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Delhi Metropolitan Education (DME), Noida has a placement cell that carries out placement drives on campus and off campus. The objective of DME placement cell is to identify the deserving and qualified professionals to provide them reputed employment opportunities. The college conducts the drives within the institutes wherein corporations select students depending on their knowledge, skills and attitude. The placement cell at DME, Noida comprises a training and placement officer under whom works the students batch coordinator followed by student section coordinator, and assistant section coordinator.
Placement process at DME, Noida starts in September every year. The placement percentage depends upon the flexibility of the recruiters to hire candidates. The Delhi Metropolitan Education (DME), Noida placement process comprises the following steps:
Recruiting companies inform the college about their requirements, Job descriptions, eligibility criteria and the compensation packages they wish to offer.
The placement committee further shares the details with the students
The committed shares the CVs of interested and eligible students to the recruiters
The recruiters then shortlist students based on their criteria
Shortlisted students then will have to go through a selection process which may include Personal interview, Online Assessment, Telephonic interview, Case Discussion, Group Discussion, Language/voice tests and Multiple rounds of Interviews.
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I personally had a bad experience with the placement as due to covid we were not given placements. They real reason is not none but this is what we heard. The senior batches also didn’t get placement as they were the products of pandemic.
It is completely up to you to choose a particular subject as per your interest. Both BA LLB and BBA LLB are five year integrated courses with the eligibility of 10+2 with any subject with minimum 50% marks. In BBA LLB, you will get specialised knowledge about corporate law, acquisitions and mergers while in BA LLB, arts (humanities) subjects are covered in law. So, if you wish to work as a corporate lawyer then you should opt for BBA LLB.
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