Does Studying In A Government College Is A Mistake? - CiteHR
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First off all its not true about companies not hiring from government colleges, If you are funding any company its not a ethical practice.

Secondly I don't think companies prefer private colleges because today also IIT's and IIM's are the first preferences to companies even you can check all the government medical colleges are still the top performing institutes. But question is why these companies don't prefer to second and third tier of colleges. There are lots of colleges who are completely unidentified and noticed and their alumni's are on top ranks in MNC's and national companies.

Now a days companies hiring's works on two principles'



Either hire the low cost candidates train them and make them as per their requirements.

Or Buy experienced resource from the market.

Focusing on such strategies many private colleges are focusing on skill development along with regular courses. They are approaching the companies and identifying their resource requirement and they prepare and develop their students as per company requirements.

Such type of activity has duel impact firstly companies are getting trained resources and colleges are able to provide employment to their students.

But when we see government colleges they have lots of resources but the only thing is they are lacking in strategical approaches.

Hello Ishikhars,

Many aspects of your situation have been covered by other members.

However, there are a few aspects that need clarity from you before any actionable suggestions can emanate from the members.

1] Could you pl explain what you mean by "Since we cannot provide enough funds to the companies"? Does this mean, like a member mentioned, that you are PAYING the Companies to come to your campus for hiring? NO....repeat NO Company that's professionally managed & looks for the 'right-fit' candidates take money officially or unofficially.

Now IF you mean that you are paying the HR guys to make a favour to your Institution to come for hiring, then better escalate such corruption to the top guys in this Company thru your Principal. I know it happens & wherever it happens, the selected students usually are expected to bear the cost of the payoffs.

2] Reg your remark ".....hesitate to come for recruitment placement process in our college", suggest pl elaborate on why or what makes you think so.

In addition to the aspects/factors mentioned by the other members about Govt vis-a-vis Pvt Colleges, my experience has been that it's THE OTHER WAY ROUND [NOT counting the Top level Private Colleges pl].

In general, as a thumbrule, Govt Colleges have a much better infrastructure in Labs, Faculty, etc. However, the issue here would be the general environment of teaching [labs equipment not working, faculty not serious in teaching but tutoring, etc]. But such situations can always have viable solutions.

However, Pvt Colleges have the problem of insufficient facilities--though whatever are available are in working condition. A case in point for this is: over 300-350 Pvt Engg Colleges are likely to be closed in Jan, 2015 in Telangana State [out of ~600] for THESE VERY REASON(S) on Court Orders. The existing students are likely to be shifted to other Colleges.

3] W.r.t. your request "Please help us with guidance and contacts to the companies"--it would have been better had you mentioned what YOU did to address the problem so far. If you come-out with pointed/specific issues where you got stuck, you are more likely to get actionable suggestions.

With the power of Internet today, it shouldn't be very tough to contact the HR of most Companies today. However you also need to bear in mind that every Company would have their own set of objectives--so when you don't get reply, pl don't make an assumption that NONE wants you. It's just that that particular Company has other/different priorities. Just keep trying with other Companies.

You can also post the details of the branches/specializations, number of students, etc in this very Forum....most of CiteHR members are HR professionals in the Corporate world.

All the Best.



It is just a misconception or rather I say its your perception. As a faculty of Private college i can say govt college is best place to study. fee is very less and there is no extra pressure on students. but in private college there are lots of fees and others charges and fine which are imposed on students for collecting and increasing their capital. private colleges are just doing business nothing else. they are paying very less to faculty and getting take fees from students for placements.
My dear friend you will be surprised to know companies mostly prefer govt college students for hiring because they know top rankers are always in govt colleges.
Rajni Sharma

Hello Ishikhars,
Saw this in today's Economic Times--thought it could be of help.
You only need to work backwards in the respective Portals to reach-out the Companies hiring from Campuses.
Companies get tech help for mass hiring this season - The Economic Times
All the Best.

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