Placement Drive for Management Students
AuthBridge: Background Verification and Risk Mitigation service provider
A Campus Placement drive for students was organized by the Department of Management on 8th May 2018. AuthBridge, one of India’s Leading Background Verification and Risk Mitigation service provider, conducted the drive inviting applications for summer trainees in the operations department of the company. 38 students from sem 4 participated in the drive and 12 students were selected by the company for summer internships.
Mr Rachit Arora, Head, Workforce Management and Mr Dhruv Ghai, Senior Manager, Operations were welcomed by Director & HOD, Dr. Ravi Kant Swami and faculty members of the department.
The session started with a pre-placement talk by Mr.Ghai ,who gave an in-depth process knowledge of background verification and various sub-verticals. With more than 500 clients across a broad spectrum of industries such as BFSI IT/ITES, Telecom, Manufacturing, E-Commerce giants and Retail; AuthBridge has grown & emerged as a thought-leader, established industry standards and is recognized as the preferred choice for clients for background verification purposes across industries and levels. Empaneled with National Skill Registry, an initiative of NASSCOM, AuthBridge, is also one of the few within the industry to be certified for both ISO:9001 and ISO/IEC 27001:2008 since 2008. Continual improvement, stringent information security practices, robust processes for adhering to Data Privacy and various laws and regulations specific to geographies and industries are part of the organization’s DNA.
The pre-placement talk was followed by various queries by the inquisitive students. This was followed by an online test by the company. It was a 45 minute test of analytical and language skills of students. It was an elimination round which selected 17 out of total 38 students who appeared for the test.In the second and final round, there were one-to-one interviews for the students selected in the first round and subsequently 12 out the 17 students made it for the final selection.
Post the campus drive, the company gave a positive feedback about the campus environment and appreciated the communication skills of students.