he/she will be allowed to apply and appear for the recruitment of other companies.
  • 3 Students getting an offer letter from two or more recruiters will have to decide upon one before completing their programme and inform the others accordingly through the Resource centre.

This policy is subject to changes at any stage at the discretion of the CRC/Institute’s authorities. The changes made will be notified to all concerned

Points to remember on the day of the visit of recruiters
  • 1 Students must come smartly dressed in complete college uniform (coat/blazer is optional).
  • 2 Candidates must reach the venue at least half an hour before the scheduled time for the PPT. They are advised to adhere to the timings through the process also and be present at the venue punctually before the scheduled time for each of the rest of the stages.
  • 3 No student shall be allowed to enter the venue if he/she is late by more than 10 minutes for the Pre-Placement Talk and in such a case he/she will be considered absent.
  • 4 For any Recruitment Process, candidates must carry
    • University identity card.
    • 2 copies of Curriculum Vitae.
    • 2 passport size photographs.
  • 5 Students should be properly equipped with enough stationery, a writing board, HB pencil, pen, eraser and stapler, etc. (The cell will not provide these items)
Employability enhancement

The Placement Cell designs Employability Enhancement Programmes to bridge the gap between the industry requirements and the academic skills of the students. The Cell is committed to developing the desired professional personality of students with constant guidance and practical activities. The university thrust upon a myriad of activities to improve students’ fundamental language skills such as listening, speaking, reading, and writing. Mentors closely monitor the graduates’ academic progress and keep sharing constructive feedback, helping them transform into eligible professionals.

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