JKC ACTIVITIES


 

 

 

 

JKC STUDENTS PLACEMENT STATUS 2014-2015


Sl.No  Batch  From To No.of Students Trained  No.of Students Placed
1 I 20.04.2014 19.07.2014 27 03
2 II 22.07.2014 21.10.2014 28 -
3 III 22.10.2014 21.01.2015 40 -


JKC GRAND TEST


Sl.No  Batch  From To No.of Students Trained  No.of Students Placed
1 SPECIAL 01.12.2014 30.01.2015 40 -

JKC GRAND TEST CONTAINS



S.NO TEST MARKS
1 GRAND TEST  75
2 JUST A MINUTE (JAM) 05
3 ROLE PLAY 05
4 GROUP DISCUSSION (GD) 10
5 MOCK INTERVIEW 05


MOCK INTERVIEW: as a part of JKC grand test


MOCK INTERVIEW: Convey strong Knowledge of Self, Knowledge of Industry, and Knowledge of Company. Interviewees should know how to articulate their strengths, experience, and goals. They should be informed about industry standards and issues. They should have done research on the organization’s mission, history, and people.


JAM: AS A PART OF JKC GRAND TEST


JAM: The object of the game is for panellists to talk for sixty seconds on a given subject, "without hesitation, repetition or deviation". The comedy comes from attempts to keep within these rules and the banter among the participants.


ROLE PLAY: AS A PART OF JKC GRAND TEST


ROLE PALY: Role playing provides students with a chance to act out, rather than merely talk about, ways to solve problems effectively. Many students find this to be an enjoyable and instructive supplement to class discussions. It also gives teachers the opportunity to provide students with supervised practice in dealing with "real life" problem situations.


Role playing can be an effective way to help children integrate their social� problem solving skills. Role playing enables students to (a) practice calming down during a problem situation; (b) act out solutions in an effective, cooperative way; (c) observe the consequences of their actions; and (d) practice persistence and overcoming obstacles.


GROUP DISCUSSION:


Discussing in groups of two or more people can be a great way to develop better social and emotional skills in a structured environment.


There are a lot of advantages of a group discussion:


It helps to shed away the shyness of a candidate and brings his viewpoint amidst all.


It stimulates to think in a different, new way.


It helps the candidate in understanding his/ her own strengths and weaknesses.


It acts as an aid in expansion of the knowledge of the participant.


It helps to analyse the social or economic issues more logically.