The objective of this type of classes are to organize and groom students for campus interview. We execute mock interview, group discussion, Extempore session etc. This type of classes are part of regular schedule.
Group of students are given a advanced topic. They discuss on the topic and prepare a document. It gives the analytical power of a student to increase knowledge about a social phenomena.
This study was conducted to explore the relationships between teachers’ Internet self-efficacy, beliefs about web-based learning and attitudes toward web-based professional development.
Web-based learning provides many additional opportunities aside traditional way of learning.
Web-based learning enables to study more deeply areas of interest.
It encourages exploring material on student’s own and enables to skip over materials already mastered.
Web-based learning supports personalized learning and is self-directed.
It builds self-knowledge and self-confidence.
Through web-learning, students can develop a self-paced training schedule.
Student can access the study material unlimited times.
Student can study their Courses anytime and anywhere.
Web-Learning provides scalability which helps in providing training.
By providing this we help them to know the additional experiment that is related to their syllabus.
Self learning methods are included in daily routine where students are giving opportunities to grow up their attitude and presentable approach where different topic are discussed by the faculty members in order to update students with different socio knowledge and contents. Following are the various modes of self-learning and facilities available in the institute.
Industrial / Field Visit
Student Activities / Mini Projects
Arranging Audio Visual Class for Self Improvement
Encourages students to prepare and present seminars on various current and social issues. Organizes ppt presentations on both technical and non-technical topics for the students.
SIASTM provides a Communication and Soft Skills course for students to impart knowledge on group discussions, interview techniques, body language, presentations, quantitative techniques etc.
Visit organized to the large or small scale industries for the students to bridge the gap.
Internship is mandatory for each student. SIASTM organize 4-6 weeks of internship at the end of each course.
Here are some reasons to organized internship for students...
Apply Theory: Students can apply their theory in a real world environment.
Get a feel for the work environment: By joining a team, student will have a much better understanding of what it’s like working at a particular company and get a clearer idea of the industry itself.
Boost up confidence level: Student will have a much clearer idea of his/her own strengths, weaknesses, likes and dislikes. Most importantly, hands-on experience will give them far more confidence when it comes to job seeking and interviews.
Build Networks: If students distinguish themselves during their internship, they can make life-long connections who can help them find positions, meet clients, or even make recommendations.
Increase Motivation: There’s a big difference between an academic paper and a real world report. Working on real world project gives students extra motivation.
Improve CV: after internship, students can hold up head high and explain what they learned and what responsibilities they had. This will increase the weight of their CV.
Getting a job directly: If students work hard and take initiative, then they may even be offered a position at the company after internship and studies are completed.
Training on Soft Skills
Guest lectured are organized to enhance students soft skills.
Extra Cocurricular Activities
Students and faculty members are actively involved in many extra co-curricular activities like Green Club, NSS ,Cultural Festival, Technical Festival-Renaissance etc.
The "SKY" Club
Joining "SKY" club opens the door for you to building new friendships, enhancing academic life, and exploring career opportunities!
As an active member of "SKY" club, you’ll learn important leadership and management skills as you participate in a variety of programs. This may include planning academic, cultural, arts, or social events, as well as working on various aspects of student publications, participating in sporting events, attending leadership seminars and conferences, and organizing community service projects.