IIMT Placement Cell

The institute has a very proactive placement cell; we believe that placement is a continuous process of understanding and evaluating the students and preparing them for the industry.IIMT aims to provide opportunities to the students, and our students have been resourceful in converting these opportunities or self-sourcing job opportunities for them. The school will provide complete assistance in the students' job search. A dedicated full time placement team is looking after training and placement activities of the institute.

For Training and Placement Activity

Contact: Mrs. Deepti Patnaik
Designation: Professor-in-charge (Training & Placement)
Email: tp@iimt.ac.in
Mobile: 7381067749

Recruitment Process

Recruitment Process of IIMT Bhubaneswar

The recruitment process at the institute is coordinated by placement cell along with a Student Placement Committee. The institute provides all support in terms of infrastructure and facilities needed for the recruitment process.
The recruitment process of the institute follows four stages:

Pre Placement TalkStudent ApplicationsShort ListingInterview Process

Pre-Placement Talks (PPTs)

PPTs provide an opportunity to students and companies to interact and exchange information. A PPT is typically of 30-minute duration during which company elaborate about their organization.The students use this time to assess the organization and opportunities and followed by question answer session.

Students Applications

Based on the company presentation and their individual interest levels, students apply to companies. These can be on company application forms or resumes as per company requirements. The applications are forwarded to the company. The companies are provided sufficient time to evaluate the applications and shortlist suitable candidates.

Short listing

Companies are required to send shortlists to the placement cell at least two days prior to the commencement of final placement interviews. When the companies visit the campus, they can interview the shortlisted candidates and extend job offers to selected ones.

Interview Process

Companies can make job offers after the interviews. Students may accept or decline offers based on the placement rules. Companies are advised to maintain wait-lists in case a student declines an offer. A formal offer letter must be sent to the placement cell within fifteen days of the interview date.