From "cgnanij" : Can anyone share the Power point presentation of the pre placement talk. Also clearly explain what is PPT and how it helps in recruitment. Regards cgnanij
10th December 2008 From India, Madras

Pre placement talk is basically a kind of advertisement of ur co., and expalination of the profile and offer you are providing to target candidates.
it is company specific . I got few ppts of some company visited my college for pre placement talk but cannot post it because of the confidentiality
Regards
Sarit
11th December 2008 From India, Thana
Preplacement talks are basically presentation made by the company visiting a campus for recruitment. The presentation is generally made a day before the actual interviews start. The representative talk about the profile of the company, the opportunities with the company, the profile of the positions on offer. The preplacement talk can be made interactive and interesting with fun games and quizzes included. Basically this preplacement talk business will make the student stand up and say.."Hey I want 2 work in this company !! :)
Hope this was useful !!:idea:
11th December 2008 From India, Ranchi
Hi, Can anyone share the Power point presentation of the pre placement talk. Also clearly explain what is PPT and how it helps in recruitment. Regards Ankita
14th February 2009 From India, Delhi
PPT basically aims at making the students understand about the organisation history, merits and improvement factors. As well it should brief them the objective,mission, vision of the organisation.
We should be clear on what we are looking for and what you can compensate with
we shopuld also explain them the process of selection, and the expeted date of selction and expected date of joing
PPT objective is to make us to ustand and we to understand the candidates and also facilitates candidates to choose the organisation of thier sauitability.
Regards
Vijay
16th February 2009
Dear Friend,

There are various sources for recrutiment - like internal reference, recruitment via consultants, advertisement, job postings, campus placements etc.. When a company or firms choose to recruit talent pool or manpower through campus placements the ppt talk or pre-placement talk becomes visible. Preplacement talk is one such presentation done by the representatives of the company during the campus placements programme prior to the selection procedure/interview procedure begins. Generally, the pre-placement is done by the person representing the company preferably by a sr. management person (one from HR and one from Functional department). The contents to be covered in the presentation are - about the company, historical background, board of directors or management of the company, culture & people of the company, the structure/ levels/hierarchy, turnover, products and products line, locations and branches, clients and customers. In specification - Job role and job description of a prospective employee for which the placement talk is held, CTC offered, selection criteria, designation offered, work location, other benefits and facilities provided by the company, career mapping are the aspects covered in the Pre placement talk. One aspect that we have to note is there is no standard format for the presentation and it varies from company to company. The above listed aspects are generally expected int he presentation. An illustrative ppt can be downloaded from google search.

Wishing you all the very best,

Manjula R
Head - Decentralised Office, Bangalore
The Institute of Chartered Accountants of India



campus
26th September 2009
hi ankita, this is rathinakumar from tamilnadu. i can send you a ppt file on preplacement talk if you send me your mail id.. my mobile number is 9894520497
7th October 2010 From India, Tiruppur

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