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Anbalagan Heroji
Head of the Dept.
SIT is the first institution among the affiliated colleges of the Visvesvaraya Technological University to establish a full-fledged Training and Placement Department with a senior professor, experienced in industry, as its head. The department is responsible for catering to the following needs of students.
The department contacts industries and invites them for campus recruitments.
Guest house accommodation, local hospitality and other infrastructural facilities are provided to the industries to effectively and efficiently conduct campus selection programmes. During the last three years, the department has been successful in getting a number of industries to visit SIT for campus recruitment. These include Infosys, IBM, Wipro Technologies, Wipro Infotech, Wipro Fluid Power, TCS, BPL Telecom, BPL Innovision, MascotSystems, IT Solutions, BFL Software, Trigent Software, Bharti Telesoft, Netkraft, Sonata Software, E-Capital, Philips Software, Robert Bosch, CMC Ltd., BEL, Future Techno Designs, Mistral Software, TVS Group, Maini Group, TAFE, Birla VXL, Mysore Cements, Mysore Paper Mills, Mysore Petrochemicals, Kalyani Group, Triveni Engineering, Mangalore Chemicals & Fertilisers, Karmobiles, Grasim Industries, etc. A large number of students are getting placed in the industry through campus recruitment.
Mission
To train students in personality development, industrial orietation and thus, help them get placed in reputed industries.
Short Range Goals
  • Contacting the industries and inviting them for campus interviews
  • Helping the students to face the challenges of the selection process by conducting periodic general aptitude tests, technical aptitude tests, group discussions, mock interviews etc., and making them generally aware of the industrial scenario, their role as engineers, etc.
  • Effectively carrying out institute-industry-interaction in terms of mutual contacts, exchange of information & ideas, arranging visits and technical talks from industrial experts, etc.
  • Arranging vocational training to students in suitable industries depending on their aptitudes and skills.
  • Assisting the departments in arranging project works for students in reputed industries so that the students get hands-on experience in solving industrial problems.
Long Range Goals
  • To emerge as a leader in placement where multinationals vie with each other to recruit students of SIT
  • To build a leading HR centre to hone the skills of students in industriousness, integrity, communication, analytical ability, industrial awareness and help them to be global players in IT and related industries
  • To proactively interact with industries and seek their co-operation in vocational training and project work for students, as well as, be active players in the overall improvement of academic ambience
Placement Related activity contact us:
  • Email: sittumkur.placement@gmail.com
  • Phone : 0816-2284290
Training Related activity contact us:
  • Email: sittumkur.training@gmail.com
  • Phone : 0816-2284290
Training: The department organizes the following professional development and placement related training programmes every year for all the students in ODD and EVEN semesters.
I / II SEMESTER:  Communicative English
  • From the academic year 2011-12, Communicative English has been introduced in the curriculum as a mandatory subject. The syllabus of communication English for I / II semester students is thoroughly revised and tuned to the present day business requirements. The course content consists of 2 parts namely, Class room lectures of 42 hours and Lab component of 28 hours of self study with online course, Cambridge ESOL developed by Cambridge University is made available to all students. It is a mandatory subject with no credits and students have to pass in the subject.
II SEMESTER:  Feel Employable Programm
  • A three-day orientation programme focusing on oral and written communication, public speaking, group discussion, building self esteem, mind skill development, biodata preparation, comprehension using effective criticism, application writing and team building.
V SEMESTER:   Training Programme on Soft-skills
  • o A six day programme focusing on training students in soft-skills such as interpersonal skills, leadership skills, time management, business etiquette, psychological team building skills, group discussion and personal interview skills.
VI SEMESTER:  Training Programme on Aptitude Related Analytical Skills
  • From the academic year 2010-11, Aptitude Related Analytical Skills has been made a mandatory subject. The expert trainer groups are conducting these classes as per the prescribed syllabus. It is a 36 hours programme focusing on training students in solving logical, quantitative reasoning, general and technical aptitude tests based on companies' requirement. Internal assessment tests and examinations are also conducted.
Industrial Comptency Laboratory (ICL)
  • ICL was established in the year 2002. Since then there has been an ongoing effort to create and impart skills to reorient the students in software development and Industry methodologies. Simultaneously it also aims at providing an inclustrial environment in the academic institutions by imparting competencies and best practices relevent to the industry. Thus, it is an overall endeavor to empower students to be productive from the beginning of their career.
Students Placed at Campus
Branchwise
Branch Year-2016 Year-2017
  Students Eligibile Placement Offers % Students Eligibile Placement Offers %
Computer Science 147 194* 131% 125 136* 109%
Information Science 46 57* 123% 53 46 87%
Electronics & Commn. 144 142 98% 125 120 96%
Telecommunication 54 39 72% 48 27 56%
Instruementation 49 43 88% 57 37 65%
Electrical & Electronics 60 42 70% 57 37 65%
Mechanical Engineering 146 107 73% 209 127 68%
Industrial Engineering 33 21 63% 44 30 68%
Chemical Engineering 37 23 62% 42 42* 100%
Bio-Technology Engineering 16 12 75% 14 12 86%
Other Graduates 196 80 64% 170 37 23%
* Mulitiple Offers 82% 69%
Companies Recruiting our students
Companies Visited 2016-2017
  1. SHRIRAM GROUPS
  2. LIVEON BIOLABS PVT LTD
  3. AT AND S INDIA PRIVATE LIMITED
  4. BHARAT ELECTRONICS LTD.
  5. PJ MARGO PVT. LTD.
  6. SUN ELECTRIC
  7. SUBEX SYSTEMS PVT. LTD.
  8. TVS MOTOR CO. LTD.
  9. TEXTRON INDIA PRIVATE LIMITED
  10. YOKOGAWA INDIA LTD.
  11. ORACLE PGBU GROUP
  12. HIND HIGH VACUUM CO.PVT.LTD
  13. INFORMATICA
  14. ZSCALER SOFTECH INDIA PVT LTD.
  15. PATHPARTNER TECHNOLOGY CONSULTING PVT LTD
  16. BOSCH LIMITED
  17. JP MORGAN CHASE & CO
  18. GODREJ AGROVET LIMITED
  19. MISYS SOFTWARE SOLUTIONS(INDIA) PVT LTD.
  20. MINJAR CLOUD SOLUTIONS
  21. QUEST GLOBAL
  22. YODLEE
  23. ORACLE CLOUD SERVICES
  24. BHARAT FORGE LTD.
  25. NETCRACKER TECHNOLOGY INDIA PRIVATE LIMITED
  26. INCTURE TECHNOLOGIES
  27. SUBEX SYSTEMS PVT. LTD.
  28. TATA CONSULTANCY SERVICES
  29. IBM GLOBAL SERVICES INDIA PVT LTD.
  30. EMPHASIS ITO DIVISION
  31. CGI INFORMATION SYSTEMS
  32. TRIANZ HOLDINGS PVT LTD
  33. MUSIGMA BUSINESS SOLUTIONS PVT LTD.
  34. BRILLIO TECHNOLOGIES
  35. COREEL TECHNOLOGIES
  36. INDIAN NAVY
  37. INSZOOM DOT COM
  38. SLR TRANSPORT TRNG INSTITUTE & CONSULTANCY P LTD.
  39. ARCADIS CONSULTING INDIA (GEC)
  40. INFRA SUPPORT ENGINEERING CONSULTANTS PVT. LTD.
  41. FOSROC CHEMICALS INDIA PVT LTD
  42. INSZOOM DOT COM
  43. SONY INDIA SOFTWARE CENTRE
  44. SIEMENS LTD.
  45. GREAT WEST GLOBAL BUSINESS SERVICES INDIA PVT LTD
  46. Y MEDIA LABS
  47. ALLSTATE INDIA
  48. SOCIETE GENERALE
  49. ERNST AND YOUNG
  50. AKAMAI TECHNOLOGIES
  51. EASI TECHNOLOGIES
  52. HEWLETT PACKARD ENTERPRISE
  53. ATKINS GLOBAL
  54. IMPACT ANALYTICS INDIA PRIVATE LIMITED
  55. ACCORD SOFTWARE SYSTEMS PVT LTD
  56. CONTINENTAL AUTOMOTIVE COMPONENTS I PVT LTD
  57. AMAZON INDIA
  58. SONATA SOFTWARE LTD.
  59. HEIDELBERG CEMENTS LTD.
  60. OTIS ELEVATOR COMPANY INDIA LTD
  61. SAN ENGINEERING N LOCOMOTIVT CO LTD
  62. SILVERPEAK GBLOBAL PVT LTD.
  63. TVS MOTOR CO. LTD.
  64. SAP LABS INDIA PVT. LTD
  65. BERGER PAINTS
  66. ITSY BITSY PVT LTD
  67. VEE TECHNOLOGIES
  68. SPERIDIAN TECHNOLOGIES
  69. VIT INFOTECH
  70. BHARAT ELECTRONICS LTD.
  71. NATIONAL PAYMENTS CORPORATION OF INDIA
  72. L&T TECHNOLOGY SERVICES
  73. FIRST AMERICAN (INDIA)
Head of the Department
Name: Anbalagan Heroji
Designation: Head of the Department
Email: anbuh@sit.ac.in, sittumkur.placement@gmail.com
ContactNo: +91 816 2284290 ,(Mob)9052061222
Qualification: M.Tech.(Pursuing Ph.D.)

Name: Chowdari K. K
Designation: Assistant Placement Officer
Email: chowdarikk@sit.ac.in
ContactNo: +91 7795118764
Qualification: M.Tech, (Pursuing Ph.D.)

Name: B S Geetha
Designation: Stenographer
Email: geetha.krishna@gmail.com
ContactNo: +91 816 2284290
Qualification: B.Com.
Industrial Competency Lab
Name: G V Suresh
Designation: Senior Project Manager
Email: gavisuresh@yahoo.com
ContactNo: +91 9845415189
Qualification: B.E.
Area of Interest / Specialisation: J2EE, RDBMS, ORM, Ajax, Dojo, jQuery, Web Services, Spring3.0, AngularJS,Android application development.

Name: H M Gurubasavaraj
Designation: Senior Project Manager
Email: javguru@yahoo.com
ContactNo: +91 9844386902
Qualification: M.Sc., B.Ed.
Area of Interest / Specialisation: J2EE, RDBMS, ORM, Ajax, Dojo, jQuery, Web Services, Spring3.0, AngularJS,Android application development.

Name: Mahesh H C
Designation: Peon
Qualification: P.U.C

Name: Shivakumara Swamy
Designation: Attender
ContactNo: +91 9164735759
Qualification: -
 
Introduction
Engineering is an applied science. What is learnt in schools and colleges is applied in industry, but there is always a gap between learning and practice, as industrial practices require some additional inputs. To help students acquire these additional competencies and skills, Siddaganga Institute of Technology, Tumkur rightly thought of establishing an Industrial Competency Laboratory (ICL), a unique and distinct facility for imparting quality technical education.
About the ICL
ICL was established in the year 2002. Since then there has been an ongoing effort to create and impart skills to reorient the students in software development and Industry methodologies. Simultaneously it also aims at providing an industrial environment in the academic institutions by imparting competencies and best practices relevent to the industry. Thus, it is an overall endeavor to empower students to be productive from the beginning of their career.
Aims and objectives of ICL
  • Adoption of software development life cycle.
  • Adoption of best practices and industry standards.
  • Estimated and scheduled projects.
  • Building customer awareness.
  • Emphasis on system architectures, designs and documents.
  • Identifying and driving in house projects.
  • Identifying projects spanning over different domains.
  • Usage of current technologies and tools.
  • Review process.
  • Monitor student activities.
Course content
The course content consists of system analysis and design, knowledge of basic system and application software, tools for development of applications and their utilities in various situations oriented to fulfill the needs of the client. It contains:
  • OOP Concepts
  • RDBMS Concepts
  • Software Engineering
  • Web Design
  • J2EE
  • Java Scripts
  • Struts Framework
  • Spring Framework
  • Hibernate
  • ORM
  • Dojo, JQuery, JSON
  • Web Services (SOAP and REST)
  • AngularJS
Course Duration and Criteria
The Students are normally drawn from computer Science, MCA, Information Science and Engineering, Electronics and Comminication Engineering, Electrical and Electronics and Instrumentation Technology branches. However, students from other branches and streams are also admitted (preferably) with strong computer knowledge). The basic knowledge of C or C++ or Java or VB and VC++ would be necessary.
The students who have obtained a minimum of 60% in aggregate from all semesters are eligible for admission at the end of VI Semester (BE) and IV (MCA), so that, at the completion of their course, they will be empowered with skills to get suitably placed.
The course duration is one year with inputs ranging from 230-250 hours. The first six months of 200 hours, constitute basic training in tools, project orientation and system development. The next six months with 350 hours of enhanced training, is, meant for project development, its execution and successful implemenation.
Infrastructure and Facilities
ICL is adequately equipped with aims and objectives to fulfill and satisfactorilly carry out the training activities as per the aims and objectives mentioned above.
Hardware
  • IBM Server with Local Area Network facility
  • P4 - Intel with 2GB RAM - 36 Nos
  • 30 MBPS Leased line for the entire campus
  • Printer
  • UPS 5KVA - 3Nos
Software
  • Oracle 11g, IBM DB2, MYSQL
  • IBM Rational Application Developer, Eclips Luna
  • Rational Software
A Language learning Laboratory has been established and housed in the Dr. Sree Sivakumar Swamiji Centenary Bhavan for improving communication skills, language skills of our students. The cost of this facility as Rs. 25 Lakhs. with 65 networked computers loaded with self learning software for communication skills, language skills, career development and GRE in an A.C. enviornmnet with headphones for each. One english language teacher is engaged to assist the student in the learning process.
MOUs with Companies
MOUs Signed with Companies Scope of MOUs
M/S. Infosys Technologies, Bangalore
MOU is for the purpose of enriching the technical education process and to jointly work for enhancing the quality of education imparted to students of all the engineering disciplines in the field of information technology. The activities are as follows:
  • Faculty development programmes, campus recruitment, training for students and also sabbatical for faculty members.
M/S. Tata Consultancy Services, Bangalore
The purpose of this agreement is with reference to defining the areas of co-operation benefiting both SIT and TCS. The areas of co-operation are as follows:
  • Workshops for students
  • Faculty development programmes
  • Best student award
  • Best project award
  • Sponsorship of events, technical or social that are mutually beneficial
  • Internship with stipend
M/S. System Consultant Information India Pvt. Ltd.,(Syscon India) Japan
The purpose of this agreement is with reference to defining the areas of co-operation benefiting both SIT and TCS. The areas of co-operation are as follows:
  • Supporting mutual learning programme based on the requirements
  • Exchange of faculty members for training purposes
  • Providing training for Japanese students
  • Campus recruitment and student projects
M/S. ABB, Bangalore
The purpose of this MOU is for establishing an effective industry-institute relationship for mutual benefit as follows:
  • Offering Internships for UG & PG students
  • Collaborative research work in the areas relevant to ABBGISL in the areas of Industrial Communication and software technologies for automation & power systems.
  • ABBGISL will provide sufficient technical support in developing the curriculum and setting of lab for PG courses.
  • Sponsorship of technical events
M/s. SAP, Bangalore, India
The purpose of this MOU is for establishing an effective industry-institute relationship for mutual benefit as follows:
  • Goal of furthering the understanding, use and implementation of SAP software
  • Imparting usage of SAP software to students under UG & PG programmes
M/s. IBM, Bangalore, India
The purpose of this MOU is for establishing an effective industry-institute relationship for mutual benefit as follows:
  • Establishment of IBM Center of Excellence to impart quality education in recent technological advancement of IBM products to UG & PG students under the university norms.
M/s. WIPRO - Mission 10X, Bangalore, India
The purpose of this MOU is for establishing an effective industry-institute relationship for mutual benefit as follows:
  • Setup of Mission 10X Technology Learning Center with a mission to provide advanced training on Embedded Systems & VLSI Technology
  • Providing training & conducting workshops for faculty and students
  • To reduce the technology gap with industry and academia by adopting innovative teaching & learning platform
  • Wipro extends technical support in curriculum development based on industry relevant technological advancement