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HOW TO BUILD GAP BETWEEN COMPANY AND COLLEGE CAMPUS

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Campus vs corporate

  1. 1. 1 Campus to Corporate Flow chart Topic Session Activity Content Duration Time Break up Campus to Corporate Session 1 Ice breaker Introducing some one from the batch who 4 hours 30 mins Activity 1 Dividing the batch into a group of 3 and asking them to brain storm on various skill sets required at different hierarchy levels in an organization. 1 hour Campus to Corporate Giving the students an idea about how objectives, aims, goals, attitude, behaviour, values, perception, grooming etc change as they change into the corporate world. 1hour Activity 2 One of the trainees is given the task to conduct an Induction Programme for the new joinees. Stating the company's mission statement, culture, policies, code of conduct etc. The participants can ask him / her any relevant question in this context. 1 hour Summary and feedback Summarizing the training and giving the candidates feedback on the programme. 30 mins
  2. 2. 2 Campus to corporate: The session lasts for 4 hours which includes the following: 1. Ice breaker 2. Activity no.1 3. Campus to corporate 4. Activity no. 2 5. Summary and Feedback Ice breaker: The entire batch participates in this activity. One trainee has to introduce another trainee who he or she is not familiar / friends with based on pointers like: name, family background, hobbies, educational qualification and one unique thing about the fellow participant. A generic observation that will be derived is that some trainees may be hesitant to speak, not very confident, conscious about themselves / their appearance, mind set that disagrees to accept anything other than education etc. This activity not only helps in making the trainees comfortable in a new environment (here the work place) but also while asking any queries related to the session. Activity time: 30 mins Activity no 1: In this activity, the batch is divided into smaller groups of 3 or 4 members depending on the size of the batch. Each group is then asked to brain storm about various skill sets required at different hierarchy pertaining to their industry. This is followed by a discussion about what skill sets have the trainees come up with. This activity helps in breaking the mind set of students about the corporate environment and explains the difference between it and their college life. Activity time: 1 hour
  3. 3. 3 Campus to Corporate: This part of the training consists of the trainer speaking to the batch about how the aims and objectives, attitude, behavior and manners, values, skills etc change for the trainees as they shift from their student life into the corporate world. The session begins with the trainer sharing his / her personal experience with the candidates about his / her college life, change noticed in the corporate world etc. This makes it easy for the trainees to relate to what the trainer says since they are also moving out of the protective campus environment into the corporate world. The trainer asks questions like: How the trainees behaved in college? What did they give more priority to? How did they write e mails? What are the skills they required in college? Were ethics given more priority during college days? How was their performance graded in college? The trainer then speaks on how different is the corporate world, how are you expected to behave in the corporate environment, what are the skills required at work etc. T Performance A mark sheet that evaluated them in college. Activity time: 1 hour Campus Corporate Objective Excel and acquire a degree with high percentage Seek a long time career by building strong relation with the organization align with the Perform consistently and meet targets Focus on self development Focus on group dynamics along with individual development Team centric approach
  4. 4. 4 Attitude Casual approach Disciplined approach towards self and organization Behavior /Manner of conduct No stringent guidelines Adherence and compliance to company policies, following protocol, cultivate effective interpersonal skills Skills Domain skills & academic knowledge is acquired Domain knowledge is implemented. Business skills and effective communication skills are essential Values Ethics & Integrity Not taken too seriously Of the utmost importance Flexibility/Adaptability Not an essential factor Stretching yourself beyond the call of duty, Team-dynamics Punctuality Not an essential factor Is reinforced Ownership and Responsibility Is restricted to personal growth Is the life-line of an organization Performance Indicators Quantitative (Marks in the examinations) Though it may appear quantitative, it is subjective. Hence, perception management is crucial. Other Factors:-
  5. 5. 5 Etiquette Not important Helps in impression management Channel of communication Informal Formal Interpersonal relations Not as important Loose talk and grapevine is common on campus Building good relationships is imperative in the corporate Grapevine is discouraged in the corporate Perception management Not taken too seriously An individual has to be aware of what his/her perceive about him and her Awareness about the recent trends Domain centric awareness is not an essential factor Domain centric awareness is necessary Grooming Informal Well-groomed Mock Induction Program: In this module one of the trainees is asked to prepare an Induction Program as per MNC T P policies, code of conduct, rules and regulation, company history etc. The other participants can ask him / her any relevant questions in the same context. This gives the candidates an idea of what they will be facing during the first day(s) at work, what sort of questions they can ask the inductor, what they can expect from the company. It also eliminates any surprise elements or some policies new joinees would not be aware about. Activity time: 30 mins- preparation time and 30 mins presentation.
  6. 6. 6 Summary and Feedback: The o performance, their area of improvement, any queries the candidates have with regards to any of the modules covered through the day. Activity time: 30 mins

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